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Nursing Management Podcast

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

 

 

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Creator: Nursing Management
Duration: 13:36
Nursing Management May 2022, Volume 53, Issue 5;

In this episode of the Nursing Management Podcast, editor-in-chief Rosanne Raso sits down with Devin Bowers, MSN, RN, NE-BC, a nurse leader and the Practice Excellence Director for the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, to discuss the recent AONL Conference, including the conference atmosphere, highlights, and hot topics.

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Creator: Nursing Management
Duration: 14:15
In this episode of the Nursing Management Podcast, we sat down with Rhonda Collins, DNP, RN, FAAN, the CNO at Vocera, a leader in clinical communication and workflow solutions, to talk about how the pandemic has exacerbated clinical communication challenges and what tools and solutions are available to address these challenges and keep nurses safe beyond the next crisis
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Creator: Nursing Management
Duration: 14:16
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In this Nursing Management Podcast, we talk with Kit Bredimus, RN, BSN, MSN, DNP, the CNO at Midland Health in Midland, Texas. and Joe Tye, MBA, MHA, the founder and head coach of Values Coach in Solon, Iowa, about how today’s challenging healthcare environment has allowed current leaders to excel and new leaders to emerge, and presented an opportunity to help shape the future of the nursing profession. They discuss the importance of a positive mindset and a culture of ownership and offer some strategies for protecting nurses’ mental health.
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Creator: Nursing Management
Duration: 12:07
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In part 2 of this Nursing Management Podcast, we learn more from uleadership executives Kay Kennedy, DNP, RN, NE-BC, CPHQ; Lucy Leclerc, PhD, RN, NPD-BC; and Susan Campis, MSN, RN, NE-BC, about how healthcare organizations are implementing human-centered leadership, the associated outcomes, and the potential long-term impact on the nursing profession.
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Creator: Nursing Management
Duration: 17:56
Nursing Management 
In part 1 of this Nursing Management Podcast, we sat down with uleadership executives Kay Kennedy, DNP, RN, NE-BC, CPHQ; Lucy Leclerc, PhD, RN, NPD-BC; and Susan Campis, MSN, RN, NE-BC, to discuss the research and development of their human-centered leadership model for nurse leaders. They describe the primary attributes of successful leaders and explain the importance of self-care.
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Creator: Chloe Falkinson
Duration: 22:37
In this episode of the Nursing Management Podcast, we sat down with Holly Kirkland-Kyhn, PhD, FNP, GNP, CWCN, FAANP, director of wound care at UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, California; certified wound ostomy continence specialist Melania Howell, DNP, RN, AGCNS-BC, CWOCN, DAPWCA; and cardiac ICU clinical nurse Jesse Senestraro, MBA, BSN, RN, CCRN-CMC, authors of the November article “Leveraging technology to improve wound care delivery and care transitions”.
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Creator: Nursing Management
Duration: 46:17
In this episode of the Nursing Management Podcast, we sat down with Dr. Dennis Sherrod, EdD, MSN; Dr. Cecil Holland, EdD, PhD, MSN; and Tisha Augustus, MSN to discuss pathways for online nursing education, the benefits and challenges of online programs, and addressing specific concerns for faculty and students involved in online learning.
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Creator: Nursing Management
Duration: 19:06
In this episode of the Nursing Management Podcast, we sat down with Dr. Cathleen A. Evans, PhD, MSN, RN, CEN, CNE, NHDP-BC, who recently published an article in the July issue of Nursing Management titled, “Disaster readiness essentials for a pandemic.” We discuss some of the key points laid out in the article as well as the impact of nurse shortages on disaster readiness, how staff can be better utilized during a disaster, readiness education for staff, and more.
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Creator: Nursing Management
Duration: 19:40
In this episode of the Nursing Management Podcast, we sat down with Dr. Nancy Blake, PhD, RN, CCRN-K, NEA-BC, FAAN, to discuss what a new, better normal for nursing care after the COVID-19 pandemic could look like. Dr. Blake examined this topic through the lens of healthy work environment standards in a feature article in the May 2021 issue of Nursing Management. We discuss the premise and major points of her article, and we address the role of frontline staff, barriers and challenges of implementing a “new normal,” how such challenges can be addressed, and more.
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Creator: Nursing Management
Duration: 35:19
In this episode of the Nursing Management Podcast, we sat down with Michelle Sanchez, MSN, RN, CPHQ, to discuss equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) and how it intersects with quality improvement in the workplace. We define EDI and other important principles, discuss how race/ethnicity and social determinants of health significantly impact outcomes for patients, talk about action steps for nurse leaders, and more.
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Creator: Nursing Management
Duration: 25:38
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Mary Joy Garcia-Dia, DNP, RN, FAAN, Program Director of the Nursing Informatics Information Technology Department at NewYork-Presbyterian and a Nursing Management Editorial Board member, discusses the evolution of nursing informatics and how it is taught in nursing education.
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Creator: Nursing Management
Duration: 18:25
The use of telehealth has become much more common during the COVID-19 pandemic as more patients have opted to see their doctor from the safety of their own home. In this episode, host Andrew Parent is joined by Nursing Management Editorial Board member Joyce Sensmeier, MS, RN-BC, FHIMSS, FAAN, to discuss the rapid increase of telehealth use due to the COVID-19 pandemic over the last year and what it could mean for the future of patient care. Joyce Sensmeier’s recently published article on this important topic is titled, “Enhancing the patient and provider experience through telehealth” (November 2020), and can be found here.
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Creator: Drew Parent
Duration: 16:32
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For this episode, we spoke with Nursing Management Editor-in-Chief Rosanne Raso, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, for an in-depth discussion about the results of Nursing Management’s 2020 Wellness Survey. See the February 2021 issue of Nursing Management for more survey analysis and commentary. To listen to more episodes, click here .
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Creator: Drew Parent
Duration: 14:18
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Nursing Management speaks with Nursing Management Editor-in-Chief Rosanne Raso, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, about how her hospital in New York City is preparing for a potential second surge of COVID-19 cases, how the coronavirus pandemic may change hospital operations for the foreseeable future, and how nurses are still struggling to be heard at every level. To listen to more episodes, click here.

