BSCAH National

Royal College of Emergency Medicine: Emergency hypnosis

When: 08/07/2022 9.15 - 16.30

The Royal College of Emergency Medicine
Octavia House
54 Ayres Street
London SE1 1EU.

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Hypnosis is an evidenced technique for improving quality of care for patients and staff wellbeing. For clinicians, it increases relaxation, wellbeing and prevention of burnout. There is benefit for the patient as an adjuvant in managing a wide variety of ailments. This day will introduce you to some simple relaxation and hypnosis techniques you can start to use immediately.

Learning objectives:

  1. To have the option of experiencing a light hypnotic trance
  2. To develop awareness of where and when hypnosis might be used in the emergency department the indications and contraindications
  3. Consider the structure of hypnotic language and ways to incorporate it into daily practice
  4. Awareness of techniques for increasing staff wellbeing, including hypnosis.
  5. An awareness of the potential applications of hypnosis in anaesthetic practice, including anxiety management, pain, obstetrics, paediatrics, phobias
  6. To have awareness of informal techniques that will benefit patients.
If you have any questions about this event, please get in touch with us by emailing or calling 020 3931 0700.