Women-Led Podcasts

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Beyond the Paper Gown

A Women's Health podcast brining you candid, credible and curated conversations.

Up My Nursing Game

Educational podcast for curious bedside nurses

Speak Up For Your Health

A podcast empowering you to advocate for the medical care you want and need

Ask Nurse Alice

The podcast where all things health and wellness take center stage

Better with Doctor Ericka

Helping you be better, do better, and live better 1 listen at a time.

Nurse Wellness Podcast

Stress management is the foundation to Being your Best, Doing your Best and Giving your Best!

HITea With Grace

Where we spilll the tea on HIT

The Smart Care Team Spotlight

In a rapidly evolving healthcare landscape, the challenges faced by clinicians are mounting.

Beyond Clinical Walls Podcast

Taking health conversations beyond clinical walls.

Write Medicine

Exploring best practices in creating continuing education content for health professionals.

Coffee Break

Breaking the Cycle of Bullying in Healthcare One Cup at a Time.

SYNGAP1 Stories

Hosted by Ashley Frye

Your Doctor Friends

Approachable Health Information. None of the Garbage. Let us be Your Doctor Friends!


A podcast about joy and healing in Black birth

See You Now

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

Rapid Response RN

A show for Nurses who want the knowledge, skills, and confidence to respond to any emergency.

The Most Important Medicine: Responding to Trauma and Creating Resilience in Primary Care

Where physicians and healthcare professionals meet to discuss what trauma is and how it presents in primary care.

Aging Fast & Slow

Conversations on Structural Racism and Resilience across the Lifecourse


Nurses Who Don't Just Do What They're Told

Hopeful Hints

Empowering information to help you find peace during infertility, take back control, and fulfill your family vision.

Women Physicians Lead

Building and supporting women physician leaders that transform healthcare

Navigating the Pandemic

Stay informed about COVID-19 in our ever-changing world.

Inspiring Women with Laurie McGraw

Professional. Polished. Accomplished. Thoughtful. Made It. Ready to Make It.

The Healthcare Provider Happy Hour

A safe space, supporting healthcare providers' well-being so that they may better empower patient experiences.

Rural Health Rising

Rural Health Rising is a weekly podcast exploring the healthcare triumphs, challenges and opportunities facing rural America.

Once Upon A Gene

True stories of raising rare kiddos

HOT for your Health

HOT for Your Health is a fast paced, high energy, luxury lifestyle brand focusing on relentless health innovations.

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

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.

Patient Convert Podcast

Patient Convert Podcast delivers healthcare marketing insights and the latest digital strategies to help providers and health systems reach new patients.

HIT Like a Girl Pod: Empowering Women in Health IT

Amplifying the voices and achievements of women in Health IT

The Huddle: Conversations with the Diabetes Care Team

Conversations with the Diabetes Care Team

Faces of Digital Health

A podcast about digital health and how healthcare systems adopt technologies.

Rethinking Alzheimer's Disease Podcast - Listen on Health Podcast Network

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105: So You Want to Go Back to School Part 2 With Guest Nurse Educator Patrick McMurray

Nursing educators may not hold the most glamorous position, but they are undoubtedly the backbone of the profession. Nurse Educator Patrick McMurray exemplifies this by bringing creativity and inclusivity into nursing education, supporting nurses at every stage of their career.In this episode, host Sarah Lorenzini talks to Patrick about his approach to teaching complex concepts and preparing students to succeed beyond the classroom. Using interactive learning strategies and holistic methods, Patrick helps nurses deepen their understanding of nursing practices and effectively apply their knowledge in clinical settings.Patrick also offers a glimpse into a day in the life of a nursing educator, and discusses the profound impact nursing educators have on the future of nursing. His insights will help you determine if a transition to nursing education is the right next step in your career.Join us for part two of the “So You Want to Go Back to School” series with Patrick McMurray!Topics discussed in this episode:The appeal of nursing education as a careerWhat it means to be a good educatorRewards and challenges of being a nursing educatorRedefining nursing educationA day in the life of a nursing educatorNursing education as an act of justiceThe future of nursing educationLearn more about Patrick and find free educational resources on his website! with Patrick McMurray: in this episode:Rapid Response and Rescue Intro CourseCONNECT 📸 Connect on Instagram: 🫶 Check out my membership: 📚 Check out my course: 🧑‍💻Check out my website: 📬 Subscribe to my newsletter: 🎁 Affiliation and discounts: SAY THANKS 💜Leave a review on Apple Podcasts: 💚Leave a rating on Spotify: To get the FREE Rapid Response RN Assessment Guide and the coupon code for $10 off the cost of the course, message Sarah on Instagram @TheRapidResponseRN and type the word PODCAST! This episode was produced by Podcast Boutique AND If you are planning to sit for your CCRN and would like to take the Critical Care Academy CCRN prep course you can visit and use coupon code RAPID10 to get 10% off the cost of the course!
May 17, 2024
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The Pivotal Role of Women in Healthcare Leadership: Insights from Mary Stutts

