111471 - My job, my career - How to deal with challenges WEBINAR
- : Online
A webinar for MIPS members presented by Dr Jo Hely. Bottlenecks in the system and increased competition for training places, create concerns for junior doctors about career prospects and puts added pressure on making an early decision. Making the right choices means a considered and resolute approach. How do you put yourself in the best possible position to achieve your goals? And how do you manage the effects of stress, fatigue, exams and even unprofessional behaviour from colleagues? It's vital that you take care of your own health and wellbeing to ensure your career does not hit any bumps in the road. Dr Jo Hely will provide her insights from 30 years of clinical training and junior doctor education, involvement with practitioner regulators and as a MIPS Clinico-Legal Adviser.
Relevance to General Practice
Many junior doctors may be considering a career in general practice. They may be about to apply for positions. Many existing general practitioners will be training registrars or the may have them in their practice. It is important for all to understand some of the problem issues that may arise
- Identify some of the potential issues of concern for junior doctors
- Implement strategies to put yourself in the best position to achieve your goals
- Recognise appropriate work life balance behaviour