POSTPONED Burnout, resilience and wellbeing study day

20th March 2020  09:00 AM - 05:05 PM (GMT+01:00) Europe/London

Due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation this event is postponed until the autumn. All delegates currently booked on this event will be transferred to the new date and you will be informed by email as soon as the date is rescheduled.

Please view our COVID-19 update page for further information. 

If you are not yet booked on but interested in attending this event and would like to be advised of the new date when it is scheduled, please send an email to register your interest to:

This event highlights the significance, impact and improvement strategies of burnout in the medical profession. It will involve lectures, discussions, and interactive format supported by the relevant experts and professionals in this field. It will explore the medical profession’s vulnerability, personal and work factors in burnout. Reflective process, resilient capacity and recovery strategies will be shared and discussed. Support network and optimisation approach will also be explored. The event is suitable for all medical professionals including consultants, trainees and medical students. It will also be beneficial to human resource colleagues to gain further insight on medical well being.

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Who should attend: All medical professionals including consultants and trainees, medical students and medical staffing colleagues


Educational aims:

  • To understand the significance and impact of burnout in the medical profession
  • To generate awareness of strategies for resilience and well being

Registration fees

BIR member Plan 1 £80

BIR member Plan 2 £60

BIR Trainee member £60

BIR Retired/Student member £30

Non-member £125

Registration instructions
In order to register for this event you must first create a MyBIR portal. This is a free account with the BIR which will allow you to register for events and to retrieve receipts and CPD certificates. Once this is created, you can then register onto the event. If you have registered for a BIR event in the past you can login to your account first and then click on the register now button. You do not need to be a member of BIR or a radiologist to register for this event. All healthcare professionals are welcome. If you are having trouble registering or would prefer to register over the phone, you can call the BIR office at 020 3668 2220.

Group Discount
The BIR is able to offer a group discount for a group of 5 or more delegates. Please email or call 020 3668 2220 to book a group onto this event and for further information regarding our group discount. 

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