NHS Practitioner Health in collaboration with Doctors in Distress - The Wounded Healer Book Club

Welcome to the Wounded Healer Book club

As part of the preparation for the International Practitioner Health Summit 2022: The Wounded Healer Conference 17-18 March 2022, NHS Practitioner Health and Doctors in Distress will be hosting ' The Wounded Healer Book Club' for all health and care professionals to join.  Over the next six months we will be featuring authors and their books from the conference. All of the books reflect on experiences of being a clinician, mental health and wellbeing and the day to day trials of working in the health and care systems.

The book club will give you the opportunity to meet with some of the authors and reflect on their books with fellow health and care professionals. 

The first book club is taking place on Thursday 25th November 2021 at 5.30pm.  The 2nd book being discussed will by authors Dr Karen Forshaw & Chrissie Mowbray - How to Rise: A Complete Resilience Manual
Our previous book discussed was by by author and key note speaker, Dr Rachel Clarke - Breathtaking and future books will include Adam Kay - This is Going to Hurt and following the conference in March 22 (attendees will receive a free copy of the book) Dame Clare Gerada - Beneath the White Coat.

By registering for the club we will send you details each month in advance of the title and online book club logins. You are welcome to join each month or follow online using the hashtag #WoundedHealer22books

1. Name?


2. Email address? *


3. Will you be attending the International Practitioner Health Summit 2022: The Wounded Healer Conference


4. Our 2nd book club will feature Dr Karen Forshaw & Chrissie Mowbray with their book 'How to Rise: A Complete Resilience Manual' - please send through any questions you would like to add to the Q&A.