The Need For Training
Delivering effective and compassionate care in the frequently overstretched maternity health service draws on professionals’ resilience and resourcefulness.
The day to day pressures of staff shortages, patient complications, and team dynamics, as well as dealing with serious incidences often have detrimental consequences on wellbeing, motivation and job satisfaction, which can result in staff leaving their jobs, sickness and burnout.
Being able to access their resilience and resourcefulness enables professionals to respond appropriately and wisely, to difficult circumstances or situations and maintain their wellbeing and efficiency.
This course offers an experiential understanding of how professionals’ state of mind and their connection with others fuels their resilience and wellbeing.
Aims of the Course
For participants to gain a better understanding of resilience, how to access it in challenging times and how to support colleagues and patients to be in touch with their own resilience.
- Learn how state of mind and social support shapes resilience.
- Raise awareness of how thought creates experience and influences outcomes.
- Expand capacity to perform at peak potential even in complex and stressful environments.
- Understand resilience from both a personal and team/group perspective.
- Review how personal thinking and behaviour might influence resilience.
- Integrate the learning with relevant key objectives of the NHS.