About this webinar - please note
This webinar is only for existing trained mentors who have already completed the training programme with the Association of Anaesthetists - this is not a mentoring course.Joining details will be sent to your preferred email address as soon as you book. if you can't see the email, please look in your junk mail. If you have not received joining details please email email@example.com
As the first wave of the COVID pandemic has passed this may be a time when both yourselves and your colleagues will be reflecting on their experiences and where your mentoring skills can really be used to most effect. Consultants and SAS doctors may be reflecting on their current roles and many trainees will be facing career and training uncertainty following the recent ST3 appointments.
Many of you will have been using your mentoring skills informally over the last 5 months but we felt there is now an opportunity for us to all get together, refresh our skills and think about how we might use mentoring to help ourselves and our colleagues to navigate a changing working environment. This year, we are going to run a virtual meeting which we are inviting you to.
There will be lots of time for questions and discussion. Depending on how many of us book to attend we hope to be able to use Gotomeeting, where we can see each other, or a webinar format where we can see the speakers.
Whether you have very busy mentoring or haven't done much and want to refresh your skills, we'd love to have you with us.
Please ignore questions about access and dietary requirements during the booking process.
Login will be available from 6:45pm, but the broadcast will not start until 7:00 pm. 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.
Organisers: Drs Nancy Redfern and Tei Sheraton
Chair: Dr Nancy RedfernSpeakers
:Gordon French doing a reminder of Egan's model,
Paul Edgar, who is a head of department in Glasgow, talking about how he has used mentoring skills to support colleagues,
Katy Miller and Karen Stacey giving perspectives from a senior trainee and newly appointed consultant
Tei Sheraton talking about supporting her departmental colleagues through a tragic situation