How to stay connected with your passion for nursing
If you feel you are on the verge of falling off the 2020 cliff, spending time reflecting on your experience may assist you to find balance and identify the support you need.
I have wanted to write an article on the value of nurses and midwives pausing to take time to reflect on their 2020 experience for a long time. It has been a slow process because good reflection takes purpose, time and attention. Like many, I have been caught up in the doing. As this challenging year draws to a close, I have found myself spending more time trying to make sense of what 2020 has served up. CLICK HEREto continue reading this piece by Mark Aitken on the benefits of reflection, clinical supervision and resilience.
RMH Scrub Choir releases a New Christmas Song for 2020 ‘We Wish you’
ABC Talkback - kindness in healthcare
It’s been a tough year for nurses and midwives dealing with the pandemic. So, let’s listen to YOUR stories of experiencing KINDNESS in the healthcare system with NMHPV senior clinician and registered nurse Carolyn McDonald CLICK HERE
Georgie Carroll sings Santa Baby - a bit of 😷 nursey 🎅🏾 Christmas 🎄 none-sense.
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