“It's actually the nurse who most often first identifies the subtle signs of sepsis in patients. Trust your clinical judgement,” ONS member Laura Zitella, MS, RN, ACNP-BC, AOCN®, nurse practitioner at the University of California, San Francisco, told listeners during a conversation with Stephanie Jardine, BSN, RN, oncology clinical specialist at ONS. Zitella explained the nursing and management considerations for febrile neutropenia and what to do if it transitions into sepsis. This episode is part of a series about oncologic emergencies; the previous episodes are also linked below. You can also earn free NCPD contact hours after listening to this episode by completing the evaluation linked below. Music Credit: "Fireflies and Stardust" by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0 Earn 0.5 contact hours of nursing continuing professional development (NCPD) by listening to the full recording and completing an evaluation at myoutcomes.ons.org by August 12, 2024. The planners and faculty for this episode have no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose. ONS is accredited as a provider of NCPD by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Episode Notes Complete this evaluation for free NCPD. Previous Oncology Nursing Podcast episodes on oncologic emergencies Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing articles: Sepsis: Symptoms, Assessment, Diagnosis, and the Hour-1 Bundle in Patients With Cancer NEWS Scoring System: Use in Hematologic Malignancies and Cellular Therapeutics Patient Populations Febrile Neutropenia: Decreasing Time to Antibiotic Administration in a Community Hospital Emergency Department ONS book: Understanding and Managing Oncologic Emergencies: A Resource for Nurses (third edition) ONS courses: Oncologic Emergencies Treatment and Symptom Management—Oncology RN Essentials in Oncologic Emergencies for the Advanced Practice Provider ONS Huddle Cards™ International Guidelines for Management of Sepsis and Septic Shock National Comprehensive Cancer Network guidelines on prevention and treatment of cancer-related infections Sepsis Alliance Surviving Sepsis Campaign To discuss the information in this episode with other oncology nurses, visit the ONS Communities. To provide feedback or otherwise reach ONS about the podcast, email pubONSVoice@ons.org. Highlights From Today's Episode “We know that fever and neutropenia in combination needs to be treated immediately. This is a high-risk oncologic emergency. Our patients who have febrile neutropenia are at very high risk of having a severe infection or sepsis.” Timestamp (TS) 03:44 “Patients with cancer are at an increased risk for infection because of the inherent immunosuppression of the cancer itself and also the treatment.” TS 08:28 “There are some very, very basic things that patients can do [to decrease risk for infection]. The most important is good handwashing. I explain to patients that your skin is the best barrier against getting an infection. If there's no break in the skin, then infection cannot get in. So, if your hands get contaminated and you wash them before you touch your eyes or your mouth or your nose, then that is a good way to prevent infection.” TS 11:42 “Even if a patient does everything perfect, most of the time when you're neutropenic, the infections that develop come from endogenous organisms. So, our body is colonized with probably 10 times as many microbes as human cells, and when the immune system is suppressed, it allows these organisms sometimes to cause infection. So, it's very important for patients to know that if they have signs of infection that they should let us know so that we can start immediate treatment to treat the infection.” TS 14:01 “If patients are higher risk or they have any organ dysfunctions, or other symptoms—like they're unwell, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, any symptoms like that—they should be admitted to the hospital, and we would initiate IV antibiotics.” TS 17:37 “It's actually the nurse who's most often the person that first identifies sepsis in patients, so I think it's really important to trust your clinical judgement. When you look at a patient, it's really easy to tell when something is wrong. When they're starting to breathe too heavy or they're a little bit off and they're starting to get some altered mental status, or suddenly their heart rate is elevated for no reason even though they're just lying in bed. So, nurses are really positioned and are most often the ones who first pick up on these subtle signs.” TS 27:17
We're going to talk about Alex Jones past present and future, his trial and some conspiracy theories about all of it! First we get into why Isaac decided to remove BSN from Rokfin, and then we get into all the Alex Jones drama. At the end of the show we'll discuss symbolism from "The Incident" that includes Batman, Lil Wayne, Hunger Games and Kesha!—You can now sign up for our commercial-free version of the show with a Patreon exclusive bonus show called “Morning Coffee w/ the Weishaupts” at Patreon.com/BreakingSocialNorms -Check out the index of all supporter ad-free episodes here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/55009895-Follow Josie Weishaupt on IG for dogs, memes and show discussions: instagram.com/theweishaupts2 (*now under new management- Josie's running it and reading all the comments!)Want more?…—Sign up for the free email newsletter for updates at BreakingSocialNorms.com—Subscribe to our YouTube channel (*we'll be more regular on posting videos some glorious day when we get our studio fixed up)! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCarMLPQCW856nx5mQoN_PEA—Index of all previous episodes on free feed: https://breakingsocialnorms.com/2021/03/22/index-of-archived-episodes/—Leave a review or rating wherever you listen and we'll see what you've got to say!Follow us on the socials:-instagram.com/theweishaupts2/ Check out Isaac's conspiracy podcasts, merch, etc:-AllMyLinks.com/IsaacW-Conspiracy Theories & Unpopular Culture (on all podcast platforms or IlluminatiWatcher.com)-Isaac Weishaupt's book are all on Amazon and Audible; *author narrated audiobooks, get free first month Audible.com/Illuminati
On this episode of WOCTalk, we sit down with Eileen Blodgett, BSN, RN, CWON, presenting author of the WOCNextⓇ 2022 ePoster, “Making Our Bed: WOC Nurse-led Initiative to Replace Aging Hospital Beds to Decrease Pressure Injuries”. Eileen shares with us a look into what led to Beaumont Health System's nurse-led initiative, the process of implementing the initiative, and the overall success of the project.Episode ResourcesClick here to view the abstract “Making Our Bed: WOC Nurse-led Initiative to Replace Aging Hospital Beds to Decrease Pressure Injuries.”Click here to view the interactive ePoster from WOCNext 2022.Click here to view all WOCNext 2022 accepted abstracts and ePosters.
In this episode, we welcome Shannon Yarnoff BSN, RN, CMSRN to talk all about travel nursing and working in med surg. Maggie and Shannon discuss how to feel confident when traveling as a nurse, community vs university hospitals, behavioral issues, nursing stress, med surg stories, and more!We Discuss(0:00) Introduction(6:26) Travel Nursing & Med Surg(13:10) Feeling Confident in Travel Nursing(22:24) Community vs University Hospitals(25:06) Managing Behavioral Issues as a Med Surg Nurse (38:20) Nursing Stress Management (41:17) Med Surg Nursing Stories (50:16) Benefits of Working in Med Surg About Shannon Yarnoff BSN, RN, CMSRNShannon graduated from JMU with her BSN in 2014. She's been a nurse for 8 years now, working in med surg for her entire career thus far. She moved up the clinical ladder to a permanent position working as a charge nurse and obtained her CMSRN. In September of 2020, she began travel nursing and has completed 4 assignments working in various med surg and float pool positions.About the ShowProducer – Jonathan Cary Assistant Producers – Katie Schrauben & Sam MacKay Powered by American Mobile
Esta semana llegan a Audie & Melo, le damos update al #BSN ''Liga de Basket en Puerto Rico''. De lo que será la 4ta ventana FIBA camino al mundial, de la Pre selección de Puerto Rico y Republica Dominicana, Los hermanos Antetokounmpo. No dejamos fuera los temas libres, entre otros temas mas. REDES Desde La Linea Podcast https://linktr.ee/DesdeLaLineaPod Audie @soyaudie ''IG'' Vil Yampier @vilyampier ''Tw'' Melo @m3lolmr ''IG''
In this episode, we talk to Kristi Goode, a certified macro nutrition coach, who tells us about her personal journey figuring out how food was affecting her body. She talks about how to play a food detective to figure out how different foods may be affecting our bodies, and helps us to understand how to tailor our nutrition for our individual needs. A little more about Kristi... Kristi Goode, RN, BSN, Certified Transformational Macro Nutrition Coach Kristi began her coaching journey as a certified 21 Day Sugar Detox Coach to help others bust sugar & carb cravings. She found that she loved working 1:1 with clients and has expanded her nutrition education by becoming a certified nutrition coach through Precision Nutrition along with becoming a certified Transformational Macro & Fitness Coach. Now, she can help clients reach their nutrition goals and find sustainable weight loss by focusing on the whole person and coaching from the inside out. Website: Love Livin' Low Sugar IG and TikTok: @lovelivinlowsugar Email: firstname.lastname@example.org What are your thoughts?? Come over to Instagram @realliferunners and let us know! Thanks for Listening!! JOIN OUR 5 DAY RUNNING CHALLENGE BY CLICKING HERE! Interested in our coaching program? Get on the waitlist here! Come find us on Instagram and say hi! Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews really help and we read each one! Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, iHeartRadio, or Google Play Don't forget: The information on this website is not intended to treat or diagnose any medical condition or to provide medical advice. It is intended for general education in the areas of health and wellness. All information contained in this site is intended to be educational in nature. Nothing should be considered medical advice for your specific situation.
