In the season finale, Rebecca Love explains why the pandemic is a critical juncture for nurses and how to “rebrand” our profession.
Between being a charge nurse and a preceptor, Alison was a pro at training and coaching nurses—that is, until COVID-19 came along.
As they navigate a pandemic, can nurses speak their minds without facing repercussions?
An Era When Nurses Need Advocates: A Q&A with Nurse Attorney Lorie Brown
Health inequity can be deadly. Lovoria Williams joins us to talk about medical bias, culturally relevant care and nurses as change-agents.
A Disturbing Narrative
After co-authoring the report “Post‐Traumatic Stress Disorder in Nurses”, Tricia and Michelle became-sought after experts in pandemic PTSD.
When Something Deeper Is Going On
Jackie O’Halloran talks about being thrown into a chaotic ICU setting during COVID-19 and calling out her hospital administrators.
The Floor is on Fire
The pandemic laid bare health care’s racial disparities. Where do we go from here?
It’s Not Just Unfair, It’s Inequitable
The New Thing Nurse PPE Care Package Project has sourced thousands of pieces of PPE for frontline nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic.