High Tech & High Touch in Nursing: EPS 049

by | Jun 29, 2016 | 0 comments

This next guest truly is an entrepreneur in every sense of the word. And what I loved about this interview, is not only is our guest constantly looking forward to her next career chapter… she’s weaved the passion for nursing throughout all of her success.

A few take aways from our interview with Meg include:

  • How a nurse can integrate both high tech and high touch into the same career;
  • What being wide open to change can do for your professional path;
  • And why a habitual routine of always changing it up invites fun into nursing!

Meg Maley joins the #YourNextShift podcast with Elizabeth ScalaMeg Maley RN, BSN has spent her career in diverse aspects of oncology nursing. She was the co-founder and CEO of an oncology specific home health agency and is now co-founder and CEO of CanSurround, a tech-based, emotional support system completely focused on reducing distress and enhancing wellbeing during the cancer experience. You can find out more and connect with Meg via Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.


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