In this podcast, Amy Stewart, MSN, RN, DNS-MT, QCP-MT, RAC-MT, RAC-MTA, vice president of education and certification strategy for AAPACN and Denise Winzeler, BSN, RN, LNHA, DNS-MT, QCP-MT, curriculum development specialist for AAPACN, discuss AAPACN's latest education program for nurse leaders—Nurse Leader Fundamentals.
En este episodio de Sports R Us Podcast tenemos casa llena, ya que se une la familia completa de Sports R Us para analizar lo que sera la serie final del 2022 del Baloncesto Superior Nacional entre los Vaqueros de Bayamón y los Atléticos de San German.Recuerden que nos pueden seguir en:https://www.facebook.com/sportsruspodcasthttps://www.facebook.com/fantasycornerprhttps://www.instagram.com/sports_r_us_podcast/https://www.youtube.com/resultshttps://vm.tiktok.com/TTPdBpUsVp/
“Using that view of looking at the whole person, we can provide some acupuncture or acupressure to help maybe reduce anxiety, to help them relax a little bit more, settle their thinking down a little bit, and get some improved sleep,” ONS member Susan Yaguda, MSN, RN, RN manager in integrative oncology at the Atrium Health Levine Cancer Institute in Charlotte, NC, told Stephanie Jardine, BSN, RN, oncology clinical specialist at ONS, during a discussion on using acupuncture and acupressure to manage symptoms and side effects of cancer and cancer treatment. Yaguda also demonstrated example acupressure techniques that nurses can try at home and in their practice. You can earn free NCPD contact hours after listening to this episode by completing the evaluation linked below. Music Credit: "Fireflies and Stardust" by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0 Earn 0.75 contacts hour of nursing continuing professional development (NCPD) by listening to the full recording and completing an evaluation at myoutcomes.ons.org by August 5, 2024. The planners and faculty for this episode have no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose. ONS is accredited as a provider of NCPD by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Episode Notes Complete this evaluation for free NCPD. Yaguda's 2022 ONS Congress® session: Improving Quality of Life With Acupuncture, Acupressure, and Oncology Massage ONS's evaluation of the evidence for acupressure as a symptom intervention Oncology Nursing Podcast Episode 129: Safely Use Acupuncture as Integrative Care for Symptoms and Side Effects ONS Voice articles: Acupuncture for Cancer-Related Fatigue What the Evidence Says About Acupuncture and Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Insomnia Evidence Is Building for Acupuncture as an Opioid Alternative for Cancer Pain Oncology Nursing Forum articles: Acupuncture as a Treatment Modality for the Management of Cancer Pain: The State of the Science Effects of Acupuncture and Acupressure on Cancer-Related Fatigue: A Systematic Review Assessing the Impact of Acupuncture on Pain, Nausea, Anxiety and Coping in Women Undergoing a Mastectomy Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing article: Acupuncture for Menopausal Hot Flashes Current Oncology article: A Systemic Review of Acupuncture for Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy International Journal of Nursing Studies article: Effects of Acupressure on Chemotherapy-Induced Nausea and Vomiting-A Systematic Review With Meta-Analyses and Trial Sequential Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials Acupressure's Potent Points: A Guide to Self-Care for Common Ailments The Society for Integrative Oncology Clinical Practice Guidelines on the Evidence-Based Use of Integrative Therapies During and After Breast Cancer Treatment LCI Supportive Oncology video: Acupressure Points Reference Memorial Sloan Kettering video: How to Perform Acupressure for Nausea and Vomiting Cancer Help Program: Beyond Conventional Cancer Therapies Medical Acupuncture article: Information on Battlefield Acupuncture To discuss the information in this episode with other oncology nurses, visit the ONS Communities. To provide feedback or otherwise reach ONS about the podcast, email pubONSVoice@ons.org. Highlights From Today's Episode “When people have a disruption in their health—and it could be your emotional well-being, physical, or both—in traditional Chinese medicine, it is reflected in that the flow of qi has been disrupted. Acupuncture and acupressure address this by trying to open up and even out that flow, by either inserting tiny little needles called acupuncture needles, or by exerting gentle pressure—called acupressure—on specific acupoints.” Timestamp (TS) 03:22 “What I really love about traditional Chinese medicine is it's very holistic. It's looking at the whole person, at systems working together, and it really meshes beautifully with what I think of as nursing practice, as nurses, that we step back and that we are looking at the whole person. And how maybe an imbalance in one area of one's life can definitely impact other areas as well.” TS 05:27 “We know that patients who receive neurotoxic chemotherapies can develop painful neuropathy that can really be impactful on their quality of life. We have found, and the literature also supports, that if patients can come in and get some sessions of acupuncture, it can be really impactful on their neuropathy.” TS 08:09 “Using that view of looking at the whole person, we can provide some acupuncture or acupressure to help maybe reduce anxiety, to help them relax a little bit more, settle their thinking down a little bit, and get some improved sleep, which as we all know is a very important part of health and well-being and definitely for our patients something that can better help them manage treatment moving forward.” TS 10:56 “Integrative medicine looks at using complementary therapies in a very collaborative way with what we would consider to be more conventional medical treatment, so that it's coordinated and very intentionally meshed together to best suit the patients' needs at whatever point along the trajectory of their care.” TS 12:58 “Some cancer centers do have an integrative medicine department, and oftentimes acupuncture is part of that.” TS 15:56 “Not only could our care partners use some acupressure themselves to help with fatigue, anxiety, and their own sleep difficulties, but it gives them something that they can be easily trained to do to share with their loved one. And sometimes, it's so important for them to feel like they can contribute positively to their loved one's well-being in some sort of way. I always encourage, if possible, for a care partner to be involved in the process as well.” TS 20:47 “Using battlefield acupuncture, or acupuncture and acupressure of any kind, is not a replacement for appropriate medical management of symptoms—whether it's pain, nausea, or anxiety, for example. Think about this as another tool in the toolbox to offer to our patients that has very few side effects. . . . It should never be considered a replacement for that type of care.” TS 32:45
#MásDeUnaMilla #DeporteEsMásQueJuego #QueClaseDeSwing La novela de las taquillas para los juegos de la serie final del BSN termina en un acuerdo entre las franquicias | Anuncian la Pre-Selección Nacional para la cuarta ventana clasificatoria de FIBA | Mañana arranca la final del Voleiból Superior Femenino | Gran evento de voleiból este fin de semana en el Centro de Convenciones | En Panamá la Selección Nacional de Surfing | Oro por equipo en Tenis de Mesa | Representación boricua en Campeonato de Canotaje en Canadá | Empiezan las semifinales del béisbol Doble A | Productiva jornada de boricuas en las Grandes Ligas #OrgulloPUR #HayPaís #TiempoDeDeportes
En este episodio, tenemos un co-host invitado en la figura de Héctor González de la Guerra del BSN para repasar lo ocurrido en las semifinales: Vaqueros-Leones y Atléticos-Capitanes. Análisis de las temporadas de Ponce y Arecibo. Vistazo a la Serie Final entre Bayamón-San Germán y más. (3:22-12:33) Semifinal Vaqueros-Leones (12:34-22:33) Temporada de los Leones (22:35-43:47) Semifinal Capitanes-Atléticos, lesión de Nate Mason, Víctor Liz. (43:48-55:27) Walter Hodge, MVP (55:28-1:03:44) Temporada de los Capitanes (1:03:44-1:41:00) Serie Final: Bayamón-San Germán (1:41:15-1:43:30) Suspensión Yadier Molina, (1:43:30-1:49:10) Otros temas #PinturaRankingBSN de En la Pintura Deportes está disponible en la mayoría de las plataformas de Podcast: Apple, Google, Ivoox, Podbean, Tune in, Spotify, entre otras. enlapinturadeportes.blogspot.com Twitter- https://twitter.com/pinturadeportes Facebook e Instagram: En la Pintura Deportes Correo: email@example.com
