Each Friday, Dr. Lisa Beasley, a Family Nurse Practitioner, interviews guests who are experts in their field. The podcast content reflects advocacy for rural health, vulnerable populations & health policy.
Dr. Dee Blakney, a Family Nurse Practitioner and Acute Care Nurse Practitioner has a clinic in two small towns in West Tennessee, and Dr. Sarah Rhoads a nurse practitioner and nurse researcher with a special interest in rural health access and technological use in health and medicine.
Dr. Wendy Likes, Dean of the UTHSC CON discusses the rich history of the CON, and current and future endeavors of the CON.
Dr. April Kapu DNP, APRN, ACNP-BC, FAANP, FCCM, FAAN - President of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) discusses the APN role, NPs dedication during the pandemic, legislative hot topics and self-care.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This week's guests include the Director for the Shelby County Crime Victims and Rape Crisis Center and Dr. Christie Manasco. Ms. Bromley sheds light on the prevalence of domestic violence and provides statistics and resources. Dr. Manasco shares her own personal family story related to domestic violence. This episode is dedicated to Cathy and all the Cathys out there who have lost hope.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Listen as Dr. Eric Bailey & Ms. Brenda Fortney recount stories of how the strong women in their lives fought courageous battles of breast cancer and how the memories of these women are honored through the sharing of these stories.
Director of Partnerships, Kristina Whiton-O'Brien and Organizing Director, Leah Ford with Vot-ER discuss the importance of healthcare providers & their role in registering patients to vote. Listen as they talk about the Vot-ER vision of how healthy communities power an inclusive democracy.