Help for Anaesthetists
Do you need help with personal or professional
difficulties affecting yourself or a colleague?
Sources of confidential,
professional support include:
|The Doctors Health Advisory Service
08 9321 3098
|Welfare of Anaesthetists Special Interest Group's WA Representative
Contact Dr Prani Shrivastava
Visit the ACECC website:
Some warning signs of addiction are:
Someone close who isolates themselves from you.
Less interest in family matters and increased
difficulty in communicating feelings and stresses.
A tendency to become angry and blame others.
Less interest in a sexual relationship.
Mood swings that have no apparent reason.
An unusual interest in being early to work, and
.or in taking anothers call.
Excessive worry about professional excellence.
Deterioration of appearance or body hygiene.
Unexpected sweating: inappropriate dozing.
Reprinted with permission from the video entitled "Wearing Masks", sponsored by the Association of Anesthesia Program Directors, 520 N. Northwest Highway, Park Ridge, IL USA 60068-2573. A copy of this video / DVD is held at the Department of Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine, Royal Perth Hospital
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