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CE Podcasts for Nurses

138 episodes - English - Latest episode: about 1 month ago - ★★★★★ - 1 rating

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Making Sense of Dollars and Cents: Patient Safety- Part 1: The Business Case for Safety

December 19, 2022 20:00 - 40 minutes - 27.7 MB

Many a nurse leader has been asked to cut labor costs in their departments, and many have wondered how they could possibly address cost avoidance while simultaneously ensuring patient and workforce safety. The answer, says an expert in healthcare finance, lies in quality metrics. --- This is episode 1  of the series:  Making Sense of Dollars and Cents: Patient Safety Before you take a seat at the healthcare leadership table, you’ll need to be prepared with knowledge and skills that aren’...

Making Sense of Dollars and Cents: Patient Safety- Part 2: The Business Case for Safety

December 19, 2022 17:00 - 20 minutes - 14.3 MB

Ensuring workforce and patient safety while holding the line on costs is a challenge few nurse leaders can avoid. Follow the expert advice in this final episode in our series to develop a solid business proposal for cost-effectively safeguarding the needs of both patients and staff. --- This is episode 2  of the series:  Making Sense of Dollars and Cents: Patient Safety Before you take a seat at the healthcare leadership table, you’ll need to be prepared with knowledge and skills that aren...

Travel Nursing: Opportunities and Experiences During the Pandemic to Now - Part 1: Travel Nursing: An Inside Look from a Nurse Who Traveled During COVID

December 12, 2022 17:00 - 36 minutes - 25.1 MB

 We take a look at the circumstances around one nurse’s path toward and into travel nursing. And, she gives us an inside view of factors to consider and questions to ask when deciding to look for a travel nursing agency or assignment. --- This is episode 1  of the series: Travel Nursing: Opportunities and Experiences During the Pandemic to Now The COVID-19 pandemic provided a perfect storm of sorts for the travel nursing industry. Lucrative contracts flourished, and demand for travel nurse...

Travel Nursing: Opportunities and Experiences During the Pandemic to Now - Part 2: The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Travel Nurses: Money, Experiences, and Opportunities for Something Different

December 12, 2022 15:00 - 34 minutes - 23.4 MB

The conversation continues with a discussion about travel nursing pay and why increased wages were justifiable. Then the topic of positive and negative attitudes on both sides is tackled: how staff nurses may have felt toward travelers and how travel nurses may appear to staff nurses. Finally, the conversation concludes with a short discussion of opportunities for nurses after the peak of the pandemic.   --- This is episode 2  of the series: Travel Nursing: Opportunities and Experiences Dur...

Women’s Reproductive Health Issues in the Face of Changing Legislation - Part 1: Understanding Changing Legislation

December 05, 2022 21:00 - 26 minutes - 18.3 MB

This podcast episode discusses the Roe v. Wade and Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health Organization cases in relation to the Supreme Court of the United States’ decisions regarding abortion. Perspectives related to how to central concepts of the cases might be viewed, state regulation of abortion, and possible ramifications of changing legislation are considered. --- This is episode 1  of the series: Women’s Reproductive Health Issues in the Face of Changing Legislation  For nearly 50 years,...

Women’s Reproductive Health Issues in the Face of Changing Legislation - Part 2: Terminology, Statistics, and Clarifying Information

December 05, 2022 19:00 - 26 minutes - 18.1 MB

This episode continues the discussion regarding reproductive healthcare with a look at defining terminology to help ensure we are talking about the same concepts when using certain terms. In addition, we will look at statistics both globally and nationally. Finally, our subject matter expert and podcast guest provide clarifying information about EMTALA and contraceptive methods. --- This is episode 2  of the series: Women’s Reproductive Health Issues in the Face of Changing Legislation  F...

Women’s Reproductive Health Issues in the Face of Changing Legislation - Part 3: Women's Health and Misinformation

December 05, 2022 17:00 - 20 minutes - 14.1 MB

 This podcast concludes with a discussion of misinformation around women’s reproductive health. Information and misinformation around medications, herbs, and other substances are addressed with regard to concerns for safety and also the very real dangers of improper usage. General closing thoughts about the provision of care for women are discussed. --- This is episode 3  of the series: Women’s Reproductive Health Issues in the Face of Changing Legislation  For nearly 50 years, the Roe v. ...

