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This Week- Interview with Anne Robinson at NTI 2011

In this episode, host Jamie Davis travels to Chicago to attend the NTI 2011 conference (National Teaching Institute) put on by the AACN (American Association of Critical-care Nurses). Joining the Podmedic on this discussion is Anne Robinson and they talk about nurses attending these types of conferences, why they should attend such, what they can take from it, how it could help them professionally, how they become better nurses because of it and more.

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  1. […] The latest podcast of The Nursing Show has host Jamie Davis interviewing in Chicago at a critical nurses conference.. Anne Robinson, the guest discusses the use of hypothermia in resuscitation efforts. […]

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