The Project Nurse Podcast
Summary: Daniel Diaz is a nurse, blogger, entrepreneur, and the Chief Operating Officer of Clipboard Health, a Startup Company focused on helping nurses get more out of their career and their lives. Clipboard Health is backed by top investors in Silicon Valley, including YCombinator. Daniel started the Project Nurse Podcast to interview top nurses, doctors, educators and technologists to share their knowledge and inspire Student Nurses, RNs, CNAs, LVNs, APRNs, to achieve their dreams.
In this episode we chat with Crystal Laeder, a nurse entrepreneur who started a Home Care business after she suffered a brutal neck injury. We learn how she turned $25 into a business supporting 13 employees
In this episode we chat with @Areli_Mancillas to hear her story of struggle with being a young mom, without money, and while living in a rough neighborhood. We find out how she used nursing to break free and create a better life for her and her family
in this episode we chat with Stormi Hiney, an endoscopy nurse, clinical educator, moderator of the ShowMeYourStethoscope FB Group, and overall amazing woman. We talk about balancing nursing, family, and fitness, and she shares invaluable advice for those that are looking for more happiness in their life.
In this episode we chat with Theresa Puckett, a nurse practitioner, professor, and part-time bedside nurse who was terminated after calling in sick too many times, even though she had a doctors note stating that she should not be working.
in this episode, we chat with Kathy Fraser, a pioneering nurse with over 25 years experience as a nurse case manager. We talk about starting the 1st hospital case management department and how she leveraged that opportunity to become the leader of the 9,500 nurses in the CMSA
In this episode we chat with Portia "Revlon" Wofford, The Millennial Nurse about nurse entrepreneurship, networking, and social media.
in this episode we chat with Alene Nitzky about her book about cancer, nursing as a second career, running ultra-marathons, and more.
in this episode we chat with Deanna Gillingham about one of the best RN jobs for nurses that are burning out of bedside nursing: The Nurse Case Manager.
In this episode we chat with Marcus Engel of the I’m Here Movement, and NarrativeNursing.com. We talk about his experience on the other side of the stethoscope as a trauma patient involved in a motor vehicle accident that shatter his face, pelvis, and legs, cost him his eyesight, and nearly his life. We do a deep dive on the things that healthcare providers can do to make patients and their family feel comfortable and safe during the worst day of their life.
In this episode, we chat with Ersilia Pompilio, pediatric nurse practitioner, guest writer for Working Nurse Magazine, and producer of The Nurse and the Hypochondriacs live show and podcast. She's a woman with many skills, and as you'll hear in the show, will do anything to put on a good show!
In this episode of The Project Nurse Podcast, I chat with Dr. Cheryl Dellasega about her research on Motivational Interviewing, and how this method of communication has been scientifically proven to be effective with addicts and criminals.
In this episode we chat with bestselling author, speaker, consultant, and podcast host Elizabeth Scala about Nurse Burnout. We talk about strategies for recognizing and treating burnout, tips for improving your work environment, and we talk about when is the right time for you to leave your job, and how you should think about the process. We also talk about her consulting business, and the steps she took to achieve her success. Thanks for listening and don’t forget to share with just one other nurse in your network!
In this episode, we chat about nursing in the Operating Room, the rift between frontline staff and management, and we learn effective tips for communicating with aggressive doctors and staff members.
In this episode, we chat about the culture of the NICU, how her team de-briefs when they have tough losses, communicating with scared mothers and fathers, and we discuss the role of the clinical nurse specialist in the NICU.
In this episode we chat with Danita Gilbert, a nurse who spends most of her year volunteering with the humanitarian organization Mercy Ships which has converted cargo ships to floating hospitals!