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This episode of Insights in Nursing includes Lorry Schoenly and a look at the world of the correctional nurse. Lorry is the author of a book on correctional nursing and has used her expertise to educate about correctional nursing on her website.

Featured Nursing Interview

Every week here on Insights in Nursing we hear the opinions of the top online nurse leaders. What else do they have to offer us? Occasionally here on Insights in Nursing, we will stray from our standard panel discussion on nursing topics in the news and we’ll take a moment to visit with some of our regular panelists one on one and find out about what drew them into a career as a nurse. We’ll also trace the educational and career path they took to reach the nursing specialty they have found themselves in.

This week’s show features Lorry Schoenly, the correctional nurse author and podcaster from Lorry shares with Jamie her path into nursing and how she landed in the job of a correctional nurse and nursing care consultant. Lorry has become one of the premier authorities on correctional nursing care and has many insights into serving this at risk population. Host Jamie Davis asks Lorry questions about personal safety, claustrophobia and common challenges faced by correctional nurses.

Our Panel this week:

Special guest Lorry Schoenly from and @LorrySchoenly on Twitter.

As always, your host on Insights in Nursing is Jamie Davis, the Podmedic, RN, NREMTP, BA, AAS managing director of the ProMed Network and host of the Nursing Show and MedicCast weekly programs.

Join us as we delve in to our week’s topics.


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