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See You Now

Inspiring stories highlighting innovative and human-centered solutions driven by nurses addressing today's most challenging healthcare problems.

The Gritty Nurse Podcast

Unfiltered conversations and hot topics in healthcare.

Nurse Leader Network

with Chris Recinos

What happens when you provide nurse leaders with tools to learn, share and connect?

The Kidney Connection

It's all connected.

The Happy Nurse

Elaina Mullery promotes self-care strategies to her fellow nurses and healthcare workers.

The WoMed

The WoMed! Where host D (@dmmaltby) talks all things Women in Medicine and the bad ass things we’re doing outside of the medical community too!

Amplify Nursing

We showcase the powerful work nurses do each day. Join us in conversations with nurses leading the way in nursing science, policy and innovation.

Healthcare’s MissingLogic Podcast

Where healthcare leaders see their problems and challenges through a brand-new lens.

At the Core of Care

Pennsylvania nurses innovating for their communities

Expert Insights on COVID-19 with Elsevier

Experts share their invaluable insights into the mode of transmission and pathophysiology of the COVID-19 virus

The Virtual Clinical Podcast

A weekly podcast supporting the student nurse and soon-to-be Registered Nurse with insights from members of the nursing community.

The Handoff

Dive into the most pressing topics in nursing, from burnout and mental health to diversity in nursing to the latest clinical innovations.

The Nurse Keith Show

The Nurse Keith Show is an invaluable audio destination for ambitious, thoughtful, and forward-thinking 21st-century nurses.

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How to Go From Idea to Selling Your Product with Brian Mohika

# 28 How many times have you had a great idea for something that would make your life or the life of your patients easier? How many times have you seen a nurse come up with a tip or trick to get something working? Nurses are natural inventors and in this episode we sit down with Brian Mohika, CEO & Founder of CathWear. He walks through his journey of how he came up with the idea through manufacturing and selling his product. He shares the struggles he encountered on the journey, including what he did to build a team and scale his empire. He also    highlights his amazing story on becoming a nurse inventor in his new book “Let it Flow”.  Whether you are interested in becoming a nurse inventor, or simply want to improve your leadership skills this episode will share crucial insights into getting a team on board to make differences in others lives. Never miss an episode by hitting subscribe! Find more information to help you on your nurse leader journey at www.nurseleadernetwork.com
March 4, 2021
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If Bill Burr met Nursing- Talking travel Nursing with Q The Nurse

In this hilarious episode, Amie & Sara sit down and talk to Q The Nurse about travel nursing and we haven't laughed this hard in a long time! Q The Nurse talks about the life of a travel nurse, the pros and cons and all the juicy bits you have been dying to know. You don't need to be a nurse to enjoy this episode.!! He is funny, intelligent and honest. He is the Bill Burr of Nursing! Let us know if he has convinced you to become a travel nurse!
March 4, 2021
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The role of nurses as healthcare goes digital

Microsoft’s Molly McCarthy shares her perspective on how nurses can get involved in digital initiatives like virtual care.
March 3, 2021
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#86 Helping Healthcare Heroes Heal from the Trauma of the Pandemic featuring Dr. Mark Goulston and Dr. Diana Hendel

In this episode we talk with co-authors, Dr. Mark Goulston and Dr. Diana Hendel, about their book Why Cope When You Can Heal?  How Healthcare Heroes of COVID-19 Can Recover from PTSD. In their book, Mark and Diana paint the picture of the “perfect storm for trauma” that is being experienced by healthcare workers today.  In the interview Diana shares her perspective that healthcare workers are the grittiest, toughest, most resilient people in our society.   But we are living in the downside of our societal “just get over it” culture and aren’t giving equal attention to the processing which is essential for healing.   We discuss why it’s important to bear witness to this moment in history and to not “rush past the tragedies that have been experienced.”  Diana describes the numerous experiences healthcare workers have had during the pandemic that have contributed to the experience of moral injury and traumatic stress. Mark and Diana also share their perspectives on the pending serious mental health and PTSD crisis that is inevitable in the healthcare system.   At the close of the interview Diana shares some words of wisdom for healthcare leaders regarding what is and will be required by leaders during these traumatic times.  This is an interview jam packed with priceless information for anyone who is working in healthcare today.  Stop what you are doing and listen now!To get our FREE perspective paper, TheThree Biggest Mistakes Healthcare Leaders Make When Trying to Achieve Work Life Balance  Click Here now!We would love to have you contribute to this podcast by submitting a question that we can feature in a future episode.  All you must do is email your question to  [email protected]  If you found value in this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts!  
March 3, 2021
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40: Counting on Faith

