Aeromedical Conference 2017: Minds Matter
Essex & Herts Air Ambulance Aeromedical Conference, Minds Matter, placed a focus on mental health in the public sector, discussing mental health, stress, and PTSD in the pre-hospital environment. Delegate speakers from around the globe looked at the impact of work undertaken in the pre-hospital environment and its affect on patients, their relatives and its employees.
Take a look at the highlights from the Conference and take home the important messages from the day including acceptance of a situation and recognising that all important ‘burn out’.
Aeromedical Conference: Minds Matter
Did you miss last year’s conference or perhaps want to watch it again? Play back the discussion below as our delegates discuss mental health in the pre-hospital environment.
Welcome – James Hampton Till
Dean of the Faculty of Medical Science
Welcome – Jane Gurney
CEO, Essex & Herts Air Ambulance
Welcome from Chair – Dr Ronan Fenton
Medical Director, Essex & Herts Air Ambulance
A Patient’s Perspective – Megan Jones
Health Care Professional
EHAAT Case Study – Dr Mike Christian, Tony Stone and Dr Matthew Walton
TRiM and Organisational Stress – Professor Neil Greenberg
MD March on Stress
Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance Trust Case Study – Dr Kevin Enright
How do we train for Pre-Hospital Stress? – Dr Gareth Grier
Clinical Director and Educational Lead, Institue of Pre-Hospital Care, London Air Ambulance, Consultant in Pre-Hospital Medicine
Burn Out: A Crisis of Faith?! – Professor Peter Brindley
Critical Care Intensivist
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