Nurse Advocate Inspires the Nursing Profession: EPS 045

by | Jun 1, 2016 | 4 comments

Our next guest is all about advocacy. For nurses, for the nursing profession, for patients and families. Through a 40+ nursing career, with lots of twists and turns, this interview is sure to touch your heart and inspire you to do more.

A few take aways from our interview with Anne:

  • How going outside of your comfort zone can open up opportunities in your nursing career;
  • What can be learned from not doing well on standardized tests in nursing;
  • And why bringing new people in to nursing through networking can be fun and rewarding!

Anne Llewellyn joins Elizabeth Scala on the #YourNextShift podcastAnne Llewellyn, RN-BC, MS, BHSA, CCM, CRRN is a healthcare leader with over 40 years of expertise as a critical care nurse, case manager, professional patient advocate, educator and editor in chief of a national publication, Case In Point. Anne is the author of Nurse Advocate, a healthcare Blog that provides information to consumers, caregivers and healthcare professionals to improve the current healthcare system. Anne has written and lectured nationally and internationally on case management, patient advocacy and care coordination. You can connect with Anne further on via Twitter, Google+, or Pinterest.


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  1. Dr. Marilyn StonerMarilyn Stoner

    Thanks for this great show. Ann is very generous in describing the ups and downs of nursing education – lifelong learning. I was especially touched by the early memory of a educational leader who pronounced an early prophecy on her career with a single test score. Tests are not, cannot be predictive of future success, there is no such test available..

    • Elizabeth

      Hi Marilyn, Thanks for your feedback! I am glad to hear that you enjoyed the program. It is just wonderful that we have so much awesome diversity in nursing.

  2. Chriss Wheeler RN, MSN, CCM

    Thanks for having Anne on your program. I am very fortunate that Anne has agreed to be my mentor as I have ventured into being a consultant. Anne is very caring and wise.

    • Elizabeth

      Wow, what an honor. Anne is an exceptional nurse and I am sure that you will very much enjoy the mentorship.


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