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Top Podcasts Created for Nursing Students and Professionals
Top Podcasts Created for Nursing Students and Professionals

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.

Latest Episodes

044: Self-care and A New Healthcare Technology For Nurses With Zara Lord

In this episode, we get to chat with Zara Lord, an ICU Registered Nurse and the founder of uPaged. Zara is shaking up the casual Nursing workforce with her app, uPaged.  A new technology that is specific to the needs of different healthcare organisations and departments, as well as the individual Nurses experience and skill set.   Rostering is a dynamic process.  NUM’s often find themselves juggling and moving staff a bit like a game of Tetris. With the help of uPaged it becomes easier for managers to match nurse’s expertise with different patients and departments.  In this episode Zara and Elaina  chat about the importance of self-care for Nurses, what they’re going through on a daily basis and how uPaged can assist.  Zara also shares what she does to keep herself healthy, both mentally and physically.  TOPICS WE DISCUSSED INCLUDE: A Google Map for new opportunities (9:20) Reverse your negative self-belief with the positive (20:01)  The power of gratitude (21:16)  Do a power pose for 2 minutes (22:52) Become the best version of your yourself (24:55)  Success leaves clues (26:33) Indulge in self-care (28:41)  Connect with your inner child (29:37) Recognise your needs (30:53) Love the journey (33:15) Nurse and Midwife Support Number: 1-800-667-877 FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: HappyNurse.com.au
June 14, 2021
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What’s Next For The Future Of Nursing?

We are excited to announce that At the Core of Care is launching a new access to care special series. In this episode, PA Action Coalition Executive Director Sarah Hexem Hubbard speaks with Regina Cunningham and Marcus Henderson. Regina Cunningham is the Chief Executive Officer at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, as well as an adjunct professor and assistant dean at Penn School of Nursing. Marcus Henderson is a psychiatric mental health nurse and serves as the charge nurse of adolescent services for the Fairmount Behavioral Health System. He's also a lecturer at Penn School of Nursing. Regina and Marcus served on the committee for the recently released Future of Nursing 2020 to 2030 report from the National Academy of Medicine. During their conversation with Sarah, they highlight some of the key findings and recommendations to come out of the seminal study dedicated to charting a path to achieve health equity.
June 14, 2021
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52: You Had Me At Robot

Issac Asimov believed robots could have a true humanizing influence, and one day do the work to make life easier, freeing us to do the work that makes life worthwhile. For many nurses, caring for patients is that worthwhile work. However, studies have shown that roughly 30 percent of a nursing shift is devoted to patient care, with the rest given over to other tasks like finding medications, tracking down equipment, tracking down supplies, and documentation. So the question is, how can we give time back to nurses, so they can put patients—and themselves—first? It’s an urgent question, as the demands and pressures for health care efficiency continue to rise, while experienced nurses retire, nursing schools struggle to expand capacity, and the COVID pandemic stretches staffing to extreme limits. Enter Moxi, a robot—and patient selfie favorite—designed to help nurses complete routine, non-patient facing tasks. In this episode of Meeting of Minds, David Marshall, JD, DNP, RN, FAAN, senior vice president and chief nursing executive at Cedars Sinai and renowned social robotics expert, and Andrea Thomasz, PhD, CEO and co-founder of Diligent Robotics, sit down to discuss how nurses can lead interdisciplinary collaboration, the important role chief nursing officers can play in encouraging staff innovation, and the need for nurses to practice at the top of their license. At the center of their discussion is Moxi, a piece of technology designed to assist but never replace the priceless value and human interaction that nurses bring to patient care. Together, David, Andrea, and Moxi are proving that Nurse Robot Assistants can help reduce nurse fatigue and give nurses time back to care for patients, practice self-care, and focus on the big picture. Because no matter how advanced they become, robots don't take care of people. People take care of people. Email us at [email protected] For additional resources, visit our website at www.seeyounowpodcast.com.
June 11, 2021
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Exploring Nurses' Personality Types With Janna Thomason, The Enneagram Nurse | The Nurse Keith Show, EPS 326

On episode 326 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews nurse Enneagram expert Janna Thomason, BSN, RN-BC. The Enneagram is a fascinating way to determine and explore your own personality type, so join Janna and Keith as they discuss the concept and practical application of the Enneagram while they evaluate Keith's results from his own personal Enneagram assessment. 
June 11, 2021
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Navigating Substance Abuse and Addiction in the Workplace with Matt Serel

It's no secret that nearly 10-20% of healthcare professionals are currently struggling with substance abuse or drug addiction. In this episode, we sit down with Matt Serel, President and Co-founder of You Are Accountable, an online peer support,  accountability, drug, and alcohol monitoring service. Join us as we discuss the topic of addiction in the workplace and how to help yourself or others around you who may be struggling by opening up the conversation and destigmatizing addiction.
June 10, 2021
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What is Grief?

