Kelly and Alisha first met in 2016, an instant chemistry and shared sense of humour led to a close friendship.
Two Humerus Nurses Podcast was created as an outlet during the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic. An idea that had only ever been an interesting conversation starter, soon gained the support and encouragement of Kelly & Alisha's peers, and an impulse-purchase of audio equipment was all it took to get 2HN on the airwaves.
What do you get when you combine 30+ years of nursing with brutal honesty, infectious laughter and dark humour?
Two Humerus Nurses.
Alisha is a Registered Nurse in Northern Victoria, having completed a Bachelor of Nursing in 2013 with La Trobe University. Since then, Alisha has worked in many areas of nursing, including peri-anaesthesia, paediatrics, education, acute medical and surgical, emergency and urgent care.
Alisha married her long-time boyfriend Michael in 2019, and gave birth to their daughter Olive in 2021. Alisha performs with her local amateur theatre company and has been nominated for multiple GEORGY awards for her singing and acting talents. Podcasting was the perfect marriage between her passion for nursing and her love of performing.
Alisha is currently an Associate Nurse Unit Manager at a regional Victorian health service, and is participating in the Safer Care Victoria improvement fellows program.
Kelly is a Registered Nurse in Northern Victoria. Her career commenced as an Enrolled Nurse in 2001 and completed her Bachelor of Science (Nursing) in 2010 with Curtin University in Western Australia.
Kelly has worked in many areas including surgical, remote/rural, operating theatre, acute medical, urgent care and oncology. She has also completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Leadership and Management in 2018 with the Australian College of Nursing.
Kelly is married to Cam and together they have a daughter, Amelia. She enjoys cooking and has won many awards for her cooking skills in local agricultural shows over the years. She has been an avid podcast consumer for many years and hosting her own podcast is a dream come true.
Kelly is currently an Acting Nurse Unit Manager of an Oncology Medical Day Unit at regional Victorian health service