On episode 293 of The Nurse Keith Show career and healthcare podcast, Keith interviews nurse author Kanika Raja, BSN, RN, CCRN. Kanika's greatest passion is ensuring that the next generation of nurses is stronger, wiser, and kinder to themselves than she was as a new grad. Her joyful message is that any nurse who feels lost can indeed go "from lost nurse to boss nurse."
October 23, 2020
Pediatric nurse practitioner Ashley Sayles shares advice for nurse leaders who want to create a more equitable and inclusive workplace.
October 22, 2020
Denetra Hampton has led a self-described life of divine intervention. A chance encounter with a navy recruiter led to a 15 year career in naval intelligence. Encouraged to pursue officer training, Denetra chose nursing and served the rest of her career as an officer in the Navy Nurse Corps. Upon return to civilian life, she stumbled upon a lecture that inspired her to become, of all things, a film maker. Today, we talk to Denetra about her naval career, her passion for nursing science, and the importance of telling stories that need to be heard.
October 22, 2020
Annie Book is a Money Empowerment Coach for Women. She has been in the Financial Industry for over 15 years helping women to create a secure & supportive money plan. Annie quickly discovered a common pattern: Female Physicians & Professional Women, who were successful in their careers, often struggled with their personal finances. She wanted to know why this was occurring.She dug into research, interviewed women across the country asking the real questions digging deeper. She found that regardless of circumstances, women felt similar about money and how it fits in their life. During stressful life transitions such as; divorce, loss of loved one, retirement or shifts within a career they felt like everything was out of control, they doubted their financial abilities, and they were missing the right supportive money plan.To Connect with Annie:[email protected]
@anniebookcoaching.comGet Annie’s FREE Healthy Money Workshop: Text "7 Secretes" to 33777Thank you again for joining us today! If you know anybody that would benefit from this episode please share it with them and help spread the knowledge and motivation. Don’t forget to show your support for the Powerful and Passionate Healthcare Professionals Podcast by writing a review oniTunes. Your feedback helps the success of our show and pushes us to continuously be better!This episode has been selected from our last online summit for healthcare professionals empowerment with an aim to support the families of our fallen front line workers.May I ask you, are You One of the Busiest People You Know?Is your day filled with Jam-packed clinic days, discussing research projects with other colleagues, or endless meetings that don't always have a solution?You’d probably love to unload a thing or two off your plate, get things done faster with more efficiency, and I think I can help! Learn from 21 incredible experts who will show you how to:✔️ Build a legacy for your family with simple and real constructive methods✔️ Become a leader and a team member that your organization cannot afford to lose✔️ Feel good and look good so you can give the best of you, not what left you, to your patients and loved onesAnd so much more.This bundle is created to not only empower you as you overcome the current personal and environmental stress but also to support families of our fallen healthcare professionals who have passed away due to COVID19.To grab your Powerful and Passionate Healthcare Professional Virtual Summit 2020 Donation Bundle, go to SabrinaRunbeck.com/SummitBundle ADDITIONAL RESOURCES Have a topic or question you'd like to see covered on the show? Send an email to [email protected]
or message Sabrina on Instagram, Facebook, or LinkedIn @SabrinaRunbeck.This is just the tip of the iceberg, and I know you have a lot more questions that you want to get answered. Join us inside our private community for our weekly Ask Me Anything sessions and monthly networking with like-minded healthcare practitioners.Want to instantly restore your energy in 2 minutes?
October 21, 2020
Nursing rising star and inaugural recipient of J&J’s Nurse Innovation Fellowship Charlene Platon shares her perspectives on leadership and innovation.
October 20, 2020
Being a nurse means learning to cope with stress. For many of us, it’s so easy to reach for a glass of wine (or two!) when we need to deal or escape from the stress of caring and giving so much of ourselves to other people. We also have to deal with peer pressure and a society that somehow makes you feel like you’re less of a person if you stop drinking alcohol.
But, guess what? It’s okay if you don’t drink.
In this episode, bestselling author and health coach Rebecca Weller talks about her journey towards sobriety. She shares inspiring nuggets of wisdom about creating non-negotiable barriers for self care, the importance of taking a break, overcoming the anxiety and fears associated with sobriety, choosing the right people to surround yourself with, strategies to build a better relationship with yourself, and how your journey back to yourself changes before and after sobriety.
