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Tune in as Dr. Jacqueline Hoying and Dr. Inga Zadvinskis, two leaders from The Ohio State University College of Nursing’s Helene Fuld Health Trust National Institute for Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing and Healthcare, speak to how they and their colleagues assist the public in how to identify legitimate and credible information and evidence for …
 
In addition to caring for critical care patients on their unit, Kahlia Anderson and Philip Grudowski are also both members of their unit’s Cultural Diversity Committee. Listen in as they share about the committee’s involvement with diversity and inclusion both at Ohio State and on their unit and how that in turn has created a safe space to educate …
 
Holly Chignolli, associate director of nursing evidence-based practice and standards at OSU Wexner Medical Center, and Samantha Warren, staff nurses at Ohio State’s Ross Heart Hospital, join us for our ongoing series on evidence-based practice and the important role nurses play in using research and learnings to improve care and outcomes for both p…
 
Nursing has always been centered around patients and their families, but the pandemic shifted us to more of a public health focus. Listen in as one of Ohio State’s clinical nurse specialists outlines key interventions nurses and other healthcare workers can implement as part of a self-care plan: breathing, intentional conversation and movement. Tun…
 
The recent UN Climate Change conference (COP26) brought health care’s role in reducing emissions to the mainstream for the first time. Clinicians may not always see their potential impact on sustainability in health care, but all team members can be a part of the movement to fight climate change where you work. Listen in as two of Ohio State’s nurs…
 
Since 2009, the Stress, Trauma and Resilience (STAR) program at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center assists healthcare professionals through specialized training before traumatic exposure happens, and it provides direct, temporary emotional support to professionals when needed. Listeners will learn about STAR's Brief Emotional Support T…
 
Listen in to learn more about the important role of nursing evidence-based practice (EBP) and how it’s changing patient care at the bedside. Listeners will hear how these learnings are brought to the bedside and what the benefit is for patients. On the fence about getting involved in EBP work? Tune in to hear advice directly from two of our Buckeye…
 
With the COVID-19 pandemic drastically limiting in-person contact and appointments, healthcare providers had turn to a new tool—telehealth—to deliver care. It is no doubt that telehealth has had multiple benefits during the pandemic by expanding access to care, reducing disease exposure for staff and patients, preserving scarce PPE supplies and red…
 
Listen in to hear directly from two of Ohio State's most recent Nursing Government Affairs fellowship participants. Learn more about the advocate and fellowship program, some of the projects completed through these programs, and why it is important for bedside nurses to be involved in advocacy work. Listeners will also learn about various ways to b…
 
Listen in as Ohio State College of Nursing Dean Bernadette Melnyk, the lead author of this recent study, shares how the evidence shows nurses’ physical, mental health is connected to preventable medical errors. This episode covers the ins and outs of the study itself and also showcases how the research supports the movement toward organizational cu…
 
March 19 marked one year since the Ohio State Medical Intensive Care (MICU) team cared for their first COVID-19 positive patient. Every day since, the team has been caring for our most critically ill COVID-19 patients. To mark this milestone in the battle, several members of the team took time out of their regular MICU duties recently to honor thei…
 
Listen in on our conversation around how our nurses continue caring for the community outside of the hospital. Whether it's providing health screenings at community events, giving advice on diet or exercise, or educating the public on the importance of hand washing and vaccinations - nurses everywhere help improve community health in their capacity…
 
Working in healthcare, staff anxiety levels can be intense at times. Add in an unprecedented global pandemic and well, stressed may be an understatement. The Buckeye Paws program at Ohio State is a therapy dog program designed to support the faculty, staff and students at the medical center. Listen in to hear more about how these furry friends - te…
 
As the backbone of the healthcare system, nurses face increasingly complex patient care, shorter lengths of stay, higher acuity levels and the almost constant evolution of technology. At Ohio State, the Clinical Ladder program recognizes and rewards staff nurses for their clinical expertise in delivering direct care to patients. In applying to this…
 
In partnership with the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center facilitates emergency room and inpatient hospital services, along with surgeries and advanced diagnostic testing. One of the staff nurses from the Corrections Unit at the medical center's University Hospital walks listeners thr…
 
According to the CDC, sepsis is the body’s extreme response to an infection. It is a life-threatening medical emergency. Sepsis happens when an infection you already have triggers a chain reaction throughout your body and without timely treatment, it can rapidly lead to tissue damage, organ failure and death. Listen in to hear from one of Ohio Stat…
 
In this episode, you'll hear from the program manager of Ohio State's Health System Magnet program, as she discusses nursing certification, what it means and the benefits for both patients and nurses. With nearly 200 different certifications available, nurses have many options to pursue - while that can be overwhelming, there are many resources ava…
 
