Piloting the Future of Health Care Podcast

The University of Portland School of Nursing started this podcast to share stories of people at different points along their journey in the health care field. This includes talking with students, our alumni, faculty, and experts in the field. We wanted to connect with individuals who are dedicating their lives to promoting and protecting the health of people and the communities they live in. And along the way, we will talk about social justice, equity, inclusion, self-care and the importance of being a lifelong learner. We are so excited to have you on this journey with us!

Episode 6:

UPSON alumni Lt. Erin Adelmann '18, Lt. Chad Lee '19, and Lt. Maggie Pieplow '17 share their perspectives on leadership, readiness, professionalism, and resilience from their experiences in the ROTC program and COVID-19 deployments with the army and air force.

Episode 5:

Erica Bailey is joined by DNP Director and Assistant Professor, Kelly Fox, to discuss authentic leadership and disruptive innovation and how nurses can use these techniques in their everyday practice.  

Episode 4:

In the second part of this two-part podcast, Adeline Paguirigan ’22 and Patricia Mondale ’23 talk about what inspires them as nursing students and how they will bring inclusivity with them after college.

Episode 3:

In the first of this two-part podcast, Erica Bailey is joined by Adeline Paguirigan ’22 and Patricia Mondale ’23 to talk about the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion student subcommittee, a new on-campus organization creating brave spaces and teaching the UP community how to be inclusive.

Episode 2:

Host Erica Bailey is joined by two nursing professors: Dr. Kristine Harrington and Instructor Holly Simpson to reflect on their anti-racism journey. They share their own personal story, discuss the @Blackatuniversityportland Instagram account,  and share recommendations on how to move forward, both in your personal and professional life, with a social justice lens. 

Episode 1:

Our lovely host Erica Bailey is joined by three registered nurses: Alyssa Soete '18, Tracy Olsen '18, and K.T. Kusmaul to share their experiences in the workplace and its impact on their personal lives during the COVID-19 pandemic.