'With intelligence and keen insight based on extensive clinical, organisational and life experience, Drs Leanne Rowe and Michael Kidd deliver a powerful wake-up call to doctors. Writing with warmth and empathy but no holds barred, they ask us to 'get our own house in order' for the benefit of all involved. I believe that doctors throughout the world will appreciate their efforts and resonate with the quality and character of the work'.
Professor David Bennett, The Children's Hospital at Westmead, Australia
'Every Doctor' is about thriving in medicine at a time of massive advances and changes in global health systems and medical services. A medical career requires personal fortitude, courage and humility, and this invaluable book shares practical solutions to inevitable challenges through the stories and wisdom of experienced doctors. The authors recognise that while individual resilience is essential, so is the ability to influence change by challenging negative medical cultures and 'out of touch' models of leadership. By collaborating, every doctor can:
- improve their physical and mental health to provide patient care of the highest standard;
- work with colleagues to create a healthier and happier medical culture; and
- lead and influence positive changes in their workplaces every day.
The book is a must-read for doctors of all specialties at all stages of their careers wherever they practise in the world, because exemplary care of patients, peers, profession and self is a lifelong journey.
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Leanne Rowe is Clinical Professor and Deputy Chancellor, Monash University, Australia
Michael Kidd is Professor and Chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto, Canada; Professorial Fellow, Murdoch Children's Research Institute, Australia; and Professor of Global Primary Care, Southgate Institute for Health, Equity and Society, Flinders University, Australia
Introduction. Section 1: Every doctor improve their physical and mental health to provide patient care of the highest standard. Discovering our 'mighty purpose'. Experiencing joy and beauty in medicine. Taking control of our time. Strengthening our personal resilience. Nurturing strong relationships at home. Trusting our own doctor. Prioritising our wellness and physical health. Dealing with immense stress. Living with loss, grief and serious illness. Seeking help for mental health problems early. Section 2: Every doctor can work with colleagues to create a healthier and happier medical culture. Creating healthier clinical teams. Managing challenging behaviours together. Learning from complaints and clinical errors to change systems of care. Calling out conscious and unconscious biases. Eliminating sexual harassment, discrimination and bullying. Preventing and managing patient initiated violence. Supporting colleagues to respond to serious mental illness. Looking after our physical environment. Section 3: Every doctor can lead and influence positive changes in their workplaces every day. Medical leadership research. Practical aspects of medical leadership. Contributing to global, national and local medical membership organisations. The why and how of healthy everyday medical leadership
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