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Working with students
A beautiful article about the joy and innocence of always being open to learning
A bird’s eye view of sympathy
A frank exposé of the illusion that sympathy is something to aspire to
Do we feel like this photograph at the end of a shift?
Choosing the quality of our work
Are we at the mercy of our work environments or is there another way?
Observation… the first vital sign
Appreciating our innate powers of observation
Everyday conversations and their impact￼
Do we realise the significance of our everyday conversations and how they can support and inspire? This article touches simply and accessibly on the impact of being transparent in our interactions with others.
My experience of returning to nursing after believing that I never would
After a period of burnout a nurse returns to aged care through building a loving relationship with herself.
Is our brain the seat of our intelligence?
We currently espouse and marvel at the wonders of the human brain, but are we barking up the wrong tree?
What could be behind our poor communication in healthcare?
Looking at self-worth and the impact this has on our communication
Do we value ourselves as nurses and midwives?
An important question as the situation within health care intensifies…
Watching and waiting… working outside the stranglehold of time
Are we caught in an illusion of time that has us as hamsters in wheels? Is there another way to live and work? This midwife says yes…
Can men care?
Great questions raised about male nurses’ perception of the way that they care for others and themselves.