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Discussion of the psychological impact of incidents at work, the “debriefing” evidence base, and how to offer a peer response in the immediate and short term aftermath following clinical events at work. Chair: Dr Julie Highfield Speakers: Dr Fiona Kelly, Dr Sara-Catrin Cook

When: June 8, 2022
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Our FUSIC (Focused Ultrasound for Intensive Care) team will be delivering our advanced ultrasound course for intensive care, designed to take your ultrasound skills to the next level.

When: June 28, 2022
Where: Belfast
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This workshop will offer the very best in terms of speakers, practices and equipment to any clinician hoping for new skills or refreshing existing ones.

When: June 28, 2022
Where: Belfast
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This course is about stress awareness for managers. You’ll learn how to recognise stress in staff you manage and respond quickly and effectively. Up to 30 places will be available for each session.

When: July 7, 2022
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To coincide with FICM exams, psychologist Oonagh Duffy will take you through some self-management techniques to enable you to ride the wave of exam stress.

When: August 12, 2022
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This module will help you think about engaging patients in acute rehabilitation on the ICU, and how to work together as a team to ensure patient wellbeing.

When: September 8, 2022
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As part of suicide awareness week, we will discuss the difficult topic of suicide, with accounts of teams who have been directly impacted, and advice for psychological first aid through the launch of our suicide first aid kit. Chair: Dr Julie Highfield Speakers: TBC

When: September 9, 2022
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Teamwork makes the dream work - what does that look like in practice? In this session, we’ll be presenting the evidence base from psychology for understanding what is happening in your team when they are under stress, and how we can use team working to promote better places to work.

When: September 15, 2022
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We all know we should take better care of ourselves, but do we understand the psychological mechanisms behind it? In this course your knowledge of how you respond to stresses at work will become clearer and taking the right actions for you to improve how you manage stress at work.

When: September 22, 2022
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Intensive Care is perhaps the last remaining discipline where staff have to manage diseases of all systems: from liver failure to drug overdose, from PE to HIV, from SLE to SBE.  It is about the diagnosis and management of complex medical conditions rather than just organ support.

When: September 28, 2022
Where: London
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Intensive Care is perhaps the last remaining discipline where staff have to manage diseases of all systems: from liver failure to drug overdose, from PE to HIV, from SLE to SBE.  It is about the diagnosis and management of complex medical conditions rather than just organ support.

When: September 28, 2022
Where: London
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This course is about helping you prevent burnout and reconnect with your core purpose at work. It tackles the problems of burnout and disengagement. Up to 30 places will be available for each session.

When: October 6, 2022
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Led by Debbie Horner (Bradford) and Katie Cranfield (Newcastle), the day will consist of a combination of the current key issues of maternal medicine, critical care medicine and organisational updates.

When: October 13, 2022
Where: London
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Debbie Horner and Katie Cranfield will lead the day's discussions on current issues in maternal medicine, critical care medicine and organisational updates.

When: October 13, 2022
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A teaching and reflection session, where a psychologist will guide you through some reflective exercises as individuals and as a group.

When: October 19, 2022
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This course is about stress awareness for managers. You’ll learn how to recognise stress in staff you manage and respond quickly and effectively. Up to 30 places will be available for each session.

When: October 20, 2022
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Following on from the June webinar, this is a teaching session to recap on the theory of the TIM Tool, but also practising the skills of hot debriefing a little more.  We will also discuss how to encourage the team to reflect.

When: November 4, 2022
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This study day will examine how to deliver improvements in rehabilitation that will improve speed their recovery from the Intensive Care unit through to home. Led by Dr Paul Twose, a consultant therapist working with critical care at Cardiff and Vale UHB, and Dr Zudin Puthucheary, Barts and the London.

When: November 9, 2022
Where: London
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This study day will examine how to deliver improvements in rehabilitation that will improve speed their recovery from the Intensive Care unit through to home. Led by Dr Paul Twose, a consultant therapist working with critical care at Cardiff and Vale UHB, and Dr Zudin Puthucheary, Barts and the London.

When: November 9, 2022
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This module will help you think about engaging patients in acute rehabilitation on the ICU, and how to work together as a team to ensure patient wellbeing.

When: November 10, 2022
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We all know we should take better care of ourselves, but do we understand the psychological mechanisms behind it? In this course your knowledge of how you respond to stresses at work will become clearer and taking the right actions for you to improve how you manage stress at work.

When: November 17, 2022
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Doctors, Families & the Courts Dr Dan Harvey, Consultant & Hon Associate Professor of Intensive Care Medicine at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust will chair this study day examining the relationship between the ICU, families and the courts.

When: November 24, 2022
Where: London
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Doctors, Families & the Courts Dr Dan Harvey, Consultant & Hon Associate Professor of Intensive Care Medicine at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust will chair this study day examining the relationship between the ICU, families and the courts. Discussions will include the role of the coroner, what we've learnt in the last few years of having medical examiners, and medical negligence.

When: November 24, 2022
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A multi-disciplinary study day, with planned talks by dieticians, sports scientists and geneticists as well as clinicians.

When: December 8, 2022
Where: Birmingham
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A multi-disciplinary study day, with planned talks by dieticians, sports scientists and geneticists as well as clinicians.

When: December 8, 2022