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You Supporting You – Workbook to Download

You Supporting You – Workbook to Download

You Supporting You – Your Sentence, Your story, Your week

It is our great pleasure here at Davaar to provide this resource for your own musings, a reflective writing process packaged in a free downloadable workbook.

Download the You Supporting You Workbook

Click the cover to download your copy of our PDF workbook.

Creating this resource grew out of the Covid-19 pandemic that has had such a significant impact on our world and peoples of the world.  What began as a social media exercise has developed into a soothing six-week daily personal reflection process.

The aim of this reflective process is to assist you as the writer to connect or perhaps reconnect with your strengths, your dreams or your purpose in life. To support more inspiration and deeper reflections we have included the mediums of images, music, stories and art to arouse the creative genius in each of us.

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Sponsoring entry to ACN Nurses Forum August, 2020

Sponsoring entry to ACN Nurses Forum August, 2020

We’re getting ready for the 2020 International Year of the Nurse & MidwifeNNF2019Logo

And to celebrate it, Davaar Consultancy is excited to sponsor the registration of a nurse or midwife to attend the ACN Nurses Forum in Canberra on 19th – 21st  August 2020.

Simply tell us who is your Nursing or Midwifery Role Model (currently or historically).

  • What is it about the person or their work that you most admire?
  • If you were to meet them today what question you would ask them?
  • If they were to ask you – how do you envisage your professional role in 50 years? How would you respond to them?
Your essay piece must be between 350-500 words, and entries close on 30th April 2020. The winner will be announced on the 12th May 2020 – International Nurses Day.
Get writing now, and mail your entry to debb@davaar.com.au
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Professional Boundaries and Cultural Bias

Professional Boundaries and Cultural Bias

Professional Boundaries and Cultural Bias

Dr. Wendy McIntosh PhD

Dr. Wendy McIntosh PhD

Sometimes the obvious connections slip to the edge of my consciousness. I had not made a specific link between professional boundaries and cultural bias until a couple of weeks ago.

I was invited to facilitate a seminar for Interpreters on the theme of Cultural Bias. As I was researching content for the seminar, and more specifically, from the discussions during the seminar, light bulbs started going off in my brain. Neuroscientists would say it was the sparking of my neurons – however, I like the image of the light bulb, I guess I just have to be careful when I switch the light bulbs off and on.

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Why You Want Critical Feedback

Why You Want Critical Feedback

Today I thought I would write about feedback, specifically what is known as critical feedback.

I have experienced critical feedback that has had both a positive and a negative impact on me. In reflection what has made the difference has been the delivery style of the individual who has given me the feedback. Where I experienced that the individual giving the feedback actually did have my best interests at the centre of their interaction with me I took in what they said and allowed myself to digest and make my sense of what they were saying. I felt able to approach them later to ask for clarification which also helped me to come to decisions.

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