Should I leave clinical medicine?

By the time people book in to see me they have often been puzzling and fretting over this question for months or even years. This question is a biggie. It is one of the commonest reasons people come to me for coaching and I'm grateful for those who choose to include me (as a coach) … Continue reading Should I leave clinical medicine?

Why Medical Writing

Medical writing can be a rewarding career or sideline for clinicians. As a clinician you are an expert at what you do. You have spent years honing your skills and building a practice and a reputation. But in addition to your skills as a clinician involved in face-to-face care – there is a huge market for … Continue reading Why Medical Writing

The answers – they lie within

Time and again people come to me looking for something outside of themselves that will make them happy. Looking for a different speciality, a different job, a different life. Always the endless search for the solution to the feeling of emptiness, of discontent, and sometimes of despair. And this quest is always external – always … Continue reading The answers – they lie within

Five ways writing enhances your clinical practice

So your interested in incorporating medical writing into your career. medical writing is not only helpful as a standalone career that can be done from home, but it can also be useful for enhancing your clinical practice. Here are five reasons why health writing can be good for you…and your clinical:Earn a second incomeWriting can often … Continue reading Five ways writing enhances your clinical practice

What really needs to change in healthcare…and what you can do about it

It's so good to see the medical profession organising itself and doctors and students actively working to promote their own wellbeing.I for one, can't read anymore articles about physician suicide and distress - it truly is time to start to put things right. We, as health care professionals, should not be destroyed by our jobs … Continue reading What really needs to change in healthcare…and what you can do about it