Imagine if, as a doctor, you could eradicate a disease that is maiming, even killing, people through making some changes to the way you live your life.
Would you do it?
Stress and burnout in doctors is causing us to make mistakes. The way we are ‘being’ as doctors in work and life is causing us to betray the very foundation of our profession; first, do no harm.
When Dr Roger Bannister became the first person to run a mile in under four minutes, he challenged a paradigm of what was possible, he went first. Once he’d taken that step and shown that a new possibility existed, others were able to do it too.
Driven by his mission to help doctors live exceptional lives, Dr Sam Hazledine has successfully lobbied the World Medical Association to amend the Declaration of Geneva, the Physician’s Oath, to include the need for doctors to foster their own health and wellbeing.
Four years of research have resulted in the evidence-based wellbeing for doctors in Medicine’s Four Minute Mile:
• Sam will challenge your paradigm about what it means to put your patient first
• You will learn evidence-based behaviours to improve your own wellbeing today
• You will reconnect with that inner drive that compelled you to become a doctor in the first place
• And much more to reclaim your energy and live an exceptional life.
You have invested many years and countless hours to master your medical skills, isn’t it worth investing just a bit more time to master the behaviours that will cause you to live an exceptional life and provide care of the highest standard?
Join Dr Sam Hazledine and invest in your own wellbeing, so you can provide your patients with the best version of you.
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