Julia Evans Mourns Her Mother Who Struggled With Addiction
Julia Evans left her home state of California to pursue nursing and a fresh start. Sarah speaks to Julia about how the disfunction of her mother's mental health followed her, and the grief she experienced as she lost the mom she came to care for.
Julia Evans, RN, BSN, CNRN is a Neuroscience ICU nurse at OHSU in Portland, OR. She has worked in memory care, skilled nursing and acute care, all with a focus in Neurosurgery/Neurology. Outside of medicine, she loves the outdoors and all things culinary, just like her mom, Lisa.
This episode was produced & edited by Jack Saturn, with additional production by Sarah. The music was by Samantha Jensen.
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