Wednesday, December 21, 2011

RN.FM Radio is Coming!

On January 9th, 2012, several esteemed nurse entrepreneurs and I will officially launch RN.FM Radio: Nursing Unleashed, a new internet radio station on Blog Talk Radio!
Our mission is to shake up the nursing profession and blow the roof off of the idea of a nurse as just a humble bedside servant. We're here to prove that you can be a nurse, be ultra-savvy and innovative, make a huge difference in patients' and other healthcare providers' lives, and improve your own life and experience of the profession of nursing, all at the same time.

We want to support bedside nurses in re-engaging their creativity and innovation to generate solutions to today's complex healthcare challenges, thereby improving patient and healthcare provider experience, while also elevating their own status, well-being and income as business owners and entrepreneurs.

RN.FM Radio will be hosted by Kevin Ross of Innovative Nurse, Anna Morrison of I Coach Nurses, and yours truly. I am so lucky to be collaborating with these two nurse entrepreneur and blogger powerhouses! 

Our inaugural broadcast will air at 9pm EST on Monday, January 12th, 2012 and every Monday thereafter. We plan to feature engaging and lively interviews with prominent nurse entrepreneurs, bloggers, writers, researchers, activists and thought leaders from the nursing world.

You can find us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, or join us on Monday evenings (or listen to our podcasts and archived shows) beginning January 9th as we forge a new vision of the future of nursing! See you there!


Kevin said...

Keith, this is going to be an incredible 2012 for all of us. It's a true pleasure to be working with you and Anna on this project.

Here's to you, here's to us.

Let's hit the airwaves!

Puneet Thakkar said...

Hi Keith, following on above Twitter handle mentioned for all updates and details shared ;) will be listening broadcast on FM Radio for sure

Rhett Gustafson said...

Excited About your launch, and whatever we can do to help.

RN quality of life is SO important for healthy facilities And patients. I must say, our best days (like yesterday) are ones when we hear from our wound care RN users telling us how their lives have been transformed by just a single simple tool. Yesterday's was: "My family is so happy! Now I get home each night at 4:30 rather than 7:00!"

Keith "Nurse Keith" Carlson, RN, BSN, NC-BC said...

Thanks for the support, and it's great to hear positive reports from the front lines! Cheers!

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Very interesting thanks. I believe there's even more that could be on there! keep it up