A talk by Ross Fisher at the TBS24 conference in Zermatt. Kindly shared with permission.
See the TBS24 landing page for the programme and full set of talks.
When we look in the mirror we see the person we have always seen. This is not what the world sees. An essential part of our work is our mental strength and yet few clinicians have a good understanding about who we actually are, our perception of ourself. This is meta-cognition. Deeper understanding of our self will lead to better patient care.
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Prof. Sheffield Children’s Hospital
Ross is Consultant Paediatric Surgeon at Sheffield Children’s Hospital, Sheffield UK. His area of speciality is paediatric surgical oncology. He is an Honorary Professor of Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons and Physicians of Canada in recognition of his work in medical education and particularly around presentation skills. He firmly believes that science is not complete until it is effectively communicated and sadly, through ignorance of simple educational and psychological principles of communication, the work of many clinicians, scientists and academics remain incomplete. His alter ego @ffolliet runs a website explaining the “p cubed concept” of presentations that he has developed, dedicated to improving scientific communication. He is invited nationally and internationally to deliver lectures and workshops on the topic. He learnt to ski aged 12 on a dry ski slope in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Email: [email protected]
Other online presence: WhatsApp ffolliet.com https://about.me/ffolliet/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/ross-fisher-29b5902b