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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.

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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Latest Episodes

Vaccine Confidence: Building Trust

Vaccine Confidence: Building Trust is the third episode in a six-part series featuring conversations about vaccine confidence and public health on the At the Core of Care podcast. The National Nurse-Led Care Consortium is producing this special series as part of its efforts to support nurses and our communities. In this episode, we discuss behavioral techniques nurses are adopting at this time to build confidence in COVID-19 vaccines and how trust and empathy are crucial to the process. Our conversation begins with nurses Dr. Stephen Perez and Jasmine Nakayama from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and concludes with Dr. Gloria Jones, a family nurse practitioner in Silver Spring, Maryland. Dr. Stephen Perez is a lieutenant in the US Public Health Service and nurse epidemiologist with the Transmission and Molecular Epidemiology Team in the Division of HIV Prevention at the CDC. Recently he served as the clinical lead for the CDC Vaccine Confidence Team. He is succeeded by Jasmine Nakayama, Epidemic Intelligence Officer at the CDC National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion in the Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity. We also speak to Dr. Gloria Jones, a Maryland-based family nurse practitioner, about her strategies for bolstering vaccine confidence in the community where she provides care for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This project was funded in part by a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (grant number NU50CK000580). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is an agency within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The contents of this resource center do not necessarily represent the policy of CDC or HHS, and should not be considered an endorsement by the Federal Government.
April 19, 2021
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Servant Leadership in Healthcare and Nursing | The Nurse Keith Show, EPS 318

On episode 318 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews Carol Schmekel, a nurse, healthcare leader, teacher, consultant, and executive coach regarding the concept of servant leadership in healthcare.  Nurse Keith is a holistic career coach for nurses, as well as a professional podcaster, published author, inspiring speaker, and successful nurse entrepreneur. 
April 16, 2021
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Amplify Nursing: Season 3 Special Episode: Dallas Ducar

On a special episode of the Amplify Nursing podcast, we talk with Dallas Ducar, a nurse practitioner, activist, and CEO of Transhealth Northampton. Dallas talks with us about the Arkansas House Bill 1570, signed into law earlier this month which prohibits access to safe health care for transgender and non-binary minors, her journey transitioning to the person she is today, and her fierce advocacy speaking up for gender-affirming care for all.
April 15, 2021
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Should you consider a career in advanced practice nursing?

Children’s author, housecall expert and nationally recognized nurse practitioner Dr. Scharmaine Lawson talks about advanced practice nursing and more.
April 14, 2021
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#92: (Encore Episode) How Leaders Can Leverage a Polarity Mindset to Develop Strong Teams and Cultivate Psychological Safety featuring Diane Hanson

Leaders have been facing one of the most difficult times in their careers.  And it’s not coming to an end any time soon.Let’s face it.  Leadership is not easy on a normal day let alone during a pandemic!  If you are feeling guilty, exhausted, frustrated, and conflicted then you are an overwhelmed healthcare leader.Overwhelmed healthcare leaders are looking for new tools and skills to enhance their effectiveness, change the conversations they’re having, and address the unprecedented challenges they face, while supporting their teams.That’s why we thought it would be appropriate to share this encore episode and interview with our dear friend and colleague Diane Hanson.  We were blessed to interview Diane Hanson.  Diane has leveraged polarities in her personal and professional life for over 20 years and has a lot of wisdom to share with us.Today we are talking about Polarity Thinking™ as an essential leadership skill because Thriving, Resilient, Unstoppable (TRU) leaders don’t need quick fixes that fail, they need new ways of thinking and approached that lead them to long-lasting outcomes.“Once you understand and believe in the logic and predictability of Polarity Thinking™ you are able to move toward sustainable outcomes” says Diane.Diane shares many stories of how she’s leveraged polarities personally, professionally and as a community leader.  Diane believes a great place to start practicing your polarity thinking skills is with personal polarities like Work & Home or Self Care & Others Care.  Look at what’s showing up in your life through a polarity lens and then examine your perspectives, preferences, and fears to gather deeper insights.  Diane notes, “We tend to take care of others before our self. The Self Care & Others Care polarity is a good one for leaders to start with to address burnout.”Join us as we discuss with Diane how leaders can leverage polarities to strengthen their leadership skills, enhance teamwork, and cultivate psychological safety in the workplace.The wisdom Diane shares is profound!  Listen now!For full show notes and links, visit:https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcastTo get our FREE perspective paper, The Three 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! 
April 14, 2021
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Self-Care Versus Soul-Care: What’s the Difference and Why You Need Them Both

