4 May 2022 19:30 - 4 May 2022 21:30
Regions Now Non-Clinical: How to stay and thrive in practice?
Online , Online, Gloucester Gloucestershire, GL2 2AB
Introducing clinical supervision, a proven model used to support clinicians and improve patient outcomes brought to you by West Midlands region
In this instalment of the Regions Now lectures, Sian Tranter from Vet Reflect will discuss the role of Clinical Supervision in practice, and its role in building team cohesion, improving patient outcomes & building resilience. Clinical supervision is an effective model used in human healthcare to support clinicians, improve patient outcomes and promote professional development.
Before the live event
Delegates will be issued with a link to a closed group on the BSAVA Regional website, with access granted to a series of short webinars and associated reading. Access to this will be from 27th April 2022. A webinar will outline the relevance of supervision and the proven benefits to the veterinary profession. We will learn how the supervision structure can be used effectively for individuals or the veterinary team and how to start. We will consider common veterinary scenarios where supervision can improve resilience, clinical performance, clinical confidence and job satisfaction. Both individual and group supervision will be covered particularly focussing on benefits to workplace culture and staff retention within a veterinary team.
The live session will take place on 4th May 2022. Join us in the waiting room at 7.30pm, for a prompt 7.45pm start. This session will last 1.5 hours with opportunities for questions and discussion with the speaker. A live interactive session will allow us to explore case studies where supervision can be used to resolve issues negatively affecting vets and veterinary teams. We will use small group work and feedback to learn about resolving issues such as unhelpful mindset, overwhelming workloads, learning gaps, poor team dynamics and burnout. We will also use small groups to explore supervision role play so delegates can try out the model for themselves and discuss their conclusions.
After the event
Delegates will have access to the online content and discussion forum, and there will be opportunity for community peer to peer, and volunteer discussion, which is an important part of our Regional CPD.
Sian Tranter - Vet Reflect
Intended for veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses
Terms and Conditions: All webinars must be paid for in full at the time of booking. No refund is payable if a delegate is unable to attend the live webinar; a link to the recorded webinar will normally be provided after the event.
BSAVA reserves the right to alter the programme or the speaker should this become necessary due to unavoidable circumstances. Registrants should note that the BSAVA member's rate applies only when the person attending the webinar is a member of the Association. To qualify for the reduced member's rate for webinars, non-members must join BSAVA prior to booking the webinar.