Hesta Nurses awards A Time To Shine
The Hesta awards were presented in Brisbane.
Australia's most outstanding nurses, midwives and teams have been recognised ,
with 12 finalists announced for the 2017 hesta Australian Nursing and Midwifery awards.
Listen to loads of great nursing Journeys.
Check out how selfless and compassionate
the nurses are by giving more to their specific projects.
Thank you Hesta for a great evening food , dancing and warm feelings of joy.
Michelle is giving nursing students a strong foundation to build their careers.
Here is a some of Michelles achievements:
Michelle is a registered nurse and brings 36 years’ experience in both public and private hospitals
with a background in critical care areas. She is an experienced presenter and educator in the VET
sector for the past 5 years. Michelle has also lectured to undergraduate and postgraduate students
in the Bachelor of Nursing Program at both the University of Wollongong and the University of
Technology Sydney. After studying her Masters in Coaching she worked as a consultant coach in
many healthcare organisations facilitating change within teams, while designing individualised
coaching and education programs to identify skill and knowledge gaps so team effectiveness can
flourish. She now brings all these skills to the VET sector and her vision is to empower students and
colleagues to use their strengths to achieve positive outcomes for themselves and their
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Fascinating chat with Margaret Lind and her Career as The Nurse Unit manager of The Royal brisbane Hospital.
we discussed her role as a facilitator for nursing students from Universities on placement and what support they need to learn and grow as a registered nurse.
Margaret was a lot of fun to interview.
There were a few nuggets thrown in to keep you inspired.
Student Nurse interview Live at Griffith University:
I visited an amazing group of 3rd year nursing students at Griffith University Gold coast .
Talking to them about benefits of joining Nurse professional association of Queensland (NPAQ).
They were full of energy and anticipation for their nursing future.
They are currently doing a 3 week intensive 10-12 hour days at uni before going on practical assignments.
I had an on air chat with a student Liam who had a big vision. (Free bottle of wine).
He wanted to be an Ambulance officer but now found a passion with Nursing.
We talked about how people seem to fall into nursing and love doing it as a career.
The audience enjoyed a laugh .
Liam talked about cleaning up an incontinent patient while he had 5 minutes left to go on his shift.
The other staff left him to go on dinner break.
That is caring and dedication.
Liam was looking at being in Emergency or cardiac nursing in the next 5 years.
Liam is looking for mentors to help him understand what he needs to gain a career in Emergency or cardiac specialities.
Congratulations Liam , All the best
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Cath introduced Phill Tsingos RN who will hoat the show.
Here are the Questions Cath asked.
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