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Retaining the Passion: Journeys Through Nursing

Clare Manley and Craig Davidson

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Retaining the Passion: Journeys Through Nursing

Retaining the Passion: Journeys Through Nursing

Clare Manley and Craig Davidson

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A podcast by newly registered nurses, Clare Manley and Craig Davidson. Together they discuss their journeys through nursing. They hope to shine a light on key issues affecting the nursing profession and wider society by speaking to various guests about their lived experiences. We would love to hear what you would like them to discuss.

Latest Episodes

Retaining the Passion: Person-Centred Care

Clare and Craig very much wanted to release this episode a day early to coincide with #WorldMentalHealthDay. They share their reasonings for choosing the theme, "Person-Centred Care" and their new experiences since we last heard from them. Together, they then interview Professor Brendan McCormack from Queen Margaret University, one of the co-creators of the person-centred nursing framework to hear his views on person-centred care. They are then joined by their close friend newly registered mental health nurse Dawn Marr, who speaks honestly about changing roles in her first year, and the impact this had on her both personally and professionally. Following this, Clare and Craig reflect on these conversations and how they can move forward to improve their practice and hopefully inspire others. Our lasting memo though is person-centred care is just as much about you as it is about those you care for. Please take care of you always. Love Clare and Craig. Follow the Podcast on www.podrtp.com Twitter: PodRTP Clare: MannersOfMarple Craig: CraigDavidson85 Brendan: ProfBrendan Dawn: DawnMarr20.

69 min1 w ago
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Retaining the Passion: Person-Centred Care

Retaining the Passion: Supporting Newly Registered Nurses

A very personal episode for Clare and Craig. First, Clare talks about completing her preceptorship, and Craig discusses his guest lecture opportunity at his former college. Next, they interview Clare's preceptor Rachael Hughes, a community psychiatric nurse and deputy manager. Following this, they speak with Laura Wilson, Lead Nurse for Medicine, who interviewed Craig for his current nursing role. Both Rachael and Laura talk about their experiences of supporting newly registered nurses throughout their careers and what this means for their practice. Clare and Craig then reflect on these interviews and their hopes and aspirations going forward. Follow us on Twitter: @PodRTP Clare: @MannersOfMarple Craig: @CraigDavidson85 Rachael: @raider1984 Laura: @lauraewilson82

61 min3 w ago
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Retaining the Passion: Supporting Newly Registered Nurses

Retaining the Passion: Sepsis Awareness Special.

Clare and Craig are releasing this very special episode as part of Sepsis Awareness Month on September 13th, World Sepsis Day. Clare interviews newly registered critical care nurse Kayte Powell and her colleague, Senior Staff Nurse Kate Sinclair, who discuss sepsis awareness. Clare and Craig are then joined by newly registered intensive care nurse Katie Dutton, who shares her lived experience of sepsis and how living through this inspired her to become a nurse. After listening to this episode, we ask that you share a pledge with us on Twitter about how you aim to raise sepsis awareness. Follow us on Twitter: @PodRTP Clare: @MannersOfMarple Craig: @CraigDavidson85 Kayte: @Kayte83 Kate: @Sinclair9Kate Katie: @KatieDutton17 UK Sepsis Trust: @UKSepsisTrust

47 minSEP 14
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Retaining the Passion: Sepsis Awareness Special.

Retaining the Passion: Planning Your Development.

Clare and Craig catch up and are joined by Dr Gemma Stacey, Director of the Florence Nightingale Foundation Academy. Together they talk about making the most of your nursing journey and planning your professional development. Follow us on Twitter: @PodRTP Clare: @MannersOfMarple Craig: @CraigDavidson85 Gemma: @GemmaStacey10

45 minAUG 24
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Retaining the Passion: Planning Your Development.

Retaining the Passion: Covid-19 - The Impact on Nursing.

We catch up with Clare and Craig who tell us what they've been up to since we last heard from them. They are joined by Professor Anne Marie Rafferty, President of the Royal College of Nursing and Professor of Health Policy at Kings College, London, to discuss the impact of Covid-19 on the nursing profession. Clare and Craig then reflect on this discussion and how they and others can move forward in their practice. Follow us on Twitter: @PodRTP Clare: @MannersOfMarple Craig: @CraigDavidson85 Anne Marie: @annemarieraffer

56 minAUG 10
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Retaining the Passion: Covid-19 - The Impact on Nursing.

Retaining the Passion: What's in a Name?

