In this episode of Notes on Nursing Live, I interview neonatal wound-care expert and innovator Roxana Reyna, a nurse practitioner who specializes in wound care for neonates and children. Roxana creates wound care dressings for these tiny patients by using wound care products typically designed for adults, custom fitting her patients’ needs to help heal their wounds. Join us as we talk to her about her work as an advocate for infants with birth defects like Omphaloceles and find out how she now teaches other nurses about innovating products for their individual patients.
Notes on Nursing E-Digest
Notes on Nursing Live, presented by Johnson & Johnson, is the podcast extension of the national bimonthly e-digest, Notes on Nursing, which shines a spotlight on nurses as innovators and critical change makers in the delivery of positive patient outcomes within today’s healthcare landscape.
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Stay tuned for more new episodes here at Notes on Nursing Live coming soon and check out another recent episode where I interview Wrenetha Julion, one of the nurse researchers behind the Chicago Parent Program at the Rush University College of Nursing.
Check out that and other episodes of Notes on Nursing Live in the podcast area on iTunes as well as our podcast player on nursing.jnj.com. Also, don’t forget to submit your own innovative ideas to the Johnson & Johnson Nurses Innovate QuickFire Challenge for a chance to win access to grants and mentoring – more details can be found on nursing.jnj.com/home.