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This event is sponsored by Amgen Oncology
Health and Wellbeing - how to live your best life
Topics that will be covered include:
Wellbeing: Why it is important in healthcare
Concepts: Burnout, Incivility, Resilience, Moral injury
Solutions: Available resources, Self-care, Looking out for others,

Working together for organisational change.

This event is sponsored by Amgen Oncology.

Sep 27, 2021 07:00 PM in Dublin

This webinar event is sponsored by Amgen Oncology
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Speakers

Dr Gaye Cunnane
Director of Health and Wellbeing
Gaye Cunnane, PhD, MB, FRCPI, is the Director of Health and Wellbeing at the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland. She is also a Professor of Medicine and Rheumatology at Trinity College Dublin and a Consultant Rheumatologist at St James's Hospital Dublin. She has held pastoral and organisational roles as the National Specialty Director for Rheumatology Trainees, Regional Programme Director for General Internal Medicine Trainees, and is a past-President of the Irish Society for Rheumatology. Her clinical and research interests focus on a holistic approach to patient care, and to colleagues and trainees alike.
Prof Seamus O'Reilly
National Specialty Director
Prof O’Reilly graduated from the National University of Ireland (Galway) (BSc 1985, MB BCh BAO 1988, MD 1997) and completed basic specialist training in Trinity College Dublin (MRCPI 1991) and higher specialist training in Medical Oncology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and completed a PhD in Clinical Investigation at Johns Hopkins University where he was Assistant Professor of Medicine focusing on Phase I Drug Development. Since 2013 he has been National Specialty Director in Medical Oncology at the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland and has co-developed an online multidisciplinary course in Cancer Medicine for General Practice with University College Cork. In the community he is a founding trustee of Cork ARC Cancer Support House, a cofounder of the South Eastern Cancer Foundation, and has led and developed nurse education and financial hardship patient funds at CUH Charity, and the CUH-India appeal for Unicef in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.