The Protective Effect of Resilience

44m of CPD
Jane Stanfield
22 October 2017

Resilience – are we born with it or does it develop? It’s recognised to help us adapt positively to stress, recover from trauma and grow and develop through adversity. In this presentation, Jane Stanfield introduces the concept or resilience and how you can learn to bounce-back from hardships faced in practice and in your personal life.

Educator(s)

Jane Stanfield

Educator

Jane Stanfield is a health service improvement coach. She comes with 30 years’ experience in healthcare, half as a clinician and half in health administration, support and coaching. Having had a brush with burnout herself and several close family members receiving healthcare, her focus is on bringing compassion back to healthcare for all involved. Her current use of neuroscience and mindfulness at work enables healthcare providers to work with their own mind, emotions and behaviour to influence their culture in a way that will energise and motivate them as they manage the safety and reliability of their care and its focus on the patient—whilst caring for themselves. Jane is currently coaching several nurse leaders; and runs workshops on leadership, shaping cultures, wellbeing, and communication and patient safety (CAPS). Her most recent professional development personally is in LEAN thinking – reducing waste and improving flow in healthcare….because waste is disrespectful to people!

Comments

tracey lackmann30 May 2018
Reinforced need to care for oneself and avoid "burn out"

Samantha Whitehouse24 May 2018
great engaging speaker

Barbara Clare Affleck16 May 2018
Worthwhile for all health providers

Barbara Clare Affleck16 May 2018
Fabulous presentation

Samantha Fuss10 May 2018
Very interesting and easy to listen to

Christian Alagao08 May 2018
Well presented.

Catriona Middleton-Rennie30 Apr 2018
This was an excellent presentation and it’s relavence is for more than just the work environment. I would recommend anyone to watch this.

Kelly Bidlake30 Apr 2018
Brilliant information, engaging, and important for healthcare workers, their colleagues, and patients.

Kathleen Asher27 Apr 2018
The Session was very engaging and interestingly bought a very positive light on how resilient the human brain is.

Leone Knight25 Apr 2018
Great link between theory, practice and personal experience.

Andrew Markula27 Mar 2018
I think this is a very valuable but sadly underrated subject. Clear, concise and very well presented.

Julie Frances Davis27 Mar 2018
That was wonderful This presenter has an ability to link theory to practice effortlessly A real skill

Adrienne Hokin26 Mar 2018
This lecture was very educational and practical, useful to everyone.

Vicki Talbot25 Mar 2018
Really helpful information

Dorothy Bardoutsos24 Mar 2018
The educator was brilliant

Steven Walker24 Mar 2018
Very enjoyable. I have incorporated mindfulness into my daily life and have noticed significant health benefits. Thank you

Michele Selby24 Mar 2018
Great presentation. I find nursing is becoming more and more stressful.

Hayley Mackay23 Mar 2018
Great

Debra joy fletcher23 Mar 2018
Mind and body health is vital in the role of nursing with so many outside stresses

Karen Henderson22 Mar 2018
Nursing is a stress full job and we are required to use or emotive personality a lot, so when we are tired and stressed this is the are that we tend to respond from. So this resource demonstrated and reiterated that taking time to self care and even just a short time to breath and relax allows nurses time to change from the emotional part of ourselves into the cognitive side thus allowing us to respond from knowledge and not emotion and fear

Tracy Halliburton22 Mar 2018
Great review of existing knowledge.

Wadzana Nollie HWATA22 Mar 2018
Excellent presentation. very helpful

Theresa Stewart22 Mar 2018
very empowering, excellent food for thought

kerri Morgan21 Mar 2018
very good presenter engaging and charismatic.

Mathew Brindley21 Mar 2018
Great

Debbie McKay21 Mar 2018
A great summary and reminder of how well we can cope with already existing knowledge, if we just remember to use it

Andrea Harwood20 Mar 2018
So engaging and presented many ideas regarding how to deal with stress. Thank you.

Helen Jennings18 Mar 2018
Excellent presentation...theory and practice can make us more resilient!

Nicholas Stewart Cleave04 Mar 2018
Sensational presentation, a warm human description of resilliance and the protection it provides.

Susan Mayne12 Feb 2018
Really interesting

Christine Hulands10 Feb 2018
Interesting and informative

Keith Wolf29 Dec 2017
Very interesting and useful with lots of technical information being honed into Practise

Norest Mashonganyika23 Dec 2017
very informative

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