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Welcome to the official podcast of the Australian College of Nursing (ACN), hosted by Registered Nurse and podcaster Ben Jenkins MACN. After a successful first season marking 2020 Year of the Nurse and the Midwife, the podcast is returning again in 2021! Season 2 of The ACN Podcast with Ben Jenkins MACN will cover a variety of formats including interviews with nurse leaders, community features and clinical scenarios. Be sure to subscribe to ensure you never miss an episode when they are rele ...
 
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Welcome back for what is the final episode of the ACN. Over the last two years I have had the immense honour of hosting the ACN podcast. For 35 episodes across two seasons I have spoken with some outstanding nurses and midwives from a wide-variety of clinical backgrounds and specialties, from both within and outside of the Australian College of Nur…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the ACN Podcast. In today's episode I speak with Jessica Taranto MACN. Jessica is a Clinical Nurse Consultant (CNC) for the Complex Colorectal Service and is the ANUM for the Stage 1 PACU at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne. In this episode Jessica details her experiences once on board the ship and provi…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the ACN Podcast. On today's episode I have the absolute pleasure of speaking with the Director of Army Health (DAH) and Head of the Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps (RAANC), COL Toni Bushby. Toni is a member of the Australian College of Nursing and is a strong advocate, particularly for the Military Nursing COI…
 
Hello and welcome back to another episode of the ACN podcast. In today’s episode I am joined by Cayte Hoppner. Cayte is a Member of the Australian College of Nursing (MACN) and at the time of recording is the Chief Mental Health Nurse and Executive Director of Mental Health at La Trobe Regional Hospital. In this episode we cover a range of topics f…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the ACN Podcast. In today’s episode I am very fortunate to be joined by Sonia Martin (Goodwin). Many listening would know Sonia for the incredible work that she and her team does with Sunny Street, the GP and nurse led mobile outreach service providing primary health care and coordination services for the homeless…
 
Hello and welcome back to another episode of the ACN podcast. In today's episode I speak with Dr Caleb Ferguson FACN. Caleb is a highly experienced registered nurse, especially in the area of cardiac nursing. Caleb is a Postdoctoral Fellow for the Heart Foundation and has contributed to the development of numerous national guidelines for the diagno…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the ACN Podcast. In today's episode I am joined by Jason Watterson. Jason is a Clinical Nurse Manager for the Intensive Care and Hyperbaric Unit at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. Utilising his extensive experience educating in the areas of hyperbaric and intensive care nursing Jason provides an overview of the …
 
Welcome back to another episode of the ACN Podcast. In today's episode I speak with Skye Coote. Skye is a stroke nurse practitioner and nursing coordinator for the Mobile Stroke Unit (MSU) based out of the Royal Melbourne Hospital. In the first half of the episode Skye details the role and scope of practice for a stroke nurse practitioner within th…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the ACN Podcast. In this episode I speak with Samantha Burns, a breast care nurse for the McGrath Foundation. Sam provides an overview of the increidbly imporant role she and her fellow breast care nurses perform in the care of their patients with breast cancer. Sam highlights her entry into the specialty and goes…
 
Hello my name is Ben Jenkins and welcome back to the second season of the ACN Podcast, the official podcast of the Australian College of Nursing. This season of the podcast I return to deliver three types of episodes: The first is a continuation of last-seasons interviews, whereby I spoke to nurses and midwives from a variety of clinical specialtie…
 
Welcome to the final episode of the first season of the ACN Podcast. In today's episode I speak with Suzie Hoitink FACN.Suzie has been paving the way for the specialty of Cosmetic and Aesthetic Nursing for over 15 years. In 2005 Suzie established the Clear Complexions Clinics which she went on to sell in 2017. As Suzie mentions she entered the prof…
 
In today's episode I speak with Professor Roianne West. Roianne has recently undertaken her new role as the CEO of the Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives (CATSINaM). Roianne has spent the last 25 years of her nursing career advocating for the health and inclusion of First Nation Peoples. Roianne was recently annou…
 
The 3 finalists for the 2020 Health Minister's Award for Nursing Trailblazers have been announced, with a virtual ceremony to take place to announce the winner on the 23rd of November. More information of the ceremony and the finalists can be found on the ACN website or by clicking this link. For the next three episodes I will be joined by each of …
 
The 3 finalists for the 2020 Health Minister's Award for Nursing Trailblazers have been announced, with a virtual ceremony to take place to announce the winner on the 23rd of November. More information of the ceremony and the finalists can be found on the ACN website or by clicking this link. For the next three episodes I will be joined by each of …
 
The 3 finalists for the 2020 Health Minister's Award for Nursing Trailblazers have been announced, with a virtual ceremony to take place to announce the winner on the 23rd of November. More information of the ceremony and the finalists can be found on the ACN website or by clicking this link. For the next three episodes I will be joined by each of …
 
In today's episode I'm joined by Shauna Wilson MACN. Shauna is an exceptionally active member of the ACN community. Shauna is the Co-Chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Working Party, is a member of the Men in Nursing Working Party, is an enrolled nurse and has gone on to establish and is the chair of the Enrolled Nursing COI. Shauna is also a Tra…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the ACN Podcast. Today I am fortunate to be joined by the President of the Australian College of Nursing, Professor Christine Duffield FACN. The first half of the episode shares an insight into Christine's early career, whilst the second dives into topics shared directly from the perspective of ACN's President.…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the ACN Podcast. In today’s episode I speak with an incredible clinician and academic, Dr Rosemarie Boland. Rose has extensive experience in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at the Royal Children’s Hospital; has been an educator for the Paediatric Infant Perinatal Emergency Retrieval (PIPER) service for ove…
 
