A Paradigm Shift in Nursing: EPS 040

by | Apr 27, 2016 | 0 comments

Our next guest spoke so eloquently on the paradigm shift we are experiencing in healthcare. Sharing a fresh perspective from the administrative space and beyond, listeners are in for a jam-packed 30 minutes of inspiration, information, and fun.

A few take aways from our interview with Ann:

  • How spending a summer as a nurse’s aide impacted her professional course;
  • What keeping her eyes open and her mouth shut has done for her career;
  • And why spending time wandering the cemetery helps with future planning!

Ann Jones joins the #YourNextShift nursing career podcastAnn Kuglin Jones, RN, MSN, MBA, AOCN, FACHE, NC-BC is a proud thirty-year veteran of oncology nursing and a reformed handmaiden of the medical model of healthcare.  Ann currently enjoys being a nurse crusader, entrepreneur and health & well-being coach.  Ann’s aspirations are to complete a PhD and to research the invisible patient of the future:  caregivers. You can find and connect with Ann on social media: LinkedInTwitter,and Facebook.

 

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