13 episodes

The Nursing Economic$ Podcast Series provides extended content of articles published in Nursing Economic$. Nursing Economic$, The Journal for Health Care Leaders, advances nursing leadership in health care by providing information on current and emerging best practices. Perfect for nurse executives, nurse managers, nurse educators, and other healthcare administrators, Nursing Economic$ features dynamic articles addressing quality care, innovative cost strategies, and fiscal and ethical responsibility.

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The Nursing Economic$ Podcast Series provides extended content of articles published in Nursing Economic$. Nursing Economic$, The Journal for Health Care Leaders, advances nursing leadership in health care by providing information on current and emerging best practices. Perfect for nurse executives, nurse managers, nurse educators, and other healthcare administrators, Nursing Economic$ features dynamic articles addressing quality care, innovative cost strategies, and fiscal and ethical responsibility.

    013. Nursing and Nursing Leadership in Global Public Health

    013. Nursing and Nursing Leadership in Global Public Health

    This episode presents a dynamic conversation with nursing health leaders Michelle Williams, ScD; Stephanie Ferguson, PhD, RN, FAAN; and Donna M. Nickitas, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, CNE, FAAN. Universal health coverage, health inequities, and worldwide poverty are current global health care concerns. Nurses are at the center of global public health, and collaboration between all disciplines, including nurse leaders, is paramount in battling global health care crises, such as the COVID-19 pandemic and the nursing shortage. Today’s discussion focuses on ways to ensure nurses have the knowledge, skills, and ability to care for people at both the community-based level and around the world.

    Michelle Williams, ScD, is the Dean of Faculty, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston, MA, and the T & G Angelopoulos Professor of Public Health and International Development at the Harvard School of Public Health and Harvard Kennedy School.

    Stephanie Ferguson, PhD, RN, FAAN, is a Visiting Fellow, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston, MA.

    Donna M. Nickitas, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, CNE, FAAN, is Dean and Professor at the Rutgers School of Nursing in Camden, NJ, and the Editor of Nursing Economic$.

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    All rights reserved. No portion of this podcast may be used without written permission.

    To learn more about Nursing Economic$, visit http://www.nursingeconomics.net

    Production management by Carol M Ford Productions, LLC, for Anthony J. Jannetti, inc.

    Musical selections by Scott Holmes.
    http://www.scottholmesmusic.com

    • 59 min
    012. Collective Action: Nurse Practitioners Are Not ‘Mid-Level’ Providers

    012. Collective Action: Nurse Practitioners Are Not ‘Mid-Level’ Providers

    The nursing community has a unique opportunity to inform the public and policy makers of the vital role nurse practitioners play in advancing health access, equity, and quality care. Recently, Becker’s Hospital Review published a notice stating about 15 physicians at Edward Elmhurst Hospital were to be terminated and replaced by nurse practitioners. The implications made in response from local physician groups were that nurse practitioners are viewed as mid-level providers, and this practice could put patients in danger.

    In response, in December 2019, nurses from Rush University College of Nursing and Rush Health in Chicago submitted a Letter to the Editor to Becker’s Hospital Review, expressing dismay at the description of nurse practitioners as mid-level providers. The Nursing Economic$ Editorial Board believes all nurses have an ethical obligation to correct inaccurate descriptions of advanced practice colleagues, and in support of the nurses from Rush University and Rush Health, submitted a follow-up Letter to the Editor to Becker’s Hospital Review.

    Today’s discussion, led by Nursing Economic$ Editorial Board member Dr. Therese Fitzpatrick, focuses on the events at Edward Elmhurst Hospital as reported in Becker’s Hospital Review and elaborates on why advanced practice registered nurses and nurse practitioners must become informants to policy makers and the public. As the nursing profession around the world celebrates 2020 as the Year of the Nurse and Midwife, participants in this discussion share the profound impact nurse practitioners make in the health care arena, both nationally and globally.

    Lynne Braun, PhD, CNP, FAHA, FAANP, FPCNA, FAAN, is Professor Emerita at Rush University in the Department of Adult Health and Gerontological Nursing and a consultant in the Rush Heart Center for Women, where she was a nurse practitioner. Dr. Braun’s clinical and research interests include cardiovascular risk reduction, exercise, cardiac rehabilitation, hyperlipidemia, and hypertension management.

    Raechel Ferry-Rooney, DNP, APRN, ANP-BC, is an Adult Nurse Practitioner with over 20 years of internal medicine experience, and currently practices clinically in two school-based/high school health centers in Chicago. She is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Adult Health and Gerontology Nursing at Rush University. She is on the Board of Directors of the Illinois Society of Advanced Practice Nurses, which represents the professional interests of advanced practice registered nurses to state government in Illinois.

