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S1 Ep7 Post Stroke with Lauren Landis, ASN, RN

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S1 Ep7 Post Stroke with Lauren Landis, ASN, RN

This is a very special episode! I sit down with Lauren Landis to discuss her career and most importantly, how she was a nurse on the same unit that her…
June 20, 2020

S1 Ep7 Post Stroke with Lauren Landis, ASN, RN

This is a very special episode! I sit down with Lauren Landis to discuss her career and most importantly, how she was a nurse on the same unit that her dad received stroke care. We talk about Lauren’s unique background, safe staffing ratios and what her first job was like and spend a majority of time discussing her father, whom suffered a stroke. This case is presented as a case study with knowledge about risk factors, how important an a1c is, what a large vessel stroke means, what neurointerventional care entails and so, so, much more. Lauren describes her experience as a nurse going through tough choices, with appreciation of her prior coworkers and how it is okay to change an environment to better one’s own mental health to better care for patients. Lauren’s bravery to share this story is not one to pass along-it is a must listen!

Lauren is a 2016 graduate of Penn State Mont Alto. She began her career on a Med-Surg Neuro unit before stepping into the world of critical care. Her current area of work is in surgical/trauma intensive care, though she will always have a place in her heart for Neurocritical care patients. She received the Daisy Award in 2017 and a token of recognition by Gift of Life Donor Program for the nursing care of an organ donor in 2019. When Lauren isn’t donning/doffing PPE, doing Q1hr neuro checks, or replacing electrolytes, you can find her cooking new recipes, napping away the nightshift hangover, or playing video games with her fiancé, Joshua.

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