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TUC: Preventing burnout and increase wellbeing

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Being a union rep can be extremely stressful and the risk of burnout can threaten your mental health and wellbeing. Stress and the risk of burnout are a genuine and a growing risk to our mental health. 

Join Dr Miriam Fine, Personal Development and Healthcare Quality Improvement Coach, who will explore and discuss ways to identify and deal with the emotional challenges of being a union rep and the external pressures you face. Dr Fine will share helpful techniques you can use to influence your own emotional state and offer tips you can share with your workplace.

 This event was hosted by the TUC through the Crowdcast platform. Accord is not responsible for this material.

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