My guest today on the Get Social Health podcast is Sean Dent. He’s an acute care Nurse Practitioner and the host of the Change of Shift podcast. He’s also one of the early social media adopters in the healthcare space giving a voice to nursing. The role of the nurse has many contradictions. On the one hand, it is the most respected profession in our nation based on a recent survey, however, when you hear and read what nurses are saying and printing online, it presents a story of frustration, of challenges, of lack of respect, and even danger. Let’s hear what he has to say on Get Social Health. Listen to the full podcast or drop in at the time stamps below:
Podcast Time Stamps
[01:08] Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
[1:57] Hard to talk about yourself “imposter syndrome”
[02:50] Early Blogging experience
05:00 Early Adoptors: Dr. Mike Sevilla, Dr. Kevin Pho
[05:50] Are you supporting nurses or advocating for change?
[07:12] Dealing with negativity
[09:45] Are Nurses active in social media?
[12:00] Nursing is the most trusted profession
[12:51] Are Nurses leaving their careers early?
[14:28] Shout-out to Janet’s Mom, an early Nurse Practioner
[15:00] Is the American Nursing Association supporting Nurses online?
[16:56] Media-Preneur. Scrubs Magazine.
[20:48] Do you own your own content?
[24:20] Crossfit is for everyone
[29:50] How do you plan to make a business from your podcast?
[30:45] You’re considered an expert at 10k hours
33:20 “Change of shift”
[38:29] Podcast structure
41:55 Social Media Tip: Greg Chang, for[MD] “Give before you ask”
The Get Social Health Academy
Thank you for joining me for Get Social Health. As you may know, I recently launched the Get Social Health Academy, an online learning space for healthcare practitioners. If you handle social media for a physician’s or other healthcare practice, check out the website for courses that can help you achieve your goals in social media. The website is Get Social Health Academy.com. If you have any questions please reach out to me at Janet@getsocialhealth.com or in Twitter @GetSocialHealth. Thanks for listening.