We talk with acute care nurse practitioner Adam Schneider in this episode of Nursing Notes Live. Adam worked as an organ procurement coordinator at the University of Wisconsin Organ and Tissue Donation service for the last five years.
Last year, he became the senior organ procurement coordinator. This leadership position allows him to focus on quality improvement projects to ensure his staff has access to the best evidence-based practices and ensures they can maximize the number of organs transplanted. Join us as we discuss processes nurses can champion that lead to improved patient outcomes, like organ donation.
Nursing Notes Live, presented by Johnson & Johnson, is the podcast extension of the national award-winning monthly e-digest, Nursing Notes – which shines a spotlight on nurses as innovators and critical change makers in the delivery of positive patient outcomes within today’s health care landscape.
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Stay tuned for more episodes here at Nursing Notes Live coming soon. And check out another recent episode where I talk with Shawna Butler, a nurse economist, trendsetter, and champion of the EntrepreNurse movement. Shawna and I talk about why nurses are uniquely qualified to be innovators and change agents for healthcare worldwide and what every nurse can do to be a champion for change in their communities. You’ll find that and other episodes of Nursing Notes Live in the podcast area on iTunes as well as our podcast player on DiscoverNursing.com.