Nurse Practitioner Regulations and Practice Issues: Pandemic to Future Considerations - Part 1: Understanding Changing Legislation

November 28, 2022 23:00 - 33 minutes - 22.8 MB

We take a brief look at the journey of a nurse from certified nurse assistant (CNA) to doctor of nursing practice (DNP)-prepared nurse practitioner. Dr. Alysia Pack has been involved in advocacy at Capitol Hill and collaboration with lobbyists, lawmakers, and interprofessional provider groups to promote the advancement of nursing practice and patient access to quality, affordable, and accessible healthcare. She discusses the evolution of the NP role and how it may have started, in addition t...

Nurse Practitioner Regulations and Practice Issues: Pandemic to Future Considerations - Part 2: NP Practice: Professional Issues

November 28, 2022 21:00 - 27 minutes - 18.7 MB

This episode continues the discussion about NP practice by tackling topics such as regulation of NP practice by state boards of nursing, advantages related to full practice authority, and the specialized education/practice journey for NPs, which is different from that of the traditional medical community. The APRN Consensus Model and APRN compact are also discussed. --- This is episode 2  of the series: Nurse Practitioner Regulations and Practice Issues: Pandemic to Future Considerations  ...

Nurse Practitioner Regulations and Practice Issues: Pandemic to Future Considerations - Part 3: NP Practice Authority and Scope of Practice

November 28, 2022 18:00 - 18 minutes - 12.9 MB

This episode concludes the podcast by discussing differences between practice authority, scope of practice, prescriptive authority, and autonomous practice licensure. We also discuss the way APRNs were granted greater practice authority within the Veterans Administration (VA) healthcare system! And we tackle the “title” debate over appropriate and inappropriate terms used for NPs before discussing how to support NPs being able to contribute to their fullest within the healthcare arena. --- ...

Making Sense of Dollars and Cents: Developing a Return on Investment - Part 1: ROI to Prove What You Need

November 21, 2022 19:00 - 28 minutes - 19.8 MB

Capital outlays come with a string attached: the validation of equipment purchases or other large expenses with a return on the investment, or ROI. To get what your department needs, be sure you know how to justify expenses with expected revenue. --- This is episode 1  of the series: Making Sense of Dollars and Cents: Developing a Return on Investment Before you take a seat at the healthcare leadership table, you’ll need to be prepared with knowledge and skills that aren’t typically taug...

Making Sense of Dollars and Cents: Developing a Return on Investment - Part 2: ROI to Prove What You Need

November 21, 2022 17:00 - 34 minutes - 23.5 MB

Capital outlays come with a string attached: the validation of equipment purchases or other large expenses with a return on the investment, or ROI. To get what your department needs, be sure you know how to justify expenses with expected revenue. --- This is episode 2  of the series: Making Sense of Dollars and Cents: Developing a Return on Investment Before you take a seat at the healthcare leadership table, you’ll need to be prepared with knowledge and skills that aren’t typically taught...

Why Choose Nursing as a Second Career - Part 1: Marketing and Neonatal Intensive Care

November 14, 2022 21:00 - 20 minutes - 14.3 MB

Lucy Laughlin will describe her journey from a possible long-term career in marketing to that of a neonatal intensive care nurse. She chose the path of a master’s degree as entry into nursing practice. --- This is episode 1  of the series: Why Choose Nursing as a Second Career  Nurses come to the profession from various backgrounds. The expertise a person brings to the nursing profession is not always recognized and celebrated. This course will highlight the value of additional vocational ...

Why Choose Nursing as a Second Career - Part 2: Farming and Nursing

November 14, 2022 19:00 - 23 minutes - 16 MB

 Kevin Lee was born into a farming family. His father was a farmer, and his mother was a nurse. He farmed for over 20 years before going back to school for his second bachelors degree in nursing. --- This is episode 2  of the series: Why Choose Nursing as a Second Career Nurses come to the profession from various backgrounds. The expertise a person brings to the nursing profession is not always recognized and celebrated. This course will highlight the value of additional vocational experi...

