January 16, 2020
Tina is joined this week by Iman Abuzeid, MD, of Incredible Health. Tina and Iman tell the disturbing and unpredictable story of Adam Kaufman, a man accused of killing his wife. Find out how dueling medical examiners faced off in court, and a surprise ending you just won't believe! Iman, co-founder and CEO of health care career platform Incredible Health (who just happens to be a new sponsor of the Good Nurse Bad Nurse podcast!!) opens the show by explaining all the wonderful benefits to nurses of her company's online platform for connecting nurses with permanent positions in hospitals all over the country. The show concludes with a physician who saved a dog's life when its leash gets caught in an elevator.
December 17, 2019
This week Tina and Allison tell the shocking and tragic story of Mary Lemak, a surgical nurse who was a devoted mother of three children and married to an emergency room doctor. Her life seemed perfect up until the very end when everything went horribly wrong. Tina and Allison talk at the beginning of the show about a man who was handcuffed and left outside for police to pick him up at a mental health facility. They close the show with the story of Dorothea Dix, a nurse who advocated for the indigent and mentally ill.
This episode of Good Nurse Bad Nurse is sponsored by Incredible Health.
December 2, 2019
This week Tina is joined by MaKenzie, a labor and delivery nurse! Tina is excited to finally have an L&D nurse on the show! They go all the way back to 1975 for the bad nurse and tell the awful story of a labor and delivery nurse who did unthinkable acts to 'have a baby' in order to keep her boyfriend! They start off the show talking about the nurse whose twin sister posted a picture of her on social media that went viral. They close out the show with a sweet and inspiring story about a nurse who not only delivers babies, but also was a surrogate mother multiple times!
November 18, 2019
This week Tina is joined by nurse manager Allison again. After talking about a nurse who helped a homeless man who needed a heart transplant, they encourage everyone listening to take a selfie with their driver's license and post it on Instagram and/or Facebook with the hashtags #showmeyourheart and #goodnursebadnurse. The bad nurse story revolves around suicide so if that is a trigger for anyone, please consider sitting this one out. This story is so heartbreaking and unbelievable. It starts out in Canada with a young college student and ends up going all the way around the world. They end the story with a listener suggestion of a good nurse who does missionary work.