In this episode, we go backstage with Sir David Haslam, a longtime supporter of Next Generation GP. David was a GP for over 35 years, and has held a phenomenal number of titles in his career. These include President of the BMA, President and Chair of the RCGP, and most recently Chair of NICE. He was knighted for services to NHS Leadership in 2018, and is now Chair of a children's cancer charity called CLIC Sargent. In a moving story, David explains why the cause is so close to his heart. *Further highlights:His current roles (4 mins)Managing the imposter syndrome (12.5 mins)Career advice (13 mins)Leading through a crisis (15 mins)Balancing clinical and leadership work (17 mins)Dealing with criticism (21.5 mins)Controlling news intake (25 mins)How primary care will change after Covid-19 (29 mins)His lessons on the lockdown (30.5 mins)A book he recommends (Don't Sweat the Small Stuff by Richard Carlson) (32.5 mins)David's top pieces of advice for new leaders (35.5 mins)*Social media:@[email protected] can find more resources on our Next Gen website. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.