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The Nursing Science & Complexity Podcast features conversations with nursing professionals, leading practitioners and researchers who are exploring how complexity is influencing the understanding, diversity and impact of nursing science.
Episode 4: Complexity and Climate Change: The Impact of Nurse Leaders
Teddie Potter PhD and Katie Huffling MS, RN, CNM, FAAN join series host Mike Taylor RN, MHA to explore the relationship of climate change, global healthcare and health education. This discussion will tackle the complex nature of meeting these challenges through action and advocacy .
Following nurse leaders, the podcasts explores inspirations and ideas for how we can make this world healthier for everyone. The podcast aims to showcase the work of nurses in environmental health, increase awareness of the various environmental concerns impacting health, and to engage and empower nurses in addressing concerns in practice settings to promote healthy people and environments.
NHE Season 3 #15 Nurses Drawdown!
Nurses are Standing up to Climate Change And launching the new global effort Nurses Drawdown! Through this partnership between the Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments and Project Drawdown, nurses around the world are invited to participate in science-based actions that reduce greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to global warming. Check out Nurses Drawdown to learn more about FIVE key areas for action that will help reduce global warming while building health and resilience for individuals and communities.
Nursing leaders from across the nation have been developing Nurses Drawdown for the past year. In this podcast seven members of this group of founders and developers of Nurses Drawdown discuss how it got started, how it works and what their hopes are for Nurses Drawdown. The podcast guests are:
- Katie Huffling, CNM, Executive Director the Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments
- Teddie Potter, PhD, RN, Professor University of Minnesota
- Cara Cook, MSN, RN, Program Manager the Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments
- Trisha Mims, MSN, MBA, RN, HCM, Director of Program and Education, National Student Nurses’ Association
- Claire Phillips, DNP Student, RN, University of Minnesota
- Barbara Sattler, DrPH, RN, Professor University of San Francisco