What I learnt about change from my email inbox through COVID
Bronwyn Tarrant is a mental health nurse academic at the University of Melbourne, teaching communication and mental health nursing in the entry-to-practice and postgraduate programs. She has worked in mental health for nearly four decades, across public, private and community health, in outpatient, day-patient and inpatient settings. She has been awarded internationally, nationally and locally for mental health promotion and teaching and learning innovations. Before COVID, in her humanitarian work with CBT Australia, Bronwyn provided training and supervision to mental health professionals in resource-poor countries. In addition, she leads a Faculty-wide project teaching health science students professional behaviours and the wellbeing strategies to maintain them.
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Mental Health Nursing will thrive through change
I can see clearly now the pain has gone… …reflecting, reworking, regrouping, reviving, refreshing, renewing and thriving… A super story about super-vision