Episode 1 of On The Record honours the faces and unfiltered voices of Our Canadian Women in Blue.
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Episode Six Panel Members
Dr. Aleobe Eruemulor
Founder of “Physician’s Keepers.”
Dr. Aleobe Eruemulor is a board-certified primary care physician, speaker, educator, and anti-bullying activist.
Based in Little Rock, Arkansas, she has a heart to help people, as well as a passion to support physicians and their mental/emotional wellness.
Most physicians have a special calling to serve and improve the quality of lives of others. Though they always care for people, they rarely receive a reciprocal concern from others when they need it.
Physicians usually work under highly stressful conditions, and many of them suffer all manner of discrimination and bullying on the job. This, added to the usual stresses that the job brings makes work extremely unpleasant and intolerable for many of them. Sadly, they rarely have advocates to speak up for them.
This is where Dr. Aleobe comes in. Having a natural zeal for justice and a deep compassion for the underdog, she desires to be that missing advocate, and is here to raise an awareness about this hidden and unfortunate phenomenon, and to inform the public by exposing some of the forms of bullying and harassment that some physicians have to endure on the job.
This is because in the past, Dr. Aleobe has been a victim of bullying herself. Experiencing all that negativity and pain is what inspired her to start “Physician’s Keepers.” The main goal of this organization is to fight for physicians who undergo the torment of bullying while in their residency training and other professional environments.
She has spoken at residency programs, highlighting the often overlooked issue of bullying in the professional world of physicians. She continues to strive for change, educating others and inspiring them to pursue a more inclusive and stress-free environment for physicians.
Find out more and connect with Physician’s Keepers on Facebook.
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Episode 2 of On The Record discusses Men as Allies on Workplace Bullying.
Episode 3 of On The Record gives a voice to Canadian nurses.
Episode 4 of On The Record gives a voice to social workers.
Episode 5 of On The Record features whistleblowers speaking out.