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QUICKIE: Do I have enough friends? What if I don't have a friend group? Why does it feel like my social life isn't what it once was? This week I'm back with my cohost Amanda Blair to chat all things finding your people. How to create meaningful connections, get to know your community, and the importance of third places. On this episode we cover:People pleasingSetting energetic boundariesCreating communityMeaningful connectionsFriend dates The power of acquaintances Circles of closeness Third Places Defining your season
Listen to this live podcast from the 2023 Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) Congress with Tammy Triglianos, DNP, ANP-BC, AOCNP!
M1 Hend invited David Kozishek, a chaplain at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, to talk with M3 AJ, M1 Jeff and new co-host M1 Ervina to talk about the role of chaplains on the healthcare team. David also helps the co-hosts discuss the role that religion may play in their lives as future physicians, the tensions and compatibilities between evidence and faith, and how they might respond when their own beliefs may in conflict with standard practices. We'd love to hear your thoughts on this episode--does religion play a big part of your life? How would you respond to the scenarios we talked about? What questions do you have about the connections between faith and healthcare?
How do I keep my relationship sexy and exciting? How do we keep the spark alive?! On today's episode our guest Ashleigh Renard dives deeps into her journey of rehabbing a shabby marriage and all the tools she discovered along the way to rekindle her relationship. She's known for her series, “How to Keep Monogamy Hot”, and on this episode we do just that! Not only do we get into the intricacies of Ashleigh's tips for lasting and lust-worthy connection, but we also unpack Ashleigh's journey to getting there. Yup, think sex parties, open relationships, introducing another couple, sexless marriages, and swinging. You name it, we cover it. On this episode we explore:Keeping monogamy HOTRehabbing a marriageLust-worthy connectionSwingingSexless marriagesTips for getting it onSex partiesOpen relationshipsIntimacy RoutinesMartyrmomsMentioned Resources:SHOP SPRING MERCH DROP
A doctor might dismiss your concerns by saying that something is all in your head…as if the brain doesn't play host to many kinds of illness. Some of our oldest corpses bear physical evidence that directly cutting into the brain is one way to attempt healing the mind. But what happens when our modern attempts at this become a bit more…misguided? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With a background as a trauma nurse and experience running clinical research programs, Stacey Pugh brought quite a bit of patient-focused experience with her when she shifted to industry. After several roles in the neurovascular space, now she's leading the charge at Endogenix, which is using pulsed electric fields to treat Type 2 Diabetes. She and host, Geoff Pardo, talk about a medical officer's first experience doing sales, the challenges in affecting change management in primary care, funding businesses with SPACs, and more. Medtech Talk Links: Cambridge Healthtech Institute Medtech Talk Gilde Healthcare Endogenex
I'm so excited to welcome this week's guest, Shan Boodram, to Bedside. A certified sexologist, best selling author, podcast host, tv host, and sex education counselor Shan is all things science meets intimacy. She coins herself the Dr. Ruth meets Rihanna, and it tracks. Today we're getting deep into the topic of evolutions — sexual, romantic, intimate, you name it. We also answer community Q's and Shan has some very helpful advice and hot takes that truly help with YOUR evolutions too.
INTERVIEW: We all have an inner critic that can hold us back from achieving our goals and living our best life. This week Anna Grace joins Bedside to talk all things quieting that critic voice, mastering positive self-talk, and becoming your own bestie. As a manifestation expert and someone well on her way to "rebranding" spirituality AG shares her own journey to self-love, confidence, and how you can do the same! She reads the akashic records, breaks down high level concepts into bite-sized pieces, and makes you feel like you can do anything you set your mind to. Bring out your pens and papers people and prepare to be inspired! SHOP SPRING MERCH DROP
The Face-Off with Fleming & Fowler
WE'RE BACK LIKE WE NEVER LEFT! On this weeks episode, Fleming has a special announcement and Prom Season is among us! A Minnesota man pays to increase his height and some college graduates regret their degrees. A woman goes on a date and goes missing while a teacher in the great state of Florida heads to jail for a fight club. A Texas man gets a ridiculous prison sentence and the FBI warns against using airport charging stations. Don't forget to follow us on all social media platforms including IG, Twitter and YouTube @thefaceoffpod. On FB, follow us @thisisthefaceoffpodcast Please Like, Comment, Share, Download and Subscribe! For sponsor information, please email us @email@example.com
Poets have been writing about the madness of love for thousands of years. We love to be in it; we hate to be without it. But what if this wasn't just hyperbole, and there is something indeed bigger happening to a brain in love? Where does love and madness meet? And, perhaps, where does one end, and another begin? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join me on today's SOLO mini episode to talk all things manifestation, sexual energy, and building a monthly archetype. We're diving deep into how to live your life's purpose, operate from an authentic flow, and live your best damn life! This process of crafting and living from a monthly archetype has truly allowed me to manifest, leap, and most importantly show up for myself in ways I didn't even imagine was possible. Today I'm breaking down it all down into a tangible process that I can't wait for you to embody yourself! On this episode we coverWhat a monthly archetype isLiving in your flow and purposeSteps to building a monthly archetype Living your souls purposeFixed verses flexible identityManifestationHow sex = life force energyBalancing masculine and feminineMentioned EpisodesBuild a Pleasure Practice + Get Turned ON By Your Life How to Cycle Sync and Quantum Leap with Sam Doyle DOWNLOAD : FREE Monthly Archetype Template Connect with Bedside:@thebedsidewww.thebedside.coSubscribe to our Love Letters Hang on tiktok: @bythebedsideIf you feel so moved, I'd love for you to leave a review or rating for today's episode! It helps us get this show into as many ears possible AND is a great way to get feedback to make this show the best it can be.