TOPICS WE DISCUSSED INCLUDE:
Introducing Rebecca Weller (02:36)
Non-negotiable self care practice: start slowly and no devices in the bedroom (04:55)
You take on the information and opinion you see on social media (07:27)
Have media breaks even though it can be terrifying (08:10)
Indulgent self care: time (12:09)
Come back to yourself and sit in the quietness (14:12)
Self care is even more crucial when you are giving and caring for someone else (14:55)
Why am I so afraid to slow down, take a break, and rest? (16:10)
Who or what inspires you to be the best version of yourself? (16:45)
Sobriety is like personal development on steroids (17:44)
“You become the average of the people you spend the most time with” (19:04)
“Show me your friends and I’ll show you your future” (19:40)
Strategies to change your mindset towards alcohol (20:57)
Tips to develop self care (24:07)
The “Crowding Out” strategy to develop new habits (25:16)
Turn it into a game (26:39)
Rebuild self worth, self respect and self trust (27:09)
The slow process of learning more and seeing how it feels (28:33)
2020 has made people think about self care and little addictions (30:12)
Self care is the journey back to yourself and who you really are (32:25)
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October 19, 2020
This week’s guest on The WoMed is Dr. Hafiza Khan (@heart.beat.doctor). Hafiza is a cardiac electrophysiologist or in other words, a specialist in how the heart beats! She’s developed a knack for explaining the hardest concepts into simple terms – a skill that can be seen in her Instagram account, her patient interactions, and can be heard throughout this episode. Tune in to hear Dr. Khan and host D talk about the importance of women role models in procedural and surgical medicine, utilizing social media as an educational tool, and geek out about the amazing workings of the heart.Follow Hafiza on Instagram @heart.beat.doctor. 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 sponsors! Check out these deals for our listeners:EHRGO- Learn more about Go by visiting healthpodcastnetwork.com/thewomedFEETURES - Get $10 off your first pair when you go to feetures.com and enter promo code WOMED at checkout.
October 19, 2020
The National Nurse-Led Care Consortium (NNCC) is leading a two-year patient-centered initiative to cultivate a community of nursing stakeholders around substance use disorder care. The goal is to better understand optimal care delivery for individuals experiencing challenges related to substance use and persistent pain who have a heightened risk for infectious disease. In this episode, we speak with two patient advocates, Ivy Clark and Shelley Bastos, who share their perspectives on the role of nurses to address substance use disorder. We also hear from Kristine Gonnella, Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives at NNCC about the goals behind this project.
October 19, 2020
On episode 292 of The Nurse Keith Show career and healthcare podcast, Keith discusses how organizations can have an often unrecognized shadow aspect that runs counter to organizational values and undermines a sense of collective mission and vision. Can the shadow be overcome? Let's find out.
This episode is brought to you by E.H.R. Go, a simulated Electronic Health Record that helps educators teach a human-centered approach to technology in healthcare. Find out more at HealthPodcastNetwork.com/gokeith.
October 16, 2020
Executive coach Sean Olson believes that being a nurse leader is about people, not processes. In this episode he shares tips for staying connected to your team.
October 15, 2020
It is time to find your own answers; to #ThinkNatalia, to #BeThatBrand. At twenty-nine, at the peak of Dr. Natalia's corporate career and deep unhappiness, she quit her job and started from scratch. During a nine-month sabbatical she changed the way she thinks, speaks and acts. She committed to design her purposeful dream life and founded Think Natalia. Her obsession is coachsulting people who left corporate to do their own thing. Building thought leadership personal brands on LinkedIn. Her aim: A tribe of one million thinkers and doers to challenge the status quo. Dr. Natalia speaks globally, is German and lives in Dubai. She started as a Social Scientist, turned into a Dr. of Philosophy, a LinkedIn Marketing Unicorn, a Forbes Coaches Council Member, a Top 100 Leader in Education, Bestselling Author and the Middle East's leading Edutainer. Books, food, exploring new places, self-improvement, music, dance, stuff that glitters, unicorns and ticking things off her to-do-list make her happy.To Connect with Natalia:https://lnkd.in/e4U6RMGhttps://thinknatalia.com/https://www.instagram.com/thinknatalia/https://www.linkedin.com/company/think-natalia/Thank you again for joining us today! If you know anybody that would benefit from this episode please share it with them and help spread the knowledge and motivation. Don’t forget to show your support for the Powerful and Passionate Healthcare Professionals Podcast by writing a review oniTunes. Your feedback helps the success of our show and pushes us to continuously be better!ADDITIONAL RESOURCESHave a topic or question you'd like to see covered on the show? Send an email to Sabrina@SabrinaRunbeck.com or message Sabrina on Instagram, Facebook, or LinkedIn @SabrinaRunbeck.This is just the tip of the iceberg, and I know you have a lot more questions that you want to get answered. Join us inside our private community for our weekly Ask Me Anything sessions and monthly networking with like-minded healthcare practitioners.Want to instantly restore your energy in 2 minutes? Download your FREE audio exercises and discover for yourself.How would it feel when you feel energized from the moment you wake up to the time you go to bed without needing to play constant catch-ups, book your call to have an Energized Mind for a Victorious Life HERE!
