Presented by Liz Crowe In recent times there has concern raised about the wellbeing of paramedics and those who work in critical care. So what do you do if you love the job and you want to remain in this career long term?
An exploration of the research evidences that things may not be as dire as we thought. This talk will explore how to build a tolerance for your own emotions, when to seek help for yourself and others and how to formulate a wellbeing plan to build your resilience.
Liz Crowe is an advanced clinician paediatric social worker with expertise in critical care in paediatric tertiary hospitals. She is currently a PhD student examining staff wellbeing of risk and protective factors in the PICU with a view to inform interventions to build resilience and capacity for all health care staff. Liz is a passionate and humorous educator who regularly speaks internationally. She is the successful author of ‘ The Little Book of Loss and Grief You Can Read While You Cry” and is a proud member of the St Emlyn’s educators on #FOAMed and can be found on Twitter @LizCrowe2