Success Requires Action: EPS 73

by | Dec 14, 2016 | 2 comments

Wow, week after week, I find myself even more motivated than the last. This next guest has it all. Introspection. Vision and dream work. And of course, most importantly, a take action mentality.

A few take aways from our interview with Tim include:

  • How healthcare is ripe for disruption… and what that really means to us as nurses;
  • Why he calls his career arrival in nursing a ‘bent arrow’ story;
  • And what professional habit you NEED to be doing to be successful in nursing!

Tim Raderstorf, MSN, RN has the honor of serving as the first Chief Innovation Officer at The Ohio State University College of Nursing, where he also is a Clintim-raderstorfical Instructor of Practice and DNP student. Tim’s healthcare experience spans from neurosurgical research on Tethered Spinal Cord Syndrome, designing clinical spaces, developing educational programs to improve skills of the healthcare workforce in India, and transitioning organizations into new physical locations.  His true passion lies within the development of novel commercial innovations to enhance patient outcomes. Outside of his role at OSU, Raderstorf owns with small real estate firm, volunteers at Flying Horse Farms, a camp for children with serious illnesses, and is an avid curator of curiosity. You can connect with Tim via Twitter or LinkedIn.

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


  1. Clifton Joullian R.N., B.S.N. The Nurse Farmer

    I could also learn to ‘listen’ a little more versus ‘trying to solve the problem’. Sometimes, there is not necessarily a problem to solve. People just want to be heard. Thanks, Tim!

    • Elizabeth

      Glad to hear you enjoyed and learned from the episode, Cliff! Thank you!!


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