We looked inside some of the tweets by @proftombourne and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Clear message from @WestM61, speaking to @CommonsHealth, "The paradox is that in a system focused on promoting health and wellbeing, in the process we are damaging the health and wellbeing of the very large proportion of our population who work in health and care services."
Important that this message from @WestM61 is listened to - staff burnout impacts on patient safety and in O&G over 40% of trainees are already fulfilling the criteria https://t.co/Bv5eclCTgi https://t.co/3O7VEq1fiG
Important thread: dealing with burnout should be a priority as overwhelming exhaustion, cynicism, detachment from the job, a sense of ineffectiveness & lack of accomplishment incompatible with good care. Not surprisingly linked to patient safety & unprofessional behaviour https://t.co/EQMyR3cQgF
Great discussion with @proftombourne about early gynae #Ultrasound in 1980s & 1990s, international collaboration, IOTA, redefining miscarriages and future specialty combining ultrasound and surgery https://t.co/flLeuRHNYo
A plea for good methodology –the strengths and limitations of approaches to developing prediction models in #obsetrics and #gynecology presentation from B. Van Calster @BenVanCalster and discussion with chairs Tom Bourne @proftombourne & Jan Verbakel @jan_verbakel #ISUOG2020 https://t.co/TEHno6wfli