Sat, 13 Feb | Online Workshop

Managing Anxiety Workshop

Join us for our virtual workshop exploring coping mechanisms for dealing with anxiety and stress in medicine to support mental wellbeing during COVID-19. Spaces are limited.
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Managing Anxiety Workshop

Time & Location

13 Feb, 10:00 – 12:00
Online Workshop

About The Event

This Webinar is part of an Interactive Teaching Programme from the Wellbeing Curriculum which is part of The Enrichment Programme, designed by The Mind Us Project Team at Melanin Medics. The 5-Part wellbeing webinar series aims to improve the mental health literacy of Black-African Caribbean Medical Students and Doctors.

Overview of the Event: The event will be split into two components.

  • Session 1 which occurs before the break, will be a plenary session led by guest speaker Dr Tim Ojo which will cover conceptual models of managing anxiety and stress.
  • Session 2 which occurs after the break will be an interactive teaching session led by the Mind Us Project Team at Melanin Medics and facilitated by Frontline Therapists; it will incorporate a wide range of learning methods such as the use of breakout rooms to discuss case scenarios.

The Plenary Session is open to the general public whilst the Teaching Session has been tailored and designed in accordance with The Enrichment Programme partners, with additional learning material being utilised to develop a Wellbeing Resource and support system for Black African and Carribean Medical Students and Doctors.

Abour out Speaker


Dr Tim Ojo is a senior clinician, an experienced coach, accredited mediator, trainer and consultant. He has a background in psychiatry and medical leadership. He was previously the Executive Medical Director and Director of Quality of Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. He is currently the Associate Registrar for Policy support at the Royal College of Psychiatrists. He is a Senior Founding Fellow of the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management and the lead of the FMLM coaching network. He has experience sitting on national advisory forums and has been involved in providing specialist consultancy support. His MBA specialisation was in HRM and he has published papers of strategy, health policy, coaching, employee engagement and leadership. His areas of interest include leadership, patient safety, policy, health, communciation and coach and mentoring.


  • 10 minutes


  • 45 minutes

    Session 1: Preparing for and managing anxiety - Dr Tim Ojo

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