This episode is part one of a two-part discussion about grief. Divorce, career change, loss of a child or parent, or loss of a colleague are all experiences that can lead to grief. People experience grief differently, and it can be particularly challenging for people working in healthcare.   Lizzie Pickering is a grief investigator. Lizzie's work is based on being alongside grieving parents at the children's hospice world, setting up peer-to-peer support and navigating her own grief following the death of her son, Harry 20 years ago.  In this first part of our conversation, Lizzie explains the stages of grief and shares some practical tips on how to talk about grief with patients, families and colleagues.  Be sure to follow this podcast on your favorite podcast player to receive updates when part 2 of this conversation goes live. Elsevier Clinical Insights is a podcast highlighting clinical tools, resources, and the latest expert insights to support you in providing patient care. 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
June 10, 2021
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#100: Celebrating 100 Episodes with a Peak Behind the Scenes

This 100th episode marks a major milestone in Healthcare’s MissingLogic Podcast history.Our core values include celebration and gratitude, so we are celebrating and expressing our gratitude in this episode! We are very grateful for our listeners and have thoroughly enjoyed producing the last 99 episodes of the podcast!During the episode you get to meet our Sound Doctor and our Personal Assistants who happen to be our husbands!  The show wouldn’t go on without the support of these guys!We also share some BFF stories and vacation stories as well, and if you’ve been listening to us for any length of time, you probably already know you don’t want to miss these!Thank you for listening and sharing the podcast with others!For full show notes and links, visit:https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcastNEW Opportunity:  Enrollment is now open to our NEW Self-Study Program, Caring for Others Without Neglecting YOU!  Click Here NOW to learn more and enroll!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! 
June 9, 2021
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Environmental Wellness, Lessons and Accountability with Sherry Bougard

We all need help from time to time. Doctors need doctors, nurses need nurses and social workers need social workers. Sometimes, being trained in a certain field doesn’t mean that you can always recognize when you need help yourself. Realizing and admitting that you are in need is the first step to making things better.  As a social worker and a victim of domestic violence, Sherry realized the need for people to not only unlearn learned behaviors, but also to live in an environment that is healthy and allows for growth, healing and change to occur. Of the many men and women Sherry works with, her message is the same. You can do a new thing and change the trajectory of your life. By staying accountable for your own actions you can increase the self-awareness needed to continue to grow and move forward. Without accountability, you fall into the cycle of not quite beginning your journey because you still have some pre-work to do first. Visit www.lwapllc.com/podcast for all the details. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
June 6, 2021
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51: The Planet is Our Patient

The health of our planet is in serious condition. Climate change is anticipated to result in increasingly warmer global temperatures, more extreme weather events, and rising sea levels. Without accelerated intervention and broad scale innovation across all economic sectors, we face devastating effects on global water and food supplies, critical infrastructure and supply chains, physical and mental health, and a less certain future. Understanding the impacts of climate change on human health is vitally important for the global population. You can’t have healthy people without a healthy environment: something that health professionals today increasingly understand. Just as nurses are skilled at turning around a health crisis that humans can experience -- they’re also well trained and ideally positioned for addressing the critical condition of our planet. In this episode we meet Teddie Potter, PhD, RN, FAAN, Director of Planetary Health for the School of Nursing at the University of Minnesota to learn how nurses can and are reducing greenhouse emissions, find out why educating girls is key to a healthier planet, and discover who the best intergenerational storytellers are for helping us understand our relationship to and stewardship of the planet and where to innovate to improve its health. Email us at [email protected] For additional resources, visit our website at www.seeyounowpodcast.com. 
June 4, 2021
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Transitioning from Excellent Nurse Clinician to Inspired Nurse Leader | The Nurse Keith Show, EPS 325

On episode 325 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews nurse leadership coach Sarah Bell regarding how nurses in positions of leadership can find their own leadership style and fulfill their most powerful potential.  Nurse Keith is a holistic career coach for nurses, professional podcaster, published author, award-winning blogger, inspiring keynote speaker, and successful nurse entrepreneur. 
June 4, 2021
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How Burnout Changed My Career For the Better with Mary Buffington of the Burnout Ward

