Created with Sketch.
The Chamberlain Care Podcast
40 minutes | Feb 25, 2021
Vaccine Hesitancy and the History of the Medical Mistreatment in Communities of Color
This week on The Chamberlain Care Podcast we are joined by Dr. Gil Singletary for an important conversation about vaccine hesitancy in communities of color. Covering some of the many historical instances of medical mistreatment in these minority communities, Dr. Singletary helps us shed light on why, Black men specifically, are skeptical about the COVID-19 vaccines that are now becoming available.For educational information on some of the topics discussed in this podcast, please visit: chamberlain.edu/blog/vaccine-hesitancyThe Chamberlain Care Podcast will be back in two weeks with an interview with Nicole Ricchini, Nicole is the first student to graduate with the master of social work graduate degree from Chamberlain University's College of Health Professions. It's a conversation you won't want to miss.
22 minutes | Feb 11, 2021
Healthy Habits for 2021 and Self-Care for Nurses
Welcome to Season Two of The Chamberlain Cares Podcast. This week our guest is Dr. Melanie Logue, the president of Chamberlain's Phoenix campus. It’s 2021 and there are COVID-19 vaccines are currently being distributed. While it might take a while to get yours, there is still plenty to do while quarantined to help you maintain a healthy mind, body and spirit. Today in our conversation with Dr. Logue, we talk about healthy habits we all can take into the new year.RELATED CONTENT:Student Tips for Managing StressNurses: 7 Tips for Self Care and Resilience Chamberlain CarePlease tune into our next podcast on Thursday – February 25th when Chamberlain will have an important conversation with Dr. Gil Singletary about vaccine hesitancy in communities of color and the history of medical mistreatment in those communities that have led to that hesitancy.
20 minutes | Dec 10, 2020
Managing School, Stress and Social Distancing
With the end of the Academic Cycle upon us, holidays coming up and new restrictions in place across the country to enforce social distancing, stress is a topic at the front of everyone’s minds. This week, Traci Henry, a member Chamberlain University's academic success team talks to life coach Stephanie Giberson to get some tips for how to manage stress for those managing school and social distancing. This episode was previously recorded and released on April 1, 2020 as part of Chamberlain University’s Nurse-to-Nurse series. This is the last episode in Season One of The Chamberlain Care Podcast. We thank you for listening, we'll be back in January with Season Two and new episodes. We wish you a peaceful, happy and safe holiday season.
46 minutes | Dec 3, 2020
Honoring Care: A Conversation About the DAISY Awards
Today we are shining the spotlight on the DAISY Foundation. Lynn Patton, a dean of academic affairs at Chamberlain University and a two-time DAISY award winner, sits down with DAISY co-founder/CEO Bonnie Barnes, and DAISY's Vice President of Nursing, Cynthia Sweeney, to discuss the nonprofit organization that honors nurses for the care and support they show patients and families every day.Lynn and Bonnie share a heartfelt discussion about the beginnings of the DAISY Foundation, how it is keeping her son Patrick’s spirit alive and what the award means. means to nursing professionals today. Related Articles:Chamberlain and the DAISY FoundationDAISY Honoree ScholarshipNurse Makes One Teen's Prom Dreams Come True
21 minutes | Nov 19, 2020
Alumni Interview: Reema Cheema - Instagram Influencer and Frontline Volunteer
Welcome back to The Chamberlain Care Podcast! Today our guest is Reema Cheema, a recent graduate from Chamberlain's FNP program. Today we’re going to talk about volunteering during the pandemic and using social media to share the real faces of nursing. You can follow Reema on Instagram: @ReemaTKhalidMake sure to like and follow The Chamberlain Care Podcast on Spotify, Stitcher and BuzzSprout. Sign up for our RSS Feed to have new episodes delivered to your email box automatically. Do you have an idea for a topic or guest you'd like to see on the podcast? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll give you a shout out if we use your idea.We'll be back after Thanksgiving with new episodes. Everyone have a safe, healthy and happy holiday!For more information on Chamberlain University degrees and programs, please visit chamberlain.edu
43 minutes | Nov 12, 2020
The Youngest Student in Chamberlain History
On the Chamberlain Care Podcast we’re talking with a young man who has the distinction of being the youngest Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) student in our institution’s history. Yedidya Dear-Yachnes, better known as Diddy, submitted his application and was accepted to Chamberlain when he was just 16-years old. Now 18, Diddy is set to graduate from Chamberlain University, Irving he is 19 years old. We talk to him today about what has driven him to pursue accelerated studies, how he got here and his big plans for the future of his career.
48 minutes | Nov 5, 2020
Welcome to The Chamberlain Care Podcast!
Chamberlain University has created this new podcast as a series to feature the stories of students, alumni, faculty and our Chamberlain colleagues – in and beyond the walls of our campuses. Your host, Kate Rice, will lead conversations about “hot topics” that impact the world of healthcare and our communities. The podcast will air every Thursday, starting today.The inaugural episode of The Chamberlain Care Podcast is titled “All Things NCLEX” and our guest is the Associate Dean of Student Learning at Chamberlain’s Charlotte campus., Barbara Oppenheimer – MSN, BSN, BLS, ACLS, PALS. Barbara is affectionately known as “Ms. O” by her students and colleagues. Today we’re talking to her about her journey from RN to becoming a nurse educator and her advice for students who are about to take the NCLEX. For more information about the NCLEX, read Chamberlain's recent blog post with tips to pass the exam on the first try.
Terms of Service
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
© Stitcher 2021