Keep on Radio is a podcast series designed to educate and inform doctors on a variety of matters that can impact their practice and wellbeing. These conversations have been recorded by MDA National medico-legal experts and industry leaders with real doctors.
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Things I Wish I'd Known As A New Intern
Hear from senior doctors a they share tips and advice for new interns.
Many junior doctors initially struggle with nightshift and the realities of long hours and disruptions to daily routines. In this shortcast, senior doctors provide practical tips on how to survive nightshift and adopt healthy strategies to survive and prosper.
Imposter syndrome podcasts excerpt
What is imposter phenomenon? How can you respond to imposter thoughts? This is an excerpt of MDA National's imposter syndrome podcasts. The full podcasts are only for MDA National Members. Visit mdanational.com.au/imposter-thinking for more.
Your telehealth toolkit – A podcast for dermatologists
Listen to telehealth highlights for dermatologists from our 'Pandemic practicalities' webinar, which was hosted 8 April 2020 for practice-based doctors.
This 15-minute podcast also shares updated practical tips to help you optimise your telehealth consultations.
Career complications and contending with uncertainty
Among the many challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic for junior doctors is how to respond to medical training impacts and career uncertainty.
In this podcast, Dr Caroline Elton (a psychologist who specialises in helping doctors)and Dr Benjamin Veness (a Psychiatry registrar) share advice for coping with medical training and career delays, disruptions and unknowns.
The information in this recording is provided as a guide only and MDA National accepts no responsibility for it being up-to-date or how it may apply to your personal situation.
A 10-minute video excerpt from this conversation can be found at https://vimeo.com/444761115/01a0d3a8e4.
Diplomacy in a hierarchy: tips for approaching a difficult conversation with a senior colleague
Resolving a disagreement or conflict can be hard and it’s a skill that needs practise. In this podcast Dr Eddie Kim (a resident medical officer), Dr Paul Eleftheriou (a chief medical officer) and Dr Kiely Kim (MDA National medico-legal adviser and general practitioner), explore top tips for approaching a difficult and possibly daunting conversation with a senior colleague.
References and related resources for this episode can be viewed at https://www.mdanational.com.au/miscellaneous/difficult-conversations-support-material