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Johnson & Johnson’s Long Support for Nursing with Historian Margaret Gurowitz
We look at Johnson & Johnson's long history supporting nurses in this episode of Notes on Nursing Live. I interview Margaret Gurowitz, the Chief Historian at Johnson & Johnson. Margaret is responsible for bringing to life the heritage of Johnson & Johnson for employees and the public, and she curates exhibits in Johnson & Johnson Our Story at The Power House, the company’s museum, located on the Johnson & Johnson World Headquarters campus in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The post Johnson & Johnson’s Long Support for Nursing with Historian Margaret Gurowitz appeared first on Johnson & Johnson Notes on Nursing Live.
2018-09-26T19:58:12Z
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  • Johnson & Johnson’s Long Support for Nursing with Historian Margaret Gurowitz
    We look at Johnson & Johnson's long history supporting nurses in this episode of Notes on Nursing Live. I interview Margaret Gurowitz, the Chief Historian at Johnson & Johnson. Margaret is responsible for bringing to life the heritage of Johnson & Johnson for employees and the public, and she curates exhibits in Johnson & Johnson Our Story at The Power House, the company’s museum, located on the Johnson & Johnson World Headquarters campus in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The post Johnson & Johnson’s Long Support for Nursing with Historian Margaret Gurowitz appeared first on Johnson & Johnson Notes on Nursing Live.
    2018-09-26T19:58:12Z
  • Speak for Myself® Patient Communication App with Nurse Rebecca Koszalinski
    We talk app development by nurses to improve patient outcomes and communication in this episode of Notes on Nursing Live. I interview nurse and innovative app developer Rebecca Koszalinski, PhD, RN, CRRN, CMSRN. Rebecca is an assistant professor at the University of Tennessee Knoxville College of Nursing and inventor of the Speak for Myself® app.The post Speak for Myself® Patient Communication App with Nurse Rebecca Koszalinski appeared first on Johnson & Johnson Notes on Nursing Live.
    2018-09-19T19:57:24Z
  • Virtual Reality CPR Training with Nurse Marion Leary
    Talking resuscitation research and virtual reality CPR training in this episode of Nursing Notes Live with nurse innovator Marion Leary, RN, MSN, MPH, FAHA. Marion is the director of innovation research for the Center for Resuscitation Science at the University of Pennsylvania, as well as an innovation specialist and course director at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Nursing.The post Virtual Reality CPR Training with Nurse Marion Leary appeared first on Nursing Notes Live.
    2018-08-31T06:05:04Z
  • Award Winning Nurse Inventor Rachel Walker on Nurses and Innovation
    Nurse inventor and activist Rachel Walker, Ph.D., RN is the guest in this episode of Nursing Notes Live. Rachel is an assistant professor in the University of Massachusetts-Amherst College of Nursing, where her scholarship is grounded in her experiences as a rural emergency medical and disaster relief worker, U.S. Peace Corps volunteer, and oncology nurse.The post Award Winning Nurse Inventor Rachel Walker on Nurses and Innovation appeared first on Nursing Notes Live.
    2018-08-20T12:12:46Z
  • Innovation Thru Nurse Practitioner Led Community Health Clinics
    I interview Nurse Practitioner and healthcare innovator Donna Torrisi in this episode of Nursing Notes Live. Donna is a Family Nurse Practitioner, a graduate of the Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellowship Program, and a fellow in the American Academy of Nursing.
    2018-08-06T11:28:12Z
  • Global Nursing Research Initiatives with Nurse Practitioner Lori Spies
    Global nursing research and education is the focus of this episode of Nursing Notes Live. I interview nurse educator and researcher Lori Spies about her work on global nursing initiatives. Lori is an assistant professor at the Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing,  a family nurse practitioner, and a teacher in the doctoral nurse practitioner program.The post Global Nursing Research Initiatives with Nurse Practitioner Lori Spies appeared first on Nursing Notes Live.
    2018-07-21T12:00:03Z
  • Nurse Executives, Leadership, and Innovation with Judy Pins
    Judy Pins, RN, MBA, the president of Pfiedler Enterprises, joins us in this episode of Nursing Notes Live. Pfiedler Enterprises is a healthcare education company of the Association of PeriOperative Registered Nurses (AORN). Judy is helping AORN to provide continuing education opportunities for operating room nurses through the Nurse Executive Leadership Seminar series.The post Nurse Executives, Leadership, and Innovation with Judy Pins appeared first on Nursing Notes Live.
    2018-07-11T08:44:54Z
  • Nursing for Maternal and Women’s Health with Phyllis Sharps
    Maternal Health Nurse Researcher and Educator Phyllis Sharps, PhD, RN, FAAN, is our guest on this episode of Nuring Notes Live. Phyllis is the Elsie M. Lawler Endowed Chair, Professor of Nursing and Associate Dean for Community Programs and Initiatives, at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing.The post Nursing for Maternal and Women’s Health with Phyllis Sharps appeared first on Nursing Notes Live.
    2018-07-06T12:44:41Z
  • Innovating Health Technologies with Nurse Practitioner Suzanne Shugg
    We talk about nurses innovating in telehealth and other technologies in this episode of Nursing Notes Live. I chat with Suzanne Shugg, a nurse who has been making innovative changes in healthcare delivery throughout her career. She has experience in a broad range of health areas, from health insurance to telehealth to implementing preventative cardiovascular clinics. Her role teaching about Future Technology in Medicine at Rutgers University is key in helping healthcare professionals learn about advances in telehealth delivery.The post Innovating Health Technologies with Nurse Practitioner Suzanne Shugg appeared first on Nursing Notes Live.
    2018-06-06T14:00:19Z
  • Helping the Most Fragile Newborns with Nursing Innovation
    I chat with NICU nurse Tricia Cady in this episode of Nursing Notes Live. She's a nurse who’s been working with premature and sick newborns for 10 years of her 22-year nursing career.  After recently completing a nursing course to further her education, Tricia was inspired to turn her nursing innovation idea into a reality in order to improve the way nurses secure neonates’ hands and help avoid accidental extubations.   The post Helping the Most Fragile Newborns with Nursing Innovation appeared first on Nursing Notes Live.
    2018-05-22T14:37:04Z
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