In the July update, Kati updates listeners on the new schedule for the FreshRN Podcast for the foreseeable future.
The FreshRN® Podcast focuses on a wide variety of nursing topics and issues specific to newly licensed nurses and graduating nursing students. This page includes show notes plus additional details and resources for each podcast episode. View the FreshRN® Podcast page for more information about the podcast.
Get ready to learn about what it’s like to be a military nurse! In this episode, Julie shares with us what it’s like to work in the military vs a civilian nurse. Plus what she wishes she knew as a new grad.
Join Kati and Dr. Rodney as they discuss her unique professional journey, the origins of her interest in mental health and why she loves it so much, as well as thoughts about the future of our profession.
Join Kati and Nurse Mo as they discuss helpful traits to develop as a new grad nurse. These traits will help you as a new nurse and beyond.
“Fake it til you make it” is a common term we use to encourage people who are learning in a really intimidating and challenging environment. In this episode, Kati discusses why she’s not a fan of that saying.
Today, I’m joined by Irnise Williams who is both a nurse and an attorney. We discuss legal considerations for nurses, the realistic likelihood of malpractice situations, and how we can take charge of our day-to-day lives at the bedside.
Digital stethoscopes are all the rage. But are digital stethoscopes worth the money? Join Kati as she discusses this topic.
Should I work in the ICU as a New Grad? A Fresh RN VIP asked if it would be wise to work in the ICU as a new grad. Listen for Kati’s perspective and some Q&A from her Instagram followers.
Have you wondered what’s an Awake and Walking ICU? Join me for an interview with Kali Dayton, DNP AGACNP on this topic.
Many nurses have a lot of questions about malpractice insurance. Let’s go over some of those common questions about malpractice insurance for nurses.
This week I talked with Lori Brown about the RaDonda Vaught Trail about what it means for nurses and professional liability insurance.
The RaDonda Vaught trial has been a major issue for the nursing community. Let’s dive into what actually happened and what I think this means for nurses.
This podcast is available on iTunes, iHeartRadio, Spotify, and Google Play Articles contain affiliate links. For more information on affiliate links, click here. Who You’ll Hear Kati Kleber, MSN RN – Nurse educator, former cardiac med-surg/stepdown and neurocritical care nurse, author, speaker William Kelly, MSN, FNP-C – Family Nurse Practitioner who runs Health And Willness. former telemetry nurse, […]
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Publication bias results from the selective publication of studies. In this episode we discuss exploring publication bias and what it means.
Communicating with loved ones can be hard. These communication tips – your loved ones can help make these conversations more effective.
No one likes difficult conversations. These communication tips – difficult conversations can help make these conversations a little better.
Struggling with communication with your patients? These communication tips – Patients and their support systems can help.
We have heard a lot about a nursing shortage. In this bonus episode I deconstruct the NY Times article and share my thoughts on the nursing shortage.
Struggling with communication with your team? These Communication Tips – Other Members of the Healthcare Team can help.