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The DailyNurse Podcast - A Podcast for Nurses by Nurses

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The DailyNurse Podcast - A Podcast for Nurses by Nurses

The DailyNurse Podcast - A Podcast for Nurses by Nurses

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Nursecasts, the DailyNurse.com podcast, aims to provide a deep dive on new topics in nursing policy, entrepreneurship, and education. We help nurses better understand issues in healthcare - from advancing their nursing career to understanding policies that may affect patient outcomes. Nursecasts is hosted by Springer Publishing Company's Senior Acquisitions Editor, Joe Morita.CREDITS:Joe Morita – HostChristina Morgan – Programming ManagerFrank Juan – Sound Production EditorPeter Fuhrman – Advertising Sales ManagerAndrew Bennie - Product Manager

Latest Episodes

What is it like to be a correctional nurse?

Learn what it's like to be a correctional nurse. Our guest, Sherry Cameron, started her career with CoreCivic in 2009 as an HR Manager at a Bureau of Prisons facility in Mississippi. A few months later, she was promoted to the Corporate Headquarters in Nashville as a Regional Recruiter assisting the HR teams and later served in a role as a Program Facilitator for Arts and Music at a facility in Florida. She left CoreCivic in 2013 to start a part-time business but then returned in 2016 where today she passionately serves as a Regional Medical Recruiter assisting to fill CoreCivic's healthcare vacancies across the organization throughout the United States. Learn more about Essentials of Correctional Nursing at: https://www.springerpub.com/essentials-of-correctional-nursing-9780826109514.html

25 MINNOV 12
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What is it like to be a correctional nurse?

What is Nursing Informatics?

In today's episode, Joe Morita interviews Joyce Sensmeier, Senior Advisor of Informatics for Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), a global, cause-based, not-for-profit organization focused on better health through information and technology. Sensmeier served as Vice President of Informatics from 2005-2019. In her current role, she provides thought leadership for the areas of clinical informatics, standards and interoperability. Sensmeier shares her thoughts on nursing informatics and how it may shape the future of nursing.

30 MINAUG 28
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What is Nursing Informatics?

NICU nurses donate lottery winnings to colleagues in need

Instead of splitting $10K in Mega Millions winnings, 126 NICU nurses at Mercy Children's Hospital in St. Louis decided to donate the money to two colleagues in need. Listen to the NICU team recount how this all transpired.

23 MINJAN 4
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NICU nurses donate lottery winnings to colleagues in need

Why US Veterans Make Great Nurses

Once the highest-ranking female in her military unit in Iraq, US veteran Jennifer Bayonne uses the skills she learned in the Army to care for her patients at Fresenius Kidney Care Natchitoches. Jennifer joins Nursecast host, Joe Morita, to discuss how the US military uniqued prepared her for a career as a nurse.

23 MIN2018 NOV 16
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Why US Veterans Make Great Nurses

Why is Maternal Mortality Growing in the United States?

According to the CDC “Report from Nine Maternal Mortality Review Committees,” approximately 700 women across the United States (U.S.) die each year as a result of pregnancy or pregnancy-related complications. Dr. Susan Stone, DNSc, CNM, FACNM, FAAN, a certified nurse-midwife, the President of Frontier Nursing University and the President of the American College of Nurse-Midwives, joins Nursecast to help us better understand the underlying causes and approaches to curb the increasing number of American women dying during childbirth.

18 MIN2018 JUN 22
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Why is Maternal Mortality Growing in the United States?

A Look at the AACN Clinical Scene Investigator (CSI) Academy

Dr. Marian Altman, a Clinical Practice Specialist at the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, joins us to discuss the AACN Clinical Scene Investigator (CSI) Academy. The CSI Academy is a 16-month nursing leadership and innovation training program to empower hospital-based staff nurses as clinician leaders and change agents whose initiatives measurably improve patient outcomes and hospital bottom lines.

21 MIN2018 MAY 22
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A Look at the AACN Clinical Scene Investigator (CSI) Academy

How to Get Involved with Medical Mission Trips

Joe Morita interviews Dr. Keith A. Lafferty, an emergency medicine director of education and process improvement at Gulf Coast Medical Center and an adjunct assistant professor of emergency medicine at Temple University. Dr. Lafferty has been involved with Mission of Hope Haiti, an organization that hosts thousands of mission trip participants from around the world. Dr. Lafferty visited Haiti after the 2010 earthquake and shares his experience working on the ground in Haiti and explains why every US healthcare professional should consider a medical mission.

22 MIN2018 FEB 7
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How to Get Involved with Medical Mission Trips

Why the DNP Is Here to Stay - Ep. 3

Joe Morita interviews Stephen Ferrara RN, DNP, FNP-BC, Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs at Columbia University's School of Nursing on the importance and evolution of the Doctorate of Nursing Practice.

29 MIN2017 SEP 13
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Why the DNP Is Here to Stay - Ep. 3

Focus on the Sim Lab: How People w/ Disabilities are Helping to Educate Villanova’s Nursing Students

An interview with the faculty and research team behind the Nursing Simulation Program at Villanova. Our host visited Villanova’s College of Nursing to learn how the program has impacted students and standardized patients who have participated in the program.

