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Now… if you’re looking to shift your career in any direction… this is the episode for you. Our next guest has done it ALL. And I mean that literally. From military nursing to administration… from academia to research… from business owner to poet… my goodness, we need another podcast to get the breadth and depth of this nurse in.

A few take aways from our interview with Susan include:

  • How challenges lead to exceptional opportunities;
  • Why sticking to our convictions, even when deemed unpopular, can create career success;
  • And what you can do to represent yourself as a nurse wherever you may go!

SusanSusan Farese J. Farese, MSN, RN, owner and president of SJF Communications, provides personalized Public Relations, Communications and Legal Nurse Consulting services. She has over 30 years of diversified experience in health care/communications, including clinical nursing practice, management, education/training, research, and consulting. Susan has presented numerous continuing education classes, seminars, and keynotes. She is the author of the book “Poetic Expressions in Nursing…Sharing the Caring” and has written several articles. In addition to nursing, Susan also served on the board of and was director of PR and Communications for San Diego Musical Theatre for the past four years. You can find out more and connect with Susan via her website or on Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn.

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Thank you, Elizabeth Scala, host of the ‘Your Next Shift’ podcast!

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