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Regional Anaesthetics ‘Survive and Thrive’ Day – Friday 14th June 2019, Postgraduate Medical Centre, John Radcliffe Hospital
With the Professional Support Unit and Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre
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|1||Welcome and Introduction||09:00||SM/HV|
|2||Asking for Help||09:15||RS|
|3||Vulnerability as Strength||09:45||AM|
|LUNCH (45 minutes)||12:15|
|5||Practical Strategies (Lisa Palmer and Rachel Manser, OCTC)||13:00||LP/RM|
|BREAK (15 minutes)|
|6||Practical Strategies (Lisa Palmer and Rachel Manser, OCTC)||LP/RM|
Morning sessions: Know thyself and what can trigger stress
Introduction and Welcome – Dr Sara McDouall, College Tutor and Dr Haido Vlachos, Associate Dean for Professional Support.
Asking for Help – Dr Richard Stevens, Associate Director of PSU
Group Activity- why/when/permission to ask for help; Signposting
Vulnerability as Strength: Dr Abigail Macleod, RBH
Know Thyself – Jenny Gavriel, PSU Coach
Using the Myers Briggs Framework to understand personal preferences and how these relate to your work environment. Exploring positive psychological principles to identify possible strategies to improve well-being.
- MBTI introduction
- VIA- identifying individual strengths
How to survive and thrive using CBT principles and techniques in a challenging environment
Rachel Manser and Lisa Palmer, Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre
Experiential workshop introducing participants to ways of understanding themselves using a CBT model. The workshop will aim to give experiences of learning to recognise and work differently with unhelpful ways of thinking and coping in challenging situations.