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Wellbeing and CPD


Your mental health and wellbeing is important to ensuring a healthy and meaningful experience both in O&G and your life outside of work.

To support this, the RANZCOG Guide to CPD allows for educational health and wellbeing activities to be approved. If you're not sure if a wellbeing activity is relevant, please email [email protected]
 

Emotional Intelligence and Compassion Workshop

We are currently collaborating with a highly regarded external provider to offer workshops and training on activating your personal agency in high emotional labour settings for sustained wellbeing.

Two pilot sessions were conducted in May and June of  2021 which resulted in positive feedback from the Members and Trainees who participated. 

We will be running more workshops, please email [email protected] for information on upcoming workshop dates.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Recognise the need to improve your own emotional literacy and experience some tools to help you understand your own emotions so you can utilise them intelligently.
  2. Consider the impact of emotional burden on your performance and wellbeing.
  3. Learn the difference between empathy and compassion.
  4. Understand the origins of empathic distress and empathy fatigue.
  5. Learn how to cultivate compassion for sustained wellbeing.

Read more information about the workshop.
 

More information

For more information, please email the College Wellbeing Coordinator:

Email[email protected]

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