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A Nurse Adopt a Classroom Story: East Hospital and Eastgate Elementary(13)

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Release Date: 09/23/2020

Healthcare Evidence for Everyone: How to use evidence for health and wellness decisions (34) show art Healthcare Evidence for Everyone: How to use evidence for health and wellness decisions (34)

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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 health and wellness decisions. As leaders of the institute’s Community Core, they share more about what the core does, why it is important and how it connects with the greater community. Listeners will also hear about how easily myths and...

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Cultural Diversity Committee: A response to the need for diversity and inclusion in the workplace show art Cultural Diversity Committee: A response to the need for diversity and inclusion in the workplace

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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 on diversity, equity, inclusion in the workplace.

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EBP QuickStart: Why is evidence-based practice so important for nursing? (32) show art EBP QuickStart: Why is evidence-based practice so important for nursing? (32)

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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 patients and clinicians. Tune in to listen more about the educational programs available at Ohio State to help nurses incorporate best practices into their everyday role at the bedside. 

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Being Your Own Nurse: How to Relieve Stress with a Self-Care Plan (31) show art Being Your Own Nurse: How to Relieve Stress with a Self-Care Plan (31)

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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. Tune in to learn more about how crucial it is to build these skills and sustain resilience as nurses and frontline healthcare workers around the globe continue to practice through this pandemic.

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Sustainability: Two Nurses Fight Climate Change Where They Work show art Sustainability: Two Nurses Fight Climate Change Where They Work

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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 nurses speak to a recent sustainability project where staff implemented the use of reusable tubs to decrease single-use plastic bag usage for patient belongings. Learn more about this project and programs are available Ohio State to help others get involved with the fight against climate change.

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Brief Emotional Support Team: Simply the BEST Healthcare Peer-Support Model (29) show art Brief Emotional Support Team: Simply the BEST Healthcare Peer-Support Model (29)

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Listeners will learn about The OSU STAR Program's Brief Emotional Support Team (BEST) program - the program introduces evidence-based techniques to equip professionals in effectively responding in a crisis while also engaging in skills that build resilience to cope with chronic exposure to stress. Tune in to hear more about how this peer-support model creates a culture of compassion and helps staff learn to care for each other in the demanding, difficult, harrowing and crucial work they do each day.

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Moving Learning to the Bedside: An Introduction to Nursing Evidence-Based Practice (28) show art Moving Learning to the Bedside: An Introduction to Nursing Evidence-Based Practice (28)

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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 Nurses and learn about potential opportunities to become involved in EBP.

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Patient Care in a Global Pandemic: Telehealth Rises to the Challenge (27) show art Patient Care in a Global Pandemic: Telehealth Rises to the Challenge (27)

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With the COVID-19 pandemic drastically limiting in-person contact and appointments, healthcare providers had turn to a new tool—telehealth—to deliver care. Telehealth had multiple benefits during the pandemic by expanding access to care, reducing disease exposure for staff and patients, preserving scarce PPE supplies and reducing patient demand on facilities. Listen in to hear more about the benefits and obstacles of this new avenue of care as well as its impacts on the future landscape of health care.

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Nursing Government Affairs:  Mobilizing nurses to become active in government and community affairs (26) show art Nursing Government Affairs: Mobilizing nurses to become active in government and community affairs (26)

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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 become involved in the program and additional avenues of advocacy. 

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Study Finds Nurses' Physical, Mental Health Connected To Preventable Medical Errors (25) show art Study Finds Nurses' Physical, Mental Health Connected To Preventable Medical Errors (25)

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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 cultures placing more focus on employee wellness and personal well-being.

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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 volunteers partnered with teachers to provide regular healthcare experiences in classroom. Tune in to learn more about implementing a program like this, the outcomes of this particular group and plans for the future of this program at Ohio State.