During the twentieth century, drugs were administered with much less care that in the current medical settings. Your host, Pat Iyer, recalls sometimes-fatal insulin shock therapy being administered to psychiatric patients. However, the rising number of deaths from medical and medication errors in the U. S. has made this crisis a significant issue, both in medical and legal arenas. Christine Dorman, a critical care nurse practitioner, has a doctorate and is a legal nurse consultant who specializes in critical issues. She brings her expertise to our discussion about how medication errors occur and how they can be prevented. She describes the many safeguards in place to ensure that the right medication is administered to the right patient, by the right route, at the right time, and at the right frequency. The participation of onsite critical care pharmacists further reduces the margin of error. Nonetheless, errors continue to occur. Christine and Pat discuss a Vanderbilt Hospital case wherein a nurse inadvertently administered a paralytic agent, Vercuronium, with tragic consequences. She also describes some other medicines that should be administered with great care and oversight. Knowing which drugs require the most attention and supervision helps an LNC in analyzing a medication errors case. In addition, Christine recommends checking dosages, patients' weights, the administration of antidotes. The LNC also needs to be or become familiar with the correct dosages and routes of delivery. Pharmaceutical companies continue to introduce new and diversified medications, a situation that makes their correct prescription and administration challenging for hospital and family medical practices. For you, as an LNC, this is an important area for learning. This podcast will help you learn more. Join me in this episode of Legal Nurse Podcast to learn about Critical Care Medication Errors with Christine Dorma How many people die annually due to medical errors? What are the five rights of the patient? How does an onsite critical care pharmacist help to prevent medicine errors? What ethical challenges do medical personnel face regarding self-reporting errors? How can an LNC investigate whether a medication error was made? Join us for our 6th Virtual Conference LNC Success is a Livecast Virtual Conference 2-day event designed for legal nurse consultants just like you! Pat Iyer and Barbara Levin put together THE first Legal Nurse Consulting Virtual Conference in July 2020. They are back with their 6th all new conference based on what attendees said they'd find most valuable. This new implementation and networking event is designed for LNCs at any stage in their career. Build your expertise, attract higher-paying attorney clients, and take your business to the next level. After the LNC Success Virtual Conference, you will leave with clarity, confidence, and an effective step-by-step action plan that you can immediately implement in your business. Your Presenter of Critical Care Medication Errors with Christine Dorma Christine Dorman is the owner and lead nurse consultant for Vantage Point Legal Nurse Consulting (VPLNC). She has been a nurse for over 30 years. She began her career in 1991 as an LPN, became an RN in 1995, earned her BSN in 1999 from Florida International University, MSN with certification specialty as an ACNP (Acute Care Nurse Practitioner) from Barry University in 2005, and most recently obtained her DNP(Doctor of Nursing Practice) in Health Systems Executive Leadership from University of Pittsburgh in 2021. She has an extensive nursing background in med-surg, telemetry, pulmonary, trauma, adult critical care, and advance nursing practice. She currently works as a critical care nurse practitioner in Southeast, Florida. Connect with Christine https:www.vplnc.com
It's an unassuming metal box off to the corner or sitting on the edge of your assembly table. But it creates the sealed barrier between sterile instruments and the world of dangerous microbes outside seeking to do our patients harm. You guessed it! We're talking about the department heat sealer on this episode of Season 17 "The Power to Process" on Beyond Clean. Our featured guest for this interview is podcast favorite Kevin Anderson MBA, BSN, RN, CNOR, CRCST, CHL, CIS, CER, Clinical Education Specialist at Healthmark Industries Co. During this deep dive into all things heat sealing, we discuss training, maintenance, technology and trends surrounding this little piece of reprocessing equipment that has such a big impact on our peel pack workflow. If you've ever taken your heat sealer for granted, or just want to nerd out on the intricacies of this little bundle of sealing joy, make sure to join us for this educational interview! We hope you enjoy! Season 17 episodes are individually approved for 1 CE, so once you finish this interview, you can download your CE certificate immediately by passing the short quiz linked below each week. For access to this CE quiz and over 300 other free CE credits, visit our CE Credit Hub: http://www.beyondclean.net/ce-credit-hub #BeyondClean #SterileProcessing #Podcast #CE #PowerToProcess #Equipment #Season17 #WeFightDirty #WeEducateDifferently
Kallie Fell (MS, BSN, RN) started her professional career as a scientist in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center utilizing a Master of Science degree in Animal Sciences with an emphasis on Reproductive Physiology and Molecular Biology from Purdue University. While assisting in the investigation of endometriosis and pre-term birth, Kallie simultaneously pursued a degree in nursing with hopes of working with women as a perinatal nurse. After meeting Jennifer at a conference, Kallie became interested in the work of the Center for Bioethics and Culture and started volunteering with the organization. It is obvious that Kallie is passionate about women's health. She continues to work, as she has for the past 6 years, as a perinatal nurse and has worked with the CBC since 2018, first as a volunteer writer, then as our staff Research Associate, and now as the Executive Director. In 2021, Kallie co-directed the CBC's newest documentary, Trans Mission: What's the Rush to Reassign Gender? Kallie also hosts the popular podcast Venus Rising and is the Program Director for the Paul Ramsey Institute. https://cbc-network.org
En este episodio de Sports R Us Podcast entrevistamos a uno de los primeros refuerzos del Baloncesto Superior Nacional, Rolando Frazer. Analizamos lo que fue su recorrido por el BSN y ligas en el exterior, incluyendo Argentina y España. También dialogamos sobre los momentos mas impactantes con la Selección Nacional de Panama.Recuerden que nos pueden seguir en:https://www.facebook.com/sportsruspodcasthttps://www.facebook.com/fantasycornerprhttps://www.instagram.com/sports_r_us_podcast/https://www.youtube.com/resultshttps://vm.tiktok.com/TTPdBpUsVp/
“Saline is very benign and doesn't have any risk of harm for the patient. They're small doses, so we're not worried about sodium or anything. The risk of heparin is actually quite extensive,” MiKaela Olsen, DNP, APRN-CNS, AOCNS®, FAAN, clinical program director in oncology at Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins Health System in Baltimore, MD, told Stephanie Jardine, BSN, RN, oncology clinical specialist at ONS, during a conversation about the latest evidence surrounding central venous catheter flushing solutions and techniques. You can earn free NCPD contact hours after listening to this episode by completing the evaluation linked below. Music Credit: “Fireflies and Stardust” by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0 Earn 0.75 contact hours of nursing continuing professional development (NCPD) by listening to the full recording and completing an evaluation at myoutcomes.ons.org by July 29, 2024. The planners and faculty for this episode have no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose. ONS is accredited as a provider of NCPD by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Episode Notes Check out these resources from today's episode: Complete this evaluation for free NCPD. ONS Access Device Standards Oncology Nursing Podcast Episode 127: Reduce and Manage Extravasations When Administering Cancer Treatments Episode 162: What Nurses Need to Know About Central Lines and Ports Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing articles Heparin Versus Normal Saline: Flushing Effectiveness in Managing Central Venous Catheters in Pediatric Patients With Cancer Heparin Versus Normal Saline: Flushing Effectiveness in Managing Central Venous Catheters in Patients Undergoing Blood and Marrow Transplantation Implanted Port Patency: Comparing Heparin and Normal Saline Central Venous Access Devices: An Investigation of Oncology Nurses' Troubleshooting Techniques ONS books Access Device Standards of Practice for Oncology Nursing Chemotherapy and Immunotherapy Guidelines and Recommendations for Practice Journal of Vascular Access article: Flushing of Intravascular Access Devices (IVADS) – Efficacy of Pulsed and Continuous Infusions Medical Devices: Evidence and Research article: Pulsative flushing as a strategy to prevent bacterial colonization of vascular access devices ASCO/ONS Chemotherapy Administration Safety Standards ONS/ONCC Chemotherapy Immunotherapy Certificate Course Infusion Nurses Society's Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice To discuss the information in this episode with other oncology nurses, visit the ONS Communities. To provide feedback or otherwise reach ONS about the podcast, email pubONSVoice@ons.org. Highlights From Today's Conversation “The way that you can eliminate heparin is by really focusing on education and teaching of patients and nurses and other staff that access central lines about how to do that.” Timestamp (TS) 06:13 “One of the barriers right now I think is that a lot of the manufacturer guidelines are old, and they still recommend in their catheter guidelines to use heparin because they aren't up to date either.” TS 07:50 “The risk of heparin is actually quite extensive. For instance, we know that heparin can cause heparin-induced thrombocytopenia, or HIT. Unfortunately, you don't always know that your patient is experiencing that, but I've had many, many patients over the years where, all of a sudden, their platelet count was low, and no one knew why. . . . We did testing for HIT and found out that it was the heparin flushes that were causing that.” TS 09:04 “Normal saline is the most benign solution that can be used in catheters. There are studies showing benefit in some patient populations, and I know that some places have protocols using an antibiotic lock solution or a sodium citrate lock solution, but in general the most common type of flush solution for central lines as heparin begins to move out of favor is normal saline.” TS 13:06 “We know that using a push-pause, pulsatile, or, I call it sometimes, turbulent flush, has been shown to promote the clearance of the catheter lumen and prevent occlusion. According to the Infusion Nursing Society guidelines. . . . we are instructed to stop and start every millimeter of flush. . . . That is really important because every time you stop and start, you cause turbulence in that catheter.” TS 13:55 “When you study it, you find that patients or nurses are not actually flushing enough. If the patient's at home and you're using saline, then the catheter is usually flushed on a daily basis with pulsation when not in use. If the patient's giving themselves antibiotics or other medications through their catheter, they need to be taught how to do the saline flush after each of the medications.” TS 17:47
