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Length: 9 min


Mark Aitken, RN Stakeholder Engagement Manager with Nurse & Midwife Support, talks to Drew Radford about resilience for health care professionals in rural and remote communities. He explores the meaning of resilience and why is it important, the key components of resilience, the particular issues for health care professionals in rural and remote areas that may impact their ability to be resilient, how self-care supports your ability to be resilient and what you should do if all of a sudden your resilience doesn’t kick in.


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Mark Aitken

Mark is the Deputy Director of the Nursing and Midwifery Health Program Victoria (NMHPV) and the Stakeholder Engagement Manager with Nurse & Midwife Support. Mark has been a proud Registered Nurse for over 30 years. Mark is passionate about supporting the health and wellbeing of health care professionals and ensuring they have support for any issue whenever they need it.