49 min

Are burnout and silence connected? The case of junior doctors The Burnout Recovery Podcast

    • Mental Health

Are burnout and silence connected? The case of junior doctorsShow Notes: In this episode of The Burnout Recovery Podcast, guest Victoria Lister opens up about the connection between burnout and employee voice in the medical profession. With a focus on junior doctors, Victoria explores the impact of the hidden curriculum, hierarchical structures, and cultural norms that discourage speaking up. Join Dr Jo Braid and Victoria Lister as they discuss the importance of empowering healthcare professionals to find their voice and create positive change in their workplace.Junior doctors will know they’re not alone – that the difficulties they face have been recognised and that people are working on this issue. Senior doctors can take action to change the status quo, creating environments in which speaking up is encouraged, the organisational climate is safe, and the culture is kind. As new professionals in elite professions, we are enculturated/socialised into those worlds. The narratives we are fed are very powerful. Develop awareness of what it is you are immersed in and be true to you.Resources:victoria@victorialister.comwww.linkedin.com/in/victoria-lister/www.hummingbirdpie.com/

 

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Are burnout and silence connected? The case of junior doctorsShow Notes: In this episode of The Burnout Recovery Podcast, guest Victoria Lister opens up about the connection between burnout and employee voice in the medical profession. With a focus on junior doctors, Victoria explores the impact of the hidden curriculum, hierarchical structures, and cultural norms that discourage speaking up. Join Dr Jo Braid and Victoria Lister as they discuss the importance of empowering healthcare professionals to find their voice and create positive change in their workplace.Junior doctors will know they’re not alone – that the difficulties they face have been recognised and that people are working on this issue. Senior doctors can take action to change the status quo, creating environments in which speaking up is encouraged, the organisational climate is safe, and the culture is kind. As new professionals in elite professions, we are enculturated/socialised into those worlds. The narratives we are fed are very powerful. Develop awareness of what it is you are immersed in and be true to you.Resources:victoria@victorialister.comwww.linkedin.com/in/victoria-lister/www.hummingbirdpie.com/

 

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The information provided on or through our Site, products and/or services is intended to be for informational purposes only. It does not constitute or replace professional advice for individual or specific situations and nor does it take into account your specific needs or circumstances. Under no circumstances should the content made available on our Site, or regarding our products and/or services be relied upon as professional legal, medical, financial, business or other advice. You agree to obtain these services if you need these. Our Site may have articles and content that is of a general nature and is intended to be for informational purposes only. Your access to and use of they Site is subject to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. 
See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

49 min