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Your Next Shift: A Nursing Career Podcast

Elizabeth Scala

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Your Next Shift: A Nursing Career Podcast

Your Next Shift: A Nursing Career Podcast

Elizabeth Scala

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Your Next Shift offers a dynamic listening experience. Host Elizabeth Scala has strategically crafted a program that provides both practical tactics and universal truths. Weekly episodes present listeners with mindset shifts to be themselves and entrepreneurial tools to do their best. Guest interviews illustrate the importance of showing up as our best self in our nursing careers, while giving us concrete methods to do so. Your Next Shift, which informs, educates and up-levels our nursing profession, certainly is cutting edge in the healthcare environments of today.

Latest Episodes

EPS 197: April Koenig

Is it time for a nursing career shift? Are you feeling stuck by the medical model that most nurses practice in? Well, this next guest decided to stop complaining and start taking action. With one step at a time, our podcast guest is planting the seeds to make her nursing career bloom. Holistic nurse, homeschooling mom, and moon lover gone hippie farmer, community organizer, economic developer- April left traditional nursing to help run a nonprofit with a mission to create a sustainable food system in central Appalachia. And now feels like she is doing way more nursing than ever before. A few take aways from our interview with April Koenig, RN include: How being a solution seeker is the way to stick with nursing practice; What focusing on yourself first can do for nursing career success; And why you don’t have to stay boxed in as a nurse! Join the inspiring & upbeat community of supportive nurses: Your Next Shift! Read along and take notes with your very own copy of Your Next Shift

21 MIN2019 OCT 9
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EPS 197: April Koenig

EPS 196: Carol Hahn

Nurses, are you truly doing what you love in nursing? This next guest reminds us that the sky’s the limit when it comes to your nursing career. As a nurse, you can teach, guide, influence, impact, and support people’s growth and development. Don’t let your nursing career get you down! Start today with your next shift. Carol Hahn, MSN, RN, CPT, RYT, CD has been an RN for 37 years in a variety of nursing experiences. She currently consults and has her own business as a Wellness and Fitness Nurse. Carol is a Certified Dementia Professional and conducts education programs on dementia and other geriatric topics both locally and nationally. A few take aways from our interview with Carol Hahn, MSN, RN, CPT, RYT, CD include: How being involved in health promotion and disease prevention can turn into a nursing career; What teaching yoga in your driveway can do for your nursing practice; And why no nurse should be afraid of anything, especially trying something new! Join the inspiring & up...

20 MIN2019 OCT 2
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EPS 196: Carol Hahn

EPS 195: Catie Harris

Nurses, how do you make shifts in your nursing career? Is it something that is intentional for you or do you just jump to the next thing that presents itself? This next guest discusses the process of being intentional with goal setting and outlines the benefits we can enjoy from operating in this way. Catie Harris, PhD, MBA, RN is the founder of NursePreneurs, a business coaching program for nurses who want to start a profitable nurse business. Catie also hosts the popular podcast The NursePreneur Podcast, curating top NursePreneurs and inspiring business ideas for nurses. Catie has been featured on major international TV, radio and podcasts. A few take aways from our interview with Catie Harris, PhD, MBA, RN include: How having a dream one night can turn you into a nurse; What failing at a larger goal can teach you about achieving accomplishments; And why finding a mentor can be challenging, but very much worth it! Join the inspiring & upbeat community of supportive nurses: Your Ne...

18 MIN2019 AUG 21
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EPS 195: Catie Harris

EPS 194: Katie Gross

As a nurse, we need to be mindful of both our personal and professional values. We also need to make certain that our nursing career aligns with these stated values. So often in nursing there are achievements and other “bright shiny objects” that will come our way. This next guest reminds us to stay grounded in order to be open to the best opportunities that are to come. Katie Gross RN BSN HNB-BC CHTP IAC is a board-certified holistic nurse who blends the art and science of traditional nursing with the intuitive practice of Healing Touch. Her unique approach supports clients on the functional level of health with an end goal of transformation. Katie’s specialty is in supporting women and families overcome infertility and heal from miscarriage. A few take aways from our interview with Katie Gross RN BSN HNB-BC CHTP IAC include: How nursing isn’t only about our career achievements; What taking an energy inventory can do for your job enjoyment; And why being a nurse is about more t...

19 MIN2019 AUG 14
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EPS 194: Katie Gross

EPS 193: Judy Fasone

Did you know that as a nurse you can get into a whole host of interesting roles? That’s right; you never have to stay stuck or unhappy with your nursing career. This next guest has enjoyed lots of holistic approaches throughout her nursing career. Tune in to learn more about holistic nursing and the opportunities for holism. Judy Fasone, MSN-ED, AHN-BC, HWNC-BC, CTP is an Advanced Holistic Nurse and Certified Nurse Coach, guiding her clients toward self- healing at the cellular and unconscious levels. Judy senses the sacredness of ordinary life as a profound feeling of well-being. Judy’s latest branch of her work is to supervise nurses preparing for the Holistic Nursing or Coaching Certification Exams. A musician and songwriter, Judy's creativity has manifested in the form of 3 volumes of written work over the last 50 years. A few take aways from our interview with Judy Fasone, MSN-ED, AHN-BC, HWNC-BC, CTP include: How timing is everything when it comes to new programs; What findi...

