This training is for staff who have attended the one hour Speaking Up for Safety presentation.
Dr Stephen Priestley, Senior Medical Educator, Cognitive Institute
Dr Stephen Priestley is a specialist in Emergency Medicine with broad experience at the Director level in public hospitals across both Victoria and Queensland. He is currently a Senior Staff Specialist in Emergency Medicine in the Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service, having previously held the position of Director of Emergency Medicine to March 2017. In this role he provided leadership to three emergency departments within the Health Service for 11 years.
Dr Priestley has a particular interest in patient safety and quality care as evidenced by his appointments within health services and the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM). He is immediate past Chair of the ACEM Patient Safety Working Group, a member of the ACEM Quality Sub-Committee and a member of the ACEM Senior Court of Examiners.
We have developed a two part webinar series of focussed insights and practical techniques to sustain physical and mental wellbeing during COVID-19 and beyond. The series draws on our extensive research into burnout and resilience, in particular work by our Senior Medical Educator, Dr Lynne McKinlay as part of her training with Dr Tait Shanafelt at the Stanford Medicine WellMD Center. Find out more