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Wellbeing for the broken. Part 1. Liz Crowe for St Emlyn’s

Editors comment: This is the first of two blogs written by our friend and colleague Liz Crowe. They describe a very painful experience and series of events experienced by someone close to us, and someone

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Ms Liz Crowe

Ms Liz Crowe BachSW, PhD(Candidate) Section lead for Wellbeing Editorial Board Member St Emlyn’s blog and podcast Wellbeing Counsellor and Educator Advanced Clinician Paediatric Social Worker, Paediatric Intensive Care Unit, Queensland Children’s Hospital Clinical Lead,

Where’s the love in critical care? Liz Crowe at #SMACCDUB

  We are into the second month of a new year. Many of us in critical care may have made a resolve to ‘take better care of ourselves this year’. With promises of more exercise

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Liz Crowe Videos

Liz Crowe Religion and Critical Care #SMACCUS: Liz Crowe Where is the love in critical care? SMACCDub: Liz Crowe

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Liz Crowe #SMACCUS St.Emlyn’s

Liz Crowe talks on the role of religion in coping with devastating life events, such as those whitnessed in critical care

St.Emlyn's grief christmas

Grief at Christmas. Liz Crowe at St.Emlyn’s

Managing bad news in emergency medicine and critical care at Christmas. St.Emlyn’s on Grief at Christmas.

Communicating terrible news: Can we do it better? Liz Crowe at St.Emlyn’s

  It’s every health professional’s most dreaded task to have to communicate difficult news to desperate patients, friends and relatives; particularly when someone has died. Think about this clinical case and ask yourself what you

Understanding grief with Liz Crowe: St. Emlyn’s

Liz Crowe and Iain Beardsell recently podcasted on grief in the ED. A tricky subject but one that will touch all of us at some point in our careers. The podcast has been really well

PTSD and me part 5: why did I break?

Working in healthcare and, or as first responders we are at risk of being exposed to abnormal events.  Events for which we have no frame of reference and which precipitate acute stress responses and present

The great day paradox. St.Emlyn’s

I started thinking and writing this blog about 2 years ago, but I’d not really been happy with understanding how I feel about it. More recently I’ve been asked to prepare a talk for the

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