In this episode of the Women Physicians Lead podcast, host Dr. Lisa welcomes Mary Stutts, CEO of the Healthcare Businesswomen's Association. Mary Stutts shares her experiences and insights on advancing women in healthcare leadership. She discusses the importance of diversity and inclusion, addressing the "broken rung," "paper ceiling," and "concrete ceiling" that hinder women's career progression. Stutts also highlights health equity, the impact of menopause on senior women leaders, and the potential of AI in healthcare. She urges women to advocate for themselves and stresses the need for companies to support women's advancement to ensure gender equality in the workplace. Introduction (00:00:00) Introducing Mary Stutts and her role as CEO of the Healthcare Business Women's Association. Mary Stutts' Leadership Journey (00:01:13) Details of Mary Stutts' extensive leadership experience in various organizations and her expertise in health equity. Influences on Pursuing Leadership (00:03:25) Mary Stutts discusses her career journey and the influential figures who supported her transition into healthcare leadership. Transitioning Between Roles (00:07:03) Mary Stutts shares her experiences of transitioning between different roles in the healthcare industry and the importance of proactive decision-making. Health Equity and Corporate Social Responsibility (00:18:35) Discussion about the importance of incorporating health equity into diversity and inclusion programs for better employee engagement and success. Strategic Leadership Experiences (00:22:46) Importance of gaining specific leadership experiences, including managing a P&L, mentoring, and job rotations, for women to become strategic leaders. Advocacy for Women CEOs (00:23:57) Mary's proactive approach in advocating for roles, including creating a health equity practice at Real Chemistry and her involvement with the Healthcare Business Women's Association (HBA). CEO Role at HBA (00:28:24) Mary's approach to her role as CEO at HBA, including conducting a listening tour, identifying priorities, and planning a strategy stretch for the organization. Supporting Women in Leadership (00:36:46) Mary's thoughts on how organizations can rally around women to support their leadership development and increase the pipeline of women serving in leadership roles. Recruiting, Developing, and Retaining Women in the Workplace (00:36:46) Importance of companies being intentional about recruiting, developing, retaining, and promoting women in decision-making roles. Hiring More Women of Color and Breaking the Concrete Ceiling (00:39:06) Urgency to hire more women of color, particularly black, Latino, and Asian women, and the difficulty women face in breaking through to the first director-level job. Health and Wellness in C-Suite Roles (00:41:39) Discussion about the physical and mental health challenges faced by senior-level women and the importance of self-care. Empowerment and Networking for Women (00:47:25) Importance of remaining diligent, aware, and fostering strong relationships and networks to empower women personally and professionally. Let's Connect! If you're navigating the choppy waters of a career transition or seeking support as you step into a leadership role, I'm here for you. Schedule a career transition discovery call with me here, and let's chart a course to your dream destination.
May 17, 2024
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Episode 151: Rural Health Road Trip: The Last Frontier State

Rural healthcare is much the same and also very different from state to state across the country. State rural healthcare associations tackle issues that support their members’ ability to provide care in their rural communities. On today’s episode, hosts JJ and Rachel talk with Jared Kosin, president and CEO of the Alaska Hospital & Healthcare Association. Follow Rural Health Rising on Twitter! Follow AHHA! Follow Hillsdale Hospital on social media!  Audio Engineering & Original Music by Kenji Ulmer 
May 16, 2024
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EP 33: Innovating Health Systems and Combating Toxic Leadership

