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Nursing Notes Live: Audio Companion to the Award Winning Nursing Notes Email Newsletter

By Jamie Davis, the Podmedic, RN, NREMT-P, B.A., A.A.S

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Nursing Notes Live, a twice-monthly podcast series brought to you by the Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursing’s Future, delivers exclusive interviews and news segments that provide further insight on topics featured in the award-winning monthly e-newsletter Nursing Notes. The e-newsletter offers the latest industry news, trends and updates in nursing. Each month, there will be two all-new episodes of Nursing Notes Live, which will expand on the content in Nursing Notes. The series is hosted by fellow nurse and podcast producer, Jamie Davis. Check out to subscribe to all episodes of this podcast and to subscribe to Nursing Notes.

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Should have finished the entire pod cast before rating. A little generalized and repeating the same idea . To much focus on getting a degree and jumping into management early . A lot of unhappy units are a result of a nurse with some, but not allot of bedside experience. Lately nurses seem to get jobs bases on what initials are after there name. It is Sad that hospitals are competing with a magnet status concerning the above. I am concerned that nurses are to much involved with projects that are not related to bedside or patient care. This may make management happy, not to mention look good for inspections . To often I am seeing pt,s neglected , call lights going off and poor pain control , while the nurses are sitting across from the pt writing up a policy ect. I hope, as the speaker had mention, that we need to get back to the bases. Why did we decided to pick nursing. Right now hospitals are getting cocky, related to more nurses with degrees are looking for work due to the economy and that the main provider lost there job. Are we really changing nursing for the right reasons. I believe that is a question we can only ask the patient.

Nursing Notes Live: Audio Companion to the Award Winning Nursing Notes Email Newsletter
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  • Category: Medicine
  • Language: English

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