Dr Mark O’Brien is the Medical Director and co-founder of the Cognitive Institute. Dr O’Brien is a well-regarded consultant and expert trainer in the areas of clinical leadership, risk management and quality and safety within the Asia-Pacific region. He is also a published author and regular international speaker across Australia, New Zealand, Asia, the United Kingdom, South Africa and North America with a passion for supporting clinicians to address the challenges they face in delivering the highest quality care to their patients.
Dr Lynne McKinlay is Senior Medical Educator for Cognitive Institute and Medical Director, Learning and Workforce, Children’s Health Queensland, as well as practising as a specialist in paediatric rehabilitation medicine. Dr McKinlay has a special interest in clinician wellbeing and her research draws on training with Dr Tait Shanafelt at the Stanford Medicine WellMD Center.
Our on-demand series of focussed insights and techniques to sustain physical and mental wellbeing and team performance through COVID-19 and beyond is suitable for clinicians and clinical leaders. The webinars share practical evidence-based strategies including RapidCheck™, a new operational team briefing and debriefing tool leaders can use to maintain maximum performance and ensure staff are aware, understand and are coping with the rapid changes around them. Watch the series in your own time and share with your colleagues.
Dr Mark O’Brien, Medical Director, Cognitive Institute and Dr Lynne McKinlay, Senior Medical Educator, Cognitive Institute share strategies for leaders to care for staff and present a new practical briefing and debriefing tool, RapidCheck™.
The webinars draw 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. More than 6,000 clinicians across 11 countries have watched the series and over 90% rated it as excellent and relevant to their work, describing it as evidence based and practical.
Thank you for making this so widely and easily available – I am very much looking forward to the next session as an aid to looking after the junior doctors whose wellbeing I oversee. This was thoughtfully and professionally presented and I will watch again.
– Looking After Yourself Through COVID-19 attendee
It was thought provoking. I think it was well presented and narrated.
–Sustaining Clinical Team Performance Through COVID-19 attendee
Cognitive Institute is an international healthcare education provider that partners with organisations globally to share its KnowHowTM – knowledge, insights and experience – to equip leaders and their teams with non-technical skills to practise safer, more reliable and kinder healthcare.
For more than 20 years, Cognitive Institute has provided independent, professional advice and multi-disciplinary education to engage and support healthcare professionals to build cultures of safety and reliability. Cognitive Institute works with more than 250 healthcare providers worldwide including public and private hospitals, general practices, mental health services, community health centres, primary health care networks and major public healthcare districts. Cognitive Institute is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Medical Protection Society (MPS), the world’s leading protection organisation for doctors, dentists and healthcare professionals with more than 300,000 members globally.
Join Cognitive Institute Medical Director, Dr Mark O’Brien and Senior Medical Educator Dr Lynne McKinlay for the second webinar in our free, two-part series focussing on sustaining physical and mental wellbeing during COVID-19 and beyond.
Dr O’Brien and Dr McKinlay will present Sustaining Clinical Team Performance Through COVID-19. The webinar has been specifically designed to support clinicians and healthcare professionals leading teams.
This webinar will offer practical, evidence-based strategies to care for the clinicians you lead during this unprecedented time in their professional lives. Dr O’Brien and Dr McKinlay will share a new practical briefing and debriefing tool, RAPIDCheck™ – a simple five step model you can use to ensure your staff are aware, understand and are coping with the rapid changes around them. Webinar attendees will be emailed practical resources to aid future team meetings.
To support our international clients and shift workers we are hosting this live webinar on four occasions. We invite you to register for the webinar which most suits your schedule.
Date: Wednesday 20 May
Time: 15:00 to 16:00 (AEST GMT+10)
Date: Wednesday 20 May
Time: 19:00 to 20:00 (AEST GMT+10)
Date: Wednesday 20 May
Time: 21:00 to 22:00 (AEST GMT+10)
Date: Thursday 21 May
Time: 17:00 to 18:00 (AEST GMT+10)