How to put into practice some methods of making your work easier!
If you have an overloaded schedule with more things than you can manage, this course will help you out.
You should be open to try new things out in order to implement them to your system.
This course is for:
- Specialized Physicians
- Physicians Assistants
- Trainee Doctors
- Medical Students
In this course you will learn:
- Learn how to prioritize activities
- Get to know habits which make work productive vs. unproductive
- Optimize the way you use time
- How to become responsible for work time
Learn the basic skills for improving your ability to manage your work time more efficiently by applying general validated techniques based on the practical experiences of other physicians.
With this introductory course for physicians you learn to put into practice techniques for making your work easier and therefore more productive
The course covers principally four modules:
- Get to know the two crucial steps in time-management
- Learn how to reduce unproductive working habits
- Find techniques for reducing administration, phone calls and procrastination
- Build methods for rearrangement of clinical work
Time-management is the fundament, which helps you in organizing your work day
A successful work time management brings you a higher efficiency in work and helps you in reducing your stress level. Consequently, your work safety for you and your patients will increase. You will be more satisfied with your work, because you will feel of having control over your work time.
Content and Overview
In this course of 7 lectures you will learn all the fundamental tools for organizing your work in a more efficient way. The modules present a toolkit of possibilities you have for making your work easier, but you have to adapt them to your own work style and personality. The course is suitable for physicians who are already familiarized with work productivity.
I will take you through a step-by-step process in which we will first learn about the two crucial steps in time-management and why they are so important in your work. Then we will get to know the most usual habits, which do not make your work more efficiently and methods of reducing them. The middle part of the course will speak about strategies for handling paperwork, phone calls and procrastination. By the end of the course we will come up with methods for organizing your clinical work. The course closes with exercises referring to essential parts of this, to be able to put your new learned skills into practical use immediately.
By completing the course the accumulated experience will help you in putting the theoretical knowledge into your daily practice. Others have succeeded, your are also able to do this!