We discuss topics on the impacts of the healthcare system on nurses, healthcare in the news, and bring awareness to illnesses and disease.
As passionate nurses with emphasis on education our hope is to inform nurses so they can help advocate for their patients and families.
This is an informative, table discussion by two opinionated nurses. All opinions are our own.
Disclaimer: Please read.
The Nursing Post podcast is a podcast intended for all listeners; CNAs, Nurses, Caretakers, Providers and non-medical professionals. Our goal is to inform, open minds and start conversations.
While every effort is made to ensure that the information provided on this podcast is up-to-date, medicine is a constantly changing practice, therefore all information provided are the opinion of the hosts.
The Nursing Post does not substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your health providers. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay care because of what you’ve heard or read on this podcast.This also applies to any guests or contributors to the podcast or blog.
The Nursing Post represents the views and opinions of only the hosts and their guests, not of their employers, institutions or affiliations. All patient identifiers have been removed to protect patient privacy.
Ashley Moore is the co-host of The Nursing Post Podcast and an active LPN. She currently works as a cardiac nurse in an outpatient setting. Ashley has a soft spot for patients who struggle with affording basic healthcare needs to live their best, happiest life. She strives to find different avenues to help patients receive the best possible treatment, at a price they can afford.
In her down time, she enjoys biking, hiking, reading, and movie night with her husband and two kids. As a mother and wife, her vision is that everyone will see that knowledge is power, creating a better world to live in.
B. Rosa Dominguez Horsley is a co-host of The Nursing Post Podcast and is actively working as a LPN in the state of Virginia. She obtained her AAS with a Major in Education and later went on to obtain her LPN with Multi-State Privilege. Rosa believes that education and nursing with integrity are essential.
Rosa was an ambassador family to her local March of Dimes chapter, participating in annual walks and raising funds for the charity for several years. She is also a parent of a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder. She advocates for her child and hopes to help other parents navigate and advocate for their children.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her children and husband. She enjoys reading, learning, and watching documentaries and movies. As a wife, mother, nurse and caretaker her vision is to help educate, advocate and start conversation.
We cannot thank you enough for all the support that you have given us during this first year of podcasting!