Why Choose Nursing as a Second Career - Part 3: Construction and Nursing Education

November 14, 2022 16:00 - 26 minutes - 18.6 MB

Jesse Kennedy was on a construction site from the time he was able to help clean up at the end of the day by using a broom. From these humble beginnings, he became a crew foreman and learned valuable leadership skills. He chose the nursing path of an associate degree followed by an RN to BSN program. He is currently enrolled in a PhD program. --- This is episode 3  of the series: Why Choose Nursing as a Second Career  Nurses come to the profession from various backgrounds. The expertise a...

Vitamin D in Children and Adults - Part 1: Vitamin D and Your Health from Birth until Death

November 07, 2022 18:00 - 32 minutes - 22.6 MB

This podcast episode discusses Dr. Holick’s professional journey that led him to identify the major circulating form and active form of vitamin D, the need for vitamin D from birth until death, effects of vitamin D on the immune system, and the overall “magic” of vitamin D! --- This is episode 1  of the series: Vitamin D in Children and Adults This podcast discusses a very important vitamin: Vitamin D! Vitamin D plays a role in maintaining strong bones, but it also has numerous other effe...

Vitamin D in Children and Adults - Part 2 – Vitamin D2, Vitamin D3, Sunshine, the Laboratory, Communication, and Me!:

November 07, 2022 16:00 - 24 minutes - 17.1 MB

This episode continues the discussion regarding vitamin D and health. We explore D2 and D3, specifics around sun exposure and vitamin D, measuring vitamin D status, and communication between healthcare professionals regarding vitamin D status. --- This is episode 2  of the series: Vitamin D in Children and Adults This podcast discusses a very important vitamin: Vitamin D! Vitamin D plays a role in maintaining strong bones, but it also has numerous other effects on the body related to over...

Vitamin D in Children and Adults - Part 2 – Vitamin D2, Vitamin D3, Sunshine, the Laboratory, Communication, and Me!:

November 07, 2022 16:00 - 24 minutes - 17.1 MB

This episode continues the discussion regarding vitamin D and health. We explore D2 and D3, specifics around sun exposure and vitamin D, measuring vitamin D status, and communication between healthcare professionals regarding vitamin D status. --- This is episode 2  of the series: Vitamin D in Children and Adults This podcast discusses a very important vitamin: Vitamin D! Vitamin D plays a role in maintaining strong bones, but it also has numerous other effects on the body related to over...

Facts and Myths About Suicide - Part 2: Suicide Risk Factors and Evaluation Questions

October 31, 2022 17:00 - 34 minutes - 24 MB

In this episode, we focus on risk factors of suicide and discuss strategies for effectively assessing the suicide risk of a patient.  --- This is episode 2 of the series: Facts and Myths About Suicide Suicide is often one of the most challenging subjects for healthcare providers to broach, yet it is an integral part of patient safety. The number of annual suicides in the United States translates to an average of one person every 11.1 minutes and one attempt every 26.6 seconds. It is the se...

Facts and Myths About Suicide - Part 2: Suicide Risk Factors and Evaluation Questions

October 31, 2022 17:00 - 34 minutes - 24 MB

In this episode, we focus on risk factors of suicide and discuss strategies for effectively assessing the suicide risk of a patient.  --- This is episode 2 of the series: Facts and Myths About Suicide Suicide is often one of the most challenging subjects for healthcare providers to broach, yet it is an integral part of patient safety. The number of annual suicides in the United States translates to an average of one person every 11.1 minutes and one attempt every 26.6 seconds. It is the se...

Facts and Myths About Suicide - Part 1: Common Misconceptions About Suicide

October 31, 2022 15:00 - 29 minutes - 20.6 MB

In this episode, we focus on common misconceptions and myths about suicide.  --- This is episode 1 of the series: Facts and Myths About Suicide  Suicide is often one of the most challenging subjects for healthcare providers to broach, yet it is an integral part of patient safety. The number of annual suicides in the United States translates to an average of one person every 11.1 minutes and one attempt every 26.6 seconds. It is the second leading cause of death for people ages 10 to 34 (Ame...