Patient Empowerment Program: A Rare Disease Podcast
The creation of a drug consists of a copious and complicated series of projects that are all intertwined. Andy Mehrotra, CEO of Unipr, joins the Patient Empowerment Program to discuss how Unipr's AI based cloud program, project, and portfolio management platforms allow organizations like n-Lorem to quickly analyze data to inform program management. Today, n-Lorem effectively manages more than 90 accepted patient programs thanks to help from Unipr. Discovering locations where productivity can be increased while maintaining quality in every step is critical to treating as many nano-rare patients as possible. On This Episode We Discuss:Andy's upbringing among physicians and pharmaceutical entrepreneurs Traveling the world to launch Humera Baring the frigid Boston winters at MIT Inspiration to found Unipr How biotech and pharmaceutical organizations can use Unipr to increase efficiency The partnership between Unipr and n-Lorem Unipr's focus areas: Increasing the probability of success, decreasing the operational costs, and decreasing the cycle time for drug development Why Andy would donate himself to help n-Lorem
Integrative Nurse Coaches in ACTION!
Debriefing to Heal Nurses- Tara Ryan Kosmas, MSN, RN, NC-BC, CHSE, SOAR“It's the backbone of how Debriefing the Front Lines kind of defines Nurse Coaching. We as humans are this collection of stories, and Nurse Coaching enables the client to connect with themselves through this intentional dialogue that creates meaning and acceptance in the story, during the good, the bad, and the painful parts.” ~Tara Ryan Kosmas, MSN, RN, NC-BC, CHSE, SOAR We must talk about the suffering and trauma we experience as Nurses, even if it is difficultAlone is no longer enough. Find colleagues, organizations and people who support you, pay for debriefing and coaching if your organization does not offer itIt's time to put yourself fist, in a loving, no-judgment wayCumulative caretaking trauma is a result of ongoing, overexposure, day in and day out, to abnormal and traumatic events, with no time for acknowledgement, discussion, processing, and recovery, that leads to emotional, physical, and spiritual suffering. Part of the trauma Nurses face as a result of COVID, was a feeling that our systems betrayed us. For example, lack of PPE and resources, Nurses having to work at the bedside while other professions did not, drastically changing protocols without much noticePsychological first aid, peer support and debriefing can be offered by Nurse Coaches to prevent burnout and improve turnoverNurse Coaching: Integrative Approaches for Health and Wellbeing TextbookDebriefing the Front Lines, IncIntegrative Nurse Coach Academy Integrative Nurse Coach Certificate Program ++++++ Thank you for listening. We LOVE Nurses! Please leave us a 5 start rating and a positive comment about an episode you love! Follow Integrative Nurse Coach Academy on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn Learn more about our programs at the Integrative Nurse Coach Academy
Join Host Monica Mafla MS, PNP-AC and guests Jean Storey MS, RN, NEA-BC (Children's Health Dallas) and Kim Ortmeyer BSN, RN, CCRN (Levine Children's) as they discuss bedside nursing and strategies to keep RNs at the bedside. Host: Monica Mafla MS, PNP-AC (Lucile Packard Children's Hospital/Stanford) Editor/Producer: Deanna Todd Tzanetos, MD, MSCI (Norton Children's Hospital/U of Louisville)