So much buzz has been going around about self-care. While it is a very important part of your wellness journey, soul-care is also needed to maximize and sustain the peace, calm and joy you are working to develop and maintain in your life. While the two can share the same activities, they also have activities that are totally different. Some of these activities are purely for relaxation and rest and others are for the nourishment of your mind.  Emotional growth often lies in the soul-care practices you have for yourself. Emotional self-care and soul-care often involves a lot of mental work and doesn’t always feel relaxing, lol. It feels exhausting, frustrating and impossible at times. You will likely need to follow your soul-care with self-care to replenish your cup. For the show notes visit www.lwapllc.com/podcast. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
April 11, 2021
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45: Season 4: It’s a Wrap

This January marked one year since the launch of SEE YOU NOW. To kick off our second year, we explored everything from disaster preparedness and vaccines, to data and working with faith leaders as key collaborators in health innovation. In each episode, we asked how the pandemic has revealed new needs, amplified existing unmet needs, and exacerbated health disparities. And, more importantly, we discuss what solutions are being developed to address the most significant health challenges of today with distinguished experts with decades of experience, expertise and insights.    We’ll be sharing more enlightening, thoughtful and uplifting conversations in a few weeks. In the meantime, we encourage you to go back through our library of episodes, rate and review the shows you love, and share them with your friends. And please share your stories with us. We want to hear what problems you are seeing and solving. Email us at [email protected] For addition resources, visit our website at www.seeyounowpodcast.com.  
April 9, 2021
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Cultivating Resilience During Times of Crisis and Existential Threat | The Nurse Keith Show, EPS 317

On episode 317 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews Dr. Chris Recinos, the CEO and founder of Nurse Leader Network, regarding adaptive and maladaptive mechanisms of resilience and conscious self-development. Keith and Chris also touch on important concepts related to nursing leadership, the leap into executive leadership, and nurse entrepreneurship.
April 9, 2021
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Your Roadmap to Success as a New Nurse Leader with Lori Armstrong

# 32  What does it take to become a Chief Nursing Officer? What are the first steps to get your first leadership position? We sit down with Lori Armstrong, founder/CEO of Inspire Nurse Leaders, and former Chief Nursing Officer, to discuss aspects that nurse leaders need in order to be more confident in their role. As a person who experienced it all, you'll be inspired by her story of perserverance and how she was able to establish herself. Every second of this episode is full of insignful nuggets. Don't miss out on learning what you may be missing as a nurse leader! Email: [email protected]: www.inspirenurseleaders.comLinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/armstrongloriHit subscribe to never miss an episode.www.nurseleadernetwork.com
April 8, 2021
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How the pandemic changed Mercy’s approach to nurse staffing forever

Mercy’s Senior Vice President & System Chief Nursing Officer Betty Jo Rocchio talks about how the pandemic has changed her approach to staffing.
April 8, 2021
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Amplify Nursing: Season 3 Episode 06: Donte Flanagan

On our next episode of Amplify Nursing, we talk with Dr. Donte Flanagan. A nurse anesthetist, mentor, and author, Dr. Flanagan is a driven advocate for students of color and those underrepresented and looks to inspire and motivate them in all that he does. Through his foundation Bigger Dreams, Better Tomorrows, and in his new memoir, Dream Big, he shares his experiences with others. Today we talk with him about those dreams, his peripatetic path in the profession, and the importance of representation in healthcare.
April 8, 2021
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Vaccine Hesitancy: Is Healthcare Listening?

