C14

C14

  • 11 May 2021

C14: @WellDoctors: How (and why) to build a collaborative trainee wellbeing network in your region.

Session speaker(s):
Dr Edward TC Miles
Dr Layth GB Tameem
Dr Mark O Eveleigh
Dr Rhiannon Ions
Dr WH Lam

Session objectives:

  • Understand the determinants of a well and resilient postgraduate trainee workforce.
  • Apply the GMC’s “ABC” framework to analyse real-world barriers to wellbeing for postgraduate trainees.
  • Explore the role of networked solutions in supporting postgraduate trainee wellbeing and workforce resilience.

Session summary:
We created a collaborative network for supporting trainee wellbeing across HEE South West, facilitating junior doctors to develop their own skills in supervision and support as required by the Generic Professional Capabilities Framework.

Our aim is to share our experiences and encourage similar “@welldoctors” and “@wellMDT” networks across the UK.

Session hosted by:
Health Education England – South West

Session theme:
Core values of medical educators 

Target audience group:
Postgraduates
Managers
Administration
Nurses, midwives and allied health professionals
Policy Makers

Target care sector:
Postgraduate training

C14: @WellDoctors: How (and why) to build a collaborative trainee wellbeing network in your region.

Session speaker(s):
Dr Edward TC Miles
Dr Layth GB Tameem
Dr Mark O Eveleigh
Dr Rhiannon Ions
Dr WH Lam

Session objectives:

Session summary:
We created a collaborative network for supporting trainee wellbeing across HEE South West, facilitating junior doctors to develop their own skills in supervision and support as required by the Generic Professional Capabilities Framework.

Our aim is to share our experiences and encourage similar “@welldoctors” and “@wellMDT” networks across the UK.

Session hosted by:
Health Education England – South West

Session theme:
Core values of medical educators 

Target audience group:
Postgraduates
Managers
Administration
Nurses, midwives and allied health professionals
Policy Makers

Target care sector:
Postgraduate training