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134230 - Colleagues in difficulty WEBINAR

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A webinar to members of MIPS provided by a Consultant psychiatrist Dr Stephen Jurd on identifying and dealing with colleagues in difficulty. Provided with a power point presentation and Q & A session where participants can submit questions on line. 
Being a healthcare practitioner can be a lonely profession. You often work in isolation and are generally regarded as the leading authority when it comes to your practice. 

Sometimes however, this can run some practitioners into trouble and render them helpless when trying to ask for support. Would you know how to read the signs of a colleague in trouble? Dr Stephen Jurd, a Consultant Psychiatrist, will provide some meaningful tools to assist. 

This webinar is in line with AHPRA requirements and the content for discussion is the expected professional conduct by healthcare practitioners. 

Relevance to General Practice

These issues are particularly relevant to GPs who may not have the support, assistance , supervisors or mentors around them that might occur in a hospital supervised setting

Learning outcomes
  • Identify the problem of colleagues ill health
  • Recognise when a colleague is in difficulty
  • Implement measures in your practice for colleagues to seek assistance with Doctors Advisory Health Services
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    134230 - Colleagues in difficulty WEBINAR
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