Understanding and dealing with burnout in the NHS

SAS Event Date: 
Monday, 27 September 2021 - 8:30am
General Information: 


Understanding and dealing with burnout in the NHS

27th Sep 21Virtual

Understanding and Dealing with Burnout in the NHS
Burnout is a type of psychological stress. Occupational burnout or job burnout is
characterized by exhaustion, lack of enthusiasm and motivation, feelings of ineffectiveness,
and also may have the dimension of frustration or cynicism, and as a result reduced
efficiency within the work-place. This workshop looks at the symptoms of burnout and
explores some resilience strategies to deal with it in a pro-active way. Practical and interactive,
this workshop allows delegates to discuss in an open and friendly environment some
of their own feelings with like-minded colleagues, and find individual ways to deal with
Measurable Aims: At the end of this programme, the delegate can:
Ø Name 4 reasons why worrying is counter-productive
Ø List 5 signs of burnout and explain each one
Ø Explain 2 differences between stress and burnout
Ø Define and show understanding of 6 ways to deal with burnout
Ø Explain 5 methods to have a work / Life balance
The Programme Includes:
Ø Module 1: What is burnout?
Ø Module 2: Signs of burnout
Ø Module 3: Strategies for dealing with burnout as doctors

In order to book your place on this course, please contact: pgme@elht.nhs.uk


Seminar Room 3, Royal Blackburn Hospital