In this season 3 round up I reflect on the podcast journey to date and celebrate the rich and growing community and content. Leadership and leading change in clinician wellbeing were overarching themes this season. The Stanford WellMD conceptual model of professional fulfilment (https://wellmd.stanford.edu/about/model-external.html) provides a good framework and lens to view this season's conversations relating to wider organisational and systems efficiency, high performing teams and building positive inclusive cultures of wellbeing, and individual tools, skills and supports. Thank you to the incredible guests who have generously donated their time and expertise to contribute to the podcast and thanks for listening, sharing and helping to grow this community. My word for this year is POSSIBILITY and I see it everywhere. I look forward to joining you for Season 4 and more great guest content, conversations, collaboration and connection. Thanks Cheryl
"Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better." Maya Angelou
"If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants"
Top episode downloaded in S3
Leading Organisational Change in Clinician Wellbeing with Dr Joanna Sinclair
Wellness - centred leadership
Shanafelt T, Trockel M, Rodriguez A, Logan D. Wellness-Centered Leadership: Equipping Health Care Leaders to Cultivate Physician Well-Being and Professional Fulfillment. Acad Med. 2021 May 1;96(5):641-651. doi: 10.1097/ACM.0000000000003907. PMID: 33394666; PMCID: PMC8078125.
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The Revitalizing Doctor
Being Better Together Podcast
The Emergency Mind Podcast
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