This special podcast is part of the Ostomy Observations Series, a brand-new 6-part series that is included in the "Educating Today for Exceptional Outcomes Tomorrow" Program and is commercially supported through an educational grant from Hollister Incorporated. On this month's episode we sit down with Vashti Livingston, MS, RN, CWOCN, to speak about the topic, “More than Asparagus - Urine Odor with a Urostomy”.Vashti Livingston, MS, RN, CWOCN has been a member of the WOCN Society for 20 years. She works as a Certified WOC Nurse Ambulatory Urology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center NYC for the past 17 years. Her educational background includes Emory University WOCNEP (2001); MS in Adult Health Nursing (2005); BSN (1990) and BS Biology (1984).Listen in to learn more about Vashti's experience as a WOC nurse, her experience with the WOCN Society (National and Regional positions), her take on hydration, along with urine, odor and urostomy management.This podcast is part of the OstomyObservations Podcast Series, a brand-new 6-part series that is included in the "Educating Today for Exceptional Outcomes Tomorrow" Program. Both the podcast series and the Educating Today for Exceptional Outcomes Tomorrow Program are commercially supported through an educational grant from Hollister Incorporated. For additional information, please visit: wocn.org/exceptionaloutcomes. The WOCN® Society does not endorse or support products or services.
Have you ever had to be at work or school while experiencing a personal crisis at home? If you're like most people, you have and it was extremely challenging so don't feel like you're alone. Nurse Alice shares how she got through work in the ICU and graduate school after discovering her husband was cheating and had an extramarital child which ultimately resulted in their divorce. She was devastated and had a mental breakdown which prompted her to take some time off but eventually, she had to return to work and school. Nurse Alice shares 5 tips that helped her refocus professionally while dealing with ongoing personal problems
In this episode, we explore the world of Surgical Trauma ICU Nursing with Liz Christian BSN, RN, CCRN. We discuss Liz's background, STICU patient populations, new grad ICU nursing, Telehealth, and more!We Discuss(0:00) Introduction(7:07) Liz's Background(13:40) ICU Precepting(18:50) New Grad ICU Nursing(23:14) Patient Populations in the Surgical Trauma ICU(40:34) Neuro Trauma(44:49) Favorite STICU patients to take care of(53:24) Using Telehealth for ICU NursingAbout Elizabeth (Liz) Christian BSN, RN, CCRNLiz has been a trauma surgery nurse for 6 years at a rural Level 1 Trauma Center in NH. Starting in med surg and working her way into the ICU, Liz also broke into the remote nursing world and became a certified Critical Care nurse last year. When not in the ICU, Liz can be found cooking, reading, and playing with her 4-month-old kitten, Mojo.IG: @philosophical_liz About the ShowProducer – Jonathan Cary Assistant Producer – Katie Schrauben & Sam MacKay Powered by American Mobile
En este episodio hablamos sobre las facilidades de Cuidad Deportiva Roberto Clemente, Cambios en MLB y BSN. Coméntanos en nuestras redes sociales y síguenos: Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUoPkzu-kYkUDuOHpOQCumA Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/enlazonapr/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/enlazonapodcast También puedes vernos en vivo todos los lunes de 9:30 a 10:30 en la pagina de Pura Palabra en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PuraPalabraMedia
On this episode of WOCTalk, we sit down with Katherine Wallender, BSN, RN, CWOCN, the recipient of the Barbara Braden Future is Bright Award. Katherine shares with us her path to becoming a WOC Nurse, her work with creating educational and professional practice resources for WOCN's WTA Program and for her fellow colleagues, and her involvement in the Houston Methodist Hospital Pressure Injury Prevention Committee. The Barbara Braden Future is Bright Award recognizes a new WOC nurse within the first 5 years of practice who is tri-specialty certified and destined to make a significant contribution to WOC care and exemplifies the scope of WOC nursing practice as defined in “WOC Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice, 2nd Edition” (clinician, educator, consultant, researcher, administrator).
En este episodio, junto con La Güirita, hablamos de los resultados de las series de cuartos de final entre Ponce-Fajardo y San Germán-Santurce. También repasamos lo que fue la temporada de los Cariduros y Cangrejeros. Luego, analizamos las semifinales entre Atléticos-Capitanes y Leones-Vaqueros. También repasamos otras notas relacionadas al BSN como el reglamento de las revisiones en las transmisiones de los juegos, retiro de José Juan Barea y más. (1:25-6:34) Serie 4tos de final: Cariduros-Leones (6:34-11:28) Temporada de los Cariduros (11:36-20:51) Serie 4tos de final: Cangrejeros-Atléticos (20:51-26:35) Retiro de José Juan Barea (26:35-33:02) Temporada de los Cangrejeros (33:02-50:55) Semifinal Capitanes-Atléticos (50:55-1:10:26) Semifinal Vaqueros-Leones (1:10:26-1:24:23) Otros temas: reglas de las revisiones de jugadas por televisión y otros. #PinturaRankingBSN de En la Pintura Deportes está disponible en la mayoría de las plataformas de Podcast: Apple, Google, Ivoox, Podbean, Tune in, Spotify, entre otras. enlapinturadeportes.blogspot.com Twitter- https://twitter.com/pinturadeportes Facebook e Instagram: En la Pintura Deportes Correo: firstname.lastname@example.org
En este episodio de Sports R Us Podcast entrevistamos a Richie Dalmau. Dialogamos su relación con sus hermanos, su recorrido por el Baloncesto Superior Nacional y la Selection Nacional de Puerto Rico.Recuerden que nos pueden seguir en:https://www.facebook.com/sportsruspodcasthttps://www.facebook.com/fantasycornerprhttps://www.instagram.com/sports_r_us_podcast/https://www.youtube.com/resultshttps://vm.tiktok.com/TTPdBpUsVp/
Durante la serie regular del BSN, tuve la oportunidad de cubrir un juego de los Capitanes de Arecibo, actuales campeones de la liga. Desde el 2005, los Capitanes de Arecibo han sido la franquicia más consistente del BSN. Doce finales y siete campeonatos es el resumé del equipo de la Villa del Capitán Correa en 17 años, lo que sin duda ha convertido a esta franquicia en la principal dinastía en la liga boricua en el siglo 21. Actualmente, los Capitanes se encuentran en la Postemporada 2022 del BSN en la defensa del título que se conquistó en noviembre del pasado año y, para sorpresa de nadie, son de los favoritos para estar nuevamente en la serie final. En Arecibo, por más de década y media, el mote ha sido “campeonato o nada”, pero en la organización saben que nada dura para siempre y que ya se debe ir pensando en una futura renovación para que el conjunto siga siendo competitivo y pueda aspirar a más campeonatos. En este episodio especial se conversa sobre este tema con Ángel García, gerente general de los Capitanes, el dirigente Rafael “Pachy” Cruz y el canastero David Huertas. Estas entrevistas se grabaron el 14 de mayo de 2022 en Bayamón. Puede leer la nota aquí: http://enlapinturadeportes.blogspot.com/2022/07/en-arecibo-no-le-tienen-miedo-al-cambio.html El Podcast de En la Pintura Deportes está disponible en la mayoría de las plataformas de Podcast: Apple, Google, Ivoox, Podbean, Tune in, Spotify, entre otras. enlapinturadeportes.blogspot.com Twitter- https://twitter.com/pinturadeportes Facebook e Instagram: En la Pintura Deportes Correo: email@example.com
Preventable hospital readmissions cost the healthcare system approximately $25 billion annually, and it is estimated that one of every five Medicare patients is readmitted to the hospital within 30 days of discharge. Our panel of experts shares insights and best practices on lowering readmission rates for patients with chronic health conditions through proven prevention and discharge programs and follow-up plans. Panelists: Troy Garland, MBA, RN, Vice President, Clinical and Quality Operations, Equality Health Sarah Keenan, RN, BSN, MSIHM, Chief Clinical Officer/President, Integrated Care, Bluestone Physician Services Michelle Nelson, Director, Health Improvement, United Regional Health Center Ashish V. Shah, CEO, Dina This episode is sponsored by Dina Dina powers the future of home-based care with its care-at-home platform and network that can activate and coordinate multiple home-based service providers, engage patients directly, and unlock timely home-based insights that increase healthy days at home. Dina works with many leading health systems, ACOs and health plans to extend their reach into the home to help people live their best lives. The platform creates a virtual experience for the entire healthcare team so they can communicate with each other--and help patients and families stay connected--even though they may not physically be under the same roof. Dina helps professional and family caregivers capture rich data from home, using artificial intelligence to recommend evidence-based, non-medical interventions. Visit their website at dinacare.com