Innovation thrives not only in generating new ideas but also in effectively integrating them. In this episode, Dr. Dan Weberg explores how toxic leaders can not only demotivate their teams but also drastically hinder necessary advancements in healthcare systems. He emphasizes the importance of aligning personal well-being with professional environments and details his approach toward transforming hierarchical organizations into landscapes where every interaction can be an opportunity for innovation.  Prepare to be enlightened on how small-scale interactions can lead to large-scale improvements, all while keeping our healthcare workers' health and morale at the forefront. Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources:
May 15, 2024
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Busting Silos: The Evolution of Independent Medical Education

Are you curious about the role of Medical Affairs in Independent Medical Education (IME)? Perhaps you're struggling to demonstrate the value and impact of your programs in a way that resonates with IME teams. IME is evolving. Today’s episode with IME expert Nancy Paynter discusses the pivotal role of IME within the broader scope of medical affairs and provides valuable insights to help you effectively communicate your initiative's impact to IME personnel. By tuning in, you'll discover: The concept of the "scientific journey" for clinicians  How IME is focused on digitizing data on clinical and patient decision-making What the evolution of IME within Medical Affairs means for CME/CPD. Don't miss this opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the evolving role of IME and medical affairs and their strategic priorities. Takeaways 1. Independent Medical Education is becoming more closely integrated with medical affairs, aligning with broader organizational goals and cross-functional partnerships. 2. Medical affairs teams use the four-stage "scientific journey" framework to plan their engagement strategies and meet clinicians where they are in their understanding and adoption of new evidence. The stages include Awareness, Agreement, Adoption, and Advocacy. 3. CME can support the scientific journey while maintaining independence by conducting root cause analyses of practice and care gaps, employing data-driven strategies, and adapting educational materials based on real-time feedback and learner outcomes. By doing so, CME is well-positioned to serve as a strategic partner to IME in driving meaningful educational outcomes. Resources Medical Affairs Professional Society (MAPS) Industry reports from McKinsey and Deloitte discuss the evolving role of Medical Affairs Moore's Outcomes Framework Connect with Nancy Paynter, Strategic Adviser, Life Science Industry [email protected] Timestamps 00:00 Introduction 01:56 What medical affairs is and how it’s evolving 05:58 Understanding Independent Medical Education (IME) 10:48 Transformation in IME work within medical affairs 19:20 Pharma company thinking about the scientific journey and how accredited CME can support it 23:12 Use of Moore's framework in medical education 28:10 How CME can partner with medical affairs 30:48 Accredited CME professionals communicating touch points with IME counterparts 33:09 Nancy’s final thoughts 37:39 Key takeaways from episode 118 Subscribe to the Write Medicine podcast! Don’t forget to subscribe to the Write Medicine podcast for more valuable insights on continuing medical education content for health professionals. Click the Follow button and subscribe on your favorite platform.
May 15, 2024
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Innovation Leader. Mid-Careerist. Happy Mother’s Day Emily Fry!! || EP. 159

In this 2024 WBL (Women Business Leaders) Series, Emily talks about her leadership journey from the point of view of a “mid careerist”.  Today she is leading innovation operations at Geisinger.  Her path to leadership was not a clear straight journey and she credits her prior diverse experience to giving her the confidence to lead […]
May 14, 2024
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Don’t Hesitate Getting A 2nd (3rd, 4th or 8th!) Medical Opinion

Getting a second opinion can give you peace of mind that a diagnosis is right and that you know all the possible treatment options. In this episode, John talks about his journey with prostate cancer and the steps he took to get multiple second opinions before selecting the treatment that felt right for him. Was it hard? Yes. Was it worth the effort? Absolutely. Key Takeaways ·     Get educated about your medical condition. Don’t just rely on what the doctor explains in the office. ·     Get a 2nd opinion (and 3rd and 4th ones if necessary) if you have ANY question about your diagnosis or treatment plan. The physicians you choose should be in a different practice so they offer a completely objective opinion regarding your care. ·     Tap into your network of family, friends and colleagues to find other patients with a similar medical condition. Zoom in on the doctors whose name keeps coming up, and then do online research to check their credentials and read patient reviews. ·     Getting in to see specialists can be slow. If you want to get in sooner….get yourself on a waiting list, get to know the office staff, and keep calling back. And, of course, be pleasant. Links Article about waiting times: Get in touch with Archelle Email: [email protected] Instagram: Facebook:
May 14, 2024
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Midlife Matters: Navigating Perimenopause and Beyond