In the world of healing, there have always been folks willing to make money off of the suffering of others. And it was often seen that the more shameful the secret, the more profitable these problems would be for cunning charlatans. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The human body has long been a battleground for morality. And one of the places that these ideas have shown up might be surprising to you: the dinner table. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Well hello friends!! In today's episode I'm chatting with another amazing sober mama, Adrienne McDougal. Adrienne lives here in Oregon with her husband, two kiddos and a giant 120 pound dog. She's originally from New Mexico and has been a nurse for 14 years. She's very passionate about influencing rapid change in our healthcare system by developing and growing this generation of leaders. She loves spending time with her family, especially when it's in the outdoors anywhere near the water or the mountains! Adrienne is another amazing example of a mom who knew alcohol wasn't serving her, put in the hard work, and is thriving in sobriety. Can't wait to hear what you think of this great episode!Connect with Adrienne:Instagram: @amcdougal84 LinkedIn: adrienne-mcdougal Listen to her show: Between the Bedside and the BoardroomNext Steps: Contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: Click hereCommunity: The Decidedly Dry Community - Helping Women Embrace a Sober LifestyleCoaching: More Information
Welcome to episode 71! If you went to nursing school, chances are you learned very little about becoming an entrepreneur. Gross vs. Net Profit. Marketing. Time management. Side-hustling. None of these topics were covered while we learned how to conduct a head-to-toe assessment. In this episode-- we talk about: Why it's important to utilize both free and PAID resources to learn concepts that you may not be familiar with if you're hoping to make a career change The importance of aligning yourself with experts in the field who are operating within their zone of genius Living life on PURPOSE | How answering our call can affect the lives of those attached to us The Vintage Traveling Nurse Podcast is a space created with YOU in mind! You will find content discussed here that will include all things nursing & entrepreneurship- student nurses, new nurses, travel nurses, nurses aspiring to leverage their skills to start a side hustle- this podcast is for you! Stay tuned for bonus content and guest appearances. Subscribe to the Vintage Traveling Nurse Podcast! You can now listen on Apple Podcast, Spotify, and anywhere you like to listen to your favorite podcast! Previous episodes mentioned: The Non-negotiables of Travel Nursing featuring Nurse Malaika | Coffee Conversations The Non-negotiables of Travel Nursing Part II featuring Nurse Malaika | Coffee Conversations Nurse entrepreneurs & events mentioned in this episode: Nurse Jean: @_nursejean_ Nurse Week Fashion Now: https://www.nursesweekfashionshow.com/events/nurses-week-fashion-show The Nurse Power Network: @thenursepowernetwork The Nurse Power Network Brunch: https://www.nursepowerbrunch.com/ Irnise Williams: @yournurselawyer Website: https://www.irnisewilliams.com/ Connect with me on my socials: YouTube: @vintagetravelingnurse IG: @vintagetravelingnurse Website/Blog: www.vintagetravelingnurse.com Travel Nurse Freebie Thank you for listening! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/vintagetravelingnurse/support
QUICKIE: So often we talk about the beginnings and endings of relationships but what about what happens in between? This week I'm back with Amanda Blair to chat all things relationship maintenance. How to meet people where they're at, create lasting dynamics, and where to begin expressing needs & boundaries. On this episode we cover:Valentine's Day RecapCircles of ClosenessMeeting friends where they're atWhat to do if you're "bad at keeping in touch" Relationship guilt trippingEmotional availabilityTips for lasting connectionRelationship Baselines and so much more! Join the guest list for the IRL Sex Panel in LA! www.thebedside.co/events — I'd love to see you there alongside some other amazing sexperts! It's FREE Connect with Bedside:@thebedsidewww.thebedside.coConnect with Amanda Blair:amandablair.org@xoamandablairBe sure to rate, review, and share this episode with a friend!
