Nursing Care in the Real World
Nurses, what is one way that you can educate your patients? How about being on the flip side of nursing? Actually experiencing what a patient you may care for has gone through? This next guest not only cares for and educates her patients through presence, care, empathy, and connection… she also has a lived experience of living with Lyme disease. Tune in for a fun and uplifting episode that will surely inspire you to take professional action.
A few take aways from our interview with Cindy Kennedy MS, FNP-BC include:
- How a simple touch can be a routine practice for career success;
- What listening to one person can do for your nursing career;
- And why having a sense of humor makes a world of difference!
Cindy Kennedy MS, FNP-BC has been working as a nurse for more than 30 years, and as a nurse practitioner in women’s health for the past 19 years. She has suffered with Lyme disease, and now uses her medical background and podcast series, “Living With Lyme”, to help those suffering with Lyme disease. The podcasts can be found at http://livingwithlyme.us/. You can also connect with Cindy on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
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