Nurturing Care, Nurturing Nurses & Midwives have a deep love of our work and know the way that we all work with people is vital for the overall health and well-being of our communities. With all that is happening in our current times in healthcare, it is important to remember the enormous value in the true care of nursing and midwifery.
These fritters are full of vegetables and are super fun to make
There is a quality of delicacy possible, which when experienced and felt in the body, is so exquisite and so impactful that it deserves consideration.
In honour of women and the return to the true qualities we embody and are beautifully responsible for upholding for all
Exploring the challenges and joys of working night shifts
Oh my… so gorgeous, so moorish and super nutritious too… a winner all round.
An exquisite sharing about the impact of taking responsibility for, and care of, ourselves
A frank and honest observation about what is going on in our health care services
A simple and enriching recipe that will nourish and warm you from the inside out
Waking up to the toxicity of gossip and idle chat
How often do we stop and appreciate those ’small’ moments that have such a significant impact on people’s lives; the slightest interaction that touches people deeply?’
The more respectful I am towards my body, taking care of and being honest about what truly supports and nurtures it, the more consistent and able I am to sustain my work life
We are not responsible for our patients’ health or choices in life. They have lived many years before we meet them in the hospital. Just knowing this brings understanding; supports us in not being affected by their choices and/or feeling like we have to be able to ‘fix’ everything.
Working together in collaboration will create the inspiration for us all to see beyond the challenges in the health care system and work towards our full potential within this profession
Incorporating some gentle exercise into our daily lives is a great support to reduce the stress and strain on the body that is often an end result of a busy day