October 14, 2020
In our first-ever live episode of The Handoff, Dr. Nurse Dan and Kaiser Permanente CNE Courtnay Caufield talk about all things mental wellness.
October 13, 2020
When anxiety and overwhelm take over, you can feel so powerless and feel like there’s little that you can do to control your mind and body.
Although anxiety does have physical and mental effects on our body and, although you can’t just will it away, there are certain tools and steps that you can take to overcome and handle anxiety.
Lauren and I are 2 of the 12 authors who are contributing to the Anxiety Relief Handbook. In this episode, we delve into the tools that we use to handle and deal with anxiety and overwhelm at work.
Anxiety is always present in our lives, to some degree. But the more you face anxiety instead of run from it, the more you grow both as a professional and an individual.
For full show notes and links visit: https://happynurse.com.au/podcast/024-the-anxiety-relief-handbook-with-lauren-bell/ (https://happynurse.com.au/?post_type=podcast&p=695)
October 12, 2020
This week’s guest brings her warm infectious energy as well as her passion for pediatrics and nurses in training to The WoMed. Host D chats with Jannel Gooden who is a nurse, author and co-founder of Novice is The New Nurse, a company that mentors and empowers new nurses through the difficult transitionary period from school to acute care. Jannel explains how a bad experience in a med surg unit and finding her passion in the pediatrics unit would later inspire her want to support new nurses from an emotional standpoint. They also discuss ways that the nursing profession needs to improve and Jannel gives listeners a little preview of her new nurse affirmations book coming soon!Find out more about Jannel and the work that she does on Instagram and Facebook @noviceisthenewnurse or on noviceisthenewnurse.com. 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 sponsors! Check out these deals for our listeners:EHRGO- Learn more about Go by visiting healthpodcastnetwork.com/thewomedFRESHLY: Freshly is offering WoMed listeners $40 off for their first two orders at Freshly.com/WOMED
October 12, 2020
As we wrap Season 2 of SEE YOU NOW we’re listening back through the stories and hearing important themes emerge that include a heightened appreciation for innovation, the role it’s playing in responding to our current public health crises, and how that role is changing and evolving. In the era of COVID-19, the practice, permissions, and norms of innovation have shifted dramatically–it’s also identified and cultivated new leaders. Season 2 took us across the country finding stories of health innovation, from one coast to the other, from rural settings to urban settings, with nurses who specialize in everything from intensive care, to design, and legislation. While the season highlighted the geographic differences, it also punctuated, and, possibly more importantly, showed just how much we share in common. While we are busy working to bring you more exciting stories in Season 3, we invite you to tune in to some of our favorite moments from Season 2. If you have any favorite episodes or stories of nurses leading innovation across all the frontlines of care, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll be back soon!
October 10, 2020
On episode 291 of The Nurse Keith Show career and healthcare podcast, Keith interviews Dr. Jonathan Fisher, aka The Happy Heart MD, regarding the relationship between the physical heart and the emotional heart. Dr. Fisher is a Harvard-trained clinical cardiologist, certified mindfulness meditation teacher, corporate well-being consultant, and global keynote speaker.
Nurse Keith is a career coach for nurses, podcaster, nurse journalist and author, inspiring speaker, and successful nurse entrepreneur.
