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Convidado
Guiné-Bissau: Como viabilizar eleições com CNE em xeque?

Convidado

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 10:21


O PAIGC e o PRS, partidos da oposição guineense, acusam a Comissão Nacional Eleitoral (CNE) de não reunir condições para organizar as eleições legislativas, previstas para Maio de 2023. "A CNE não tem neste momento Presidente, nem um dos secretários executivos", lembra o jurista guineense Fodé Mané, defendendo que "as eleições devem acontecer num ambiente sem desconfiança". Ao longo desta semana, o Presidente da República guineense reuniu-se com os partidos políticos com assento parlamentar para determinar uma data para as eleições legislativas, marcadas inicialmente para o dia 18 de Dezembro. "As eleições devem ser organizadas num ambiente em que não há desconfiança e não se devem fazer só por fazer", defende o jurista guineense Fodé Mané.  O jurista recorda que "o processo eleitoral começou muito mal", lembrando que a dissolução do Parlamento aconteceu "sem obedecer aos procedimentos legais. As pessoas poderiam aceitar a forma como foi dissolvido o Parlamento, mas devia-se ter marcado eleições passados 90 dias". O PAIGV e o PRS, partidos de oposição, acusam a Comissão Nacional de Eleições de não ter condições para conduzir o processo eleitoral. O jurista guineense aponta alguns problemas à CNE; "o secretariado executivo da Comissão Nacional Eleitoral está caduco e a caducidade de um mandato significa que todos os actos posteriores são actos nulos. Além disso, não há um presidente". A reeleição de membros da CNE é feita na Assembleia Nacional Popular. "O Presidente deve ter uma maioria muito reforçada por dois terços dos deputados", descreve Fodé Mané. "Os próprios membros do secretariado executivo sabem que não só os políticos, mas mesmo a opinião pública têm desconfianças. Acham que se passar por qualquer processo de referendo não terão a confiança da maioria", acredita. O Parlamento da Guiné-Bissau foi dissolvido em Maio de 2022. Passados quase cinco meses, o jurista guineense afirma que o país viver "numa inconstitucionalidade. Estamos numa situação de golpe de Estado Constitucional. Acho estranho ver parceiros, que se regem por princípios da legalidade e da democracia, a tentarem relacionar-se com este poder, como se fosse um poder legítimo".  "A sociedade está fragmentada porque a fragmentação tem sido uma estratégia política, uma estratégia de sobrevivência. Mesmo na sociedade civil estamos divididos, há a sociedade civil do governo e outra contra o governo", concluiu.

Wealthy After Divorce
Episode 13: The Smartest Way to Sell the Home in Divorce with Jodi Douglas

Wealthy After Divorce

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 31:18


Getting through a divorce (well) often takes a village. In fact, gathering an experienced team of professionals, each specializing in divorce can either make or break a smooth transition to post-divorce life. In addition to a divorce attorney and a divorce financial planner, adding a realtor who specializes in divorce can be a time and money saving addition to the team. In this episode, Jacki interviews Jodi Douglas, a local realtor who has created a unique process designed specifically for working effectively with divorced and divorcing clients. We will discuss:The emotional attachment to the house as a “home” versus an asset to be soldThe pros and cons of making repairs before listing the home for saleDeveloping a united front with both clients and their lawyers when selling the marital homeTreat your buy-out as a new purchaseFiguring out if you can afford the home before your ask to keep itFirst year is an adjustment period-get a home warrantyResources:Find out more about Jodi Douglas CLICK HERE FOR JODI'S WEBSITEContact Jodi L. Douglas, MS, CNE, RCS-D at 734.660.5060 (Cell) | 734.761.6600 (Office)Mindful Divorce Page: https://www.mindfuldivorceconsultinggroup.com/advisorsFind out how Pearl Planning assists post-divorce clients transition to a successful and purposeful post-divorce life. https://pearlplan.com/financial-planning-services/financial-planning/2022 Year-End Tax Tips for Divorcing Clients: CLICK HERE FOR A QUICK READLinks are being provided for information purposes only. We do not suggest that listening to this podcast will make you wealthy. The information herein is general and educational in nature and should not be considered legal or tax advice. Tax laws and regulations are complex and subject to change, which can materially impact investment results. Pearl Planning cannot guarantee that the information herein is accurate, complete, or timely. Pearl Planning makes no warranties with regard to such information or results obtained by its use and disclaims any liability arising out of your use of, or any tax or legal position taken in reliance on, such information. Consult an attorney or tax professional regarding your specific situation. Please note, changes in tax laws or regulations may occur at any time and could substantially impact your situation. Pearl Planning financial advisors do not render advice on tax or legal matters. You should discuss any tax or legal matters with the appropriate professional.

Clinical Pearls
Episode 35: Nurse Scientist

Clinical Pearls

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 41:32


Season 8 of Clinical Pearls discusses career and degree paths in the nursing field. In Episode 5 of this season, guests discuss becoming a nurse scientist and discovering knowledge to change health care. Panelists include Sigrid Ladores, PhD, RN, PNP, CNE, and Ellen Smith, PhD, MSN, RN, AOCN, FAAN. This episode is also available in video format at https://youtu.be/AfD5N3WqLkA.

Esteban Rafael - Pa' Que Sepáis Podcast

«Hoy podemos irnos felices porque ganamos una batalla», dijo Koddy Campos, uno de los activistas que se encadenó, al salir de una reunión con diputados que les prometieron obligar al Consejo Nacional Electoral (CNE) a cumplir la Ley de Registro Civil que contempla el cambio de nombre por razones de género, un derecho asentado en 2009 y que no ha sido respetado por las instituciones. Los manifestantes explicaron que el próximo miércoles, en compañía de legisladores, una decena de personas transgéneros serán las primeras en solicitar ante el CNE un nuevo documento de identidad que vaya acorde con su expresión de género. «En los próximos días vamos a tener unos nombres dignos ajustados a la forma en que vivimos», dijo la abogada Richelle Briceño, que actuó como portavoz de los encadenados durante la última semana. Tu donación hace que mi plataforma se mantenga 100% independiente

Time Warp
Haliburton's Molou Movie Theatre plus the LONG History of the CNE

Time Warp

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 13:53


This week, Kate talks about the decades long history of a small town movie theatre named The Molou and what it meant before other forms of entertainment like TV were available. Plus Paul talks about the Canadian National Exhibition - also known as the CNE and the Ex. It's been around for almost 175 years. The changes at the Ex over the decades is really representative of the changes in Canada from a rural, agricultural society to an industrial society. Let's Go To The Ex! Kate Butler is the Director of the Haliburton Highlands Museum. Paul Vorvis is the host of the Your Haliburton Morning Show 7 - 9 a.m. Fridays on Canoe FM 100.9 and streaming on your devices. Haliburton County is in cottage country about 2 1/2 hours north of Toronto. You can contact us at timewarp@canoefm.com

The DotCom Magazine Entrepreneur Spotlight
Tom Hayman, Founder & CEO, Real Estate Negotiation Institute, A DotCom Magazine Interview

