The Bossy Nurse Shares 2 Confessions [Podcast 10]

Bus in Moscow… Hoping it’s the right one to the airport! I have a confession to make! Actually, when you listen to this episode, I’ll have made 2 confessions by the end of the podcast. And, one of them was totally unintentional. It’s prompting me to call my boss ASAP! Nothing to worry about, however. I’m lucky to have such a great employer. But anyway, this short and sweet episode talks about one thing that I’m sure all nurses can relate to. And, I would love to share it with you! Listen to the Podcast: Download This Episode to Listen | Subscribe to The RN Podcast in iTunes | Listen on Stitcher Join the 3-Day Challenge! Learn the basic elements of Nursing Lifestyle Design. Start Your Journey. Eliminate the Stress. Reclaim Your Life… In Just 3 Days! I Want In!...

The Business of Being Nursey with Kati Kleber [Episode 9]

Have you ever done that nurse eye roll thing? Kati Kleber describes it perfectly over a her blog and her journey to help guide new nurses into competent practitioners. Listen to the Podcast: Download This Episode to Listen | Subscribe to The RN Podcast in iTunes | Listen on Stitcher All About Kati: Kati is a critical care nurse in Charlotte, NC. She is also the author of the popular nursing blog at NurseEyeRoll.com, where in here own words, she dishes humor, honesty and nursey shenanigans. In late 2014, she self published her first book, Becoming Nursey – From Code Blues to Code Browns: How to Care for Your Patients and Yourself. And, it is listed as an Amazon bestseller. Kati is also a Scrub Magazine Nurseonality, where she is the nurse advisor and editorial director of the #ProtectNurses Initiative. What you’ll hear about in this podcast episode: Kati’s favorite patient population… it may surprise you! Why Kati started her blog and how she used that platform to write her book How Kati parlayed her “business card” into other nursey opportunities Download This Episode to Listen | Subscribe to The RN Podcast in iTunes | Listen on Stitcher Nursey Shenanigans with Kati Kleber of @NurseEyeRoll on #TheRNPodcast – #Nurses #TheBossyNurse Click To Tweet Show Notes & Resources We’ve made “NEW & NOTEWORTHY” on iTunes. Please help us stay there in the remaining 4 weeks: SUBSCRIBE, RATE, and REVIEW the show by clicking here. Sign up to get The RN Podcast and updates delivered to your inbox. Kati blogs about her experience with nursing and has a goal to help other nurses at her blog, Nurse Eye...

How a Nurse Can Vacation on a Greek Island for Less than $30/Day

And that’s including accommodations! Just recently, I’ve gotten a few comments in email and on my social media pages about my current travels. If you’ve missed any of my latest posts on Instagram or Facebook, I’m currently on the island of Santorini in Greece right now… staying in a charming, cozy Airbnb apartment with a wonderful host who was thrilled about showing me all of the best things do and explore on the island. So, my travels have prompted a few responses from my friends back home. “I.Want.To.Be.There.Right.Now!!!” “I promise I want to be like you when I grow up.” “Now that looks like a trip.” And even my 4-year-old niece after I told her before I left that I was going somewhere sunny on an island… just recently stated to her mom, “Auntie Marsha went to the light.” Rather ominous, but cute, right? But, I have a confession to make… I’m definitely not spending lots of money right now to enjoy all the things that life on the island has to offer. I’m simply living like I would in the States, except for much cheaper. And how is that possible? Lots of people believe that travel is pretty expensive and is only a treat that they can indulge in for one magical time of the year, summer. And for nurses, this is where PTO hours are used en masse. Usually, when we’re planning out vacation time, it’s done several months in advance because of staffing needs at work, right? And oftentimes, as a nurse, we’ll make our plans hastily and without any thought because we must turn in...

