Ethnic Minority Mental Health Experiences at Medical School
Your Medics4Medics Committee
Please note: Because of the sensitive nature of the event if you attend please try and make sure that you can find a private place to watch from.
These are the ground rules for the event. Please have a read in advance and we look forward to seeing you all there :)
The link to the session will be posted tomorrow morning
We are incredibly grateful to our speakers who have agreed to share their experiences with us all today. Please:
Ensure that you are somewhere private in order maintain strict rules of confidentiality
No recording and do not share anything that is said in the event, outside of the event.
Make sure your microphone is muted while another speaker is speaking.
Turn on your video icon (if you are comfortable with that)! It would be great to see everyone’s faces and mimic the style of our usual events!
Be courteous to speakers and other attendees
All experiences are individual, and valuable. We can ask about their nature, but please respect that they are personal.
Supporting Friends Through Difficult Times
Medics4Medics are excited to announce next week’s talk on Preventing Burnout. Our speaker for the evening will be Dr Asta Medisauskaite. Dr Asta Medisauskaite is a Research Fellow at the Research Department of Medical Education, UCL Medical School. Asta is an organisational psychologist who obtained her PhD at Birkbeck, University of London. Her PhD was on understanding and improving the occupational health of UK medical doctors. As one of her studies, Asta tested an intervention for doctors which is now transformed into practical tools (app/board game; workingstress.co.uk). Currently Asta is working on a number of studies investigating doctors professionalism, attrition rates and leading a study on mental health of medical students
Previously this has been one of our most well received events so hope to see many of you there. Also free food and drink provided!