Happy case management week to all you case managers out there! This week Tina is joined by former case manager and entrepreneur Deanna who helps tell the story of a nurse who was accused of helping her long-time boyfriend cover up a murder. Could she have possibly had more to do with it than she is saying? They also discuss another nurse chosen as CNN's hero of the year. They open the show with a story of a hospital accused of "patient dumping".
This week Tina and Q tell the story of the Ann Arbor Hospital murders. They also discuss a story of a nurse who saved a young boy's life after witnessing a car accident while at work. To open the show they talk about a patient who died in a hospital, because his nurse mistakenly told other staff members he was a DNR.
This week Tina is joined once again by nurse manager Allison. Together they discuss Good Nurse Bad Nurse's most requested story...the story of Canadian nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer who is now considered Canada's most prolific serial killer. They also talk about a recent case where a judge ruled a jail nurse can be held liable for the death of an inmate and a nurse who literally sacrificed a part of herself to save the life of a complete stranger.
Tina is joined again by Nurse Manager Allison. Together they tell the story of psychiatrist Pamela Buckbinder who is accused of using her knowledge and expertise as a psychiatrist to have her ex-boyfriend and father of her child murdered. They also tell the inspiring story of a psychiatrist in Hawaii who goes where his patients are in the streets to deliver mental healthcare to those in need. To open the show they discuss an article that shows many hospital patients feel like "lepers" when placed in isolation.
This week Tina and Q are celebrating the 50th episode of Good Nurse Bad Nurse by telling the story of Michael Jackson and the doctor who was brought to trial for his death. They also tell you the story of Dr. Mike, Instagram's "hottest doctor", who proved he was more than just a pretty face when an emergency happened while flying overseas.
This week Tina is joined by Joshua Strickland, the nurse who posted a picture of himself at work on a popular social media group and was ultimately fired from his job for it. Listen as Josh tells the story of exactly what happened. They also discuss PTSD after performing CPR. And of course they have a bad doctor story....Dr. Albert Lambert was a doctor from Florida who just could not tolerate having to give his ex-wife alimony and child support. He told the judge he would rather be in jail or on the run than pay the money to his ex-wife....as it turns out...he wasn't lying.
This week Tina and Q discuss the disturbing case of Grant Amato. Amato was a nurse in Florida who racked up $200,000 in debt in an online relationship with a cam girl from Bulgaria. This was just the start of a senseless and sad set of events that would lead to him standing trial for the murder of his family. They also discuss the nurse who was fired for refusing to participate in an elective abortion. The good nurse story is about a critical care nurse who ran toward fiery flames to save a woman in a trapped vehicle.
This week Tina and Q tell you about Kathy Augustine, a Republican state senator from Nevada who married the critical care nurse who cared for her late husband and who also ended up dying a mysterious death. They also tell you about an LPN in Maryland whose selfless act of bravery saved the life of a man in a very scary situation. Before the show they have an important and exciting announcement to make for the in the news segment!
This week Tina is joined by nurse manager Allison. They get you caught up on the RaDonda Vaught case (former Vanderbilt nurse). Then they tell you the story of pediatric nurse practitioner, Michelle Michael...who was accused of murdering her husband. They close out the episode with a truly inspirational story about a Jewish nurse from France who spoke fluent German and was a spy in the second World War.
The week Tina and Q travel back to the late 1800s to discuss the disturbing story of Jane Toppan. Jane never actually graduated from nursing school, but that didn't stop her from pursuing her dream of becoming the most prolific serial killer of all time. The also discuss hospital sign-on bonuses. They close out the show with a heroic tale of a nurse in Great Britain who risked her life to get patients out of the path of a man attempting to stab anyone he could.