There has been a long-standing relationship between faith, clergy, health, and healthcare. Faith-based partnerships have forged and furthered public health goals historically and more importantly at present. Clergy and faith-based organizations are pivotal and trusted players in their communities providing service, leadership, connection, communication, distribution of services, and increasingly, innovation. In this episode we explore with UK Healthcare’s Chief Diversity Officer Tukea Talbert DNP, RN, CDP about how partnerships with our communities’ faith leaders and congregations can build trust, break systemic barriers to access, and move toward health equity. To learn more, visit our website at www.seeyounowpodcast.com. Contact us at [email protected]
March 2, 2021
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S2. Ep5 Midwifery, Psych Mental Health and Vulnerability with Dr. Diane Solomon PhD, PMHNP-BC, CNM

Join in on this episode with Dr. Diane Solomon as she details her journey and unpacks everything in this gracious episode. Discussions include the ABCDE's of self-care; experiences on a Navajo reservation and earning trust amongst the tribe; the importance of the mother-daughter dyad; what life is really like as a midwife with long hours and often stressful moments; the impact of cultural diversity among blacks and indigenous people; cultural privilege and the importance of checking yourself; de-escalation techniques and the importance of being trauma-informed. Finally, a shout-out to Lyndsey Miller on Individual Care Values and Autonomy and why it is so important to network! Dr. Solomon originally received her Master of Science in Nursing from Yale, becoming a Certified Nurse-Midwife devoted to women’s empowerment and health. After two decades of practice, she returned to Oregon Health & Sciences University for her Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner post-master’s certificate. Dr. Solomon also holds a certificate in psychoanalytic psychotherapy and a PhD in Nursing, the latter focused on healing family relationships in the context of aging. With a private psychiatric practice in Portland, she is honored to help clients heal and thrive, from trauma to joy. Dr. Solomon is also a health policy advocate, promoting the NP role and NP solution to primary and behavioral healthcare through systems-level change, engagement, action, and collaboration. She volunteers as adjunct faculty at OHSU, on the Boards of Oregon Nurses Association, Nurse Practitioners of Oregon, and the Oregon Wellness Program, and in other ways to enrich the lives and well-being of others. Follow her on Twitter: @DianeSolomonOR
March 2, 2021
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Mother Wit with Certified Nurse Midwife Tanya Tringali

This week on the WoMed, we have the pleasure of hearing from our first ever certified nurse midwife, Tanya Tringali! Tanya discusses midwifery school, distanced education programs, and the vast range of care midwives offer. She also shares the need for continuing education for older midwives to ensure they can offer transgender healthcare and to ensure their practice is able to serve all women. D and Tanya dive into the primary barrier she believes her patients face, which is the systemic issue of the postpartum care gap. We also learn about Tanya’s company, Mother Wit, which services a wide-range of people; she will take care of anyone in need of support, but is the first to involve a third party if necessary. Throughout the episode, D and Tanya also touch on the relationship between fitness, nutrition, midwifery and pregnancy.  You can connect with Tanya at Motherwitmaternity.com and @Mother.wit.maternity on Instagram!   To join my Patreon community, head to patreon.com/thewomed & to check out The WoMed necklaces head to https://becomeunlocked.com/collections/unlocked-x-danielle-maltby  Plus, be sure to subscribe, rate, and review, and follow us on Instagram and Twitter @TheWoMed. Remember to submit your weekly Nurse D Energy moments to D on Instagram — we love reading and sharing them!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
March 1, 2021
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Mental and Financial Wellness with Terra Fontenot-Beard