The DotCom Magazine Entrepreneur Spotlight

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 33:53


About Tom Hayman and Real Estate Negotiation Institute: I created RENI so you can better represent your clients and yourself through greater confidence and capability in negotiating. “Making YOU the Expert!” Teaching others about negotiation and persuasion is truly my passion! I have many years of professional negotiation experience as both a practitioner and an instructor. After spending 5 years in the Marine Corps (negotiating the sunny skies in Hawaii in jet fighters!), I spent 25 years negotiating with hundreds of companies for a top Fortune 50 company (including 4 years in Japan and the Far East). I entered real estate in 2003 and have over 15 years as an active agent and a negotiation trainer. I love to study the latest research on persuasion, figure out how it applies to real estate (and life!), and pass them on to our students. My wife and I are fortunate to have most of our children and grandchildren living near us in Arizona (4 children, 10 grandchildren, and 2 great-grandchildren). We spend time volunteering at our church, reading, traveling, and being thankful for all of our blessings. I would love the opportunity to help you be the best negotiator you can be! The Real Estate Negotiation Institute (RENI) focuses only on negotiation training and is operated by true subject matter experts. RENI is the first and leading negotiation training company in real estate in North America. RENI owns the Master Certified Negotiation Expert (MCNE®) designation program and the Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE®) course. The MCNE program is the premier negotiation training program in real estate and the CNE course is the most popular negotiation training course in real estate. The owners of RENI have professional negotiation training from Harvard, Wharton, Karrass, and Oxford University in England. RENI has over 70,000 graduates and 500,000+ classroom hours. By combining the negotiation expertise with relevant real estate experience, RENI is able to provide unmatched negotiation training to real estate professionals. Real estate clients rate “negotiation skills in their agent” as the most important service provided by an agent (see “Game Changer” publication). Getting the best negotiation training available is in your and your clients' best interests! And NAR's Code of Ethics does not limit your advertising to only NAR designations (see NAR's Code of Ethics, Standard of Practice 12-13). You can use any designation/certification you have earned in your marketing, including the CNE and MCNE. Student feedback and thousands of testimonials confirm that RENI's training is not only among the best in the industry, but it can truly improve your business and your life.

Principled
S8E9 | Making performance management meaningful and aligned with DOJ policy

