Take Calculated Risks to Reach Nursing Goals: EPS 180

by | Jan 23, 2019 | 1 comment

Take Calculated Risks to Reach Nursing Goals

Have you ever had an experience that didn’t quite go so well? What did you do? Did you get upset and beat yourself up? Or, did you do like this next guest did and turned that challenge into an opportunity?  

A few take aways from our interview with Christopher Caulfield RN, NP-C MSN include:

  • How spending time each day to prioritize goals can move you towards future success;
  • What taking calculated risks can do for your professional growth;
  • And why poor training may actually help your nursing career in the long run!

Chris Caulfield joins the #yournextshift #podcastChristopher Caulfield RN, NP-C MSN is co-founder and chief nursing officer at IntelyCare, the intelligent workforce management solution for post-acute healthcare facilities. Prior to founding IntelyCare, Chris held multiple roles in long term care nursing, nursing informatics, labor relations, case management, and as an urgent care nurse practitioner. For more information and to connect with Chris, visit him on his website, LinkedIn, Twitter or Facebook.


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1 Comment

  1. Erica Schoenike

    Thank you for sharing your experiences of finding growth in the “setbacks” and how you do that with goals and prioritizing them. Sometimes we need to give ourselves a taste of our own medicine 🙂
    Also thank you for being a change agent, identifying the staffing needs and creating a solution to the problem. In my past experience working acute care, I have been there working that extra long shift and agreeing one to many times to “pick up extra”. Doing so ultimately resulted in my personal burnout. Learning how to identify, prevent, and overcome burnout are critical lessons to learn as a nurse.
    Thank you Elizabeth for sharing your own experiences as well as the experiences of others so that we all can learn. These discussions help me and I’m sure others to not feel like we are alone in these types of situations.



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