Article

Error message

  • The file could not be created.
  • The file could not be created.

Annual North West Postgraduate Medical & Dental - Education & Leadership Conference, 21st September 2018 | Haydock Racecourse

 

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

Key Communication Skills

Article written by Peter Maguire & Cathryn Pitcealthy, published in the BMJ 28th September 2002 examines key communication skills required to be an outstanding communicator:  

"Good doctors communicate effectively with patients—they identify patients' problems more accurately, and patients are more satisfied with the care they receive. But what are the necessary communication skills and how can doctors acquire them?"



Teaching on the Run Tips - Series

Concise and fabulous - written for teachers in the front line - the 14 tips cover a wide range of clinical teaching topics.

The tips incorporate educational theory, practical information and ideas for implementation. Each topic is of high interest to doctors who are teaching in their practice.

Coaching Self & Others

Wiritten and shared by Dr Steve Baldes (for EPI) this document series examines the Coaching spectrum and delivers sample OSKAR and exemplar conversation techniques. 

An Introduction to the Resilience Resources

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.

Building Physician Resilience

Published in Canadian Family Physician. 2008 May; 54(5): 722-729

The objective of this study was to explore the dimensions of family physician resilience.  The study was carried out in Ontario, Canada and four main aspects of physician resilience were identified: