Nursing


New! Female Sexual Function 7 min.

When it comes to medical research and innovation, men's health has long gotten more attention than women's health. Even with improvements over the last 30 years, women's sexual health remains vastly underrepresented. In this NewsHour segment Dr. Rachel Rubin, urologist and sexual health expert, and Rachel Gross, science journalist and author of "Vagina Obscura," join Ali Rogin to discuss the need...

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New! A Glimpse Inside the Emergency Department 55 min.

So what is it really like in the ED and why do emergency nurses often feel like they are at odds with the rest of the hospital? Kevin McFarlane from The Art of Emergency Nursing paints a picture of the ED while addressing important topics like frequent flyers, hand-off reports, and admit holds.

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New! Acute Agitation Management for Nurses 58 min.

Hostility, uncooperativeness, and impulsivity. Acute agitation can be one of the most stressful aspects of a nurses job. With forty years of nursing experience, Dee Henderson, RN, MSN, joins nurse Anne Fulton to discuss how both pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic interventions can be used to de-escalate the crisis cycle. They also discuss metabolic and psychiatric causes of agitation.

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New! Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) Pathophysiology and Evidence-Based Practice 53 min.

Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) has a stubbornly high mortality rate with current estimates at about 40%. In this podcast with nurse Anne Fulton, critical care veteran Kathleen Vollman, MSN, RN, CCNS lays the foundation of ARDS starting with pathophysiology followed by the “8 Ps” of evidence-based supportive care and a summary of long-term prognosis.

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New! Early Detection of Clinical Deterioration 45 min.

Signs of clinical deterioration often start appearing hours before an adverse event or arrest. As nurses, we are in the unique position to be able to identify and act on early warning signs. In this podcast with nurse Anne Fulton, Nurse Alice, from the Ask Nurse Alice podcast, talks about early signs and symptoms of clinical deterioration and how the Modified Early Warning Score (MEWS) can be imp...

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New! Marijuana 101 for Nurses 53 min.

Healthcare has a complex and convoluted relationship with marijuana. Marijuana is a “schedule 1” substance, meaning it has a high potential for abuse and no accepted medical use, yet a synthetic version of it is FDA approved as an appetite stimulant. In this podcast with nurse Anne Fulton, Dr. Thomas, hospitalist, discusses the relevant historical and political context of the drug, as well as its...

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New! The Opioid Crisis 55 min.

Oxycontin, drug-seeking behavior, co-addiction. Who better to talk us through the current opioid crisis with two former law enforcement officers and emergency nurses turned nurse practitioners? Join us for this memorable discussion with Ben and Tom from Just Some Podcast for Advanced Practitioners.

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New! Pre- and Post-Kidney Transplant Patient Care 48 min.

Kidney transplant is, by far, the most common type of transplant procedure performed and therefore the most commonly seen in clinical practice. In this podcast with nurse Anne Fulton, Dr. Norman Silas, MD, transplant nephrologist, discusses pertinent topics for clinical nurses such as the pre-transplant work-up, post-transplant medications, and potential pitfalls when caring for transplant recipie...

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New! Stop Starving Your Patients! How Nurses Can Promote Nutrition 60 min.

A patient’s nutrition status is often an afterthought for nurses. In this podcast with nurse Anne Fulton, clinical nurse specialist, Janice Powers, PhD, RN explains how nutrition improves patient outcomes and reviews evidence-based enteral feeding practices in hopes that nurses will play a more central role in facilitating adequate nutrition for our patients. They discuss the importance of eearly...

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New! Stroke Diagnostics, Intervention, and Complications 46 min.

Time is brain. Rapid response nurse, Sarah Lorenzini MSN, RN, is frequently working against the clock to get patients with stroke symptoms to CT and ultimately receiving definitive care. In this podcast with nurse Anne Fulton, Lorenzini discusses what nurses can do to help facilitate fast interventions, including tPA, thrombectomy, ventriculostomies, stroke center designation, and post-CVA complic...

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