About this webinar
This webinar may become oversubscribed - if you want to receive the recording but are not going to attend live please use this link to book the recording - the link will be automatically sent to you on the 29th of March.
if you try to book the webinar but it is full, please use this link to book the recording, which will be sent to you automatically on the 29th if you book now
This is the third in our free weekly seminars related to COVID-19 and will focus on the theme of wellbeing for frontline carers, for both Consultants and trainees. We have some great lectures to support you at this very stressful time, including Maximising your performance, Problems with PPE and supporting colleagues, a Psychologist’s perspective and the the Trainees' perspective, Surviving COVID-19: an inside story and COVID-19: Lessons from the UK frontline.
We have a number of renowned speakers including Dr Clare Gerada who has recovered from COVID-19 and an update from a South London ICU who are experiencing the first UK surge in COVID-19 patients. We hope to address trainee concerns and provide support for those of us who have natural concerns not only for our patients, but for ourselves and our families as we deliver frontline clinical care.
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Organisers: Prof Bill Fawcett, Chair of Education, Association of Anaesthetists, Dr Tei Sheraton, Association of Anaesthetists
Chair: Dr Tei Sheraton, Association of Anaesthetists
Dr Mark Stacey - Maximise your day
Tracey Williams - Problems with PPE and supporting colleagues
Dr Adrian Neal - A Psychologist’s perspective in supporting wellbeing in the COVID crisis
Dr Lucy Powell - The Trainees' Perspective
Dr Clare Gerada MBE - Surviving COVID-19: an inside story
Dr Richard Breeze - COVID-19: Lessons from the UK frontline