Today's episode is a re-visit of our first episode with the Burnout Busters team over at MHTTC (Mid-American Mental Health Technology Transfer Center) housed at the Monroe Meyer Institute here at UNMC. The episode follows co-host Renee Paulin as she introduces the series and our two guests Dr. Hannah West and Dr. Jordan Thayer (both who you may have seen on other episodes). Take a listen and be sure to subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts to catch the next episode in the series, as well as other episodes featured here on RN Huddle! Here is the link for the MHTTC website https://mhttcnetwork.org/centers/content/mid-america-mhttc. Read More.
This week on RN Huddle, our host Heidi Keeler and co-host Renee Paulin are joined with former White House nurse, Kristin Stoniecki. The three of them discuss Kristin's background as a navy nurse as well as the responsibilities of a White House Nurse. This is a fascinating episode and really illustrates the numerous career paths a nurse can take involving widespread specialties and rewarding experiences. This is an episode in which we really think our RN Huddle listeners will enjoy! 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.
Ever help a patient where they are taken care of properly and survived the hospital stay and they still sue you? Dr. Joyce Black of UNMC College of Nursing has. In this first episode of RN Huddle, she discusses this particular story with malpractice attorney Kathryn Cheatle. You’ll hear about this story as well as other malpractice lawsuits and those related details. Read More.