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Nursing2021 Podcast

Brought to you by the editors of Nursing, The Peer Reviewed Journal of Clinical Excellence, this podcast brings you discussions with clinical experts and thought leaders, including members of Nursing's editorial staff and editorial board as well as contributing authors.

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Creator: Nursing2021
Duration: 26:04
Nursing2021 
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: 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 www.nursing2021.com, discusses some key guiding principles their facility used to adapt and safely care for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Creator: Nursing2021
Duration: 33:50
Nursing2021 
In this episode, Nursing2021 sits down with Dr. Cheryl Dumont, PhD, RN, CRNI, NEA-BC, to discuss clinical simulation and the move to virtual simulation in clinical education during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Dumont walks us through the history of clinical simulation and how in-person simulation is done, how her institution transitioned to virtual simulation during the COVID-19 pandemic, and what the move to virtual-only simulation over the last year might mean for the future of simulation in nursing education. This episode is sponsored by Rasmussen University. To learn more about our sponsor, please visit their website by using the following link: www.rasmussen.edu/NursingLeader.
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: Drew Parent
Duration: 18:23
Nursing2021 
In this episode, Anne Woods, DNP, RN, CRNP, ANP-BC, AGACNP-BC, FAAN, Chief Nurse at Wolters Kluwer Health Learning, Research, and Practice, discusses the latest on the state of the COVID-19 pandemic; what frontline healthcare workers and healthcare systems are dealing with amid the latest surge in cases, hospitalizations, and deaths; COVID-19 skepticism; and the lessons to be learned from this pandemic. Read Anne Woods’ recent post on the NursingCenter Blog, referenced in this episode and titled, “Don’t believe the science and evidence? Just look at our faces.”
Creator: Drew Parent
Duration: 20:32
Nursing2021 
In this episode, US Army Nurse Corps Veteran and University of Delaware professor Susan Sheehy, PhD, RN, FAEN, FAAN, discusses an important initiative from the American Academy of Nursing called “Have you ever served in the military?” Learn which types of questions a nurse should ask any patient to determine if the patient is a veteran and the type of care the patient will need, different types of screening questions nurses should ask veterans, how the time and location in which a veteran served can correlate with specific health risks, and more.
Creator: Drew Parent
Duration: 34:00
Nursing2021 
In this episode, Dr. Seth Hawkins, MD, discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted rural communities as well as his practice. We also discuss the decline of ED patients with non-coronavirus-related health conditions, how hospitals may see a surge in these patients after some social distancing measures are lifted, and the lessons we might learn from the pandemic once it's all over.
Creator: Drew Parent
Duration: 25:18
Nursing2021 
In this episode, Nursing2020 Editor-in-Chief Linda Laskowski Jones, MS, APRN, ACNS-BC, CEN, NEA-BC, FAWM, FAAN, discusses how to best navigate the sea of information coming out about COVID-19, how to recognize potentially inaccurate information or disinformation on the virus that is being widely shared on social media, and where nurses can get trustworthy, up-to-date information and resources as they treat patients with COVID-19. Also, we chat with Linda about her upcoming May and June editorials and the role of Nursing2020 in sharing helpful information with nurses during the COVID-19 crisis.