Personal opinion by Robin Youngson: It pays to listen to our bodies. Picture this: I’m doing my morning meditation and the stress starts to fall from my body. Tense muscles
Physician suicide is hitting the headlines at the moment, thanks in part to the outstanding efforts of Dr Pamela Wible to highlight these tragic events. More than 400 doctors end
A thought-provoking blog from Pamela Wible, MD. Here’s the latest medical fad: Physician resiliency training. Huh? Doctors are already the most resilient people on the planet. Doctors can go days
Feeling overwhelmed, losing the joy in your work, stressed out, heading for burnout? This workshop is for you. We invite you to attend a day of renewal, reconnection and healing.
In our travels in the USA, Hearts in Healthcare met inspiring healthcare leaders from the University of Virginia, including Dorrie K. Fontaine, the Dean of the School of Nursing. Here
Dr Anju Yogakumar is a member of Hearts in Healthcare, the international movement to rehumanise healthcare and to strengthen compassion and caring.
Cartoon by Leunig
This awesome, eight-week programme was taught to busy health professionals in eight weekly 30-minute sessions. We really admired the “one-minute concepts” – such as the ‘attention-distraction-mindfulness’ graph of being distracted
In the Western world we’re obsessed with self-esteem. And as a medical specialist who trained fourteen years to year the pinnacle of my clinical career – a senior staff anesthesiologist