20 MIN2019 AUG 7
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EPS 193: Judy Fasone

EPS 192: Eric Filiput

It’s all in the details. That’s right, as a nurse you have to focus on those little things that make up the bigger picture. This next guest describes just how important paying attention to the details can be in a nursing career. Eric Filiput, BSN, is the operations manager of the Gamma Knife Center at Siteman Cancer Center, which treats over 300 patients a year. Helping people is in his blood, Filiput keeps the mood light with his frequent jokes and simple explanations of procedures, helping patients feel at home. Eric is also a retired St. Louis County Reserve Police Officer. A few take aways from our interview with Eric Filiput, BSN include: How a pen and notepad go a long way in nursing; What the details mean for the bigger picture as a nurse; And why being honest, even when you don’t know the answer, helps you learn and grow! Join the inspiring & upbeat community of supportive nurses: Your Next Shift! Read along and take notes with your very own copy of Your Next Shift

17 MIN2019 JUL 31
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EPS 192: Eric Filiput

EPS 191: Gloria E. Barrera

Have you ever felt stuck or stagnate during your nursing career? Well, no more of that, nurses! This next guest reminds us to always keep growing. You too can continue to develop professionally and personally as a nurse. Gloria E. Barrera, MSN, RN, PEL-CSN is a public health nurse, specialized in school nursing. She currently works as a certified school nurse at a public high school outside of Chicago. She is also an Adjunct Professor of Nursing at several universities, most notably DePaul University and her alma mater Saint Xavier University. She serves on the Board of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses-Illinois Chapter and will be taking office as President Elect of the Illinois Association of School Nurses. She is also an active member of ANHE and ANA-Illinois. Her leadership and service has been recognized by several organizations. Her passion is public health nursing and she is committed to continuing her efforts to improve child health outcomes in our most vulnerable ...

19 MIN2019 JUL 24
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EPS 191: Gloria E. Barrera

Harness the Power of the Team to Thrive as a Nurse Leader

Divina Grossman, PhD, RN, ARNP, FAAN was recently appointed President and Chief Academic Officer at the University of Saint Augustine for Health Sciences. She was formerly the Chancellor and a Professor of Nursing at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. Previously, she was at Florida International University for 22 years where she was the Founding Vice President for Engagement, Dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, and Dean of the School of Nursing. She earned her PhD in Nursing at the University of Pennsylvania, Master of Science in Nursing at the University of Miami, and Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of Santo Tomas. A few take aways from our interview with Divina Grossman, PhD, RN, ARNP, FAAN include: How self-regulation may be the answer to nursing burnout; What mentorship and professional networks can do for your nursing career growth; And why the best success comes when you harness the power of the team! Join the inspiring & upbeat communi...

23 MIN2019 JUN 19
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Harness the Power of the Team to Thrive as a Nurse Leader

Deliberate Action & Receptive Work Ethic: Must Haves for Nursing Leaders

Sue Rees, DNP, RN, CPHQ, CENP is the Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer-Inpatient at UW Health (University of Wisconsin). She has been there for 28 years starting as a Nurse Manager, then a Director, and for the past 6 years a VP. She has main responsibility for inpatient operations at this academic medical center. A few take aways from our interview with Sue Rees, DNP, RN, CPHQ, CENP include: How self-reflection provides room for nursing growth; What using empathy can do for nursing resiliency; And why the lack of delegation may hold your nursing colleagues back! Join the inspiring & upbeat community of supportive nurses: Your Next Shift! Read along and take notes with your very own copy of Your Next Shift

21 MIN2019 JUN 12
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Deliberate Action & Receptive Work Ethic: Must Haves for Nursing Leaders

Deliberate Action & Receptive Work Ethic: Must Haves for Nursing Leaders

Jerry A. Mansfield, Ph.D., RN, NEA-BC is accountable for the practice of nursing at Medical University of South Carolina Health and oversees initiatives to enhance the patient experience. He has experience in both for-profit and non-profit as well as inpatient and outpatient settings, multi-hospital health systems and academic medical centers. Jerry is also a Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellow (2005 Cohort). A few take aways from our interview with Jerry A. Mansfield, Ph.D., RN, NEA-BC include: How volunteering and saying “yes” to projects is a sign of a budding leader; What deliberate action steps you can take to support your nursing career growth; And why being open to and receptive of feedback is a sure sign of a successful nurse leader! Join the inspiring & upbeat community of supportive nurses: Your Next Shift! Read along and take notes with your very own copy of Your Next Shift

