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Type: On-demand
Recorded: 27 May 2021


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New Fellows Staying Connected - Health and Wellbeing

On-demand recorded 27 May 2021

This session will focus on recognition and management of burnout. 

Learning outcomes

  1. Increased awareness of the importance of GP well being at every stage of one’s career and our responsibility to safeguard it
  2. Understand the concepts of resilience and burnout
  3. Develop tools to recognise and deal with stress, compassion fatigue and burnout
This event attracts 2 CPD points

This event attracts 2 CPD points

This event is part of New Fellows Staying Connected. Events in this series are:


Dr Aadhil Aziz

‘Treating my patients like family. Wise words from an old master, which I practice daily’. With experience from 4 continents in medicine (Medical, Surgical, Emergency, ICU medicine, volunteer work and General Practice), Aadhil Aziz is uniquely positioned and a part of the revolution to make the world a better place - and a huge proponent of, genuinely, ‘Universal Healthcare’. A pre-covid advocate of telemedicine and its benefits and limitations on how to help spread health awareness even further. He is also business owner of a GP clinic as well as the newly elected Chair of the New Fellows Committee of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Aadhil has a broad interest in General Practice - ranging from Mental Health to Chronic and Complex Disease management, Obesity and musculoskeletal, women’s health and skin cancers medicine as well as interests in adult and paediatric medicine. He pays a special interest in ‘paying it forward’.. often staying back to help patients in need.. so that they may in turn, one day, help someone else.

Dr Cathryn Liebau

Cathryn graduated from The University of Notre Dame, Australia (WA) in 2008 and obtained her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) in 2017. She is currently a member of a committee for New Fellows at RACGP. Cathryn trained at Westmead Hospital in Sydney, joining the Paediatric training program and working at Westmead Children’s Hospital as a Paediatric Registrar for 3 years. She has completed her Diploma of Child Health. Cathryn has a passion for General Practice which she believes is a privilege, assisting families with their health and wellbeing. She believes it is important to build relationships and empower patients for better outcomes in the treatment and prevention of disease. Her special interests include all aspects of family medicine especially children, women’s health/family planning (Implanon NXT insertion and removal and Mirena removals), shared antenatal care, travel medicine and refugee health.

Dr Rosie Hamilton
MBBS FRACGP MPsychMed (She/Her)

I am a GP in private practice on Bundjalung country in a regional northern NSW town. I have lived and worked here for the last 15 years and obtained my fellowship in 2011. I have also worked at a regional headspace centre over the last 8 years, as well as assisting headspace National in an informal advisory and education role. I have a Masters degree in Psychiatric Medicine as well as other training in mental health. I also enjoy bits of teaching work for GP Synergy, as well as previously for North Coast GP Training. We supervise GP registrars in our practice as well as medical students from Wollongong Uni. Most importantly I am mother to a fantastic 15 year old daughter, and to a crazy pet duck called Jaffa.



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