In this episode of the NP Business Matters Podcast, I speak with Amelia Roberts, RN.
She notes that business has always been in her blood and that early on she started out by selling potholders to her grandmother's friends.
But on to nursing school and still looking for business ideas and being surprised about how someone could make money in cat grooming, and how it leads to even further ideas.
You'll even hear me giggle abou...
Join me for this episode of the NP Business Matters podcast as we talk with Dr. Deb Kiley, DNP, ANP, FAANP about wellness for clinicians as well as our patients.
There is no denying that 2020 has been a year of stress, loss, and chaos for most clinicians. While many are doing well, some are challenged.
Deb offers us several ideas we can use to care for ourself including:
In this episode of the NP Business Matter Podcast, I'm talking with Irene Bean DNP, FNP, PMHNP, FAANP. Irene is a business owner and is the founder of the Tennessee Nurse Practitioner Association and is also currently the state representative for TN for AANP.
Our conversation was not long enough to cover all we wanted, but we did talk about how Irene got started in business and the importance of planning and how all that perta...
In this episode of the NP Business Matter Podcast, I talk with Nancy E. Dirubbo, DNP, FNP, FAANP. Nancy was, to the best of my knowledge the 2nd Nurse Practitioner in the US to open her own practice and has a lot of experience and wisdom to share about her time as a business owner, professional involvement, lessons learned, and the development of NPs going forward to full practice authority.
We talk about a variety of topics, some o...
In this first episode of the NP Business Matters Podcast, Barbara C Phillips talks about the steps to take before you start your business. It starts with some assessment and research. She discusses:
Welcome to the NP Business Matters Podcast: The Business of Being a Nurse Practitioner. In this short episode, I give you an overview of what to expect on this podcast. I also ask you, what you want to hear.
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