A2: Designing and delivering evidenced-based interventions to support doctors’ transitions and wellbeing during and beyond COVID-19
Dr Lisi Gordon
Dr Anita Laidlaw
Professor Lindsey Pope
Dr Kim Walker
- Understand and discuss the multiple transitions that doctors experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic and their impact on doctors’ wellbeing
- Discuss and reflect on the rapid, rigorous and resourced intervention development framework used to support doctors’ wellbeing.
- Consider the evidence-based interventions that have been developed and how they may be implemented in their own workplace
Findings from the Scottish Doctors Wellbeing study will be presented and discussed. This study developed evidence-based interventions to support doctors’ wellbeing and resilience for transitions during and beyond COVID-19. Lessons learned from this session will be relevant to individuals, teams, organisations and policy makers interested in supporting the healthcare workforce.
Session hosted by:
Scottish Medical Education Research Consortium (SMERC)
Educational research and scholarship
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