Vaccine Hesitancy: Is Healthcare Listening? is the second episode in a six-part At the Core of Care podcast series about building confidence in the COVID-19 vaccines. During this series, the National Nurse-Led Care Consortium hopes to support nurses and our communities participate in conversations to promote vaccine confidence and support public health. We’ll hear from nurses across the country sharing their experiences with vaccine rollout and vaccine hesitancy in the communities they serve. In this episode, we start in Boston, Massachusetts, and move to east-central Kansas, and talk with nurses, Dr. Deborah Washington and Ashley Beying. Dr. Washington is the Director of Diversity for Nursing & Patient Care Services at Massachusetts General Hospital since 1995. She also serves on diversity advisory committees for multiple nursing schools and led diversity committees for the National Black Nurses Association and the Future of Nursing: Campaign For Action. Ashley Beying is a nurse practitioner primarily caring for patients across the lifespan at the Waverly Medical Clinic, associated with the Coffey Health System in east-central Kansas. She also works at the Coffey County Health Department and provides well-woman care in that setting.
April 8, 2021
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#91: The Road to Well-Being: It's Personal and Requires Patience, Persistence, and Practice featuring Dr. Seena Haines

It was so inspiring to interview and dialogue with Dr. Seena Haines about well-being. As we begin our interview, Seena shares with us her personal health professions journey, which leads to a brief discussion on how our experiences and stories inform who we are and what we do.  Seena shares her passion for well-being began with her own personal struggles and the desire to pay it forward.  She informs us that well-being is subjective and influenced by multiple factors including psychosocial resources and support.During the interview we talk about COVID and the impact it’s having on well-being.  Seena shares the most important well-being dimension is human and social connections and how we have all been missing those connections which is impacting resilience.  Seena describes the numerous benefits of yoga and what a well coach is and what they focus on and how they help individuals reach their wellness plan.  Seena also shares a fundamental principle that when it comes to health and well-being patience, persistence, and practice create permanence.  She also believes it is personal.  Focusing on our own personal accomplishments and not comparing ourselves to others is important because our progress is exponential, it just takes time.From Seena’s perspective work life integration requires attention and intention daily.  She shares she manages this by setting 2-3 priorities each day, pockets of buffer time weekly, schedules personal oasis time in the week for play, advance planning, along with numerous other strategies.Speaking to leaders and organizations, Seena describes some actions they can take such as job crafting, engaging employees in redefining responsibilities and duties, and having a firm grasp on the relationship between clinician well-being, patient care, and safety.Seena’s parting message for individual healthcare professionals is “it is not selfish or self- seeking to put your self-care in your top priorities. Just as we are told on a plane that we need to put our own oxygen mask on first before helping others, we are better positioned to sustain and overcome these potholes in life when we carve the time needed to care for ourselves mentally and physically.” We couldn’t agree more!As you probably already realize this is a delightful and informative interview, so don’t hesitate and listen now!For full show notes and links, visit:https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcastTo get our FREE perspective paper, The Three 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!
April 7, 2021
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S2. Ep9. Bravery, Vulnerability and Friendship with Shelbi Smith, RN

Shelbi Smith is back in a very special episode. We catch up on life as a student nurse anesthetist and unpack everything 2020 threw in. Shelbi details the most special friendship she has ever had and the enduring nature of illness. We discuss the importance of friendships in a clinical unit, an untimely breast cancer diagnosis, and tell the tales of a very special friend, Kim. The podcast dedicates this episode to Kim Cornelius, RN- one of the most extraordinary individuals and nurses. The podcast would like to thank Shelbi for sharing their story in an effort to help even one person.
April 6, 2021
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038: Energy Healing with Nicky Schulze

Some healthcare professionals consider Eastern medicine practices like energy healing as “woo-woo.”  However I firmly believe that this type of medicine complements Western healthcare practices.  In this episode, I have a deep conversation with kinesiologist Nicky Schulze about her professional and volunteer work using both Eastern and Western healthcare practices. We also discuss what happens when we tap into our intuition, examples of indulgent self care and the importance of filling our own cup so we can continue to help others. TOPICS WE DISCUSSED INCLUDE: What are kinesiology and energy healing? (03:56) Eastern and Western medicine can complement each other (08:02) Allow your non-negotiables to be what they want to be (13:43) Reconnect with nature (15:33) Seek help from experts (18:39) Create a space to tune in to your intuition (19:14) A special story about intuition (23:14) A tip to tap into your intuition (27:15) The connection between the brain and the gut (28:14) Indulgent self care (29:01) The people who inspire you include yourself (34:09) Gaining and sharing knowledge (37:35) Fill your own cup (40:05) CONNECT WITH ELAINA MULLERY HappyNurse.com.au Connect with me on Instagram and Facebook Connect with me on LinkedIn Subscribe to my Youtube channel
April 5, 2021
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10 Steps to Nurse Entrepreneurship | The Nurse Keith Show, EPS 316

