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Nurse-Created Media

Radio shows

Columns

Blogs

Videos

Op-Eds

Ted Talks

Scripts

Nurse-created products and equipment

Suggestions
 

Radio shows

HealthCetera radio program--the gold standard of nurse-hosted radio programs

Maureen McGrathMaureen McGrath's (right) Sunday Night Sex Talk show on 980 CKNW in Vancouver, British Columbia. Also see her website Back to the Bedroom radio.

Casey Hobbs and Shayne Mason with Nurse Talk
 

Columns

See Donna Cardillo's blog at Mehmet Oz's "Dr. Oz" website

See Mona Shattell's blog in the Huffington Post. Dr. Shattell is an RN, PhD, and is a Fellow with Public Voices with The OpEd Project and an Associate Professor in the School of Nursing at DePaul University.

Nurse Theresa Brown writes pieces for the New York Times that often convey helpful information about nursing issues. Unfortunately, Brown also shares her incorrect belief that because physicians typically have more power, nurses do and should report to them. In fact, nursing is an autonomous, self-governing profession whose members are ethically bound to challenge physician care plans that are not in patients' best interests.
 

Blogs

Off the Charts blog by writers at the American Journal of Nursing

RN Remedies at Children's Hospital of Los Angeles

Donna Cardillo blogs for the Dr. Oz website

Diana Mason blogs for JAMA

Nursing Ideas, by Rob Fraser, who posts interviews with leaders on nursing issues

Nurse Manifest

Confident Voices for Nurses, by Beth Boynton

100 Twitter feeds every nurse should follow

"Top 50 Nursing Blogs every nursing student should read"
 

Videos

See the video on Scout Out Nursing by Gina Woody, RN, MSN, Assistant Professor at East Carolina University who created a program to help boy scouts and girl scouts learn about nursing.

Create videos about your area of health expertise like the ones by Jackie Campbell and Loretta Sweet Jemmott.
 

Op-Eds

Write op-eds for newspapers and magazines to deliver health messages or discuss how policy initiatives would affect patients and/or nurses.

Kathleen Bartholomew has written several good ones you can see here bit.ly/kbart-opeds

Karin Huster "Fighting Ebola, and the Mud"
                     "All Lives Matter"
                     "Don’t let fear drive Ebola response"

Mona Shattell at the Huffington Post

Kaci Hickox in the Dallas Morning News
                     in the Guardian

TED Talks

Kathleen Bartholomew did a wonderful Ted talk explaining the power of nursing and dismantling hospital hierarchy to save patients' lives. Click here to watch.

Scripts

Read a script for a proposed nurse-focused television drama written by Harry and Sandy Summers
 

Nurse-created products and equipment

Create health care products--transform your ideas into products that help nurses deliver better, safer care for patients. Nurse inventor Steve Schmutzer tells you how.

 The IVEA IV pole

Inventor Steve Schmutzer created the IVEA IV pole, which is a great way to transport patients and their equipment quickly and it acts as a walker when the patient wants to make a go of it on their own.

Skin to Skin C-Section

Kimberly Jarrelle, Deborah Burbic and Jess Niccoli created the Skin to Skin C-Section Drape and formed the company Clever Medical to market it. It allows C-Section moms to hold their babies immediately while maintaining a sterile field. See more in the Richmond Times-Dispatch or Woman's Day.

Nurse Grid software

Nurse Grid software was created by nurses. We haven't tried it ourselves, but we are thrilled nurses are creating products for nurses to use since nurses understand nursing the best.
 

Suggestions

 Create nurse friendly media and art

 

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