The following question refers to Section 9.5 of the 2022 AHA/ACC/HFSA Guideline for the Management of Heart Failure. The question is asked by Western Michigan University medical student & CardioNerds Intern Shivani Reddy, answered first by Brigham & Women's medicine resident and Director of CardioNerds Internship Dr. Gurleen Kaur, and then by expert faculty Dr. Shashank Sinha. Dr. Sinha is an Assistant Professor of Medical Education at the University of Virginia School of Medicine and an advanced heart failure, MCS, and transplant cardiologist at Inova Fairfax Medical Campus. He currently serves as both the Director of the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit and Cardiovascular Critical Care Research Program at Inova Fairfax. He is also a Steering Committee member for the multicenter Cardiogenic Shock Working Group and Critical Care Cardiology Trials Network and an Associate Editor for the Journal of Cardiac Failure, the official Journal of the Heart Failure Society of America. The Decipher the Guidelines: 2022 AHA / ACC / HFSA Guideline for The Management of Heart Failure series was developed by the CardioNerds and created in collaboration with the American Heart Association and the Heart Failure Society of America. It was created by 30 trainees spanning college through advanced fellowship under the leadership of CardioNerds Cofounders Dr. Amit Goyal and Dr. Dan Ambinder, with mentorship from Dr. Anu Lala, Dr. Robert Mentz, and Dr. Nancy Sweitzer. We thank Dr. Judy Bezanson and Dr. Elliott Antman for tremendous guidance. Enjoy this Circulation 2022 Paths to Discovery article to learn about the CardioNerds story, mission, and values. Question #12 Mr. Shock is a 65-year-old man with a history of hypertension and non-ischemic cardiomyopathy (LVEF 25%) who is admitted with acute decompensated heart failure. He is currently being diuresed with a bumetanide drip, but is only making 20 cc/hour of urine. On exam, blood pressure is 85/68 mmHg and heart rate is 110 bpm. His JVP is at 12 cm and extremities are cool with thready pulses. Bloodwork is notable for a lactate of 3.5 mmol/L and creatinine of 2.5 mg/dL (baseline Cr 1.2 mg/dL). What is the most appropriate next step? A Augment diuresis with metolazone B Start sodium nitroprusside C Start dobutamine D Start oral metoprolol E None of the above Answer #12 Explanation The correct answer is C – start dobutamine. In this scenario, the patient is in cardiogenic shock given hypotension and evidence of end-organ hypoperfusion on exam and labs. The patient's cool extremities, low urine output, elevated lactate, and elevated creatinine all point towards hypoperfusion. In patients with cardiogenic shock, intravenous inotropic support should be used to maintain systemic perfusion and preserve end-organ function (Class 1, LOE B-NR). Further, in patients with cardiogenic shock whose end-organ function cannot be maintained by pharmacologic means, temporary MCS is reasonable to support cardiac function (Class 2a, LOE B-NR). The SCAI Cardiogenic Shock Criteria can be used to divide patients into stages. Stage A is a patient at risk for cardiogenic shock but currently not with any signs or symptoms, for example, a patient presenting with a myocardial infarction without present evidence of shock. Stage B is “pre-shock” – this may be a patient who has volume overload, tachycardia, and hypotension but does not have hypoperfusion based on exam and lab evaluation. Stage C is classic cardiogenic shock – the cold and wet profile. Bedside findings for Stage C shock include cool extremities, weak pulses, altered mental status, decreased urine output, and/or respiratory distress. Lab findings include impaired renal function, increased lactate, increased hepatic enzymes, and/or acidosis. Stage D is deteriorating with worsening hypotension and hypoperfusion with escalating use of pressors or mechanical circulatory support.
For centuries, cutting into the human body was strictly forbidden. In fact, for a long time, medical schools taught aspiring physcians not to touch their patients. You can imagine how helpful this was. But then, a turn in the story: along came a class of people whose dirty, rough, and practical work changed the way we practice medicine: the surgeons. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
INTERVIEW: Did you know there are multiple styles of Big O's??! This week Anna Lee, the founder behind Lioness, is joining Bedside to talk all things orgasm data. Anna and her team designed a smart vibrator which collects biometric data from its users via their app, and guys...the data her team has discovered is WILD. On this episode we cover:Orgasm dataDifferent O patternsMultiorgasmsHow health impacts our pleasure Tips if you struggle to OThe viral shower head Debunking what's "normal" My dog ate my vibrator...Exclusive Lioness Offer: BEDSIDE10 for 10% off! Connect with Anna:InstagramTiktokShop Lioness Connect with Bedside:IG: @thebedsideTiktok: @bythebedsidewww.thebedside.coBe sure to rate, review, and share this episode with a friend!
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On this Melaninwhitecoats podcast, we have Fola, owner of Gizel Atlanta speaking about her experience as an entrepreneur and the realities of opening a med spa. As a former nurse in the ER and ICU, she utilizes a compassionate and realistic approach to every client she has. She talks about how she tailors the experience and the perilous journey she had to traverse in order to make it to where she is now. We talk about health tips to maintain good skin care. Should you use bar soap to wash your face? Do black people need to use suncreen? Questions which often evade us but remember your skin is the first barrier to your body. Bad skins means increased risk for infections and health outcomes. What does it take to be an entrepreneur? We talk about that and more! Like, share, subscribe and comment Schedule an appointment with Gizel ATL and check her website here Follow her on IG here Follow the melaninwhitecoats podcast here
INTERVIEW: Today I'm in conversation with one of my absolute favorite authors Gay Hendricks. Gay is a renowned psychologist, writer, teacher and PhD, best known for his work in the field of body intelligence, relationships, and personal growth. Some of you may be familiar with his book The Big Leap, which profoundly changed my own life, as well as popular writings with his wife Katie on Conscious Loving. This is such a foundational episode as we delve into topics around Upper Limits, what's keeping you from living and expressing fully, finding your personal genius zone, and of course how that all plays into partnership dynamics. On this episode we cover:Emotional freedom Programming Upper Limit ProblemsZone of GeniusThe power of meditation Moving through conflictPartnershipLeaving the victim roleBreaking the argument loopBedside Partners
Welcome to Get Organised with Decluttr Me, the podcast that helps you organise your life and declutter your mind. In today's episode, we're going to dive into one of the most cluttered areas in your home: your bedside cabinets. We all know that getting a good night's sleep is important, but did you know that having an organised bedside cabinet can actually help you sleep better? That's right! By decluttering this small space, you can reduce stress and create a calming environment that's conducive to relaxation. We'll be sharing our top tips and tricks for organising your bedside cabinet, including how to sort through your items, how to maximise storage space, and how to maintain your newly organised space over time. So, if you're tired of rummaging through a jumbled mess of books, lotions, and other bedside essentials, grab a notebook and pen, and let's get started. I'm your host Shelina Jokhiya and this is Get Organised with Decluttr Me. Thanks for listening as always. Shelina x ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Buy Can You Find it in Five Seconds at the Decluttr Me Store or on Amazon Earn back 70% of your Item's Value when you Sell on The Luxury Closet - Use Code DM22 Buy new books with Bookends and get a free book using the code DECLUTTRME. Also sell your books with them. Learn more about DeCluttr Me on our website or follow Decluttr Me on Social Media: Facebook • Twitter • Instagram Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the not-too distant past, many European communities had their own local executioner. It was a paid government trade just like any other, but it came with a damning social stigma. But this role was a crucial one: though they brought imminent death, many people believed they also played a significant role in holistic healthcare. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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This week, Dustin welcomes Sex Educator and Founder & Host of the Bedside Podcast, Tatiana Fogt to the show, and DAMN do they cook up a good one. This episode is packed with value, stories, a running gag about having sex on a golf course, we're telling you, this thing really has it all! Tatiana tells Dustin about how she started Bedside, what someone's bedside table reveals about them, how Bedside has transformed over these last few years, and what she has learned from running Bedside and being a sex educator. Tatiana also talks about how she dates, what she looks for in a potential partner, and how to get out of your head and focus more on connection while dating. At the end of the episode Tatiana drops her Top 3 Relationship Red Flags, goes over what's "In" and what's "Out" for 2023, and gives us an exclusive on what's coming next...WELCOME TO EPISODE 55! (Omg 55?!?)Watch the video version of the show on YouTube YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIuCkOl_XummXVdu1t3XOuQFollow BedsideInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebedside (@thebedside)TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@bythebedside (@bythebedside) Listen to Bedside Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bedside/id1478299006Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2JUCX2MI3psllB2nQkPa3o?si=d0895154ae32426dJoin the Bedside Newsletter https://www.thebedside.co/linksFollow the showInstagram: https://instagram.com/sexpartyfm (@sexpartyfm)Twitter: https://twitter.com/sexpartyfm (@sexpartyfm)Follow Dustin Instagram: https://instagram.com/dustinrybka (@dustinrybka)Twitter: https://twitter.com/dustinrybka (@dustinrybka)Sex Party with Dustin Rybka
