Join The WoMed where hosts D (Danielle Maltby @dmmaltby) and Dani (Danielle LeVeck @nurseabnormalities) chat all things Women in Medicine. These two nurse vets bring humor, reality, and a serious passion for what they do to discussions on self-care, mental health, emerging healthcare trends, education, and so much more. Nothing is off limits so come prepared to laugh, (maybe cry), and definitely listen in on meaningful conversations D & Dani have with some of the industry’s biggest experts and thought-leaders. This is a space to discuss, debate, and celebrate all things Women in Medicine. Join double the Danielle for double the fun. Be sure to subscribe, rate, review, and follow us on Instagram @TheWoMed!
Today, D and Dani continue their empowering conversation with Katie Duke, discussing how past experiences affect the way we move forward and see the world, how best to deal with self-esteem and body-image struggles, and why the alternative title of this episode was bologna sandwiches.
Warning: explicit language! Today, Katie Duke joins D and Dani to get real about what it means to have a social media presence in the healthcare field, lessons learned from losing a job, and how to best support other women in the medicine.
Author, podcaster, content creator, and OG nurse blogger, Kati Kelber, sits down with The WoMed to discuss the unwritten rules of medicine, how to be OK with not knowing all the answers, and the importance of self-compassion.
Survivor and heart transplant recipient Leilani Graham shares her incredible story of navigating life through cardiac arrests and open-heart surgeries. She is now using her experience to advocate for patients and improve the future of healthcare.
What are some of the ways we can fill ourselves up and make ourselves whole in a world where we constantly give, give, give? Erin Treloar from Raw Beauty Talks speaks with the WoMed about decompressing, recharging, and creating change in our lives.
Today, D and Dani talk to Dr. Leah Roberts about her past and current roles ranging from personal trainer and nutritionist, commissioned officer in the US Army Reserve, to her residency and specialization in emergency medicine.
Today, D opens up about her father's impending surgery and the hosts discuss how health care providers function on the other side of the table. How do you cope? How do you help without taking over their care?
We always get questions on school. How to survive it, study tips, why we chose our certain paths. On The WoMed we discuss the different education pathways and try and help you navigate them as they relate to nurses.
What do nurses actually do? Dani and D take you through what it’s like in a daily shift. D talks life in the NICU and Dani discusses her shift as a Nurse Practitioner in the Cardiac ICU, bringing understanding to all that is involved in our careers.
Senator Walsh… Go fish? D and Dani discuss the Senator from Washington’s remarks and try to make sense of the bill being presented in Washington State and what it could mean for the rest of the country.