The School of Health Sciences would like to invite you to this WOW Seminar on 9th December (2 – 3.30pm).
Please simply join us using this link: https://surrey-ac.zoom.us/j/91220347919
No need to register.
ALL STUDENTS, UNIVERSITY STAFF AND EXTERNAL VISITORS WELCOME
This seminar will be recorded and will be available at a later date.
We are delighted to announce our guest speakers, Dr Kevin Teoh and Dr Laura Golding.
Dr Kevin Teoh’s presentation: “The Mental Health and Wellbeing of Nurses and Midwives in the UK: Systematic Review and Recommendations”
This presentation covers a Royal College of Nursing Foundation commissioned review of the literature on the mental health and wellbeing of nurses and midwives in the United Kingdom. The first part covers a systematic review of studies on the current state and prevalence of mental ill health and wellbeing among nurses and midwives; the known contributing factors and outcomes; and the type and efficacy of health and wellbeing interventions conducted. The second part summarises the recommendations from a Delphi panel of nursing and midwifery stakeholders for action at the policy, organisational, managers and individuals.
Dr Kevin Teoh is a Chartered Psychologist and Lecturer in Organisational Psychology with the Department of Organizational Psychology at Birkbeck, University of London. He is also the Executive Officer for the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology. His primary research interests are around developing healthier workplaces, and the translation of research into practice, policy and public dissemination. Kevin has collaborated extensively with the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work and the Society of Occupational Medicine, and has a particular interest in the working conditions and wellbeing of healthcare workers. He has also worked on projects involving the Ministry of Defence and the National Health Service, as well as organisations in the private and public sectors in the United Kingdom and abroad. He has published in journals such as Work & Stress and the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, and is a regular speaker at academic, professional, and public events.
Dr Laura Golding’s presentation: “Running Interprofessional Schwartz Rounds with Healthcare Students at the University of Liverpool”
Schwartz Rounds are a multidisciplinary forum for healthcare-staff to reflect together on emotional challenges associated with their work. This talk will provide details about how Schwartz Rounds are run at the University of Liverpool with students, predominantly undergraduates, from nine healthcare programmes – medicine, nursing, physiotherapy, diagnostic radiography, therapeutic radiography, occupational therapy, orthoptics, dentistry, and clinical psychology. This will include how Rounds are adapted for a student audience and, more recently, the experience of running Rounds remotely as well as presentation of qualitative and quantitative evaluation data. The University of Liverpool is leading the Schwartz North project (funded by Health Education England North), enabling nine universities in the North of England to run Schwartz Rounds with healthcare students. A brief overview of the project will also be presented.
Dr Laura Golding is a Clinical Psychologist, Senior Lecturer and Programme Director of the University of Liverpool’s Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programme. She is also the Schwartz Round Lead for the University of Liverpool. She has led on the development and evaluation of running Schwartz Rounds with students from ten healthcare programmes at the university since 2016. She is also the lead for a Health Education England North funded project – ‘Schwartz North’ – working with nine universities in the North of England to enable them to run Schwartz Rounds with healthcare students.