On episode 316 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith outlines his 10 steps to nurse entrepreneurship. Though not the be-all and end-all of launching your nurse-run business, these 10 steps can indeed initially set you on the path and heading in the right direction.  Nurse Keith is a holistic career coach for nurses, as well as a professional podcaster, published author, inspiring speaker, and successful nurse entrepreneur. 
April 2, 2021
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How COVID-19 has impacted the nursing workforce

UCSF professor and healthcare workforce researcher Dr. Joanne Spetz talks about the trends she’s seeing across the profession.
March 31, 2021
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#90: (Encore Episode) The Healthcare Leader as a Role Model for Self-Care: Caring for Yourself and Caring for the Team featuring Dr. Jeanne Roode

One of the consistent messages we are hearing from overwhelmed leaders is they want to do more to care for their team, but they are neglecting themselves in the process.  A leader’s well-being doesn’t have to be in competition with caring for the team. You can care for you and your team.Since this is such a prominent theme in our conversations with leaders today, we thought it would be appropriate to share this encore episode and interview with our dear friend and colleague Dr. Jeanne Roode.  During our interview we discuss the crux tension or polarity of taking care of self and taking care of others.  Jeanne shares her four-year journey on the road to sustainable well-being and what she has learned along the way.Jeanne recognizes that tensions or polarities like these can significantly impact healthcare leaders, especially if they are unaware of them or do not know how to manage them.  From Jeanne’s perspective, 100% commitment to your well-being is not something you wake up one day and decide, it is an evolution.  She describes it as, “a number of moments in your life in which you learn and gain wisdom, that come together to one day be enough to push through the barriers.”Jeanne’s doctoral work focused on the health and well-being of nurses and nurse managers.  She studied the self-care practices of nurses and found their lowest scoring areas were nutrition and exercise.  In her study, nurse managers had the lowest scores in stress management as well as attending to their own stress and learning more about it.  Jeanne has learned what nurses don’t understand, and that is if they don’t attend to their own self-care, and focus on others instead, they are putting everything at risk including attending to others.Jeanne shares some of the ways she’s found to care for her team while caring for herself is to be a role model, provide appreciation and recognition of their stories, and take interest in their personal and professional success.Some recommendations for healthcare leaders engaged in day-to-day COVID-19 planning or management is to trust each other to carry the work, encourage self-care, and share stories of what you are doing to take care of yourself.  How you take care of yourself as a leader cannot be hidden.  Your valuing of self-care shows in everything you do.  You are being watched and whether you are aware of it or not, you are a role model for self-care.The wisdom Jeanne shares is profound!  Listen now!For full show notes and links, visit:https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcastTo get our FREE perspective paper, The Three 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!
March 31, 2021
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#90: (Encore Episode) The Healthcare Leader as a Role Model for Self-Care: Caring for Yourself and Caring for the Team featuring Dr. Jeanne Roode

