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Key Details

Date

available on 29th March

Location

Webinar
Online Online
Online

Fees

Members £0
Trainee members £0
non Members £0

Programme

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About this webinar

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.  It will be provided free to access to all by the Association of Anaesthetists - register now.

You will be emailed the recording automatically as soon as you book.  During the booking process you must accept the notional date in April - please do not worry about this, you will receive the recording as soon as it is available.

Please check your junk mail if you do not see the email in your inbox.

Please ignore questions about access and dietary requirements during the booking process. Please ensure the email we have for you is correct, as this is where the link will be sent.

You can log in from the comfort of your own home, your office, or any where else that is convenient. All you need is a decent internet connection and a quiet room. If you are unable to attend live do not worry, you will be automatically sent the recording 24 hours after the webinar whether you attend or not.

Organiser - Prof Bill Fawcett
Chair - Dr Tei Sheraton

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