We have so much to tell you in this week's episode! Cynthia, our new social media manager and co-host joins Tina to talk about the terribly tragic story of Michelle Herndon's death. Michelle was a college student at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Then they tell the story of two nurses with a special bond who find each other again after 30 years. Listen to the end to hear Cynthia and Tina talk about nursing struggles and especially new grads! Don't forget to go check out our new website and goodnursebadnurse.com and take a look at our merchandise!
This week Tina is joined by Ryan, co-host of the hit podcast Pop Psych 101. Ryan helps Tina tell the disturbing and controversial story of Patricia Esparza. Patricia ultimately ends up being accused of murder after a series of events unfolds beginning with her being raped 17 years earlier. In addition to this, Ryan explains the difference between psychologists, therapists, counselors, and life coaches. They close the show with a discussion about Pop Psych 101 and what an interesting and useful podcast it is for anyone affected by mental health issues which, let's face it, is pretty much everyone! Show Notes
This week Tina is joined by Adrianne with Nursing Uncensored podcast to talk about the tragic case of Anthony Garcia, a medical resident accused of some heinous crimes. They also discuss Mae Jemison, the first Aftrican American woman to go into space who also happened to be a physician.
This week GNBN is welcoming Christina aboard as a new partner! In this special episode of Good Nurse Bad Nurse, Christina and Tina dive deep into the story of the Vanderbilt nurse who gave her patient a wrong medication and the patient ended up dying a few days later. This nurse is now being charged with reckless homicide and abuse of an impaired adult.
This week Tina is finally back after being knocked down by the flu! Listen as she and Christine with Antidotes Podcast talk about the importance of the flu shot. And of course you won't want to miss the fascinating story of Dr. Teresa Seiver's mysterious death. This one has a lot of bizarre twists and turns!
This is a very unique episode with pharmacist, Heather Draper, working in the Kutupalong Refugee Camp in Bangladesh. If you have time please go to the Good Nurse Bad Nurse YouTube page and watch the amazing slideshow that goes with the audio.
A huge thank you to Ruth E. Kaiser for all of the wonderful photos she shared.
Music from https://filmmusic.io: "River Fire" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) Licence: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
This week Tina is joined by Careah Bell McPeek. Careah is the hilarious nurse who is trying to put a fitted sheet onto a $30,000 hospital bed in the video that had healthcare professionals laughing all over the world. Together they discuss the bazaar case of the nurse who tried to hire a hit-man on the dark web. They also discuss a wonderful nurse assistant from Mexico who volunteers to drive an ambulance each week to the border and helps people who are seeking asylum and need medical attention. Stick around after the show and hear Careah's beautiful song she wrote and sings about one of her patients. Have tissues ready!
This week Tina is joined by Gemma, the co-host of the hit true crime podcast Which Murderer. They open up the show by discussing a nurse who was attacked in a psychiatric facility in Scottland. The bad nurse story is about Lucille McLaughlan and Deborah Parry, two nurses who were accused of killing Yvonne Gilford back in 1996 while working as travel nurses in Saudia Arabia. The controversial case received international attention and has lots of interesting twists and turns. Then you won't believe the amazing survival story of Vivian Statham who was a nurse during the second world war!
This week Tina is joined by Cam, a medical receptionist and true crime enthusiast. Together they discuss two strange and controversial stories. The bad nurse story is about Rebecca Fenton who was accused of killing her husband and trying to stage it to look like a home invasion. The good nurse story this week is an unsolved mystery out of Jennings, Louisiana known as the "Jennings 8". They talk about Nina Ravey, a nurse practitioner who worked for the prison system and acted as a whistle-blower to some suspicious activity going on in the bayou.
This week listen as Tina talks to CNA and pre-nursing student Ty about bad former doctor, Shafeeq Sheikh, who was accused of sexually assaulting a hospitalized patient. They also discuss a veteran's administration nursing home who received a less than stellar review when visited by the federal government. Last they discuss a true hero of a nurse who risked his life and sacrificed his beloved Toyota Tundra truck to save the lives of his co-workers during the California wildfires.