Collaborating with the workplace to enable good work for your patient/client

Aim: Discuss how practitioners can collaborate with workplaces to enable recovery and return to work with a focus on providing “good work”.

Learning Outcomes:
Through an interdisciplinary panel exploration of supporting work participation, and recovery at and return to work, with a focus on good work, this webinar will provide participants with the skills and knowledge to:

  1. Discuss the benefits of participating in good work with patients/clients who are experiencing mental health conditions that may impair their ability to work, including the benefits of recovery and a timely return to work.
  2. Identify what 'good work' looks like for patients/clients and how practitioners can encourage the workplace to provide 'good work' that supports health and wellbeing.
  3. Discuss how to constructively engage with the workplace and other stakeholders to help patients/clients optimise their health and work participation and recovery outcomes.
  4. Recommend ways to deal with barriers to recovery and return to work, and assist patients/clients to realise the benefits of participating in good work.


Date:

Wednesday 2 November 2022


Time:

7:15pm - 8:30pm (AEDT)


Location:

Online


Contact:

Julie Middleton
0407 809 526
j.middleton@mhpn.org.au


CPD:

1 point


Panel:

Dr Dielle Felman (VIC – Psychiatrist)
Dr Cath Kelaher (ACT – General  Practitioner and Occupational Physician)
Dr Jacqui Stanford (VIC – Psychologist)
Kevin Figueiredo (NSW- General Manager Risk, Safety and Sustainability)

Facilitated by:
Prof Stephen Trumble (VIC – General Practitioner)



Tags

Australian College of Mental Health Nurses event


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