“Caring for a pregnant patient with cancer is 100% a team approach,” ONS member Chandley Silin, RN, FNP-BC, AOCNP®, nurse practitioner at the Stanford Cancer Center in Palo Alto, CA, told Stephanie Jardine, BSN, RN, oncology clinical specialist at ONS. During this episode, Silin discussed the care implications for pregnant and postpartum patients with cancer throughout diagnosis and treatment and the importance of involving the interprofessional team and making appropriate referrals for support. You can earn free NCPD contact hours after listening to this episode by completing the evaluation linked below. Music Credit: "Fireflies and Stardust" by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0 Earn 0.5 contact hours of nursing continuing professional development (NCPD) by listening to the full recording and completing an evaluation at myoutcomes.ons.org by July 22, 2024. The planners and faculty for this episode have no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose. ONS is accredited as a provider of NCPD by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Episode Notes Check out these resources from today's episode: Complete this evaluation for free NCPD. ONS Board Releases Statement About Dobbs v. Jackson ONS Guideline™ for Anxiety ONS Voice articles The Case of the Pregnancy Predicament Health and Equity Matter for Black Mothers, HHS Says New HHS Initiative Will Reduce Maternal and Infant Health Disparities Oncology Nursing Forum article: Caring for Pregnant Patients With Breast Cancer Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing articles One Disease, Two Lives: Exploring the Treatment of Breast Cancer During Pregnancy Unintended Pregnancy: A Systemic Review of Contraception Use and Counseling in Women With Cancer Journal of Maternal-Fetal and Neonatal Medicine article: Safety of Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters During Pregnancy: A Retrospective Study American Psychological Association's guide on postpartum depression and anxiety Postpartum Support International resources National Cancer Institute article: New Drugs Raise Old Questions About Treating Cancer During Pregnancy To discuss the information in this episode with other oncology nurses, visit the ONS Communities. To provide feedback or otherwise reach ONS about the podcast, email pubONSVoice@ons.org.
This podcast episode is part of a multimedia program discussing the co-management of moderate to severe atopic dermatitis (AD) in the primary care and specialty settings. Tune in to hear Dr Silverberg and NP Victoria Garcia-Albea highlight newly approved agents and the recent expanded labeling of an existing AD therapy, including: Ruxolitinib, a topical JAK inhibitor for mild to moderate AD approved in 2021 Abrocitinib and upadacitinib, oral JAK inhibitors approved in early 2022 for moderate to severe ADTralokinumab, an IL-13 inhibitor available as a subcutaneous injection, which was approved in late 2021 for moderate to severe ADExpanded approval for use in patients as young as 6 months for dupilumab, a subcutaneous IL-4 receptor α inhibitorPresenters: Jonathan Silverberg, MD, PhD, MPHAssociate ProfessorDirector of Clinical ResearchDirector of Patch TestingGeorge Washington University School of Medicine and Health SciencesWashington, DCVictoria Garcia-Albea, PNP, DCNP, MSN, BSN, PRNDirectorLahey Dermatology Nurse Practitioner Training ProgramLahey Hospital and Medical CenterBurlington, MassachusettsTo view other program offerings, including a CE-certified recorded roundtable webcast, a ClinicalThought commentary, and to download slides, visit:https://bit.ly/3PiupXZ
En este episodio hablamos del Homerun Derby y sobre todo de los playoffs del BSN. Coméntanos en nuestras redes sociales y síguenos: Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUoPkzu-kYkUDuOHpOQCumA Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/enlazonapr/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/enlazonapodcast También puedes vernos en vivo todos los lunes de 9:30 a 10:30 en la pagina de Pura Palabra en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PuraPalabraMedia
En este episodio, junto con La Güirita, hablamos de lo ocurrido en la primera semana de las series de cuartos de final: los triunfos de los Vaqueros y Capitanes. También, repasamos las temporadas de Carolina y Quebradillas; las series calientes entre Cangrejeros-Atléticos y Cariduros-Leones; la pobre ejecución del BSN a la hora de tomar decisiones y más. (1:47-16:19) Serie Bayamón-Quebradillas, la temporada de los Piratas (16:19-32:33) Situación Yadier Molina (32:33-1:12:37) Serie Santurce-San Germán, controversia con las suspensiones (1:12:37-1:19:21) Serie Arecibo-Carolina, la temporada de los Gigantes (1:19:21-1:26:56) Serie Ponce-Fajardo (1:26:56-1:33:00) Otros temas #PinturaRankingBSN de En la Pintura Deportes está disponible en la mayoría de las plataformas de Podcast: Apple, Google, Ivoox, Podbean, Tune in, Spotify, entre otras. enlapinturadeportes.blogspot.com Twitter- https://twitter.com/pinturadeportes Facebook e Instagram: En la Pintura Deportes Correo: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nurse Alice is a medical correspondent for NBC and has also been featured on many national TV shows like Good Morning America, The Doctors, Dr. Phil, Dr. Drew, and others. Follow your passion they say but will it sustain you until your passion job does? Here are some things you should consider before you jump ship at your current job to chase your dream. In this episode Nurse Alice shares her career lessons learned and walks you through how she followed her passion as she transitioned from direct patient care to TV as a medical correspondent.
#MásDeUnaMilla #DeporteEsMásQueJuego #queclasedeswing Controversias y trifulcas opacan una excelente demostración de baloncesto en la postemporada del BSN y la liga no es coherente en sus determinaciones | La jugadora de Manatí, Shirley Ferrer, denunció racismo y violencia de parte de los fanáticos de Corozal | Las Criollas a ley de uno para pasar a la final y las Atenienses le “tumban” uno a las Pinkin | Boricuas llegan cuartos en México | Ya no hay invictos en el Carnaval de Campeones de la Doble A | Semana de estrellas en Grandes Ligas con dos boricuas en los rosters #OrgulloPUR #HayPaís #TiempoDeDeportes
The Practically Speaking MOM Podcast is all about strengthening families and one important factor in a strong family is having a handle on internet usage in your home. After all, our children's childhood should be made up of lots of LIVING LIFE to the fullest through experiences and adventures and developing hobbies and talents, and so much more! We talk a lot on our podcast about taking control of the internet and Val thought it was time to bring on an internet expert to help!Melanie Hempe, BSN, founder and speaker for ScreenStrong Families, helps families avoid problematic screen use - video games, social media, pornography - in their kids' lives. Through ScreenStrong she provides easy education on brain development, the effects of screen use on kids and solutions for parents who desire to free their kids from screen addictions. She helps parents reclaim their kids by delaying the use of toxic screens and helps families regain a healthier use of technology.Slight caution is needed for very young ears due to the nature of this topic, there are a couple of online issues that are mentioned in name only, no prolonged detail about it and no description, but a couple of words that parents may not want to explain to younger ears.ScreenStrong Families provides alternative ways to raise kids in a screen-dependent world. If you are ready to stop the screen conflicts in your home and prevent screen addiction, ScreenStrong Families is for you. It's a 501c3 non-profit that empowers parents to take the lead and rethink cultural childhood screen trends, rebuild life skills, and reconnect families distracted by screen overuse.ScreenStrong.comVal Harrison, The Practically Speaking MOM, also has an internet resource for your family, called a Family Internet Usage Packet that includes an INTERNET AGREEMENT for your children to sign. This agreement is the one Val uses at her house. It might be exactly what you are looking for or it may be a starting point for you to come up with your own family internet agreement. Val uses this agreement to make the family rules very CLEAR and CONSISE. Then it is also used for ACCOUNTABILITIY QUESTIONS, not in a "policing" kind of way but in a "partnering for your good" kind of way. Here's a link to Val's $2 Download Family ScreenTime Game Plan Packet.Next week, Val will be sharing a free resource our family uses to help us navigate movies and tv watching that also helps our kids to develop discernment - to help them make better decisions for themselves about what movies and tv they watch. The episode explains how we utilize this resource at each age level to move them toward discernment and self-control regarding movies and tv. That will be episode 154.Then episodes 155-157 will be an awesome line up of mother/daughter conversations about guarding and guiding hearts and strengthening self-worth in a society that seeks to offer compromising perspectives about self-worth, singleness, romance, dating, and marriage. Join Val & Abby for these three episodes!