October 9, 2020
Making the shift from the bedside to nurse manager or nurse leader is one of the biggest challenges that nurses face. Our guest for this episode is well versed on this issue because her current role is all about creating professional development programs for nurses. Crystal Lawson is the Education Director at the American Organization for Nursing Leadership, overseeing their fellowships for nurse managers and directors. In this conversation, Crystal lets Dr. Dan pepper her with questions on everything from how new nurse leaders can settle into their roles, the difference between accountability and availability, and tips on budgeting, time management and boundary setting. She also shares some great tips for listeners who are interested in applying for one of the AONL’s fellowships. Links to recommended reading: AONL Nurse Leader Fellowships Nurse Executive Competencies Nurse Manager Competencies The full transcript for this episode can be found here: www.trustedhealth.com/the-handoff-podcast/crystal-lawson
October 8, 2020
Pennsylvania state senator, Maria Collett, has spent her entire career in the service of others. As a clerk in family court, then a deputy attorney general in Camden County, she worked tirelessly to protect children and advocate for families. Her experience inspired her to seek out a more direct way to positively impact people. After graduating from Drexel University, she began her career as a nurse eventually working in trauma, long term care, and pediatric home health. In 2018, she was elected to the PA state senate representing Senate District 12. Today, we talk to the senator about her journey, her drive to advocate for the citizens of Pennsylvania, and the responsibility nurses have to use their collective voice in political discourse.
October 8, 2020
Today we launch episode 1 season 2 of the Amplify Nursing Podcast.
Growing up in rural Louisiana, Travis Nelson didn't consider himself a trailblazer. His drive to help people, along with some encouragement from his mom, lead him to be the first African American man to graduate from his community college nursing program. Once a nurse, he soon found himself gravitating toward union leadership working on behalf of his fellow nurses. We talk to Travis about his passion for advocacy, his work as an elected delegate for the DNC in Oregon, and the political weight that nurses carry.
October 8, 2020
As the COVID-19 pandemic has spread across the country and forced many nursing schools to pivot to online learning, the use of simulation in nursing curriculum has skyrocketed. And no one is more passionate about and more of an expert on simulation than our guest for this episode, KT Waxman. KT is an Associate Professor and the Director of the Executive Leadership DNP Program at the University of San Francisco and the immediate past president of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare. She’s been working in the field of simulation for 15 years and has seen her work take on more relevance than ever over the last several months. Dan and KT and I discuss the shift to VR and screen-based learning in both schools and hospitals, how she’s focused on helping nurses achieve the outcomes of their coursework while relying heavily on simulation and how simulation can be used in some lesser known scenarios, like leadership development. Links to recommended reading: The California Simulation Alliance Position Statement on Use of Virtual Simulation during the Pandemic California Assembly Bill 2288: Nursing programs: state of emergency Health Care Finance for Nurse Executives Nursing Administration Quarterly The full transcript for this episode can be found here: www.trustedhealth.com/the-handoff-podcast/kt-waxman
October 7, 2020
On episode 290 of The Nurse Keith Show career and healthcare podcast, Keith interviews John Silver, RN, Ph.D., and Fellow at the Institute of Nursing Leadership, regarding whether redesigning this labyrinthine behemoth of a healthcare system of ours is even possible.
Nurse Keith is a holistic career coach for nurses, as well as a professional podcaster, published author, inspiring speaker, and successful nurse entrepreneur.