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Staying alive is a tough task, and medicine's function is to help us do just that. Often, we turn to pharmaceuticals. But we can trace a moment, very early in our construction of the healing arts, that the first chemists – the alchemists – sought something else: not just to extend life, but to make it eternal. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
INTERVIEW: Today I'm chatting with Lindsay Wynn, the founder of Momotaro Apotheca all things vulvovaginal wellness. Most of us aren't taught how to care for our most intimate body parts, which can lead to shame and uncertainty when it comes to staying well. On the show today Lindsay shares her journey to starting Momotaro and really how she's taking the feminine care aisle head-on with better ingredients, and most importantly OPTIONS for tackling concerns around soothing, hydrating, and keeping UTIs/BV/Yeast Infections at bay. RSVP Sexual Wellness NYC Event Feb 8th: RSVP here !!! Would LOVE to see you there! On this episode we cover:vulvovaginal care vaginal microbiomeingredient safetychronic UTIs/ Yeast Infectionswhy UTIs occurthe importance of sexual health options do's + don'ts for vaginal careBedside Partners
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Seeking a way to move away from working shifts, weekends, and holidays? A clinical research nurse role may be the perfect fit. If you want to stay connected as part of the healthcare team and you love teaching patients, then clinical trials nursing may be just what you are looking for. The job opportunities are abundant and another degree is not required to get hired. The role of the clinical research nurse allows nurses to step away from hospital shift work and demanding patient assignments. Working as part of the clinical trials team allows connection and collaborative opportunities for a fulfilling career. Natalie D'Itri shares some benefits of why a move to working in research may be just what you are looking to do. Mentioned on this episode: SOCRA - Society of Clinical Research Associates The Careerwise Nurse podcast is meant for you if you are launching your career, growing into your role, or seeking ways to thrive as a nurse! The Careerwise Nurse podcast is from nurses for nurses. Current and future student nurses - this is for you, too! Support this podcast: Buy me a coffee! FOLLOW the show RATE & REVIEW!! Help grow the show to reach more nurses!!! Talk with Natalie about tuning into your best nursing life. Schedule a free introductory coaching call: https://calendly.com/natalie-ditri/careerwisenurse Join the Facebook community - Careerwise Nurse Instagram: Careerwise Nurse Email host Natalie D'Itri, MSN, RN, AOCN
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How do you approach requests for 'futile' care? What do we mean by futility? What kind of recovery do we think is meaningful? How do we evaluate potentially inappropriate care? Where can we go for guidance on this?Show notes, Transcript and References: https://www.coreimpodcast.com/2023/02/01/futility-at-the-bedside-segment/Time stamps04:45 What do we mean by “futility”?11:20 Definitions20:23 Ethical Analysis39:13 RecommendationsTags: IM Core, CoreIM, ATS, autonomy, justice, values, emotions, communication, medical humanities, ethics
Aisha started earned her BSN from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2013, and began her nursing career in the VICU stepdown in Virginia Beach. Six months later she changed jobs and moved to the Cardiac Surgery ICU to start her journey to become a Nurse anesthesiologist. In 2016 she went on to attend Duke University to esrn her DNP with a specialty in Nurse Anesthesia. Her doctorate focused on healthcare providers' implicit bias and the pain disparities that come from them. Dr. Allen originally took to social media to encourage nurses to pursue advanced practice degrees. And while she still does that, she has also dedicated her platform to helping nurses achieve wealth away from the bedside. https://www.amazon.com/Ikigai-Japanese-Secret-Long-Happy/dp/0143130722 https://www.google.com/search?q=ikigai&sxsrf=AJOqlzXg8qzLLbYaSSJDXc-G53PgxwgySQ:1675022175762&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjvxZvux-38AhXckmoFHUneAMAQ_AUoAXoECAEQAw&biw=1512&bih=777&dpr=2#imgrc=m7q6eLSgYin2SM ---------------------------------------------------------- Follow up with the Doctor Nurse Podcast here! Success NP- Etsy Shop developed by my best friend and me who are both Nurse Practitioners and create beautiful designs for your life! Check us out. Picmonic covers thousands of hard-to-learn facts and topics, to help you master the material that healthcare students often struggle to learn. This study system helps boosts nursing and nurse practitioner students' confidence and grades. Picmonic learning system students increase retention and test scores. Why does Picmonic work? Years ago, psychologists and education researchers found mnemonics to be an effective tool in increasing retention and memory recall. Today, lots of different strategies for learning and memorization using mnemonics exist including keyword, phrase, music, and image mnemonics. Using the idea of image mnemonics and applying clever pictures and humorous characters tied together with story and audio -- and put it online to create the ultimate studying system for retention and memory recall. Use code DOCTORNURSE for 20% off your subscription.