Principled

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 31:12


In September, the Department of Justice Fraud Section announced a new policy direction on corporate misconduct, clearly stating that personal accountability for employees, executives, and directors was their number one priority. The revised DOJ policy clearly states that an organization's compensation and benefits program must be aligned to its values and ethical culture. So, what does this mean for compliance? In this episode of the Principled Podcast, host Susan Divers discusses how to implement a meaningful performance management system that meets DOJ objectives with Stephanie Ragan, a Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional (recently of SOFEC) and now solo practitioner after 14 years as a compliance specialist and manager in the oil and gas industry.    Featured guest: Stephanie Ragan As an experienced, well-rounded compliance and ethics specialist, Stephanie has recently struck out on her own by launching Ragan Export Compliance, a consulting company focused on providing services and guidance for regulatory compliance. A subject matter expert in trade compliance for the past 10 years, she holds both a Masters of Science in Regulatory Trade Compliance and a degree in International Trade Management. Her credentials include special certifications as a Certified United States Export Compliance Officer (CUSECO), a Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional (CCEP) and an FCPA Expert (FCPA Blog).With a passion for developing efficient, integrated and automated compliance systems and programs, Stephanie's philosophy is that the intentional integration of compliance and ethics elements within an organization is at the core of every successful business model; and through making compliance accessible and approachable to all stakeholders, the value of a company's culture is significantly increased.   Featured host: Susan Divers Susan Divers is the director of thought leadership and best practices with LRN Corporation. She brings 30+ years' accomplishments and experience in the ethics and compliance arena to LRN clients and colleagues. This expertise includes building state-of-the-art compliance programs infused with values, designing user-friendly means of engaging and informing employees, fostering an embedded culture of compliance, and sharing substantial subject matter expertise in anti-corruption, export controls, sanctions, and other key areas of compliance. Prior to joining LRN, Mrs. Divers served as AECOM's Assistant General for Global Ethics & Compliance and Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer. Under her leadership, AECOM's ethics and compliance program garnered six external awards in recognition of its effectiveness and Mrs. Divers' thought leadership in the ethics field. In 2011, Mrs. Divers received the AECOM CEO Award of Excellence, which recognized her work in advancing the company's ethics and compliance program. Before joining AECOM, she worked at SAIC and Lockheed Martin in the international compliance area. Prior to that, she was a partner with the DC office of Sonnenschein, Nath & Rosenthal. She also spent four years in London and is qualified as a Solicitor to the High Court of England and Wales, practicing in the international arena with the law firms of Theodore Goddard & Co. and Herbert Smith & Co. She also served as an attorney in the Office of the Legal Advisor at the Department of State and was a member of the U.S. delegation to the UN working on the first anti-corruption multilateral treaty initiative.  Mrs. Divers is a member of the DC Bar and a graduate of Trinity College, Washington D.C. and of the National Law Center of George Washington University. In 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 Ethisphere Magazine listed her as one the “Attorneys Who Matter” in the ethics & compliance area. She is a member of the Advisory Boards of the Rutgers University Center for Ethical Behavior and served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Institute for Practical Training from 2005-2008. She resides in Northern Virginia and is a frequent speaker, writer and commentator on ethics and compliance topics.    Principled Podcast Transcript Intro: Welcome to the Principled Podcast, brought to you by LRN. The Principled Podcast brings together the collective wisdom on ethics, business and compliance, transformative stories of leadership and inspiring workplace culture. Listen in to discover valuable strategies from our community of business leaders and workplace change makers. Susan Divers: Last September, the Department of Justice Fraud Section announced a new policy direction on corporate misconduct. And they clearly stated that personal accountability for employees, executives, and directors was the department's number one priority. And as part of that, the revised policy that DAG, Lisa Monaco put out that day makes clear that an organization's compensation and benefits program must be aligned to its values and ethical culture. That means that positive behavior, for example, turning down a tainted business opportunity should be an essential factor in evaluating performance. And that there should be financial penalties, real financial penalties for misconduct. So what does that mean for compliance professionals? Hello, and welcome to another episode of LRN's DAG, Lisa Monaco. I'm your host, Susan Divers, director of thought leadership and best practices at LRN. Today I'm joined by Stephanie Ragan, a certified compliance and ethics professional, and most recently of Sofec, an oil and gas provider that's global in its operations. Stephanie has just left Sofec and is now consulting on her own after 14 years of a compliance specialist and a manager in the oil and gas industry. We're going to be talking about implementing a meaningful performance management system that meets DOJ objectives and how you go about that. Stephanie, thanks for joining me on Principled Podcast. Stephanie Ragan: Thanks for having me, Susan. Susan Divers: It's my pleasure. Interestingly, one of the questions we ask in LRN's annual program effectiveness survey is about organizations using ethical behavior as a significant factor in compensation, bonuses, hiring and promotion. And last year 69% of the over, I think it was about 1200 ENC programs that we surveyed, indicated that they required that an employee's ethical behavior be evaluated as part of their annual performance review. And we found that top rated programs were much more likely with 88% including such criteria. But Stephanie, as you know, with all things compliance, the devil is in the details. So I'd really like to hear about how you implemented your program that does just that at Sofec. And I'm sure our listeners would love to profit from your experience and your wisdom on this subject. So let's start at the beginning, how did you start this initiative or how did it start and how did you get support for it? Stephanie Ragan: Well, sure. So coming from a company like Sofec, we just celebrated our 50th year and we have a lot of mature programs and some that are still coming along. And our compliance program was one of our newer initiatives. We started it in about 2011. And it was interesting to see that when we formalized that department and all of our programs, policies, everything that helped sustain it, there was a need to measure it against other overhead type departments like HR, HSE and quality. So looking toward those types of departments for direction to see how we could measure effectiveness of programs and tie that back to our professional performance goal setting efforts that we do on an annual basis was a challenge for us. And we decided that as the new kid on the block, we could look at what worked for everybody and what didn't. And we decided that it would be necessary to look at what weight we needed to hold within the organization for each of our compliance initiatives. So for a starting point for our listeners, I would suggest that you look at the way your organizations measure performance. And if there is already an existing HSSEQ component or HR component, that you should also be including a compliance and ethics representation. And that should be a key area of focus for your personnel to align with your company culture and your company code and business operations. Susan Divers: That makes a great deal of sense. And I want to pick up on one thing you said in particular, which is that the ENC program needs to have equal status and weight with other similar programs, whether it's HR or audit or security or health and safety. And that's actually in the 2020 guidance from the Department of Justice as well. Because one of the questions prosecutors will ask or are told to ask companies accused of misconduct is, "Does your ENC program have equal status and resources?" So the approach you took fits very nicely with that. Let's talk about how you actually went about it. How did you enlist support? How long did it take? And what did you do in the end to get it up and running? Stephanie Ragan: Well, you know it takes a village to have any kind of success. And our compliance and ethics global team really took on this call to bring compliance and ethics to the forefront, it having an equal say in the performance measurements that we do in the company. And we were able to within the last few years, convince our management that along with performance measurement, which was a key area of concern, we needed to have regular meetings, at least an annual meeting, to be able to confer as a team globally and to discuss ideas, work on program development and get training initiatives ironed out. Kind of plan out our year as a whole so that globally we could have a cohesive plan that aligned everyone, didn't leave anyone behind from a planning standpoint for all of our entities, and made sure all personnel were covered by local compliance and ethics designees that could administrate and cover those programs as we rolled them out. So this was very well taken on. And again, we leaned back into HR and HSE were having these types of annual meetings and conferences internally in the company. So we wanted to say, again, we need to make sure compliance and ethics is represented. It was well received and management was very supportive. So in 2019, we had our first global gathering. And at that point, we all discussed how we measured and where we had gaps in measuring those compliance and ethics performance areas. And we figured that the global initiative of tying it into your bonus, your compensation that's measured annually by HR, that we needed to partner with them as well. So we were able to utilize the great guidelines that were out by the Department of Justice that came out in 2018, 2020. And then similarly, we had more guidelines come out again this September. These types of guidelines were helpful in getting the highest levels of buy-in. So using that as leverage, we were able to place value on measuring those individual participation to show evidence of a effective compliance program. And we were able to also work with legal. And I think that that's something that anyone who's struggling with finding a way to tie their individual performance metrics for users to compliance and ethics, that having your legal team work with you, if that's not already part of your compliance and ethics team and working with HR to jointly explain to senior management why the Department of Justice guidelines are so helpful and necessary to pay attention to. No one wants to have those types of individual penalties pointed back toward them. And letting them know what the enforcement and penalty details could entail, it can be a little scary and overwhelming for them, but it lets them know the weight of importance. So moving on, our CNE team wanted to then, after we had our senior buy-in, determine specific ways to quantify a compliance and ethics participation that was acceptable. So we developed a way to be able to measure and do a cumulative total for each employee throughout the year. And with the help and guidance of our compliance council, our general compliance council, which oversees all of our compliance and ethics initiatives from a senior level, and our chief compliance officer who's over our entire group, performance matrix was developed. So we determined what KPIs and metrics were most valuable to our company and also how participating in training and completing mandatory training assigned on time or early would be a key indicator that our personnel were engaged in in meeting their CNE goals. Now that was our initial concern that the training and focusing on training, on time training completion wouldn't be enough, but that's a great baseline. So if you are not measuring that, start there. And we also decided though that's a minimum expectation, that other avenues of participation engagement could then be easily added. This was a chance also for our CNE team to promote all of the tools and the outreach that we had been developing to engage individuals in our annual Compliance Week program, our local newsletters, which we could insert quizzes and different activities for them to complete, optional live and virtual training sessions, surveys, quizzes, and use of compliance videos and slides in their operational meetings and team meetings. And then it gave us an opportunity also for people that really went above and beyond to be recognized and have that tied back into their performance goals as a metric to, so our compliance champions who always went above and beyond, or personnel who brought forward potential compliance and ethics issues that were helping make formative changes to our program could also be recognized. That sounds like a lot to keep track of and could be really overwhelming for our listeners that have a new compliance program, limited resources, budget constraints, but there are a lot of great tools and support out there like LRN that is a great content provider and provides support with measuring that on time participation and a lot of other value that you can add into your program. Let's face it, at a minimum, any functioning compliance program is at least checking the box with mandatory compliance and ethics training like anti-corruption or your company code training, general CNE program awareness. So if you start with training as your first building block to measurement, it'll be less of a shock and easily accepted because your population and your personnel are already participating in those training initiatives. Susan Divers: That's a great story. And the way that you worked with other people in the company to identify where you were going to start with the criteria I think is very powerful for people who are grappling with this subject. And I know it's not just companies that are new or small, it's an area that I think a lot of people are still trying to chart their way. And also using the Department of Justice guidance strategically to help management understand why this is a risk that really needs to be managed. I think there is emphasis when you look at the guidance, it's important to realize that it's out there in part to help people like you and your team actually implement it by putting it under an official seal, if you will. So well done. Hey, tell us now, how is it working and are there any tweaks that you would make at this stage? Stephanie Ragan: Well, the