Maintaining wellbeing in working with loss, death and grief 

8 December 2021: 12.00 - 13.00

12 January 2022: 12.00 - 13.00

8 February 2022: 13.00 - 14.00

3 March 2022: 11.00 - 12.00

4 April 2022: 13.00 - 14.00

4 May 2022: 16.00 - 17.00

7 June 2022: 12.00 - 13.00


Doctors face a number of stresses in their work which can detrimentally affect their mental health. In recognition of the importance of promoting wellbeing among doctors, Child Bereavement UK is pleased to have been awarded a grant from BMA Giving to develop and deliver a series of monthly webinars.

Each webinar focuses on

  • Aspects of work that compromise your wellbeing
  • Factors increasing the risk of deterioration in doctors’ mental health
  • The impact of working with loss, death and grief, both personally and professionally
  • Strategies to build and maintain resilience, including monitoring your stress levels, your reactions to loss and your vulnerability
  • The dual process model of coping with bereavement
  • Compassion fatigue and burnout: signs and contributory factors
  • Barriers to seeking help
  • What helps in developing a culture of care

Learning outcomes

  • Greater awareness of the impact of working in the face of loss, grief and bereavement on you as a professional
  • An ability to acknowledge what your workplace experiences mean for you both personally and professionally
  • The development of strategies to build your resilience and maintain your wellbeing

Who should attend?

All doctors and trainees whose roles involve exposure to issues of grief and bereavement.

Duration 

1 hour

Book here


The BMA Giving grants scheme aims to support smaller charities registered in the UK, particularly those working at grass roots and community level, and priority is given to those which align with the BMA’s mission of ‘we look after doctors so they can look after you’. More information is available here.