One of the consistent messages we are hearing from overwhelmed leaders is they want to do more to care for their team, but they are neglecting themselves in the process.  A leader’s well-being doesn’t have to be in competition with caring for the team. You can care for you and your team.Since this is such a prominent theme in our conversations with leaders today, we thought it would be appropriate to share this encore episode and interview with our dear friend and colleague Dr. Jeanne Roode.  During our interview we discuss the crux tension or polarity of taking care of self and taking care of others.  Jeanne shares her four-year journey on the road to sustainable well-being and what she has learned along the way.Jeanne recognizes that tensions or polarities like these can significantly impact healthcare leaders, especially if they are unaware of them or do not know how to manage them.  From Jeanne’s perspective, 100% commitment to your well-being is not something you wake up one day and decide, it is an evolution.  She describes it as, “a number of moments in your life in which you learn and gain wisdom, that come together to one day be enough to push through the barriers.”Jeanne’s doctoral work focused on the health and well-being of nurses and nurse managers.  She studied the self-care practices of nurses and found their lowest scoring areas were nutrition and exercise.  In her study, nurse managers had the lowest scores in stress management as well as attending to their own stress and learning more about it.  Jeanne has learned what nurses don’t understand, and that is if they don’t attend to their own self-care, and focus on others instead, they are putting everything at risk including attending to others.Jeanne shares some of the ways she’s found to care for her team while caring for herself is to be a role model, provide appreciation and recognition of their stories, and take interest in their personal and professional success.Some recommendations for healthcare leaders engaged in day-to-day COVID-19 planning or management is to trust each other to carry the work, encourage self-care, and share stories of what you are doing to take care of yourself.  How you take care of yourself as a leader cannot be hidden.  Your valuing of self-care shows in everything you do.  You are being watched and whether you are aware of it or not, you are a role model for self-care.The wisdom Jeanne shares is profound!  Listen now!For full show notes and links, visit:https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcastTo get our FREE perspective paper, The Three 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!
March 31, 2021
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S2. Ep8 Nursing Innovation, Camp Nursing and DNP Implementation Work with Briana White, MSN, RN, CPN, CCRN-K, CNL

Our first ever nurse innovator, Briana White, joins the podcast! We talk about taking the road less traveled, home health, camp nursing, IP, big data, and more! Briana starts her journey as a clinical nurse and eventual charge nurse of a pediatric unit. She then transitioned to a clinical nurse educator role, to clinical nurse supervisor and now a role as a home health care manager. Briana even discusses a REALLY cool job as a camp nurse that has a bunch of perks and a lot of lessons learned. Most notably, Briana lends some key points from being a Johnson & Johnson Nurse Innovation Fellow, ideation, why ideas and concepts matter and so much more! She is currently using her fellowship opportunity to implement her DNP project of innovative tools to improve communication and clinical outcomes! Briana White is a Johnson & Johnson Nurse Innovation Fellow, A DNP student at the University of New Hampshire, adjunct nursing undergraduate and graduate faculty and a Home Health Care Manager with the Visiting Nurse and Hospice for Vermont and New Hampshire – a member of Dartmouth Hitchcock Health. She has clinical experience from pediatrics to geriatrics, from inpatient, ambulatory, and most recently home care. She has worked as a clinical bedside nurse, a nurse educator, a nurse leader, and in her current role works to improve care of patients in the home setting through quality improvement, evidence-based practice and innovation. Her innovation work is focusing on creating a framework for introducing innovation in homecare settings through rapid review of key performance indicators, and her Doctoral work is focusing on implementing innovative tools to improve communication and clinical outcomes of patients in the homecare setting who have chronic conditions. She is passionate about sharing the various settings nurses work in not bound by hospital walls, working with the community to enhance care, and mentoring others interested in innovation.
March 30, 2021
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Nurse Keith's COVID-19 Update #22 | The Nurse Keith Show

On this special bonus COVID-19 update, Nurse Keith discusses the state of the vaccination rollout in the United States; the inequities between rich and poor countries when it comes to vaccine access; case counts; and other pandemic news from around the world at the end of March, 2021.  Nurse Keith is a holistic career coach for nurses, as well as a professional podcaster, published author, inspiring speaker, and successful nurse entrepreneur. 
March 30, 2021
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A WoMed Heart to Heart with D

In this special episode, D opens up about an unexpected year, a new career trajectory, and the future of the WoMed.  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 29, 2021
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Supporting Families and Caregivers with Libra Hicks

This episode is about families and caregivers, but oh so much more. We dig into how to find time for yourself as a caregiver, resources for caregivers and some insight into the lack of support around caregiving in the Black community.  For the show notes visit www.lwapllc.com/podcast. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
March 28, 2021
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