About the Show
Born out of necessity during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, The Virtual Clinical Podcast came to full production after nursing student's clinical's turned virtual. As the world shut down, clinical experiences turning virtual, student's did not want the special moments of virtual clinical to end, and so, The Virtual Clinical Podcast was created.
The first season's first three episodes are student's after their clinical setting, interviewing nurses and their careers. The episodes thereafter, are one on one conversations with nurses at different stages in their careers.
Join in, as I bring in nurses to discuss their journeys to help you on your journey on becoming the nurse you've always envisioned.
Dr. Nicole Sunderland is a neuroscience critical care nurse with 13+ years experience in critical care and 16+ years of mixed neuroscience, acute and special pathogens care. She holds a Bachelor's of Arts in Philosophy, Bachelor's of Science in Nursing, Master's of Science in Nursing of Health Systems Leadership and a Doctorate of Nursing Practice from the University of Pennsylvania.
Nicole is certified in Critical Care Nursing (CCRN) and Stroke Nursing (SCRN) through the AACN and AANN.
She serves as an adjunct professor for a large university nursing program where she teaches a robust clinical program in acute and critical care.
Her book, 13 Rules for ICU Nursing, is written from the feedback of her students and colleagues, experiences in critical care and personal stories. You can purchase the book through Kendall Hunt.
You can find out more about Nicole on her website: www.nicolesunderland.net