“When Helen spoke at TEDXRobina, she had a beautiful stage presence and captivated the audience with her warm and humble nature, while sharing her powerful story with authenticity and confidence. Helen’s strengths, kindness and generosity as a humanitarian nurse touched all of our hearts and left a lasting impression on all of our souls”
Creating Change Through Volunteering: Lessons from a Humanitarian Nurse | TEDxRobina
Helen has dedicated herself in recent years to caring for the victims of some of the world’s most devastating humanitarian crises. Helen is currently working at the Gold Coast University Hospital, she remains active in assisting other volunteers wanting to go over to Greece and volunteer in refugee camps. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.
No Woman Left Behind Conference Darwin 2020
A beautiful celebration of women – their culture, their journeys, their words of wisdom here in the Northern Territory.
video courtesy of: Rebecca Forrest
Introducing Our Nurses in Action Ambassador, HELEN ZAHOS
World Youth International features Helen Zahos as Nurses in Action Ambassador in 2020, which has been announced as “International Year of the Nurse and Midwife” in honour of the 200th birth anniversary of Florence Nightingale, the founder of ‘modern nursing’
Crana Plus Magazine Features Helen Zahos
Helen’s overseas experience with World Youth International’s (WYI) Nurses in Action program has prepared her for her role in 2020 as the organization’s newly-appointed Ambassador.
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SBS presents Volunteers Facing Disasters in everyday work
SBS features those that face disaster in everyday roles; how they cope, manage their own safety and work towards their goals.
Family of 10 year old Iraqi burn victim appeals for help.
Al Jazeerah Warning. There are distressing images in this report. The family of an Iraqi girl suffering from severe burns wounds is appealing for urgent help to overcome the obstacles and take her to the United States for treatment. Helen Zahos and fellow volunteer medcial Doctors assist in her transfer out of Iraq.
We Can Change the World
We can change the world. An education project by Helen Zahos in collaboration with the teachers from Lagkadikia Refugee camp, Greece.
Angels – A documentary by David Gilchrist
A documentary produced by David Gilchrist. It is about Australian volunteers helping in Greece despite the impact it has on the volunteers’ lives.
Helen Zahos interview in Greek on Antony Shows
Helen Zahos travelled to Greece from Australia to volunteer as a Nurse during the refugee crisis. This interview gives a personal account of what she experienced whilst there including a boat accident where 27 adults and 11 children drowned, and being mistaken for a police officer and being hit to the face with a metal pole during the first border closures during a riot. Interview is in Greek.
Helen Zahos on Meraki TV
Meraki TV interviews Helen Zahos at the Brisbane Paniyiri (An annual Greek community festival). This interview focusses on Helen’s volunteer work and her nursing in general.
“In April 2019, Helen Zahos was our keynote speaker at the University of the sunshine Coast for the Nursing students’ Association. The event was focused on international humanitarian aid as a career for nursing students. As Helen spoke, the entire audience was captivated with her life and professional experiences taking her to humanitarian crises across the globe. All the students were inspired by Helen’s work ethic, dedication and impressive career path.
By hosting Helen to speak to the students about her career path provided the students an understanding that success takes time. The Nursing students’ Association was appreciative of Helen sharing her motivating experiences at our event”
Student Nurse and event organiser
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