    Terry Gallagher, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, is a Family Nurse Practitioner and the Director of Generalist Education at Rush University College of Nursing. Dr. Gallagher established a community clinic serving a low-income community on Chicago's West side five years ago.

    Angela Moss, PhD, APRN, ANP-BC, is a Faculty Nurse Practitioner, Assistant Professor, and Assistant Dean of Faculty Practice at Rush University, where she leads over 40 community-based faculty nurse and nurse practitioner clinicians providing care to Chicago’s most vulnerable populations. Dr. Moss is an expert in the care of underserved populations through nurse-led programs, strategic development of nurse-managed care delivery models, and programmatic and outcome evaluation, and currently practices clinically in a nurse-managed health center for formerly incarcerated men and women.

    Therese Fitzpatrick, PhD, RN, FAAN, is the Senior Vice President, Performance Improvement, Kaufman Hall and Associates, Skokie, Illinois, an Assistant Clinical Professor at the College of Public Health, University of Illinois at Chicago, and a member of the Nursing Economic$ Editorial Board.

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    • 1 hr 2 min
    011. The Nurses on Boards Coalition: State/National Integrated Strategy Work Group

    011. The Nurses on Boards Coalition: State/National Integrated Strategy Work Group

    Today’s discussion is led once again by health care consultant and Nursing Economic$ Editorial Board member Dr. Rhonda Anderson. Participants include Ms. Kimberly Harper, Ms. Rita Wray, Ms. Jana Bitton. In today's episode, you will hear a review of the work being done with board placement at the national level and how it relates to the state, regional, and local level, including the preparation, support, and successful placement of nurses on boards at all levels.

    The Nurses on Boards Coalition represents national and state efforts by nurses and others working to build healthier communities in America. Their mission is to improve the health of communities and the nation through the service of nurses on boards and other governing bodies. The Nurses on Boards Coalition’s intent is to ensure that at least 10,000 board seats are held by nurses by 2020, as well as raise awareness that all boards will benefit from the unique perspective of nurses to achieve the goals of improved health and efficient and effective health care systems at the local, state and national levels.

    Ms. Kimberly Harper, MS, RN, FAAN, is the Chief Executive Officer, Indiana Center for Nursing, Nursing Lead, Indiana Action Coalition-National Future of Nursing Campaign; and Chair of the Board of Directors for Nurses on Boards Coalition.

    Ms. Jana Bitton MPA, is the Executive Director at the Oregon Center for Nursing.

    Ms. Rita Wray, MBA, RN, BC, FAAN, is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Wray Enterprises, Inc.

    Dr. Rhonda Anderson, DNSc(h), MPA, BS, RN, FAAN, LFACHE, is a former executive with Banner Health, including CEO of Cardon Children's Medical Center in Mesa, Arizona. She is currently a healthcare consultant for RMA Consulting, and serves on numerous boards, including the Nursing Economic$ Editorial Board.

    For more information about the Nurses on Boards Coalition, visit the coalition’s website at https://www.nursesonboardscoalition.org; and look for the Nurses on Boards Coalition column in the Nursing Economic$ journal.

    © Jannetti Publications, Inc.
    All rights reserved. No portion of this podcast may be used without written permission.

    To learn more about Nursing Economic$, visit http://www.nursingeconomics.net

    Production management by Carol M Ford Productions, LLC, for Anthony J. Jannetti, inc.

    Music selection:
    Scott_Holmes — "Think Big"
    http://www.scottholmesmusic.com

    • 31 min
    010. Being a Leader in the Nursing Profession: From Student to Graduate

    010. Being a Leader in the Nursing Profession: From Student to Graduate

    In this episode, Dr. Beverly Malone, Chief Executive Officer for the National League for Nursing, speaks with recent nursing school graduate Brooke Trigiani of Rutgers University School of Nursing in Camden, New Jersey, on the transition from being a student nurse to becoming an active registered nurse in the community. Dr. Malone passes on her words of advice in becoming a leader both in the hospital and politically as a nurse.

    This interview was conducted on Tuesday, August 13, 2019, at the National League for Nursing Headquarters in Washington D.C.

    © Jannetti Publications, Inc.
    All rights reserved. No portion of this podcast may be used without written permission.

    To learn more about Nursing Economic$, visit http://www.nursingeconomics.net

    Production management by Carol M Ford Productions, LLC, for Anthony J. Jannetti, inc.

