Conversations at the end of life, culture of childbirth in hospital, tracking flu with twitter, and we’ll look at the challenges of recognizing sepsis and and the resources from the sepsis alliance in a special interview segment. If that’s what you’re looking for, you found it. It’s the Nursing Show.

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Welcome to the Show

Good day and welcome to this week’s episode of the Nursing Show podcast for nurses, by nurses. I’m your host Jamie Davis and I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for checking out the show this week. First up, in this week’s nursing news items we’ll look at some important articles looking at both the beginning and ending of life.

Then in this week’s special tip interview segment I have an interview with Susan Irick from the Sepsis Alliance at Sepsis.org. We’ll talk about the importance of every nurse being a bedside sepsis detective. We’ll have that and more later in this episode after the news.

If you want to get back in touch with me, please drop me an email. You can send those e-mails in to NursingShow@Gmail.com. I love to hear from you and I make sure I respond back to every email that comes in. Send me links to news items you’d like me to cover, interview suggestions with you or somebody you know.

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News Links – 

Conversations at End-Of-Life and Nurses

Changing Hospital Culture Around Childbirth

Journal Article on Access to Laborist and Midwives

Using Social Media to Track Flu Outbreaks

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Tip of the Week – Sepsis Alliance and Nurses

Susan Irick, Nurse and Sepsis Survivor

Susan Irick, Nurse and Sepsis Survivor

Sepsis Alliance is a charitable organization run by a team of dedicated laypeople and healthcare professionals who share a strong commitment to battling sepsis. The organization was founded in 2007, by Dr. Carl Flatley, whose daughter Erin died of sepsis when she was 23 years old. The Sepsis Alliance was created to raise sepsis awareness among both the general public and healthcare professionals.

Infection awareness can and does save lives, yet fewer than half of American adults have ever heard the word. Sepsis Alliance also gives a voice to the millions of people who have been touched by sepsis – to the survivors, and the friends and family members of those who have survived or who have died. Survivors and those left behind often feel as if they are alone. Join me as I chat with Susan Irick, a Nurse Practitioner who is the Disease Manger for Pneumonia and Sepsis at Northeast Georgia Health System.

Link:

Sepsis Alliance Resources for Nurses

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