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Matt Solarczyk & Peter Findura

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A nursing podcast, where we tackle current events and hot nursing related topics one conversation at a time. Sit down with your hosts Matt Solarczyk and Peter Findura, as we take you on a journey into the life and perspective of two ICU nurses. We combine personal experience and modern science to educate, promote, improve your health, wellbeing, and career aspirations as a nurse. Listen to our playlists geared towards your needs!! Nursing Students: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2zGnOjxOh ...
 
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Your first year as a registered nurse is challenging. This podcast is hosted by Kati Kleber, BSN RN CCRN and features experienced nurses from FreshRN.com, who discuss the basics of that first year. From orientation, code blues, tricks of the trade, and personal experiences, to time management, delegation, patient deaths, and more.
 
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In this episode, we will be talking about what are certified food labels and which ones to look for. We are also going to discuss healthy snack bar choices, some examples, and which ones you should grab in the snack aisle. When it comes to what snacks or even foods to eat the first thing you should always look at is the nutrition label and ingredie…
 
In this episode, we would like to introduce our guest Catie Harris, Owner and Founder of NursePreneurs. NursePreneurs, is committed to supporting nurses across the globe with their crazy, outrageous, and innovative ideas. Her path to change healthcare is through entrepreneurialism. Tune in as she gives us advice on nursing transition, motherhood an…
 
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…
 
In this episode, we will be talking about another Covid 19 variant, the Mu variant along with a little bit of information about viruses. We are also going to talk about abortions and the new abortion ban in Texas. The WHO has another variant in the sights. This time it is the Mu variant. Many people don’t know that just like there are different str…
 
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In this episode, we’d like to welcome Shannon Whittington. Shannon is a speaker and best-selling author of her book LGBTQ ABC’s for Grownups. She is a clinical nurse expert in gender-affirming surgeries for transgender and nonbinary patients. She is an advocate of the LGBTQ community. We will cover the following topics: - What do transgender and bi…
 
In this episode, we are going to talk about why oil prices fluctuate and the petrodollar. Why does it always seem that gas prices change cost, nothing else fluctuates so much. Many people never heard of the petrodollar, we’re going to touch the surface of how oil sales work. Not many people have heard of the petrodollar and just as many people don’…
 
Norton Healthcare’s Plugged in to Nursing is the podcast that celebrates and informs the profession of nursing. This Episode - Be Sepsis Aware September is Sepsis Awareness Month, a time to educate health care professionals and the public about this life-threatening condition. Sepsis occurs when the body’s response to an infection damages its own t…
 
In this episode, we will be discussing Central Lines. We’ll try to hit everything about PICC lines, what they are, why we use them, and how to properly maintain them. We will also be discussing the different veins where the central line can be inserted and the risks and complications along with it. Another informational episode for nurses and incom…
 
In this episode, we are going to talk about Afghanistan. We're going to discuss how the US got involved in Afghanistan, what happened, and why are we pulling out the US troops. Afghanistan is located in the Middle East between Turkey and Iran. Afghanistan has been on the news because we have recently left, the US military has left. Our efforts in A…
 
In this episode, we would like to introduce Tina Vinsant, the host of The Good Nurse, Bad Nurse Podcast, a podcast that uses storytelling and conversation to encourage and unite nurses and other medical professionals. Tina Vinsant is a CVICU nurse that has turned to travel nursing. She is currently pursuing her MSN with Emphasis on care coordinatio…
 
The NYT recently published an article about the nursing shortage we're dealing with. I deconstruct the article and discuss my thoughts on what's going on with the massive lack of staffing we're seeing across the nation. NYT article: Show notes:By Kati Kleber, MSN RN CCRN-K
 
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…
 
In this episode, we will talk about the updated nutrition labels that were implemented since Jan. 1, 2020. The updated label appears on the majority of food packages. Manufacturers with $10 million or more in annual sales were required to update their labels by January 1, 2020; manufacturers with less than $10 million in annual food sales were requ…
 
In this episode, we will talk about the amazing side of nursing, which is creating memorable patient experiences. What is your most memorable nursing experience? Is it your first code blue? Interaction with the patient or the family? Having a Hollywood actor-director patient? Is it your very first patient? Or perhaps a review on your company's webs…
 
In this episode, we are going to talk about the first artificial heart transplant with the Aaeson device and the Covid-19 lab leak hypothesis. A surgical team at Duke University Hospital, led by Drs. Jacob Schroder and Carmelo Milano, successfully implanted a new-generation artificial heart in a 39-year-old man with heart failure, becoming the firs…
 
