Leadership Lessons from Neonatal Therapy: A Conversation with Sue Ludwig

Season #2

In this enlightening episode, Sue Ludwig, renowned occupational therapist and founder of the National Association of Neonatal Therapists (NANT) converses with host Mary Coughlin about their respective journeys as neonatal clinicians, as well as their shared passion for providing the best care possible for infants and families. Sue opens up about her beginnings in the field, her evolution from a clinical occupational therapist to an author, entrepreneur, and leader in neonatal therapy, as well as her vision for the future of NANT. Accompanied by a great discussion about insightful approaches to lifelong learning and the importance of self-care in healthcare, they delve deep into the value of establishing trust, fostering interdisciplinary collaboration, and breaking down silos in the healthcare system. This is an enriching dialogue that emphasizes the significance of caring out loud and exudes compelling insights for healthcare practitioners, leaders, and anyone aspiring to make an impact for the better.



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