In this 2-part Episode, Marissa Bartmess describes her journey in nursing, beginning as a BSN student to her current role as a practicing RN and PhD Student. Her story will resonate with many who are considering a doctoral degree, as well as those seeking to join the new generation of nurse leaders emerging to radically transform the culture of nursing and nursing academia.
A new feature on the RN P.R.E.P. Podcast based on YOUR requests. Small bites of information and relevant content that you can use to start or end your day, use to focus or disconnect during a work-day break, or just to learn more about RESILIENCE:)
Dr. Carrie Cormack is known for her compassionate expertise as a clinician and educator within the world of Pediatric Palliative Care. In this epsidoe of the RN P.R.E.P. Podcast she describes her journey in nursing and how she effectively promotes her own personal RESILIENCE to maintain joy and professional fulfillment in a job that is often filled with sadness and emotional distress. Dr. Cormack beautifully describes how she maintains work-life balance, focusing on her priorities and purpose.
Dr. Rebecca Koszalinski is a Nurse Scientist and Innovator. She developed the "Speak for Myself-Voice" App, which was featured in the Johnson & Johnson "Nurses Change Lives" video. Dr. Koszalinski shares about her own exciting journey in nursing.
This episode of the RN P.R.E.P. Podcast features two amazing RN's who share a wonderful lesson in "Building a Resilient Team" based on their experiences in a large academic health sciences center during the Covid pandemic. Chris Hairfield and Benita Curnell describe how they were brought together through strategic and visionary leadership to rapidly build an innovative healthcare team designed to meet the needs of the community during the immediate surge of the Coronavirus.
Dr. Cathy Durham is the Director of the DNP Programs at the Medical University of South Carolina. She is also a Captain in the Navy, currently serving as the Senior Nurse Executive for the Reserve Navy Corp serving on the frontlines of the Covid Pandemic in NYC. Dr. Durham eloquently shares what life is like inside an ever-evolving and chaotic environment where our clinician colleagues are demonstrating true resilience as they serve and sacrifice to provide care for their patients and each other.
Shannon D'Alton is a wife, mother, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, nursing instructor, AND full-time PhD student. The Coronavirus Pandemic has created multiple challenges for her family, much like it has for the majority of our healthcare providers and/or students. In this episode she describes her personal journey in RESILIENCE and how she and her family have responded to the current stressors by incorporating art into their daily routine.
Nurse educators and learners are navigating unchartered waters these days due to COVID-19. Most have converted to fully online learning, but many are struggling with clinical placement options. Dr. Melanie Cason shares how she and her team have successfully integrated virtual simulation into the pre-licensure BSN program to meet these needs.