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WARNING:This issue deals with sensitive issues including problems related to substance use. This is a complex and sensitive area and may be triggering for some, difficult for others and result in strong emotions. If this topic raises issues for you, now may not be the right time for you to read it. Give us a call on Nurse & Midwife Support on 1800 …
 
The COVID-19 pandemic feels like a marathon. Many nurses and midwives have been racing against this pandemic since March 2020. We all want it to end. If you are feeling fatigued and exhausted by the impact of COVID-19, you are not alone. Chances are you feel like you haven’t had time to pause and catch your breath.We hear from nurses and midwives t…
 
On this episode of the Nurse & Midwife Support Your Health Matters podcast we speak to Jay Court about This Way Up, a digital program to support the mental health of nurses, midwives, and students.Jay Court is the Digital Mental Health Engagement Lead for This Way Up at the Clinical Research Unit for Anxiety and Depression (CRUfAD), St Vincent's Ho…
 
In this episode we talk to Julie Sharrock, an experienced registered nurse and clinical supervisor about the importance of clinical supervision. We explore the benefits and why professional self-care as an essential form of support for nurses and midwives.Clinical supervision is a formal process that aids supported reflection. It is one tool underu…
 
Bullying in the workplace is never OK, but it is a reality for many. The experience can have a detrimental impact on health and wellbeing and may be related to long-term negative impacts.In the second part of this special double episode of the podcast Mark talks to Tessa Moriarty, a mental health nurse who shares her personal story of workplace bul…
 
Bullying in the workplace is never OK, but it is a reality for many. The experience can have a detrimental impact on health and wellbeing and may be related to long-term negative impacts.In this special double episode of the podcast we discuss workplace bullying and harassment and what kind of support is available for those who experience it. In th…
 
Our 3 podcast guests share their thoughts, reflections and wisdom about what supports them to make decisions about their life phases and career transitions.For more information please visit: https://www.nmsupport.org.au/resources/podcasts/life-phases-and-career-transitionBởi Nurse & Midwife Support
 
Frances’ story is one of two winners for our International Year of the Nurse and Midwife Story Competition. Her story will resonate with so many nurses and midwives we hope you enjoy it! Read her story and listen to the podcast.https://nmsupport.org.au/resources/podcastsBởi Nurse & Midwife Support
 
Tessa is one of the two amazing winners of this year’s Nurse & Midwife Support Story Competition. Her story really struck a cord with all of the judges we hope you enjoy it! Read her story and listen to the podcast.https://nmsupport.org.au/resources/podcastsBởi Nurse & Midwife Support
 
Accredited exercise physiologist, Liz Hewett explores the difference between exercise and physical activity, the importance of exercise to the health and well-being of nurses and midwives, and the fitness challenges experienced by some in the profession.For more information, please visit: https://www.nmsupport.org.au/resources/podcasts/exercise-and…
 
R U OK? Day has been encouraging us to have important conversations with colleagues, friends and family for many years now. This year they are urging us to consider what more there is to say after RUOK? In line with this we are launching our new page and podcast on suicide. Where we broadly look at the topic including signs to look for and what to …
 
I’ve been thinking a lot about this topic lately. Particularly as nurses and midwives are often called upon to be resilient. The COVID-19 pandemic and bushfires have challenged us in so many ways and you might not feel like you have much left in the tank.Resilience is a complex dynamic concept, consisting of many factors. To enhance our understandi…
 
Nurses and Midwives aren’t immune from the effects of grief, compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma. Mark discusses those effects with guests Lea McInerney and Carole Arbuckle in this new episode of our podcast.Visit https://nmsupport.org.au/resources/podcasts/ for more information.Bởi Nurse & Midwife Support
 
In this special edition Mark Aitken discusses the prospect of COVID-19 with Mental Health First Aid expert Sam Eddy. They talk about the importance of acknowledging emotional and physical responses to stress when crisis occurs and how to implement strategies in response. Visit http://nmsupport.org.au/podcasts for more information…
 
As we kickstart 2020 the Year of The Nurse & Midwife, we are delighted to share this amazing podcast with Jackie and Helen, both members of the Nurse & Midwife Support team who have broad-reaching experiences in nursing and midwifery.2020 year of nurse posterWe shared Jackie and Helens’ stories in 2019 as part of our celebration of International Nu…
 
In our summer podcast we discuss all things kindness and why this very important human quality matters to nurses and midwives.Our guests discuss what it means to them, the importance of being kind to yourself, the joy in working for an organisation that prioritises care and consideration and how that impacts our well-being. We share tips on bringin…
 
September 12 is R U OK? Day and we want to take this opportunity, today and every day, to ask — are you ok? To get the conversation started, we have recorded a podcast with writer, researcher, and former nurse Sarah Russell on her experience of living and working well with bipolar disorder.Bởi Nurse & Midwife Support
 
Accredited Practising Dietitian Dianne Wintle discusses her own journey with food and weight loss, which led to a later-in-life career change to Dietetics, and why her research focused on how nurses' feelings of stress and anxiety can manifest in their relationship with food.Bởi Nurse & Midwife Support
 
In this episode, NM Support's Mark Aitken is joined by Marie Louise and Kerrie Otto de Grancy from Evolve Yourself Institute (EYI) to discuss the importance of self-care for nurses, midwives and students and the program they have developed that supports nurses and midwives. EYI discuss the 5 pillars of a system of self-actions that cultivate awaren…
 
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