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'When surgeons become patients: occupational health and wellbeing for doctors'


Evie KempDr Evie Kemp is the lead Occupational Health consultant at the Centre for Occupational Health and Wellbeing, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. She has a special interest in physician health and lectures and has run seminars on health and wellbeing for doctors in the UK, Europe and North America. She is a member of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine Health for Health Professionals steering group, which coordinates enhanced competency training for Occupational Health physicians who see doctors as patients. She is also the Occupational Health physician for Oxford Deanery and sees junior doctors in need of support. Evie is qualified in cognitive behavioural therapy skills and is interested in the role of cognitive behaviour therapy in the Occupational Health consultation.


All members of the University and NHS clinical staff are welcome.