Clare and Craig discuss their reasons for choosing the theme, "What's in a Name?". Also, the many names and titles nurses have. And why this can be confusing for both the public and the profession. Rachel Hollis, Chair of RCN Profession Nursing Committee, joins them, sharing her journey through nursing and thoughts on this episode's theme. Clare and Craig then reflect on this discussion and how they and others can move forward in their practice. Follow us on Twitter: @PodRTP Clare: @MannersOfMarple Craig: @CraigDavidson85 Rachel: @RachelAHollis

44 minJUL 27
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Retaining the Passion: What's in a Name?

Retaining the Passion: Raising Your Voice.

Clare and Craig discuss their reasons for choosing the theme, "Raising Your Voice", and why they think nurses should raise their voices. They are joined by guests, Jessica Sainsbury, a final year dual field adult and mental health nursing student and RCN Students' Committee chair, and BJ Waltho, a registered nurse and trained midwife, who is an Associate Director of Operations and Chair of RCN Congress. From different spectrums of their nursing careers, Jessica and BJ offer their advice on how to raise your voice. Clare and Craig then reflect on what they have learned and how they can take this forward in their practice. Follow us on Twitter: @PodRTP Clare: @MannersOfMarple Craig: @CraigDavidson85 Jessica: @JessLSainsbury BJ: @bjgw

68 minJUL 13
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Retaining the Passion: Raising Your Voice.

Retaining the Passion: Finding Hope.

Clare and Craig share their personal reasons for choosing the theme, “Finding Hope”, and discuss what hope means to them. They are joined by guests, Tara Hewitt, Group Equality and Inclusion Programme Manager and founder of the Trans NHS Staff Network, and Dr Calvin Moorley, adult nurse and Professor of Nursing Research. Together they discuss topics including Pride Month, LGBT+ health inequality, trans rights, Black Lives Matter, BAME health inequality and intersectionality. Clare and Craig then reflect on what they have learned and how they can take this forward in their practice. Follow us on Twitter at: @PodRTP Clare: @MannersOfMarple Craig: @CraigDavidson85 Tara: @Tara_Hewitt Calvin: @CalvinMoorley

69 minJUN 29
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Retaining the Passion: Finding Hope.

Retaining the Passion: An Introduction.

Clare and Craig introduce themselves and talk about their journeys into nursing. They discuss their aims and hopes for this podcast series. And generally have a good old catch up. Hope you enjoy it!

25 minJUN 21
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Retaining the Passion: An Introduction.
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Latest Episodes

Retaining the Passion: Person-Centred Care

Clare and Craig very much wanted to release this episode a day early to coincide with #WorldMentalHealthDay. They share their reasonings for choosing the theme, "Person-Centred Care" and their new experiences since we last heard from them. Together, they then interview Professor Brendan McCormack from Queen Margaret University, one of the co-creators of the person-centred nursing framework to hear his views on person-centred care. They are then joined by their close friend newly registered mental health nurse Dawn Marr, who speaks honestly about changing roles in her first year, and the impact this had on her both personally and professionally. Following this, Clare and Craig reflect on these conversations and how they can move forward to improve their practice and hopefully inspire others. Our lasting memo though is person-centred care is just as much about you as it is about those you care for. Please take care of you always. Love Clare and Craig. Follow the Podcast on www.podrtp.com Twitter: PodRTP Clare: MannersOfMarple Craig: CraigDavidson85 Brendan: ProfBrendan Dawn: DawnMarr20.

69 min1 w ago
Comments
Retaining the Passion: Person-Centred Care

Retaining the Passion: Supporting Newly Registered Nurses

A very personal episode for Clare and Craig. First, Clare talks about completing her preceptorship, and Craig discusses his guest lecture opportunity at his former college. Next, they interview Clare's preceptor Rachael Hughes, a community psychiatric nurse and deputy manager. Following this, they speak with Laura Wilson, Lead Nurse for Medicine, who interviewed Craig for his current nursing role. Both Rachael and Laura talk about their experiences of supporting newly registered nurses throughout their careers and what this means for their practice. Clare and Craig then reflect on these interviews and their hopes and aspirations going forward. Follow us on Twitter: @PodRTP Clare: @MannersOfMarple Craig: @CraigDavidson85 Rachael: @raider1984 Laura: @lauraewilson82

61 min3 w ago
Comments
Retaining the Passion: Supporting Newly Registered Nurses

Retaining the Passion: Sepsis Awareness Special.