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In this podcast conversation, I chat with Dr. Kathryn Mannix firstly about her experiences with physical death, and secondly some of the more non physical aspects of death and dying including deathbed visitations, spiritual signs that death is close and Near Death Experiences. Dr. Kathryn Mannix has spent her medical career working with people who have incurable, advanced illnesses. Starting in cancer care and changing career to become a pioneer of the new discipline of palliative medicine, she has worked as a palliative care consultant in teams in hospices, hospitals and in patients' own homes, optimising quality of life even as death is approaching. She is passionate about public education, and having qualified as a Cognitive Behaviour Therapist in 1993, she started the UK's (possibly the world's) first CBT clinic exclusively for palliative care patients, and devised ‘CBT First Aid' training to enable palliative care colleagues to add new skills to their repertoire for helping patients. To find out more about Kathryn you can visit: https://withtheendinmind.co.uk Kathryn's TedX Talk - What Happens When We Die?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZDDByT0Vr0 Kathryn's TedX Talk - Why Don't We Talk About Dying?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Skf0X8ErPMI Kathryn's TedX Talk - Heart-stopping Moments: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pn__lDD5q9g Kathryn's Book - With The End in Mind: How to Live Well and Die Well: https://www.amazon.com/End-Mind-Dying-Wisdom-Denial/dp/0008210918 https://www.bookdepository.com/With-the-End-in-Mind/9780008210915
Hormonal and adult acne can be SO COMPLICATED. That's why we're unpacking it from the inside out with Camille Garrigues, a Certified Integrative Health Practitioner and self proclaimed acne survivor. It was after a last-ditch Accutane suggestion that Camille decided it was time to go the holistic route for curing her acne. Through years of trial and error, different diets and protocols, and with the help of the San Diego Acne Clinic & CLEARSTEM Skincare products, Camille was finally able to heal her acne for good! And now she helps others do the same.On today's episode we're covering:causes of adult acne & hormonal acnestress impacts on our skinthe gut microbiomeblood sugar balancingliver healthfood protocolsbirth controltopicals & perscriptionsBedside Partners
Welcome to episode 64! In this episode-- we talk about: Taking a product from idealization to full business idea Staying consistent and how that creates rapport for consumers Why nurses need to prioritize self care Albert Matheny, IV, MS, RD is a true entrepreneur in every sense of the word. He is the founder and CEO of Promix Nutrition, a company he founded over a decade ago. He's also the co-founder of the Soho Strength Lab, a personal training gym and athletic training center based in NYC. We discuss his journey as an entrepreneur and how he decided to continue to expand his business and brand by partnering with Devon Lévesque. This conversation was a full circle moment as we discussed the grind that took place over the years. As nurses are learning to leverage their careers by becoming side hustlers and entrepreneurs, recognizing that nursing school does not train us to become business owners is key. We have to take the steps to combine what we know with resources about what could be a complete career shift as a new business owner. The Vintage Traveling Nurse Podcast is a space created with YOU in mind! You will find content discussed here that will include all things nursing & entrepreneurship- student nurses, new nurses, travel nurses, nurses aspiring to leverage their skills to start a side hustle- this podcast is for you! Stay tuned for bonus content and guest appearances. Subscribe to the Vintage Traveling Nurse Podcast! You can now listen on Apple Podcast, Spotify, and anywhere you like to listen to your favorite podcast! You can connect with Albert here: IG: Albert Matheny Promix Nutrition IG: Promix Website: Promix Nutrition Connect with me on my socials: YouTube: @vintagetravelingnurse IG: @vintagetravelingnurse Website/Blog: www.vintagetravelingnurse.com Do you have a topic that you want us to discuss on the podcast? Please send all emails to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for listening! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vintagetravelingnurse/support
Are you wanting to make some sort of career change but are afraid of making the wrong move. What if the grass isn't actually greener on the other side? What if you transition to a new career, but still aren't happy.This is exactly what happened to my podcast guest today Heather Flowers who left bedside nursing initially to become a barber only to find there was still something missing.Listen in to this week's episode as we discuss…What happens if you leave clinical medicine and still don't feel happy and fulfilled in a career.How the universe unexpectedly opens doors to guide you to where you're meant to be.Real talk about managing the ups and downs of being an entrepreneurThis is such an honest conversation and inspirational episode and I cannot wait for you to listen in.GUEST LINKS:https://email@example.comFacebook: Vibrant ChefsInstagram: vibrantchefsofficialWORK WITH CHELSEA:Private coaching:3-6 months of private coaching to help you find a career that's the right fit for YOU personallyhttps://calendly.com/coachchelsmd/discovery-call-OTHER RESOURCES:5 Days to Career Clarity:FREE mini-course to help you discover your next career steps.https://coachchelsmd.com/clarity/Bye Burnout Starter KitIdentify the 10 most common energy drains contributing to your burnout and create an action plan for change.https://coachchelsmd.com/burnout-recovery-starter-kit/Life After Medicine FB GroupConnect with a community of like-minded healthcare professionals seeking career change supporthttps://www.facebook.com/groups/leavemedicine/membersResidency Drop Out:My #1 Amazon Bestselling e-book about how I quit my medical career to travel the world and work remotely.https://coachchelsmd.com/book/Career Transition PlannerA step-by-step guide to changing careers without the overwhelmhttps://coachchelsmd.kartra.com/page/F6916Find me on social media for more daily content!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachchelsmd/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChelseaTurgeonMDLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/coachchelsmd/
Our language is ripe with turns of phrase that invoke the idea of blood. These idioms seem to illustrate some of our most intense human experiences – it's the thing that we can't live with, after all. So tell me this: what happens when the blood spills? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
INTERVIEW: This week Dr. Amir Marashi (aka The Vagina Whisperer) is joining us for a VERY JUICY conversation on Bedside. An internationally acclaimed OB/GYN and vaginal surgeon Dr. Marashi has dedicated his 20+ year career to revolutionizing the standard medical approach to female anatomy, promoting sexual wellness, and providing orgasm equality for people with vaginas. He's passionate about eliminating the taboo around female sexuality, normalizing conversations about vaginas, and urging medical professionals to re-evaluate their limited approaches of female anatomy.On This Episode We Cover:hymenoplastyvaginal reconstruction labiaplasty cultural taboos anatomy of the vaginaanatomy of the clitorisvaginal angles health benefits of orgasmbest sex positions different types of orgasmsgzones for menbutt play biomechanics for sexsexual devices Bedside Partners
A practical case-based approach to the selection of intravenous fluids in the ICU.
For much of human history, the interal geography of our bodies has been a mystery. We've walked a long, dark road as we've sought its secrets – taking many wrong turns, and leaving a trail of casualties in our wake. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
MINISODE: Today I'm coming to you for a quick solo episode + check-in as we enter the New Year. We're talking intention setting, reframing resolutions, and how to reset in an authentic and empowered way. This minisode is filled with tips on how you can step into your power, operate from your rulebook + intuition, and get granular about HOW to step by step cast powerful AF intentions and manifestations. TAKE OUR PLAY SURVEY: https://forms.gle/qXPN3PYtWoxaj3xB9 and join our exclusive product testing community!DOWNLOAD the FREE Reset Ritual Worksheet to help in your intention setting process for the new year. Bedside Partners: Shop Momotaro Apotheca's organic vulvovaginal care line and try their vaginal suppository — discount code: BEDSIDE Mindful Intimacy Card Game by Wonderlust — USE discount code: BEDSIDE at checkout!On this episode we cover:reframing resolutionsintentions > resolutionsmanifestation trifectawiser self vs inner child clearing spacereset ritual for 2023 Mentioned Resources:Vision Boarding: https://app.landing.spaceMy personal vision boardsJoe Dispenza Visualization MeditationHow To Cycle Sync & Quantum Leap with Sam Doyle Build a Pleasure PracticeConnect with Bedside:IG: @thebedsideTiktok: @bythebedsidewww.thebedside.co
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With Thanksgiving in the rearview, we can set our sights on Christmas — which means we had to do it to 'em with our Christmas Song Draft. We also discuss the photo Elon Musk tweeted of his bedside table, discuss Emily Ratajkowski at the Knicks game with Pete Davidson, and our Thanksgivings in Fun. Support us on Patreon and receive weekly episodes for as low as $5 per month: www.patreon.com/circlingbackpodcast Watch all of our full episodes on our new YouTube channel — www.youtube.com/circlingback Shop Washed Merch: www.washedmedia.shop (0:00) Fun & Easy Banter (13:15) Recapping This Thanksgiving in Fun (28:15) Elon Musk's Bedside Table (42:20) The Christmas Song Draft (1:05:46) Emily Ratajkowski x Pete Davidson Support This Episode's Sponsors Vizzy: www.vizzyhardseltzer.com/washed Mugsy: www.mugsy.com (Black Friday sale!) Solo Stove: www.solostove.com (STEAM for $10 off) Poncho: www.ponchooutdoors.com (FAJITAS for free hat/shirt at checkout)
Conan speaks with ICU nurse Effie from Durham, North Carolina to find out how she and her fellow nurses keep themselves entertained and how Conan might be of service in a hospital setting. Wanna get a chance to talk to Conan? Submit here: TeamCoco.com/CallConan