Vulnerability is the key that unlocks the untapped resource of each other. Read this article on ABC Health.
A presentation I gave at Don’t Forget The Bubble 2017 Acute Paediatric Conference On Brisbane, Australia. Watch this if: 1. You’ve ever wondered how I actually sound in real life (don’t laugh) 2. You’re interested in the paediatric #ENTsurgery #Airway smorgasboard Watch the talk here.
Like it or not, your life carries a message. Your vocation is an expression of that message. Often your life message is inadvertently preached without much thought from you. “He’s really nice.” “She’s a good doctor, but with a difficult personality.” “She always brings a lot of joy and cheer.” “He’s funny, but don’t ever … More Healthcare Values and Life Message
I read this today. This breaks my heart. This is the second suicide death I learned in the last 3 months in this city. Neither were junior doctors. My heart breaks when I read these phrases: “stresses of his chosen career” & “he failed to seek the support”. Although the words of this obituary may … More Yet Another Doctor Suicide
Part 1 of Teaching Trilogy Doctor comes from the Latin word “Docero”, which means teacher. Being a doctor is being a teacher. Teaching is a significant part of what we do every day. Teaching patients how to live healthier lives. Teaching trainees how to be better clinicians. Teaching colleagues how to better care for patients. … More Teaching as a Habit
It was an honour to interview the man who dedicated his life to pushing the boundaries of medical innovation. Prof Clark is the inventor of the cochlear implant, a medical marvel affectionately also known as the Bionic Ear. The idea that you could give hearing to the deaf is astounding. We do it in so … More Prof Graeme Clark & The Bionic Ear
Here’s my interview with Dr Tarang Patel from Doctor Money Matters. Enjoy! Let me know what you think.