We are honored to have had such fabulous nurses in our recurring Nurse Entrepreneur Series, and we want you to have this rich resource all in one place.
You’ll be inspired by the wide breadth of expertise and skills each of these nurse entrepreneurs brings to the table and the impact they are each making on healthcare delivery.
Learn more about who they are, what they do, and the advice they give to those who want to follow in their footsteps.
Mental health practice
Suzanne Drake, PhD, APN, board certified clinical specialist and owner of The Wellness Group of New Jersey, LLC. Suzanne provides a variety of mental health services to individuals, couples, and families, including psychotherapy, psychiatric evaluation, medication management, and wellness counseling.
Vascular access agency
Jamie L Howard-Hamm, RN, BSN, VA-BC, founder and CEO of Vascular Access Plus, a unique nurse-run agency in Omaha, Neb., that is dedicated to providing patients with access to high-quality vascular access care.
Adult day care facility
Diabetes education services
Beverly Thomassian, RN, MPH, CDE, BC-ADM, registered nurse, diabetes educator and founder of Diabetes Education Services. Beverly is dedicated to making an impact in diabetes education through training clinicians and teaching patients how to take control of the disease.
Foot care services
Sara Genta, RN, BSN, CFCN, owner of Healthy Feet: RN Foot Care Services. Sara provides foot care services in the Portland, Ore., area to individuals who are unable to care for their own feet because of medical reasons, lack of mobility, etc.
Cancer treatment guide
Yoga teacher, health and wellness speaker
Writer, podcast host, and nurse coach
And finally, Keith Carlson, RN, BSN, NC-BC, and Nurse.com’s new career columnist. Keith is a nurse coach, a writer, a co-host of RNFM Radio and has launched his podcast, The Nurse Keith Show, earlier this year. This article, featuring Keith’s work, was the inspiration for the Nurse Entrepreneur Series.
Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit? What nurse entrepreneur specialties would you like to learn more about?
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WEB337: Human Trafficking
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Human trafficking is a secretive yet widespread form of slavery that is a problem on a global scale. Many may not realize the widespread scope of trafficking operations in the United States. It is difficult to track the scope of trafficking because of the underground or hidden nature of activities. Most victims in the U.S. are unwilling participants in the sex trade. This webinar provides information about referral resources, tools, assessment data and reporting to help the healthcare team identify and help victims.
WEB342: Speedy Spanish for Healthcare Providers
(1 contact hour)
Have you thought about learning Spanish? Would you like to be able to confidently “speak the basics” with patients? This introductory and fun webinar will help you learn to greet patients, translate activities of daily living or help a Spanish speaker navigate through an appointment or hospital stay in Spanish. No prior knowledge of Spanish is required. Learn key phrases to help you speak Spanish immediately. If you know some Spanish already, this course will help you learn about “errors in translation” and strategies to increase your medical Spanish.