: Tuesday 9 April 2019
: 19:30 - 20:30
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Clinicians today are under more and more pressure, while patient expectations have never been higher. In these circumstances, it’s no surprise that an increasing number of dental professionals are being hit by burnout.
It’s a terrible thing to experience, but burnout also has an impact on your dentolegal risk, and the safety of your patients.
Join Dr Suzy Jordache and Dr Pallavi Bradshaw for a webinar designed to empower you to identify and manage this very real threat that clinicians face.
By the end of the webinar you will:
- learn more about the evidence around resilience, burnout and risk
- be able to recognise signs of burnout
- appreciate the need to respect individual and organisational resilience
- develop strategies for recovery.
Earn 1 hour of CPD
This webinar meets the criteria for the GDC development outcomes B and D.
Dr Suzy Jordache
MBBS Dip Pall Med
Senior Medical Educator and Training Lead, Medical Protection
Dr Suzy Jordache is a senior full-time educator with Medical Protection.
Suzy leads the Medical Protection clinical communication programme (CCP) in the UK, Ireland and South Africa and is responsible for the clinical education faculty delivering training and accrediting communication and risk management workshops worldwide. The education faculty deliver training to over 300,000 medical and dental members in Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, UK, Ireland, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia.
Suzy has more than 20 years’ experience in clinical work, initially in general practice, followed by psychiatry and then as director of psychological medicine in a UK hospice.
Dr Pallavi Bradshaw
MA (Cantab) MB BChir GDL MRCOphth MFFLM MBA
Education Services Lead
Dr Pallavi Bradshaw graduated from St Catharine’s College, Cambridge gaining a BA (Hons) with a dissertation in medical law and ethics. She trained at Addenbrooke’s Hospital and graduated from the clinical school in December 2001.
Pallavi began specialist training in ophthalmology in 2003 and was also awarded the MA (Cantab). She then gained membership to the Royal College of Ophthalmologists (London) in September 2005, before continuing higher specialist training until February 2007, when she joined Medical Protection as a medicolegal adviser.
Pallavi has also completed a graduate diploma in law (GDL) at the College of Law, Guildford and was awarded a commendation in June 2010. She was granted foundation membership to the Faculty of Legal and Forensic Medicine, London in April 2013.
In her role as senior medicolegal adviser and communications and policy lead, Pallavi supported and advised doctors in the UK and abroad, and was the Asia cases lead.
As education services lead Pallavi oversees the development and delivery of professional development courses to help members manage their risk and improve patient safety.
Pallavi is also involved with writing medicolegal articles in trade and national press and in giving lectures. She is on the editorial board of Casebook, and is the lead media spokesperson.