nurses and social media

Confessions of a Proto Nurse Pt. 2

Adrianne and Allison reconvene for part 2 of this marathon conversation that spans a wider-than-usual range of loosely related topics like:
*balancing school, work and personal life
*a couple of poor academic choices r/t exhaustion
*hierarchies and power dynamics in healthcare
*how not to flunk out of nursing school
*the best app you'll ever download
*how Allison knew she was old

Listen in as we get really opinionated and passionate about basically everything.

Thanks again to Allison, who chose to remain *mostly* anonymous, for letting loose on the podcast. Adrianne hopes to chat again soon...Nursing school is gonna give her a lot to talk about.

 

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Nurses and Social Media Caveats

On this episode of Nursing Uncensored, Adrianne and Brad share their opinions on everything from handling online friend requests from patients to representing the profession honorably by setting personal boundaries on the web.

Additionally, Adrianne recognizes that she is an insignificant speck in the universe and Brad recounts some dumb moves he's seen nurses make on social media.

 

Social Media for Nurses: Educating Practitioners and Patients in a Networked World
By Ramona Nelson PhD BC-RN FAAN ANEF, Irene Joos PhD RN, Debra Wolf PhD MSN BSN RN