Well folks, spring has arrived (sort of!) and Kevin and I are thrilled that RN.FM Radio‘s second year of broadcasting is off to such a roaring start! It’s going to be a great year, and before you know it, we’ll be celebrating our 100th episode some time in early 2014. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves, shall we?
If you’ve listened to the show in the last month or so, you’ll already know that we have a wonderful new intern. Tera Giles is a nurse in Seattle who has jumped on the RN.FM train and has been feeding lots of (organic, renewable) fuel to the social media fires. Tera handles our weekly live Tweetchat during the show, pays close attention to our Twitter and Facebook accounts, and posts interesting content for your edification and enjoyment most every day. She is a blessing to us, and our gratitude for her enthusiasm is boundless!
On Monday, April 8th, four members of the team at Scrubs Magazine graced our airwaves, and despite some audio difficulties (sorry about that!), it’s a great summing up of what Scrubs is all about. We look forward to some ongoing collaboration with these fine folks, so stay tuned!
Meanwhile, representatives from the American Holistic Nurse Credentialing Center (AHNCC) will be with us on April 15th (Tax Day, no less!) to discuss the importance of holistic nursing certification, and our Nurses Week guest will be Susan Sullivan of the National Nursing Network Organization (NNNO), who will talk about the initiative to have a National Nurse for Public Health installed at the National Health Service alongside the Surgeon General.
And if you haven’t already heard, Kevin and I are both presenters in the upcoming Rejuvenation Collaboration, a two-week interactive online learning seminar focused on self-care and wellness for nurses! Registration and participation are free, and you can walk away with CEU credits for a small fee (if you need ’em!). The RC begins in earnest on April 15th, so register today!
Finally, we won’t forget to remind you later this year when Kevin and I will be traveling to Orlando to speak at the annual conference of the National Nurses in Business Association (NNBA). We’ll be helping to take that conference to the next level by streaming YouTube interviews with participants and presenters, as well as live Tweetchats and up-to-date Facebook and Google+ posts. We may even create a live Google+ hangout for those who want to experience some of the energy of the conference without traveling to Florida to do so!
Anyway, as you can see, it’s going to be an action-packed year, and we look forward to bringing you increasingly interesting, relevant and inspiring content that adds something of value to your personal and professional lives.
Hold onto your hats, and please join us on RN.FM Radio!