The state of your finances can certainly be toxic to your health if they are causing you worry and stress. Lean in to my episode on toxicity HERE. This is the very reason why financial wellness is part of a holistic wellness plan. Your mindset around money could also be playing a part in your overall wellness journey. Terra, together with her sister, offers education to help people become mentally and financially fit. This is a journey that starts with mindset work and tips that leads to better financial literacy. In between you will catch nuggets of everyday things you can start doing right now to improve, no matter what your situation currently looks like. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
February 28, 2021
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Nurse Keith's COVID-19 Update #21 | The Nurse Keith Show

On this special bonus COVID-19 update, Nurse Keith discusses reaching the grim milestone of half a million Americans dead from COVID-19, approaching one year of the coronavirus pandemic, pandemic fatigue, and other reflections on the state of the world as we close the chapter on February, 2021.  Nurse Keith is a holistic career coach for nurses, as well as a professional podcaster, published author, inspiring speaker, and successful nurse entrepreneur. 
February 28, 2021
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Amplify Nursing: Season 3 Ep 03: Ernesto Holguin

Today on AmplifyNursing we talk to Ernesto Holguin. A clinical nurse, innovator, and entrepreneur, Ernesto creates solutions to everyday clinical problems with his team at OTEN Medical. He shares with us his inspiration for his work, the challenges of developing a new product, and his entry into nursing through a very unusual route - the United States Army Marching Band.
February 25, 2021
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Interview with Dr. Ernest Grant President of the ANA

#27 In this episode we sit down with the 36th president of the American Nurses Association Dr. Ernest Grant.
February 25, 2021
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Interview with Dr. Ernest Grant President of the ANA

#27 In this episode we sit down with the 36th president of the American Nurses Association Dr. Ernest Grant.
February 25, 2021
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When crisis strikes, you strike back! 5 Mental Health Tips to keep you going

In this episode, Amie and Sara talk to Dr. Jennifer Love, a psychiatrist about her newly released book, "When Crisis Strikes- 5 steps to heal your brain, body and life from chronic stress". We all need tangible and practical steps to help support out mental health. This is the new empire that strikes back! 
February 25, 2021
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#85 ENCORE Episode: How to Make A Positive Difference in the World and Stop Making False Either/Or Choices featuring Dr. Barry Johnson

We are thrilled to provide this Encore episode of our interview with our dear friend and mentor  Dr. Barry Johnson.  Barry is the author of AND:  Making a Difference by Leveraging Polarity, Paradox, or Dilemma.  Volume One: Foundations.  AND is for people interested in making a positive difference in the world or in any part of their life as a citizen, a family member, or an individual within an organization.   Volume One of AND covers the application of fundamental polarities from different system perspectives and how different polarities show up in the brain.  Barry suggests learning about polarities is easiest when you work from the smallest system up.  So, beginning with polarities that have meaning for you as an individual enables you to see quickly how the same polarity is applicable across other levels of the system.  During our interview with Barry, we explore how Both/And thinking overcomes resistance to change and polarization and is an essential step in making a difference. We also discuss how misdiagnosing polarities as problems and how leaders pay a price twice when this occurs. You probably already realize, if you want to make a difference in the world understanding polarities is essential and this book is a must read!   Go ahead and listen to this thought- provoking interview now!  For full show notes and links, visit: https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcast To get our FREE perspective paper, TheThree Biggest Mistakes Healthcare Leaders Make When Trying to Achieve Work Life Balance  Click Here now! We would love to have you contribute to this podcast by submitting a question that we can feature in a future episode.  All you must do is email your question to  [email protected]   If you found value in this episode, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts!   
February 24, 2021
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Part 2 of 2: The Relationship Between Clinician Wellness and Patient Outcomes

