Talk America Broadcast of "Using PDAs to Counter Nursing Burnout"

An Audio Archive

Jeneane A. Brian, BSN, MBA, CEO, VNAHHS.

& Rosalie Brian, BSN, RN, a Critical Care Nurse Specialist,

Rosalie graduated from San Diego State University SON in 1996 and
is a traveling nurse who is currently working in Manhattan.


This 20 minute interview was originality broadcast on June 16, 2001. On the "Netprofits" program with host Jim Wishner.

Segment 1 run time: 9 minutes, 41 seconds


  • What is burnout, and is nursing highly susceptible to burnout?

  • Why all the paperwork?

  • How are you using PDAs to help with the burden of paperwork?

Segment 2 run time: 5 minutes, 32 seconds


  • How are handheld computers helping to reduce paperwork?

  • How difficult is it to learn how to use a PDA?

Segment 3 run time: 4 minutes, 22 seconds


  • Do PDAs enhance the quality of nursing care?

  • Why use PDAs in home healthcare?

  • What impact does the use of PDAs have on the patients?


Visiting Nurse's Association Home Health Systems in Santa Ana, California is a nonprofit, community-based agency responsible to a community Board of Directors. Setting the industry standard for excellence since 1947, VNAHHS is dedicated to providing high-quality, innovative, and cost-effective intermittent home care.

For more information on FreeForms, the home healthcare software solution created by Jeneane Brian click here

Contact: Jeneane Brian, CEO, VNAHHS, 949-263-4700,


About Talk America Radio Network

Talk America is part of The World Web News Network, which is the third largest radio news network in North America. The journalists of WWNN report on: World and National News, Business, Sports, and Entertainment.

For more information visit the The World Web News Network

Editor's Note: You can meet Jeneane Brian in person at the International Mobile Informatics Conference in Healthcare (IMICH) on June 14th 2002, In Baltimore MD, where Jeneane will be the keynote address speaker.


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