¡Ven a celebrar la Navidad con nosotros el 23 de julio! EL ACCESO CIERRA EL MIERCOLES 20 A LA MEDIANOCHE. Compra tus boletos AQUÍ. -- Presentado por el nuevo servicio residencial de Aeronet: HomeFi. Se acabó el duopolio del internet rojo y azul en el hogar, ahora la conexión más fuerte llega a tu casa. Llama ahora al 787.273.4143 o visita homefi.pr, precios mensuales comienzan en $49.99. — Armería Gutierrez en Arecibo, tu armería (y club de tiro) patroncito. Haz los trámites para tu portación de armas o practica tu puntería en Arecibo. Búscalos en Facebook como Armeria Gutierrez o llámalos 787-878-2995. – COMO TODOS SABEMOS PUERTO RICO ESTÁ ATRAVESANDO POR UNA CRISIS FINANCIERA SIN PRECEDENTES Y EXISTE UNA LEY DE PROTECCIÓN LLAMADA LA LEY FEDERAL DE QUIEBRAS. LA OFICINA DEL LICENCIADO EDGARDO MANGUAL GONZÁLEZ ESTÁ ABIERTA Y ESTÁ ORIENTANDO POR TELEFONO DE FORMA GRATIS Y CONFIDENCIAL SOBRE LA PROTECCIÓN DE LA LEY DE QUIEBRAS LLAMANDO AL 787-753-0055. LA LEY DE QUIEBRAS ES LA ÚNICA LEY QUE OBLIGA A LOS ACREEDORES A DETENER LAS LLAMADAS DE COBRADORES, DETENER EMBARGOS Y REPOSESIONES DE AUTOS, REORGANIZAR DEUDAS Y SALVAR PROPIEDADES. LLAME AL LICENCIADO EDGARDO MANGUAL AL 753-0055 O VISITE LA PÁGINA DE INTERNET QUIEBRAS.NET. LA LEY DE QUIEBRAS ES TU DERECHO DE REORGANIZAR Y SALVAR PROPIEDADES EN ESTA CRISIS ECONÓMICA. LICENCIADO EDGARDO MANGUAL 753-0055, 753-0055, 753-0055 - En este episodio: desmenuzamos las 58 páginas del proyecto de consenso de estatus y te explicamos las definiciones de la estadidad, la independencia y la soberanía en asociación con Estados Unidos y los procesos de transición de cada fórmula. También, Puestos pa'l BSN, update de Molusco, #TrujilloAltoPolitics, más detalles sobre el tipo del FOREX, IVU a Netflix y el largo interinato de la Secretaria del DRNA. ¡Los y las suscriptoras de nuestro Patreon escucharon este podcast el viernes! Suscríbete en patreon.com/puestospalproblema y disfruta de una gran comunidad y beneficios exclusivos. Con Jonathan Lebrón (@SrLebron) y Luis S. Herrero (@lherrero). Sigue a PPP en Twitter, Facebook e Instagram. ¿Te gusta el podcast? ¡Déjanos 5 estrellas! Nuestro logo y camisetas fueron diseñadas por Gabriel René. Síguelo en @gabrielrodz | https://gabrielrene.com Nuestra música fue compuesta por CPR EFFE. Descarga su disco "Treinta y Ocho". ¡Riega la voz! Dile a tus amigos que se pongan al día escuchando PPP. Suscríbete a nuestro Patreon y recibe contenido exclusivo, artículos: https://patreon.com/puestospalproblema See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
En este video analizamos lo que ha estado transcurriendo en la primera ronda de los playoffs del Baloncesto Superior Nacional.(1) Vaqueros de Bayamón barre a los (8) Piratas de Quebradillas(4) Leones de Ponce y (5) Cariduros de Fajardo empates luego de 4 juegos(2) Capitanes de Arecibo toman ventaja de 3 a 1 sobre los (7) Gigantes de Carolina(3) Los Cangrejeros de Santurce y los Atléticos de San German empates a 2Recuerden que nos pueden seguir en:https://www.facebook.com/sportsruspodcasthttps://www.facebook.com/fantasycornerprhttps://www.instagram.com/sports_r_us_podcast/https://www.youtube.com/resultshttps://vm.tiktok.com/TTPdBpUsVp/
The Alert Medic 1 team sits down with Amy McGrow, RN, to discuss various topics related to Sexual Assault Forensic Examinations and other topics related to interpersonal violence. Amy McGrow graduated with a BSN from Stevenson University in 2014 and has been an Emergency Department nurse in the Baltimore area for 8 years. She has previously held ED leadership positions at Saint Agnes Hospital as well as Sinai Hospital. She became a Forensic Nurse Examiner Adult/Adolescent at Mercy in 2018, and holds a certification in emergency nursing (CEN), is trauma certified (TCRN), and holds an FNE –A license in Maryland. Amy is passionate about providing excellent care to the unique population of forensic patients and also enjoys disseminating her knowledge of forensic training to area hospitals, EMS and law enforcement. Amy believes that a multidisciplinary approach to care of these patients is essential to improve patient outcomes. Amy McGrow, BSN, RN, FNE-A, CEN, TCRN
“What does the patient need to know? What are their knowledge gaps? What are they most in need of? Once you determine the areas you need to pinpoint, branded or nonbranded, then there's resources out there for you to use,” Chelsea Backler, MSN, APRN, AGCNS-BC, AOCNS®, VA-BC, oncology clinical specialist at ONS, told Stephanie Jardine, BSN, RN, oncology clinical specialist at ONS. Backler explained the differences between branded and nonbranded patient education resources, ways for oncology nurses to identify credible resources, and ONS's Seal of Approval Program for branded and nonbranded resources. You can earn free NCPD contact hours by completing the evaluation linked below. Music Credit: "Fireflies and Stardust" by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0 Earn 0.5 contact hours of nursing continuing professional development (NCPD) by listening to the full recording and completing an evaluation at myoutcomes.ons.org by July 15, 2024. The planners and faculty for this episode have no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose. ONS is accredited as a provider of NCPD by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Episode Notes Check out these resources from today's episode: Complete this evaluation for free NCPD. ONS Seal of Approval Library Oncology Nursing Podcast Episode 43: Sharing Patient, Provider, and Caregiver Resources Episode 87: What Are the Biggest Barriers to Patient Education? Episode 179: Learn How to Educate Patients During Immunotherapy Episode 183: How Oncology Nurses Find and Use Credible Patient Education Resources Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing article: Patient and Healthcare Provider Education Tip Sheets Oncology Nursing Forum article: The Internet as a Source of Health Information: Experiences of Cancer Survivors and Caregivers With Healthcare Providers Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) codes and guidelines PhRMA's Principles on Responsible Sharing of Truthful and Non-Misleading Information To discuss the information in this episode with other oncology nurses, visit the ONS Communities. To provide feedback or otherwise reach ONS about the podcast, email pubONSVoice@ons.org.
