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The High Performance Physician Course: February 12, 2018 & March 15, 2018
Sessions #1 & 2 on Monday, February 12, 2018 (1-5pm) (Room 385 NJM Library)
Sessions #3 & 4 on Thursday, March 15, 2018 (9am-1pm) (Room 403 Brodie)
We are pleased to provide you the following information about the upcoming High Performance Physician (HPP) course that you will be participating in. HPP is offered through the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Manitoba. It was designed to help equip medical professionals with practical tools to enhance individual and team performance, personal resilience, and well-being. Issues relating to physician burnout and human factors, which can impair situational judgment and decision-making, have been demonstrated in medical research. Physicians are often tasked with performing high stakes interventions under conditions of cognitive overload, fatigue, and time pressures. Add to that, the unrelenting stream of administrative demands and expectations that are to be managed each day. These conditions pose a challenge towards long-term sustainable health and performance.
Through the HPP course, you will learn cutting edge strategies on how to deal with these inherent stressors more effectively. Course content is evidence based, rooted in the sciences of peak human performance, neuroscience, professional learning, and includes best practices in leadership development, communication, and stress management. Since its inception in 2007, HPP has been delivered to hundreds of physicians at all levels of experience and across numerous areas of specialization.
This course is divided into 4 distinct modules comprised of the following themes:
Nurturing a performance mindset
Developing trust and confidence
Emotional preparation: fear, pressure, doubt, and uncertainty
Minimizing distracting thoughts
Shifting attention on demand
Guided imagery and rehearsal
Triggering an ideal performance state
Regulating focus and arousal
Situation awareness and decision-making
Responding to acute stress situations
Readying in advance: Stress inoculation
Re-calibrating focus under pressure
Performing through fatigue: Energizing
Anchoring a perspective on work and life
Creating a personalized conception of work-life “fit”
Communication that mobilizes others
Giving and receiving feedback
Briefing and debriefing
Creating an optimal learning culture
Dealing with setbacks and failures
Critical reflective practice
Prioritizing and executing
Overcoming inner resistance
Staying consistentDaily routines
Cost & Registration:
The cost for the 4 modular session is $400 per participant.
There are a limited number of spots for each course, and it can be difficult to find participants to fill spots that open up due to cancellation. In light of this, cancellations greater than 4 weeks from the course date will receive a FULL refund, minus $100 administration fee. Cancellations with 2-4 weeks of the course date will receive a 50% refund, and there are no refunds for cancellations less than 2 weeks from the course date. Participants who have registered may transfer their registration to another person, but this responsibility lies with the original participant. We will try to help find a replacement, but in the event one cannot be found, participants WILL NOT receive a refund (if within 2 weeks of the course). Please contact Jan Middleton at 204-272-3066 or Jan.Middleton@umanitoba.ca for any cancellation and transfer requests.
Continuing Medical Education Credits:
This event is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) for a maximum of 4.5 hours and an Accredited Simulation Activity (Section 3) for a maximum of 3.5 hours as defined by the Maintenance of Certification program of The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for up to 8 Mainpro+ credits.