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- Emergency Nurses Association 8
- ENA 8
- UVA Democracy Initiative 2
- AHEC 1
- Alaska Community Health Aide/Practitioner 1
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James Conway (69) shares with Maureen Connor (67) his journey and profound learning as a healthcare executive in patient- and family-centered care, through partnership with patients, family members, staff, clinical/administrative leaders, and trustees.
Emergency nurse Dayna James thought she had the most secure job in the world, but the pandemic knocked her out of work and wondering how her family would pay its bills. James tells 2020 ENA Foundation Chairperson Jim Hoelz about...
Angela Kwok (44) and One Small Step partner, Helen Leddy (84), exchange overlapping interests and concerns over disability along with the American health care system.
Friends Nathalie Dougé (36) and Georgia Davies (35) talk about their work as hospital physicians during the COVID-19 pandemic. They reflect on community engagement, burnout, and the inspiration behind their careers in medicine.
Greg Slawski (55) speaks with his co-worker Pamela Endo (50) about their time together at Gift of Hope and what they've learned about their work.
The 2019 Rural Health Scholars conversed about the underutilized practice of medical home visits in a rural setting with Dr. Mike Collins.
One Small Step conversation partners Gunner Hodgson (33) and Jackie Cason (60) discuss their backgrounds, personal political values, and reflect on people who share similar political beliefs.
As they worked on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dustin Bass and Jamie Stephens-Davenport also faced the daunting challenge of pivoting the biggest conference for emergency nurses from a celebration in Las Vegas to a fully virtual experience....
We talked about her medical practice for the past thirty years in Rural Alaska.
Sandra Perez and Nyssa Entrekin talk about similar experiences as care givers and navigating grief. We talk about our relationships with our parents, navigating the healthcare system, and managing grief. This was inspired by Sandra Perez's dad, Rodrigo Perez (who...
Friends Justin Vigdor (92), John Horvath (91), and Thomas O'Connor (55) share a conversation on the history of Al Sigl and the dreams of how they would like to see it continue to grow.
[Recorded Monday, February 21, 2022] Karen (58) and Amy (62) recorded a One Small Step conversation together in Charlottesville, Virginia. They discussed motherhood, military service, health, and media literacy.
One Small Step partners, Nancy Key (73) and Jamie Franklin (63) discuss the intersection of faith and politics, abortion rights, and policies they support.
Friends Greg Adams (59) and Elizabeth "Beth" Storm Rule (47) talk about grief, the fragility of life, and their work caring for patients and families at Arkansas Children's Hospital. They reflect on the passing of Beth's husband and the impact...
Sara Nichols (50), Executive Director Open Arms Clinic, has a conversation with her colleague Shannon McCarthy (37) about how Open Arms Free Clinic came to be.
ENA Senior Manager of Education Program Development Monica Kolbuk talks with Jen Johnston, a nurse educator who saw firsthand the important value of ENA’s Emergency Nurse Residency Program.
2021 ENA President Ron Kraus and ENA CEO Nancy MacRae look back on the year and how the association adapted, overcame, and elevated itself amid new pandemic-driven challenges in 2021.
2022 ENA President Jennifer Schmitz and ENA CEO Nancy MacRae discuss how ENA and emergency nurses recharged in 2022.
Questions were asked about the health care system and education for the town and county
Jason Becker And Joewell Jackson, two Radford University students, talk about the finer points of healthcare.
ENA Chief Executive Officer Nancy MacRae and 2020 ENA President Mike Hastings reflect on the challenges faced and the triumphs achieved by emergency nurses and ENA during amid the coronavirus pandemic in 2020.
Colleagues Kasia Laskowski (34) and Deidra Heuring (43) talk about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on health care workers, the things that kept them going amid challenging times, and their hopes for the future.
In this we talked about who and what motivates her and what she is proudest of in her life regarding school and relationships.