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Podcast Library

Created for nurses like you, explore these nursing podcasts to learn, be inspired, and improve patient outcomes. Featured guests in each of our podcast series provide insights into the nursing profession.

Nurse On The Move

We all have a story to tell! Learn about nurses going the extra mile and doing extraordinary things! These nursing podcasts feature nurses going above and beyond in their fields and even a registered nurse who designed an end-of-life board game to educate others about terminal disease diagnoses.

Nurses On Boards

Why is it important for nurses to have a seat at the table? We discuss the mission of the Nurses on Boards Coalition with experts who have great advice to share. Learn from business leaders who strongly advocate nurse leadership and nurses who now hold leadership positions at organizations like CVS.

Show Me the Evidence

Learn what the evidence shows about certain practices that may be outdated. These medical podcasts for nurses are proof that improving your nursing practice means improving patient outcomes. Featured guests are rethinking surgical techniques and adapting to changes in treatment spurred by new infectious diseases.

Physiology Fundamentals

Refresh your knowledge and skills by brushing up on key physiologic concepts. Learn about how to perform important measurements like mean arterial pressure and how to manage medical emergencies like sepsis.

All Podcasts

Discover the latest additions to our nursing podcast library.

Duration - 18:26

Scale your Influence and Expertise through Clinical Education

In this podcast, Senior Clinical Editor, Lisa Bonsall, MSN, RN, CRNP speaks with Candice R. Vaughan Griffin, MS, BSN, RN, Executive Director of Clinical Education and Professional Development with Banner Health.

Listen to this podcast and learn how as an educator, you scale your influence and expertise to influence greater numbers of nurses and patients. We also discuss:

  • The power behind the standardization of clinical education and professional development and how it leads to enhanced patient care,
  • Candice’s background in training and showing competitive obedience dogs and its impact on her career journey,
  • The future of professional development, including microlearning and microcredentialing,
  • And advice for those thinking of pursuing professional development, including using positive words, staying relevant, and using data to share our nursing story.

CVaughan-Griffin-headshot.jpgCandice Vaughan Griffin is Executive Director of Clinical Education and Professional Development with Banner Health. In this role, Candice leads strategic direction and execution to align clinical education and professional development resources to best support a large, integrated healthcare system. This includes leading an accomplished team providing all aspects of Clinical Education and Professional Development including education for ambulatory, acute, post-acute, home care/hospice, library service, and acute/ambulatory electronic medical record training for clinical staff, non-clinical staff, and providers across six states.

Professional Practice team includes oversight of Policies & Procedures, ANCC certification programs, Magnet Program, RN Residency Program (PTAP certified), Nurse Planner, National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators, professional enhancement programs, clinical professional ladders, awards and engagement programs.

A big believer in successful leadership, Candice supports transformational and servant leadership to help those around her reach their fullest potential. She is passionate about learning, organizational and process excellence and professional enhancement. Candice’s passions directly support excellent patient care and outcomes.

Candice is no stranger to healthcare, having spent 15 years as a Trauma, ICU, and interventional cardiology nurse in academic medical centers such as the Medical College of Virginia and Massachusetts General Hospital. She has spent the last 11 years cultivating her passion for leadership and enhancement of professional practice and patient outcomes through education. She has served with organizations such as Southwest Alliance for Excellence as an examiner and member of the Board of Overseers which demonstrates her dedication to enhancing the growth and sustainability for quality outcomes and leadership.

When Candice is not leading Banner Health’s incredible education team, you can find her outdoors running, showing her border collie, Stirling, in competitive obedience and spending time with her husband, who is a certified Arborist in the tree care industry and an accomplished guitar player and musician.

Nominate a colleague for the NLN 2022 Nurse Educator of the Year! 
Nomination deadline: July 8, 2022

Duration - 12:57

The Ins & Outs of Professional Liability Insurance for Nurses

In this podcast, Senior Clinical Editor, Lisa Bonsall, MSN, RN, CRNP speaks with Edie Brous, JD, MS, MPH, RN. Edie is a nurse attorney who combines her experience and passion for nursing and law in representing, advising, educating, and advocating the interests of licensed professionals, particularly nurses. Edie is also the contributing editor for legal issues for the American Journal of Nursing.

Listen to this podcast and learn about the importance of professional liability insurance for nurses. Highlights of the conversation include:

*The meaning of professional liability insurance and malpractice insurance
*The coverage nurses can expect from their employer
*Why all nurses, including students, should have their own professional liability insurance
*Advice and guidance to avoid being named in a malpractice suit

Listen and learn from Edie Brous, an expert in this field whose work raises awareness of legal issues, specifically, licensure protection, for nurses.  


Duration - 30:58

Measuring Outcomes and Elevating the Nursing Profession

On March 24, 2022, Nanne Finis, Chief Nurse Executive of Ultimate Kronos Group (UKG) and Anne Dabrow Woods, Chief Nurse of Wolters Kluwer Health Learning Research and Practice presented nursing workforce research along with change imperatives and innovative approaches to recruitment, retention, and care models to optimize safe work environment and foster resiliency in our webinar “Nursing’s Wake-up Call: Change is Now Non-negotiable.” In this podcast, Nanne and Anne answer questions that were submitted by webcast attendees related to measuring nursing productivity and elevating the profession.

This podcast was recorded on March 25, 2022. Get instant access to the webinar, Nursing’s Wake-up Call: Change is Now Non-negotiable. 

Duration - 11:19

Academic/Practice Partnerships and Preparing Practice-Ready Nurses

Duration - 33:59

Supporting the Nursing Workforce with Alternative Care Models

Duration - 33:32

Influencing Policy & Leading Health Equity: A Conversation with Susan C. Reinhard, RN, PhD, FAAN

Duration - 28:19

Reaching a Level of Excellence: A Conversation with Casey Green, BSN, RN, CCRN, CTRN, CFRN, CEN, TCRN, CPEN

Duration - 22:59

The Fabric of Being a Nurse: A Conversation with Lisa Kreeger, PhD, RN

Duration - 29:06

Nursing Leadership during COVID-19: An Interview with Rosanne Raso, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, FAONL

Duration - 14:30

Staffing, Safety and Nurse Well-Being

Duration - 22:49

Managing COVID-19 Across Care Settings

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