Facts and Myths About Suicide - Part 1: Common Misconceptions About Suicide

October 31, 2022 15:00 - 29 minutes - 20.6 MB

In this episode, we focus on common misconceptions and myths about suicide.  --- This is episode 1 of the series: Facts and Myths About Suicide  Suicide is often one of the most challenging subjects for healthcare providers to broach, yet it is an integral part of patient safety. The number of annual suicides in the United States translates to an average of one person every 11.1 minutes and one attempt every 26.6 seconds. It is the second leading cause of death for people ages 10 to 34 (Ame...

Moral Distress: How, Can, and Should We Respond to It? - Part 1: Understanding Moral Distress

October 24, 2022 17:00 - 26 minutes - 18.5 MB

In this episode, we discuss the definitions and concepts around the term, moral distress.  --- This is episode 1 of the series: Moral Distress: How, Can, and Should We Respond to It?  Healthcare professionals may experience moral distress when decisions are made to manage an ethical dilemma that cannot be implemented, produce a feeling of being required to act, or are inconsistent with ethical practices (Jones-Bonofiglio, 2020). Researchers have recognized that healthcare professionals oft...

Moral Distress: How, Can, and Should We Respond to It? - Part 2: Responding to Moral Distress

October 24, 2022 16:00 - 24 minutes - 16.7 MB

In this episode, we focus on how resilience is a key component in responding to moral distress within ourselves. Dr. Carno also discusses examples of times she has had to deal with situations that can cause moral distress.  --- This is episode 2 of the series: Moral Distress: How, Can, and Should We Respond to It?  Healthcare professionals may experience moral distress when decisions are made to manage an ethical dilemma that cannot be implemented, produce a feeling of being required to ac...

Intrusive Licensure Questions: Are We Violating Our Nurses' Rights to Privacy? - Part 1: Do I Have to Share My Mental Health or Psychiatric History for Licensure?

October 17, 2022 18:00 - 27 minutes - 18.8 MB

One of the purposes of this podcast episode is to analyze and better comprehend the issue of disclosure of nurses’ psychiatric history or current mental health information as connected to licensure or relicensure.  --- This is episode 1 of the series: Intrusive Licensure Questions: Are We Violating Our Nurses' Rights to Privacy?   This podcast series discusses something that has been brewing for years. Should nurses have to share personal information regarding their mental health and/or th...

Intrusive Licensure Questions: Are We Violating Our Nurses' Rights to Privacy? - Part 2: State Boards, Nursing Experiences, Stigma, and the Possibility for Change

October 17, 2022 17:00 - 28 minutes - 19.3 MB

This episode continues the discussion regarding the intersection between mental health and nursing licensure. We discuss the context of each state board being able to decide how it handles this situation, various healthcare worker experiences, the influence of stigma, and the opportunity for creating change.  -- This is episode 2 of the series: Intrusive Licensure Questions: Are We Violating Our Nurses' Rights to Privacy?   This podcast series discusses something that has been brewing for ...

Intrusive Licensure Questions: Are We Violating Our Nurses' Rights to Privacy? - Part 3: The Americans with Disabilities Act, Intrusive Licensure Questions, and Dr. Manthey's Story

October 17, 2022 16:00 - 32 minutes - 22.3 MB

The conversation continues with a description of how the Americans with Disabilities Act influences the legality of what may be asked and how it can be asked regarding personal mental health information. In addition, Dr. Manthey shares her personal experiences and story of overcoming challenge, recovery, and peer support for nurses. -- This is episode 3 of the series: Intrusive Licensure Questions: Are We Violating Our Nurses' Rights to Privacy?   This podcast series discusses something tha...

Intrusive Licensure Questions: Are We Violating Our Nurses' Rights to Privacy? - Part 4: Reasons and Reservations for Sharing Personal Health Information

October 17, 2022 15:00 - 26 minutes - 18.4 MB

We conclude this multi-episode conversation about mental health and nursing licensure in episode 4. We provide an in-depth look at reasons for and reservations about wanting to share personal mental health information. -- This is episode 4 of the series: Intrusive Licensure Questions: Are We Violating Our Nurses' Rights to Privacy?   This podcast series discusses something that has been brewing for years. Should nurses have to share personal information regarding their mental health and/or...

