1. A life less formal breaks down barriers. Aussies tend to take themselves a little bit less seriously than us Brits. ‘Mate-ship’ is a central theme of life in Australia and it certainly makes life in practice a lot of fun. There’s a real sense that we all ‘have each other’s back’. People like to laugh and things are a little less formal. One nice touch is in how we address clients. In the UK it was always ‘Mr or Mrs client’. Whereas here we’re almost always on first name terms. It’s a layer of formality that helps us to break down barriers and appear less like scary doctors. 2. Pet insurance is great, but you don’t need it to have fun in practice (or profit). Given the huge uptake and reli
Dr Dave's Blog & Podcast Homepage
All of my Podcasts and blogs are
published here each week.
Each week I publish the Freewheelin' video Q&A show and each month an episode of Blunt Dissection Podcast. I also publish articles randomly from time to time.
In order to submit a question to freewheelin' please record a video and following the format closely:
1. State who you are and where you are from.
2. Ask your question as concisely as possible, it must be under 30 seconds long.
We do not guarantee to answer all questions, especially ones that have been answered previously.