27 MIN2019 JUN 5
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Deliberate Action & Receptive Work Ethic: Must Haves for Nursing Leaders

Latest Episodes

EPS 197: April Koenig

Is it time for a nursing career shift? Are you feeling stuck by the medical model that most nurses practice in? Well, this next guest decided to stop complaining and start taking action. With one step at a time, our podcast guest is planting the seeds to make her nursing career bloom. Holistic nurse, homeschooling mom, and moon lover gone hippie farmer, community organizer, economic developer- April left traditional nursing to help run a nonprofit with a mission to create a sustainable food system in central Appalachia. And now feels like she is doing way more nursing than ever before. A few take aways from our interview with April Koenig, RN include: How being a solution seeker is the way to stick with nursing practice; What focusing on yourself first can do for nursing career success; And why you don’t have to stay boxed in as a nurse! Join the inspiring & upbeat community of supportive nurses: Your Next Shift! Read along and take notes with your very own copy of Your Next Shift

21 MIN2019 OCT 9
Comments
EPS 197: April Koenig

EPS 196: Carol Hahn

Nurses, are you truly doing what you love in nursing? This next guest reminds us that the sky’s the limit when it comes to your nursing career. As a nurse, you can teach, guide, influence, impact, and support people’s growth and development. Don’t let your nursing career get you down! Start today with your next shift. Carol Hahn, MSN, RN, CPT, RYT, CD has been an RN for 37 years in a variety of nursing experiences. She currently consults and has her own business as a Wellness and Fitness Nurse. Carol is a Certified Dementia Professional and conducts education programs on dementia and other geriatric topics both locally and nationally. A few take aways from our interview with Carol Hahn, MSN, RN, CPT, RYT, CD include: How being involved in health promotion and disease prevention can turn into a nursing career; What teaching yoga in your driveway can do for your nursing practice; And why no nurse should be afraid of anything, especially trying something new! Join the inspiring & up...

20 MIN2019 OCT 2
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EPS 196: Carol Hahn

EPS 195: Catie Harris

Nurses, how do you make shifts in your nursing career? Is it something that is intentional for you or do you just jump to the next thing that presents itself? This next guest discusses the process of being intentional with goal setting and outlines the benefits we can enjoy from operating in this way. Catie Harris, PhD, MBA, RN is the founder of NursePreneurs, a business coaching program for nurses who want to start a profitable nurse business. Catie also hosts the popular podcast The NursePreneur Podcast, curating top NursePreneurs and inspiring business ideas for nurses. Catie has been featured on major international TV, radio and podcasts. A few take aways from our interview with Catie Harris, PhD, MBA, RN include: How having a dream one night can turn you into a nurse; What failing at a larger goal can teach you about achieving accomplishments; And why finding a mentor can be challenging, but very much worth it! Join the inspiring & upbeat community of supportive nurses: Your Ne...

18 MIN2019 AUG 21
Comments
EPS 195: Catie Harris

EPS 194: Katie Gross

As a nurse, we need to be mindful of both our personal and professional values. We also need to make certain that our nursing career aligns with these stated values. So often in nursing there are achievements and other “bright shiny objects” that will come our way. This next guest reminds us to stay grounded in order to be open to the best opportunities that are to come. Katie Gross RN BSN HNB-BC CHTP IAC is a board-certified holistic nurse who blends the art and science of traditional nursing with the intuitive practice of Healing Touch. Her unique approach supports clients on the functional level of health with an end goal of transformation. Katie’s specialty is in supporting women and families overcome infertility and heal from miscarriage. A few take aways from our interview with Katie Gross RN BSN HNB-BC CHTP IAC include: How nursing isn’t only about our career achievements; What taking an energy inventory can do for your job enjoyment; And why being a nurse is about more t...

19 MIN2019 AUG 14
Comments
EPS 194: Katie Gross

EPS 193: Judy Fasone

Did you know that as a nurse you can get into a whole host of interesting roles? That’s right; you never have to stay stuck or unhappy with your nursing career. This next guest has enjoyed lots of holistic approaches throughout her nursing career. Tune in to learn more about holistic nursing and the opportunities for holism. Judy Fasone, MSN-ED, AHN-BC, HWNC-BC, CTP is an Advanced Holistic Nurse and Certified Nurse Coach, guiding her clients toward self- healing at the cellular and unconscious levels. Judy senses the sacredness of ordinary life as a profound feeling of well-being. Judy’s latest branch of her work is to supervise nurses preparing for the Holistic Nursing or Coaching Certification Exams. A musician and songwriter, Judy's creativity has manifested in the form of 3 volumes of written work over the last 50 years. A few take aways from our interview with Judy Fasone, MSN-ED, AHN-BC, HWNC-BC, CTP include: How timing is everything when it comes to new programs; What findi...