Intrusive Licensure Questions: Are We Violating Our Nurses' Rights to Privacy? - Part 4: Reasons and Reservations for Sharing Personal Health Information

October 17, 2022 15:00 - 26 minutes - 18.4 MB

We conclude this multi-episode conversation about mental health and nursing licensure in episode 4. We provide an in-depth look at reasons for and reservations about wanting to share personal mental health information. -- This is episode 4 of the series: Intrusive Licensure Questions: Are We Violating Our Nurses' Rights to Privacy?   This podcast series discusses something that has been brewing for years. Should nurses have to share personal information regarding their mental health and/or...

Out of Darkness: Symptoms and Treatments for Major Depressive Disorder - Part 1: It’s an Illness, Not Sadness

October 10, 2022 16:00 - 30 minutes - 20.7 MB

In this episode, we focus on symptoms within the diagnostic criteria of depression and observed symptoms that are seen in most people suffering with major depressive disorder but that are not necessarily a part of the diagnostic criteria. --- This is episode 1 of the series: Out of Darkness: Symptoms and Treatments for Major Depressive Disorder This podcast series aims to help healthcare professionals understand the diagnosis of major depressive disorder, common symptoms, and the most sev...

Out of Darkness: Symptoms and Treatments for Major Depressive Disorder - Part 2: Past, Present, and Future Treatments of Major Depressive Disorder

October 10, 2022 14:00 - 33 minutes - 23.4 MB

In this episode, we talk about-- the how to--for discussing suicidal ideation with patients and the present treatments for depression along with some very interesting possible future treatments. --- This is episode 2 of the series: Out of Darkness: Symptoms and Treatments for Major Depressive Disorder This podcast series aims to help healthcare professionals understand the diagnosis of major depressive disorder, common symptoms, and the most severe outcome of suicide to assess risk. Also ...

Post-Traumatic Stress in Healthcare Workers - Part 1: What Does Post-Traumatic Stress Look Like in Healthcare Workers?

October 03, 2022 17:00 - 36 minutes - 24.9 MB

 We all know that the healthcare system brings its own unique challenges for delivering quality, safe, and cost effective healthcare. However, what happens when deliverers of healthcare, the healthcare workers themselves, exhibit symptoms of stress, post-traumatic stress, or even post-traumatic stress disorder? What do these symptoms look like? How frequent or common is post-traumatic stress in our very own healthcare team members? --- This is episode 1 of the series: Post-Traumatic Stress...

Post-Traumatic Stress in Healthcare Workers - Part 2: Doing Something about Post-Traumatic Stress in Healthcare Workers

October 03, 2022 15:00 - 38 minutes - 26.5 MB

We are going to continue the conversation about the influence of the COVID-19 pandemic on healthcare workers’ experiences with stress. The discussion covers contributing factors and interventions for posttraumatic stress disorder as well as strategies for how the healthcare team can facilitate conversation about. --- This is episode 2 of the series: Post-Traumatic Stress in Healthcare Workers This podcast examines post-traumatic stress among healthcare workers as members of the healthcare ...

Violence in the Healthcare Workplace - Part 1: Identifying the Risk of Violence

September 26, 2022 16:00 - 33 minutes - 23 MB

In this episode we will be talking about violence in the healthcare workplace and identifying risk factors. Organizations recognizing that violence is a concern is the first step to be able to address the issue. --- This is episode 1 of the series:  Violence in the Healthcare Workplace In 2019, over 20,000 American workers suffered trauma from workplace violence. Of these, 70% were employed in the healthcare and social assistance industries. Then came the pandemic. Like gasoline on a fire,...

Violence in the Healthcare Workplace - Part 2: Strategies to Manage Violence

September 26, 2022 15:00 - 16 minutes - 11.6 MB

 Violence seems to be impacting all areas of society. Managing acts of violence in an evidence-based way is a way to impact health care worker safety. --- This is episode 2 of the series: Violence in the Healthcare Workplace In 2019, over 20,000 American workers suffered trauma from workplace violence. Of these, 70% were employed in the healthcare and social assistance industries. Then came the pandemic. Like gasoline on a fire, COVID-19 sent stress levels skyrocketing among patients and...

