Coping with COVID podcast
In this episodeHelen is joined by Shivani, who graduated in Medicine in 2021.Shivani looks back on her experiences of 5th year, and how reflection and journaling unexpectedly helped hercope with lockdowns and difficult situations on placement.
Niamh graduated in Medicine in 2021and wasWellbeingrep forLivPsychlast year.Last Christmas,shewrote a blogpost about the12Days ofWellbeing, includingthe UltimateBoxing DaySandwich:https://mindinconversation.wordpress.com/2020/12/23/niamhs
Medical students have made a vital contribution to the COVID vaccinationprogrammein LiverpoolThere have been lots of challenges along the way, but it has transformed many peoples lives andis changing how healthcare is delivered. In this episode Helen
After a break in podcast episodes, were back witha second series.Things are very different to when we were releasing podcast episodes before, but we are still Coping with COVID in various ways.In this episode, Helen is joined by Henry,whorecently
Helen discusses resilience with Dr Warren Donnellan. Warren talks about the ecological model of resilience and identifying the resources that can help us through challenging times.Here are links to the two papers that Warren refers to in the podcast:ht
In this episode, Helen is joined by Etienne, a third year diagnostic radiography student who has worked and been on placement in the NHS during COVID-19. We talked about how placements have been different during the pandemic,
In this episode, Helen talks to Danny Blair, a Lecturer in Radiotherapy at the University of Liverpool. They discuss the importance of social connections, how the Radiotherapy Department have been supporting students during COVID-19,
In this episode, Helen is joined by Dr Dean Burnett, a neuroscientist and author. They talk about the effect on our mental wellbeing of spending time outdoors or with a view of nature, and the new appreciation many of us have for going outside after lo...
Helen is joined by Professor Vicky Karkou, Director for the Research Centre for Arts and Wellbeing at Edge Hill University. Lots of us have been dancing, singing, painting, cooking, gardening, and doing craft projects during COVID-19.
In this episode, Helen is joined by Professor Laurence Alison and Emily Alison, to revisit the topic of resilience (episode 2). We talk about the four pillars of resilience: health, purpose, joy and feedback,