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NHS Practitioner Health - Mental Health and Wellbeing podcasts from health professionals coming together to chat on a variety of topics. Podcasts focus on the wellbeing of doctors and other healthcare professionals, but is useful and educational to a wide audience.Practitioner Health is a Primary Care Service that provides support for mental health and addiction problems to health and care workers across England and Scotland.
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I feel overwhelmed! What's going on?In this episode of understanding emotions, we talk about that common feeling of being overwhelmed. It's a common concern and presentation that we see in healthcare professionals, so we are going to talk about what it is. Where it comes from, and how we manage it. Between them Dr Zaid al-Najjar, Ruth Deighton and Simon Lyne have decades of experience treating mental health professionals and have come together to pool their experience of treating healthcare workers into this podcast. They have built a framework for practitioners to understand and process complex emotions and worries in their job and personal lives.In this episode  of the Understanding your Emotions podcast covers feeling overwhelmed.We hope you enjoy this series and take something away that can help your wellbeing.If you are struggling as a healthcare worker in England or Scotland, please get in touch with NHS Practitioner Health, we help health and care workers confidentially and for free. We especially help healthcare workers who have difficulties accessing confidential support elsewhere.Music from Bensound.com.
Why is exam stress so difficult?In this bonus episode of understanding emotions, we tackle exam stress. Many healthcare professionals have to deal with exams for training throughout their careers, bringing up unique challenges and emotions.  Between them Dr Zaid al-Najjar, Ruth Deighton and Simon Lyne have decades of experience treating mental health professionals and have come together to pool their experience of treating healthcare workers into this podcast. They have built a framework for practitioners to understand and process complex emotions and worries in their job and personal lives.This episode  of the Understanding your Emotions podcast covers exam stress.We hope you enjoy this series and take something away that can help your wellbeing.If you are struggling as a healthcare worker in England or Scotland, please get in touch with NHS Practitioner Health, we help health and care workers confidentially and for free. We especially help healthcare workers who have difficulties accessing confidential support elsewhere.Music from Bensound.com.
Why am I feeling low? In the 6th instalment of the Understanding your Emotions podcast we tackle low mood and its relation to depression, how therapists might tackle it, and its common causes.   Between them Dr Zaid al-Najjar, Ruth Deighton and Simon Lyne have decades of experience treating mental health professionals and have come together to pool their experience of treating healthcare workers into this podcast. They have built a framework for practitioners to understand and process complex emotions and worries in their job and personal lives.Episode 6 of the Understanding your Emotions podcast covers low mood.We hope you enjoy this series and take something away that can help your wellbeing.If you are struggling as a healthcare worker in England or Scotland, please get in touch with NHS Practitioner Health, we help health and care workers confidentially and for free. We especially help healthcare workers who have difficulties accessing confidential support elsewhere.Music from Bensound.com.
Why am I angry and what does it mean?In the 5th instalment of the Understanding your Emotions podcast we tackle anger. Anger is common throughout the medical world  Between them Dr Zaid al-Najjar, Ruth Deighton and Simon Lyne have decades of experience treating mental health professionals and have come together to pool their experience of treating healthcare workers into this podcast. They have built a framework for practitioners to understand and process complex emotions and worries in their job and personal lives.Episode 5 of the Understanding your Emotions podcast covers anger.We hope you enjoy this series and take something away that can help your wellbeing.If you are struggling as a healthcare worker in England or Scotland, please get in touch with NHS Practitioner Health, we help health and care workers confidentially and for free.Music from Bensound.com.Music from Bensound.com.
Why do we feel responsible for everything? How do I stop seeing everything as my fault? In the 4th instalment of the Understanding your Emotions podcast we tackle shame and guilt. From watching Love Island to worrying about patients we feel guilt and shame without knowing why, so we ask what it is, and how we can think about it to help our wellbeing.  Between them Dr Zaid al-Najjar, Ruth Deighton and Simon Lyne have decades of experience treating mental health professionals and have come together to pool their experience of treating healthcare workers into this podcast. They have built a framework for practitioners to understand and process complex emotions and worries in their job and personal lives.Episode 3 of the Understanding your Emotions podcast covers envy and jealousy, the difference between the two, and how can it affect our relationships with others.We hope you enjoy this series and take something away that can help your wellbeing.If you are struggling as a healthcare worker in England or Scotland, please get in touch with NHS Practitioner Health, we help health and care workers confidentially and for free.Music from Bensound.com.
Healthcare workers go through uniquely challenging emotions during their work. From anxiety to stress and guilt, navigating the emotional journey can be very difficult.In this series, our medical director Dr Zaid al-Najjar talks to two expert therapists to create a map to guide them through some of the many emotions they may find challenging their jobs. Between them Dr Zaid al-Najjar, Ruth Deighton and Simon Lyne have decades of experience treating mental health professionals and have come together to pool their experience of treating healthcare workers into this podcast. They have built a framework for practitioners to understand and process complex emotions and worries in their job and personal lives.Episode 3 of the Understanding your Emotions podcast covers envy and jealousy, the difference between the two, and how can it affect our relationships with others.We hope you enjoy this series and take something away that can help your wellbeing.If you are struggling as a healthcare worker in England or Scotland, please get in touch with NHS Practitioner Health, we help health and care workers confidentially and for free.Music from Bensound.com.