In this episode Joy welcomes Joanna Strober, the founder of MidiHealth, a midlife care provider for women aged 35 to 65. Joanna shares her personal journey with perimenopause, emphasizing the importance of understanding the symptoms and effects of estrogen decline during this phase of a woman's life. She discusses the challenges of finding knowledgeable providers in menopausal care and highlights MidiHealth's innovative approach, including specialized training programs for their providers and the development of expert care protocols. Episode Highlights [00:10:20] Importance of Provider's Knowledge on Hormones and Treatment Options [00:10:59] Accessibility of Care through Insurance Coverage [00:11:18] Growth Trajectory and Expansion Plans of MidiHealth [00:19:46] Excitement for MidiHealth's Growth and Future Plans [00:20:05] Accessing Care through [00:20:55] Benefits of Virtual Care for Sensitive Health Topics Stay connected to Joanna Strober: LinkedIn | Twitter Midi Health | LinkedIn
May 14, 2024
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Dr. Carrie Nelson Spills the Tea on Telehealth Patient Safety & Quality

Welcome to the HITeaWithGrace podcast, where we spill the tea on HIT. In light of the recent news of Optum and Walmart shutting down their virtual care offerings, today, we're honored to host Dr. Carrie Nelson, Chief Medical Officer of KeyCare, as she shares her experience working as a primary care physician and in population health and shares her perspectives on the evolution of telehealth and its business model.  Dr. Nelson examines the broader impact of telehealth on healthcare disparities and population health and advocates for innovative solutions to bridge gaps in access to care, particularly for underserved populations. She envisions a future where data-driven insights and analytics play a pivotal role in optimizing telehealth services to meet rigorous standards of care and advance value-based objectives. She also delves into strategies for upholding quality care in virtual settings and examines the implications of recent accreditation programs, all while emphasizing the pivotal role of data analytics in shaping telehealth's future impact. Be sure to tune into this if you are concerned about or interested in the state of and future of virtual care!
May 14, 2024
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HFYH: Musculoskeletal Syndrome of Menopause | Dr. Vonda Wright

📲 Follow me on Instagram for even more musculoskeletal, menopause, and general health tips ⤵️ @drvondawright: Website: ••• 📝 Today's Show: ___________________  ••• Never miss an episode with Dr Wright by subscribing to “HOT for your HEALTH” and connect with her daily on IG @DrVondaWright ‘HOT for your Health” is brought to you in part by a women’s health company collaborating with Dr Vonda Wright to support women in midlife as they live their best lives. Their flagship offering, “Advanced Menopause Support,” is formulated to nourish the body with key vitamins and nutrients often deficient in midlife & menopause. Packed with micronutrients, calming anti-inflammatory augmentins and the key ingredient, Rhapontic Rhubarb Root Extract, Advanced Menopause Support is a research backed solution for relieving hot flashes, night sweat, supporting blood sugar fluctuations, and minimizing many of the primary symptoms of menopause. 💫 Dr Wright is offering a special value to listeners of “HOT for your Health” with the following link ⤵️
May 14, 2024
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I Get Dizzy Standing Up, Do I Have POTS? (with Camden Hebson, MD)

Have you ever stood up quickly and felt a little lightheaded or felt your heart racing? What if, out of the blue, that started happening EVERY TIME YOU STOOD UP? This can be reality for folks with POTS (postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome), or other forms of "orthostatic dysfunction". It can be quite debilitating, especially since it seems to target young athletic folks. Also, like many other health conditions which can manifest as nebulous, subjective symptoms (fatigue, dizziness, heart racing, brain fog, etc)- patients with POTS often feel misunderstood, ignored, and gaslit by their healthcare providers (who may not be well trained in these conditions.) Let's fix all that, shall we?? Your Doctor Friends came across a great article in the Washington Post titled "They're young and athletic. They're also ill with a condition called POTS" that featured our guest today, Camden Hebson, MD (as well as his colleague at University of Alabama Birmingham, Sara Gould, MD). Among other expert opinions in the article, Dr. Hebson outlined the increasing diagnosis of POTS, especially in young athletes. What is it? Who gets it? Why do we think this happens? How can we manage it? Resources for today's episode include: UAB website for Dr. Hebson's and Dr. Gould's Sports Medicine Cardiology Clinic for Young Athletes. The website for Dysautonomia International, a great advocacy organization for folks with POTS, and other similar autonomic nervous system dysregulation conditions. Vanderbilt University Autonomic Dysfunction Center website outlining all their recent research projects and publications. Cleveland Clinic's website on POTS. Thanks for tuning in, folks! Please sign up for our "PULSE CHECK" monthly newsletter! Signup is easy, right on our website page, and we PROMISE we will not spam you! We just want to send you cool articles, videos and thoughts :) For more episodes, limited edition merch, or to become a Friend of Your Doctor Friends (and more), follow this link!   Find us at: Website:  Email: [email protected]  Connect with us: @your_doctor_friends (IG) Send/DM us a voice memo/question and we might play it on the show! @yourdoctorfriendspodcast1013 (YouTube) @JeremyAllandMD (IG, FB, Twitter) @JuliaBrueneMD (IG) @HealthPodNet (IG)
May 14, 2024
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Replay: How to Avoid Burnout by Recognizing the Difference Between Depersonalization and Detachment

