Articles tagged with "Improving work/life balance"
In the second part of our interview, Professor Cary Cooper answers questions on job satisfaction for doctors and how to reduce the causes of stress.
How can doctors achieve work/life balance? Why are doctors reporting less job satisfaction?
Professor Cary Cooper answers your questions.
Dr Jamie Rylance shares the many ways in which a stint for Voluntary Services Overseas has brought him great benefit.
Dr Mary McCreery gives useful nutrition advice for doctors trying to keep on top of their medical careers, while maybe working long or erratic hours and/or looking after their families.
What makes a doctor stressed and what can he or she do about it?
Are you serious about medical relief work - and ideally two to three years post-qualification with some experience of working overseas? The specialist aid charity Merlin might be one option. We interviewed a doctor who's been with them for over ten years.
In part one of our interview, Sonia Hutton-Taylor, founder of Medical Forum, talks through some of the ways in which she helps doctors through a period of transition
In the second part of our interview, Sonia Hutton-Taylor, founder of Medical Forum, talks psychommetric tests and advice for doctors making a career change
Dr Alan Cohen, National Primary Care Advisor IAPT, Director of Primary Care, West London Mental Health Trust, and former Senior Fellow at the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health, looks at the relationship between work and mental health.
Dr Jo Leahy, life coach and former GP Principal, explains how life coaching can help with recruitment, retention and development.
Dr Anita Houghton explores the practical ways that personality and work/life balance are important factors in considering career direction.
Dr Mary McCreery gives more advice on diet and nutrition, including help maintaining concentration during exams, boosting your immune system and maintaining energy while working long hours, plus information from recent cases.
Interview with Kathleen Sullivan, On Call Coaching
Dr Susan Kersley uncovers the five biggest mistakes doctors make in relation to time management
The first of Dr Anita Houghton's interviews looks at the special considerations of being in the medical profession - for doctors thinking about a change of direction (inside or outside medicine).
Exploring the options for doctors' careers overseas and links to further information and organisations that can help.
If you'd like to use your medical qualifications and experience to work outside the NHS, here are some of the options, both in the UK and overseas.