great news is we've certainly seen improvement. So we've seen results of greater participation across the board in all of our areas. So whether it's people participating in Compliance Week because they know it ties back to their performance or they attend training that they would've otherwise blown off or not considered taking because it wasn't mandatory. And that is really energizing us to continue to grow the program and continue to find ways to reach people. And we've seen a lot of participation because of this initiative of tying it to performance goals in areas and regions where maybe culturally it wasn't important before to participate in compliance and ethics initiatives. But now they understand because they have something that's tangible material that ties back to their actual individual performance and they want to succeed in that area. So in general, it's helped us create different types of communications. We've been able to go and create management reports to provide managers live specific data on how each of their team members are performing throughout the year. Some managers reach out for that quarterly or semi-annually, but everyone reaches out for it toward the end of the year when they're wrapping up their performance evaluations. And it's great to have that kind of tool. So I do recommend that you work on creating something as simple as an Excel spreadsheet that can start capturing data to keep good records regarding the performance of your personnel. And also, if ever you are audited by a government authority, it's a great tool to provide your training records and say, "We're not just checking the box, we are going above and beyond by tracking every engagement with compliance and ethics." So also following that, we're able to use those participation records to quantify a score for each person. Now, it doesn't necessarily have to be a numeric score. Some companies may want to do it that way. We aligned with what our HR teams were already using, which is kind of a scale one to five, either unsatisfactory and then failed to meet expectations. You either met expectations, exceeded expectations, or you did outstanding work. So because that was already in use in our system, it was a language everybody understood and we created what fell into each category for our measurements on the compliance and ethics side. And again, we don't have to reinvent the wheel, you can use what you have and work smarter, not harder. But tracking the progress is really important. So if you can assign something that you can put a value against, then you can develop statistics over time and track trends within the organization. We did have a lot of discussion across the board about how much weight should be given to compliance and ethics performance compared to HSE or HR. So again, we fought to have equal footing because we preach in our company code of, we have a culture of compliance, we have our compliance code that gives guidelines on how to operate in every aspect and provides best business practices for everyone. So there was no reason to sell ourselves short or give ourselves a discount and say, "We don't want to be considered equally." Even though some companies may need to tweak that based on what their own business practices are, it should have some alignment with your culture and your code. And that way people understand it and can buy into it on an individual basis and an organizational basis. So looking forward in 2023, and this is largely in response to the new DOJ guidelines that you mentioned earlier, which came out September 15th, that does focus a lot on enforcement. So again, we have that leverage to push and say, "This is important. You don't want to be in trouble because this is how it can affect you as an individual." And that does garner a lot of attention and response from senior management, which is great. We don't want to scare anyone, but we want to make sure they understand the weight of their actions or inactions. But our tweaks moving forward would include tiered measurements, and that aligns with the Department of Justice newest guidelines so that you have different measurements and expectations for managers and supervisors and executives. And I think you should really look at that as three different categories, general personnel, people who have an influence over them, managers and supervisors, and then the people at the top. So your executives are going to be viewed differently if enforcement actions are ever taken. So you might as well prepare and have your program mirror that type of focus internally. We also have a lot of questions that come up then from managers that say, "What are my roles? What do I need to do to earn my points or to get a good rating?" And we always encourage them to infuse and integrate compliance and ethics into their team talks, their safety minutes that they have at a beginning of a meeting, replace some of those with compliance moments. And we make those tools available easily so that they can download it from our [inaudible 00:19:23] and they have full access to short videos, to content that we can pull from different training providers or that we've developed internally. That just makes it easier if they have one stop shopping, they can go to your compliance site. And if you don't have that type of setup, don't worry. Companies can always make it available by emailing that out to managers and just having kind of the library available to them. And as you develop and tweak your offerings, let people know. It's good to self-advertise within the organization so that send an email out to all of your managers and say, "Hey, we have a new video available if you want to share it with your teams." And let those managers come back to you and let you know how they used them and what the feedback is, because that's just going to help build the program and continue your process improvement. As the DOJ recommendations indicate, effective compliance program always points to individual emphasis for that compliance and ethics participation and compensation. And I think we can agree that those personnel who embrace and make an effort to incorporate compliance and ethics into their work are more likely to report potential issues, be less likely to become bad actors by breaking rules intentionally or unintentionally. And generally, they're going to support the best practices and the compliance and ethics program in the organization. Susan Divers: Well, we would certainly agree with that. And our research at LRN shows overwhelmingly over the years that I've been here, which are now six, that a culture of compliance that involves employees at as many levels as possible and helps them by giving them materials, you mentioned making it easy for managers to talk about ENC, that that is the best defense to misconduct and it's not how many times you reinvent in your code of conduct. But I do want to mention one other thing that you talked about early on, which is data points and having something that shows exactly where a particular individual is in their ENC journey, whether it's training or touchpoints. We've actually just redone major parts of our platform and we're very excited about it because there's a part that we're rolling out this month called Reveal, which is advanced data metrics from the training experience. And it shows what courses, what subjects people struggle with the most, how much time employees spend on a given subject and a lot of other very relevant data. It's very powerful and it allows you to benchmark against yourself and against other companies in your area. That's something everybody is very focused on. And using that in conjunction with your performance review system can really drive change. And then I'd also mention managing that data is important. We also are including a tool that we've had for some time called Disclosures where we're asking people to tell us when they attest to the code of conduct or when they roll out. You can use it to track how many times they roll out an ethical moment or other times when they talk about ethics and compliance. So the idea is to make it as easy as possible for the compliance team to track that. But we're starting to run out of time, so I want to talk quickly about what are the pitfalls. Because obviously this is a terrific program that has gained traction and is broadening and improving as you go along. But what are the pitfalls to avoid? And then I want to talk about your new company and your new initiative too. Stephanie Ragan: Well, first of all, the biggest pitfall that you can have is to not do anything or to be stymied and overwhelmed. So don't overthink or over design any initial measuring system. Remember that look to the offerings and tools that are made available to your personnel already. So start with finding the easiest way to measure what you're already doing. And you can always scale up as part of your continuous process improvement efforts. And then again, as you saw for development of our program, we could not have done this if we had worked in a silo. You have to engage and partner with HR and other stakeholders in the organization to find a way to infuse that measurement of your ethics and compliance participation. And be sure to include that there is a way to acknowledge excellent contributors. Because that drives people and excites them to participate more. So it can be an incentive for good behavior and make it specific to a task or event that's not evergreen. You can change this around and continue to improve it as years go on and set goals for your compliance and ethics team to be able to continue to develop every year something different to bring more users on board. Susan Divers: That makes a great deal of sense. And again, congratulations. That's a major accomplishment. And it sounds like the program was very well designed for your business and your particular culture and your risks. So let's turn to the future now with your own business, Ragan Export Compliance. What kinds of clients will you be aiding in the development of their ENC programs? I know you have deep experience in the oil and gas industry and are a certified FCPA expert and have the export control function as well. What are you going be focusing on and what risks do you see developing for exporters in particular as they seek to adhere to the DOJ guidance? Stephanie Ragan: Well, thank you for asking about that, Susan. At Ragan Export Compliance, I'll be providing trade compliance support and guidance focused on export or import compliance plans. And large focus now is technology. So we'll be helping develop technology control plans. And also because I do have a background coming from the last five years of doing the certified compliance and ethics professional from SCCE, I also can help develop the corporate compliance program enhancements for any industry, which can include developing training programs, conducting training, auditing, risk manages, strategies, due diligence and screening ,vendor management systems. And if a system needs overhaul, that's something that people sometimes forget. They develop a compliance program and then put it on the shelf, but it really does need continuous review, especially in the light of recent and constant regulatory changes and updates. To get back to your question about what risks do I see developing from an export angle, I do see two areas where exporters can pay additional attention, especially considering the current international policies and issues that are going on in the world. The enhanced due diligence is needed now as part of your program to identify military end users or MEUs. And this is primarily in China, Russia, Venezuela, and Burma. But it's a good habit to get into looking at that and incorporating, identifying military end users and uses as part of your, know your customer and screening system for your full supply chain. And then the second area where there can be some additional attention paid would be that your program includes a really strong level of control for not just your physical shipments, but technology. That's a blindside for a lot of exporters, importers, and just USPPIs in general because they don't realize how wide the definition for technology is when you look at the regulations. So for example, the EAR definition of technology for Department of Commerce for controlled technology is any specific information that relates to development, use or production of controlled items, those technologies would also be controlled. So pretty much any information that relates to those items, because the development use or production is so broad. And the ownness of that comes back to the exporter. Whenever regulations are vague, it puts more pressure on the exporter to understand and have systems in place to be able to address potential violations. And then because of regulatory changes, a lot of stagnant compliance programs can be a real risk for companies because they may not realize it's something that they have always been able to export. For example, certain valves or stainless steel items, things that were pretty innocuous for a large part, didn't need licenses up until recently when regulations changed. And now they fall into this large basket categories like 2B999 ECCN numbers, which I know might sound scary and very technical to people listening that don't have a real firm grasp on the ECCN, but there's a lot of guidance out there, and that's what we hope to provide and be able to help navigate at Ragan Export Compliance. So finally, just in general, I would say that my advice to our listeners today is just to continually evaluate your compliance program and make sure that your CNE engagement measurement that we've discussed today become truly effective ways to ensure that your organization is on the path to executing best practices and avoiding any regulatory infractions. If you follow the guidelines and reach out for help when needed, you won't go wrong. Susan Divers: Well, thanks Stephanie. I certainly agree with everything you've said and want to emphasize your point about don't fall into the trap of stagnant compliance. A lot of times I think it's easy to rely on backward looking metrics and saying, "Well, last year we trained 340 people, and this year we hope to do more." It's important to really keep evaluating what are the new risks that we're facing, and are the procedures that we have in place adequate for those new risks? And certainly that's consistent with the guidance too. So unfortunately, we've run out of time, but I want to thank you very much for spending these minutes with us and giving us the benefit of your insights. I hope you'll come back and speak to us again soon. Maybe we can do a session on export control. And we wish you all the best in your new venture. Stephanie Ragan: Thank you, Susan. Susan Divers: My name is Susan Divers and I want to thank you all for tuning in to the Principled Podcast by LRN. Outro: We hope you enjoyed this episode. The Principled Podcast is brought to you by LRN. At LRN, our mission is to inspire principled performance in global organizations by helping them foster winning, ethical cultures, rooted and sustainable values. Please visit us at lrn.com to learn more. And if you enjoyed this episode, subscribe to our podcast on Apple podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, or wherever you listen. And don't forget to leave us a review.  

