Let’s Talk Google+ And YouTube Here At #RNFMRADIO
As you may have become aware, RN.FM Radio is going through a few changes. All for the better mind you, and most importantly all to make our platform more accessible to the community. Our show has appreciated a significant growth over the last year, and Keith and I have YOU to thank for it. This…Read More
RN.FM Radio Is Dialing Up the Frequency
Content delivery is an ever-changing business and RN.FM continues to move with the ebb and flow of media. Yes, we say it often, but we really do have YOU to thank for our growth as a platform and the delivery of such great content that you help us create. We are truly honored by our…Read More
Happy Birthday, RN.FM Radio!
It was one year ago, in January of 2012, when RN.FM Radio first hit the digital airwaves. Germinated through the magical potential of social media and the real-life connections that are indeed possible in that space, a new vision for nursing was born.Read More
RN.FM: Fingers on the Pulse
One of the things I love most about hosting RN.FM Radio is the wide diversity of amazing nurses who we have the pleasure of connecting with on a regular basis. From the day when we launched in January of this year, interesting and dynamic nurses have come bounding out of the woodwork, and there seems…Read More
You Are the CEO
Just last week, Linda Leekley and Stacey Turnure of Embracing Civility were kind enough to spend more than hour with us as our guests on RN.FM Radio. It was a delightful discussion, and we hope to have them back again late in 2012 or early in 2013. (You can read Keith’s review of their book,…Read More
Theresa Brown, RN.FM Radio, and “Critical Care”
On Monday, June 4th, RN.FM Radio was honored to host Theresa Brown, RN, the well-known nurse author of the highly praised “Critical Care: A New Nurse Faces Death, Life, and Everything in Between.” You can listen to this thoughtful and exciting interview by clicking here, and you can also read Keith’s review of “Critical Care”…Read More
Why Radio For Nurses?
So, why did we decide to create a radio station for nurses? You might wonder what purpose an Internet radio station could possibly serve for nurses in the face of a plethora of other platforms that are so widely available? There’s YouTube, Facebook, regular old websites, Twitter, LinkedIn, Skype, podcasts, videoconferencing—-what’s so special about radio?Read More
Welcome to RN.FM Radio!
Welcome to RN.FM Radio! We are so thrilled that you’ve stopped by! This is the companion website to RN.FM Radio on Blog Talk Radio, and this site will serve as a natural digital extension of our radio microphones.Read More