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F087 Nurses 1/4: Do you know what nurses do? (Shawna Butler, USA)

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F087 Nurses 1/4: Do you know what nurses do? (Shawna Butler, USA)

2020 is the year of the nurse and the midwife. What do nurses actually do and why are they still a hidden innovation treasure in healthcare?   In this series…
July 2, 2020

F087 Nurses 1/4: Do you know what nurses do? (Shawna Butler, USA)

2020 is the year of the nurse and the midwife. What do nurses actually do and why are they still a hidden innovation treasure in healthcare?
 
In this series consisting of discussions with nurse innovators, you will hear about:
What nurses actually do,
The changing role of nurses in healthcare,
Relationship nurses have with technology — IT systems, new innovations,
Why they should be at the policy making table.
 
The first episode features Shawna Butler, Nurse Economist and EntrepreNURSE from the US, currently the Host of SEE YOU NOW podcast, focused on sharing perspectives of nurses on healthcare. She is a member of the core team of the Exponential Medicine team at Singularity University. In this discussion, Shawna Buttler, speaks about the current situation healthcare workers have found themselves in due to COVID-19, what she’s learning about nurses through hosting the See you now podcast, we also touched very human aspects of nursing we don’t hear about often, that is the needs and support in end of life care.
Recap of the series: https://www.facesofdigitalhealth.com/blog/f087f091-series-nurses-the 
 

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