Clinical Pearls
Episode 33: Pediatrics

Clinical Pearls

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 39:20


Season 8 of Clinical Pearls discusses career and degree paths in the nursing field. In Episode 3 of this season, guests discuss advanced pediatric nursing practice, including ambulatory and acute. Panelists include Jeremy Jordan, PhD, MSN, CRNP, CCRN, CPNP-AC, CNE, and Tedra Smith, DNP, CRNP, CPNP-PC, CNE. This episode is also available in video format at https://youtu.be/KiMqeyi-OLY.

Entrelíneas
Ep. 132: El próximo ‘task force' federal

Entrelíneas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 76:46


En medio del retraso en la reconstrucción, el Centro para una Nueva Economía (CNE) ha impulsado crear un grupo de trabajo federal que acelere ese proceso y sea abarcador, que no se limite a la red eléctrica. Sus directivos explican la propuesta en esta edición del pódcast Desde Washington.

Actualidad Pública
Presidente Biden ante solicitud de “Task Force” para agilizar la recuperación de Puerto Rico

Actualidad Pública

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 54:04


Líderes de la mayoría del Senado de los Estados Unidos encabezados por Charles Schumer y la congresista Nydia Velázquez solicitaron al presidente Joe Biden que se establezca un “task forcé” para coordinar y acelerar el proceso de recuperación de Puerto Rico tras el paso de los huracanes María (2017) y Fiona (2022).  Esta solicitud responde a una propuesta que hiciera el Centro para una Nueva Economía (CNE) tras denunciar la lentitud en el proceso de recuperación de la Isla.  Los investigadores de CNE afirmaron que solo un tercio de los más de $74,000 millones asignados tras el huracán María han sido desembolsados.  Además, senalaron que existe una “falta de coordinación sistémica” entre las autoridades federales y las estatales. Como evidencia de esto, el director de la Oficina Central de Recuperación, Manuel Laboy, denunció que, a un mes del paso del huracán Fiona por Puerto Rico, FEMA no ha aprobado ninguna de las solicitudes que han sometido municipios,  agencias y  organizaciones sin fines de lucro.¿Cómo el llamado “task forcé” que nombre el presidente realmente responde a la realidad del país?¿Qué medidas debe asumir el gobierno para agilizar el desembolso de las ayudas una vez se reciban?

Union Radio
Penzini con todo || Nuevas políticas migratorias de EE.UU. para venezolanos: “quienes están en Darién llegarán a destino con una realidad distinta”

Union Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 51:25


 Tras el anuncio de nuevas políticas migratorias de EE.UU. para los venezolanos, Giulio Cellini, abogado y analista político, aseguró que lo más lamentable en este caso es que quienes vienen del Darién, sin conexión, llegarán a su destino con una realidad distinta. «Llegarán a EE.UU. y verán que se les cerró la frontera» añadió. Explicó que es muy clara la situación que tiene EE.UU. con respecto al tema Venezuela, por un lado frenar la migración que cada día se incrementa y darle regularización a los venezolanos que entraron al país antes de marzo de 2021. Cellini indicó que los venezolanos buscaron una medida peligrosa, pero efectiva como el Darién para pasar a Estados Unidos tras la imposición de visas en México, dejando a EE.UU. sin más alternativa que cerrar la frontera para quienes salían de Venezuela. «Lo que busca EE.UU. es establecer orden y darle estatus regular a los venezolanos que entraron hasta marzo del año pasado» acotó. Referente a las primarias en Venezuela, destacó que los factores que integran la Plataforma Unitaria ya habrían acordado el contenido del manual para que estas sean lo más amplias posibles. Sin embargo, el abogado insistió en que poner de acuerdo a factores que están muy enfrentados es muy complicado en estos momentos. «Yo esperaría que las primarias fueran un escenario amplio porque forma parte de la responsabilidad con el país» señaló. También resaltó que el CNE debe servir para apoyo técnico, siendo las primarias un incentivo al voto para que los venezolanos se den cuenta que es el único instrumento que tiene un civil para participar en los asuntos públicos.

Hechos Ecuador
CNE abre fase de acreditación de Observadores para las Elecciones 2023

Hechos Ecuador

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 3:07


Desde el 19 de octubre y hasta el 01 de noviembre de 2022, las personas naturales o jurídicas y extranjeros que residan en nuestro país -de manera legal y continua por al menos cinco años-, podrán acreditarse como Observadores Electorales para las Elecciones Seccionales y del Consejo de Participación Ciudadana y Control Social (CPCCS) 2023. El segundo periodo de acreditación se realizará del 01 al 14 de diciembre de 2022, conforme a la convocatoria aprobada por el Pleno del Consejo Nacional Electoral (CNE), en sesión ordinaria de este 13 de octubre. Las personas interesadas en ser parte de esta actividad voluntaria, cívica y proactiva deberán realizar el trámite de manera virtual, anexando la documentación habilitante en el formulario de registro disponible en la web institucional: www.cne.gob.ec. De manera especial, se podrá entregar los documentos presencialmente en la Secretaría General del CNE y en las 24 Delegaciones Provinciales Electorales, de lunes a viernes, en horario de 08h30 a 17h00. El Pleno también decidió extender la invitación para ser parte de la Observación Electoral a las universidades acreditadas en el país; a los Consejos Nacionales para la Igualdad; y, a varias organizaciones de la sociedad civil, con el objetivo de contribuir con la transparencia del proceso electoral que se ejecutará el próximo 05 de febrero de 2023. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hechosecuador/message

Hechos Ecuador
CNE aprueba realizar debates de prefecturas y alcaldías en dos fines de semana

Hechos Ecuador

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 3:35


En cumplimiento a las atribuciones establecidas en el Código de la Democracia, el Pleno del Consejo Nacional Electoral (CNE), en sesión ordinaria de este 12 de octubre, aprobó la actualización del calendario electoral para la ejecución y desarrollo de los debates electorales para la dignidad de prefectos y alcaldes a escala nacional. Con esta decisión, que busca garantizar la logística, correcta organización, transparencia y participación equitativa de los candidatos, los debates se realizarán el sábado 7, domingo 8, sábado 14 y domingo 15 de enero de 2023. Por primera ocasión en la historia, el CNE organizará 38 debates en las jurisdicciones con más de 100.000 electores, correspondientes a 17 prefecturas y 21 alcaldías. Espacios importantes que fomentan el voto informado de la ciudadanía respecto a los planes de trabajo de las diferentes dignidades a ser elegidas el próximo 5 de febrero de 2023. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hechosecuador/message

Clinical Pearls
Episode 32: Nurse Anesthesia

Clinical Pearls

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 38:20


Season 8 of Clinical Pearls discusses career and degree paths in the nursing field. In Episode 2 of this season, guests discuss specializing in nurse anesthesia perioperative practice. Panelists include Edwin Aroke, PhD, CRNA, and Susan McMullan, PhD, CRNA, CNE, CHSE. This episode is also available in video format at https://youtu.be/vP-sf7FTw8c.

Hechos Ecuador
Finalizan Audiencias de Impugnación de postulantes a Comisión encargada de renovación parcial del CNE

Hechos Ecuador

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 6:36


El Pleno del Consejo de Participación Ciudadana y Control Social (CPCCS) desarrolló las Audiencias de Sustentación de Impugnaciones a los postulantes a la Comisión Ciudadana de Selección encargada del concurso público para la renovación parcial del Consejo Nacional Electoral (CNE). Las Audiencias se presentaron de la siguiente manera: 1.- Impugnante: Ricardo Ulcuango Farinango Impugnada: Dalai Carmelina Mendoza Llaguno El impugnante, asambleísta Ricardo Ulcuango destacó la importancia de la integración de la Comisión Ciudadana que elegirá al CNE, dado que esta institución es la encargada de los derechos políticos de participación de los ecuatorianos. Indicó que existen dudas respecto de la probidad notoria de la impugnada por ser parte de una lista supuestamente patrocinada por el Ejecutivo. A través de su abogado, Dr. Mauricio Barros, explicó que es necesario que las autoridades a designarse sean completamente imparciales. La impugnada, Dalai Carmelina Mendoza Llaguno, indicó que desconocía de este listado señalado por el impugnante. Explicó que sus documentos fueron revisados, notarizados y elevados a la plataforma de inscripción de manera independiente. Además, informó que no ha ejercido cargos públicos ni tiene relación con ninguna persona del Gobierno. Por último, explicó que tiene la preparación y experiencia suficientes para su postulación. 2.- Impugnante: Ricardo Ulcuango Farinango Impugnada: Olga Elizabeth Ochoa Barzallo El asambleísta Ulcuango presentó una impugnación en contra de la postulante Olga Elizabeth Ochoa Barzallo, por supuesta falta de idoneidad, ya que se encontraría en un listado de personas auspiciadas por el Ejecutivo para conformar la Comisión. Esto según la denuncia presentada ante la Asamblea Nacional por parte del exasesor del CPCCS. Su abogado patrocinador, Mauricio Barros, señaló que esta acción constituiría una falta de independencia de la ciudadana Ochoa. La impugnada no se presentó a la audiencia, debido a una calamidad doméstica, por lo que no ejerció su derecho a la defensa. 3.- Impugnante: Ricardo Ulcuango Farinango Impugnado: María José Murillo Aldaz El asambleísta Ricardo Ulcuango sustentó su argumentación en una supuesta falta de probidad, dado que el nombre de la impugnada constaría en el listado auspiciado por el Ejecutivo. Su abogado patrocinador, Dr. Mauricio Barros, enfatizó que es necesario que la Comisión Ciudadana para elegir al CNE tenga absoluta independencia y transparencia, lo cual no se cumpliría en este caso, por la supuesta injerencia del Ejecutivo. María José Murillo Aldaz, en su calidad de impugnada, no asistió a la audiencia. 4.- Impugnante: José Ricardo Chávez Valencia Impugnada: María José Murillo Aldaz Ni el impugnante, ni la impugnada, asistieron a la Audiencia de Sustentación. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hechosecuador/message

