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Beating Stress & Burnout - Unleash Your Happy Nurse!

Melbourne, 25 Nov 2021

Price: $50.00 Early Bird special: $50.00
How to be happier & healthier during difficult times.


EVENT SUMMARY:


Join us for this professional workshop and learn the 5 keys to becoming a Happy Nurse.

40% of nurses experience burnout at some point in their career, according to 2019 statistics, due to the ever-increasing emotional and physical demands, the impact of compassion fatigue and the familiar feeling of being undervalued. And that’s before the impact of COVID-19!

So what are you waiting for - Unleash Your Happy Nurse!

AT THIS FULL DAY, EXPERIENTIAL WORKSHOP, YOU WILL:

  • Gain a deeper understanding into stress, burnout and identify where you might be right now. 
  • Learn about compassion fatigue and moral injury, and the underlying reasons why nurses are so at risk.
  • Learn why working more and working harder are not giving you the money, the results, or the appreciation you want and deserve.
  • Have the confidence to say 'No' and create healthy boundaries so you can have more time for yourself and your dreams.
  • Come away feeling calmer and happier with simple and effective tools you can use right away to reduce stress and anxiety. 
  • Create your own Happy Nurse Self-Care Plan
     

Date: Thursday, 25th November, 2021

Time: 8:45am - 5:30pm

Ticket price: $50

CPD: 7 hours
 

PRESENTERS

  • Lauren Bell, RN, B.A.Sc.(Health Promotion), Grad. Cert. Clinical Nursing (Perianaesthetics), Grad. Dip. Counselling, Certified Tapping into Wealth Transformation Coach, EFT Practitioner, Certified BodyTalk Practitioner:

    For over 35 years, I’ve been a nurse, and there’s much I have loved. But like so many, I worked long hours, taking on all the stress, not getting paid what I was worth and yet continually being asked to give more. Between juggling family, a partner, and being responsible for teams and others at work, I found myself at the bottom of my list. 

    I knew it was time to reach out for help.

    Through coaching and evidence-based stress reduction tools I moved from burnout and blaming to soaring free. I was able to clear the blocks and barriers keeping me from my own inner source of strength, shifting me into a state of believing, unapologetically, in my own value and worth. I found myself happier, less stressed, more open to opportunities, and financially stable.

    Now, I teach caring professionals my Soaring Free Method, empowering them to reach further than they ever have before, releasing stress and self-doubt, going from limitations and burnout to embracing wealth and wellness.

    Burn Bright Don’t Burnout.

     

  • Elaina Mullery, RN, Diploma in Mindfulness and Meditation, Certified hypnotherapist, Certified NLP Practitioner, Founder and Host of The Happy Nurse podcast:

    The founder of the Happy Nurse podcast, Elaina Mullery RN studied nursing at The Robert Gordon Unviersity in Aberdeen. She spent the first ten years of her career in Scotland before moving to Perth, Australia in 2010. Her clinical experience has been across a variety of settings.

    Elaina has first-hand experience of stress and burnout. It was this experience during the early years of her career, which led her to develop a passion for personal development. The tools and skills she has learnt have helped her to develop self care tools and strategies that she now shared with nurses internationally. 

    In the UK over the past six years, one nurse per week has ended their life by suicide. These figures are very confronting and it is one of the reasons why Elaina has made it her mission to reduce burnout in nurses. As a profession, we are kind, compassionate and empathetic professionals whose role is to ensure our patients are receiving the care they require and to be their advocate as and when needed.

    We often forget, though, to offer ourselves the same compassion that we so freely give to others. Burnout can creep up on us if we are not careful and we can find ourselves with empty cups and nothing left to give. Multiple studies have shown that mindfulness is an effective and useful tool in reduction of the impact of stress on healthcare professionals. 

    Elaina is on a mission to reduce anxiety and burnout in nursing. She does this by promoting self-compassion to her nursing colleagues via her coaching, podcast, media appearances and webinars. She is available for consultation in the corporate sector and is a highly sought-after speaker for nursing and medical seminars, where her direct and practical style strikes a chord with her strongly engaged audience. 

     

  • Dr Ieleen Taylor, B.Sc, M.D., C.C.F.P.:

    Born in the Fiji Islands, Ieleen Taylor wanted to be a “scientist” since she was 3. She grew up in Canada and is now an experienced and well loved Family Physician, Clinical Preceptor, and Speaker.  She facilitates Wellness groups for Physicians and Health Professionals. 

    Having traversed through her own “dark night of the soul”, she saw many of her colleagues silently suffering in similar situations. This drove her to become a champion for Physician Well-Being, building genuine community.  Her dream is to help transform the culture of medicine - together.

    You can find Ieleen curled up with books and her furry friends, wanering in nature, binging Netflix or skiing with her daughters.

     
  • Dr Robin Amerena, Senior Paediatric and Neonatal Anaesthetist Royal Children's Hospital, Ambassador of Applied Compassion from CCARE at Stanford University, Founder of HEAL:

    Robin has almost 35 years experience as a Paediatric and Neonatal Anaesthetist both in the public and private hospital setting. Her practice has always been based on patient and family centred care with compassion and kindness for children and their parents central to her service.

    Robin became interested in the neuroscience of compassion after meeting guest speaker Prof James Doty at a conference in Melbourne in 2019. She was inspired to experience compassion cultivation training for herself by gaining a certificate from Stanford Compassion Institute CCT in 2020. Realise the immense benefits it has had in all facets of her life and work, she has now used her sabbatical at RCH to pursure the qualification of Ambassador of Applied Compassion from CCARE at Stanford University. Her RCH sabbatical training will benefit her colleagues in all disciplines by providing opportunities in education, facilitation, resources, coaching and workshops in both self-compassion and applied compassion.

     

  • Liam Caswell, RN, MIPH, MHM, Cert IV, NLP Practitioner, Founder of High Performance Nursing (an all-inclusive online nurse career coaching service):

    Liam has an extensive international nursing background spanning across the UK, Australia and Fiji working in areas such as Medicine, ICU, Nurse education, ALS teaching, University Facilitation, Nurse Unit Manager and so much more! In 2020 Liam launched High Performance Nursing to help nurses sell their unique skillset when applying for nursing roles from graduates to DON's.

    To date, Liam has empowered over 120 nurses to elevate their job applications, strategise their interview techniques, reduce their self-limiting career blocks and become the best version of themselves. Liam also hosts the popular podcast "High Performance Nursing" where you can learn from global clinicians and explore how you can diverisfy your career and work on your inner self. Liam Is extremely passionate about nurse empowerment, advocacy for the profession and calling for systemic change within the culture of healthcare.

    A self proclaimed multipassionate clinician, Liam is well versed to help you find your calling in your career and help you explore all the options that are available to you, to allow you to show up as your best self.