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30 minutes | Jul 1, 2018
Another Overdose Story: Part 3 of My Interview with Jane S2E3
This podcast is a follow up to episodes 11 & 12 from Season One. I interviewed my friend Jane - she uses a wide variety of drugs, and was willing to share her perspective on drug culture from a teen perspective. As a new podcaster, I accidentally deleted one of her most powerful stories from episode 11, so Jane was gracious enough to retell it, and she added more. She a story we have heard way too many times before - a friend who OD's on heroin, and her role in trying to save him. This podcast is brought to you by www.SafetyFirstNursing.com - I am could really use your support - any funds donated will help send a young Haitian woman to nursing school. Learn more about it: https://www.youcaring.com/rosekatianalucien-1181936
23 minutes | Jun 4, 2018
Improving Learning Outcomes With Podcasting S2E2
This podcast is so meta! I recorded Dr. Joanne McDermott presenting at the Nursing Education and Research Conference in April of 2018. Her talk was about using podcasting in the classroom. She has some great ideas for engaging students. You can use podcasting in a traditional classroom, or even as a nurse educator in a clinical setting to provide multiple ways for nurses to get their education. Link to blog about the NERC: http://allnurses.com/general-nursing-discussion/nursing-conferences-posters-1159366.html Link to Dr. McDermott's presentation on the Virginia Henderson Repository: http://www.nursinglibrary.org/vhl/handle/10755/624100 Want to know more about Safety Nurse? go to www.SafetyFirstNursing.com
33 minutes | Apr 21, 2018
The Wrong Dose - A True Story of Medication Error S2E1
Safety Rules sat down with Margo, a fantastic oncology nurse, who told me about the night she gave a patient too much insulin, and he coded. He lived, and Margo is still at the same job. The hospital where she worked supported her and included her in a Root Cause Analysis of the event. Margo is now a well respected nurse leader at her place of work. This story could have ended up so differently! In the interview, she opened up about how the error went down, and we talked about the slowly changing culture of healthcare from blame and shame, to transparency and truth.
50 minutes | Nov 9, 2017
Healing from Trauma with Star Wars: EMDR in Action Ep 16
An interview with therapist Kelly Wedell featuring Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing for childhood trauma.
42 minutes | Oct 29, 2017
Healing from Trauma: Tapping/EFT with Rachel Durchslag Ep15
An interview about Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) also known as tapping, with Rachel Durchslag. Rachel is one of the few practitioners in Asheville certified in EFT. Rachel talks about her business, Emerge Asheville, a healing practice dedicated to making energy healing work accessible to all. We discuss how EFT works, how to do it and Rachel even leads me through a mini session. She also shares how she came to be in Asheville, and talks about some of her passions which include supporting practitioners with healing, Mama Maisha (dedicated to reducing mother/infant mortality in Tanzania) and backpacking in the mountains. I like this woman.
27 minutes | Oct 10, 2017
Confessions of A Bully: Incivility Safety Lessons Ep14
What if I’m the bully? Bullying’s in the news a lot these days, but for every person bullied, there has to be a bully…and what if I am that person? I’m going to tell you a story of incivility and bring up some ideas and questions about how we deal with the bully if she is me, and why solving this issue is important for patient safety.
35 minutes | Oct 2, 2017
Bed Bug Safety Rules Ep13
Welcome to Safety RULES! A podcast brought to you by safetyfirstnursing. This is Lucky #13, and it’s about bugs among other things, but SO MUCH MORE – trauma informed care (or as I like to call it, how to get out of your head and back in your body), MotherRead, the North Carolina Nurses Association Conference, Running with spiders, and looking for work after being fired. Mostly it's about bed bugs - how to get rid of them and keep them from coming back.
