The International conference on physician health 2021: a vision for humanity in medicine is going virtual!
This online conference aims to support doctors to create better working environments for themselves and their colleagues.
ICPH 2021 goes virtual
Monday 26 – Friday 30 April 2021
This time, due to the ongoing pandemic, they have decided that their conference will be an entirely online event, with an exciting schedule of presentations and interactive sessions to enable physicians across the globe to learn, connect and develop strategies and networks to support them. The conference will include inspirational keynote presentations, themed presentation streams, interactive networking sessions and opportunities to connect with colleagues.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: COVID-19 UPDATE
In addition to the abstracts that have already been accepted, theyare launching a new and limited call for abstracts for short oral presentations (15 minutes) or posters with a focus on the following areas:
- Effects of pandemic on physical and mental health of individual physicians and their teams
- Innovations in physician health service development and provision in response to the pandemic
- Reviewers will also consider relevance of the submission to the overall conference theme: a vision for humanity in medicine
Please note that they are unable to consider any additional work without a strong COVID-19 focus.
You can find out more and submit your abstracts online at http://www.bma.org.uk/icph2021
The conference programme will be extended across five days, and with a view to our international audience, live conference sessions will be scheduled across a number of different time zones, to enable as many of you as possible to attend and interact. They envisage a ‘live’ three-hour session each day, and conference content will also be available on demand for three months post-event. Full details will be available in early January 2021.
Conference registration will open in January 2021 and full details of registration fees will be available then.
Please don’t hesitate to contact them at email@example.com if you would like any further information.
This webinar will describe the lessons learnt from 20 years of mental health research following disasters including the natural history of emotional challenges, risk factors and typical symptoms. We then apply the disaster model to the current pandemic.
Other informative research includes recent Australia data on stress, burnout and compassion fatigue in healthcare workers.
The second half of the webinar is a Q&A session around these topics, usually with a focus on maintaining resilience and decreasing stress.
Please do register and join!