The voiceover art of nursing
Shania Dubbert, BSN, RN, CMSRN
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- Maury Regional Medical Center, Columbia, Tennessee, USA
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There are so many different avenues and career paths a nurse can take along their nursing journey. Have you ever heard of medical narration or voiceover? In this webinar, Shania speaks about her journey of blending the art and science of nursing by combining her passions of medicine with her past acting background to create her own medical voiceover business.
1. Self report knowledge gain of the career of voiceover and differentiate between the different genres of voiceover.
2. Identify successful strategies in the creation of a voiceover business.
3. Recall at least two resources available to support a new voiceover business.
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