Clare and Craig are releasing this very special episode as part of Sepsis Awareness Month on September 13th, World Sepsis Day. Clare interviews newly registered critical care nurse Kayte Powell and her colleague, Senior Staff Nurse Kate Sinclair, who discuss sepsis awareness. Clare and Craig are then joined by newly registered intensive care nurse Katie Dutton, who shares her lived experience of sepsis and how living through this inspired her to become a nurse. After listening to this episode, we ask that you share a pledge with us on Twitter about how you aim to raise sepsis awareness. Follow us on Twitter: @PodRTP Clare: @MannersOfMarple Craig: @CraigDavidson85 Kayte: @Kayte83 Kate: @Sinclair9Kate Katie: @KatieDutton17 UK Sepsis Trust: @UKSepsisTrust

47 minSEP 14
Comments
Retaining the Passion: Sepsis Awareness Special.

Retaining the Passion: Planning Your Development.

Clare and Craig catch up and are joined by Dr Gemma Stacey, Director of the Florence Nightingale Foundation Academy. Together they talk about making the most of your nursing journey and planning your professional development. Follow us on Twitter: @PodRTP Clare: @MannersOfMarple Craig: @CraigDavidson85 Gemma: @GemmaStacey10

45 minAUG 24
Comments
Retaining the Passion: Planning Your Development.

Retaining the Passion: Covid-19 - The Impact on Nursing.

We catch up with Clare and Craig who tell us what they've been up to since we last heard from them. They are joined by Professor Anne Marie Rafferty, President of the Royal College of Nursing and Professor of Health Policy at Kings College, London, to discuss the impact of Covid-19 on the nursing profession. Clare and Craig then reflect on this discussion and how they and others can move forward in their practice. Follow us on Twitter: @PodRTP Clare: @MannersOfMarple Craig: @CraigDavidson85 Anne Marie: @annemarieraffer

56 minAUG 10
Comments
Retaining the Passion: Covid-19 - The Impact on Nursing.

Retaining the Passion: What's in a Name?

Clare and Craig discuss their reasons for choosing the theme, "What's in a Name?". Also, the many names and titles nurses have. And why this can be confusing for both the public and the profession. Rachel Hollis, Chair of RCN Profession Nursing Committee, joins them, sharing her journey through nursing and thoughts on this episode's theme. Clare and Craig then reflect on this discussion and how they and others can move forward in their practice. Follow us on Twitter: @PodRTP Clare: @MannersOfMarple Craig: @CraigDavidson85 Rachel: @RachelAHollis

44 minJUL 27
Comments
Retaining the Passion: What's in a Name?

Retaining the Passion: Raising Your Voice.

Clare and Craig discuss their reasons for choosing the theme, "Raising Your Voice", and why they think nurses should raise their voices. They are joined by guests, Jessica Sainsbury, a final year dual field adult and mental health nursing student and RCN Students' Committee chair, and BJ Waltho, a registered nurse and trained midwife, who is an Associate Director of Operations and Chair of RCN Congress. From different spectrums of their nursing careers, Jessica and BJ offer their advice on how to raise your voice. Clare and Craig then reflect on what they have learned and how they can take this forward in their practice. Follow us on Twitter: @PodRTP Clare: @MannersOfMarple Craig: @CraigDavidson85 Jessica: @JessLSainsbury BJ: @bjgw

68 minJUL 13
Comments
Retaining the Passion: Raising Your Voice.

Retaining the Passion: Finding Hope.

Clare and Craig share their personal reasons for choosing the theme, “Finding Hope”, and discuss what hope means to them. They are joined by guests, Tara Hewitt, Group Equality and Inclusion Programme Manager and founder of the Trans NHS Staff Network, and Dr Calvin Moorley, adult nurse and Professor of Nursing Research. Together they discuss topics including Pride Month, LGBT+ health inequality, trans rights, Black Lives Matter, BAME health inequality and intersectionality. Clare and Craig then reflect on what they have learned and how they can take this forward in their practice. Follow us on Twitter at: @PodRTP Clare: @MannersOfMarple Craig: @CraigDavidson85 Tara: @Tara_Hewitt Calvin: @CalvinMoorley

69 minJUN 29
Comments
Retaining the Passion: Finding Hope.

Retaining the Passion: An Introduction.

Clare and Craig introduce themselves and talk about their journeys into nursing. They discuss their aims and hopes for this podcast series. And generally have a good old catch up. Hope you enjoy it!

25 minJUN 21
Comments
Retaining the Passion: An Introduction.
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