Healthcare workers go through uniquely challenging emotions during their work. From anxiety to stress and guilt, navigating the emotional journey can be very difficult.In this series, our medical director Dr Zaid al-Najjar talks to two expert therapists to create a map to guide them through some of the many emotions they may find challenging their jobs. Between them Dr Zaid al-Najjar, Ruth Deighton and Simon Lyne have decades of experience treating mental health professionals and have come together to pool their experience of treating healthcare workers into this podcast. They have built a framework for practitioners to understand and process complex emotions and worries in their job and personal lives.Episode 2 of the Understanding your Emotions podcast covers anxiety, worry and mistakes covering how we can deal with the existence and stakes of mistakes in our work. Anxiety is the most common issue that patients tell us about at Practitioner Health.We hope you enjoy this series and take something away that can help your wellbeing.If you are struggling as a healthcare worker in England or Scotland, please get in touch with NHS Practitioner Health, we help health and care workers confidentially and for free.Our websiteMusic from Bensound.com.
Healthcare workers go through uniquely challenging emotions during their work. From anxiety to stress and guilt, navigating the emotional journey can be very difficut.In this exciting new series, our medical director Dr Zaid al-Najjar talks to two expert therapists to create a map to guide them through some of the many emotions they may find challenging their jobs.  Between them Dr Zaid al-Najjar, Ruth Deighton and Simon Lyne have decades of experience treating mental health professionals and have come together to pool their experience of treating healthcare workers into this podcast. They have built a framework for practitioners to understand and process complex emotions and worries in their job and personal lives.Episode 1 of the Understanding your Emotions podcast covers some basic psychological principles, as well as responsibility and guilt. We hope you enjoy this series and take something away that can help your wellbeing. If you are struggling as a healthcare worker in England or Scotland, please get in touch with NHS Practitioner Health, we help health and care workers confidentially and for free.Our websiteMusic from Bensound.com.
TDDSS (the Trainee Doctors and Dentists Support Service) is a psychoeducation and support service for trainee doctors and dentists in London, Surrey, Sussex, and Kent.We sat down for a casual conversation with the three mental health leads for TDDSS, who ran through some of the myths and misconceptions about getting help, and explained a bit about why you should get help, and what the experience is like.This short episode covers:What TDDSS is.How TDDSS is confidentialWhat TDDSS offers, and how it relates to Practitioner HealthInformation on getting help, and the importance of making the first step.If you would like to access TDDSS you can do so here.Music from Bensound.com.
Burnout is a phenomenon that comes up frequently in discussions of practitioner wellbeing - describing a feeling of running out of fuel, and being incapable of doing one's jobs. What is burnout? Why is it so prevalent amongst healthcare practitioners, and how do we combat it as individuals and within a larger system?To give his thoughts on this topic Practitioner Health is privileged to be talking to Dr Adam Harrison. Dr Adam Harrison is a GP and barrister, GP appraiser, educator and coach. Adam's main focuses are on his coaching and running the Inspiring Women Leaders' podcast. Adam talks openly about the 2 times he has been burned out and how we can help other healthcare workers.You can find all of Adam's details below:Website - www.dradamharrison.comLinkedin - /dradamharrisonInspiring Women Leaders' podcast - inspiringwomenleaders.buzzsprout.com/Twitter - @FutureExecCoachPractitioner Health details:www.practitionerhealth.nhs.uk0300 300 0303prac.health@nhs.netIf you are a struggling health and care worker, please see our eligibility requirements and access support through our service, we are confidential, free and experienced with helping you. Music from Bensound.com.
Men's Mental HealthMen report lower levels of life satisfaction than women and have high suicide rates, yet represent only one third of patients representing to Practitioner Health.To discuss some of the barriers that men face Dr Andrew Tresidder from Practitioner Health and Dr Ed Rainbow from Mensmindgp sat down for a chat about men's mental health.The podcast covers:Ed's story as a male GP of experiencing, anxiety, burnout and depression and reaching out for helpThe barriers that men face getting support.The lifestyle changes that we can implement to help us in our wellbeing.Dr Ed Rainbow runs mensmindgp.com, where he works to support men with their mental health and provide lifestyle solutions for men.  Dr Ed Rainbow is a GP, medical doctor and speaker.Dr Andrew Tresidder works as a clinician for NHS Practitioner Health. Andrew is a Somerset-based GP and MRCGP with a particular focus on the health of physicians with a focus on the preconditions for returning to psychological and physical health.NHS Practitioner Health is a confidential mental health service that provides mental health support to health and care professionals across England and Scotland, you can find us on our website at www.practitionerhealth.nhs.ukMusic from Bensound.com.