Hechos Ecuador
CNE suscribe convenio para garantizar la participación de personas con discapacidad en elecciones de 2023 - Consejo Nacional Electoral - Construyendo Democracia - Ecuador

Hechos Ecuador

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 3:06


La mañana de este 5 de octubre, el Consejo Nacional Electoral (CNE) suscribió un convenio de cooperación con el Consejo Nacional para la Igualdad de Discapacidades (Conadis), la Federación Nacional de Ecuatorianos con Discapacidad Física (Fenedif) y la Federación Nacional de Operadores de Transporte en Taxis del Ecuador (Fedotaxis), para fomentar la participación de las personas con discapacidad en las Elecciones Seccionales y del Consejo de Participación Ciudadana y Control Social (CPCCS) 2023. La suscripción del convenio se dio en el marco del lanzamiento de la campaña ‘Tienen derecho a votar', que incluirá la ejecución del programa ‘Taxi solidario' para la movilización, de forma gratuita, de las personas con discapacidad desde su domicilio hacia los recintos electorales en donde se encuentren empadronados en las unidades de transporte de Fedotaxis, garantizando de esta forma su derecho al sufragio. El consejero del CNE, José Cabrera Zurita, destacó que estas acciones permiten consolidar una estrategia inclusiva para la participación de la ciudadanía en los procesos electorales. “Además, para facilitar y promover el sufragio de las personas con discapacidad, contamos mecanismos, como el voto asistido, plantillas en braille y las mesas de atención preferente habilitadas en cada uno de los recintos electorales a escala nacional”, puntualizó. Tatiana Escobar, secretaria técnica del CONADIS, explicó que las estrategias conjuntas que se han establecido para la implementación de la campaña, año tras año, han permitido promover la participación democrática de las personas con discapacidad. Por su parte, Yolanda Viera, titular de Fenedif, indicó que la campaña ‘Tienen derecho a votar' ha logrado la reducción del ausentismo de las personas con discapacidad en los procesos electorales. Para acceder a este servicio, disponible para las 417.131 personas con discapacidad empadronadas para las elecciones de 2023, los beneficiarios deben registrarse, desde este 5 de octubre de 2022 al 8 de enero de 2023, en la página web de Fenedif o al call center (02-382-7501). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hechosecuador/message

Entrevistas La FM
Secreto de Darcy: Logró frenarse intento por crear una Super Corte Electoral, imitando el modelo venezolano

Entrevistas La FM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 3:13


Los primeros en oponerse fueron el Consejo de Estado y la corporación Excelencia a la Justicia.

Actualidad Pública
Actualidad Publica analiza artículo publicado recientemente por el Centro para una Nueva Economía sobre el huracán Fiona

Actualidad Pública

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 51:42


Ante el azote del huracán Fiona en Puerto Rico y los estragos que causó, el presidente Biden emitió una declaración de desastre mayor para La Isla. La agencia federal para el manejo de emergencias, conocida como FEMA, se ha comprometido con apoyar en el proceso de recuperación del país. Estas ayudas paliativas, sin embargo, no responden al por qué Puerto Rico no ha logrado restablecer servicios básicos luego de un huracán categoría 1. En una columna del Centro para una Nueva Economía publicada esta semana, Sergio Marxuach, director de Política Pública de CNE señaló que no se trata de comparar la intensidad de María y la de Fiona. Aclaró que se trata de entender la vulnerabilidad de Puerto Rico antes de Fiona. Según dijo, después del huracán María solo el 30% de los trabajos de reconstrucción permanente se habían hecho, miles de personas continuaban viviendo en zonas inundables y se había hecho muy poco para robustecer la red eléctrica. ¿A dónde llegan los fondos federales y cómo fiscalizar con efectividad estas gestiones?¿Qué sucederá luego de que se restablezcan los servicios?

La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo
Desisten de la propuesta de crear una corte electoral: habla Ariel Ávila

La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 8:55


El senador Ariel Ávila se refiere en La W sobre la idea de desistir de crear una corte electoral, pero insistir en reformar el CNE.

Entrevistas La FM
Secreto de Darcy: Las lecciones de Brasil para no aplicar en Colombia

Entrevistas La FM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 2:28


Los colombianos que están en esas elecciones están viendo los peligros para la democracia en Colombia.

A Guy, A Bride, and A Bible
Ladies and Gentlemen- Dr. Andrea is in the house.

A Guy, A Bride, and A Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 39:28


We are reading Isaiah 35-37; Luke 12:22-59; Job 8:11-22. Congratulations to The Bride for passing her national boards. The end of a long journey has arrived God is so good. DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, PMHNP-BC, CNE. This alphabet soup is all her!! Love this woman.

Entrevistas La FM
Secreto de Darcy: Partidos políticos furiosos con el Nuevo Liberalismo

Entrevistas La FM

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 2:15


Por un recurso del Nuevo Liberalismo se han parado todos los pagos y giros a los demás partidos, que hace 3 meses no reciben un peso.

Clinical Pearls
Episode 31: Entry into Practice

Clinical Pearls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 39:25


Season 8 of Clinical Pearls discusses career and degree paths in the nursing field. In Episode 1 of this season, guests discuss entry into nursing practice and the different options to becoming a nurse. Panelists include Katie Parris, DNP, RN, CNE; Michael Mosley, MSN, CRNP, ANP-BC; and Danielle Baker, DNP, RN, CNE. This episode is also available in video format at https://youtu.be/BNdi8S64EWM.

Salud Talks
Why Are Nurses the Key to Infection Control?

Salud Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 24:09


Nurses play a vast role in preventing the development of healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) and the spread of infectious diseases, such as COVID-19. In this episode, Dr. Anna Maria Valdez, PhD, RN, CEN, CFRN, CNE, FAEN, FAADN, a senior contributing faculty member at Walden University; Gloria Barrera, MSN, RN, PEL-CSN, a certified school nurse at a public high school outside of Chicago; and Dr. Michelle Crespo-Fierro, PhD, MPH, RN, AACRN, a clinical assistant professor at New York University Meyers College of Nursing, discuss the importance and challenges of infection control in nursing. Additionally, as part of the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention's Project Firstline, they discuss infection control strategies and resources nurses can use to minimize the spread of COVID-19 and other diseases.