Gain a better understanding of the "nursing burden" and how technology is offering new solutions as Alissa and Chelsea welcome special guest Kirsten Emmons for an insightful conversation. This episode was made possible by the generous support of Hillrom, now a part of Baxter. SPECIAL GUEST Kirsten Emmons, MSN, RN, NEA-BC is a curious, insightful leader who offers a holistic perspective while challenging the status quo and complacency in the design of medical technology. She focuses on the identification and execution of solutions which contribute to the future of outcome-driven healthcare. Kirsten is currently engaged in the development, execution, and management of a strategic investment portfolio through research, business development, and organization wide coordination. She presently serves as Global Leader of Strategic, Customer Engagements and Market Insights for Hillrom, now a part of Baxter. CO-HOSTS Alissa Brown, MSN, RN, CMSRN, NPD-BC is a clinical nurse educator from the University of Utah Health. She has been working in the health care industry for almost 12 years, and started her nursing career as a med-surg bedside nurse on an Ortho, Trauma, and Surgical Specialty Unit. It was through that experience in the med-surg unit where she discovered a passion for education, and pursued a master's degree. She is a lifelong learner, and loves to teach. Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah, she's not all work, and definitely enjoys play! She loves to travel, and tries to plan as many vacations each year as she can with family and friends. Alissa loves to read, listen to podcasts, and geek out to documentaries and crime shows on the weekends. She's a total fair weather fan when it comes to Utes Football, but will cheer in all the right places, or get mad when her husband tells her to during a game. Alissa is looking forward to conversations together on this AMSN podcast! Chelsea Parker RN, BSN, CMSRN was born and raised in Newport News, Virginia. She attended the University of Virginia and graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Since then she has pursued geriatric and palliative care nursing and developed a love for general medicine, which is where her foundation for med-surg nursing was built. As a young nurse looking for ways to bridge engagement between generations of nurses, she is excited about what this podcast will mean for AMSN.
En este episodio, hablamos sobre el final de la temporada para los equipos eliminados en la serie regular. Luego, repasamos las series de primera ronda en la Postemporada, fecha torneo 2023 y más temas relacionados a la liga. El ránking de la undécima semana lo pueden leer aquí: http://enlapinturadeportes.blogspot.com/2022/07/pinturarankingbsn2022-semana-11-arecibo.html (0:59-33:12) Lo que fue la serie regular, y los equipos eliminados: Humacao (2:31-11:16) Guayama (11:16-17:14) Guaynabo (17:14-26:09) Mayagüez (26:09-33:12) Series Postemporada Cuartos de final (33:12-1:29:09) (33:27-47:28) Arecibo-Carolina (47:28-59:39) Santurce-San Germán (59:39-1:15:45) Bayamón-Quebradillas (1:15:45-1:29:09) Ponce-Fajardo (1:29:09-1:57:35) Otros temas: descarga del apoderado de Carolina, fecha del torneo BSN 2023 y más. #PinturaRankingBSN de En la Pintura Deportes está disponible en la mayoría de las plataformas de Podcast: Apple, Google, Ivoox, Podbean, Tune in, Spotify, entre otras. enlapinturadeportes.blogspot.com Twitter- https://twitter.com/pinturadeportes Facebook e Instagram: En la Pintura Deportes Correo: email@example.com
En este episodio hablamos sobre los playoffs del BSN y los principales premios. También hablamos de Allstar Game de MLB y del WBC 2023. Coméntanos en nuestras redes sociales y síguenos: Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUoPkzu-kYkUDuOHpOQCumA Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/enlazonapr/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/enlazonapodcast También puedes vernos en vivo todos los lunes de 9:30 a 10:30 en la pagina de Pura Palabra en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PuraPalabraMedia
When accelerated BSN student Sam Mahaney wanted more practical bedside application of his knowledge of pediatric cardiology, we sat down to discuss the approach to assessment and management of undiagnosed and undifferentiated congenital heart disease from a primary care perspective. The primary care clinician should be on the lookout for red flags in the history and physical exam that might suggest critical congenital heart disease and screen appropriately. This episode has helpful perspectives for both the nurse and advanced practice provider.
#MásDeUnaMilla #DeporteEsMásQueJuego #QueClaseDeSwing Definida la postemporada del Voleiból Superior Femenino | Fin de semana de PLAYOFFS en el BSN sin sorpresas en los resultados | Arrancó el Carnaval de Campeones de la Doble A | A pesar de que hubo una serie de cuatro juegos entre los Medias Rojas y Yankees en el fin de semana, la historia en Grandes Ligas se enfocan en dos equipos que no parecían tener opciones a nada y ahora hay que contar con ellos…¡así es el béisbol! #OrgulloPUR #HayPaís #TiempoDeDeportes
Esta semana Melo esta solo, le damos un resumen de la NBA, BSN, MLS, de la selección nacional de Puerto Rico en Basket en masculino y femenino. No dejamos fuera las venta de las taquillas de Bad Bunny en San Juan De Puerto Rico. Entre otros temas mas. REDES Desde La Linea Podcast https://linktr.ee/DesdeLaLineaPod Audie @soyaudie ''IG'' Melo @m3lolmr 'IG'' Vil Yampier @vilyampier 'Tw''
En este episodio analizamos cada una de las series de los playoffs del 2022 del Baloncesto Superior Nacional.(1) Vaqueros de Bayamón vs (8) Piratas de Quebradillas(2) Capitanes de Arecibo vs (7) Indios de Mayagüez/Gigantes de Carolina(3) Leones de Ponce vs (6) Cariduros de Fajardo(4) Cangrejeros de Santurce vs (5) Atléticos de San GermanRecuerden que nos pueden seguir en:https://www.facebook.com/sportsruspodcasthttps://www.facebook.com/fantasycornerprhttps://www.instagram.com/sports_r_us_podcast/https://www.youtube.com/resultshttps://vm.tiktok.com/TTPdBpUsVp/
“The nurse is kind of the hub of a spoked wheel. You have your pharmacy and your provider all on the outside edge, but it's the nurse that's connecting all of these different support services together and being the main connection for the patient,” ONS member Elizabeth Bettencourt, RN, MSN, OCN®, oral oncolytic nurse navigator at Palo Alto Medical Foundation in Sunnyvale, CA, and member of the Silicon Valley ONS Chapter, said. Bettencourt joined Stephanie Jardine, BSN, RN, oncology clinical specialist at ONS, for a discussion on how oncology nurses can support their patients in adherence to oral anticancer medications. The advertising messages in this episode are paid for by Breast Cancer Index. Music Credit: "Fireflies and Stardust" by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0 Episode Notes ONS Guidelines™ to Support Patient Adherence to Oral Anticancer Medications ONS Oral Anticancer Medication Toolkit ONS Huddle Card™ on Financial Toxicity Oral Anticancer Medication Learning Library Oral Adherence Video Oncology Nursing Podcast Episode 16: Navigating the Challenges of Oral Chemotherapy ONS Voice articles Maintain Oral Adherence With ONS Guidelines™ Oral adherence topic tag Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing articles Oral Chemotherapy Adherence: A Novel Nursing Intervention Using an Electronic Health Record Workflow Assessment and Measurement of Medication Adherence: Oral Agents for Cancer Factors Influencing Oral Adherence: Qualitative Metasummary and Triangulation With Quantitative Evidence Overview of the Challenges Related to Oral Agents for Cancer and Their Impact on Adherence Oral Chemotherapy Education Sheets To discuss the information in this episode with other oncology nurses, visit the ONS Communities. To provide feedback or otherwise reach ONS about the podcast, email pubONSVoice@ons.org.