Menopause, Perimenopause and post-menopause are topics that can be difficult to discuss, unpack and understand.Dr Alka Patel of Practitioner Health and Anna Reddy of Leap Health talk through menopause and how we can approach nutrition, health, and lifestyle in a time of change.About our speakers:Dr Alka Patel is a GP, Lifestyle Medicine Physician, Longevity Coach, Speaker and Author. Alka has her own Lifestyle First method for health and you can learn all about her at dralkapatel.comYou can also find Dr Patel's Ted Talk here.Anna Reddy is a Nutritionist, Pharmacist and Speaker, who focuses on empowering workplaces to make physical & mental health a priority. Anna runs her own company and podcast and can be found at leaphealth.co.uk. Anna has previously given webinars with Practitioner Health on working agile and the NHS as a fuel for mental health.You can find and contact Anna on Linkedin. Music from Bensound.com.
Many of us struggle with saying no in our work and personal lives, frequently leading to a myriad of negative consequences.Dr Zaid al-Najjar, Simon Lyne and Ruth Deighton help us "find our no" in this podcast about why it's difficult to say no, why we might need to, and some of the steps we can take to start saying no. Including many of the tasks and advice that Simon and Ruth have given to their patients who struggle with saying their no.Dr Zaid al-Najjar is a Medical Director at NHS Practitioner Health, with decades of experience in mental health and looking after healthcare workers. Simon Lyne and Ruth Deighton are NHS PH therapists who specialise in helping healthcare workers with mental health issues. They are both leading members of our Trainee Doctors and Dentists Support Service (TDDSS).We hope you enjoy this series and take something away that can help your wellbeing.If you are struggling as a healthcare worker in England or Scotland, please get in touch with NHS Practitioner Health, we help health and care workers confidentially and for free. We especially help healthcare workers who have difficulties accessing confidential support elsewhere.Music from Bensound.com.
Who am I? A Doctor's Identity Practitioner Health is extremely excited to have spoken to Dr Amrita Sen Mukherjee on her life, work and research covering the identity of a doctor, and how it impacts on our wellbeing as humans beings.Talking with Dr Andrew Tresidder, Amrita brings out "the human left behind" by the enforcing of a doctor's identity. Amrita and Andrew discuss the development and nature of a doctor's identity, challenges doctor's face when becoming patients, the common stubbornness in admitting problems and how we approach our identity with our own health in mind. Dr Amrita Sen Mukherjee has completed General Practice training in the NHS, with over a decade of clinical experience as a doctor. As the current Co-Chair of the Disabled Doctors Network, Amrita is a longstanding advocate and peer supporter of those with long-standing chronic health problems and disability. Amrita has published work on posttraumatic growth, and has been published in the British Medical Journal and the Medical Protection Society Magazine, as well as acting as an expert peer reviewer for the British Journal of General Practice.Amrita's research on posttraumatic growth in doctorsAmrita's websiteDr Andrew Tresidder is a GP, author and clinician for NHS Practitioner Health. Andrew co-hosts the Somerset Emotional Wellbeing podcast and helped write a (completely free) e-book on health and self-care for doctors.Andrew recommends listeners of this podcast to have a read of "Health and Self-Care" pp23-27 and 28-29. Somerset Emotional Wellbeing PodcastMusic from Bensound.com.
Happy Human Beings

Happy Human Beings

2023-01-1342:44

How can we be happy human beings rather than human doings?Dr Andrew Tresidder and Dr Ed Rainbow give us an approach to take on our days to break up the cycle of human doings and the pitfalls of our everyday lives.On the way they talk about the ladders, the tribes, the holes and the wheels, what exercise does for us and how two doctors take on busy lives whilst avoiding feeling rundown.Dr Ed RainbowDr Ed Rainbow is a Locum GP with a passion and drive for supporting men's mental health and the mental health of doctors all around the country. Ed uses his own experiences of burnout as a GP to help inform others and share his expertise on how we can stop more doctors being burned out.You can find Ed on his website or on LinkedInDr Andrew TresidderDr Andrew Tresidder is a GP and author who helps healthcare workers through Practitioner Health. He shares his expertise on helping practitioners and promoting wellbeing with us. You can read Andrew's book on health and self care for free here.If you are a health and care practitioner in need of mental health or addictions support you can access Practitioner Health via our website.Music from Bensound.com.
In this short podcast Dr Wendy Molefi from Practitioner Health and the Mindful GP reflects on the impact of menopause on healthcare staff.As healthcare professionals we are usually aware of what the menopause is, but we don't always take the time to reflect on the effects it can have and how we can safeguard our own health. Dr Molefi covers the symptoms of the menopause and what we can do to make the workplace a better and safer place for those experiencing the menopause.Dr Wendy Molefi is an experienced GP with a specialist interest in women's health and wellbeing. You can find out more about her on her website here.Music from Bensound.com.
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