Particularly at a time of unprecedented change and uncertainty. We provide a safe, confidential, energising place for one hour - to share, unload and reignite. We run the highly interactive workshops with small break out groups on Zoom.
We now run bespoke Mobile Doctors’ Mess and Nurses' Nexus events for national conferences.
We are delighted and excited to be running a pop-up Doctors' Mess event at Association of Anaesthetists Annual Congress on 23rd September at 6.35.Visit
A few things really stood out for me:
- It fulfilled the need of talking about how things were going. This was sadly missing at work due to PPE and limited social contact due to the pandemic.
- The hour achieved so much and there were really useful weekly themes (e.g. Seligman) coupled with breakout rooms.
- Talking with doctors from outside my specialty and from primary care was refreshing and brought new perspectives.
- The experience was confidential and well run by the organisers.
I am pleased to say that discovering Doctors’ Mess has been an unexpected positive during the pandemic.
Reflecting and building on the good things you did for yourself over the summer.
Honoured to have a thought provoking talk on racial equality with Dr Chaand Nagpaul, current Chair of the Council of the British Medical Association.
A conversation with Dame Clare Gerada.
"The Courage of Compassion - Letting the Light In"
Pause, Rest and Reflect- Why we need to talk about fatgue with Dr Michael Farquhar.
The Heart-Mind Interface - Constructing lives that bring us safety, connection and joy.
Yvonne Coghill - Director, Workforce Race Equality NHS London
Self-compassion is hard, how can you be compassionate towards others, if you aren't to yourself?