Browsing category:

Professional Opinion

March 12, 2018

Emotional Intelligence and Resilience Training for Postgraduate Doctors

Developing professionalism is a core expectation of modern health professional education; doctors must manage high levels of demand and responsibility in constantly changing circumstances of high emotion, while at the same time facing increasing public expectations and living up to the standards required for all doctors.

A Professional opinion article from Dr Isra Hassan, Dr Thomas Kitchen and Dr Laura Jackson from the Royal College of Anaesthetists

October 09, 2017

Communication and a Culture of Change

In both the Focus Group and at Academy council it was agreed that we need a culture change more than anything else. We need to learn to respect other professionals of all grades and to realise that we all have different expertise and service pressure, which impact on the patient journey and health care. The next step is to look at how we can change some of the systems to improve the behaviours and professional communication particularly between doctors.

A Professional Opinion Article from Dr Jane Fenton-May, Royal College of General Practitioners