October 7, 2020
Dr. Terry L Franklin is an award winning family physician in Monterey, CA and founder of TelMD, an online platform that connects holistic practitioners with wellness seekers. TelMD offers an alternative and better approach to the allopathic model of health care—one that takes a proactive, personalized approach that empowers wellness.To join TelMD visit: https://telmd.com/Thank you again for joining us today! If you know anybody that would benefit from this episode please share it with them and help spread the knowledge and motivation. Don’t forget to show your support for the Powerful and Passionate Healthcare Professionals Podcast by writing a review on iTunes. Your feedback helps the success of our show and pushes us to continuously be better! ADDITIONAL RESOURCESHave a topic or question you'd like to see covered on the show? Send an email to Sabrina@SabrinaRunbeck.com or message Sabrina on Instagram, Facebook, or LinkedIn @SabrinaRunbeck.This is just the tip of the iceberg, and I know you have a lot more questions that you want to get answered. Join us inside our private community (Facebook.com/Groups/PowerfulPassionate) for our weekly Ask Me Anything sessions and monthly networking with like-minded healthcare practitioners.Want to instantly restore your energy in 2 minutes? Download your FREE audio exercises and discover for yourself: SabrinaRunbeck.com/EnergyHow would it feel when you feel energized from the moment you wake up to the time you go to bed without needing to play constant catch-ups, book your call to have an Energized Mind for a Victorious Life HERE: Calendly.com/SabrinaRunbeck/Energy
October 7, 2020
In today’s episode we explore the states of Doing and Beingfrom 40,000 feet. The state of Doing is associated with accomplishment, competence, knowledge, skills, analysis, and performance. We think it’s safe to say (based on personal experience J) as a leader you’re probably achieved excellence in many of these characteristics of doing, or you wouldn’t be a leader! These are challenging times both at work and at home for many healthcare leaders. Many of you are just trying to keep your head above water as you address massive and frequent changes. And if you’re a high achiever, like most leaders, you highly value doing or action! The problem is, you may not be aware that Being is equally as important as Doing and there’s an interdependent relationship between the two that directly impacts the outcomes you desire. Doing and Being is one of the tensions in Pillar 2 -Managing Tensions of the Dynamic Balance Effect that we help healthcare leaders learn to manage and leverage over time. As Elkhart Tolle says, “Doing is never enough, if you neglect being”. In the episode we also discuss the relationship between Being, identity and goals. We explore how and why your identity, as a way of Being, has a significant impact on goal achievement. We share some examples of how shifting our approach and prioritizing Being before Doing makes a significant difference in achieving goals. Leveraging Doing and Being is an essential competency for any healthcare leader who wants to make a difference. If you are one of those healthcare leaders who wants to make a difference we don’t have to tell you twice to listen to this episode!Visit the show notes here for more:https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcastCelebrate with us! Feedspot ranked Healthcare’s MissingLogic Podcast #38 out of the top 55 healthcare leadership podcasts!Email us at email@example.com if you have any questions, we may use your question on a future episode.If you found value in this episode, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! Our mission is to start “a movement” of leaders who address the chronic challenges in healthcare through a Polarity Thinking™ lens! If you're the kind of leader wants to help others, share this with your peers. Celebrate with us! Feedspot ranked Healthcare’s MissingLogic Podcast #38 out of the top 55 healthcare leadership podcasts!OTHER RESOURCES YOU MAY ENJOY:We invite you to join our private Resilient and Balanced Healthcare Leader Community in Facebook. The group provides a safe space for healthcare leaders to connect, support each other and share their experiences during this time of crisis. To join Click here.
October 7, 2020
Your core values are your GPS coordinates that guide you on your journey in life.
Through these values, you are more aligned to get to your end goal. The better you know what your values are, the easier you can live in alignment with them. It is also through these values that one is able to traverse the challenges life throws at us with more grace and resilience.
In this episode, we are joined once again by Michelle Powell and we unpack the importance of core values and why living and constantly refining them greatly affects who we are today.
As we continue to evolve as individuals, our core values evolve and change as well. People who know their core values by heart are able to show up as their true and authentic self and live a more meaningful life.
What are your core values?
TOPICS WE DISCUSSED INCLUDE:
Humans need connection and community (4:05)
Finding your tribe (4:25)
Having a sense of understanding and compassion with your tribe (5:09)
Our different personas (6:14)
Exploring our different selves (7:20)
Childhood plays a huge part of your adolescence (8:00)
Values and belief from our childhood (8:40)
Code of conduct as our inner blueprint (9:00)
Picking up mannerisms and beliefs from our environment (9:35)
Nature vs Nurture (9:50)
Parents’ impact on our lives and values (10:17)
Beliefs and values are learned and adapted (10:58)
Being someone different for different people (11:46)
Having space to invite the right people by being who you truly are (12:13)
Surrounding yourself with like-minded people (13:21)
Your core values are your GPS coordinates (14:51)
Honouring what’s true for you and understanding yourself (17:48)
There’s no such thing as right or wrong for everyone (18:09)
The biggest killer of joy (18:50)
All judgements are unmet needs (21:00)
Setting standards for yourself (27:15)
Authenticity and being real (28:35)
Having the courage to be authentic (29:30)
Compassion for self (30:31)
Keywords as reminders of your core values (37:15)
You aren’t everyone’s cup of tea (42:00)
The danger of people-pleasing (44:00)
Self-sabotaging yourself when you don’t allow yourself to be who you truly are (45:10)
Knowing your partner’s love language (50:12)
Having true and real conversations (54:35)
October 5, 2020