In this second half of the two-part episode, Dr. MJ Erickson-Hogue interviews Dr. Lori Weichenthal, MD and Dr. Jay Kaplan about the importance of wellness for medical caregivers and the effect that it has on patients. Their discussion notes the clinical areas most at risk for burnout as well as how to prevent and treat it. They also identify actions that caregivers can take to embed self-care within their daily routines.   Both Dr. Weichenthal and Dr. Kaplan are involved in national programs focused on clinician wellness.   Dr. Jay Kaplan, MD is the Medical Director of Care Transformation for LCMC Health in New Orleans. He is the Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, Section of Emergency Medicine at LSU Health Sciences Center and is the attending emergency physician and academic faculty for the Emergency Medicine Residency at the University Medical Center New Orleans. Dr. Kaplan is a past President of the American College of Emergency Physicians and current national faculty for ACEP, and he has been a member of the National Academy of Medicine Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience for the past several years.   Dr. Lori Weichenthal, MD, FACEP, RYT is the Assistant Dean of Graduate Medical Education at UCSF Fresno. She is also the Associate Program Director of Emergency Medicine and Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine. Her expertise in wellness stems from developing curriculum and support services for trainees.   Hosted by: Dr. MJ Erickson-Hogue, Director, Point of Care, Digital Content, Elsevier Clinical Solutions    Learn more on Elsevier's Website | Health Podcast Network Follow on Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn | YouTube
February 23, 2021
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S2 Ep4 Canadian Nursing, Long-Term Care and Vibrant Health with Daniela Acosta, RN, GNC (C), BScN, BSc

Find out why long-term care may be the best kept secret in nursing practice as the podcast's welcome's its first Canadian nurse- Daniela Acosta! Daniela discusses some differences between the United States and Canadian health care as well as what it is like working in long-term care. She is passionate about long term care as well as quality improvement and best practice implementation. Discussion points include building trust, talking to people, clinical skill challenges, team nursing staffing, care plans, burnout and a spiritual health advisor, and the 8 A's of Dementia. Finally, we go into her venture, Vibrant Nurse which aims to be a blend of nursing and leadership including sharing leadership skills for outcomes and how to achieve during the pandemic. Daniela Acosta RN, GNC (C), BScN, BSc, CEO of Vibrant Nurse. Daniela is a nursing practice leader in long-term care at one of the largest and most innovative long-term care facilities in the province of Ontario, Canada. Since graduating, with Dean’s honours, from the University of Toronto in 2012, she has dedicated her entire career to senior’s care as well as quality improvement and best practice implementation. Daniela is an advocate for highlighting the importance of registered nursing roles in long-term care and the importance of embracing leadership skills in nursing. This passion has since inspired her to create Vibrant Nurse, a social media community and online business (in their beginning stages) that support general nursing leadership and raise awareness of nursing opportunities in long-term care. Find her on instagram: @vibrantnurse or via her website: https://vibrantnurse.ca/
February 23, 2021
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035: Self Care During Pregnancy With Chambrie Ferrier

Pregnancy can change women. Having a small human growing inside us can affect us physically, emotionally, and mentally. During this phase, many of us set aside self care as we adjust to our pregnancy. However, some of us manage to adjust and celebrate this new experience. In this episode, I talk with my good friend Chambrie about how her pregnancy has changed her. She and I share our woes, unusual cravings, self care practices, and ways to connect with our babies. We also discuss the importance of asking for help from our family and friends. TOPICS WE DISCUSSED INCLUDE: Pregnancy woes (02:00) Support from someone going through the same journey (07:30) Embrace indulgent self care and help (09:23) Give your body what it asks for (12:48) Don’t be afraid to ask for and receive help (17:52) Sleep (19:16) Work with what you’ve got and go with the flow (24:55) Support in different ways (27:26) Connecting with your baby through meditation and journaling (31:19) Struggling to connect is normal (40:11) Work and pregnancy (42:07) CONNECT WITH CHAMBRIE FERRIER Connect with Chambrie on https://www.linkedin.com/in/chambrie-ferrier-ba465212a/?originalSubdomain=au (LinkedIn) Follow her on https://www.facebook.com/IntuitiveWellbeingChambrie/ (Facebook) CONNECT WITH ELAINA MULLERY https://happynurse.com.au/ (HappyNurse.com.au) Connect with me on https://www.instagram.com/happynurseau/ (Instagram) and https://www.facebook.com/happynurseau/ (Facebook) Connect with me on https://au.linkedin.com/in/elaina-mullery-499894a3 (LinkedIn) Subscribe to my https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTTrBm-fk9N9MbGEylyg_Yg (Youtube) channel
February 22, 2021
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39: Real World Data. Real Life Results.

