A frequently forgotten foundation to improved resiliency and performance as a healthcare provider is the understanding of how to approach trauma, including a neurobiologically-based approach to managing triggering. This skill is applicable not only to our work, but also to our personal lives. Attend this 2 hour workshop held during the College of Family Physicians of Canada's Family Medicine Forum, FMF 2019 (Session F66), to learn why trigger management skills is so important to resiliency-building, and learn some key neurobiologically-based, point-of-care tools that incorporate both mindfulness and mentalization for enhanced interactions with our patients, our colleagues, our staff, friends, family, and even with ourselves.

  • Date: 01/11/2019 09:55 AM
  • Location Vancouver Convention Centre, FMF 2019 (Map)

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