Jul 14, 2022
Gain a better understanding of the "nursing burden" and how technology is offering new solutions as Alissa and Chelsea welcome special guest Kirsten Emmons for an insightful conversation.
This episode was made possible by the generous support of Hillrom, now a part of Baxter.
Kirsten Emmons, MSN, RN, NEA-BC is a curious, insightful leader who offers a holistic perspective while challenging the status quo and complacency in the design of medical technology. She focuses on the identification and execution of solutions which contribute to the future of outcome-driven healthcare. Kirsten is currently engaged in the development, execution, and management of a strategic investment portfolio through research, business development, and organization wide coordination. She presently serves as Global Leader of Strategic, Customer Engagements and Market Insights for Hillrom, now a part of Baxter.
Alissa Brown, MSN, RN, CMSRN, NPD-BC is a clinical nurse educator from the University of Utah Health. She has been working in the health care industry for almost 12 years, and started her nursing career as a med-surg bedside nurse on an Ortho, Trauma, and Surgical Specialty Unit. It was through that experience in the med-surg unit where she discovered a passion for education, and pursued a master’s degree. She is a lifelong learner, and loves to teach. Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah, she's not all work, and definitely enjoys play! She loves to travel, and tries to plan as many vacations each year as she can with family and friends. Alissa loves to read, listen to podcasts, and geek out to documentaries and crime shows on the weekends. She's a total fair weather fan when it comes to Utes Football, but will cheer in all the right places, or get mad when her husband tells her to during a game. Alissa is looking forward to conversations together on this AMSN podcast!
Chelsea Parker RN, BSN, CMSRN was born and raised in Newport News, Virginia. She attended the University of Virginia and graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Since then she has pursued geriatric and palliative care nursing and developed a love for general medicine, which is where her foundation for med-surg nursing was built. As a young nurse looking for ways to bridge engagement between generations of nurses, she is excited about what this podcast will mean for AMSN.