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Thu 4 Mar 2021
16:00 - 17:00

Venue: Online

Provided by: University Information Services - Staff Learning & Development


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Wellbeing: Modelling Minds and Managing the Cost of Functioning
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Thu 4 Mar 2021

Description

As part of the UIS Wellbeing initiative, we are very pleased to invite Hisham Ziauddeen a Clinical Senior Research Associate in the Department of Psychiatry and the University’s Wellbeing and Disability Champion to deliver a talk on 'Optimising Brain Functioning'. He is a consultant psychiatrist working in early intervention in psychosis.

He will talk about how we model our minds and how we manage the cost of mental functioning. He will particularly discuss the impact of work and other stress and the phenomenon of burnout. These are complex problems that have got even more complex with COVID-19 and they don’t have simple solutions but there are some ways we can ease them.

The 4 March is University Mental Health Day which aims to bring together the university community to make mental health a university-wide priority and create ongoing year round change to the future of our mental health. Now more than ever it's important to get the nation talking about our mental health.

Both staff and students are welcome to join the live event.

Target audience

All University and affiliated staff and students

Prerequisites
  • Install Microsoft Teams app. Registered attendees will be sent a Teams Live event link to join and post questions.
  • If you have any problems joining, please contact comms@uis.cam.ac.uk
Sessions

Number of sessions: 1

# Date Time Venue Trainer
1 Thu 4 Mar   16:00 - 17:00 16:00 - 17:00 Online Hisham Ziauddeen
Format

An MS Teams live presentation and Q&A

System requirements

MS Teams


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