Step Up to All Levels of Nursing: EPS 033

by | Mar 9, 2016 | 0 comments

Our next guest is a true inspiration. Having gone through all levels of nursing degrees, she now shares this education, expertise, and experience with audiences nationwide. It was a true honor to get to know and connect with our guest today… and hear about all of the great things she is doing for the nursing profession.

A few take aways from our interview with Marilyn:

  • How transformation infuses everything she does;
  • What leaving a job after only three months’ time taught her;
  • And why listening to podcasts is one of her favorite professional habits!

Marilyn Stoner Joins the #YourNextShift Podcast with Elizabeth ScalaDr. Marilyn Stoner has been a nurse since 1978, when she graduated with an ADN. Since then she has stepped on every step of the educational ladder –all the way to PhD. Marilyn has worked in critical care, fell in love with hospice in 1980s, and been there ever since. She loves research and writing. You can find out more about Marilyn at or TV Nurses Talk. You can also connect with Marilyn at or on Twitter.

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


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