Join me on my Nursing Journey where I will talk to guest speakers about all things nursing and healthcare. I am really excited to be starting my first ever podcast! This podcast offers inspiration and new learning to nursing students and newly registered nurses about the experiences, potential routes, and progressions of nursing professionals. Expect an episode every month! You can also follow my nursing journey by following my blogs and vlogs on my website atwww.chlojackonhermac.com and my socials Twitter- @chlojaconhermac. Facebook @ChloJackonHerMac and Instagram @chlojackonhermacc.
In this Episode we will hear from John Lee Professional Advisor for Scotland's Chief Nursing Officer for Scotland, and Nursing and Midwifery Education and NMAHP Research. John shares his inspiring Nursing Journey in both Australia and the UK. We learn about what Johns current role entails. We explore Johns thoughts around the influences of under representation of males in the nursing profession. We also learn a bit about Johns experiences as a 150 leaders mentor and what students can gain from the programme. John shares his inspiring advice on how Student nurses can be successful in their nursing journey! We will also hear Johns reply to Caroline Hiscox question! And what will he ask our next guest speaker?!? You will have to listen to find out!
In the short time I have spent within my nursing studies I have come to see that spiritual care is a hugely important part in a persons overall care. I approached Gillian Douglas: Lead Chaplain for Mental Health & Learning Disabilities at NHS Grampian to ask if she would share her knowledge of Spiritual Care to gain a fuller understanding of what spiritual care is about and why it is important. As Gillian will explain in her video Spiritual care is not only about someones religious beliefs (which it is vey commonly perceived as) but it is a huge part of person centred care and understanding and recognising what is important to someone, and it can be pertinent to someones recovery while receiving care. Gillian also expresses that this service can be used by staff and students too.
This podcast explores Professor Caroline Hiscox's journey within nursing and what Carolines Role as Chief Executive of NHS Grampian entails. Professor Hiscox also shares her advice for student nurses on how to be successful and provides a very inspiring answer to the Question Jane Ewen poses about how to be a successful leader. This podcast is filled with inspiration!
In this episode you can expect to learn about Janes Nursing journey and how she got to where she is today. Janes discusses what her current role entails and dives into what it is like to have a strategic management role in health care. You can also expect to hear Janes advice for student nurse and an insight into the opportunities for new nursing graduates! You will also have the opportunity to hear Janes answer to Dr Heather Bains questions from the last episode and at the end hear what Janes question is for Chief Executive for Grampian: Caroline Hiscox! NOT TO BE MISSED!
In this second episode you can gain an insight into Dr Heather Bains Nursing Journey in District Nursing, Prescribing and education. Heather talks about what students can expect from District Nursing and the inspiration behind the Dual Honours Programme at Robert Gordon University.
Welcome to the first episode of Chlo Jacks Nursing Journey podcast. In this episode I am joined by Professor Susan Dawkes- Head of the School of Nursing Midwifery and Paramedic Practice. Susan shares her inspiring nursing journey and provides an insight into her experience in cardiac nursing and cardiac rehabilitation. She also offers some super advise for student nurses and poses a tough question for our next guest speaker!