Join us for part one of our two part series on stress & self-care. We sit down with Kaylie Guinan and Courtney Marshall, two Nursing Professional Development Specialists at Nebraska Medicine, and talk about how they deal with stress and their advice to you on how to lower it. This episode of RN Huddle has a few great pieces of advice that you won’t want to miss! Remember to join us again in two weeks to hear more from these two on self-care and how it can improve your work as well as your personal life. Read More.
This episode of RN Huddle, we are talking Worldwide Pressure Injury Prevention Day with our very own Nurse Planner Renee Paulin (a certified WOCN) and also our very own, Dr. Janet Cuddigan, President of the National Pressure injury Advisory Panel (NPIAP). These two ladies are discussing the NEW Clinical Practice Guideline for Prevention and Treatment of Pressure Injuries. As an author of these guidelines, Dr. Cuddigan has the expertise to really explain these new guidelines and help answer any question! Read More.
Sit down with Nursing Professional Development Specialists Michelle Schulte, Erin Jordan and Danielle Nichols as they discuss the challenges of working with the different generations in today’s workforce. From Gen Z’s to Baby boomers, we have a wide age range in the current workforce. On this episode of RN Huddle, these nurses are talking through those difficulties and how to work together when it comes to the Gen Z’s/Millennials technology vs. the Baby boomers face-to-face communication and more! Read More.
Join us for this spooky edition of RN Huddle! We are joined by Amy Mead (Associate Nurse Manager) and Kalen Knight (Nurse Professional Development Specialist) from our own Nebraska Medicine Emergency Department. Amy and Kalen are familiar with all the creepy crawlies that come into the ER and discuss their most memorable experiences with lice, maggots, rabies and intestines where they don’t belong! Take a listen…if you dare… Read More.
In the latest episode of RN Huddle, we sit down with a faculty member from our College of Pharmacy Dr. Ally Dering-Anderson. Dr. Ally is known for her radio skills as well as her expertise in pharmacology. She is joined by one of her students Emily Tomes who is well on her way to becoming a pharmacist herself. In this episode, Dr. Ally and Emily discuss Dietary Supplements as well as their pros and cons. Take a listen to get their take on supplements such as fish oil, zinc, and selenium. Read More.
In our last nursing and legalities RN Huddle episode, Dr. Joyce Black of UNMC and malpractice attorney Katie Cheetal discuss patients who are told to do one thing and then blatantly don’t do that thing or do the opposite. With that, they can still sue! Take a listen to see what Joyce and Katie have to say about it! Read More.
How do you balance your workload & timing when it comes to administering medication to patients? To continue the legalities in nursing series, Dr. Black and Katie Cheetal discuss this issue and some legal consequences related to it. Read More.
RN Huddle is getting personal! Dr. Joyce Black shares a personal patient story with Katie and wonders “Did they do the right thing? We didn’t know we were doing anything wrong. She asks for Katie’s help in determining if they were actually wrong from a legal standpoint. Read More.
"Are pressure injuries avoidable? Can a patient sue a health provider over a pressure injury? In this episode of RN Huddle, Dr. Joyce Black and malpractice attorney Kathryn Cheatle continue their discussion on nursing and legalities with a focus on pressure injuries!" Read More.