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.
Today's episode is the first in a quarterly series with MHTCC (Mid-America Mental Health Technology Transfer Center) housed at the Munroe Meyer Institute here at UNMC. This episode, featuring our co-host Renee Paulin, introduces this new series on professional well-being and two new guests, Dr. Hannah West and Dr. Jordan Thayer who you'll see again on RN Huddle. Take a listen and be sure subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts to catch the next episode in the series, as well as other episodes featured here on RN Huddle! Read More.
Join our co-host Renee Paulin as she brings on three professionals from Permobil who are highly involved in best practices with NPIAP. They share their expertise in the seating system with wheelchairs in regard to proper seated posture, cushion selection and maintenance, and the actual structure of the wheelchair. Renee along with Ana Endsjo, Kara Kopplin, and Stacey Mullis chat about their seating and wound expertise and how to help patients prevent pressure injuries. Helpful tips and resources are discussed to help healthcare professionals in multiple settings who work with wheelchair bound patients who are at risk or have current pressure injures. This series is helpful to learn how the team can work together to prevent breakdown and what to look for to ensure patients are receiving the best quality of care based on best practices. Stick around for Part 2! Read More.
Join us today for a first-time topic and first-time guest! Dr. Robin Lally is joined by our host Dr. Heidi Keeler as they discuss Nursing Research and why it's so essential to the field of nursing. How do you become a nursing researcher? Well, take a listen as our host learns how Dr. Lally got into nursing research herself, the unusual paths to their own individually PhD's, as well as the difference between a DNP and a PhD degree. We always love having our CON faculty on to educate our listeners on all that's possible at UNMC's College of Nursing! Stay tuned for more! Read More.
New series alert! The Nebraska affiliate of the WOCN Society presents: Ostomy Podcast Series – Let’s Take a WOC through the Ostomy Care Journey! Join our co-host Renee Paulin, MSN, RN, CWOCN as she talks with her fellow WOC colleagues Chris Berke, Ann Lif, and Cassi Norton about their journeys to and within WOC nursing. This is the first episode of a brand new series for those interested in Ostomy care and a sneak peak of what is to come to help our fellow nurses by providing some tips and tricks as well as a few tools and/or resources at hand when caring for your patients. See the Episode note for some important links, documents and contact information. Take a WOC with us! Read More.
We have another great NPIAP episode for all of our RN Huddle listeners! Today we are joined by AnnMarie Nie, who is a neonatal skin expert. AnnMarie, MSN, RN, CNP, FNP-BC, CWOCN, and our co-host, Renee Paulin MSN, RN, CWOCN, sit down and talk about the research that has evolved surrounding neonatal skin compared to adult skin. She has greatly paved the way for a more advanced understanding of neonatal skin including multiple publications related to her passion for wound care with neonates. Take a listen! 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.