In this podcast, Stephanie Anderson talks to Dr Paul Hamor about how to prepare for night shift on the wards.
Summary Writer: Jenny Liu
Editor: Paul Hamor
Interviewee: Paul Hamor
Paul is a Respiratory & Sleep Physician and Network Director of Physician Training at the Prince of Wales Hospital. He has had a long involvement in prevocational and undergraduate medical education. Paul has interests in the formulation of educational programs, presentation skills, delivering best evidence based-practice to the ward, as well as change methodology. He is also a strong advocate for work-life balance and has been looking at the prevention and management of junior doctor burnout and programs to promote resilience.
This podcast was originally released on 17 June 2015.
With Dr Paul Hamor, Respiratory & Sleep Physician and Network Director of Physician Training at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney, Australia*
You are a junior doctor starting your relief term in a busy tertiary hospital and you are rostered to work your first week of nights in three days’ time.
*this podcast was originally recorded in 2015, when Dr Paul Hamor was the Director of Prevocational Education and Training at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney as noted at the start of the interview.
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