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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