Replay - Originally Aired Sept 21st 2021; When you hear the word ‘detached,’ what do you think of?  What about ‘depersonalized’? Do you know what the difference between detachment and depersonalization is?  Well, in this week’s solo episode of the Healthcare Provider Happy Hour, I will be discussing the difference between depersonalization; one of the core components of burnout, and detachment. I will share strategies and insights on how these components can lead to, and prevent burnout, along with key strategies to help you navigate them.  Listen in to learn: How to create boundaries to avoid toxicity inside and outside the workplace What signals to watch for in noticing not only emotional signs, but also physical signs within ourselves to alert us of toxicity  Why health boundaries are critical to detach yourself when needed How to be aware of a negative environment and how to approach the situation  Grab your drink of choice and join the conversation! Resources Connect with Jennifer George: @bestobsessed_with_jenn | Instagram Jennifer George | Website @jenngeorge08) | Twitter Jennifer George | Facebook Click here to check out my book about connecting and communicating with patients to empower their experiences! Disclaimer The Healthcare Provider Happy Hour Podcast makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast. The information, opinions, and recommendations presented in this podcast are for general information only and any reliance on the information provided in this podcast is done at your own risk. This podcast should not be considered professional advice. Please speak with your own healthcare practitioner when seeking medical advice.
May 14, 2024
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Diverse Voices, Better Choices: Representation And Its Impact On Health

Join us on this compelling episode of "Beyond the Paper Gown" with host Dr. Mitzi Krockover, as we welcome the trailblazing Dr. Jayne Morgan, a distinguished cardiologist and Executive Director of Health and Community Education at Piedmont Healthcare. Dr. Morgan, leveraging her profound experience as a Black female physician, explores the systemic issues affecting women's healthcare, particularly in underrepresented communities. She discusses the critical need for diversity in medical research and training, and the impact of biases in AI and healthcare delivery. Discover how changing medical education and embracing inclusive research can lead to better health outcomes for all. Don't miss Dr. Morgan's powerful insights on transforming healthcare—tune in now to learn how we can all contribute to a more equitable health system. Please visit Beyond the Paper Gown to join our community and to learn more about achieving your optimal health.
May 14, 2024
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Navigating the Transition from Feeling Stuck to Embracing Leadership

In this podcast episode, Dr. Lisa Herbert provides guidance on how to move from a state of being stuck to transitioning into a leadership role. She discusses common roadblocks, ways to move from feeling stuck to unstuck, reflecting on one's passion and goals, exploring different pathways in leadership, assessing skills and strengths, embracing change and adaptability, seeking support, and embracing the non-linear journey toward leadership. If you are ready to take the first step to secure your future with the next best role, I am here to help you with my 90-day transition plan. To learn more, schedule your career transition breakthrough call at
May 13, 2024
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From Boring to Brilliant: Transform Your CME Content with Proven Storytelling Frameworks

Are you struggling to keep your clinical audience engaged and invested in your CME content? In today's fast-paced, information-overloaded world, medical writers face the daunting challenge of capturing and maintaining their readers' attention. This episode explores how you can leverage proven storytelling techniques to create compelling, memorable CME content that resonates with your target audience. Discover how to structure your content using powerful storytelling frameworks that build anticipation and drive home your key messages. Learn how to hook your reader with compelling openers, incorporate patient and clinician voices, and make the "so what" crystal clear. Gain insights into adapting storytelling structures to your CME content. Tune in and unlock the secrets to becoming a master CME storyteller, ready to captivate and inspire your clinical audience like never before! Resources StoryBrand Think Faster Talk Smarter by Matt Abrahams Timestamps 00:00 Introduction 02:55 Crafting compelling CME content: Exposition, rising action, climax, and resolution 05:36 Storybrand 08:30 Other storytelling frameworks 12:09 My challenge for you Subscribe to the Write Medicine podcast! Subscribe to the Write Medicine podcast for more valuable insights on continuing medical education content for health professionals. Click the Follow button and subscribe on your favorite platform.
May 13, 2024
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Empowering Women Physicians: Leadership Strategies for Career Growth

