BASICS Insights: Mangaing the Emotional Load of Pre-Hospital Care

We are delighted to hear from Esther Murray, health psychologist specialising in moral injury in Emergency and Pre-hospital Care and the psychological wellbeing of healthcare professionals. This is a must for any healthcare professional at every stage of your career. Come and learn tools to managing the enormous emotional pressure and toll that the pre-hospital environment creates for every healthcare professional. 

The workshop will consist of a short talk followed by a time for Q&A so that you can ask Esther any questions you might have.

Want to find out a bit more about Esther?

Esther teaches health psychology on the MBBS and Certificate in Clinical Foundation Studies at QM, and is lead for the iBSc in Medical Education. She also teaches research methods in medical education at undergraduate and postgraduate level.  She is co-lead for Problem Based Learning in the medical school, along with her colleague Dr Nandini Hayes. She is an experienced Senior Tutor and MedPro Supervisor.

Esther has been a health psychologist for 15 years and lead an MSc Health Psychology and was co-director of a Doctorate in Health Psychology at London Metropolitan University from 2007 to 2015. She is on the Register of Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors with the British Psychological Society. Prior to working in academia she worked in cardiac care both in service improvement and psychological interventions for patients.  Her early research was in chronic pain and its effect on doctor-patient communication. Esther has previous experience in psychological intervention in cardiac care and training NHS staff in communication skills.

Her current interest is in moral injury and  the psychological wellbeing of healthcare professionals.  She regularly speaks at national and international conferences and delivers workshops on these topics.

Please note that booking closes at 6.30pm on the evening of the event.

When
September 17th, 2024 8:00 PM through  9:00 PM
Event Fee(s)
Member £0.00
Non-Member £20.00