Podcast: The Compassion Revolution with Mary Freer
Nurse & Midwife Support Podcast
by Nurse & Midwife Support
4M ago
Author and social worker Mary Freer has devoted her career to transforming our understanding of compassion as the CEO and Founder of Compassion Revolution. She joined midwife Celeste Pinney on the Nurse & Midwife Support podcast to discuss the importance of self-compassion and how it can help to carry nurses and midwives through post-traumatic experiences ..read more
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Occupational PTSD in nursing and midwifery with Dr Finbar Hopkins
Nurse & Midwife Support Podcast
by Nurse & Midwife Support
4M ago
Dr Finbar Hopkins is an experienced Wellbeing Consultant who delivers a suite of education and training programs to help a large Melbourne hospital improve the physical and emotional health of their staff. She is a registered nurse, mental health nurse and midwife who is using the wisdom she has gained from 30 years of experience to improve the health and wellbeing of healthcare workers. She joined the Nurse & Midwife Support podcast to discuss why it’s imperative that employers and colleagues provide trauma-informed care to nurses and midwives who are vulnerable to occupational post-traum ..read more
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Cultural Safety with CATSINaM CEO Dr Ali Drummond
Nurse & Midwife Support Podcast
by Nurse & Midwife Support
1y ago
https://www.nmsupport.org.au/news/podcast-cultural-safety-dr-ali-drummond Dr Ali Drummond is the new CEO of the Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives (CATSINaM). https://catsinam.org.au/our-ceo/ He is a Meriam and Erubam man of Zenadh Kes (Torres Straits) and Wuthathi man from Far North Queensland. Dr Drummond joins us on the podcast to share his experiences as a nurse and academic, and why it’s so important to embed Cultural Safety and Cultural Humility training in academia and education. Dr Drummond says: “Understanding when Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island ..read more
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Yarning with Lesley Salem, the first Aboriginal Nurse Practitioner
Nurse & Midwife Support Podcast
by Nurse & Midwife Support
1y ago
https://www.nmsupport.org.au/news/podcast-lesley-salem-first-aboriginal-nurse-practitioner Wonnarua woman Lesley Salem was the first Aboriginal Nurse Practitioner. She has dedicated her career to improving care for people experiencing chronic illness in rural and remote communities. She joined us on the podcast to share her story and the insights earned from her experiences, including her passion for diverse forms of education and the importance of mentoring the next generation of First Nations healthcare workers. Lesley tells us: “It starts with the growth of our students as undergraduates. I ..read more
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Burnout in nursing and midwifery explored with Sharee Johnson
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by Nurse & Midwife Support
1y ago
View the podcast transcript: https://www.nmsupport.org.au/news/podcast-Burnout-in-nursing-and-midwifery Registered psychologist, coach and author Sharee Johnson talks burnout in this podcast episode with new co-host Celeste Pinney. Sharee shares the wisdom of many years of experience working with doctors who have lived through burnout. Sharee offers insights and practical strategies for nurses and midwives to improve health and wellbeing and prevent or recover from burnout. Sharee explains the importance of understanding burnout as both an individual and organisational experience: "The very fi ..read more
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Your financial wellbeing matters with Wealth Health Co
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by Nurse & Midwife Support
1y ago
In 2022 Beyond Blue released research showing that financial challenges and mental health problems are common issues that frequently go hand-in-hand. Find out more in the report: Money and Mental Health. There is substantial evidence that financial wellbeing and mental health are linked. Analysis of HILDA data shows 14% of Australian adults experienced both financial hardship and mental health symptoms at any time over the five years from 2014 to 2019. Recent economic disruption such as rising rent, interest rates and cost of living has led to many Australians feeling increasing levels of fina ..read more
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A Graduate Coordinator’s advice for new nursing and midwifery grads with Joanne Purdue
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by Nurse & Midwife Support
1y ago
View the transcript: https://www.nmsupport.org.au/news/podcast-graduate-coordinators-advice-new-grads-joanne-purdue NSWNMA Senior Professional Officer Joanne Purdue was a whole hospital nurse educator and ran a new graduate program for eight years. She is still passionate about supporting new graduates to flourish in their chosen career. Joanne joins the Nurse & Midwife Support Podcast to discuss what she’s learned about supporting grads and to offer advice and resources to new nurses and midwives preparing for their graduate year. Joanne tells us that being prepared for the year is vital ..read more
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Stories of the graduate year with Francis and Robyn
Nurse & Midwife Support Podcast
by Nurse & Midwife Support
1y ago
View the transcript: https://www.nmsupport.org.au/news/podcast-stories-graduate-year-francis-and-robyn Mark and special guest co-host Celeste Pinney talk to Francis and Robyn, inspirational recent graduates who fearlessly share their stories of the highs and lows of their grad year. They share their vulnerabilities and offer tips to support other graduates. We’re not using Francis and Robyn’s last names to protect their privacy. Robyn discusses the importance of support mechanisms so you can debrief, reflect, and recognise what you need: “Asking people if they have room for you, if they can ho ..read more
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Calling Racism Out with Bukwa Madzinga, Julie Ngwabi, Merilyn Homes, and Marty Williams
Nurse & Midwife Support Podcast
by Nurse & Midwife Support
1y ago
Our Summer Newsletter is all about supporting culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) nurses, midwives and students. We’ve partnered with the New South Wales Nurse & Midwives Association (NSWNMA) to offer you two podcasts with six passionate nurses committed to empowering CALD nurses and midwives. This is the second of two episodes, Episode 37. In this episode we speak to four members of the NSWNMA CALD reference group. Julie, Merilyn, Bukwa and Marty share their lived experiences and the importance of addressing racism in the nursing and midwifery professions. Our guests candidly dis ..read more
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Addressing the Cultural Safety Gap with Catherine Ivanfy and Helen Macukewicz
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by Nurse & Midwife Support
1y ago
Our Summer Newsletter is all about supporting culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) nurses, midwives and students. We’ve partnered with the New South Wales Nurse & Midwives Association (NSWNMA) to offer you two podcasts with six passionate nurses committed to empowering CALD nurses and midwives. This is the first of two episodes, Episode 36. In this episode of the Your Health Matters podcast we speak to nurses Helen Macukewicz and Catherine Ivanfy, NSWNMA Professional Officers who coordinate the organisation’s CALD reference group, which advocates for culturally and linguistically d ..read more
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