Time to cry and reflect. True story, not fictionalised

Doctors’ wellbeing: learning from Richard’s death … Dr Kate Harding writes in #MJAInSight … "Colleagues are hit hard by the loss of a doctor … to #suicide … remorse and guilt that I feel as Richard’s wife are felt by his friends & workmates too https://t.co/DH5HX1tJta pic.twitter.com/yZl9OV6bjg — MJA (@theMJA) May 13, 2018


How to remain a doctor?

Heart-rending stuff. "What I am pondering is how to remain in medicine. The fear of a complaint looms large, given the consequences for my husband, one of the best doctors I have known. How to remain a doctor, when I couldn’t even keep my husband alive?"https://t.co/4bIxqYbxyM — Rachel Clarke (@doctor_oxford) February 24, 2018


Danger, Breakdown ahead

This is the final post of three I’ve been writing about my breakdown at work. The other two, When the Plates Came Crashing Down and The Joy of a Broken Toy, covered how my breakdown felt and the process of getting back to work but this blog will cover how I felt leading up to […]… Continue Reading