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Episode 105: Nicole Brown, The Adventures Of Nurse Nicole

By Kevin Ross, RN, BSN | Mar 12, 2014

Nicole Brown, MSN, RN, is a nurse educator, doctoral candidate and an Army veteran. She is the proud mother of three and is dedicated to providing positive images of the nursing profession for children and the world. The Adventures of Nurse Nicole is a wonderfully clever and bright series about a nurse with three children…

Episode 104: Suzanne Gordon, co-playwright of Bedside Manners

By Kevin Ross, RN, BSN | Mar 10, 2014

Suzanne Gordon is an award winning journalist and author who writes about healthcare delivery and health care systems and patient safety.  Her 15 books include, First Do Less Harm: Confronting Inconvenient Problems in Patient Safety.  Her latest book is Beyond the Checklist: What Else Healthcare Can Learn from Aviation Safety and Teamwork. Beyond the Checklist.…

Episode 103: Staci Joy RN, Holistic Nurse Entrepreneur

By Kevin Ross, RN, BSN | Feb 19, 2014

StaciJoy received her Associate Degree of Science in Nursing and nursing license in 1987 and continued on with her education, graduating from California State University at Fullerton in 1992 with a Bachelor Degree of Science in Nursing and Public Health. She worked as a Trauma/Emergency Nurse in Santa Ana, CA while simultaneously earning a Board…

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Episode 102: Nurse Bullying Roundtable with Renee Thompson and Susan Strauss

By Keith Carlson | Feb 14, 2014

On February 12th, 2014, national experts Renee Thompson and Susan Strauss joined forces on RNFM Radio to share their expertise and views on nurse bullying and harassment. It was an informative and empowering show indeed, and we encourage our entire nursing community to listen to the archived recording or watch the interview in its entirety…

Episode 101: Seth Hammock, Medical Interpreter

By Keith Carlson | Feb 5, 2014

Medical interpretation is an increasingly important aspect of healthcare that nurses and other members of the interdisciplinary healthcare team must embrace, utilize and understand. We were honored to welcome Seth Hammock of Lone Star Interpreting to RNFM Radio to explain the importance of medical interpretation and how he has become an expert in his field.…

Episode 100: A Celebration of Nursing

By Keith Carlson | Jan 29, 2014

On January 29th, 2014, RNFM radio celebrated our 100th episode, and we were honored to be joined by our dear friends, Elizabeth Scala and Carol Gino. For an hour of inspiration about nurses and nursing, this show is a must! Spiritual Practice Nurse Elizabeth Scala is on a mission to transform the profession of nursing…

Episode 97: Dr. Tom Griedanus of Incendant.com

By Keith Carlson | Jan 8, 2014

Dr. Tom Greidanus is a board certified Emergency Physician with extensive management experience in the military and private sector. He has a Masters in Health Care Management and is recognized by Beta Gamma Sigma for academic excellence in business school. Currently a staff physician at Parkview Medical Center (Pueblo, CO), he has served as the…

Donna Cardillo, Nurse Career Guru, Episode 95

By Keith Carlson | Dec 11, 2013

Donna Cardillo, RN, CSP is The Inspiration Nurse. She travels the world helping women and healthcare professionals to be happy in their lives and careers and to reach their full potential. She does that as a keynote speaker, columnist, author, and cut-up. Her accomplished career combines over 25 years of clinical, managerial and business experience,…

Enid Shomer, Author of “The Twelve Rooms of the Nile”, Episode 68

By Keith Carlson | Jun 25, 2013

Enid Shomer won the Iowa Short Fiction Award for her first collection of stories, “Imaginary Men”, and the Florida Book Awards Gold Medal for her second, “Tourist Season“. She is also the author of four books of poetry. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, The Atlantic, The Paris Review, and many other publications.…