GRNEN's World Tour Podcast takes you on a tour of global rural and remote healthcare communities around the globe.
Episode 1: Canada
Judith C. Kulig, BScN, PhD, joins host Samuel Mann to discuss the role of the nurse in Canada, the challenges of the environment, and her proudest moment as a rural nurse.
Episode 2: Australia
Australian healthcare expert Jane Mills talks the challenges building a wellness culture in rural communities, workplace burnout, and the healthcare system in her country.
Episode 3: East Africa
Dr. Oneko joins Sam on this stop of the World Tour to share the realities of rural healthcare in East Africa and why he's hopeful for the future of the profession.
Episode 4: The United Kingdom
Keith Whiddon discusses the unique landscape of Bishop's Castle, food insecurities, and how the current climate is impacting the mental health of their community.
Episode 5: Okinawa
Maki Chinen gives a look at the remote islands of Okinawa, their population and healthcare challenges, and what their nursing education structure is like.
Episode 6: The United States
Audrey Snyder takes listeners through rural communities of the United States and gives a look into what rural nursing is like in this country.
Episode 7: New Zealand
Mawera Karetai shares what it is like to live and work in her home country of New Zealand.