It is no secret that 1 in 3 nurses are leaving the profession. In this episode, Mary Buffington from the Burnout Ward joins us to discuss the secret to how nurses can pivot into new careers that fit their lives instead of living lives that fit their career. Listen to learn how you can transform burnout in nursing into a life you have always dreamed about.
June 3, 2021
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#99: Supporting Well-Being and Interprofessional Collaboration with the Pathway to Excellence® Program featuring Dr. Jane McCurley and Dr. Val Morrison

In this episode we interview Dr. Jane McCurley and Dr. Val Morrison, Commissioners for the American Nursing Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) Pathway to Excellence® Program. The Pathway to Excellence® is an ANCC designation.  It focuses on six standards to support culture and practice environments including different healthcare environments such as long-term care facilities and CVS MinuteClinic®.  Jane shares with us the origins of the Pathway to Excellence® and why it was developed.Jane and Val talk about their journey as leaders in Pathway to Excellence® hospitals and as commissioners.  During the interview we also talk about what the standards are and how the standards support interprofessional collaboration and how leaders from the different health professions can engage in the program.One of the standards in the program is well-being. Val and Jane share how healthcare organizations meet this standard in innovative and unique ways.We close the interview talking about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the significance of the well-being standard and the need for leaders and organizations to be vigilant about personal and professional well-being and resilience. You may or may not realize this yet, but this episode is filled with pearls of wisdom and information that all leaders can benefit from, so don’t hesitate, listen now! For full show notes and links, visit:https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcastNEW:  Enrollment is now open to our NEW Self-Study Program, Caring for Others Without Neglecting YOU!  Click Here NOW to learn more and enroll!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!
June 2, 2021
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Vaccine Confidence Identifying Trusted Messengers

Vaccine Confidence: Identifying Trusted Messengers is the final episode in our six-part COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence series hosted by At the Core of Care. In this episode, we hear from nurses across the country about what it means to be a trusted messenger and how to address vaccine hesitancy in the communities they serve. We talk to nurse practitioner, Dr. Meriam Caboral-Stevens and nurses, Opeyemi Ogunniyi and Reglita Laput. Dr. Meriam Caboral-Stevens is a researcher and faculty member at Eastern Michigan University in the School of Nursing and faculty at the university's Center for Health Disparities Innovations and Studies. She shares with us what her vaccination rollout experience has been like so far in developing outreach efforts within Michigan's Asian and Arab American communities. We also speak to registered nurses Opeyemi Ogunniyi and Reglita Laput. Opeyemi Ogunniyi is a registered nurse in Houston, Texas, and is currently working in the medical-surgical unit. She shares her experience navigating vaccine hesitancy with patients and what she is hearing from family and friends in her hometown, Lagos, Nigeria. Reglita Laput is a community health nurse in Michigan and Director of Clinical Services for a homecare program. She also serves as the current president of the Philippine Nurses Association of in Michigan and has been active in helping organize community-based vaccination events. 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.
June 1, 2021
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043: Don’t Be Afraid To Suck At Something New with Michelle Powell

Are you afraid to suck at something?  Why do we put so much pressure and expectation on ourselves?  The truth is, you are not not alone. As individuals, especially as professionals, we like to feel that we are confident, that we know what we know, and that we can handle everything on our own. The problem is, we become afraid to get out of that bubble.  Children are great reminders that it’s okay to suck at something. They get back up when they fall down and try again.  When we place too much expectations on ourselves we rob ourselves of the joy of the present moment.  During this conversation with Michelle Powell we unpack why it’s better to just go out there, have fun, and realise that it’s okay to suck when doing something new.  TOPICS WE DISCUSSED INCLUDE: The biggest killer of joy (8:46)  Don’t be afraid to ask questions (14:25)  Get out of your comfort zone (16:05) Be compassionate with yourself (23:38)  Don’t get caught up by external pressures (25:44)  You are a unique individual (30:35)  Compare yourself to who you were yesterday (31:11)  Focus on the present (35:13)  Explore your expectations (36:03) Why journaling is important (36:20)  Go and have fun (40:15)  Nurse and Midwife Support Number: 1-800-667-877 FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: HappyNurse.com.au
May 31, 2021
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Achieving Deeply Rooted Wellness with Holistic Nurse Ashley Durant | The Nurse Keith Show, EPS 323

On episode 323 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews Ashley Durant, a board-certified holistic nurse and transformational wellness coach with specific expertise in guiding clients through the labyrinth of autoimmune illness. Ashley speaks from her own personal experience, and she offers tools and strategies for overcoming the challenges of autoimmune illness in a complex 21st-century world and medical-industrial complex. 
May 28, 2021
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50: Owning Your Aging

A common stereotype of aging is an era of decline and shrinking horizons. The reality is far more nuanced. The process of aging isn’t uniform and many will find their health and functional trajectories widening as they get older. In fact some, like President Joe Biden or pioneering nurse-midwife Ruth Lubic, won’t make their greatest contributions until their later years. A key to healthy aging is maintaining or improving your health, which for our oldest adults, largely falls outside of healthcare facilities. For many, health allows us to feel safe wherever we are. Led by Sarah L. Szanton, PhD, ANP, FAAN, the CAPABLE (Community Aging in Place—Advancing Better Living for Elders) program aims to improve both the function and cost of elderly care, by teaming a nurse, an occupational therapist and a handy worker to address the home environment, while encouraging the strengths of the older adults themselves to improve safety, independence, and ensuring dignity based on the client’s goals. By installing small, cost effective yet thoughtful adaptations to the home environment, older adults can ease the navigation of activities of daily living—things like bathing, dressing, standing to cook, moving up and down stairs—that sustain and promote their physical, mental, and emotional energy—leading to richer lives full of creativity and meaningful contribution. Email us at [email protected] For additional resources, visit our website at www.seeyounowpodcast.com.
May 27, 2021
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#98: Leveraging the Power of Humble Inquiry to Transform Relationships with Dr. Edgar and Peter Schein

In this episode, we interview Dr. Edgar Schein and his son Peter about the second edition of their book Humble Inquiry:  The Gentle Art of Asking Instead of Telling. They share a little about the book and why they wrote the second edition. Ed and Peter describe why Humble Inquiry is not just a process but an “attitude”. Ed talks about the different levels of relationships and shares how Humble Inquiry can be leveraged to raise our levels of relationship.During the interview we also discuss the relationship and need for balance between Certainty and Clarity as well as Competition and Collaboration and how both relate to Telling and Humble Inquiry.  We close the interview with Ed sharing how leaders will benefit from applying Humble Inquiry every day.You probably already realize this episode is full of wisdom that can benefit everyone.  So, you can see, why it makes sense to listen now, can’t you?For full show notes and links, visit:https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcastNEW:  Enrollment is now open to our NEW Self-Study Program, Caring for Others Without Neglecting YOU!  Click Here NOW to learn more and enroll!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! 
May 26, 2021
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49: Charting A New Path For Mental Wellness

How do you build, staff, and stand up an online psychiatry and therapy office over the course of 45 days? And in a pandemic, no less? For Lavender founders and seasoned entrepreneurs Pritma Dhillon Chattha, DNP MHA RN and Brighid Gannon, DNP, PMHNP-BC it was experiencing first-hand how the pandemic was moving every aspect of our lives online at lightning speed; hearing from colleagues seeking mental health support the countless difficulties they encountered navigating and accessing services; and having the business skills and entrepreneurial experience to seize the moment to design and deliver much needed innovation in the psychiatric care. Pritma and Brighid are making mental healthcare more affordable and accessible by bringing business operation tools that may not be innovative in other industries into mental health services. And while the headline of this story is innovating in mental health services delivery, an equally remarkable headline is how their workforce and workplace innovation is reducing the stigma of seeking care through private on-line therapy, and increasing the availability of mental health professionals while offering providers the work flexibility they need to do so. Email us at [email protected] For additional resources, visit our website at www.seeyounowpodcast.com.  
May 24, 2021
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Self-care and Wellness with Kim Cross

Self-care about your wellness and the activities that invite health, peace and joy. It isn’t only about the act, it can also include the products and techniques that you use. I never knew goat’s milk had so many benefits for the skin. I also didn’t know how soy candles were better than traditional candles. Today’s episode is a great reminder that luxury can come in many forms and is subjective because we all have different ideas of what luxury means to us. Wellness practices and journeys vary from person to person. If you don’t have one I hope The Kidney Connection inspires you to start exploring and creating some for yourself. For the full show notes, go to www.lwapllc.com/podcast.  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
May 23, 2021
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Transforming Healthcare and Fixing You, Me, and Our Broken System | The Nurse Keith Show, EPS 322

