What is Resilience?
"Resilience is the capacity to cope with and become stronger as a result of experiencing and dealing with difficult events"
Dr Derek Mowbray (PhD., DipPsych., CPsychol., CSci., FBPsS, FIHM., FISMA)
A key skill for those working in a career in Critical Care.
After presenting at the 2018 FICM annual meeting Dr Derek Mowbray has kindly agreed to share some of his invaluable resilience resources with FICM for the benefit of the ICM workforce and to create a resilience hub.
Below is a table of free taster articles filled with guidance and exercises based around resilience training and management.
If you'd like to learn more about the courses that Derek and the Management Advisory Service offer including assessment questionnaires and their articles library please go to http://www.mas.org.uk or contact email@example.com to find out more.
Personal control over oneself and responses to people and events.
Mobilising personal resources to form an attitude to tolerate and overcome adverse events without experiencing stress
The leadership style in organisations which is required to enhance the opportunity for everyone to perform at their peak
A short questionnaire to help you recognise your areas of strength and weakness in being reliance
Whilst the Faculty promote personal development to aid your resilience skills and ability to manage the challenges working in a high-pressure specialty; we recognise these challenges are often related to resourcing and workforce issues outside of personal control.The Faculty is focused on broader workforce development to address this. Regional workforce meetings, the annual census and the data bank can all be used to identify and address local support and resourcing issues. You can always contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further advice and support.