82_Creating a Culture of Caring: Addressing Nurse Hostility and Caregiver Burnout
Hosted by Quint Studer with special guest Kathleen Bartholomew, RN, MN
On this week’s episode of The Healthcare Plus Podcast, Quint Studer is joined by special guest Kathleen Bartholomew, RN, MN. Kathleen has been an international keynote speaker and culture expert for over 20 years educating hospital boards, physicians and nurses on leadership, culture, teamwork, and patient safety. In their conversation, Kathleen and Quint discuss issues facing healthcare leaders and caregivers today and offer culture-focused solutions that can drive industry-wide change.
Kathleen shares actionable insights on:
- How to move past hostility and bring nurses together to work towards a common goal
- Why structure dictates outcomes and where healthcare needs restructuring
- And how to impact issues of access, cost, and fragmentation in healthcare
“It is my dream that nurses can walk into a culture where they are supported and nurtured and cared for.” – Kathleen Bartholomew
About Kathleen Bartholomew, RN, MN
Kathleen has been an international keynote speaker and culture expert for over 20 years educating hospital boards, physicians and nurses on leadership, culture, teamwork, and patient safety. She uses the power of story and her strong background in sociology to illuminate and transform the health care culture. Kathleen has published numerous articles and authored “Speak Your Truth: Proven Strategies for Effective Nurse-Physician Communication”, “Ending Nurse-to-Nurse Hostility”, and coauthored “Charting the Course”; and “The Dauntless Nurse: Communication Confidence Builder”. Her TEDx talk challenges our covert belief that some people are more important than others. With a call to integrity, and a passion for healing, Kathleen is a visionary thought leader, Op Ed writer and blogger for My American Nurse.