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Creative Careers in Medicine Podcast

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In the CCIM podcast interview series Andrew Bracey, health writer & journalist, will be interviewing fascinating doctors about the amazing things they are doing both in their medical careers and alongside them and how seeking out their own path has enriched their personal and professional life. Season 1 will feature doctors who are also authors, med tech entrepreneurs, innovators, film makers, acclaimed musicians, founders of successful business, advocates for their profession and educational leaders, doctors who are expanding their horizons by taking charge of their careers.

Latest Episodes

Dr Geoff Toogood

The founder of crazysocks4docs movement. Dr. Geoff Toogood is a Cardiologist and specialist consulting Aviation Cardiologist who has practiced for 20 years on the Mornington Peninsula. He has held The Director of Cardiology position at Frankston Hospital and is a Fellow of the College of Physicians, Cardiac Society and the prestigious Heart Rhythm Society. He has lived experience of both depression and anxiety. He faced stigma and discrimination at many levels and was determined that once recovered he would create awareness movement to break down the stigma faced by health professionals. He wants to reduce Doctors suicide round the world. CRAZYSOCKS4DOCS DAY IS 7 JUNE POST YOUR CRAZY SOCK PHOTOS & TAG #CrazySocs4Docs If you are a Doctor needing help know there is help available, below are only some of the options available: • See your GP • AMA ANONYMOUS PEER SUPPORT line 1300 853 338 (Note you do not need to be a member to access this line) • RACGP GP support 1800 331 626 / membership@racgp.org.au • Victorian Doctors Health Program (03) 9495 6011 / vdhp@vdhp.org.au • Lifeline 13 11 14

-1 s1 weeks ago
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Dr Geoff Toogood

Dr Mitch Anderson

Sports Doctor | Physiologist | Physiotherapist | World-Class Endurance Cyclist | 12 & 24 Hr World Record Holder Having studied Physiotherapy, Physiology and Anatomy in addition to his medical studies, Mitch is registered as a both a Medical doctor and Physiotherapist. His areas of interest are diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation, with a particular interest in musculoskeletal injury. Mitch also consults a broad range of athletes on nutrition, training and bike fit from his unique perspective as a former professional triathlete (12 years) and physiologist. Mitch holds the World Record for 24hr endurance cycling. The 24 hour is considered the pinnacle of endurance cycling and is an event that most get the opportunity to attempt only once in a lifetime. In the lead up to his attempt, he'd already successfully broken the 12 hour endurance cycling world record with a ride of 492km which taught him a lot of lessons but also proved to himself that he had what it takes to attempt the 24 hour. Mitch has some really fascinating insights from a personal perspective, but also a medical standpoint about what he and his research partner have to share from the physiological data and observations they logged, compiled and examined along the way.

-1 sMAY 13
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Dr Dinesh Palipana

Dinesh was the first quadriplegic medical intern in Queensland, and the second person to graduate medical school with quadriplegia in Australia. Dinesh earned a Bachelor of Laws (LLB), prior to completing his Doctor of Medicine (MD) at the Griffith University. He has completed an Advanced Clerkship in Radiology at the Harvard University. Halfway through medical school, he was involved in a catastrophic motor vehicle accident that caused a cervical spinal cord injury. As a result of his injury and experiences, Dinesh has been an advocate for inclusivity in medicine and the workplace generally. He is a founding member of Doctors with Disabilities Australia. Dinesh is currently a resident medical officer at the Gold Coast University Hospital. He is a lecturer at the Griffith University and adjunct research fellow at the Menzies Health Institute of Queensland. He has research interests in spinal cord injury, particularly with novel rehabilitation techniques. Dinesh is the Gold Coast University Hospital's representative in the Australian Medical Association Queensland's Council of Doctors in Training. He is a member of the scientific advisory committee of the Perry Cross Spinal Research Foundation, adjunct member of Gold Coast Orthopaedic Research and Education Alliance (GCORE), and member of the Ambassador Council at the Hopkins Centre. Dinesh was the Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service's Junior Doctor of the Year in 2018. He was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia in 2019.