43 MIN2017 JUL 21
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Focus on the Sim Lab: How People w/ Disabilities are Helping to Educate Villanova’s Nursing Students

Why Are Students Choosing to Pursue Nursing? - Ep. 1

In our first episode of Nursecasts, Joe Morita explores why students are choosing to pursue a degree in nursing in 2017. He interviews nursing student leaders from this year's National Student Nurses Conference in Dallas, Texas to better understand why students are joining the profession.

10 MIN2017 MAY 11
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Why Are Students Choosing to Pursue Nursing? - Ep. 1
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Latest Episodes

What is it like to be a correctional nurse?

Learn what it's like to be a correctional nurse. Our guest, Sherry Cameron, started her career with CoreCivic in 2009 as an HR Manager at a Bureau of Prisons facility in Mississippi. A few months later, she was promoted to the Corporate Headquarters in Nashville as a Regional Recruiter assisting the HR teams and later served in a role as a Program Facilitator for Arts and Music at a facility in Florida. She left CoreCivic in 2013 to start a part-time business but then returned in 2016 where today she passionately serves as a Regional Medical Recruiter assisting to fill CoreCivic's healthcare vacancies across the organization throughout the United States. Learn more about Essentials of Correctional Nursing at: https://www.springerpub.com/essentials-of-correctional-nursing-9780826109514.html

25 MINNOV 12
Comments
What is it like to be a correctional nurse?

What is Nursing Informatics?

In today's episode, Joe Morita interviews Joyce Sensmeier, Senior Advisor of Informatics for Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), a global, cause-based, not-for-profit organization focused on better health through information and technology. Sensmeier served as Vice President of Informatics from 2005-2019. In her current role, she provides thought leadership for the areas of clinical informatics, standards and interoperability. Sensmeier shares her thoughts on nursing informatics and how it may shape the future of nursing.

30 MINAUG 28
Comments
What is Nursing Informatics?

NICU nurses donate lottery winnings to colleagues in need

Instead of splitting $10K in Mega Millions winnings, 126 NICU nurses at Mercy Children's Hospital in St. Louis decided to donate the money to two colleagues in need. Listen to the NICU team recount how this all transpired.

23 MINJAN 4
Comments
NICU nurses donate lottery winnings to colleagues in need

Why US Veterans Make Great Nurses

Once the highest-ranking female in her military unit in Iraq, US veteran Jennifer Bayonne uses the skills she learned in the Army to care for her patients at Fresenius Kidney Care Natchitoches. Jennifer joins Nursecast host, Joe Morita, to discuss how the US military uniqued prepared her for a career as a nurse.

23 MIN2018 NOV 16
Comments
Why US Veterans Make Great Nurses

Why is Maternal Mortality Growing in the United States?

According to the CDC “Report from Nine Maternal Mortality Review Committees,” approximately 700 women across the United States (U.S.) die each year as a result of pregnancy or pregnancy-related complications. Dr. Susan Stone, DNSc, CNM, FACNM, FAAN, a certified nurse-midwife, the President of Frontier Nursing University and the President of the American College of Nurse-Midwives, joins Nursecast to help us better understand the underlying causes and approaches to curb the increasing number of American women dying during childbirth.

18 MIN2018 JUN 22
Comments
Why is Maternal Mortality Growing in the United States?

A Look at the AACN Clinical Scene Investigator (CSI) Academy

Dr. Marian Altman, a Clinical Practice Specialist at the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, joins us to discuss the AACN Clinical Scene Investigator (CSI) Academy. The CSI Academy is a 16-month nursing leadership and innovation training program to empower hospital-based staff nurses as clinician leaders and change agents whose initiatives measurably improve patient outcomes and hospital bottom lines.

21 MIN2018 MAY 22
Comments
A Look at the AACN Clinical Scene Investigator (CSI) Academy

How to Get Involved with Medical Mission Trips

Joe Morita interviews Dr. Keith A. Lafferty, an emergency medicine director of education and process improvement at Gulf Coast Medical Center and an adjunct assistant professor of emergency medicine at Temple University. Dr. Lafferty has been involved with Mission of Hope Haiti, an organization that hosts thousands of mission trip participants from around the world. Dr. Lafferty visited Haiti after the 2010 earthquake and shares his experience working on the ground in Haiti and explains why every US healthcare professional should consider a medical mission.

22 MIN2018 FEB 7
Comments
How to Get Involved with Medical Mission Trips

Why the DNP Is Here to Stay - Ep. 3

Joe Morita interviews Stephen Ferrara RN, DNP, FNP-BC, Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs at Columbia University's School of Nursing on the importance and evolution of the Doctorate of Nursing Practice.

29 MIN2017 SEP 13
Comments
Why the DNP Is Here to Stay - Ep. 3

Focus on the Sim Lab: How People w/ Disabilities are Helping to Educate Villanova’s Nursing Students

An interview with the faculty and research team behind the Nursing Simulation Program at Villanova. Our host visited Villanova’s College of Nursing to learn how the program has impacted students and standardized patients who have participated in the program.

43 MIN2017 JUL 21
Comments
Focus on the Sim Lab: How People w/ Disabilities are Helping to Educate Villanova’s Nursing Students

Why Are Students Choosing to Pursue Nursing? - Ep. 1

In our first episode of Nursecasts, Joe Morita explores why students are choosing to pursue a degree in nursing in 2017. He interviews nursing student leaders from this year's National Student Nurses Conference in Dallas, Texas to better understand why students are joining the profession.

10 MIN2017 MAY 11
Comments
Why Are Students Choosing to Pursue Nursing? - Ep. 1
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