Lecturer practitioner Andrew Bagnall conducts a study day
Developing Personal Resilience: When The Going Gets Tough

09am - Tuesday 18th September 2018, at Compton Care Learning and Development Centre

Aim:

The one-day workshop explores the key sources of resilience and helps develop insight into your own strengths and weaknesses. During the day we will support you to develop the necessary skills, strategies and insights to bolster your mental, emotional and physical resilience.

Individuals working in palliative and end of life care face many unique stresses and challenges in their work. Whilst stress in itself is not always a bad thing – as it can be used to motivate us to achieve our goals, for example – when it reaches a level where it interferes with our everyday functioning it may lead to mental health problems, impact on our work, on our relationships and on the quality of care we provide.

Ensuring that we are able to identify various stressors and develop ways to cope effectively with these is essential to our physical and mental health. We need to be emotionally resilient, making sure that we care for ourselves and our colleagues first. After all, if we do not care for ourselves, how can we care for our patients and their families?

Target Audience:

All those working in palliative and end of life care and/or other areas of care. It is particularly suited to those directly involved in patient care/family support.

What people have said about this workshop:

‘It was extremely useful for my practice and for life in general, thank you!’
‘I really enjoyed this day and will encourage the rest of my team to come’
‘Very informative and a great vibe during the day’

Resilience can sometimes be thought of like a spring. Up to a certain point you can pull a spring apart (put it under stress)
and it will return to exactly its original shape once the pressure has been removed. But, pull too far apart and the spring
becomes bent out of shape, loses its resilience, and no longer has the capacity to return to its former state.

Emotional resilience refers to an ability to effectively cope with stressful situations or crises. It’s not a quality we either do or
don’t possess. With support and effort, our emotional resilience can be developed.

In 2017 100% of delegates rated this workshop as excellent / very good

Cost:

£40.00 (incl. all refreshments and buffet lunch)

Venue:

Compton Care Learning and Development Centre
The Cedars
39 Compton Road West
Wolverhampton
WV3 9DW

Download the study day flyer here.



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Add to Calendar 2018-09-18 09:30:00 2018-09-18 16:30:00 United Kingdom/London Developing Personal Resilience: When The Going Gets Tough

Aim:

The one-day workshop explores the key sources of resilience and helps develop insight into your own strengths and weaknesses. During the day we will support you to develop the necessary skills, strategies and insights to bolster your mental, emotional and physical resilience.

Individuals working in palliative and end of life care face many unique stresses and challenges in their work. Whilst stress in itself is not always a bad thing – as it can be used to motivate us to achieve our goals, for example – when it reaches a level where it interferes with our everyday functioning it may lead to mental health problems, impact on our work, on our relationships and on the quality of care we provide.

Ensuring that we are able to identify various stressors and develop ways to cope effectively with these is essential to our physical and mental health. We need to be emotionally resilient, making sure that we care for ourselves and our colleagues first. After all, if we do not care for ourselves, how can we care for our patients and their families?

Target Audience:

All those working in palliative and end of life care and/or other areas of care. It is particularly suited to those directly involved in patient care/family support.

What people have said about this workshop:

‘It was extremely useful for my practice and for life in general, thank you!’
‘I really enjoyed this day and will encourage the rest of my team to come’
‘Very informative and a great vibe during the day’

Resilience can sometimes be thought of like a spring. Up to a certain point you can pull a spring apart (put it under stress)
and it will return to exactly its original shape once the pressure has been removed. But, pull too far apart and the spring
becomes bent out of shape, loses its resilience, and no longer has the capacity to return to its former state.

Emotional resilience refers to an ability to effectively cope with stressful situations or crises. It’s not a quality we either do or
don’t possess. With support and effort, our emotional resilience can be developed.

In 2017 100% of delegates rated this workshop as excellent / very good

Cost:

£40.00 (incl. all refreshments and buffet lunch)

Venue:

Compton Care Learning and Development Centre
The Cedars
39 Compton Road West
Wolverhampton
WV3 9DW

Download the study day flyer here.

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