20 MIN2019 AUG 7
Comments
EPS 193: Judy Fasone

EPS 192: Eric Filiput

It’s all in the details. That’s right, as a nurse you have to focus on those little things that make up the bigger picture. This next guest describes just how important paying attention to the details can be in a nursing career. Eric Filiput, BSN, is the operations manager of the Gamma Knife Center at Siteman Cancer Center, which treats over 300 patients a year. Helping people is in his blood, Filiput keeps the mood light with his frequent jokes and simple explanations of procedures, helping patients feel at home. Eric is also a retired St. Louis County Reserve Police Officer. A few take aways from our interview with Eric Filiput, BSN include: How a pen and notepad go a long way in nursing; What the details mean for the bigger picture as a nurse; And why being honest, even when you don’t know the answer, helps you learn and grow! Join the inspiring & upbeat community of supportive nurses: Your Next Shift! Read along and take notes with your very own copy of Your Next Shift

17 MIN2019 JUL 31
Comments
EPS 192: Eric Filiput

EPS 191: Gloria E. Barrera

Have you ever felt stuck or stagnate during your nursing career? Well, no more of that, nurses! This next guest reminds us to always keep growing. You too can continue to develop professionally and personally as a nurse. Gloria E. Barrera, MSN, RN, PEL-CSN is a public health nurse, specialized in school nursing. She currently works as a certified school nurse at a public high school outside of Chicago. She is also an Adjunct Professor of Nursing at several universities, most notably DePaul University and her alma mater Saint Xavier University. She serves on the Board of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses-Illinois Chapter and will be taking office as President Elect of the Illinois Association of School Nurses. She is also an active member of ANHE and ANA-Illinois. Her leadership and service has been recognized by several organizations. Her passion is public health nursing and she is committed to continuing her efforts to improve child health outcomes in our most vulnerable ...

19 MIN2019 JUL 24
Comments
EPS 191: Gloria E. Barrera

Harness the Power of the Team to Thrive as a Nurse Leader

Divina Grossman, PhD, RN, ARNP, FAAN was recently appointed President and Chief Academic Officer at the University of Saint Augustine for Health Sciences. She was formerly the Chancellor and a Professor of Nursing at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. Previously, she was at Florida International University for 22 years where she was the Founding Vice President for Engagement, Dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, and Dean of the School of Nursing. She earned her PhD in Nursing at the University of Pennsylvania, Master of Science in Nursing at the University of Miami, and Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of Santo Tomas. A few take aways from our interview with Divina Grossman, PhD, RN, ARNP, FAAN include: How self-regulation may be the answer to nursing burnout; What mentorship and professional networks can do for your nursing career growth; And why the best success comes when you harness the power of the team! Join the inspiring & upbeat communi...

23 MIN2019 JUN 19
Comments
Harness the Power of the Team to Thrive as a Nurse Leader

Deliberate Action & Receptive Work Ethic: Must Haves for Nursing Leaders

Sue Rees, DNP, RN, CPHQ, CENP is the Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer-Inpatient at UW Health (University of Wisconsin). She has been there for 28 years starting as a Nurse Manager, then a Director, and for the past 6 years a VP. She has main responsibility for inpatient operations at this academic medical center. A few take aways from our interview with Sue Rees, DNP, RN, CPHQ, CENP include: How self-reflection provides room for nursing growth; What using empathy can do for nursing resiliency; And why the lack of delegation may hold your nursing colleagues back! Join the inspiring & upbeat community of supportive nurses: Your Next Shift! Read along and take notes with your very own copy of Your Next Shift

21 MIN2019 JUN 12
Comments
Deliberate Action & Receptive Work Ethic: Must Haves for Nursing Leaders

Deliberate Action & Receptive Work Ethic: Must Haves for Nursing Leaders

Jerry A. Mansfield, Ph.D., RN, NEA-BC is accountable for the practice of nursing at Medical University of South Carolina Health and oversees initiatives to enhance the patient experience. He has experience in both for-profit and non-profit as well as inpatient and outpatient settings, multi-hospital health systems and academic medical centers. Jerry is also a Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellow (2005 Cohort). A few take aways from our interview with Jerry A. Mansfield, Ph.D., RN, NEA-BC include: How volunteering and saying “yes” to projects is a sign of a budding leader; What deliberate action steps you can take to support your nursing career growth; And why being open to and receptive of feedback is a sure sign of a successful nurse leader! Join the inspiring & upbeat community of supportive nurses: Your Next Shift! Read along and take notes with your very own copy of Your Next Shift

27 MIN2019 JUN 5
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Deliberate Action & Receptive Work Ethic: Must Haves for Nursing Leaders
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