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Recorded webinar: Caring for Colleagues in the Time of COVID-19 (SG,MY&HK)

  • Dates: 02 – 02 Jun, 2020

Date recorded: Tuesday 2 June 2020
Suitable for:
Medical Protection members in Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia

The COVID-19 pandemic has placed enormous strain on medical practitioners. New ways of working have been required and practitioners have had to juggle constraints on time, personnel and resources. More than ever, Medical Protection believes it is critical to support members to sustain high performance by caring for colleagues and team members during this period of significant risk.

 Risk Prevention and Cognitive Institute Senior Medical Educator, Dr Lynne McKinlay shares practical, evidence-based strategies to care for colleagues during this unprecedented time in our professional lives. This is the second recording in Medical Protection’s series of two webinars focussed on sustaining mental and physical wellbeing during COVID-19 and beyond.

Whether it be how you can advocate for, or contribute to, sustaining high team performance as a doctor and/or medical leader, this webinar provides the opportunity to hear from an experienced medical leader who has a deep understanding of clinical risk management and sustaining safety cultures. Learn how you can protect your patients, yourself and your colleagues in this time of crisis.

This event was specifically designed by experts to support Medical Protection members who work in or lead teams.

Webinar objectives
  • Understand how you can contribute to building psychological safety and wellbeing among your colleagues and team members.

  • Explore the important contribution that attending to the needs of those you work with makes to your own wellbeing in times of great uncertainty and challenge.

  • Gain an understanding of the Cognitive Institute’s RapidCheckTM team briefing and debriefing model designed to transfer new understandings and learnings into greater physical and psychological safety for you and those you work with.

  • Examine strategies for building a community at work and supporting others to overcome loneliness and isolation.

Speaker

Dr Lynne McKinlay is a Senior Medical Educator at Cognitive Institute, a subsidiary of the Medical Protection Society. Dr McKinlay is Medical Director, Learning and Workforce, at Children’s Health Queensland, Brisbane, Australia and practises as a specialist in paediatric rehabilitation medicine. Dr McKinlay has a special interest in clinician wellbeing and her research draws on training with Dr Tait Shanafelt at the Stanford Medicine WellMD Center.

Dr McKinlay holds the position of senior lecturer with the School of Medicine, University of Queensland, Australia and was the founding clinical director of the Queensland Cerebral Palsy and Rehabilitation Research Centre in the Faculty of Medicine at The University of Queensland.

In 2015 Dr McKinlay received the Children’s Health Queensland Australia Day Achievement Award for leadership and was a recipient of the Queensland Health Staff Excellence Silver Award for Leadership in 2004. She was a Churchill Fellow in 2002, investigating paediatric rehabilitation systems of care in North America, with this knowledge guiding ongoing development of the paediatric rehabilitation services in Queensland.

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