Violence in the Healthcare Workplace - Part 3: Actions to Mitigate the Impact of Violence

September 26, 2022 13:00 - 39 minutes - 27 MB

Individuals working in healthcare have life events or home life events that stress them. Educating them about how to handle these situations and identify their own triggers is important. Their triggers could escalate violence instead of acting as a calming influence. In this episode, this subject and others will be discussed as ways to mitigate the impact of violence --- This is episode 3  of the series:  Violence in the Healthcare Workplace In 2019, over 20,000 American workers suffered ...

Making Sense of Dollars and Cents: Employee Engagement and the Bottom Line

September 19, 2022 18:00 - 47 minutes - 32.6 MB

What’s the link between employee engagement and labor expense? Turnover and associated labor costs. Learn leadership strategies to raise engagement among nurses, strengthen retention, and improve your department’s financial performance.  --- Series: Making Sense of Dollars and Cents: Employee Engagement and the Bottom Line Before you take a seat at the healthcare leadership table, you’ll need to be prepared with knowledge and skills that aren’t typically taught in nursing school. In this s...

Distinguished Careers in Nursing - Part 1: C. Alicia Georges

September 12, 2022 17:00 - 27 minutes - 19.1 MB

Oral history interviews can be a way to affirm the importance of the work done by individuals to better the profession of nursing. It is by knowing our history that nurses can apply lessons learned to their own practice to continue the betterment of the nursing profession. --- This is episode 1 of the series:  Distinguished Careers in Nursing Oral history interviews can be a way to affirm the importance of the work done by individuals to better the profession of nursing. It is by knowing o...

Distinguished Careers in Nursing - Part 2: Jean Watson

September 12, 2022 15:00 - 33 minutes - 22.8 MB

Oral history interviews can be a way to affirm the importance of the work done by individuals to better the profession of nursing. It is by knowing our history that nurses can apply lessons learned to their own practice to continue the betterment of the nursing profession. --- This is episode 2 of the series:  Distinguished Careers in Nursing Oral history interviews can be a way to affirm the importance of the work done by individuals to better the profession of nursing. It is by knowing ou...

Part 1: Negligence in Healthcare- What does it actually mean?

September 05, 2022 17:00 - 27 minutes - 19.3 MB

This episode defines negligence, the difference between criminal and civil lawsuits, and the importance of acknowledging mistakes. --- This is episode 1 of the series: Where Healthcare and Legal Meet This podcast series aims to help healthcare professionals understand the impact of criminal lawsuits against healthcare professionals who have made errors. The series will focus on the intersection of healthcare and the law. In doing so, we will review the legal definition of negligence, the im...

Where Healthcare and Legal Meet - Part 1: Negligence in Healthcare- What does it actually mean?

September 05, 2022 17:00 - 27 minutes - 19.3 MB

This episode defines negligence, the difference between criminal and civil lawsuits, and the importance of acknowledging mistakes. --- This is episode 1 of the series: Where Healthcare and Legal Meet This podcast series aims to help healthcare professionals understand the impact of criminal lawsuits against healthcare professionals who have made errors. The series will focus on the intersection of healthcare and the law. In doing so, we will review the legal definition of negligence, the im...

Part 2: Is Just Culture Realistic- System Failures, Improvements, and Corrective Actions

September 05, 2022 15:00 - 27 minutes - 18.6 MB

This episode takes a closer look at culture and how a toxic work environment affects the quality of healthcare provided within an organization. --- This is episode 2 of the series: Where Healthcare and Legal Meet This podcast series aims to help healthcare professionals understand the impact of criminal lawsuits against healthcare professionals who have made errors. The series will focus on the intersection of healthcare and the law. In doing so, we will review the legal definition of negl...

