In this episode of Notes on Nursing Live, I interview neonatal wound-care expert and innovator Roxana Reyna, a nurse practitioner who specializes in wound care for neonates and children. Roxana creates wound care dressings for these tiny patients by using wound care products typically designed for adults, custom fitting her patients’ needs to help heal…
Judy Pins, RN, MBA, the president of Pfiedler Enterprises, joins us in this episode of Nursing Notes Live. Pfiedler Enterprises is a healthcare education company of the Association of PeriOperative Registered Nurses (AORN). Judy is helping AORN to provide continuing education opportunities for operating room nurses through the Nurse Executive Leadership Seminar series.
Maternal Health Nurse Researcher and Educator Phyllis Sharps, PhD, RN, FAAN, is our guest on this episode of Nuring Notes Live. Phyllis is the Elsie M. Lawler Endowed Chair, Professor of Nursing and Associate Dean for Community Programs and Initiatives, at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing.
We talk about nurses innovating in telehealth and other technologies in this episode of Nursing Notes Live. I chat with Suzanne Shugg, a nurse who has been making innovative changes in healthcare delivery throughout her career. She has experience in a broad range of health areas, from health insurance to telehealth to implementing preventative cardiovascular clinics. Her role teaching about Future Technology in Medicine at Rutgers University is key in helping healthcare professionals learn about advances in telehealth delivery.
I chat with NICU nurse Tricia Cady in this episode of Nursing Notes Live. She’s a nurse who’s been working with premature and sick newborns for 10 years of her 22-year nursing career. After recently completing a nursing course to further her education, Tricia was inspired to turn her nursing innovation idea into a reality in order to improve the way nurses secure neonates’ hands and help avoid accidental extubations.
Nurse innovator Lauran Hardin joins us on this episode of Nursing Notes Live. Lauran is the senior director of cross continuum transformation at the National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs and is committed to improving patient outcomes through creative innovation.
Nurse leader and innovator Nancy Hanrahan joins us in this episode of Nursing Notes Live. Nancy is executive director and associate dean of healthcare innovation and entrepreneurship at the Bouve College of Health Sciences and professor and former dean of the School of Nursing at Northeastern University in Boston. We talk about how she’s driving…
We talk with acute care nurse practitioner Adam Schneider in this episode of Nursing Notes Live. Adam worked as an organ procurement coordinator at the University of Wisconsin Organ and Tissue Donation service for the last five years.
Nurse Shawna Butler joins us on the show in this episode. Shawna is a nurse economist, trendsetter, and champion of the EntrepreNurse movement. Her clinical nursing experience includes emergency, cardiac, critical care, international medical flight transport, and workplace wellness. Shawna and I talk about why nurses are uniquely qualified to be innovators and change agents for healthcare worldwide and what every nurse can do to be a champion for change in their communities and become an EntrepreNurse.
We talk about building nurse leaders in a chat with Patricia “Trish” Seifert, MSN, RN, CNOR, FAAN, a perioperative cardiac surgery consultant in Falls Church, Virginia. Trish’s background includes leadership in nursing organizations, including the Association of Perioperative Registered Nurses (AORN), starting cardiac programs in various hospitals, creating a curriculum for Registered Nurse First Assistant programs, and more.
We chat with Lori Erickson, MSN, CPNP-PC, the clinical manager for the CHAMP® (Cardiac High Acuity Monitoring Program) at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri in this episode. Lori and other nurses involved with the CHAMP program are dedicated to saving lives of babies born with single ventricle heart disease who are in the critical period between surgery stages. Join us as we find out more about the CHAMP program and how nurses are helping the tiniest, most vulnerable patients and their families.