Managing Personal Stress And Pressure
Working in the healthcare industry can be incredibly rewarding, but it can also be incredibly stressful. Healthcare professionals often work long hours, deal with high-pressure situations, and manage the wellbeing of others, all of which can lead to burnout and exhaustion. This course is designed to help primary care professionals develop strategies for managing personal stress and pressure, improving their overall wellbeing and performance.
Who’s it for?
This course is ideal for primary care professionals who want to learn how to manage personal stress and pressure effectively. It is suitable for physicians, nurses, healthcare managers, and other healthcare professionals who work in high-pressure environments and want to improve their overall wellbeing and performance.
The causes and symptoms of stress
Identify where stress comes from, recognise the relationship between stress and pressure and notice when work is becoming too much.
Good stress and bad stress
Learn to recognise your own stress levels and those of people around you. Know when they are too high.
Handling stress positively
Consider techniques for handling stress as a team, communicating more effectively, sharing the workload and making little improvements every day.
Mindset and motivation
How to change your mindset to see the positive side of change in the workplace. How to motivate yourself and others under pressure and develop a preventative rather than remedial approach to team problems.
Build relaxation into your day with simple five-minute stress reduction techniques and long-term de-stress techniques. Improve your concentration and control your stamina and energy levels to get through difficult episodes at work.