38 MINAPR 17
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Dr Dinesh Palipana

Latest Episodes

Dr Geoff Toogood

The founder of crazysocks4docs movement. Dr. Geoff Toogood is a Cardiologist and specialist consulting Aviation Cardiologist who has practiced for 20 years on the Mornington Peninsula. He has held The Director of Cardiology position at Frankston Hospital and is a Fellow of the College of Physicians, Cardiac Society and the prestigious Heart Rhythm Society. He has lived experience of both depression and anxiety. He faced stigma and discrimination at many levels and was determined that once recovered he would create awareness movement to break down the stigma faced by health professionals. He wants to reduce Doctors suicide round the world. CRAZYSOCKS4DOCS DAY IS 7 JUNE POST YOUR CRAZY SOCK PHOTOS & TAG #CrazySocs4Docs If you are a Doctor needing help know there is help available, below are only some of the options available: • See your GP • AMA ANONYMOUS PEER SUPPORT line 1300 853 338 (Note you do not need to be a member to access this line) • RACGP GP support 1800 331 626 / membership@racgp.org.au • Victorian Doctors Health Program (03) 9495 6011 / vdhp@vdhp.org.au • Lifeline 13 11 14

-1 s1 weeks ago
Comments
Dr Geoff Toogood

Dr Mitch Anderson

Sports Doctor | Physiologist | Physiotherapist | World-Class Endurance Cyclist | 12 & 24 Hr World Record Holder Having studied Physiotherapy, Physiology and Anatomy in addition to his medical studies, Mitch is registered as a both a Medical doctor and Physiotherapist. His areas of interest are diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation, with a particular interest in musculoskeletal injury. Mitch also consults a broad range of athletes on nutrition, training and bike fit from his unique perspective as a former professional triathlete (12 years) and physiologist. Mitch holds the World Record for 24hr endurance cycling. The 24 hour is considered the pinnacle of endurance cycling and is an event that most get the opportunity to attempt only once in a lifetime. In the lead up to his attempt, he'd already successfully broken the 12 hour endurance cycling world record with a ride of 492km which taught him a lot of lessons but also proved to himself that he had what it takes to attempt the 24 hour. Mitch has some really fascinating insights from a personal perspective, but also a medical standpoint about what he and his research partner have to share from the physiological data and observations they logged, compiled and examined along the way.

-1 sMAY 13
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Dr Mitch Anderson

Dr Dinesh Palipana

Dinesh was the first quadriplegic medical intern in Queensland, and the second person to graduate medical school with quadriplegia in Australia. Dinesh earned a Bachelor of Laws (LLB), prior to completing his Doctor of Medicine (MD) at the Griffith University. He has completed an Advanced Clerkship in Radiology at the Harvard University. Halfway through medical school, he was involved in a catastrophic motor vehicle accident that caused a cervical spinal cord injury. As a result of his injury and experiences, Dinesh has been an advocate for inclusivity in medicine and the workplace generally. He is a founding member of Doctors with Disabilities Australia. Dinesh is currently a resident medical officer at the Gold Coast University Hospital. He is a lecturer at the Griffith University and adjunct research fellow at the Menzies Health Institute of Queensland. He has research interests in spinal cord injury, particularly with novel rehabilitation techniques. Dinesh is the Gold Coast University Hospital's representative in the Australian Medical Association Queensland's Council of Doctors in Training. He is a member of the scientific advisory committee of the Perry Cross Spinal Research Foundation, adjunct member of Gold Coast Orthopaedic Research and Education Alliance (GCORE), and member of the Ambassador Council at the Hopkins Centre. Dinesh was the Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service's Junior Doctor of the Year in 2018. He was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia in 2019.

38 MINAPR 17
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Dr Dinesh Palipana

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