The use of data is rapidly shaping and transforming every aspect of how we measure, track, research, and deliver healthcare. Using large data sets, innovators have been unleashing technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning, natural language processing, and sentiment analysis to open entirely new avenues to understand health conditions, the circumstances in which they arise, and personalized approaches to addressing them. Cancer care is one area where the use of data is rapidly transforming every facet of care, and one rapidly evolving development is the use of real world data to provide important insights that often have not been answered using data from the highly prized clinical trials data. One very specific area that data—particularly real world data—is helping us to understand is how race and ethnicity play a role in disparities in care and outcomes. In this episode, we go deep into the data weeds with clinician, innovator, and data specialist Kathleen Maignan, AGPCNP-BC, MSN, OCN, to reveal what stories the data really has to tell. To learn more, visit our website at www.seeyounowpodcast.com. Contact us at [email protected]
February 22, 2021
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Do You Believe in Magic? with Dr. Raven Bradley

This week on the WoMed, we have our first chiropractor, Dr. Raven Bradley! She talks about the incredible moment that made her want to become a chiropractor, what the schooling is like, her favorite and least favorite part of the job, and advice for others looking to join the field. Y’all, what she does is magic — healing people in incredible and at times inexplicable ways. D and Dr. Bradley also discuss the impacts of COVID and the types of misinformation about chiropractors that she has to battle. As we all have to do in life, especially these days, Dr. Bradley also speaks about finding joy and moments of happiness no matter the situation.  You can connect with Raven on Instagram @ravenjbradley, and at Artisan Chiropractic in Houston, Texas.  To join my Patreon community, head to patreon.com/thewomed & to check out The WoMed necklaces head to https://becomeunlocked.com/collections/unlocked-x-danielle-maltby  Plus, be sure to subscribe, rate, and review, and follow us on Instagram and Twitter @TheWoMed. Remember to submit your weekly Nurse D Energy moments to D on Instagram — we love reading and sharing them!  Thank you to our amazing sponsor! Check out this deal for my listeners:  BETTERHELP – Go to BetterHelp.com/womed to get 10% off your first month  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
February 22, 2021
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Black Sexuality in America with Nicole Goode

Food for thought during this episode: Black sexuality in America Healthy and unhealthy relationships Situations that affect the black family unit Social-economic-race structure impact on Black sexuality Relationships and commodification of the Black body and sex --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
February 21, 2021
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How to Deal With the Toxicity Created by Avoiding Toxic Behaviors or Traits

What do you do when the toxic characteristics that you are attempting to avoid from childhood show up all over in your adult life? It’s so frustrating to have worked so hard to do better as you are growing up only to realize that those traits have materialized in ways you did even realize until it was too late. I see posts on Twitter often that say, “my toxic trait is…”, and I think about this. Through therapy, I have traced many of these toxic traits from childhood. The funny thing is most times they looked different, but at the root are the same in principle. Whether you are dealing with perfectionism, procrastination, or overall performance paralysis they all come from some deep rooted fear or issues that haven't been resolved or maybe even unearthed yet. It takes some deep work to expose the origin of these toxic traits so that you can begin to process through and unravel them. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
February 21, 2021
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Street Medicine and Mercy in Action | The Nurse Keith Show, EPS 310

On episode 310 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews Joy Fernandez de Narayan, DNP, FNP-C of Mercy Care, a federally qualified health center and Atlanta’s only healthcare for the homeless program. Dr. Fernandez de Narayan provides high-quality street-based medicine to the most vulnerable members of the community. This is truly heartfelt mission-oriented service that furthers the healing ministry of the Sisters of Mercy. 
February 19, 2021
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Master Quality Improvement using LEAN and Six Sigma with Jarvis Gray

#26 Do you really understand what YOU can do to improve quality at your organization? What are the actual steps for a robust quality improvement system in healthcare? How do you implement it and how do you get others onboard? In this episode we are joined by the phenomenal Jarvis Gray, CEO/Founder of the Quality Coaching Company and host of The Healthcare QualityCast to discuss the step-by-step process for implementing an outcome-driven quality management program. We also examine some of the most common mistakes organizations make in regards to QI and how informal leaders and even students can become involved in quality within their organization. Learn more by visiting www.nurseleadernetwork.com
February 18, 2021
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LEAN and Six Sigma Secrets with Jarvis Gray

#26 What should be at the forefront of any organization's strategic planning? Join us as we discuss quality management with Jarvis Gray, host of The Healthcare QualityCast.
February 18, 2021
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