Your Next Shift by Nurse Elizabeth Scala

In her latest book, Your Next Shift: How to Kick Your Nursing Career into High Gear, Elizabeth Scala takes her entrepreneurial experience and skills to bring nurses strategies and insight on creating fulfillment in their nursing careers. Through reflection and affirmation and a focus on universal laws, nurses learn to use to use their talents and unique gifts to find passion in their work again, along with a greater appreciation of the work they do. Get the book here, and take a look at the other resources and book trailer for Your Next Shift below. How will you treat your next shift? Ask @ElizabethScala for help! Click To Tweet RESOURCES: Get Elizabeth’s latest book, Your Next Shift: How to Kick Your Nursing Career Into High Gear Visit Elizabeth Scala’s Website for the Your Next Shift Virtual Tour Join Elizabeth this October for the Your Next Shift Workshop Listen to the inaugural episode of The RN Podcast with Elizabeth Scala Connect with Elizabeth on LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+, YouTube & Pinterest SEE THE TRAILER...

Dr. Rachel, NP, Speaks on Her Journey to the Accessible Healthcare Institute [Podcast 8]

Did you become a Registered Nurse at 18? Well, that’s part of Dr. Rachel’s story. She humorously shares her start in nursing at the tender age of 18, her work as a nurse practitioner, and her graduate capstone project that’s evolved into the Accessible Healthcare Institute, LLC. Listen to the Podcast: Download This Episode to Listen | Subscribe to The RN Podcast in iTunes | Listen on Stitcher Dr. Rachel’s Bio: Dr. Rachel is a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Advanced Practice Nurse (APN) with board certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner.  She has over 20 years of nursing experience and is diversely experienced with a comprehensive background in the areas of medical-surgical, physiatry, psychiatry, obstetrics, women’s health, developmental disabilities, retail health, and as a primary health care provider across the lifespan. As a Registered Nurse (RN) she has earned certifications in Inpatient Obstetrics, Electronic Fetal Monitoring, and as a Childbirth Educator. Dr. Rachel is dually certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) with both the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and the American Nurses Credentialing Center. In addition, she has been inducted as a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nurses. She has worked in hospital settings and private practices as a RN and FNP along the East Coast in South Carolina, New Jersey and New York, as well being an adjunct professor of nursing at Felician College in New Jersey. Her clinical interests include family healthcare with a focus on health promotion and disease prevention. During her spare time she enjoys reading, traveling, learning about diverse cultures, geocaching for hidden treasures, and spending time with her friends and family. She believes...

3 Reasons to Travel to Europe This Summer [Podcast 7]

Need 3 reasons to travel to Europe this summer? Nurse Marsha Battee and Host of The RN Podcast gives you a few reasons why you should be thinking about this wonderful option for your summer holiday season! Listen to the Podcast: Download This Episode to Listen | Subscribe to The RN Podcast in iTunes | Listen on Stitcher What you’ll hear about in this podcast episode: The RN Podcast and iTunes… our exciting new designation An announcement of the National Nurses Week giveaway winners 3 reasons why you should travel to Europe this summer Download This Episode to Listen | Subscribe to The RN Podcast in iTunes | Listen on Stitcher #TheRNPodcast focuses on 3 reasons to travel to Europe this summer in Episode 7 Click To Tweet Show Notes & Resources We’ve made “NEW & NOTEWORTHY” on iTunes. Please help us stay there in the remaining 4 weeks by SUBSCRIBING, RATING, and REVIEWING the show by clicking here. Sign up to get The RN Podcast and updates delivered to your inbox Thanks to the sponsors of the National Nurses Week giveaways: Nabee Socks, DX Apparel, Nicole Brown and The Adventures of Nurse Nicole series of books Know of a nurse who deserves a special gift? Send an email to Marsha@TheBossyNurse.com, and in 500 words or less, let us know why they should receive the DX Apparel Pack, an athletic grade uniform due out this Fall! Deadline is midnight PST on Tuesday, June 2, 2015. The winner will be announced in an upcoming podcast. Travel by train in Europe this summer Marsha’s 3 favorite websites for cheaper airline tickets include Skyscanner, Vayama, and Momondo Read the full...
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