A new podcast from The BMJ, to help GP's feel more connected, heard, and supported.
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This week, our topic is fear: we try to get a better understanding of fear, how it affects all of us as clinicians for better or for worse, and the impact that fear has on the ways in which we approach our patients & practice. Does fear distort our judgement, and increase the likelihood of blundering, or does a healthy dose of fear help to keep us grounded?
Iona Heath is a former GP and president of the Royal College of GPs.
Danielle Ofri is an internist at Bellevue Hospital in New York, and Clinical Professor of Medicine at NYU School of Medicine. She has written several books on topics such as medical error and how doctors’ emotions affect their practice.
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