Beyond resilience – moral survival and flourishing in general practice
Suitable for those working in all disciplines related to medicine/healthcare as well as general practitioners, this interactive virtual event will introduce useful concepts and frameworks for moral leadership, values and professionalism applied to the 21st century UK Primary Healthcare
You will gain an understanding of ethical issues arising in primary care, the impact of marketisation in healthcare and confidence in ways of developing moral leadership, sustaining moral resilience and professional values in a system under strain. This webinar will be taught by key speakers with extensive experience in general practice and teaching clinical ethics to healthcare professionals.
During this session, you will be able:
- To refresh knowledge and understanding of primary care ethics, interprofessional ethics, beliefs and values and the role of market forces
- To consider how the above relates to the primary care workplace
- To increase knowledge and understanding of the concepts of moral distress, moral injury, moral resilience and moral repair and their relevance to professional practice & mental health
- To explore ways of navigating and overcoming challenges or barriers to enacting personal and professional values in a system under strain.