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Junior Doctor's Corner
40 minutes | 19 days ago
#43 A Career in Digital Health: What, Why, How
In this episode, Dr Dana had the privilege of interviewing Dr Amandeep Hansra. She is a GP, mother, leading Digital Health expert, found of Creative Careers in Medicine and a humbly wonderful human being. If you're curious about a career in Digital Health or would like to get involved, this episode is a must-listen! To purchase tickets to CCIM Conference 2020, head to https://creativecareersinmedicine.com/ccim-2020/Dr Dana will also be a speaker there!https://www.juniordoctorscorner.com/
44 minutes | a month ago
#42 Changing the Culture of Medicine with Kindness
If there was anyone who could outcompete the kindest person in the world, it'd be Dr Amran Dhillon. Not only does he believe that kindness is the key to improving the culture of Medicine, he lives and breathes it. Listen to learn about the many creative ways you can, as a registrar, be more kind to your juniors. And even if you're not a registrar yet, take notes now for later.
41 minutes | 2 months ago
#41 Lifestyle Medicine: Fact or Fad?
You may have heard of the term "Lifestyle Medicine" being thrown around recently. It's a real thing! In this episode, Dana chatted to Dr Sam Manger who's the president of Australian Society of Lifestyle Medicine. They break down what exactly it is, why it's relevant and how to practice it.
23 minutes | 2 months ago
#40 Is an MBA right for you?
Dana speaks to John Kenny who's a medical physicist gone consultant and entrepreneur about what it means to study a Masters in Business Administration, the pros and cons, and how to choose which MBA institution would be the right fit for you.
21 minutes | 3 months ago
#39 Art of Anatomy
Dana speaks to Dr Lauren Squires, founder of Almost Anatomical on how and why she started her side hustle of creating beautiful anatomically inspired artworks. Lauren is also currently a junior doctor and she shares how she juggles between working long hours in a hospital, her business and keeping sane.
38 minutes | 3 months ago
#38 Good nights: do's and don'ts of afterhours shifts
If you're wondering what working an afterhours shifts as a junior doctor are all about, don't be left floundering in the dark. Evening and night shifts are some of the most challenging yet essential aspects of internship and residency. This episode provides one of the most comprehensive introductions to nights and evening shifts for junior doctors in the Australian healthcare system. Join Dr Helen Zhang, a Sydney-based junior doctor fresh out of a ward call rotation, as she interviews Dr Nidhi Krishnan, a Paediatrics Registrar from Queensland Health, who has experienced many afterhours battles as they discuss in detail the do's and don'ts of afterhours shifts.
31 minutes | 4 months ago
#37 Doctor on Social Media: the good and bad
Dr Izzy Smith did not expect her Instagram profile to take off the way it did when she first started it. What were her secret ingredients? Listen to find out the good and the bad of being a doctor on social media. www.juniordoctorscorner.com
22 minutes | 4 months ago
#36 Becoming a Medical Leader
Dr Dana sits down with Dr Hashim Abdeen, the current Chair of Australian Medical Association (AMA) Council of Doctors in Training to learn what it takes to be a medical leader. Hash also shares with us how he got involved with the AMA So if you've always wanted to become a medical leader, this is a must-listen episode! www.juniordoctorscorner.com
19 minutes | 5 months ago
#35 A career in medical law
Dana speaks to Dr Melanie Tan about how she ended up as a doctor AND a lawyer and what her work entails. Melanie also shares with us some tips on getting involved in medical law and how to avoid medicolegal nightmares when it comes to seeing patients via Telehealth. www.juniordoctorscorner.com
29 minutes | 5 months ago
#34 The style guide for doctors
In this fun episode, Dana chats to Majella, a stylist from Brisbane about clothing and style for doctors. Majella shares why clothing can have an impact on our work and how our patients perceive us as doctors.
24 minutes | 6 months ago
#33 The ultimate tool you can bank on for OSCEs
Dana talks to Dr Philip Belleville, the founder of OSCEbank, the ultimate tool for acing medical school OSCEs. Philip shares some lessons he learnt creating an online learning tool from scratch and juggling business with Medicine. Listen out for the 20% discount code off your first subscription with OSCEbank.www.juniordoctorscorner.com
24 minutes | 7 months ago
#32 Preventing and managing burnout during COVID19
Looking after your mental health is important and the COVID19 pandemic makes it extra challenging. Dr Amy Imms, from The Burnout Project, shares her story and experience of burnout and how she overcame it. In this interview, she shows us the steps on how to prevent and manage burnout.www.juniordoctorscorner.com
24 minutes | 7 months ago
#31 Financial Wellbeing for Junior Doctors
In this episode, Dana asks Mr Shaun Clements, a financial adviser, on how junior doctors can optimise their financial wellbeing. Please note this podcast episode is not to be relied on as personal advice and the content discussed is general in nature only. This is NOT a sponsored episode. https://www.juniordoctorscorner.com
36 minutes | 8 months ago
#30 You Talk, We Lysn
Finally! The much-awaited episode (in our opinion), Dana's interview with Dr Jonathan King is here! Jonathan created Lysn, the game-changing platform helping patients access psychologists when they need them the most (not 30 days later because of a waiting list). Listen to find out more about why Jonathan created Lysn and how patients are benefiting from it.
26 minutes | 8 months ago
#29 Dealing with Imposter Syndrome
We welcomed Dr Jocelyn Lowinger back as a podcast guest after a successful interview with her about "Carving your own path in medicine". In this episode, we talk about what Imposter Syndrome is and how we as doctors can best deal with it! www.juniordoctorscorner.com
20 minutes | 9 months ago
#28 Making Music and Medicine
Dr Lily Vrtik, in addition to being a plastic surgeon, has a great love for music. In this interview, she shares with us how music has formed an important part of her life and career and why hobbies are essential for doctors' wellbeing.
41 minutes | 9 months ago
#27 Changing the Culture of Medicine
Yes, this episode is extra long but what better way to kick start the 2020 season than an interview with Dr Bethan Richards! She shares with us the changes she's made to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital since she became Chief Medical Wellness Officer and how we can shift the culture of Medicine for the better.
10 minutes | a year ago
#26 2019 Wrap Up
In this final episode for 2019, I wanted to take the time to thank everyone who has supported this podcast. I also chat about some new things to look forward to for 2020. www.juniordoctorscorner.com
40 minutes | a year ago
#25 Preventing Suicide, One Fairy Floss at a Time
Fairy Floss Friday, the brainchild of Dr Michael Kale a few of his colleagues, is an annual event that spreads joy and mental health education among hospital staff. I catch up with Michael to chat about how Fairy Floss Friday came about and what the future holds for their charity organisation.
25 minutes | a year ago
#24 Locuming 101
In this episode, I sat down with Dr Victoria Cox who has been locuming in RMO and junior registrar roles for the past few years and talked about all its perks and drawbacks. So if you've been thinking about locuming, don't start without listening to this episode first!
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