Addressing the big questions in healthcare and life in general, with advisory and discussion from Dr Sam Hazledine.
Working with Māori Communities Ten Minutes with Dr Matire Harwood (PhD, MBChB) Ngāpuhi When she was just seven years old, Matire Harwood’s grandfather told her she would become a doctor. She is now widely recognised for her contribution to Māori health and research into health inequities between indigenous and non-indigenous people.Dr Robin Youngson is an exceptional doctor, author and speaker. He came to medicine via an unusual route. He initially went to University to study Engineering, but soon realised that medicine was his true calling. “Halfway through my engineering degree I became more aware of my father’s work and he was a doctor, and I realized the kind of satisfaction that he had from his work,” he says.
Don't waste energy on the limiting beliefs of others Our energy is precious As doctors we look after a lot of people but it’s time we should look after each other and support each other.Be willing to question the status quo Today cannot be as good as it gets Every day is just the beginning Never stop questioning What keeps me going is the unknown