Caring For The Carers

Great start to the event series of MedALL's "Caring For The Carers" on 24th November

2nd December 2020

Armstrong Medical was pleased to support MedAll with the first ‘Caring For The Carers’ virtual event in November 2020.

Guest speakers Dr Linda-Jane Mottram, Professor Elie Azoula and Dr Stephen Hearns provided over 300 delegates with an insight into the scale of burnout and fatigue amongst healthcare staff and the impact of this. Delegates also heard practical and supportive advice on fostering a working environment that safeguards and prioritises the psychological wellbeing of staff.

Our Armstrong Medical Virtual Training Studio with live product demonstrations was available during the evening to answer any questions about equipment and provide user support.

“Supporting MedAll with the Caring For The Carers programme is a small token of thanks to our many healthcare workers at this difficult time. A big thank you to our speakers and to all those that took the time to join us for interactive training in our Virtual Training Studio.” Nigel Armstrong, Sales & Marketing Director

 

 

Register now for Part 2 on 15th December

Find all details and the registration link on our event page for “Caring For The Carers“.

Speakers are already confirmed.

Speakers of Part 1

Prof Elie Azoulay

“COVID-19: an additional risk factor for clinicians’ burnout”

  • Prof of Medicine, Speciality Pulmonary Medicine and Critical Care
  • Author of the Annals of Intensive Care paper reporting the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine survey: “Symptoms of burnout in intensive care unit specialists facing the COVID-19 outbreak”
  • Director of Medical-ICU, Saint-Louis Teaching Hospital, Paris

Symptoms of burnout in intensive care unit specialists facing the COVID-19 outbreak.

Elie Azoulay et al. Read the full paper.

 

Dr Linda-Jayne Mottram

“People of the Pandemic: creating a culture of caring”

  • Consultant in Critical Care & Anaesthesia
  • Author of “Managing ICU staff welfare, morale, and burnout” in Oxford Textbook of Critical Care
  • Thoracic anaesthesia & trauma enthusiast

Dr Stephen Hearns

“Fatigue and cognitive performance”

  • Consultant in Emergency Medicine
  • Lead Consultant for Scotland’s Emergency Medical Retrieval Service
  • Author of “Peak Performance Under Pressure”

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