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028: The Blue Girl Nurse with Emma Gracie

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028: The Blue Girl Nurse with Emma Gracie

Each day always brings something new to a nurse. It may be new patients, new colleagues, new cases, or even new diseases. This is why we always have a story…
November 16, 2020

028: The Blue Girl Nurse with Emma Gracie

Each day always brings something new to a nurse. It may be new patients, new colleagues, new cases, or even new diseases. This is why we always have a story to tell at the end of a long and tiring shift. 

In this episode, long-time nurse Emma Gracie shares how she collected stories from personal experiences, from fellow nurses and from patients, and used them to launch a successful blog and a new book. Join us as we share and dive deep into some of these stories of beginnings, self care, and inspiration.

TOPICS WE DISCUSSED INCLUDE:

  • All about Emma’s journey (03:48)
  • The stories that started the journey towards nursing (09:53)
  • Yoga as a non-negotiable practice (13:47)
  • “Me-time” as indulgent self-care (16:03)
  • Children and elderly patients as sources of inspiration (18:49)
  • A story about not being afraid even during a war (19:43)
  • A story about resilience (21:15)
  • A story about slowing down (22:15)
  • Spend time with nature (24:02)
  • Be present in the moment (24:43)
  • Stories about appreciating the moment (27:01)

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Blue Girl: Nursing Beyond the Ward

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CONNECT WITH ELAINA MULLERY

HappyNurse.com.au

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