[Past] Webinar - Building resilience and avoiding burnout
Clinicians today are under more and more pressure, while patient expectations have never been higher. In these circumstances, it’s no surprise that an increasing number of medical professionals are being hit by burnout.
It’s a terrible thing to experience, but burnout also has an impact on your medicolegal risk, and the safety of your patients.
Join Dr Suzy Jordache and Dr David Monaghan for a webinar designed to empower you to identify and manage this very real threat that clinicians face.
By the end of the webinar you will:
- learn more about the evidence around resilience, burnout and risk
- be able to recognise signs of burnout
- appreciate the need to respect individual and organisational resilience
- develop strategies for recovery.
Earn 1 hour of CPD
Dr Suzy Jordache
Senior Medical Educator and Training Lead, Medical Protection and Cognitive Institute
Before she joined us, Suzy was the director of psychological medicine in a not-for-profit UK hospice, and an honorary consultant in palliative medicine in an NHS UK hospital. She has also worked in psychiatry and general practice.
Suzy has published articles on her work in medical journals around the world, and is a regular speaker at national and international conferences.
As global lead trainer for our education team, Suzy has significant expertise and interest in improving safety culture and clinician professionalism. She provides in-house training to hospital staff as part of Cognitive Institute’s Speaking Up for Safety programme.
Suzy is a lead presenter in the clinical communication programme, which is delivered around the world, and other individual intervention programmes to help doctors with professional challenges, including those involving colleagues and patients. She has also designed and delivered education to leaders and teams in the fields of resilience and prevention of professional burnout
Dr David Monaghan
David qualified in dentistry from the University of Manchester, gaining wide experience in maxillofacial surgery before settling into general dental practice.
After holding an associate position in a semirural practice in Cheshire, David opened a practice in the Derbyshire Peak District where he was the principal dentist for 29 years before retiring from clinical practice in 2016.
While still a practice owner he held a number of other roles including Dental practice adviser, clinical tutor and adviser for Health Education England and clinical adviser for a corporate body. David currently works with us as a dentolegal consultant and presents our dental risk management workshops.