Dec 6, 2019
In this episode, we're addressing the difficult and multi-dimensional of suicide. The effects of suicide go far beyond the person who acts to take his or her life and the lasting effects on friends and family can be devastating. Whether you have concerns about a patient, a fellow nurse, or perhaps yourself, we'll be discussing signs and strategies for intervention, coping, and support.
Ann H. Wilder LPC received a Communications Degree from University of Louisiana (Monroe). She went on to complete her Masters in Counseling at Loyola University (New Orleans) and, later, completed her Master’s in Business Administration at the University of New Orleans. Ann is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Addiction Counselor. She has many years’ experience working in both inpatient and outpatient settings. She is a frequent presenter at state and regional conferences.
Caroline Ashman, MSN, RN, CMSRN was born and raised in England. She had two dreams in life – to become a nurse and live in the United States. She accomplished the first task in 1985 and then in 1991, immigrated to America. She currently serves as a Division Director for Medical-Surgical Education for HCA. She has also been afforded the wonderful opportunity to teach Med Surg Review Courses across the United States and in Europe for AMSN. Collecting air miles and sharing stores along the way, she is thrilled to join the Podcast team and recognize that the specialty of medical surgical nursing is alive and well. Caroline lives with her husband Jimmy, in Tampa, FL and has two grown daughters, Jennifer & Emily.