Building Resilience In Medicine (BRIM) for Medical Students

Australian Medical Placements, 313 Payneham Road, Royston Park
Building a skill-set to withstand, recover and grow from the stress derived from a high-pressure career is vital to reduce the psychological distress that can be experienced. 

The BRIM program aims to effect positive and enduring changes in participant's personal and professional lives.

This *free* one-day workshop will provide medical students with resources, tools and supports in relation to mindfulness, time management and positive psychology.

The workshop is aimed towards 1st & 2nd Year Medical students who will be able to gain key strategies to manage good health and wellbeing whilst studying medicine and therefore preparing the ground for them to thrive onto the next stage of their doctor career!

Hosted by Doctors’ Health SA, Medical Director, Dr Roger Sexton and the following facilitators:

“Mindful Self-Care for the Medic” - presented by Dr Maura Kenny (Consultant Psychiatrist)

“Medical Professional Time Management”- presented by Mr Hugh Kearns (Time Management Consultant)

“Mental Health in a Nut Shell” - presented by Associate Professor Jill Benson (GP)

The workshop commences at 8.00am for registration, then main program at 8.30am.  Refreshments and lunch are included with the day finishing at 4.00pm.

More details on the BRIM program and the presenters here.


Download Registration Form here or contact Program Officer, Kiara Cannizzaro by email or phone DHSA 08 8232 1250.

  • Numbers are limited, please RSVP by 5pm, Wednesday 18th April, 2018.
Studying medicine can be a stressful and challenging stage of your medical career.