Emergency Nursing Today is a bi-monthly podcast that includes news and commentary on emergency nursing as it is today and as it evolves. Each show will include current news, new research and treatments, and tips on assessment and treatment to save you time/effort in your busy schedule. From time to time I will have guest interviews with other nurses or people involved in emergency medicine.
While the show is called Emergency Nursing Today, the content will not focus solely on nursing. The show is meant to be for, about and by those who work in emergency medicine so that we can all become better providers. The information presented will be relevant to everyone who works in emergency medicine at some level. The show will be presented in an easy to use and listen to format. This way, you can take it with you on the road, or listen to it where ever and when ever you want. I will post new shows here along with notes and links to the information in them. i will also post information and current news on the site that won’t necessarily be in the show, so stop back often to see what’s new. I also have plans for value added extras through the site. So look for those to be added in the future too!
Paul G. Bond, RN, CEN, MSN, ALNC
Mr. Bond is an RN in Florida and currently works in a local emergency department. He holds a masters degree from Concordia in nursing leadership and management. He has been a paramedic, director of nursing, legal nurse consultant and an educator. His career spans almost 3 decades in EMS and nursing.
The information provided on the site and through the podcast is for information purposes ONLY. The producer assumes no liability for persons who choose to treat any illness or injury based on information from or content within this site and its’ broadcasts. It is incumbent upon the user/listener to seek proper medical advice, direction, and/or education prior to performing any techniques mentioned or referenced through this site. Should there be any discrepancy between what is presented and the listeners current treatment protocols, the latter should be followed.
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As for my relationships:
I am the managing partner in Paul Bond & Associates Consulting, LLC. This company owns and operates this website, blog and podcast show as well as PhoenixCE.com, which is a site that offers continuing education credits for listeners of the show.
Paul Bond & Associates Consulting, LLC also operates a legal nurse consulting business, of which I am the lead consultant.
I work full time as a staff nurse in the emergency department at Florida Hospital Flagler, in Palm Coast, Fl.
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