The Nursing Post Podcast
Bill of Rights & Code of Ethics for Nurses | Episode 091

Bill of Rights & Code of Ethics for Nurses | Episode 091

January 13, 2022

We go back to basics on today's podcast episode, Nursing Bill of Rights and Code of Ethics for Nurses. I know that this was covered in nursing school, but are we really upholding these duties?  Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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Updated CDC Guidelines for Healthcare Workers | Episode 090

Updated CDC Guidelines for Healthcare Workers | Episode 090

January 6, 2022

Today's episode goes over the most recent CDC guidelines ( 12/23/21) and the most recent AHA CRP guidelines for HCWs (10/2021) 

 

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Articles of 2021 | Episode 089

Articles of 2021 | Episode 089

December 30, 2021

On today's episode we talk about some news stories and articles that we have come across in 2021. We start off today with The Great Resignation which sent us down the rabbit hole of,  is there really a nursing shortage?  We end the podcast discussing the strike at  Saint Vincent Hospital in Worcester, Massachusetts.  Please leave us your thoughts or opinion in the comments, we'd love to hear them.

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Medscape Article: Medscape RN/LPN Compensation Report, 2021 | Episode 089

Medscape Article: Medscape RN/LPN Compensation Report, 2021 | Episode 089

December 23, 2021

Today we talk about the difference between RN's and LPN's and compensation rates for both nurses, for both men and women. Let us know what you think about Medscape's take on average pay for RN's and LPNs

 

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Henrietta Lacks 2 of 2 :HeLa,  Medical Marvel or Ethical Travesty | Episode 087

Henrietta Lacks 2 of 2 :HeLa, Medical Marvel or Ethical Travesty | Episode 087

December 16, 2021

Today's episode we discuss HeLa cells and the impact that they have have all over the world and throughout medicine.  Was it right for these cells to be taken without consent of a patient? Should the family be reimbursed?

Leave a comment below to let us know your opinion

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Henrietta Lacks - The  Mother of Science | Episode 086

Henrietta Lacks - The Mother of Science | Episode 086

December 9, 2021

The impact that Henrietta Lacks has made to science and medicine cannot be put into words. In this first episode we will be discussing who Henrietta is and where it all started.

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The Tuskegee Experiment | Episode 085

The Tuskegee Experiment | Episode 085

December 2, 2021

Today we cover the Tuskegee Experiment and the impact that it has had on medicine.

It’s well documented that minorities are underrepresented in clinical studies. When specifically talking about African Americans, mistrust is the most prevalent barrier to research participation.  There are countless years of life that have been lost and will continue to be lost due to the mistrust that minorities have with research.

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Cigarettes vs. Vapes. Is it all smoke? | Episode 084

Cigarettes vs. Vapes. Is it all smoke? | Episode 084

November 18, 2021

Smoking is the leading cause of preventable death and the U.S. spends nearly $170 billion on medical care to treat smoking-related disease in adults. 

Today we go over the difference between smoking and vaping. What is really in these addictive products and how to quit smoking. 

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SIDS | Episode 083

SIDS | Episode 083

November 11, 2021

SIDS is the leading cause of death among babies between 1mo - 1yr of age. 

Today's episode we talk about risk factors and prevention of SIDS. 

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Pancreatic Cancer | Episode 082

Pancreatic Cancer | Episode 082

November 4, 2021

Pancreatic cancer is a devastating disease. With a 5 year survival rate of only 5-10%, most who are diagnosed have a hard road ahead of them. Today we cover the basics of pancreatic cancer and treatment options.

 

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