Australian general practitioners are self-disciplined in the industry, which is reflected in the self-determining of industry standards, independent qualification assessment and independent practice, and it is also reflected in the shared platform of The Medical Republic. Leon Piterman is a Bachelor of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine, Master of Education, a member of the British Medical Association, a member of the Australian Society of General Practitioners, Vice President of Monash University and Professor of General Practice. He has been engaged in general practice clinical services for nearly 40 years, and his research interest is chronic disease management. , Mental health, medical education. Professor Piterman suggested that general practitioners in our country should cultivate a "republican" mindset in order to provide more equal opportunities for communication in the field of general medicine. At present, Professor Piterman regularly writes articles for The Medical Republic. This journal is deeply inspired by the idea of "Medical Republic". Professor Yang Hui of Monash University, the editor-in-chief of this journal, is specially invited to compile and serialize Professor Piterman's articles! Relevance-Depletion Syndrome (Relevance-Depletion Syndrome) describes those who have been liked by patients, think that medical service work is very important, and see a doctor as a life-long value and self-importance, but in the end, because of old age and exhaustion, they cannot Doctors who do not quit or terminate clinical work experience the difficult and painful mental state they encounter. Certification and maintenance certification agencies should increase awareness of the significance of exhaustion syndrome and its consequences, and pay full attention to it when formulating policies, so as to ultimately improve the quality of life of doctors after retirement. In this issue, Professor Piterman shared with us some of the confusions faced by Australian general practitioners when they retire at the age of 70, and revealed the deep-seated problem of significant exhaustion syndrome, so stay tuned.
|Translated title of the contribution||The Curse of Relevance-Depletion Syndrome|
|Original language||Chinese (Simplified)|
|Number of pages||3|
|Journal||Chinese General Practice|
|Publication status||Published - 25 Apr 2019|