Know thy Self… to Love Your Career! EPS 081

by | Feb 8, 2017 | 0 comments

Here’s an inspiring, motivating, and super supportive episode. This next guest truly showcases her support for nurses, nursing students, and the profession of nursing overall!

A few take aways from our interview with Lydia include:

  • How assessing the environment- past, present, and future can impact your career;
  • Why a large family led her to find nursing;
  • And what curiosity and self-reflection can do for you as a nurse!

Dr. Lydia Mejia-Johnson Joins the #yournextshift PodcastDr. Lydia Mejia-Johnson is faculty at the University of Missouri at Columbia, Sinclair School of Nursing. She has a Doctorate from the University of Kansas Medical Center and is certified as a Certified Healthcare Financial Professional, focusing of teaching and research in areas of healthcare financial management, leadership, ethics, and clinical practice. Lydia’s publications consist of integrative literature and evaluative reviews. You can find out more and connect with Lydia via Twitter or LinkedIn.

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


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