CALLING ALL SUPER HEROES!!
Drew Dwyer I’ve read your article and am up for the challenge. I totally agree with you that there is greater good in the world than those who have supported neglect. However neglect and burnout go hand in hand when good people are placed in positions where they are hired for their expertise and their care and then underpaid, under resourced and here we are in an untenable place.
How can we turn this around?
SUPER HERO PARTNERSHIPS
Yesterday I participated the NHMRC Partnership Centre for Health System Sustainability Treatment Overload Think Tank. What was overwhelmingly obvious is that through advocacy and understanding of all stakeholder roles mutually successful partnerships can be achieved with those we care for as the happy beneficiary of that partnership.
What is required now is COURAGE to say we ARE stronger together in addressing the untenable findings of the Royal Commission.
Solutions lie in our hands and all the necessary resources are in front of us they just need to be utilised. I have the key to unlocking value and am here to help.
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