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.
Career advice -- and commentary on current healthcare news and trends for savvy 21st-century nurses and healthcare providers -- from holistic nurse career coach Keith Carlson, RN, BSN, NC-BC. Since 2005.
Friday, August 31, 2012
RN.FM Radio Continues to Grow!
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
The Consequences of Nurse Burnout
So, my friends, the votes are in and the verdict is clear. Nurse burnout has real consequences and a ripple effect that is far-reaching and pervasive. Now that we clearly know that the impact is real, just what will we do about it?
Posted by Keith "Nurse Keith" Carlson, RN, BSN, NC-BC at 8/14/2012 08:44:00 PM 3 comments:
Labels: burnout, burnout prevention, burnout recovery, healthcare delivery, healthcare economics, healthcare policy, infection control, nurse wellness, nurses, nurses health, nursing
Tuesday, August 07, 2012
Work-Life Balance and You
I'm honored to be this week's featured guest blogger on the Georgetown University School of Nursing blog, and I'd like to take this opportunity to share the link to the post as well as some excerpts from the post itself. The subject is work-life balance for nurses, and many of you may relate to this common challenge faced by nurses and healthcare professionals.
Monday, August 06, 2012
Book Review: "Minding the Bedside"
Jerome Stone, a Registered Nurse, researcher, author and practitioner of meditation, has shared his vision of the intersection of nursing, meditation and mindfulness in his excellent book, "Minding the Bedside: Nursing From the Heart of the Awakened Mind". The following is a review posted in advance of his appearance on RN.FM Radio.
Wednesday, August 01, 2012
Of Doctors, Humility and Humanity
Just recently, someone I know entered medical school with great hopes, expectations and vision for a future in medicine, and what I'm hearing about his initial experiences brings me great joy and hope.
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