In reply: We thank Goh for their interest in our article. Our reflection article on the introduction of K‐ISBAR (Kindness at handover, Introduction, Situation, Background, Assessment and Recommendation) focuses on how all doctors interact in a collegiate manner and should keep each other's wellbeing in mind.1 We agree that medical collegiality pertains to both professionalism and patient safety. The ultimate outcome of improved collegiality and behaviour may translate into enhanced patient safety and mental health of our profession.
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