Pause to create: webinar series

Inspiring doctors to enrich their clinical practice through the proven benefits of creativity

A series of five weekly events running from 19 August to 14 September 2020

These events provide an opportunity for you to relax away from the stresses of everyday life in medicine, to explore new creative experiences or rediscover those that have been long been forgotten. You will be able to learn about the evidence behind the benefits of creativity on mental wellbeing through the experiences of others who already utilise the humanities in their personal and professional lives. Through these events we hope you will leave feeling inspired and able to take some of the ideas with you to put into practice. 

This programme of events has been curated by Dr Nicola Davis, Clinical Oncology SpR. Please view the webinar series flyer for speaker biographies. 

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Sharing stories of the power of creativity: In conversation with Dr Sam Guglani, Dr Catriona Davis, Dr Anna Dillon and Donna Ford

Monday 14 September 2020 19:00-20:00 (BST)
This session will conclude the series by exploring personal experiences of the arts and creativity, and how they have benefited those individuals both personally and professionally. The discussion will be chaired by Dr Nicola Davis and there will be an opportunity for questions.
This event will also be recorded so it can be viewed at a later date.
FREE and open to ALL professions and specialties, this event will also be recorded so it can be viewed at a later date. This session will be hosted on GoTo Webinar.
Register here
Non-members will need to register using this booking form. Please send your booking form to conf@rcr.ac.uk


Previous webinars

The seriousness of fun (held on 19 August 2020)
Led by Dr Heidi Edmundson

Watch now
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this recording here.


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