A nursing podcast aimed at reducing burnout and retaining nurses in the profession has been released so nurses live their best nursing life

BRISBANE, Australia - AussieJournal -- Nurse Manager HQ, partnering with the Nursing CPD Institute, today announced the launch of their nursing podcast, the Nursing & Midwifery Emporium Podcast. The Nursing & Midwifery Emporium Podcast is a nursing podcast that interviews industry experts to give nurses & information they need to live their best nursing life.

"The role of nurses & midwives is high in emotional labour, so Nicole Nash-Arnold and I saw a real need for a platform that gives them the information to get the most out of this nursing life" says Sue Walker, founder at the Nursing CPD Institute. A 2012 study of 61,000 nurses in England showed that 42% self-reported burnout.  That paper also revealed that well-managed working environments can be directly linked to better care and high patient satisfaction.

Experts interviewed on the Nursing & Midwifery Emporium Podcast include.

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The Nursing & Midwifery Emporium Podcast is available now for download from services including Apple, Google Podcast & Spotify. For more information on the Nursing & Midwifery Emporium Podcast visit www.nmemporium.com

About Nurse Manager HQ & the Nursing CPD Institute: The Nursing CPD Institute provides an online education platform to meet nurses' & midwives' education needs. With their sister site, the Nurses for Nurses Network (https://www.nfnn.com.au/), they provide conferences located in fabulous destinations to combine travel & learning.  Nurse Manager HQ transitions accomplished nursing clinicians into empowered nursing leaders through online professional development programs

Nicole Nash-Arnold

Source: Nurse Manager HQ
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