In this episode of Oh My Heath ... There's HOPE! Jana talks with Lois Hollis. Lois Hollis, RN, BSN, REV. is a shame guilt educator, counselor, and filmmaker. Lois shifts our opinion on one of the most taboo subjects, shame, and guilt. As a trailblazer, she helped create one of the first Kidney Hemodialysis Units in the USA in 1966. Today Lois establishes shame guilt as an independent study. Her 50 years of experience in health, 15 years of research, and counseling bring NEW knowledge of these misunderstood conditions to release us from shame guilt blaming. Lois' first film, Out of Discord Into Harmony, was released in 2008 and teaches how to communicate with your inner self. Her new film I'M GOOD FILM, just released, makes shame guilt visible. Lois lectured at the Wharton School University of Pennsylvania, Temple University, and other conferences. She shares 3 books and gives us readings from the spiritual realms of the Akashic Records. My readings help us out of shame guilt unworthiness. She was given a death sentence at 55 and now thrives at 78. Lois shows us how. “Shame Guilt is not ours to own or to give” This 30-minute episode is on: 1) Healing from Physical trauma is only one part of the journey 2) Learning how to connect your physical and spiritual sides to thrive 3) What do you do when western medicine fails you? 4) Learning what shame and quilt really is and how it affects you 5) Shame and guilt are the same energy and they are both the lowest form of negative vibration. This episode is about: In this episode, Jana and Lois discuss Healing from Physical trauma is only one part of the journey. Learning how to connect your physical and spiritual sides to thrive and shame/guilt is the same energy they are both the lowest negative vibrational energy. Get in touch with Lois: WEBSITE https://www.loishollis.com/ • Free e-book “Now is the Times” Writings from Spirit to release shame guilt and stay positive. • Free 15 minute call • Soulspeaks Healing information FILMS https://www.imgoodfilm.com/ • ”Out of Discord Into Harmony” 20 minutes Communicating with your emotions and inner critic • “I'M Good Film” Shame Guilt becomes visible 15 min. • I'M Good Film Song 3 minutes. PODCASTS https://www.loishollis.com/podcasts-loishollis/ • Full length • FIVE-MINUTE GOLDEN NUGGET Podcasts Newsletter https://www.loishollis.com/ • FREE e-book Five-Hundred Questions Have One Answer 500 examples of shame guilt behavior • Receive important updates. Get in touch with Jana and listen to more Podcasts: https://www.janashort.com/ Show Music ‘Hold On' by Amy Gerhartz https://www.amygerhartz.com/music. Get Your Free Copy of Best Holistic Life Magazine! One of the fastest-growing independent magazines centered around holistic living. https://www.bestholisticlife.com/ Grab your gift today: https://www.janashort.com/becoming-the-next-influencers-download-offer/ Connect with Jana Short: https://www.janashort.com/contact/
Today's guest is Kim Conner, BSN, CCDS, CCDS-O, a CDI education specialist for ACDIS/HCPro, a Simplify Compliance brand, in Middleton, Massachusetts. Today's show is a part of the “Leadership with Linnea” series. In every episode of this series, Associate Editorial Director Linnea Archibald be joined by one guest from the ACDIS Leadership Council ranks or a contributor from one of our ACDIS publications to discuss a topic relevant to leaders in the industry, whether or not they currently hold a traditional management title. Our intro and outro music for the ACDIS Podcast is “medianoche” by Dee Yan-Kay and our ad music is “Take Me Higher” by Jahzzar, both obtained from the Free Music Archive. Have questions about today's show or ideas for a future episode? Contact the ACDIS team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Today's show is brought to you by ACDIS Imagine: Clinical and Coding Encore, a virtual ACDIS event happening August 9-11, 2022, featuring recordings of the clinical and coding track from the recent 2022 ACDIS conference. This much-loved staple of the national conference features core clinical and coding components vital to all those engaged in ongoing medical record reviews. Join us as we re-imagine CDI possibilities through powerful, thought-provoking, and must attend sessions. After the event, you'll have access to all recordings until the end of September 2022. ACDIS national conference attendees get $100 off their registration; ACDIS members receive a $20 discount. Learn more or register by clicking here. (http://ow.ly/QnYF30sm3Ek) ACDIS update: July/August 2022 edition of the CDI Journal (http://ow.ly/wsOi30snvqG) 2022 CDI Week Industry Survey open till July 11! (http://ow.ly/lFxv30snuKK) 2023 ACDIS national conference speaker application open till August 19! (http://ow.ly/wC4E30snuK7)
Bringing Intimacy Back has guest speaker Traci Owen, RN, BSN, CSC, SE, will discuss how pain with sex impacts sexual desire! If your sexual desire has diminished due to pain, find out during this episode of Bringing Intimacy Back and what you can do to increase your sexual desire. This is always the place Where Intimacy is Real and you will laugh, learn and love alongside our hosts every Thursday at 3:30pm EST Live! If you like what you hear, rate our content and leave us a review on any social media platform you listen to us. Traci Owen describes herself as a servant heart and healer. She began her journey in healthcare thirty-eight years ago at the age of seventeen. In 1989, she graduated from nursing school and began a lifelong journey of caring for people in a variety of healthcare roles. From 2009 to 2021, Traci worked in an oncology setting serving as a Care Manager where she walked the treatment journey with hundreds of patients. As she sought resources to help patients and their partner navigate struggles related to intimacy and sexuality, she recognized that there was a huge gap in the medical and mental health models of care specific to adult sexual health education and intervention for those experiencing natural body changes of aging, menopause, chronic health issues, cancer and the treatment of cancer, and physical body challenges. In 2015, Traci created a sexual health program inside her facility and began working with clients and their partners to address concerns related to relational intimacy, sexual body health, and the shared sexual experience. In 2018, she completed a post-graduate certificate program at the University of Michigan in Sexuality Counseling & Sexuality Education. In 2020, she was awarded AASECT Certification as a Sexuality Counselor. There are less than 1,300 professionals who have met the exceptional standards required to attain AASECT Certification. In 2021, Traci and her husband, Michael, established Intimate Pathways Center for Sexual Health, a private practice in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Traci identifies her professional role as a partnership with an individual or couple to create a safe environment where intimacy and sexuality can be explored. Our society is drenched with mixed sexual messages, myths, and unrealistic expectations. Our bodies are in constant transition over a lifetime and as the sexual body ages, so will the sexual experience. Traci seeks to guide her clients as they navigate these messages and body transitions by exploring their intimate and sexual desires, providing education, and making recommendations to address the identified concerns. She is a collaborative professional and enjoys working with other members of the healthcare team to help a client meet their goals. “Sexual health applies to Everybody & Every Body.” Traci For more information, visit www.intimatepathways.org/ The Bringing Intimacy Back Podcast is dedicated to inspire, enlighten, and encourage intimate connections. This podcast provides an engaging atmosphere to discuss ways to enhance intimacy in one's personal relationships with significant others, families, friends, Spirit, and oneself. Bringing Intimacy Back is a non-profit organization committed to inspire, enlighten and encourage intimate connections. We provide an engaging atmosphere to discuss and demonstrate ways to enhance intimacy in one's personal relationships with significant others, families, friends, spirit and self. Dr. April and Coach Kay discuss exciting topics including emotional and physical health, dating, spirituality, romance, communication and, of course, intimacy. Dr. April Brown is a Licensed Mental Health Christian Counselor in Florida, Wisconsin, New York and New Jersey. In addition, she is Certified Relationship and Sex Therapist, Board Certified TeleMental Health Counselor, National Certified Counselor, and a Qualified Clinical Supervisor. holds a Masters and a Specialist degree in Counseling and Human Systems and a Doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology. Kanya Ford, best known as Coach Kay, is the owner of Love & Intimacy 101, a life, love, and intimacy coaching practice based out of Richmond, VA. She is a life coach and certified sexologist.
In this podcast, Laura and Ashley dive into a different type of podcast interview. In this free flowing, unscripted, raw conversation we dive into the mind of a powerful nurse coach, how her personal health journey changed her, and how she is thriving! Ashley Durant, RN, BSN, NC-BC is one of our Master's Mentees and has been coaching with us for almost two years! She is just coming out of maternity leave with her second baby and hitting the ground running! Ashley likes to do deep work, she likes to work to break generational trauma. She helps people come back to self after a wake-up call. Very well versed in functional medicine around mystery illness and autoimmune conditions. She believes we MUST advocate for ourselves. She deconditions people who believe that they are failing and shows them that it is actually a systemic failure and societal conditioning. She loves having all of the conversations that most people are afraid to have. Website: https://www.deeplyrootedwellnessllc.com (https://www.deeplyrootedwellnessllc.com) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ashley.durantrn (https://www.facebook.com/ashley.durantrn) IG: @autoimmunenurseashley TIME STAMP [02:00] Ashley Durant shares her story [05:50] How Ashley has helped her clients decondition and discover root causes [09:48] Nurse Coaching Practices can be what you want them to be [13:20] People pleasing impacts everything and Laura shares a recent experience in setting a solid boundary [16:50] It is all connected to our overall health and wellbeing [21:30] An Important Announcement to the medical community [22:40] Ashley shares her experience post-maternity leave [28:01] Solving a systemic problem [29:19] Ashley wished she had support during her darkest times [33:02] Ashley shares what she is currently working on [38:12] Ashley's Big Hairy Audacious Goal? Make sure to subscribe, rate and review our podcast! Join our Facebook grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/thesuccessfulnursecoach ( HERE) You can check us out on Instagram @successful_nursecoaches Websitehttps://www.thesuccessfulnursecoaches.com/workwithus ( https://www.thesuccessfulnursecoaches.com/workwithus)