Accompany Others By Being Real as a Nurse
Advocate for patients. Listen to their needs. Be real with them as they transition through life. This next guest is passionate about all things palliative care.
A few take aways from our interview with Suzanne Mitchell RN, BSN, CHPN include:
- How being a nurse since before the days of CPR can teach you a lot about nursing;
- Why listening and understanding the patient is best for your nursing career;
- And what a compassionate and caring death can teach you about life!
Suzanne Mitchell RN, BSN, CHPN has been a nurse since 1964. Suzanne has worked with Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, serving as her Program Coordinator. Suzanne established a hospital-based accredited Hospice and Senior Day program. She completed a Geriatric Nurse Practitioner course, provided CEU seminars on various health care issues, and has worked as Clinical Manager at large (500 patients) Hospice. Currently, Suzanne is a Palliative Care Consultant and Nurse Entrepreneur. You can find out more and connect with Suzanne via her website, Facebook, or LinkedIn.
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