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Welcome to the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association’s Podcast Corner. This educational series is your place for hospice and palliative nursing continual learning through shared stories from the field. Join us on the second Friday of every month for inspiration, stories from our situational experts, and answers to your hospice and palliative case scenarios! This program is informational only; no contact hours will be awarded.

August 3, 2021

Ep. 18 - Palliative Nursing Leadership: Advocacy in Action

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Palliative Nursing Leadership: Advocacy in Action

This episode of HPNA Podcast Corner welcomes guests Clare Chmiel, Senior Government Affairs Analysts and Jessica Goggin, PhD, MAS, RN. Together, they shed light on the role of the nurse in palliative care advocacy, including leading the way in addressing support for advancing the care of patients and families with serious illness.

 

This episode addresses current legislation and advocacy at the national level and explores how palliative nurse leaders can impact efforts in D.C. In addition, our guests share the meaning of advocacy across institutional, local, and state levels as will as the importance of the role bioethics plays in advocating for our patients, families, colleagues, and ourselves. 

May 7, 2021

Ep. 17 - Reflections on the Importance of Certification

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On this episode of HPNA Podcast Corner, we welcome Keisha Davidson, MBA, Credentialing Programs Associate with the Hospice and Palliative Credentialing Center. Keisha reflects on the value of certification and the importance of inspiring nurses in the field of hospice and palliative care through mentorship and supportive leadership.
 

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March 19, 2021

Ep. 16 - NINR and Addressing Health Inequities Across Communities in End-of-Life and Palliative Care Research

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This episode of HPNA Podcast Corner welcomes guests Shannon N. Zenk, PhD, MS, MPH, RN, FAAN, director of the National Institute of Nursing Research and Jeri L. Miller, PhD, MS, MSc, CCC-SLP (ret), chief of End-of-Life and Palliative Care Research for the National Institute of Nursing Research Division of Extramural Science Programs. Dr. Zenk and Dr. Miller share with us insight into the NINR-supported end-of-life and palliative care research that is leading the way ​to address some of our most critical ​healthcare challenges of today. Our guests speak to the importance of ​nursing science and the role nurses have to address health inequities. The podcast describes how social determinants of health impact palliative and end-of-life care as well as the need for research that identifies effective, multi-level approaches to improve health and eliminate racial/ethnic and socioeconomic health disparities. Join us as we discover how NINR research is helping us move forward in end-of-life and palliative nursing to advance expert care in serious illness. 

 

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February 26, 2021

Ep. 15 - Patrick Coyne: A Leadership Journey in Palliative Care

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This episode of HPNA’s Podcast Corner welcomes our guest, Patrick J. Coyne, MSN, ACHPN®, ACNS-BC, FAAN, FPCN, director of palliative care at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC. In this episode, Patrick shares with us an “abbreviated” version of his journey spanning three decades in palliative care. He began his clinical work focused on cancer pain and moved into leading and directing one of the first palliative care programs in the nation. Patrick emphasizes the importance of finding your individual leadership voice to advance your palliative care contributions in caring for those with serious illness, as well as cultivating mentors and collaborators who share your vision of interdisciplinary team care management.

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January 15, 2021

Ep. 14 - Research: Evidence-Based Approaches to Inform Clinical Practice

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This episode of HPNA’s Podcast Corner welcomes HPNA’s Research Advisory Council members Dr. Heather Coats, PhD, APRN-BC, HPNA Director of Research, Dr. Jiayun Xu, PhD, RN and Dr. Suzanne S. Sullivan, PhD, MBA, RN, CHPN as they discuss how the use of research is a necessary contribution for moving forward in palliative and hospice nursing as we advance expert care in serious illness. 

Come hear about how their journey into research has informed their lives, their careers and the contributions their research has provided in building the scholarship of palliative and hospice nursing.  Through translational research approaches, we understand at a deeper level the overwhelming need to improve palliative and hospice care and know that the science is the evidence base to advance that expert care for persons and their families living with serious illness.

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August 14, 2020

Ep. 13 - Caring for the LGBTQ Community - Alexander Kemery

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This episode of HPNA’s Podcast Corner welcomes our guest Alexander Kemery, PhD, RN, Hospice and Palliative Care Nurse and assistant professor of Nursing at the University of Indianapolis. Alex talks about the importance of education, advance care planning, and humility when discussing end-of-life care with members of the LGBTQ+ community. 

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July 10, 2020

Ep. 12 - Vanessa Battista

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This episode of HPNA’s Podcast Corner welcomes our guest Vanessa Battista, MS, RN, CPNP-BC, CHPPN. In this episode, Vanessa emphasizes the importance of advocacy for our patients. She discusses how her path in pediatric palliative care led her to the bedside of a very important pediatric patient who taught her an important lesson about caring for those journeying through life’s end.

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June 5, 2020

Ep. 11 - Special Edition: Healing Through COVID-19: Finding Resilience in Times of Crisis

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Please join us for a special edition of HPNA Podcast Corner featuring Dr. Carla Cheatham, ​PhD, MA, M.Div., TRT.​ Dr. Cheatham, a specialist in the areas of burnout, moral distress, trauma, and grief, shares with us what she is seeing and hearing from healthcare workers across the country during this time of crisis. She offers tips on how to best take care of ourselves during times of uncertainty using techniques that can easily be incorporated into our practice to develop a more resilient and emotionally intelligent mindset. Dr. Cheatham inspires us with messages of hope, meaning-making, and seeing things as an opportunity rather than a threat, as we find the resilience to heal through COVID-19 and beyond.  

Dr. Cheatham began her career in social services with an MA in psychology, a certification in trauma counseling, a PhD in health and kinesiology, and a M.Div., followed by a decade of working as a hospice chaplain and bereavement coordinator.

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April 13, 2020

Ep. 10 - Special Edition: Moral Distress & Complicated Grief During COVID-19

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In this special edition of HPNA's Podcast Corner, we address moral distress and complicated grief during the COVID-19 crisis. Our guest is Kathie Supiano, PhD, LCSW, F-GSA, FT, APHSW-C, a clinical social worker and an Associate Professor in the College of Nursing. She is also the director of Caring Connections: A Hope and Comfort in Grief Program at the University of Utah College of Nursing. Kathie shares with us lessons of moral distress and its impact on frontline nurses during this unprecedented time. 
 
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March 13, 2020

Ep. 9 - Dr. Betty Ferrell

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Our guest for Episode 9 HPNA’s Podcast Corner is Dr. Betty Ferrell, Professor and Director for the Department of Nursing Research and Education for the City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center in Los Angeles, California. Betty is an RN and PhD and has a Master of the Arts in Theology, Ethics, and Culture. In addition, Dr. Ferrell holds the designation of Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing and Fellow in Palliative Care Nursing.

Betty shares with us milestones from over four decades of nursing in pain management, quality of life, and palliative care. Betty talks about the challenges and rewards encountered while working in palliative care and shares experiences that have impacted her journey. She tells her story of “this sacred work, this important work, and how we do it that really matters.” Join us as Betty reflects on her remarkable journey and shares insights into her vision for the future of hospice and palliative nursing.

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