In celebration of the Year of the Nurse and Midwife, Johnson & Johnson and the American Nurses Association have launched SEE YOU NOW, an inspiring podcast that spotlights nurses who are driving innovative solutions for today’s most challenging healthcare problems.
Each episode will feature nurse innovators, nurse allies, and other leaders in and at the intersection of health who have developed unique devices, technologies, protocols, and treatment approaches. Hosted by nurse economist and health tech expert Shawna Butler, and produced by Rebecca McInroy. View the SEE YOU NOW podcast calendar.
Shawna Butler, RN, MBA
Shawna Butler is a nurse economist and health technology expert. As the creator of the EntrepreNURSE-in-Residence role at Radboud University Medical Center (Netherlands) and part of the Exponential Medicine team at Singularity University (US), Shawna works with the pioneers in the thick of integrating robotics, 3D printing, drones, AI, blended reality, voice recognition, digital humans, big data, and sensors into our health solutions and lifestyles. Her clinical experience includes emergency, cardiac, and critical care in large university and small community hospitals, international medical flight transport, and workplace health promotion services.
Rebecca McInroy is an award-winning pubic media show creator, host, and executive producer
|January 28 | Episode 1, BONUS||What Ebola Taught Us About Collaboration and Communication with Sharon Vanairsdale and Dr. Colleen Kraft
BONUS: Designing the SEE YOU NOW Identity with Bonnie Siegler
|February 4 | Episode 2||Gaming for Health with Anna Sort|
|February 11 | Episode 3||The Importance of the “Pause”/“Pause” for a Moment with Jonathan Bartels|
|February 18 | Episode 4||The Importance of the “Pause”/“Pause” for a Moment with Jonathan Bartels|
|February 25 | Episode 5||Empowering Childbirth with Ruth Watson Lubic|
|March 3 | Episode 6||Brushing for Your Life with Dian Baker|
|March 10 | Episode 7||Title TBC with Melody Butler|
|March 17 | Episode 8||Transforming Care Practices for HIV/AIDS Patients in the 80s with Alison Moed,
Cliff Morrison and Guy Vandenberg