The guests of this podcast are Anna Forsberg, Lisa Burnapp and Anna Brantmark, who will share their experiences, insights, and advice for those considering a career in this life-saving profession.
Professor Anna Forsberg is a clinical professor in the caring sciences at Lund University in Sweden. She has been a registered nurse since 1991 and did her PhD in health-related quality of life after liver transplantation. She is the current chair of ETHAP (The European Transplant Allied Healthcare Professionals). She has an active research career and continues to inspire a new generation of nurses.
Lisa Burnapp was, until recently, the President of the British Transplantation Society and is a current Associate Medical Director for Living Donation for NHSBT in the UK. Lisa qualified as a nurse in 1985 and has been a Consultant nurse in living donation at Guy’s Hospital in London. She has a masters in medical law and ethics. She rose to the very top of British transplantation and is a true inspiration to all transplant professionals.
Anna Brantmark is a clinical nurse specialist in transplantation at Sahlgrenska University Hospital in Gothenburg, Sweden. She is currently doing her PhD in the Art and science of adaptation after liver and visceral transplantation. She is also a board member of the Education Committee of ESOT.
Among the topics covered: inspirations and the joys of a career in transplant nursing; recruitment into transplant nursing; developing an academic career in transplant nursing; leadership and engagement at a national level for transplant nurses; hobbies and work-life balance.
This is a fantastic podcast for those considering a career in transplant nurses as well as for established transplant nurses who want to expand the boundaries of their work and reach the pinnacle of their careers.
This podcast is supported by Novartis.