After a bit of a break, we bring it back with our MHTTC Burnout Buster guests! Today’s episode cover’s women in health care (#WomensHistoryMonth) and how they’ve been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in particular. On this episode we welcome first time guest Brandy Clarke to the pod! She’s joined by recurring guest, Hannah West, and our very own co-host Renee Paulin. Ladies, keep up the good work in your professional career and take a listen! Read More.
he NPIAP series on RN Huddle continues with a new conversation on pressure injuries. Today’s episode will feature our wound expert and co-host Renee Paulin, MSN, RN, CWOCN and she’s joined by Yi-Ting Tzen, PhD, PT who is Director on the Board at NPIAP and is also an Assistant Professor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Renee and Yi-Ting talk pressure injuries specific to the spinal cord injury population. See the episode description for a variety of links to the resources they discuss. Till next time listeners! Read More.
Today we are joined by a return guest, Dr. Jordan Thayer, and a new guest, Dr. Britt Liebsack. As always, the Burnout Busters episodes are about the mental health of our healthcare providers. Wanna know the answer to, how can anxiety be considered ‘healthy’ or ‘good’, and what strategies are there for harnessing that anxiety for productivity? Then take a listen here! Read More.
On this episode, we welcome back Ashleigh Boyd to the podcast. Ashleigh founded the Treat the Nurse program (found here: https://www.treatthenurse.com) and this program single handedly helps nurses with burnout and compassion fatigue. On this episode of RN Huddle, Ashleigh is once again joined by host Heidi Keeler but this time they are focusing more on burnout but also secondary stress and how to (once again) combat it. Nurses, that self-care is important and remember to take care of yourselves as well as you take care of your patients. Keep up the good work and we can’t wait to keep you up-to-date on everything nursing in 2022!! Read More.
On today's episode of RN Huddle, our host Heidi Keeler talks with Doug Dekker and Kelsey Miller both members of the SIM-NE (Simulation in Motion-Nebraska) team. The group discusses what SIM-NE is and why it's such an essential program to not only nurses but also the interprofessional team. Check out the episode to learn more! Read More.
Join us for this special episode of RN Huddle where we talk about an upcoming conference put on by the Olson Center for Women’s Health with our help! We are always so excited to help host this program that’s available for both nurses and every day women in our community! Our co-host Renee Paulin is joined by conference opening speaker Lauren Edwards, MD, a psychiatrist with Nebraska Med. She gives our listeners an exclusive sneak peek at what her and her colleague Emaan Lehardy, PhD, a psychologist with Nebraska Med, will be discussing as they open the conference with “Making Peace with Your Enemies: Understanding Your Anxiety to Conquer your Fears!”. Check out the show notes to find how to register! Read More.
RN Huddle is excited to bring back two exciting guests! Renee Paulin, our co-host, sits down with MHTTC's Dr's Hannah West and Jordan Thayer as they talk values and personal affirmation when it comes to your mental health. The team talks experiences, advice, as well as barriers to keeping ones values on the forefront of their everyday practice. After you take a listen to today's episode, come back to RN Huddle as the team will return next quarter to continue talking mental health in various team members practice and everyday lives! Read More.
RN Huddle sat down with some repeat guests from the Nebraska Medicine Emergency Department (ED) Nicole Lenaghan, Kalen Knight, and newcomer Ann Boley. The crew sits down to discuss their ED Nursing Fellowship. Since it's start in 2004, this Fellowship provides a unique way to onboard nurses to get them ready to join the ED team. Check out the episode notes for contact information for this fellowship opportunity. Read More.
To follow the last episode, we bring you Part 2 of the Ostomy Care Journey following post-op. This episode will look at a few weeks post-op with Renee, Ann, Cassi, and Chris. The group talks through the process of changing products with patients but then they also talk through measuring and tracing the specific patient's ostomy size. The group will also discuss why or why not they use a moldable and how they work with creases on patients with their new ostomy's. We greatly appreciate the groups expertise and we hope you enjoy this discussion as much as we did! Read More.
This episode brings in some Nebraska Med team members to talk about nursing transitions! Our three nurses are Abbie Zurawski a brand-new 2020 nursing school grad, Nikki Rushlau who's been a nurse for a few years but is now looking at transitioning into leadership, and Erik Borgmeyer who's been in nursing for 13 years and is a nurse leader on his floor. All 3 talk with our co-host Heidi Keeler about how they've transitioned at all points of their careers and provide advice for other nurses transitioning at any point of their nursing practice. Talk a listen! Read More.