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6
Oct
2023
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10
Nov
2023

Self-Compassion For Healthcare Communities (SCHC)

Self Compassion for Healthcare Communities (SCHC) - A 6 Week Programme
 
Self-care is not selfish. Learn how to care for yourself through mindful self-awareness & emotional regulation.
 
SCHC is a 6-session evidence-based healthcare adaptation of Mindful Self-Compassion, the empirically supported programme of Dr. Kristin Neff at UT Austin and Dr. Chris Germer at Harvard Medical School.
 
This training aims to improve wellbeing and personal resilience in healthcare professionals by teaching mindful self-compassion skills to deal with distressing emotional situations as they occur at work and at home.


Public,General Practitioners,Other Healthcare Professionals
5pm to 6:30pm
Zoom
$300 (excl. GST)
16
Nov
2023
TO
17
Nov
2023

Introduction to Supervisory Skills: Motivating for Peak Performance

Introduction to Supervisory Skills: Motivating for Peak Performance


"Leadership is defined by results, not attributes." - Peter Drucker

We encourage all, especially Senior Executive Assistants, Service Team Leaders, Supervisors, Senior Patient Associates, and Staff Nurses to sign up!

What you will learn:

- What your impact on others are, and how you can set your team up for success!
- How to communicate expectations in a clear and concise manner
- How to adapt different communication styles to each team member
- How to support your team and help them achieve their goals
- How to evaluate performances, identify learning needs and provide appropriate feedback to your team Motivational tools to align members with goals to produce sustainable results


Public,General Practitioners,Other Healthcare Professionals
9am - 5am
Centre for Innovation in Healthcare (CIH), Block 29, Level 2, 378 Alexandra Road, Alexandra Hospital S(159964)
$635 (excluding GST)
18
Oct
2023
TO
7
Dec
2023

Cognitive Orientation to daily Occupational Performance (CO-OP) – The Basic and Consolidation

CO-OP (The Basic)
For Occupational therapists who have no prior experience in CO-OP, CO-OP is an evidence-based treatment approach that has been researched extensively with many client populations, including developmental coordination disorder (DCD), stroke, traumatic brain injury (TBI), cerebral palsy (CP) and autism.


By joining this workshop, you will learn the 7 key features of CO-OP Approach. Therapists who have knowledge of the CO-OP approach will be able to efficiently utilise cognitive strategies to improve motor performance and functional skills in their patients, thus performing patient-centred practice and improve patient care and satisfaction.

CO-OP (Consolidation)
The Consolidation, taken only AFTER the Basic, builds on the knowledge and practice competencies gained in the Basic course, so participants can apply CO-OP in their practice context at a competent level.

For the Basic, participants can only apply CO-OP in an evidence-based manner at a beginner level.


Public,General Practitioners,Other Healthcare Professionals
8.45am - 5pm
Alexandra Hospital, Centre for Innovation in Healthcare (CIH) Address: Block 29, Level 2, 378 Alexandra Road, S(159964)
See Poster for details

 

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