Dr. John Lowe shares insight through stories about his career and how his Native American heritage and grounded knowledge of self has influence sharing and leaving knowledge with others throughout his career. He also describes the power of hearing one's internal voice and connecting to one's purpose to find space for reflection and personal growth amidst the challenges of today.
Dr. John Lowe is Professor and the Joseph H. Blades Centennial Memorial Professorship Chair at the University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing. He is the founding director of Center for Indigenous Nursing Research for Health Equity (INRHE) at Florida State University. Dr. Lowe is a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing and is one of roughly two dozen Native American nursing scholars in the United States. He is a Cherokee Native American Tribal member and also has Creek and Lenape Native American Tribal Heritage.
TIMESTAMPS: Intro (00:00) | Quote (01:23) | Approach to Career (06:54) | Creating space to hear that "intuition" or "voice" (11:52) | Journey to Nursing (15:02) | Challenges Facing Today's Leaders (18:06) | Advice for Rising Leaders (20:09) | Self-Care (23:52) | Leadership Book (29:06) | Advice to Younger Self (30:12)
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