Welcome to the Resources section of the website. Here you will find a collection of documents, websites, articles, books, presentations and videos relating to Careers, Educator Development and Medical Leadership.
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Thank you for attending our conference, we hope you enjoyed the day and benefited from the experience.
Available below are content and resources from the conference, please keep checking this page as we have more to add.
Workshop H, David McDonnell - An introduction to Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and its use in education, did not have a presentation, but for further reading, please visit www.nlphealthcare.wixsite.com/nlphealthcare
Dr Jane Mamelok, Deputy Dean for Primary Medical Care and Public Health, attended and presented at the 17th Ottawa Conference on 19th - 23rd March 2016 in Perth, Western Australia.
This report lays out the key learning from the event.
On Friday 4th March 2016 the 6th Annual North West Medical Leadership conference took place at the Macron Stadium in snowy Bolton. Resources from the day include the brochure, videos of the speakers and presentations from the workshops.
Professor Jacky Hayden
Dean of Postgraduate Medical Studies, Health Education England (North West)
Brigadier Kevin Beaton
Board Member, NHS Staff College
Professor Elaine Fox
Below is our list of the most important books in the literature of the consultation. However it is a very personal list and you will not need to have read a single word of any of these to gain value form the course.
We all need resilience in our clinical work. There is increasing evidence that this is something we can learn and develop. The links provided within this section provide a range of resources - books, YouTube vidoes and articles. They also include an on-line questionnaire that helps you assess your own resilience, and give you ideas on how to develop your resilience further.
We suggest you browse through the resources listed to see what appeals to you.
Dr Rebecca Baron, Associate Postgraduate Dean for GP at Health Education England (North West Office) presented an overview of leadership at the North West Medical Leadership School meeting in December 2015. The presentation also includes some recommended resources.
The HEE NW Associate Deans (ADs) are able to provide educational support in the following areas via a range of interventions i.e. workshops, presentations, lectures, etc. Some of these are available on a personal basis; others may be prepared by a Lead AD but delivered via other ADs.
Barbara Fredrickson is an America Professor of Psychology at North Carolina. She has written extensively on positive emotions and links with resilience, and worked with Marcel Losado on the Losado ration. She has developed the broaden and build theory of positive emotions.
Barbara's book Positivity looks at
- Why positivity is more important than happiness
- How it relieves depression, broadens minds, and builds lives
- How to tap into your own sources of positivity