Chamberlain University has created this new podcast as a series to feature the stories of students, alumni, faculty and our Chamberlain colleagues – in and beyond the walls of our campuses. Your host, Kate Rice, will lead conversations about “hot topics” that impact the world of healthcare and our communities. The podcast will air every Thursday, starting today. We will post a podcast player in a blog (like this) every week. You can also sign up for The Chamberlain Care Podcast RSS Feed to have the podcast delivered straight to your inbox and so you are sure you’ll never miss an episode.
The inaugural episode of The Chamberlain Care Podcast is titled “All Things NCLEX” and our guest is the Associate Dean of Student Learning at Chamberlain’s Charlotte campus. Barbara Oppenheim – MSN, BSN, BLS, ACLS, PALS is affectionately known as “Ms. O” by her students and colleagues. Today we’re talking to her about her journey from RN to becoming a nurse educator and her advice for students who are about to take the NCLEX.
Thanks for listening – and be sure to subscribe to The Chamberlain Care Podcast RSS Feed so that you don’t miss a single upcoming episode. Do you have a topic you’d like to see us cover? Or maybe you know someone you think would be a fantastic guest? If so, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the word PODCAST in the subject line. We’ll give you a shoutout on air if we use your idea.
We'll be back next week with Episode 002, titled "The Youngest Student in Chamberlain's History." Tune in to find out whose story we'll be telling.
By Kate Rice
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