32 minutes | Oct 1, 2017
Vigorous Hula Hooping: More Teen Stories of Drug Use in Dixie Ep12
This is a follow-up to episode #11. I interviewed my 18 year old friend about Dixie drug culture and how she has navigated all the dangers safely (?). In this episode, Jane talks about the high risk of sexual assault, how boys are different than girls, safety strategies, and a really funny story about vigorous hula hooping on an acid trip gone wrong in the woods at midnight (don't bad things always happen at midnight?)
34 minutes | Sep 20, 2017
Stayin' Alive: A Teenager's Tools for Surviving in Dixie's Drug Culture Ep11
This two part podcast explores southern drug culture from the perspective of an 18 year old who has been using since she was in middle school. She shares tools for surviving the "weirdness", and stories that make you want to stand up, take off your headphones, march out into the streets and try to make a difference. Resources for how to help teens who are using illegal drugs.
33 minutes | Sep 19, 2017
Three things you need to do to keep your nursing license safe Ep10
This interview with Lorie Brown covers the three things you need to know to protect your nursing license. She talks about how she became a nurse and a lawyer, tells some good stories, and gives many tips for safe nursing practice. This is a must listen podcast for any nurse.
9 minutes | Sep 10, 2017
Rose is learning English ~ Update on Safety First Nursing in Haiti Ep9
A quick update on how Rose (the Haitian student safety first nursing is sponsoring in partnership with Consider Haiti) is doing with english lessons, and ongoing difficulties with safe transportation in Haiti. A mention of Haitian Pumpkin Soup as well.
23 minutes | Sep 9, 2017
Root Cause Analysis Ep8 Part 2
A Patient death from the wrong medication is analyzed using Root Cause Analysis. Learn from mistakes and prevent future harm using this valuable tool
59 minutes | Sep 8, 2017
Root Cause Analysis Ep8 Part 1
Mistake proof your practice! This podcast uses case study and example to present how to do a Root Cause Analysis. RCA is used by healthcare, aviation and the nuclear power industry to root out the system level causes of error to prevent them from happening again. Presented by a patient safety expert, this podcast will teach you all you need to know to understand RCA and how it can work for you or your organization to prevent harm from error. 1 CEU available for participation
38 minutes | Sep 7, 2017
Intended Consequences Ep7
Gives history and background on type I diabetes, an interview with a 60 year veteran of the disease, and information on motivational interviewing, a tool that is useful for supporting people with life long/chronic illnesses like type I diabetes.
39 minutes | Sep 1, 2017
Have You Been Fired (Or Know Someone Who Has)? Ep6
Resources for how to recover from getting fired. Must have information for any nurse who has been terminated, including online emotional support, how to find another job, how to handle getting fired, legal support and more
45 minutes | Aug 28, 2017
You're Fired! Ep5
More origin story for SafetyFirstNursing. The story of how I got fired, and how it inspired me to start my own company. Presents case studies of how being involved in error and termination effects nurses, and what few resources were available to me when I got fired.
9 minutes | Aug 21, 2017
Following the Checklist Manifesto Ep4
Discusses the latest research on safe medication administration, including how use of checklists results in safer care and less harm to patients. Strategies for error prevention.
34 minutes | Aug 14, 2017
Patient Safety Continuing Education Ep3
Nurses can get 1 CEU for listening. Gives a review of current online continuing education courses with patient safety focus. Presents an original rubric for scoring online educational offerings, and discusses resources for how to create and offer continuing nursing education.
43 minutes | Aug 4, 2017
Safe Medication Administration Ep2 Part 2
A checklist for safer medication administration. This podcast outlines strategies at every level from institutional to staff member to patient for how to reduce the risk of harm from error. Brought to you by the patient safety specialist and drawing on information from the top institutions and organizations that support patient safety.
52 minutes | Aug 2, 2017
Safe Medication Administration Ep2 Part 1
Though healthcare is far from safe, with medical error killing an estimated 400,000 people each year, you can institute safe practice strategies. This podcast teaches you the history of medication administration, why and how medication errors occur and the role of the nurse, brought to you by the patient safety specialist and drawing on research from the top safety organizations and institutions from around the globe.
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