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Man charged, licence suspended after burnout – Strike Force Puma
Police pick up man after social media clip of burnout shown to police
Vehicle seized – Anti-hooning in Katherine
Addressing risk factors of veterinary suicide
Vehicle seized – Anti-hooning
Police lay charges over traffic offences – Moulden
Driver suffers serious injuries in crash – Kemps Creek
Principals at risk of burn out
Aussie Startup offers guilt-free time to locked down parents
Workers Happy despite Crisis and Uncertainty
Despite millennial stereotypes, burnout just as bad for Gen X doctors in training
Police investigating after stolen car driven into river at Albury
Feeling burned out? contributors could be more related to depression than you think
Modified V8 seized, driver charged after burnouts in Illawarra
COVID-19 fines issued to group of people at Burton, South Australia
Where people burnout most during COVID-19
COVID-19 infringements issued, Loganholme
Unlicensed learner clocked 100km/h over at Lake Illawarra
Supporting frontline health workers during coronavirus health crisis
Police charge three after Highway Patrol car damaged in mass gathering at Blacktown
Most surgeons in pain after surgery, Mayo research finds
Two charged, licences suspended, and vehicle impounded after burnouts – Strike Force Puma
Police seek witnesses – Vehicle offences in Alice Springs
Artificial Intelligence and Family Medicine: Better Together
Government should step in to curb physician burnout, Case Western Reserve University researcher says
Man caught doing burnouts with 7-month-old in car – Tuggerah
Police seek information on Aggravated robbery, dangerous driving / crash in Coconut Grove
Medical school mistreatment tied to race, gender, and sexual orientation
Paying attention to complaints can protect nurses from violence
Hooning – Palmerston
ILR study could help unions protect workers’ mental health
Does flexible work ‘work’ for parents?
Study shows teachers underappreciated, overworked in classroom
Dementia Community Investment
Canada invests in projects to help Canadians living with dementia and caregivers
What makes specialist doctor trainees happy? New study reveals top factors for job satisfaction
Long hours double junior doctors’ risk of mental illness and suicide
New Book From Techstars’ General Manager, Claudia Reuter, Encourages Women to “Lean In” by Starting-Up
Man facing 12 charges for aggravated break and enter, motor vehicle offences at Dubbo
Worsening situation at Royal Darwin Hospital
Striving for perfection can help athletes bounce back from failure-if they forgive themselves
Two impounds in Kyneton
One third of UK doctors may suffer from workplace ‘burnout’
LGBTQ beauty vloggers draw on queer culture to stand out
FSU research: Helicopter parenting hinders children’s self-control skills
Police lay charges over burnouts in Blackheath
Two vehicles impounded, licences suspended after burnouts – Traffic and Highway Patrol Command
Study finds doctor-pharmacist partnership significantly reduces patient harm