Connections rather than silos, models for working together in times of disaster, change and challenge? – Dr Michael Clements
The Psychology of Kindness – Dr Jo Lukins
Sympathy will have been increased through natural selection for those communities which include the greatest number of the most sympathetic members, would flourish best, and rear the greatest number of offspring.
Charles Darwin The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex,
Being kind is an intrinsic part of being human. In the medical profession, being professional and being caring are not mutually exclusive qualities and the importance of kindness for the patient, our colleagues and ourselves is integral to good practice. As an interpersonal skill, kindness can require courage and strength and it’s benefits can be seen in our relationships, our work, our health and our personal ventures.
- Medicine: The Science of Playing the Odds – Dr Dale Hanson
- The Art of Medicine – Mr Ron McBurnie
- Mobility for Medics – Daina Clark
- A Balint Taster – Dr Jan Hanson
- Managing Diabetes: A Team Sport – Dr Jason Delaney
- Planned Happenstance or Methodically Curated: The role of career panning for health professionals – Dr Ashe Coxon.
- The view through Johari’s window: Reasoning and bias in medicine – Dr Rebecca Stewart