Friday, August 31, 2012

RN.FM Radio Continues to Grow!

For those of you who have been following the evolution of RN.FM Radio--our Internet radio station focused on nursing, nurses and nurse entrepreneurs--we continue to grow and expand the scope of the show concurrent with our growth as hosts and producers.

RN.FM Radio was launched in January of 2012, and we recently had the pleasure of broadcasting our 30th episode! And while we have indeed focused on nurses and nurse entrepreneurship, we're currently broadening our vision and including broader topics within that vision of who and what we are.

Recently, we had the pleasure of speaking with Sue Bock, a nurse coach who herself is a breast cancer survivor, and coaches women who are living with breast cancer. This was a very inspiring conversation and we highly recommend giving it a listen.

We also recently hosted Jerome Stone, a nurse and author who specializes in mindfulness, bringing that important and often misunderstood paradigm to nursing and healthcare.

In the coming months, we'll be hosting periodic roundtable discussions with multiple guests who will bring us their unique perspectives on various subjects, including advanced practice nursing, nursing education, and technology as it relates to healthcare and nursing.

Having recently published invitations on social media for potential guests to apply to appear on the show, the floodgates have literally opened, and an amazing array of nurses, nurse entrepreneurs, writers, coaches and clinicians has come out of the virtual woodwork, and we're currently booking guests into 2013!

If you haven't yet tuned into RN.FM Radio, please visit our Blog Talk Radio website to listen to archived episodes, listen live on Monday evenings at 9pm Eastern, or find all of our episodes on iTunes as free downloadable podcasts.

Bringing Internet radio dedicated to nurses and the nursing profession is our joy, and the show will only continue to grow and expand as we gain experience and the word about RN.FM Radio reaches more and more nurses. We love our listeners and our guests, and we invite you to listen in, call in, write to us, and enjoy the fruits of our amazing, inspiring and innovative guests.

We want to be the internet radio voice of nursing, and we invite you along for the ride. You can find us on Blog Talk Radio, Twitter, Facebook, and on our blog.

See you on the radio!

No comments: