A podcast series that features conversations with national luminaries in healthcare on topics ranging from racial disparities in the nursing profession to the challenges and innovations of being a nurse during a global pandemic. Hosted by Lawana Brown, MSN, WHNP-BC Director and Assistant Professor Women's Health Nurse Practitioner online program at Regis College.

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Nursing in Her Blood

Overcoming initial queasiness, Trudy Gaillard, PhD, RN, CDE, FAHA became a nationally acclaimed nurse educator and researcher.

Navy Nurse

At the dawn of the COVID crisis, Captain Cathy Durham came to the rescue of New York Hospitals.

Call the Nurse Midwife

Sharon Rising, MSN is at the center of an alternative healthcare option for pregnant women.

A Means to a Lens

ICU Nurse Alan Hawes drew on his years as a photojournalist to document the pandemic.

Nursing on the Night Shift

Occupational health nurse Kathy Ohlmann explains why sleep is as important to health as diet and exercise.

Nurse on the Hill

Working in Congress, Alison Hernandez RN, PhD Realized that Nurses are Natural Policy Experts.