Why did you choose to be a nurse? There are many reasons to become a nurse, from good pay to job satisfaction. A career in nursing is an unselfish one, to say the least. Nursing allows for a wide variety of opportunities inside and outside of work. Growth opportunities through education combined will allow flexible hours to pursue multiple ventures…
 
We live in a society where a solution is often some kind of drug. Let that be for weight loss, muscle gain, cognitive performance, and even drug addiction. People want a quick and easy fix so that is what is provided to them, unfortunately, this does not solve the root cause of certain ongoing issues. The “take a pill for this” method does not work…
 
The relationship between nurses and physicians is sometimes strained. We are going to talk about how to strengthen your relationship with your doctor as a nurse. Developing a dynamic and grounded relationship with your physician will have an enormously positive impact on patient safety, quality of care, and overall job satisfaction. In this episode…
 
In this episode, we are going to be talking about eggs. The different types of eggs, the ways to store them and which eggs are the healthiest. The biggest question here is, should we refrigerate our eggs? We will also share some information about salmonella and its occasional prevalence in the US along with its symptoms and prevention care. Cup of …
 
In this episode, we will talk about our experience working as a dayshift nurse & some expectations vs reality. As a nurse, depending on your shift, your workflow and experience are going to differ. We have worked both shifts, mainly 4 years on nights but today we are going to share our experience to discuss the expectations vs reality of working th…
 
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…
 
In this episode, we are going to talk about the Law of Attraction, what is it, how it works, how to implement it, and our experience. It is an ancient spiritual principle that says what you think and feel about something will attract it to you. It's been around for centuries but has risen in popularity recently due to the book, "The Secret." The la…
 
Code blues are one of the scariest situations to be in as a nurse. Every nurse should know the basics of a code blue because they can happen at any time. Many times a nurse is the first one to witness a patient going into cardiac or respiratory arrest. There is a lot to know about how to run a good code blue. Join us as we delve into the dos and do…
 
In this episode, we are going to talk about Walmart’s new Insulin brand, what that means to the market and how Psilocybin can regrow brain tissue that was lost in depression. Walmart just launched a more affordable analog insulin branded ReliOn. The Brand is designed to overcome common impediments, like the affordability of and access to diabetes c…
 
If you’ve been feeling like you’re stagnating in life or just can’t seem to figure out what to change, we have a list of 5 habits for you to start incorporating into your life outside of work and inside. We always try to better ourselves or change in some way, you usually start with a self-reflection and then some research. Unfortunately, many peop…
 
Norton Healthcare’s Plugged in to Nursing is the podcast that celebrates and informs the profession of nursing. This Episode: 50 Years of Service! In this episode, host Allison Overfield, R.N., talks with Mary Ellen Genardi, R.N., system nurse educator, Norton Healthcare Center for Nursing Practice, about the past 50 years of nursing practice and M…
 
In this episode, we are going to talk about some common preservatives called nitrates and nitrites. We will also share some research we found regarding NMN (nicotinamide mononucleotide). According to the IARC, International Agency for Research on Cancer, run by WHO states: Nitrates or nitrites found primarily in meat sources are probably carcinogen…
 
So, you finally finished nursing school, Yey! What's next? Should you move out immediately after nursing school? What are the things to consider and what are the benefits of moving out? Moving out is a big part of your life, so make sure to think it through. Why do you want to move out? Is it because everyone is doing it, you want more space, you w…
 
In this episode, we are going to talk about a new breakthrough in CRISPR technology and Ivermectin. The new major breakthrough in gene modification, researchers at University College London (UCL) injected CRISPR into the blood of six people with a genetic condition between the ages 46 and 64. Three of those people showed positive results, creating …
 
Managing your finances is something schools and universities still neglect. Coming out of college some people don’t know how to open a bank account. A career in nursing can be lucrative when it is done right. The highest nursing salaries also allow you to pick and choose where you will work around the US. In this episode, we delve into different st…
 
After 8 months of staying in California, it's time for the well-deserved break from travel nursing. Being travel nurses, we are privileged to take mini-vacations in between contracts. To start our break, we took a little RV trip for 2 weeks exploring the Pacific West to reconnect with ourselves and keep grounded amidst all the chaos in reality and …
 
Today we’d like to welcome Tasha Triana. Tasha is a Southern California native, world traveler of 25+ countries, a registered nurse of 8+ years, certified yoga and meditation teacher, and Reiki practitioner. Tasha founded her business, The Nurtured Nurse, to teach nurses how to prioritize their own self-care and wellness so they can show up feeling…
 
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