Doctors’ mental health and professional burnout, the importance of medical leadership in galvanising climate action, governmental deafness on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, the increasing burden on emergency departments, and the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare.
As the tweets below indicate, other hot topics at the conference included aged care, women in medicine, global health, wellness at work and cultural safety. And sharks.
Also, see the selfies and Twitter analytics towards the end of the post.
Cultural safety and Indigenous health
Gender and diversity
Wellness at work
Professional development and training
Selfies and snaps
Watch our playlist of video interviews with Dr Simon Judkins, Professor Kingsley Faulkner, BatDoc Ken Milne and Professor Tom Calma AO. As of 28 November, 1,118 viewers had watched these videos in total via the Periscope app.
Symplur analytics for the period of Croakey’s coverage show there were 1,226 participants on Twitter using the hashtag, sending 8,170 tweets, and creating just over 43.5 million Twitter impressions. Read the entire Twitter transcript.Thanks to Amy Coopes for not only stellar reporting but also fronting the other side of the camera for an interview by Dr Ken Milne, aka Bat Doc.
• Bookmark this link to track Croakey’s coverage of the conference.