Another amazing guest on this value-packed day of the BURNOUT BREAKTHROUGH Live series our guest is none other than Martin Koyle!! A big thank you to Martin for joining me on the show!
Martin and I talked about:
👉 How a sense of community can help fight burnout and improve mental health.
👉 Martin’s experiences working in both American and Canadian medicine.
👉 The importance of questioning inherent cultures.
📌Dr. Martin Koyle joined SickKids as the Head of the Division of Urology, and the University of Toronto as a Professor of Surgery in July of 2011. He was previously Division Chief at Seattle Children’s and the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington, where he held the Michael Mitchell Endowed Chair in Paediatric Urology. After completing his medical school education in Winnipeg, Canada, at the University of Manitoba, he undertook residency and fellowship training at Los Angeles – USC Medical Center, Harvard University and in San Francisco. Koyle completed an M.Sc in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety (QIP) at IHPME at the University of Toronto where he remains on faculty, in addition to being a core faculty member of C-QuIPS (Centre for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety). During his more than a third of a century in academic urology, Koyle has been known for his many innovations and contributions, specifically to the fields of paediatric urology and transplantation, as well as leadership and quality improvement and patient safety.
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