Dr. Lisa Herbert offers a 90-day transition plan for women physicians transitioning into leadership roles. This podcast episode discusses recognizing feeling stuck, reflecting on goals and values, exploring different pathways for leadership, assessing skills and strengths, embracing change, seeking support, and embracing the non-linear journey toward leadership. If you are finally ready to take the first step to secure your future with the next best role, I'm here to help you with my 90-day transition plan. To learn more, schedule your career transition breakthrough call at
May 12, 2024
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Hypovolemic Shock with The Q Word Podcast’s Lisa and Nyssa, RN

While the concept of hypovolemic shock may seem straightforward compared to the other types of shock, it's various causes and vastly different treatment approaches may catch you off guard. In this episode, flight nurse Nyssa from The Q Word Podcast vividly illustrates the key differences between fluid volume depletion and blood volume loss. You'll learn to spot the ominous clinical presentations of hemorrhagic shock. But most importantly, Nyssa equips you with the critical life-saving interventions for massive hemorrhage - from using tourniquets to transexamic acid. Whether you're an emergency nurse or just want to solidify your knowledge, this masterclass on managing hypovolemic shock's most high-stakes form will drastically elevate your nursing game. This episode is part of Nurses' PodCrawl 2024. Check out other episodes from these excellent nurse podcasters: Obstructive Shock: Critical Care Scenarios and Rapid Response RN Distributive shock: Straight A Nursing and How Not to Kill Your Patient Cardiogenic Shock: Nurse Dose Podcast and Up My Nursing Game Check out Nicole Kupchik's exam reviews and practice questions at Use the promo code UPMYGAME20 to get 20% off all products. Do you need help with your resume, interviewing, or need career coaching? Check out Sarah at New Thing Nurse: Get 15% off of her resume and cover letter templates using the promo code UPMYGAME Nursing students and new grad career services  Experienced RN career services NP career services
May 12, 2024
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Cardiogenic Shock with Sean from the Nurse Dose Podcast

In this in-depth episode, cardiac nursing expert Sean from the Nurse Dose Podcast vividly illustrates how acute coronary syndromes, valve dysfunction, arrhythmias, and mechanical complications can all culminate in cardiogenic shock. You'll learn to spot the ominous signs like falling cardiac output, rising filling pressures, and poor end-organ perfusion. But most importantly, Sean equips you with the critical interventions - from revascularization to advanced circulatory support devices like balloon pumps and Impella pumps. Whether you're an ICU nurse or just want to solidify your knowledge of this high-stakes condition, this masterclass on cardiogenic shock is a must-listen. This episode is part of Nurses' PodCrawl 2024. Check out other episodes from these excellent nurse podcasters: Obstructive Shock: Critical Care Scenarios and Rapid Response RN Distributive shock: Straight A Nursing and How Not to Kill Your Patient Hypovolemic shock: The Q Word Podcast and Up My Nursing Game From this episode: Listen to the Nurse Dose Podcast Check out Nurse Dose on IG! @NurseDosePodcast Check out Nicole Kupchik's exam reviews and practice questions at Use the promo code UPMYGAME20 to get 20% off all products. Do you need help with your resume, interviewing, or need career coaching? Check out Sarah at New Thing Nurse: Get 15% off of her resume and cover letter templates using the promo code UPMYGAME Nursing students and new grad career services  Experienced RN career services NP career services
May 11, 2024
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104: Obstructive Shock With Guests Bryan Boling and Brandon Oto From the Critical Care Scenarios Podcast

