Connection is important – we have been here before, but somehow this time it’s different.
We might be still working hard, but are we able to live our lives like we’d like to? Didn’t we think this would all be over by now?
Some of our colleagues have found themselves totally isolated again through lockdown or if they’ve come into contact with COVID19 - some have been treated differently with their way of life, their partners, children and extended family lives impacted.
Join us in a safe space to talk about the emotional and social aspects of being a nurse in these times. This is a chance to re-connect, have some input or listen to others to try and understand the challenges and rewards intrinsic to our specialised profession.
The evening will be facilitated by the NSW Sydney Region Leadership Team: Robyn Quinn FACN, Dr Samantha Jakimowicz MACN and Kate Saw MACN (Undergraduate).
Important: Due to the nature of this support session, it will NOT be recorded so you can speak freely and safely, and registrations are strictly limited.
A further session may be run based upon demand. Please click here to register your interest in further sessions once registrations close.
Wednesday 15 September 2021
5:00 - 7:00pm AEST
Strictly limited to 60
11:59pm AEST Tuesday 14 September 2021
FREE for Fellows, Members and non-members
Image: Dr Samantha Jakimowicz MACN