S2E15 – Self-care: Rural doctors support each other
Rural doctors who built their own support network.
At one point in the show there is a conversation about an obstetric death, a death of a child, and a stillbirth.
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Uploaded: 26 Apr, 2018
Recording Date: 24 Apr, 2018
Recording Location: St. John's, NL
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Copyright: Bojan Fürst/The Harris Centre
Program Title: S2E15 – Self-care: Rural doctors support each other
Description: Being doctor in a rural community has unique challenges; from knowing too much about your friends and neighbours, to being the first line of defense in difficult life or death situations, it can be hard to find someone who really understands. This time on Rural Routes, we listen in on a group of four women, each practising in, or with experience in, rural Ontario communities, whose informal support network has become a crucial line of support, both in terms of their work and their lives. Join us as they laugh about their experiences, share their most challenging experiences, and explain why, despite the distance between them and their busy schedules, they make time to connect.
Host(s): Bojan Fürst, Rebecca Cohoe
Featured Speakers/Guests: Elaine Blau, Merrilee Brown, Rochelle Dworkin, Kate Miller
Credits: Bojan Fürst, Rebecca Cohoe/The Harris Centre
Regional > CanadaType: Documentary
Society and Culture
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