    Music selection:
    Scott_Holmes — "Think Big"
    http://www.scottholmesmusic.com

    • 23 min
    009. The Nurses on Boards Coalition: A Roundtable Discussion

    009. The Nurses on Boards Coalition: A Roundtable Discussion

    In honor of Nurses Week, we are proud to present a round table discussion featuring key nurse leaders. This discussion, led by healthcare consultant and Nursing Economic$ Editorial Board member Rhonda Anderson, DNSc(h), MPA, BS, RN, FAAN, LFACHE, focuses on the founding and work of the Nurses on Boards Coalition. In addition to Dr. Anderson, participants include Laurie Benson, BSN; Kimberly Harper, MS, RN, FAAN; and Rita Wray, MBA, RN, BC, FAAN.

    The Nurses on Boards Coalition represents national and state efforts by nurses and others working to build healthier communities in America. Their mission is to improve the health of communities and the nation through the service of nurses on boards and other governing bodies. The Nurses on Boards Coalition’s intent is to ensure that at least 10,000 board seats are held by nurses by 2020, as well as raise awareness that all boards will benefit from the unique perspective of nurses to achieve the goals of improved health and efficient and effective health care systems at the local, state and national levels.

    Through today’s episode, you will learn about how the coalition came to be, why it is important for nurses to serve on boards, examples of various types of boards where nurses serve, the impact of nurses on boards and how you can get involved.

    Ms. Kimberly Harper, MS, RN, FAAN, is the Chief Executive Officer, Indiana Center for Nursing, Nursing Lead, Indiana Action Coalition-National Future of Nursing Campaign; and Chair of the Board of Directors for Nurses on Boards Coalition.

    Ms. Laurie Benson, BSN, is the Executive Director, Nurses on Boards Coalition.

    Ms. Rita Wray, MBA, RN, BC, FAAN, is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Wray Enterprises, Inc.

    Dr. Rhonda Anderson, DNSc(h), MPA, BS, RN, FAAN, LFACHE, is a former executive with Banner Health, including CEO of Cardon Children's Medical Center in Mesa, Arizona. She is currently a healthcare consultant for RMA Consulting, and serves on numerous boards, including the Nursing Economic$ Editorial Board.

    For more information about the Nurses on Boards Coalition, visit the coalition’s website at https://www.nursesonboardscoalition.org; and look for the Nurses on Boards Coalition column in the Nursing Economic$ journal.

    © Jannetti Publications, Inc.
    All rights reserved. No portion of this podcast may be used without written permission.

    To learn more about Nursing Economic$, visit http://www.nursingeconomics.net

    Production management by Carol M Ford Productions, LLC, for Anthony J. Jannetti, inc.

    Music selection:
    Scott_Holmes — "Think Big"
    http://www.scottholmesmusic.com

    • 17 min
    008. Interview with Dr. Jennifer Francis, Senior Scientist, Woods Hole Research Center

    008. Interview with Dr. Jennifer Francis, Senior Scientist, Woods Hole Research Center

    In this episode, Dr. Donna Nickitas, Editor of Nursing Economic$, talks with Dr. Jennifer Francis, a Senior Scientist at Woods Hole Research Center in Falmouth, MA, and an Affiliate with the Rutgers University Department of Marine and Coastal Sciences.

    Dr. Francis is world-renowned for her research on Arctic climate change impacts and the resulting effect on weather in other regions of the world. Her research has focused specifically on the connection between the rapidly warming Arctic and a weakened jet stream. She is regularly quoted in major media outlets, including The New York Times and The Washington Post. She recently testified to the U.S. House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology on climate change and its connection to extreme weather. Dr. Francis received her PhD in Atmospheric Sciences from the University of Washington and her undergraduate degree from San Jose State.

    Her article, "Clarity and Clouds: Progress in Understanding Arctic Influences on Mid-Latitude Weather," was published in the January/February 2019 issue of Nursing Economic$, as part of its special issue on "Climate Change & Health-Related Environmental Risk."

    To purchase your copy of this special issue of Nursing Economic$, order online at:
    http://www.nursingeconomics.net

    To learn more about Woods Hole Research Center: https://whrc.org/

    Jennifer A. Francis, PhD, is a Senior Scientist at Woods Hole Research Center in Falmouth, MA, and an Affiliate with the Rutgers University Department of Marine and Coastal Sciences. Learn more about Dr. Francis and her research by visiting her website: https://www.jenniferafrancis.com/

    Donna M. Nickitas, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, CNE, FAAN, is Dean and Professor, the Rutgers School of Nursing, Camden, NJ, and the Editor of Nursing Economic$.

    © Jannetti Publications, Inc.
    All rights reserved. No portion of this podcast may be used without written permission.

    To learn more about Nursing Economic$, visit http://www.nursingeconomics.net

    Production management by Carol M Ford Productions, LLC, for Anthony J. Jannetti, inc.

    Music selection:
    Scott_Holmes — "Think Big"
    http://www.scottholmesmusic.com

    • 26 min

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