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Family Carer and Clinical Reviewer Day

Friday 20th October 2017. As part of the ongoing support of the independent reviewers who commit their knowledge, time and energy to the Care Treatment Review process (CTR), the National Development Team for Inclusion are hosting a day for reviewers to explore how you can develop your resilience to manage any strong or emotional feelings you may have after attending a CTR.

To lead us through this day, we are delighted to have Dene Donalds at the helm, who through this offering of top tips, experiential learning, research and signposting to helpful resources to improve resilience, will give you an introduction on how to build personal and collective resilience, that can improve performance.

The aim of the day is that participants will leave with an appreciation of the importance of developing individual and collective mindfulness-based resilience for themselves, colleagues and the people they provide a service to. With new ideas, practical exercises and information to use after the training.

About Dene Donalds. RNLD, MBA

Since 2003 Dene has been offering practical, mindfulness-based wellbeing programmes to groups and individuals including; People with learning disabilities their families and workforce; Experts by Experience wishing to develop greater resilience and prisoners and staff within Her Majesties Prisons

His past work includes offering mindfulness programmes to the workforce of Mersey Care NHS Trust and leading the NHS IAPT Mindfully Valuing People Now Project

Dene also works as a Zen Teacher in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh and as a Buddhist Chaplain within Prisons and NHS high secure settings, offering support to people of many religions and none.

 

We will be starting at 10.00, with refreshments offered from 9:30 and finishing around 4.

Lunch and tea and coffee are included.

The day is limited to 30 places, and interest for this event is already very high; please book your place early to avoid disappointment. You can book your place at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/family-carer-and-clinical-reviewer-day-registration-38070526971

As with other training, experts by experience can claim £75 to take part in the day; we are unable to offer payment for clinical reviews.

Contact

For more information contact Alex Brooks by:

Email: Alex Brooks
Tel: 01225 789135

Useful Info

Date and time:
Friday 20th October 2017 from 09:30 to 16:00

Venue:
The King's Centre
Osney Mead
Oxford
OX2 0ES