WWR Podcast 21: A frontline nurse's view of the pandemic, women in tech
April 16, 2021
The Webster World Report podcast marks its one-year anniversary with a program centered on the pandemic experience of Webster University’s alumni and students. The podcast is a monthly magazine program linking Webster University’s global operations during this time of various crises.
On this 21st episode of the program, alumna Elizabeth Bland, a staff educator at Missouri Baptist Hospital, recounts her experience as a nurse on the frontlines, supporting patients with COVID-19 and supporting hospital staff in how they cope with the coronavirus pandemic. This is the concluding part of a series of discussions with Bland, a graduate of Webster's award-winning Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program.
The program also concludes its two-part interview with student Yatina Katunga from Zimbabwe who is working on her graduate degree in information technology management. This discussion focuses on the issues facing women in tech fields.
The news segment of the program covers the latest collaboration between Webster University and the African Renaissance and Diaspora Network (ARDN) among other stories that feature various areas of Webster’s global network.