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Doctors' Health e-book

MIGA have produced a Doctors' Health e-book to provide assistance and education to practitioners. This online health resource specifically addresses: why doctors avoid the doctor; how unwell doctors behave; the impairment progression; professional strategies to well-being; and resources currently available to assist practitioners. A Risk Management program has also been introduced alongside the e-book, with a Workshop titled ‘Caring for our Colleagues’, which explores the benefits of staying well, recognising the warning signs in colleagues who may not be coping and discussing strategies for offering genuine professional support.


Neonatal Resuscitation In-Hospital Training

All Core trainees must complete in-hospital neonatal resuscitation training which should be signed off by the relevant Training Facilitator on the sign-off sheet below. There is no specific neonatal resuscitation (NR) training module or workshop which trainees are required to complete; trainees are expected to complete the NR requirement as part of their in-hospital training or by completing an appropriate course as required by their hospital.

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