Professional Direction

Dealing with a pandemic has undoubtedly changed the course of our lives. And our plans. Some of us feel more committed than ever and others are considering a completely different professional path. But there’s a whole lot of options in between these two extremes. Here we’ll share how to take a long-term view of your career, how to figure out what’s right for you, and how all nurses can find more ways to contribute to the industry as a whole.


Cyrus Batheja’s perspective on breaking down barriers in health care – specifically housing – is grounded in his own lived experience.

Housing as a Determinant of Health

Season Two — Episode 04

Nikki Greenaway, an NP and expert on women’s health, educates us about Black maternal health disparities and how nurses can address them.

Medical MacGyver

Season Two — Episode 03

Nurse researcher Jasmine Travers kicks off our season with a discussion of the big issues holding us back from achieving health equity.

Diversity, Disparities, Determinants, Oh My!

Season Two — Episode 01

Nurse educator, entrepreneur, and mom Renee Davis shares her first experience with a hackathon and why it was so worth her time.

Hackathons Revisited — From the Perspective of a First-Timer

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You don’t have to be tech-savvy to join a hackathon–you just have to be passionate about problem-solving.

What the Heck is a Hackathon?


More patients are embracing alternative therapies–but holistic care might also help nurses cope with the job’s challenges.

Mind, Body, Behavior — What the Rise of Holistic Health Means for Nursing


In the season finale, Rebecca Love explains why the pandemic is a critical juncture for nurses and how to “rebrand” our profession.

A Love Letter to Nurses

Season One — Episode 08

Lynne Meadows explains that school nursing is so much more than handing out Band-Aids and ice. Plus, she gives us a lesson in leadership.

Know the Way, Show the Way, Go the Way

Season One — Episode 07
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