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On the Pulse

On this podcast, we will take a deep dive into the experiences of frontline providers and researchers. We’ll explore their insights and invaluable stories of how health care works in today’s world – both locally and globally.

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Episode 18: Monkeypox: Where We Stand

This episode features Mickey Dhir, an infectious disease practitioner at Chase Brexton Health Care and a PhD student at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. Podcast References and Resources: What You Need to Know About Monkeypox Monkeypox (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ) Monkeypox (World Health Organization)
September 20, 2022

Episode 17: Reimagining Nursing: A Joint Episode with Humana

This episode features Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Dean Sarah Szanton and Humana Chief Nursing Officer Kathy Driscoll. The conversation covers the value of nursing and how nursing’s influence will reimagine the future of health. Podcast References and Resources: Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Humana Here is how we can reimagine nursing in Florida | Column
August 17, 2022

Episode 16: State of Mental Health in Children and Adolescents

Children, adolescents, and their parents are all experiencing the stress, anxiety, and emotional toll of living through COVID-19, community violence, inequity, and more. This month’s guests discuss the current state of child and adolescent mental health and emerging solutions for improving child and adolescent mental health and supporting families in ways that are equitable, accessible, and tailored to the needs of children and families.  Guests Debbie Gross Leonard and Helen R. Stulman Endowed Professor in Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Marcus Henderson PhD student at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and a Doctoral Fellow of the SAMHSA Minority Fellowship Program at the American Nurses Association Podcast References and Resources Chicago Parent Program RESILIENCE RRTC at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing SAMHSA Minority Fellowship Program at the American Nurses Association Protecting Youth Mental Health—The U.S. Surgeon General's Advisory Fund for Educational Excellence Baltimore City Public Schools
July 20, 2022

Episode 15: Opioid Use: Illicitly Manufactured Fentanyl and Social Media Entangle the Crisis

With the rise of illicitly manufactured fentanyl, drug purchases through social media, and the compounding effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, opioid deaths are now the leading cause of preventable death among people ages 18 to 45. Dr. Marianne Fingerhood joins the show to discuss. She is an expert in safe opioid prescribing, identification and treatment of opioid use disorder. Podcast References and Resources “Talk: They Hear You” Before It’s Too Late National Harm Reduction Coalition SAMHSA National Helpline 211md.org or call 211 For immediate help, call 1-800-662-HELP For immediate help, text your zip code to 435748 to access online treatment
June 17, 2022

Episode 14: Who's to Blame?

There has been recent media coverage surrounding a nurse who was convicted of a criminally negligent homicide and impaired adult abuse after mistakenly administering the wrong medication that killed a patient in 2017. This is a rare conviction but one that calls for us to reconsider how we ensure accountability for everyone. Today’s show will focus on building just culture within health care and creating environments where we can reduce medical errors and improve systems for better outcomes, accountability, and quality of care. Guests include Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Assistant Professors Jennifer Milesky and Nicole Mollenkopf. Podcast References and Resources: What Is Just Culture? Changing the way we think about errors to improve patient safety and staff satisfaction Patient Safety and the Just Culture Just culture: It's more than policy ISMP Medication Safety Alert Newsletters American Association of Critical-Care Nurses Policy and Advocacy Society of Critical Care Medicine
May 23, 2022

Episode 13: Ready.Sim.Go.

Early in Carol Rosenberg’s career in pediatric oncology, she remembers when a mom, asking about her daughter, collapsed in her arms, and said: “What if I do something wrong taking care of her? What if I hurt my baby?” It was in this moment Carol knew that more needed to be done to help parents provide in-home care to their children who have acute, chronic, and complex conditions. Starting with her DNP project as a student at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, Carol eventually turned her idea into her own company called Ready.Sim.Go. She shares her story on this episode of the podcast. Podcast References and Resources Carol Rosenberg Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Doctor of Nursing Practice Program Nurses Bring Added Value to the Innovation Space Nurse innovators shine
April 21, 2022

On The Pulse

On this podcast, we will take a deep dive into the experiences of frontline providers and researchers. We’ll explore their insights and invaluable stories of how health care works in today’s world – both locally and globally.

Each month, we will host guests who are experts in topics from climate change to pregnancy to palliative care. And we’ll hear some of their personal stories too – why they got into health care and what drives them each day.

Health care is complicated, and it’s always changing. But stories of resilience, helping people across the world, and developing ground breaking research is what nursing is all about. We can’t wait for you to join us!
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