As a profession we are all impacted in some way by what is happening with the COVID-19 pandemic. As many nurses, midwives and health professionals are performing their roles day-to-day, it is important now moreso than ever that they are supported and protected as much as possible. It's heartbreaking to learn the sheer number of health professionals…
 
Welcome to a very special episode in celebration of ACN's 'Nursing in the Community Week', sponsored by Regal Home Health.In this episode I speak with Professor Liz Halcomb FACN. Liz is a prominent name within the specialty of Primary Health Care Nursing. Liz's research has gone on to have a significant influence internationally. So much so that Li…
 
Welcome back to another episode of The ACN Podcast. In today's episode I speak with Flight Nurse Matthew Jensen. Matt started his nursing career within the Emergency Department at the Royal Brisbane Women's Hospital. After meeting his wife, Matt decided to make the move with his family to the United States where he currently works on rotary wing ai…
 
Welcome back to Part 2 of a two-part series with Professor Debra Thoms, former CEO of ACN and Commonwealth Chief Nursing & Midwifery Officer. In this episode Debra details her remarkable leadership journey. From ACN CEO, to the top position of Commonwealth CNMO, Debra speaks of her motivation for undertaking these positions; what these roles involv…
 
Welcome back to another episode of The ACN Podcast! I am incredibly excited to share the journey of former ACN CEO, and Commonwealth Chief Nursing & Midwifery Officer, Professor Debra Thoms. Professor Thoms has led an extraordinary career, and epitomises what can be accomplished with a lot of hard work, dedication, self-drive and passion for nursin…
 
Welcome back to another episode of The ACN Podcast. Today I speak with Emily Ragus. Emily is a highly experienced registered nurse. After initially starting her career within the Emergency Department in one of Queensland’s trauma centre’s, Emily transitioned into Flight Nursing. Emily has an absolute wealth of experience, and I look forward to shar…
 
Welcome back to another episode of The ACN Podcast with Ben Jenkins MACN. Today I speak with Professor Debra Jackson AO FACN. For the last 6.5 years, Professor Jackson has been the Editor in Chief of the prestigious, Journal of Clinical Nursing. Professor Jackson currently works at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS); and is a Visiting Profes…
 
Welcome back to another episode of The ACN Podcast with Ben Jenkins MACN. On today's episode I speak with Mark Aitken from Nurse & Midwife Support. "Nurse & Midwife Support (NM Support) is the first national telephone and online service to offer health support to nurses and midwives in Australia. It is free, confidential and available 24/7".NM Supp…
 
Welcome back to another episode of The ACN Podcast with Ben Jenkins MACN. On today's episode I speak with Helen Zahos.Helen has been a nurse and paramedic for over 20 years. Helen's story is one that has inspired me. Whilst Helen has done some incredible things throughout her career, including: volunteering in IDP camps in Kabul; responding to the …
 
Welcome back to another episode of the ACN Podcast. On today's episode I speak with Dr Jamie Ranse FACN. Jamie currently works as a Research Fellow, in the area of Emergency Care, at Griffith University. Jamie's primary areas of research include Mass Gatherings, and Disaster Health. Along with his research, Jamie holds prominent leadership position…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the ACN Podcast. As a lot of us are self-isolating at this time, it makes it quite difficult to deliver content in the way that we’re used to. I know over the last few years as I've gone through uni a lot of the education space has tended to move more and more into online education, however with COVID19, this is e…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the ACN Podcast. With ANZAC Day approaching, I spoke with Sharon Bown MACN. Sharon has been an active member within the ACN community for quite a number of years; and I was incredibly appreciative of her time to be on the podcast.Sharon served in the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) as a Nursing Officer for close…
 
Welcome back to another episode of The ACN Podcast. This has been an episode I have been looking forward to releasing for months. It has been formally approved through all chain of commands. Today's guest is MAJ Kylie Hasse. Many ACN members will recognise that name. MAJ Hasse has been an active member within our community for quite a while; most r…
 
Welcome back to another episode of The ACN Podcast. I have been incredibly excited to release this episode for a few months. This was one of the first episodes I recorded for the podcast. On today's episode, I speak with Dr Helen Haines.For more than 32 years, Dr Haines has been a registered nurse and midwife; spending the vast majority of that tim…
 
Welcome back to another episode of The ACN Podcast! On today's episode, I interview Dr Jessica Stokes-Parish. Dr Stokes-Parish has over 10 years experience as a registered nurse; and is heavily involved in the Simulation community. Dr Stokes-Parish holds positions as Officer to the Board, and Chair of the Women in Simulation Committee for Simulatio…
 
Originally from Sydney, Dr Patricia Davidson has led as Dean of Nursing, at Johns Hopkins University, during a time their nursing programs has consistently been ranked amongst the top in the world. Topics of today's episode include establishing a positive working culture; innovation; and lessons learned from Dr Davidson's incredible nursing career.…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the ACN Podcast. On today’s episode, I interview the CEO of the Australian College of Nursing, Adjunct Professor Kylie Ward FACN. We cover a host of topics, starting with what the ACN is, and it’s purpose; Kylie announces some BIG projects on the way this year; and we finish with Kylie’s vision for the future of A…
 
Hello, and welcome to the ACN Podcast, the official podcast of the Australian College of Nursing. My name is Ben Jenkins. I’m a member of ACN, and a third year Registered Nurse. For the first two years of my career, I documented my experiences of starting as a graduate nurse into the Intensive Care Unit, then into the Emergency Department, via the …
 
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