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032: High Performance Nursing Care with Liam Caswell

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032: High Performance Nursing Care with Liam Caswell

Self-care is defined as "what people do for themselves to establish and maintain health, and to prevent and deal with illness." However, this is one skill that many nurses seem…
January 13, 2021

032: High Performance Nursing Care with Liam Caswell

Self-care is defined as “what people do for themselves to establish and maintain health, and to prevent and deal with illness.” However, this is one skill that many nurses seem to neglect. 

In this episode, we get to chat with Liam Caswell, leader of High Performance Nursing, a community of nurses who seek to transform their nursing practice, workplace culture and service provision to deliver high performance nursing care in a sustainable manner. 

Nurses are compassionate people who usually put their patient’s health, safety, and well-being before their own. But in order to give the best care to our patients, it is essential that we fill our own cup first.

TOPICS WE DISCUSSED INCLUDE:

  • NLP (5:21)
  • How influential media is (6:00)
  • Who are you giving your control to? (7:30)
  • Getting inspiration from others to be your best self (8:54)
  • Having a good understanding of yourself (10:00)
  • Doing what’s important to us (13:20)
  • Self-sacrificing leads to burnout (13:50)
  • Are you happy to say no to yourself? (14:30)
  • Having strong boundaries (14:50)
  • Having a positive reframe of burnout (18:18)
  • Why don’t nurses talk about burnout? (18:37)
  • Normalizing mental health issues (19:30)
  • Psychologically safe workplace (20:00)
  • Psychological safety (20:35)
  • Culture of nurses eating their young (24:13)
  • Fear of change (26:53)
  • Fear of the unknown (27:10)
  • Change is constant (27:40)
  • FEAR: Forget everything and run or Face everything and rise (28:10)
  • Having our vulnerability armor on (29:50)
  • Building a high performance team (30:55)
  • What your WHY is as a leader (31:50)
  • Showing your vulnerability with your patients (34:38)
  • Having our own individual needs for our own self-care (38:10)

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For full show notes and links visit: happynurse.com.au/podcast

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