When was the last time you watched something that you felt simply had to have a wider audience?
For me that was last night. Tim Leeuwenburg of Kangaroo Island, Australia had already presented this talk to the wide community of SMACC in Chicago, but by sharing his story and reflections on video, it makes for compulsive viewing by all clinicians, from those about to hit the wards and experience ‘grown up’ clinical responsibility, to those who are approaching burnout – or who are keen to identify burnout in others.
As a rural GP I found Tim’s story compelling and relevant, and I think others will too. If you can tolerate the graphic nudity (it’s worth it), take or make 30 minutes in your life to watch this. And share.