The Sim Cafe~
The Sim Cafe~ Interview with Dr. Liz Robison

The Sim Cafe~

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 26:46 Transcription Available


Dr Elizabeth (Liz) Robison, EdD, RN, MSN, CNE, CHSE-A, is Professor Emeritus at Northwest Florida State College in Niceville, Florida, and former Simulation Center Coordinator for the ASN program, which included opening a new center and providing simulation facilitation within all levels of the ASN program. She prefers to go by Liz.. Liz has presented at several simulation based educational conferences and meetings. Her dissertation research involved learning styles and clinical judgment in a simulated clinical experience. She is currently in her second term on the INACSL Board of Directors serving in the role as Secretary/Treasurer and board liaison for the Sustainability Special Interest Groups. Additionally, she is a facilitator for their Simulation Education Program (ISEP), which is a 6-month online educational program. Liz is actively involved with the Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (OADN) Task Force on Simulation since October 2020, having completed reviews of over nine products, presented at conferences related to this work, and has published regarding the work of this group, both in the OADN Journal and ACEN Bridges Newsletter. She is a member of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) and involved in several interest groups, presenting at their national conference through work with one of the groups. She is actively involved with the NLN as a co-chair for the NLN Foundation Scholarship Selection Committee, with prior years serving as a scholarship reviewer. She is a manuscript reviewer for Clinical Simulation in Nursing. Certifications she holds include Certified Nurse Educator with the NLN since 2008 and Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator with SSH since 2018, obtaining the advanced designation in 2021. Prior to going into higher education, Liz was a member of the Air Force Nurse Corps retiring after 22 years of service in a multitude of roles in clinical areas and leadership. With her second retirement now from the state, Liz has remained engaged in healthcare simulation and higher education community, consulting for Unbound Medicine, Inc. and GLG Insights.Sponsor: Inclusive Consulting: https://inclusiveconsultingservices.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/76504273/admin/

Fired Up
Friday, September 23: DR. T Show CNE Extravaganza 2022

Fired Up

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 17:10


The 1st! In a coming yearly tradition! The Dr T team sets off to the last day of Toronto's CNE 2022, in search for EXCLUSIVES, STORYTIMES and WORDS OF WISDOM, and that we got..from everyone! I got to chat with some of the most amazing, unique and entertaining talent the exhibition had to offer! Starting with: !SARA TWISTER! 00:35 From circus schools in Brazil & Germany I caught up with Sara during her last day/show "Ready, Aim, Fire" show in Can ada, and may have got more than I asked for when i became part of her show! See more of her performances and just more of her @ www.saratwister.com www.instagram.com/sara_twister www.facebook.com/saratwister.show www.youtube.com/saratwister !LEMON CA$H! 05:30 I got comfortable with brother country band that is Lemon Cash from Ottawa, Ont, Along with catching some of their set (vid w ill come shortly) and of course those juicy exclusives. HEAR their new single "It Ain't Me It's You" on Spotify/Apple Music and check out their music video for "Locked Up" at www.youtube.com/lemoncash Find where you can catch them next, and since their so likeable just like their stuff @ www.facebook.com/lemoncashh www.instagram.com/lemoncash !FIDDLESTIX! 11:50 NON - STOP gigs/jigs and they gave me the time of day on the last stop of the last day of the CNE. They had a constant crowd outside their stage & greenroom tent, so it was a battle for th e audio (please excuse). They ran down what they have been up to all summer, along with sharing they have a new Christmas/other albums in the works, blend that with some yodeling in the mix of fiddles ...and Dr T Show LIVE CNExtravaganza 2022 stix and it was a good time all around! You woul dn't want to miss them, so catch them at their next events! Which you can find @ www.fiddlestix.ca www.facebook.com/fiddlestix www.youtube.com/fiddlestix LISTEn to them on Spotify and AppleMusic STAY TUNED for a corresponding video and another CNExtravanganza next year! WORDS OF WISDOM = 1. What is the yummies t/yuckiest lemonade flavor you can fathom? 2. What is the most delicious/disgusting ice cream flavor? 3. If you could deep fry anything...what would it be? Feel free to respond with your answers in the comments! or www.facebook.com/drtshow www.youtube.com/DrTaylornorthshow www.instagram.com/drtshow www.twitter.com/DrTnorth www.tiktok.com/drtshowtoks www.patreon.com/drtshow Become a Patreon "Patient" for exclusive content (full unedited interviews, performances that were never uploaded/exclusive performances just for The Dr T Show), request a review or have a shout out in the next! Upcoming merch, prize giveaways and so much more for only $3 a month! 00:00 - Royalty Free (Clownin Around) 00:35 - We're Not Gonna Take It (Tw isted Sister) - White Night Instrumental *Royalty free* 05:30 - One Heartbeat - LemonCash 07:30 - Locked Up - LemonCash 09:30 - It Ain't me It's You - LemonCash 11:50 - Fiddlestix Jig - Fiddlestix 13:20 - Frosty the Snowman - Fiddlestix 14:10 - Thundertruc k - Fiddlestix 16:30 - Cotton Eyed Joe - Fiddlestix

Hechos Ecuador
CNE y Universidad Laica Eloy Alfaro de Manabí suscriben convenio para impulsar formación política de mujeres y jóvenes

Hechos Ecuador

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 3:16


CNE y Universidad Laica Eloy Alfaro de Manabí suscriben convenio para impulsar formación política de mujeres y jóvenes En el marco del evento denominado “Tejedoras de Democracia: Hacia la participación política e inclusiva de las mujeres”, que se llevó a cabo este 22 de septiembre en la Universidad Laica Eloy Alfaro de Manabí (Uleam), el Consejo Nacional Electoral (CNE) suscribió un convenio interinstitucional con esta institución académica, con el objeto de ejecutar actividades encaminadas al desarrollo de proyectos que fomenten la vinculación, inclusión y la participación de los jóvenes en el debate político. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hechosecuador/message

InCast
Season 6 Episode 5: Preeclampsia: What Every Educator Should Know with Adriane Burgess

InCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 53:27


Edit: When we originally uploaded this podcast, the wrong file was included. Oops! The correct file has been added, and we hope you enjoy this episode as much as we do! Adriane Burgess PhD, RNC-OB, CCE, CNE, C-ONQS (she/hers)  Director, Quality Improvement-Service Lines (Women and Children, Primary Care, Oncology)  Ob/Gyn Residency Research Director     Awareness of preeclampsia can reduce its impact for families.  Two to eight percent of birthing parents have preeclampsia.  The old adage that “delivery is the cure for preeclampsia” can no longer be used because we know that preeclampsia exits in postpartum, too. In this episode, we will explore current research on preeclampsia and how parents and providers can use open communication about the topic to create the best outcomes.  Listen in to discover more about this hypertensive disorder of pregnancy and postpartum.    Our guest, Adriane Burgess, has been a nurse for 25 years in a variety of maternal-child health settings, including labor and delivery and postpartum units, maternal fetal medicine practices, and childbirth education classes. She is certified in inpatient obstetrical nursing, as a childbirth educator,  in nursing education, and most recently, in obstetric and neonatal quality and safety. She completed her PhD in Nursing in 2017 and her dissertation research was a case control study that explored ABO blood phenotype and factors associated with preeclampsia subtype. Dr. Burgess works to actively publish and present her research and has won several awards. Her research interests include preeclampsia and cardiovascular risk and protective factors, innovative nursing education strategies, and maternal quality initiatives.    Listen and Learn:  Research on the current protocol to prevent preeclampsia   How chronic hypertension impacts chances of getting preeclampsia  How pre-pregnancy habits may decrease the risk   The importance of “knowing your numbers” (blood pressure) even before pregnancy The importance of creating a postpartum connection for women with eclampsia, including mental and emotional support Lifelong health implications of preeclampsia for women  The impact of breastfeeding on cardiovascular health and helping parents initiate and sustain breastfeeding, even if experiencing preeclampsia  The program at Adriane's facility that gives each woman who has preeclampsia a blood pressure cuff and app     Resources & Mentions:  Preeclampsia Foundation Hear Her Adriane Burgess - for additional information aburgess2@wellspan.org   Zuzu's Petals by Lauren Ward Larsen, publisher - In The Telling Press    Related Products from InJoy:  Discussion and Warning signs in:  Understanding Pregnancy  Understanding Birth  Understanding Postpartum Health & Baby Care 

