A consumer view: when care doesn’t connect – Belinda MacLeod-Smith

When primary care doesn’t connect, collaborate and work together - patients see and feel that disconnection.

We are a profession divided – Dr Paul Bryan

The gulf that divides us has grown too wide. Now there are dozens of organisations purportedly representing doctors, or at least sections of the medical community.

When elephants fight – Dr Nick Tellis

I look forward to BridgeBuilders being one of the places where we can come together and discuss some of the big issues facing our noble vocation and valued patients.

The Golden Rule of kindness – Dr Tash Coventry

As a parent I have been struck with how often I’ve seen the behaviour of my children replicated in my workplace and more broadly in ‘grown-up politics’, both in and out of the world of medicine.

Training pathways should encourage collaboration – Dr Bob Vickers

As GPs and GP registrars, we all want the best for our communities and patients. This is only achievable through a happy, sustainable and appropriately skilled workforce.

Collaboration is priceless, but involves compromise and discomfort – Dr Tim Senior

Disunity makes us all uncomfortable, as well as making it easy to ignore us in policy development. However, our desire for unity is not absolute.

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