On the podcast: ACRRM, RACGP and the Rural Generalist Pathway – A/Prof Ayman Shenouda

In this episode of the BridgeBuilders podcast, RACGP Vice-president A/Prof Ayman Shenouda talks with Edwin Kruys about the history of ACRRM and RACGP and the new collaboration around the National Rural Generalist Pathway.

On the podcast: Shared antenatal care – Dr Wendy Burton

What’s good about shared care? And what can go wrong behind the scenes when it comes to communication, trust, and collaboration? A great podcast episode with Dr Wendy Burton.

Wanted: shared vision for primary care – Dr Edwin Kruys

I was pleased to see that some of this year’s pre-budget submissions by primary care organisations contain similar ideas. There is a lot of merit in many of the proposals. What if we would combine these ideas into a shared vision for primary care?

Closing the gaps in Australian maternity care together – Dr Wendy Burton

What if we decided to sit down and talk to each other? To identify the gaps and work together to close them?

Kindness matters – Debra Letica, Consumer/Carer Representative

I believe that kindness is the key to enabling conversations about what matters to you. Kindness builds teams which then increases patient safety. It breaks down barriers and changes mindsets.

Building bridges and walking the talk – Dr John Crimmins

A real leader and bridge builder will make their first step being to make sure your own backyard is in order before talking about how others backyards should look.

Listen to our BridgeBuilders healthcare collaboration podcast

Our guests give us their views on teamwork, trust, integrated care, quality care, leadership and what needs to happen to make Australian healthcare an even better connected place.

What is BridgeBuilders? (Podcast)

In Episode 1 of the BridgeBuilders podcast Dr Ashlea Broomfield, Dr Jaspreet Saini and Dr Edwin Kruys talk about the background, vision and goals of the BridgeBuilders project. 

It takes courage and humility to work together – Eimear Muir-Cochrane, Professor of Nursing (Mental Health)

It is time for medical and nursing staff to confer on a shift by shift, day by day, week by week basis.

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