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Highlighting the value in all healthcare workers and inspiring them to love their work.

Sarah Morse is no stranger to the intricacies of the Australian healthcare system. As a Registered Nurse with more than twenty years’ experience across multiple sectors, Sarah has experienced both the brilliance and the burnout of healthcare. Specialising in palliative care, she is known for her compassion, and deep commitment to positive health outcomes for patients and their families.  

Sarah also brings a global perspective. From assisting with a caesarean section in an Indian clinic in the middle of a blackout to weighing babies at a rural health clinic in Zambia, and from doing therapy with disabled children in a Romanian orphanage to teaching life skills to survivors of human trafficking, her breadth of experience is extraordinary. Like most healthcare workers, Sarah has seen the very best and the very worst of humanity, often on the same day. 

Now based back home in Australia, Sarah is focused on bridging gaps in process and engagement so she can pave the way for a more productive and effective healthcare system. 

I see a health ecosystem which daily breathes the gift of life to both the deliverers and receivers of healthcare. I see health professionals thriving, operating out of their original passion and compassion. In my opinion, value should be placed on all people in the ecosystem – from the executive, the staff and the patients, to the people providing the goods and services in the supply chains. My work is delivering more holistic outcomes for patients by inspiring and empowering staff to care beyond compliance.” – Sarah Morse