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When does normal nutrition become an eating disorder? Nurses and midwives know the value of healthy nutrition, but even health professionals can become obsessive about body image and what they consume. This behaviour pattern can develop into an eating disorder.
Sarah Russell lives with bipolar disorder — a common, but often misunderstood, mental illness. In this podcast, Sarah discusses the importance of health promotion, early intervention and staying well with a stay-well plan.
Dietitian Dianne Wintle recently joined the Nurse and Midwife Support Podcast, where we discussed how nurses and midwives can change their relationship with food. We recommend you check out the podcast first, and then read this helpful article about the connection between willpower, joy and food.
In this podcast, Dianne Wintle - an Accredited Practising Dietitian - discusses her journey with food and weight loss and why her research focused on how nurses’ feelings of stress and anxiety can manifest in their relationship with food.
Registered Nurse Amy Benn, Registered Midwife Celeste Pinney and Registered Nurse/Midwife Helen Pentecost join us to share the self-care routines that have helped them take control of their lives as shift-workers.
Shift work is part of life for nurses and midwives. It can be taxing on the body both physically, mentally and emotionally. Celeste Pinney is passionate about health and have always prioritised her self-care and shares her experience.