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A contemporary challenge: Leading culture change in medicine for clinician wellbeing

A contemporary challenge: Leading culture change in medicine for clinician wellbeing

In this third article in our series on clinician wellbeing, Dr Caitlin Weston discusses the need for a culture change in medicine and the practical steps organisations can take to support a ...
How to gain leadership support for clinician wellbeing [What you need to know]

How to gain leadership support for clinician wellbeing [What you need to know]

In this second blog in our Clinician Wellbeing series, Dr Caitlin Weston discusses the critical role of leadership support for clinician wellbeing through development and implementation of ...
How the focus on clinician wellbeing is changing patient care and the healthcare system

How the focus on clinician wellbeing is changing patient care and the healthcare system

This is the first article in our Clinician Wellbeing series written by Dr Caitlin Weston who works as a consultant to Med Apps providing direction and content for the Wellbeing section of Med ...
Improving clinician wellbeing, engagement, and culture: How hospital management can support the system

Improving clinician wellbeing, engagement, and culture: How hospital management can support the system

In this second article on clinician wellbeing, we present considerations that are important for hospital administrators and management, who are most often charged with the task of developing ...
MedApps & The Australian Framework for Doctors Mental Health: Promoting Evidence Based Wellbeing Resources

MedApps & The Australian Framework for Doctors Mental Health: Promoting Evidence Based Wellbeing Resources

In October 2020, the new Australian Framework for Doctors Mental Health was launched by national stakeholders including Everymind, the Australian Medical Association and Health Minister Greg ...
Dashboard Updates: 6 May 2021

Dashboard Updates: 6 May 2021

2021 is off to a busy start. Between intern orientation, new nursing grads starting and the vaccine rollout we realise the importance of maintaining high signal to noise communications and making
Reflections on 3 years at MedApps

Reflections on 3 years at MedApps

This month marks the end of 3 full years at MedApps and what a time it has been. I can honestly say I’ve learned more about myself, business, teams and relationships in the last three years than ...
MedApps and Black Dog Institute: Promoting Evidence Based Wellbeing Resources

MedApps and Black Dog Institute: Promoting Evidence Based Wellbeing Resources

Working closely since 2019, MedApps is proud to continue working with the Black Dog Institute to promote evidence based wellbeing resources focused on improving clinician health and ...
Using fundamentals of product management to build a fulfilling and satisfying career and life

Using fundamentals of product management to build a fulfilling and satisfying career and life

Product Management has certainly been an in vogue career choice in the last couple of years. However, it is more than just an exciting and rewarding job, the fundamentals of product management ...
MedApps in the News

MedApps in the News

Some interesting listening this week with our founder and CEO, Dr Rob Pearlman and our CMO Dr Sonia Chanchlani both jumping on episode 118 of the Talking HealthTech podcast to talk disaster ...
After hours care and safety: Wellbeing of patient and healthcare workers

After hours care and safety: Wellbeing of patient and healthcare workers

After hours care and safety in hospitals is the subject of national and international research, yet it remains a challenge for patients, frontline healthcare workers and hospitals ...
MedApps in the News

MedApps in the News

With our partnership with clinical messaging app Celo released this week it's great to see the news already getting out. Check out the article in Health Informatics New Zealand: ...