Nurses or midwives stepping up to more senior roles rarely receive managerial training. Yet their responsibilities are substantial. The challenges of managing staff while being responsible for the clinical care of patients, can be daunting. This guide offers resources on self-care, well-being, leadership and management, to help with these complex challenges.
Resources on leadership and management from the ANMF (Vic Branch) Library
Journal from the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal, 25(2), 20.
Audiovisual resources from Nurse & Midwife Support and NMHPV
Nurse & Midwife Support Podcast #1 – Thriving in midwifery and nursing
With Mark Aitken (Consultant and Stakeholder Engagement Manager, Nurse & Midwife Support), Sam Eddy (executive coach and wellbeing trainer) and Dianne Lee (registered general and psychiatric nurse, registered psychologist)
NMHPV is a free, confidential and independent support service for nurses, midwives and nursing/midwifery students in need of support with sensitive health issues related to their substance use and/or mental health impairment.
Foureur, M., Besley, K., Burton, G., Yu, N., & Crisp, J. (2013). Enhancing the resilience of nurses and midwives: Pilot of a mindfulnessbased program for increased health, sense of coherence and decreased depression, anxiety and stress. Contemporary nurse, 45(1), 114-125.