RN.FM Radio Co-Host, Keith Carlson, RN, BSN has been a nurse since 1996, with a depth of experience on the front lines, focusing on community health, public health, home health, and the management of chronic disease.
Keith is the well-known blogger behind the award-winning nursing blog, Digital Doorway, and he is the founder of Nurse Keith Coaching and NurseKeith.com. He is currently an editorial contributor for Working Nurse Magazine and LPNtoBSNonline.org, and has also been a featured author in several non-fiction nursing books released by Kaplan Publishing. Keith is a Certified Kripalu Yoga Instructor, Swedish Massage Practitioner, and Certified Laughter Yoga Leader.
Keith’s passion is coaching nurses and helping them to find balance and satisfaction in their personal and professional lives by preventing burnout and fostering optimal health and well-being!
RN.FM Radio Co-Host, Kevin Ross, RN, BSN has a range of experience in health care and human services, including a couple of years as a nurse in the Cardiovascular Surgical Intensive Care Unit (CSICU) at Johns Hopkins Hospital In Baltimore, MD. Never one to settle also meant a strong desire to combine his nursing experience and passion with his interest in technology and enthusiasm for entrepreneurship. These seemingly disparate interests are what led him to start a medical consulting company?, Spire Health Partners in 2007. Kevin is passionate about helping underserved people and communities get the medical care and attention they deserve and need. To that end, he is involved in a variety of projects from small and grassroots to larger scale initiatives all with the focus of? ensuring the health and safety of the clients being served.
Kevin started Innovative Nurse as a side project to share his experiences on “the road less traveled” as a nurse entrepreneur. The goal of Innovative Nurse has been to build a strong community for nurses to better realize their true potential in the health care field. The project only launched at the end of 2011, but in just a short time the response has been overwhelmingly positive proving the theory that nurses are receptive to, and even seeking out, information and resources of this kind.