Julia Bradbury on Emotionally Challenging Work
Interview series in which broadcasters follow their passions. Julia Bradbury explores the challenges of coping with an intense and emotionally demanding job with Dr Rory Conn.
Julia Bradbury talks to Dr Rory Conn, a Specialist Registrar in Psychiatry. Rory works in a Mental Health In-Patient Unit for adolescents, and he discusses the challenges of regularly dealing with intense mental and emotional situations as part of your working life, and how you switch off at the end of the day.
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