America’s Favorite Nurse, “Nurse Alice” Benjamin, EPS 218
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On this episode of RNFM Radio, Keith and Elizabeth soldier on without Kevin Ross (who was en absentia for this recording), and we heartily welcome nurse Alice Benjamin, a bonafide nurse celebrity.
“Nurse Alice” Benjamin is a nationally board certified and award winning cardiac clinical nurse specialist with nearly two decades of experience in cardiovascular health. She has been involved in numerous national associations and committees: American Nurses Association/California Board of Directors, the National Health Policy Committee for the National Black Nurses Association, served as an AARP Affordable Care Act Education Advisor for California, and was the first nurse to chair an American Heart Association’s Multicultural Health Equity Taskforce. Most recently, Nurse Alice has joined the Dr. Oz ShareCare and Black Enterprise families as a leading national medical health expert.
Alice started out in accounting school, but realized early on that nursing was a much more comfortable and passionate fit for her, especially after caring for her father after he experienced a stroke.
On this episode, learn about Alice’s experience learning how to become a nurse entrepreneur and celebrity!
Alice has an excellent boutique nursing education website, which you can find at AskANurseFirst.com. You can also find her at AliceBenjamin.com.
This episode of RNFM Radio is sponsored by the good folks at American Sentinel University. As a fully accredited online university, American Sentinel offers a variety of courses related to healthcare and nursing, including RN to BSN, and five MSN programs: Informatics, Case Management, Nursing Education, Nursing Management, and Infection Prevention and Control. They offer an RN to BSN/MSN, a program, as well as two tracks for those wishing to pursue a Doctorate of Nursing Practice. American Sentinel also offers a certificate in Prevention and Control that assists clinicians in acquiring the knowledge they need to develop best practices for infection prevention and control. Please visit RNFMEducation.com for more information.
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