Renee Thompson has more than 20 years of experience encompassing clinical practice, education, and executive leadership across the continuum of care. Renee is the author of “ 'Do No Harm' Applies to Nurses Too! Strategies to protect and bully-proof yourself at work." She speaks nationwide to healthcare organizations and academic institutions motivating her audience at keynote addresses, professional conferences, workshops, and seminars. Her presentations and seminars focus on improving clinical and professional competence, eliminating nurse-to-nurse bullying, effective communication and leadership, building a positive and healthy workplace, and nurturing a culture of respect.

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Linda Bark PhD, RN, MCC, NC-BC pioneered new professional pathways by starting a private nursing practice in 1970, bringing holistic nursing to hospitals, working as a holistic coach in the 80s, and consulting nationwide to start up holistic healing centers in the 90s. She continues to teach integral coaching work in her private practice as an integral life/health/business coach. Her coaching manual, The Wisdom of the Whole, won first place in 2012 in the category of Professional Development by the American Journal of Nursing. Whether she's leading a medical tour to China or offering coach training Playshops, nothing makes her happier than to co-create experiences that empower people and help them feel a sense of ease, fun

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During this National Nurses Week episode of RN.FM Radio, we will be joined by Susan Sullivan, BSN, MSN, who serves as the Secretary for the National Nursing Network Organization (NNNO). Susan Sullivan recently retired after more than 45 years in nursing, the final 20 of which were in Public Health. After completing her BSN at California State University, Los Angeles and her MSN at Loma Linda University, Susan worked for 10 years as Nursing Supervisor in a large acute hospital and taught nursing at Long Beach City College. During the latter half of her nursing career, Susan worked in public health where her leadership experiences in the acute hospital and teaching helped prepare her for the challenges she found in community nursing. An accomplished nurse with a career focus on public health, Susan will speak with us specifically about the campaign to create the position of a National Nurse for Public Health within the Public Health Service. We will discuss the bill that is now before Congress (HR 485), the legislators who are supporting the bill, and how you can become involved and support this exciting campaign!

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