On episode 322 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews Kim Evans, an Advanced Practice Nurse and author with over 42 years of clinical experience, who is truly interested in helping people achieve their optimal health of mind, body, and spirit, as well as fixing our broken disease-care system. 
May 21, 2021
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Amplify Nursing: Season 3 Episode 8: Dr. Terry Richmond

Today on AmplifyNursing, we talk to Dr. Terry Richmond, the Andrea B. Laporte Professor of Nursing, Associate Dean for Research & Innovation at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. Dr Richmond is an accomplished nurse and researcher focusing on improving outcomes for victims of trauma. Today, we talk to Dr. Richmond about her journey into nursing, her most recent research focus, and the importance of remembering the humanity in our work.
May 20, 2021
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#97: Overcoming the Tension Between Completing Tasks and Practicing at your full Scope of Practice

If you are like many of the clinicians and healthcare leaders we have worked with over the past 30 years, you have experienced the tension between completing routine tasks and practicing at the top of your license or delivering your full scope of practice since the beginning of your career!The tension is real. And the struggle to balance this tension is significant because safe, quality care is dependent on both.  As a leader, you probably already realize one is not more important than the other.In this episode, we talk about the habits that influence this tension between tasks and scope of practice.  Florence Nightingale recognized the importance of understanding habits more than 150 years ago when she said, “This hospital is so busy, in such a hurry that we are falling into bad habits before we are aware.”Toward the close of the episode, we share how healthcare leaders can begin to support their teams to leverage both the fulfillment of routine tasks and practice to their full scope of practice. It’s obvious that you realize this tension isn’t going away, so listen to the episode and get a fresh perspective on how to manage it!For full show notes and links, visit:https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcastNEW Opportunity:  Enrollment is now open to our NEW Self-Study Program, Caring for Others Without Neglecting YOU!  Click Here NOW to learn more and enroll!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!
May 19, 2021
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042: Empowered Period With Jacqui O'Connor

A period is a natural and healthy part of women’s reproductive health.  However, around the world, period taboos and resource limitations prevent girls and women from managing their periods with dignity.   In this episode, we get to chat with Jacqui O’Connor, a registered nurse, confidence coach, and champion of carers, on empowering women, caregivers, and the carers by acknowledging their bodies.  The human body is an amazing thing. Learning to honour them and what cycle it’s at is so important. Ultimately, losing the taboo around female cycles is one way to honour ourselves and gives us the space to practice better self care.  TOPICS WE DISCUSSED INCLUDE: Jacqui’s experience with burnout (4:42) Being empowered caregivers (7:18) Cyclical wisdom we are all gifted with (8:25) Connecting to your feminine side (11:10) Women’s bodies are created to create (13:50) Creating space for our mind and body to rest (16:00) Natural healing in the past (19:48) Period products and breaking the taboo (21:14) Why we shouldn’t normalise pain and bleeding (22:35) Empowered period (25:23) Honour the space (27:40) Dealing with toxic environments (31:16) Four phases of how we show up (31:30) Hormone disruptors (32:40) Protecting our energy (34:35) Inspiring our children and being inspired by them (37:33) Setting strong boundaries (41:35) Nurse and Midwife Support Number: 1-800-667-877 FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: HappyNurse.com.au
May 17, 2021
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Sharing Your Vaccination Experience

Sharing Your Vaccination Experience is the fifth episode in a six-part COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence series hosted by At the Core of Care. In this episode, we hear from nurses across the country about their own vaccination experience and how they’re supporting vaccination efforts in their communities. We talk to registered nurse Melody Butler from Long Island and two nurse practitioners Deepika Goyal and Melina Moran from the West Coast. Melody Butler is an infection preventionist at Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center and runs Nurses Who Vaccinate, a nurse-driven organization she founded ten years ago. We also speak to nurse practitioners Melina Moran and Deepika Goyal. Melina Moran is a family nurse practitioner at a clinic in Redmond, a rural community in Central Oregon. She walks us through the conversations she’s been having with patients who are unsure about getting vaccinated. Dr. Deepika Goyal is a professor at San Jose State University in San Jose, California, and a family nurse practitioner specializing in OB-GYN care at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center. She shares vaccination concerns specific to reproductive health and her research on the impact of the pandemic on maternal mental health. 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.
May 17, 2021
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