College of Intensive Care Medicine offers a comprehensive Member Assistance Program (MAP) designed to assist you in meeting the challenges and demands of your work and personal life.
The Member Assistance Program (MAP) is a professional counselling service that offers confidential, short-term support for a variety of work-related and personal problems that may be affecting you at work or at home. The Member Assistance Program gives you access to qualified professionals, including psychologists, social workers and management coaches.
Your MAP can help with a range of issues and concerns, including:
The below articles have been produced by the CICM Welfare Special Interest Group.
For more information about the group or information to join, please click below
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Bullying and Discrimination in ICU
How does being an Expatriate, Immigrant, IMG affect your Wellbeing
Culture and Health Care Organisations - so what if we have a problem
Critical Incident Support
Positive and Inclusive Language
Cooling Burnout with Meditation
Dealing with Exam Stress
Work Life Balance
A Family Members Perspective on the CICM Exams
The Impaired Colleague
Dealing with Failure
Having Your Own GP
Dealing with Personal Trauma
The importance of SLEEP
Return to Work Support
Safety II: Implictions for Staff Wellbeing
Mental Wellbeing - Are you ok?
Positive Psychology and Performance Psychology in Critical Care
Have a Think About Mentoring
The CICM Welfare Special Interest Group is pleased to announce the upcoming webinars in our new series of Welfare Webinars for CICM Fellows and Trainees.
Liz Crowe - How Are Intensive Care Staff Supposed To Feel In A Disaster And After A Year Of Turmoil?
Friday 6 November 2020, 11 am AEDT
0800 611 116