Catalyzing Conversations, Discussions & Webinars

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Catalyzing Conversations Podcast

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Nursing Science & Complexity Podcast

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A hallmark of Plexus Institute for nearly 20 years are the formal and informal conversations, discussions and webinars focused on applied principles of complexity across the professional, scientific and academic fields. Plexus continues to regularly offers special topic discussions and presentations with Plexus Network members and partners, including book discussions, new research and the application of complexity thinking and practices in organizations.

Beginning in 2006, Plexus recorded hundreds of  PlexusCalls, which were unscripted and unedited events with leading thinkers, researchers, and practitioners working to influence and lead change in the most complex and challenging situations. The success of PlexusCalls led to two podcast series focused on healthcare and nursing. The Nursing & Complexity Learning Network Podcast was produced in 2012 – 2013 and featured leading practitioners and researchers who were addressing nursing in a complex world, From 2014- 2016, the Healthcare Podcast explored new ideas, approaches and methodologies to address health quality.

The newest additions to Plexus Institute’s media library are three new podcast series that focus on complexity thinking in today’s social, organizational,  institutional, technical and economic ecosystems.

Catalyzing Conversations Podcast will pick up where the PlexusCalls left off, offering conversations that cover a wide range of fields, practices and approaches to understanding, applying and practicing complexity thinking in today’s’ organizational contexts.

The ComPlexus Podcast is hosted by Plexus Board member and author/teacher/practitioner Bruce Waltuck.

During the “Year of the Nurse and Midwife”, Mike Taylor RN, MHA, CDE, a Plexus Board member will be hosting the Nursing Science and Complexity Podcast, a series of online discussions about the future of nursing science and practice.