Wellbeing events

Due to COVID-19 all wellbeing events have been postponed until the end of June. We are working to create online wellbeing resources for anyone to access.

 

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7th South London LCARM Forum - Retention and returning to GP NHS work

The South London Faculty of RCGP would like to invite later career and retired GPs who may or may not be members of the College to a 7th virtual meeting which is part of a series of get-togethers for our local colleagues at this stage of their careers. Our guest speaker will be Dr Kheelna Bavalia, GP and Deputy Medical Director, London Region, NHSE&I. She will give a brief presentation and share national thinking and regional priorities around GP workforce. Join us today.

Start date20/01/2021
Time18:30
Duration1 hours 15 minutes

Emergencies in Palliative and End of Life Care

Events can move fast as patients approach the end of their lives and clinical emergencies commonly arise. This interactive session will address the management of: major haemorrhage, terminal events in motor neurone disease, choking, spinal cord compression, superior vena cava obstruction and hypercalcaemia.

Start date20/01/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Yoga for GPs - 2 of 5

It is always important for us to take the time to look after ourselves physically and mentally, but it is even more paramount at times like these. Yoga is a simple practice where we focus on physical and mental stillness to reduce stress and increase flexibility and should help you unwind. Join us and allow our experienced Yoga teacher, Roessa Marks to guide you through a yoga class designed specifically with GPs in mind. There will be options to suit both absolute beginners and those who have been practicing longer. The class will start with a brief introduction to yoga with an emphasis on benefits to health and wellbeing. The class with be a multi-level 60 minute class - all levels are welcome!

Start date21/01/2021
Time19:30
Duration1 hours 15 minutes

South London EASE: Mental Health in children and young adults

The South London Faculty of RCGP would like to invite all Trainees, First5s, mid career and later career GPs to attend our first of 2021 FREE EASE talks on Mental Health in children and young adults with two great speakers, Dr Rani Samuel and Dr Sulagna Chakrabarti who are Consultant Paediatric Liaison Psychiatrists from South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust. Focus of the talk will be: depression in children and young adults and deliberate Self Harm in children and young adults. Join us today.

Start date22/01/2021
Time18:30
Duration1 hours

SW Thames Pilates

The SW Thames Faculty are pleased to announce our new upcoming series of 4 sessions focused on your wellbeing through Pilates classes hosted by our education lead Dr Sam Samaratunga who will introduce our Pilates instructor - Sharon Ayre. There are limited spaces, so book your space today!

Start date28/01/2021
Time18:45
Duration1 hours

VoT Balint Society Taster Event

Interested in the benefits of Balint? Discover how a Balint group might boost your enthusiasm, top up your empathy and refresh your practice.

Start date28/01/2021
Time19:30
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Yoga for GPs - 3 of 5

It is always important for us to take the time to look after ourselves physically and mentally, but it is even more paramount at times like these. Yoga is a simple practice where we focus on physical and mental stillness to reduce stress and increase flexibility and should help you unwind. Join us and allow our experienced Yoga teacher, Roessa Marks to guide you through a yoga class designed specifically with GPs in mind. There will be options to suit both absolute beginners and those who have been practicing longer. The class will start with a brief introduction to yoga with an emphasis on benefits to health and wellbeing. The class with be a multi-level 60 minute class - all levels are welcome!

Start date28/01/2021
Time19:30
Duration1 hours 15 minutes

Yoga for GPs - 4 of 5

It is always important for us to take the time to look after ourselves physically and mentally, but it is even more paramount at times like these. Yoga is a simple practice where we focus on physical and mental stillness to reduce stress and increase flexibility and should help you unwind. Join us and allow our experienced Yoga teacher, Roessa Marks to guide you through a yoga class designed specifically with GPs in mind. There will be options to suit both absolute beginners and those who have been practicing longer. The class will start with a brief introduction to yoga with an emphasis on benefits to health and wellbeing. The class with be a multi-level 60 minute class - all levels are welcome!

Start date04/02/2021
Time19:30
Duration1 hours 15 minutes

Yoga for GPs - 5 of 5

It is always important for us to take the time to look after ourselves physically and mentally, but it is even more paramount at times like these. Yoga is a simple practice where we focus on physical and mental stillness to reduce stress and increase flexibility and should help you unwind. Join us and allow our experienced Yoga teacher, Roessa Marks to guide you through a yoga class designed specifically with GPs in mind. There will be options to suit both absolute beginners and those who have been practicing longer. The class will start with a brief introduction to yoga with an emphasis on benefits to health and wellbeing. The class with be a multi-level 60 minute class - all levels are welcome!

Start date11/02/2021
Time19:30
Duration1 hours 15 minutes

Management of Gastrointestinal Symptoms in Palliative and End of Life Care

Nausea, vomiting, constipation and bowel obstruction commonly occur as people approach the end of their lives and are sources of considerable distress. This interactive session will outline a stepwise approach to the diagnosis and management of these symptoms

Start date23/02/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

RCGP South West - How to beat burnout in the new ways of working in Primary Care

A masterclass for GPs and primary care teams under pressure. Are you a GP or healthcare professional who wants to thrive at work, feel calm, competent & love what you do again? Do the new ways of working following COVID-19, the workload & long hours make you feel overwhelmed? Is it possible to do a great job under so much pressure? We believe GPs & their teams should be able to THRIVE at work! We will introduce you to a simple yet powerful set of tools that will help you do just that. Come to our masterclass & find out how the Shapes Toolkit can help you beat stress, increase your wellbeing & productivity & take back control of your work life. Run by Dr Rachel Morris, GP, Coach, host of the You Are Not A Frog podcast and creator of the Shapes Toolkit. www.shapestoolkit.com

Start date24/02/2021
Time19:30
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Pilates Classes NI

Enjoy the opportunity to take part in a block of three online Pilates classes.

Start date24/02/2021
Time19:00
Duration14 days 1 hours

Finance for First5 GPs

Severn Faculty RCGP would like to invite all First5 members to an informal evening event taking place on the evening of the 2nd March 2021 - 19:30 - 21:00 This event is a Finance for First5's evening, designed to give invaluable tips on making the most of your finances, including talks from a medical accountant and financial advisor. Our guest speakers are Rickie Kovacs from Wesleyan and from Lisa Parks, MW Medical (Albert Goodman). This event is Free to RCGP Members and just £30 for non RCGP Members

Start date02/03/2021
Time19:30
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Management of Respiratory Symptoms in Palliative and End of Life Care

Cough, breathlessness and terminal secretions can be challenging to control when patients are approaching the end of their lives. This interactive session will set out an approach to the causes and management of these symptoms that are commonly troubling to patients and their loved ones

Start date23/03/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Thrive in Retirement - South West

Tamar, Severn and Wessex Faculties would like to invite all members nearing retirement to an informative half day event. The event will have some CPD content as well as practical advice from a retired GP, financial advice from accountants and advice on how to mentally prepare for retirement from well known psychologist.

Start date24/03/2021
Time10:30
Duration4 hours

Management of Pain in Palliative and End of Life Care

Pain is one of the most feared symptoms in incurable cancer and is commonly experienced by patients with both malignant and non-malignant disease as the end of life approaches. This interactive session will address concerns that patients and family members frequently have concerning the use of opioids: addiction, tolerance, side-effects, stigma and shortening of life. It will outline an approach to the management of pain that can be transferred beyond Palliative and End of Life Care.

Start date22/04/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

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