Tune In to Nursing Professor Diane Reed’s Nurses ROCK! Radio Show

With more than 30 years of experience as a nurse, Nursing Professor Diane Reed has impacted the health care industry in an abundance of ways — as a labor and delivery nurse, in health care informatics, as a professor, and the list goes on. Now, she’s adding radio personality to the list.

Through Valencia College Radio, Valencia’s student-run radio station, she’s hosting Nurses ROCK!, which is an acronym for Nurses are Respectful, Observant, Collaborative and Knowledgeable. You can tune in to her show, which features topics about nursing and health care, on Saturday’s from 10 – 11 a.m.

To tune in, follow one of the directions below:

  • Download the Mixlr App on your cell phone, register to create a username and password, search for ValenciaCollegeRadio (no spaces) and search for the Nurses ROCK! Show
  • Go to www.mixlr.com, register to create a username and password, search for ValenciaCollegeRadio (no spaces) and search for the Nurses ROCK! Show
  • Google ValenciaCollegeRadio on Saturday at 10 a.m. and listen live to the Nurses ROCK! Show

You can listen live or browse previously recorded segments, like the Saturday, September 8, 2018, segment that features guests from Florida Hospital.

For more information and to stay connected with Diane’s show, follow her Nurses ROCK! Facebook page at @drdrnursesrock, or email the show at drdrnursesrock@gmail.com.

Kudos to Diane for leading important conversations about the past, present and future of the nursing profession.

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