Interviews

Interviews

*Some interviews pages contain affiliate links.

If you’re looking for ideas on what kind of business to start or just want some inspiration, you’ll enjoy these interviews with successful nurse entrepreneurs.

I also encourage you to pick up your copy of “20 Best Online Businesses for Nurses.”

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In this interview, Deanna and Christy discuss case management as an entrepreneurial venture and how Deanna got started as a nurse author and went on to publish a tremendously successful study guide.

 

Brittney Wilson, BSN, RN

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Christy interviews “The Nerdy Nurse,” Brittney Wilson, who shares her experiences about how she started blogging, what it takes to be a nurse blogger, and how you can get started, too.

 

Elizabeth Scala, MSN/MBA, RN

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I don’t know how Elizabeth does it all. With a successful blog and podcast, she is a leader in helping nurses make a change of shift!

 

Anne Llewellyn, RN-BC, MS, BHSA, CCM, CRRN

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In this interview, Anne takes us backstage for a peek at how she came to be a Nurse Advocate and how you can do the same.

 

Clarice Warner, RHIA, CCS-P, CPC, CHC

In this very informative interview, Clarice Warner discusses the value nurses bring to the table as medical coders, and educates us on the training, certifications, and professional associations available to coders. You don’t want to miss this sit-down with “the girl with the pearls!”

Alene Nitzky, Ph. D., RN, OCN

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Alene is an athlete, personal trainer, and registered nurse.  Alene founded Cancer Harbors to assist people in gaining more control over restoring their health and life after cancer treatment. Thinking about starting a service-based business? Check out Alene’s interview!

Christy Hendricks, RN

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Christy Hendricks, RN & Change of Shift founder

I was interviewed by Elizabeth Scala on her podcast, “Your Next Shift.” We talked about how, after years of agony, I managed to turn my floundering nursing career into something I love again. (Hats off to Elizabeth and her editor who actually made me sound eloquent, even though I’ll really not!) 😉

Sarah Mott, RN

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Sarah Mott, RN

Sarah’s story about how she was led down the path of creating physical products is inspirational. In this interview, Sarah tells us how she got to where she is today, and spells out the process for bringing a product to market.

 
 
 
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