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#96: Living with COVID: One Man's Experience as a Patient and a Healthcare Executive featuring Kevin Browne

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#96: Living with COVID: One Man's Experience as a Patient and a Healthcare Executive featuring Kevin Browne

May 12, 2021

#96: Living with COVID: One Man's Experience as a Patient and a Healthcare Executive featuring Kevin Browne

In this episode we interview Dr. Kevin Browne, Vice-President and Deputy Chief Nursing Officer of Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK).  

Kevin shares with us his incredible story of experiencing COVID as a patient in his own hospital and as a nurse leader in New York City. His personal story was so remarkable he ended up on the NBC Today Show!

Kevin describes his quest to strengthen the commitment of MSK to evidence-based practice and his experience applying evidence to his own care during the COVID-19 pandemic.

During the interview we also talk about the greatest challenges leaders have faced and are facing when it comes to their sustaining their own well-being and work-life balance.  

Kevin also shares some of the approaches he is taking personally to maintain well-being and work-life balance. 

We close the interview with Kevin sharing what he is doing to support leaders and staff during these persistently challenging times. 

You probably already realize that Kevin has a remarkable story and experience worth listening to.  Listen now!

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