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Nursing 2021 Podcast

  • Updated:   7/13/2022
  • Contains:  4 items

Brought to you by the editors of Nursing, The Peer-Reviewed Journal of Clinical Excellence, this podcast brings you discussions with contributing authors, clinical experts, and thought leaders.

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Creator: Michael Jones
Duration: 9:39
In this episode, Uletha M. Jones, DNP, RN, CCRN, an assistant professor at SUNY Brockport with 24 years' experience in the United States Navy Nurse Corps and a recent Nursing2021 contributor, discusses the challenges of patient visitation during the COVID-19 pandemic. Her recent article in the February issue of Nursing2021, referenced in this episode and titled, "Family-centered care with visitor limitations," can be found here.
Creator: Michael Jones
Duration: 26:30
In this episode, Kristin Ospina, MSN, RN, CCRN, PCCN-K, nursing director for critical care at Morristown Medical Center in Morristown, N.J., and recent Nursing2021 contributor, discusses an article in the April edition that she co-authored with Mary Beth Leaton, MS, RN, APN, CCRN, AND, entitled, “Caring for critically ill patients with COVID-19.” The article, which can be found at, discusses some key guiding principles their facility used to adapt and safely care for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Creator: Nursing2021
Duration: 26:04
In this episode, Nursing2021 sits down with editor-in-chief Linda Laskowski-Jones, MS, APRN, ACNS-BC, CEN, NEA-BC, FAWM, FAAN, to discuss how nurses can get involved to advocate for the nursing profession and make their voices heard both within their organizations and at the policy level. We talk about what “using your voice” and “having a seat at the table” really mean in this context, the role of the COVID-19 pandemic in exposing some problems within nursing, how nurses can start to elevate their voices, the role of professional nursing organizations in all of this, and more.
Creator: Michael Jones
Duration: 22:25
In this episode, Julie Strunk, PhD, RN, FAAN, Christine Argenbright, PhD, RN, CNL, and Erika Metzler Sawin, PhD, FNP-BC, discuss an article they co-authored with Melissa Leisen, MSN, RN, Tammy Kiser, DNP, RN, and Laureen Donovan, PhD, RN. Their article, entitled “Using simulation to educate students about the culture of disability,” described a simulation activity to help nursing students in the delivery of culturally competent care to patients with disabilities.