Every year, millions of men, women, and children are trafficked worldwide – including right here in the United States. And unfortunately one of the hot spots is right here in Central Ohio. Listen in as two of our Buckeye Nurses highlight key indicators of human trafficking victims and how health care workers should respond in those situations. You'…
 
Listen in to learn more about a new infusion therapy available for COVID-19 patients at Ohio State. Two nurse leaders from The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center share more about this new treatment, including eligibility, potential risks and side effects, initial outcomes and the potential impact it's had on capacity issues within the hosp…
 
In this episode, you’ll learn about how Ohio State is addressing burnout and promoting resiliency through regular wellness programming. One of OSU's experts on wellness outlines how these types of programs are having to evolve through the COVID-19 pandemic and why these types of programs are more important now than ever. Tune in to learn more about…
 
In this episode, you’ll learn more about severity of the opioid epidemic both in Ohio and across the country. Two of Ohio State’s clinical nurse specialists outline nursing’s role related to pain management and how it’s changed, especially in light of the opioid crisis. Tune in to learn more about pain management alternatives to prescription medica…
 
In this episode, you’ll learn more about how nurses at Ohio State’s East Hospital worked to impact the social determinants of health on the East side of Columbus by influencing children living in the surrounding neighborhood. Nurse leaders outline how nurses volunteered to adopt classrooms from nearby Eastgate Elementary School and how these volunt…
 
In this episode, we hear directly from two surgical nurse practitioners with Ohio State’s Ross Heart Hospital as they outline the Total Artificial Heart treatment. Learn more about the device itself, the type of patient that would warrant this treatment, as well as the patient risks and outcomes resulting from this cardiac device.…
 
Although the safety of water immersion during labor is largely supported by evidence from research, the risks to women and neonates during waterbirth are not well established. In this episode, we'll hear from one of Ohio State's nurse midwives, as she shares more about a study completed at OSU to generate evidence regarding maternal and neonatal ou…
 
In this episode, we hear directly from three Ohio State nurses who are developing a nurse mentorship in the Progressive Care Unit (PCU) Float Pool. Learn more about some of the key factors and logistics to consider in developing and implementing a nurse mentorship program in your area, as well as some of the projected outcomes and benefits from hav…
 
In this episode, we talk with two of Ohio State’s Certified Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANEs) about the important role they play in patient care, especially in an emergency room setting. SANE nurses have completed specialized education and clinical preparation in the medical forensic care of the patient who has experienced sexual assault or ab…
 
In this episode, you'll hear directly from clinical experts at Ohio State on the concept of trauma-informed care (TIC) as they talk through the critical nuances that come with caring for patients whose life experiences entail varying levels of trauma - whether recent, childhood, or ongoing. Listeners will learn more about TIC including outlining co…
 
In this episode, you'll hear directly from Critical Care nurse leaders at Ohio State about a pilot developed to externalize IV pumps from COVID-19+ patient rooms in an effort to improve infection prevention and also conserve personal protective equipment (PPE). Listeners will learn more about this innovative pilot, how the change was implemented th…
 
In this episode, OSU Wexner Medical Center's Chief Nurse Executive, Cheryl Hoying, discusses second victim phenomenon, especially among healthcare workers. Learn more about the phenomenon, how it affects nurses and other clinicians, and the trends in reporting and seeking help. Listeners will also learn more about what makes an ideal second victims…
 
In this episode, you'll learn more about the coronavirus, or COVID-19, including how it spreads, available testing methods, and ways to keep yourself and your family safe as a healthcare worker. Epidemiology and Infection Disease experts from Ohio State also share more information about personal protective equipment (PPE) and efforts to conserve pr…
 
Mindfulness and resiliency play a key role in the overall well being of healthcare workers around the globe. In this episode you'll hear directly from Dr. Maryanna Klatt, professor of clinical family medicine at The Ohio State University College of Medicine, and Beth Steinberg, associate chief nursing officer for Critical Care and Emergency Service…
 
In this episode, you’ll learn about individuals struggling with substance abuse, including some of the root causes of addiction and myths surrounding substance abuse. John Williamson, one of Ohio State’s certified psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioners, also discusses the significance of healthcare workers arming themselves with empathy in c…
 
Listen in to hear about one of the projects rolled out through nursing at Ohio State to help patients with complex behavioral symptoms while working collaboratively with staff through consultation, education, and early intervention. In this episode, you’ll learn more about what the Behavioral Emergency Response Team (BERT) is at Ohio State, how the…
 
Cheryl became Ohio State’s chief nursing executive (CNE) and patient care services officer in August 2019. As CNE, Dr. Hoying is charged with advancing strategic initiatives, developing an integrated nursing leadership structure, promoting interprofessional collaboration, creating common operational systems for workforce planning, ensuring excellen…
 
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