Obstructive shock may be the least common type of shock, but it’s no less critical. As part of Nurse PodCrawl 2024, Bryan Boling and Brandon Oto from the Critical Care Scenarios podcast join host Sarah Lorenzini in this episode to talk about the critical care management of obstructive shock. Together, they walk nurses through a patient scenario, detailing the diagnostic process of obstructive shock due to pulmonary embolism.Sarah, Bryan and Brandon review the three main causes of obstructive shock: pulmonary embolism, tension pneumothorax, and cardiac tamponade. They also discuss the importance of clinical assessments and diagnostic tools like ultrasound to distinguish between each cause, as well as considerations for treatment.This episode is the perfect resource for nurses who want to deepen their understanding of obstructive shock. Tune in now to hear insights from three experienced pros!Topics discussed in this episode:Patient assessment and key diagnostic toolsDiagnosing obstructive shock due to pulmonary embolismTreating obstructive shock due to pulmonary embolismTreatment implications for major causes of obstructive shockDiagnosis and treatment of tension pneumothoraxTreatment strategies for cardiac tamponadeKey takeaways on obstructive shock managementCheck out the rest of Nurse PodCrawl 2024 episodes around cardiogenic, hypovolemic, and distributive shock!Critical Care Scenarios: Not to Kill Your Patient: Dose Podcast: Q Word Podcast: A Nursing: My Nursing Game: in this episode:Nurse's Week 2024 SpecialHAPPY NURSE'S WEEK! You can use code: NURSESWEEK2024 When you check out to get 50% off your first month of Rapid Response AcademyRapid Response and Rescue Intro CourseCONNECT 📸 Connect on Instagram: 🫶 Check out my membership: 📚 Check out my course: 🧑‍💻Check out my website: 📬 Subscribe to my newsletter: 🎁 Affiliation and discounts: SAY THANKS 💜Leave a review on Apple Podcasts: 💚Leave a rating on Spotify:...
May 10, 2024
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106: Investing in Nurses! Insights in Action

Kate Judge, American Nurses Foundation Victoria Mann Simms PhD Rachel Barchie JD Karen Grimley PhD, MBA, RN   Description: In 2023, in a first-of-its-kind, The American Nurses Foundation’s Philanthropic Support for the Nursing Profession report revealed that nursing receives just one penny of every healthcare philanthropy dollar despite broad awareness and agreement of the need for massive and urgent investment in nurses and nursing to transform our complex health care systems and care delivery.    In this series of rare, in-depth unscripted conversations with philanthropists, fundraisers, program managers, executive directors, grantees, and innovators we explore the creative, strategic, and evidence-based approaches to these investments; learn why, how, and who is investing in nurses and nursing; and why it’s so urgent.    In this episode, we explore with Kate Judge from the American Nurses Foundation the key findings from ANF report, learn where investments in nursing are currently being made and where resources need to be directed -- leadership, workforce development, and new models of care. And we learn from seasoned philanthropist Victoria Simms, PhD,  Simms/Mann Family Foundation Executive Director Rachel Barchie, and nurse executive Karen Grimley how they are putting the ANF report into action with their transformative gifts to health systems, strategic partnerships, and Off the Chart: Rewarding Nursing Greatness campaign.   Find this episode’s resources at and for more information on podcast bundles visit ANA’s Innovation Website at Have questions for the SEE YOU NOW team? Feedback? Future episode ideas? Contact us at [email protected].
May 9, 2024
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Episode 150: Strengthening Maternal Healthcare in Rural Communities

Every community needs maternal and infant healthcare, and yet, many rural areas no longer have access to it. In a time when obstetric care is becoming more and more difficult to find, some rural hospitals are striving to sustain the high-quality birthing services that every woman, infant and family that needs. On today’s episode, hosts JJ and Rachel talk with Jennifer Mewes, RN, OB Leader at Iowa Specialty Hospital. Follow Rural Health Rising on Twitter! Follow Hillsdale Hospital on social media!  Audio Engineering & Original Music by Kenji Ulmer 
May 9, 2024
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EP 32: Leading Through Crisis: Essential Competencies for Nurse Leaders

Adaptability and flexibility are crucial competencies for nurse leaders, especially during and after crises. In this episode, Dr. Michelle Conley, Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer for Jefferson Health-North Region, discusses critical competencies for nurse leaders, especially during and after crises like the global pandemic, highlighting adaptability, self-awareness, and vulnerability in leadership. She emphasizes creating a supportive environment where team members feel valued and offers strategies for managing stress and workload, including task prioritization and seeking peer support. Tune in and learn how to foster a supportive environment, prioritize tasks, and leverage individual strengths for successful leadership in healthcare. Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources:
May 8, 2024
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