Mindfulness For Nurses.

Mindfulness for Nurses.

According to the Journal of Nursing, 64.9% of nurses and midwives in Australia experience at least one chronic disease, which included depression, hypertension and asthma. The most commonly reported health issues included bodily pain, severe tiredness, stiff joints and sleep…

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Inclusive Care

Inclusive Care

We’ve come a long way, politically, in the past few years to support trans-gender diverse and non-binary Australians, but the truth is many still face daily discrimination––socially, economically and unfortunately, in accessing basic human services. Without a doubt, the most…

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The Culture Of Care.

The Culture of Care.

In human services, toxic cultures affect much more than a product, or a customer. A toxic culture can have an extreme trickle-down effect, that in a worst-case scenario, leads to death and the best case might mean emotional or physical…

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Let’s Talk About Grief, Baby.

Let’s talk about grief, baby.

“While nurses are healthcare professionals, and patients are health care consumers, both are people first, and share as part of their common humanity, experiences of vulnerability, suffering, and healing.” Registered Nurse and Fellow of the Australian College of Nursing, Jason…

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