A2

A2

  • 11 May 2021

A2: Designing and delivering evidenced-based interventions to support doctors’ transitions and wellbeing during and beyond COVID-19 

Session objectives:

  • 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           

Session summary:
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)

Session theme:
Educational research and scholarship

Target audience group:
Postgraduates
Managers
Administration
Academics
Researchers
Policy Makers
Clinicians

Target care sector:
Workforce wellbeing

A2: Designing and delivering evidenced-based interventions to support doctors’ transitions and wellbeing during and beyond COVID-19 

Session objectives:

Session summary:
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)

Session theme:
Educational research and scholarship

Target audience group:
Postgraduates
Managers
Administration
Academics
Researchers
Policy Makers
Clinicians

Target care sector:
Workforce wellbeing