Everyone has the potential to grow, thrive, and flourish, regardless of their visible – and invisible – abilities and our perceptions of these.
https://youtu.be/Ub_tnUAds-M In this short coaching session, Dr Amrita Sen Mukherjee shares how you can define your goals in your day-to-day work in primary care and provides top tips on how to stay goal-oriented. This masterclass is brought to you as part of #GPReady.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/uAeJD4e5_Nk?si=W_IUWoK9Y7ktvGX5 In this short coaching session, Dr Amrita Sen Mukherjee (@yourwellbeingdr) discusses imposter syndrome in general practitioners, sharing how you can address, reframe and challenge doubts about your abilities as a GP. This masterclass is brought to you as part of #GPReady.
Returning to work after a period of absence, either by choice or circumstance, can be daunting, but there are ways to make it easier, experts tell Abi Rimmer Ask for what you need Lucy Henshall, GP and founder of Welcome Back to Work (www.welcomebacktowork.co.uk), says, “It could be made so much easier to return to […]
Can you introduce yourself and tell me about your current role? My name is Dr Amrita Sen Mukherjee. I am a portfolio GP, which means that I have a few part time roles and wear different hats. Essentially, I have roles in clinical medicine, leadership, advocacy and medical education. One of my roles is as […]
The wellbeing of our teams is more important than ever. Abi Rimmer asks experts how we can boost our colleagues’ morale
Qualitative studies of the relationship between acquired invisible disability (AcqID) and posttraumatic growth (PTG) are scant, especially in the context of healthcare professionals. This study aimed to explore in-depth accounts of the lived experience of PTG in doctors with AcqID aris-ing from physical illness with cognitive dysfunction.
This pandemic has seen each of us needing to adapt to new ways of living working. What was familiar, in our personal and professional lives, has changed almost overnight. Doctors, of course, are adept to change (after all we have to change jobs, rotas, teams, IT systems, and much more throughout our training), but this level of change is unprecedented and unwanted. Doctors are also used to certainty and to have answers readily to hand.
The resources mentioned by Rachel during the webinar can be found here: shapes-toolkit.mykajabi.com/FLM-webinar-resources-toolkit-signup FMLM is curating and reviewing resources on a daily basis on our Covid-19 support web page: fmlm.ac.uk/support-in-the-time-of-covid-19 You can find out more about Dr Rachel Morris’s work here: shapesfordoctors.com/ And the You Are Not a Frog Podcast: youtube.com/channel/UCyWX729Pi6hPdCYM7laYDEA
This week, Dr Amrita Sen Mukherjee joins us again to share positive psychology concepts that can help us through this pandemic. We talk about individual coping strategies and how better to support our loved ones in these difficult times. Resources Permission to Thrive membership with Caroline Walker: https://www.shapestoolkit.com/permiss… Sign up for the Vortex of Busyness […]