Mary Michelucci on SF St. Luke’s Discriminatory Hiring and Terri Tate on Lateral Violence | Show 247
Dan’s back from Disneyland and updates us on the new and improved “It’s a Small World” ride. Anyone who has ever been to Disneyland knows just how annoying this ride was—get ready—Danny boy says it’s even worse now—but hey, don’t tell your kids.Casey and Dan visit with an RN from San Francisco’s St. Luke’s Hospital. The hospital has recently been under fire for discriminatory hiring practices. This is yet another issue that has plagued the hospital since Sutter Health took it over.
Later in the show we visit with RN consultant and inspirational speaker Terri Tate. Terri introduces a very sensitive topic known as “lateral violence,” or nurse-on-nurse violence. This is a very interesting and important conversation you won’t want to miss.And as a matter of gratitude we wish to thank our friends at California Nurses Association and National Nurses United for their unwavering support of Nurse Talk. Never could we have imagined the contribution they have been to us.We’d also like to thank all of the guests we’ve had on the show, the good people who work every week to create the show, June Miller, Peter Collins, Tonia McCallum, Casey Hobbs, Dan Grady, Liz Jacobs and last but not least…our listeners!
And next month…move over Car Talk…we’re coming to Boston! A big thank you to the Massachusetts Nurses Association.You can listen…to Nurse Talk every Sunday at 2PM PST on Green 960AM or live stream at green960.com. You can also download and listen anytime on iTunes, or stream at NurseTalkSite.com and TheRadioFactory.com.
Until next time remember “laughter is the best medicine!”