46 min

Episode 5: Nurse Tilda The nursingthefuture's Podcast

    • Education

This podcast is hosted by Madison Cook, RN, BScN and features Tilda Shalof RN, BScN, CNCC (C), who discusses a VISION for grassroots nursing. Tilda has been nursing for 38 years after graduating from the University of Toronto in 1983. For 28 years, Tilda worked as a critical care nurse in the Medical-Surgical Intensive Care Unit at the Toronto General Hospital. 
 

In 2004, during the SARS pandemic, Tilda published her first book, A Nurse’s Story, Life, Death, and In-Between in an Intensive Care Unit. Over subsequent years, five more books followed. Currently, Tilda works in various settings with the University Health Network (a public research and teaching hospital network, currently the largest health research organization in North America) and in primary care within the community setting. In a consulting role, Tilda has had the opportunity to visit universities and colleges all across Canada and the Unites States to speak with nursing and medical students, the media, and the public at large. She believes it is important that they understand what nursing is all about. Most currently, Tilda consults as an NCLEX Instructor at Hurst Review helping students and new graduate nurses prepare to successfully write the NCLEX.

 

This podcast is hosted by Madison Cook, RN, BScN and features Tilda Shalof RN, BScN, CNCC (C), who discusses a VISION for grassroots nursing. Tilda has been nursing for 38 years after graduating from the University of Toronto in 1983. For 28 years, Tilda worked as a critical care nurse in the Medical-Surgical Intensive Care Unit at the Toronto General Hospital. 
 

In 2004, during the SARS pandemic, Tilda published her first book, A Nurse’s Story, Life, Death, and In-Between in an Intensive Care Unit. Over subsequent years, five more books followed. Currently, Tilda works in various settings with the University Health Network (a public research and teaching hospital network, currently the largest health research organization in North America) and in primary care within the community setting. In a consulting role, Tilda has had the opportunity to visit universities and colleges all across Canada and the Unites States to speak with nursing and medical students, the media, and the public at large. She believes it is important that they understand what nursing is all about. Most currently, Tilda consults as an NCLEX Instructor at Hurst Review helping students and new graduate nurses prepare to successfully write the NCLEX.

 

46 min

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