Welcome to Nurse Focus – the website that I hope will become the go-to place for nurses and other medical professionals looking for in depth, well researched articles covering everything it means to be front-line in the ever changing healthcare environment.
We only launched in November 2018, so we do have a long way to go.
However, topics on Nurse Focus will cover general nursing issues, expert reviews on nursing products, emerging technologies and relevant services. You will also find helpful guides on how to become a medical professional, as well as a sprinkle of fun stuff such as related lifestyle and social media issues.
I want our audience to be as varied as possible. Fellow nurses, students, physicians, healthcare professionals, and the general public are all welcome here.
So please, explore the website, leave comments to let us know what you think, or even check in with ideas on content you’d like to see (or maybe contribute).
I would love to see Nurse Focus grow into a helpful community of those with a passion for the medical profession. It’s not an easy world to be in, and we could all use the support sometimes I feel.
Introducing the team (so far)
Hannah Drake RN, CSP
Hannah Drake, RN, CSP is a registered nurse and owner and founder of Nurse Focus. Her nursing career spans almost two decades, and in that time she has developed her skill base across a variety of settings.
Hannah has been involved with med surg nursing, spent several years in clinical informatics system administration and implementation, and has most recently been working in healthcare community management.
She now partners with healthcare organizations with the aim of providing nursing staff with the tools to make positive shifts and cope with the realities of being a caregiver.
Hannah also guests blogs about nursing, health lifestyle and technology, and other healthcare topics across a range of online publications.
You can contact Hannah at: email@example.com
Dr Philip Steven Goddard
Dr Philip Steven Goddard is a leading consultant cardiologist currently based in Nottingham, UK. He specialises in pulmonary hypertension and general adult cardiology.
Dr Goddard graduated from the University of Illinois in 1982 and from 1985 onwards trained in cardiology at the Royal Papworth Hospital Cambridge. He continued to work in cardiology at both hospitals in Nottingham and in the USA.
Alongside his clinical work, Dr Philip Goddard has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals, and has presented internationally in the USA, Europe, and Asia. Dr Goddard has also kindly agreed to contribute to Nurse Focus on and ongoing basis as his calendar allows.
Dr Philip Goddard can be contacted on: firstname.lastname@example.org