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Creator: Drew Parent
Duration: 16:20
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Nursing Management speaks with Thomas Jefferson University Hospital CNO and Nursing Management Editorial Board member Jeffrey Doucette, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, FACHE, in a May 4 interview. Jeff discusses the now-viral ‘Swab Squad’ at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, a group of nurses at the hospital’s COVID-19 testing site who recently went viral with their morning dancing videos on social media and were rewarded with an appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” We also chat with Jeff about his experience in preparing his team for the coronavirus outbreak and how a leader should best support their team during a global pandemic. To listen to more episodes, click here .
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Creator: Drew Parent
Duration: 18:18
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Nursing Management spoke with Nursing Management Editor-in-Chief Rosanne Raso, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, about the COVID-19 pandemic in an interview on April 28. We discuss the current situation in New York City, what a nursing leaders top priorities are in a pandemic, how the pandemic forced changes to hospital operations and which changes she thinks may stick around, and lessons learned.
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Creator: Andrew Parent
Duration: 18:15
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Nursing Management speaks with Nursing2020 Editor-in-Chief Linda Laskowski-Jones MS, APRN, ACNS-BC, CEN, NEA-BC, FAWM, FAAN about managing staff morale during the COVID-19 pandemic and the particular importance of supporting staff at this time and staying in touch with their needs. To listen to more episodes, click here.
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Creator: Andrew Parent
Duration: 6:17
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Nursing Management speaks with Pamela Hunt, vice president of patient care services for Community Health Hospital North in Indianapolis, Ind., and chairperson of Nursing Management Congress, about what we can expect in Nursing Management Congress2019! To listen to more episodes, click here.
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Creator: Andrew Parent
Duration: 7:15
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Nursing Management speaks with Emily Emma, the runner-up for our annual Richard Hader Visionary Leader Award, about her work to help improve nurse satisfaction and turnover rates as a nurse manager at Mather Hospital in New York. To listen to more episodes, click here.
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Creator: Andrew Parent
Duration: 7:58
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Nursing Management speaks with Sherley John, a clinical nurse at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, N.Y., about her institution’s “Take CAUTIon” project to reduce CAUTIs in its neurosurgical ICU. To listen to more episodes, click here.
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Creator: Andrew Parent
Duration: 8:12
Nursing Management 
em>Nursing Management speaks with Christine Pabico, director of the Pathway to Excellence Programs at the American Nurses Credentialing Center, about Pathway and its importance to nurse leaders. To listen to more episodes, click here.
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Creator: Andrew Parent
Duration: 3:42
Nursing Management 
NM Congress Chairperson Pamela Hunt gives Nursing Management a sneak preview of her planned general session at NM Congress, titled “Lead the People, or Manage the Mess!”
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Creator: Andrew Parent
Duration: 7:16
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Nursing Management chats with NM Congress Chairperson Pamela Hunt about our upcoming conference and its benefits for nurse leaders.
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Creator: Haley McKinney
Duration: 7:46
Nursing Management 
Nursing Management talks with Editorial Board member Tim Porter-O’Grady about the three essential principles needed to successfully sustain shared governance.
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Creator: Haley McKinney
Duration: 11:03
Nursing Management 
Nursing Management talks with Editorial Board member Sharon Cox about internal vs. external changes.
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