Where Healthcare and Legal Meet - Part 2: Is Just Culture Realistic- System Failures, Improvements, and Corrective Actions

September 05, 2022 15:00 - 27 minutes - 18.6 MB

This episode takes a closer look at culture and how a toxic work environment affects the quality of healthcare provided within an organization. --- This is episode 2 of the series: Where Healthcare and Legal Meet This podcast series aims to help healthcare professionals understand the impact of criminal lawsuits against healthcare professionals who have made errors. The series will focus on the intersection of healthcare and the law. In doing so, we will review the legal definition of negl...

Part 3: Medical Error Reporting Going Forward

September 05, 2022 13:00 - 30 minutes - 20.9 MB

This episode discusses medical error reporting from the perspective of responsibility and accountability. --- This is episode 3 of the series: Where Healthcare and Legal Meet This podcast series aims to help healthcare professionals understand the impact of criminal lawsuits against healthcare professionals who have made errors. The series will focus on the intersection of healthcare and the law. In doing so, we will review the legal definition of negligence, the impact of culture on hospi...

Where Healthcare and Legal Meet - Part 3: Medical Error Reporting Going Forward

September 05, 2022 13:00 - 30 minutes - 20.9 MB

This episode discusses medical error reporting from the perspective of responsibility and accountability. --- This is episode 3 of the series: Where Healthcare and Legal Meet This podcast series aims to help healthcare professionals understand the impact of criminal lawsuits against healthcare professionals who have made errors. The series will focus on the intersection of healthcare and the law. In doing so, we will review the legal definition of negligence, the impact of culture on hospi...

Episode 1: Years in the Making

August 22, 2022 17:00 - 22 minutes - 15.3 MB

On February 17, 2022, a facility manufacturing powdered infant formula in Michigan issued a recall of formula suspected to be infected with the Cronobacter sakazakii bacteria. As one of only three major formula producers in the United States, this facility shutdown, compounded by the worldwide supply-chain crisis, contributed to a severe shortage of infant formula in the U.S. Like its causes, the consequences of this shortage are complex and far-reaching. Join host Jannah Amiel, MS, BSN, RN ...

Part 1: Years in the Making

August 22, 2022 17:00 - 22 minutes - 15.3 MB

On February 17, 2022, a facility manufacturing powdered infant formula in Michigan issued a recall of formula suspected to be infected with the Cronobacter sakazakii bacteria. As one of only three major formula producers in the United States, this facility shutdown, compounded by the worldwide supply-chain crisis, contributed to a severe shortage of infant formula in the U.S. Like its causes, the consequences of this shortage are complex and far-reaching. Join host Jannah Amiel, MS, BSN, RN ...

Impact of the Infant Formula Recall - Part 1: Years in the Making

August 22, 2022 17:00 - 22 minutes - 15.3 MB

On February 17, 2022, a facility manufacturing powdered infant formula in Michigan issued a recall of formula suspected to be infected with the Cronobacter sakazakii bacteria. As one of only three major formula producers in the United States, this facility shutdown, compounded by the worldwide supply-chain crisis, contributed to a severe shortage of infant formula in the U.S. Like its causes, the consequences of this shortage are complex and far-reaching. Join host Jannah Amiel, MS, BSN, RN ...

Impact of the Infant Formula Recall - Part 1: Years in the Making

August 22, 2022 17:00 - 22 minutes - 15.3 MB

On February 17, 2022, a facility manufacturing powdered infant formula in Michigan issued a recall of formula suspected to be infected with the Cronobacter sakazakii bacteria. As one of only three major formula producers in the United States, this facility shutdown, compounded by the worldwide supply-chain crisis, contributed to a severe shortage of infant formula in the U.S. Like its causes, the consequences of this shortage are complex and far-reaching. Join host Jannah Amiel, MS, BSN, RN ...

Episode 2: Benefits and Hazards

August 22, 2022 15:00 - 23 minutes - 15.9 MB

On February 17, 2022, a facility manufacturing powdered infant formula in Michigan issued a recall of formula suspected to be infected with the Cronobacter sakazakii bacteria. As one of only three major formula producers in the United States, this facility shutdown, compounded by the worldwide supply-chain crisis, contributed to a severe shortage of infant formula in the U.S. Like its causes, the consequences of this shortage are complex and far-reaching. Join host Jannah Amiel, MS, BSN, RN ...