Put Yourself First for the Best Patient Outcomes: EPS 104

by | Jul 19, 2017 | 2 comments

Put Yourself First for the Best Patient Outcomes

If you love being a nurse, then you are going to have to start putting yourself first. This next guest inspires us both in word and action to take care of self so that we can best take care of others!

A few take aways from our interview with Jill Godby include:

  • How starting fresh every day can make for an awesome nursing career;
  • What being consistent and persistent can do for your professional development;
  • And why feeling confident and speaking up can support your growth as a nurse!

Jill Godby joins the #yournextshift #PodcastJill Godby graduated with her MSN from the University of Iowa in 2012.  She has worked in emergency, pediatrics, and is currently a nurse manager overseeing inpatient obstetrics.  Jill has a passion for family centered care and working together with patients and families for the best outcome for every patient, every time.

Jill also works from home as a leader of virtual accountability groups to help others reach their health goals with fitness programs and nutrition.   She loves helping nurses and other healthcare professionals feel confident, strong, and happy. You can find out more and connect with Jill on Facebook or Instagram.


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  1. J Keith MacDonald

    As always I tend to thoroughly enjoy your Podcasts, our brains are compatible but wired entirely differently as my questions ould not have originated in the order they seem to for you, I’m not sure which of us that speaks well for if either! But as I said most enjoyable overall as an experience!

    • Elizabeth

      Glad you enjoyed the show!


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