Hechos Ecuador
Con éxito CNE cierra etapa de inscripción de candidaturas

Hechos Ecuador

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 5:12


Con éxito CNE cierra etapa de inscripción de candidaturas El Consejo Nacional Electoral (CNE), este martes 20 de septiembre de 2022, hasta las 18:00, receptó de forma preliminar 8.556 formularios de solicitudes de inscripción de candidaturas para las Elecciones Seccionales 2023, cumpliendo así un nuevo hito del calendario electoral. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hechosecuador/message

My Life in Concert.com
(EP 27, no.19) Police Picnic '83 featuring The Police, Peter Tosh, James Brown, King Sunny Adé, Blue Peter, and The Fixx: Walking on the Moon CNE Stadium, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Friday August 5, 1983

My Life in Concert.com

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 89:34


It's the third and final Police Picnic on August 5, 1983, once again at CNE stadium as well as the 4th and final consecutive summer of attending a huge, open air festival.  This time around the fest featured James Brown, Peter Tosh, King Sunny Adé, Blue Peter, and The Fixx along with the titular hosts. While the first fest ran overlong but otherwise smoothly, the 1982 edition was the worst concert experience of my lifetime, even if the music was good. As was also the case with 1982, this 1983 excursion came complete with a drug misadventure …. wait, scratch that last bit. What's the opposite of “misadventure”?  For this episode, not only will Special Guests aka Phil Robinson be re-joining in looking back on this event, his pal from back in the day, Noelle, also joins us in this episode. The two of them went to festival along with a group of people and reconnect live for the first time since the 80s, and help each other piece together their experiences from that day. So, it's a first for the podcast, with a 3-way interview and reminiscence.   We not only recall the show but also touch on late-night speakeasys, mammaried Police enthusiasts, how lucky we were to have The New Music, import 45s, and where did Simple Minds play here in London in the early 80s? Tune in dear listeners for a euphoric day of great music, accidently taking narcotics, being trapped in a revolving door, smashed porcelain smokers on Queen Street West, and a goodbye to the tea-drinking Police, who were in Synchronicity with the world at that moment.  Click here to read the original 2011 blog entry. Next on Stage -->: Join me next time as I recall one of my Top Three best shows I have ever seen here in my hometown of London, Ontario, Canada, when the one, the only, the legendary & the regal Marianne Faithfull grants us an audience on a packed-to-the-rafters Fryfogles on a steamy, August night. This hotly anticipated showwas a distinctly more intimate experience than the Police Picnic.  By this point in time, the former ‘60s pop icon and former Jagger paramour was in the final throes of a triumphant, early ‘80s comeback, triggered by her late 1979 LP Broken English, one of the true all-time classics.  At this point in '83, she was touring her third Island disc, A Child's Adventure. Conveniently, she began her tour at my local watering hole. Indeed, this date kicked off her first-ever Canadian tour, with London lucking into hosting this debut performance. Join me next time for thigh-slappin' rhythms, backstage gossip, contented smiles and … dangerous acquaintances. 021. (EP 28) Dangerous Acquaintances: Marianne Faithfull, Fryfogle's, London, Ontario, August 15, 1983 Click here to read the original 2011 blog entry. mylifeinconcert.com

La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo
¿Tumbarán el proyecto para despolitizar el Consejo Nacional Electoral?

La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 10:16


El senador Ariel Ávila respondió en La W a las denuncias del senador Humberto de la Calle, quien asegura que el proyecto que busca modificar el CNE y la Registraduría Nacional del Estado Civil podría hundirse por falta de cooperación en el Congreso.

NASN School Nurse Chat
NASN School Nurse Chat: Safe Administration of OTC Medications in Schools

NASN School Nurse Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 24:00


NASN Executive Director Donna Mazyck discusses OTC medication administration with Dr. Tracy Perron PhD, RN, CNE, CSN, Associate Prof at the College of New Jersey & Sherri Hannan, RN, Safe Kids Fayette County Coordinator at Kentucky Children's Hospital.

La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo
Reforma política radicada por el Gobierno: esto piensan en el Congreso

La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 5:39


Hernán Cadavid y Pedro Suárez, representantes a la Cámara, hablaron en La W sobre el papel del CNE y los intereses de los partidos.

NPD Sound Bites
NPD Forecast Rapid Fire Episode: QR Code Electronic Competencies: From Paper to Digital Platforms

NPD Sound Bites

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 28:47


In this NPD Week rapid-fire episode, Vincenza Coughlin, MS, RNC-MNN, CNE, NPD-BC, discusses steps to integrate electronic systems, such as mobile devices and digital platforms, for competency validation.     Join Jillian Russell, MSN, RN, NPD-BC for monthly episodes analyzing information gathered through environmental scanning and discussing NPD implications that you can apply to your daily practice.  Visit www.anpd.org for more information. #NPDsoundbites

2shot 2sDay
The Boys of Summer Ain't Got No Time For That!

2shot 2sDay

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 19:13


It's still hot out and we're ready to keep this season going with stories about the CNE, shooting commercials, and all kinds of stuff Barry Ain't Got No Time For.

DW em Português para África | Deutsche Welle
2 de Setembro de 2022 - Manhã

DW em Português para África | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 20:00


Adalberto Costa Júnior falou à nação na noite desta quinta-feira para reafirmar que a UNITA não aceita os resultados eleitorais em Angols. Aumenta pressão sobre CNE para publicação dos resultados eleitorais por município. Adolescentes são a faixa etária mais infetada pelo HIV/SIDA em Moçambique.

DW em Português para África | Deutsche Welle
2 de Setembro de 2022 - Noite

DW em Português para África | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 20:00


Angola: Movimento cívico Mudei diz que os resultados das eleições anunciados pela CNE não são fiáveis. Organização angolana Omunga alerta para "onda de violência" depois das eleições. Moçambique: Autoridades prometem apertar os controlos aos imigrantes na província de Cabo Delgado.

DW em Português para África | Deutsche Welle
30 de Agosto de 2022 - Noite

DW em Português para África | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 20:00


Oposição angolana promete dar luta após anúncio da vitória do MPLA. Partido de João Lourenço sofre derrota histórica em Cabinda, mas resultados nacionais continuam a gerar críticas na província. Em Moçambique, antigos combatentes da RENAMO ameaçam o movimento RENAM Democrática.

DW em Português para África | Deutsche Welle
30 de Agosto de 2022 - Manhã

DW em Português para África | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 20:00


Em Angola: UNITA volta a reiterar a sua contestação aos resultados definitivos das eleições gerais, que dão vitória ao MPLA. Coligação CASA-CE é a principal perdedora destas eleições, diz analista. Que lições a oposição moçambicana pode tirar das eleições angolanas?

Virgin Mornings with Adam Wylde & TJ
GHOSTED - Why Was Gary Too Embarrassed to Call Keisha Back?!

Virgin Mornings with Adam Wylde & TJ

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 9:01


When trying to impress at the CNE goes wrong… Keisha wants to know why, after a fun night at the CNE, Gary won't call her back  hint: the ketchup and mustard ice cream has something to do with it…    Catch Ghosted  with @adamwylde, @onairtj and @jaxonair every Tuesday and Thursday at 8am!

DW em Português para África | Deutsche Welle
29 de Agosto de 2022 - Noite

DW em Português para África | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 20:00


Festa no MPLA com a reeleição do Presidente João Lourenço, que festejou o "penta" e disse merecer garrafas de champanhe. Na ruas, nada de euforia, o clima do povo angolano é de contestação. Mas analista ouvida pela DW diz que este não é um resultado "amargo" para o partido no poder.

DW em Português para África | Deutsche Welle
29 de Agosto de 2022 - Manhã

DW em Português para África | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 20:00


CNE angolana prevê para breve o anúncio dos resultados definitivos das eleições de 24 de agosto. Foram a enterrar este domingo (28.08) os restos mortais de JES. Em Cabo Verde: Começa hoje em o julgamento do advogado Amadeu Oliveira. Learning by Ear – Aprender do Ouvido!

Disturbingly Pragmatic with Dave and Paul
Paul Has a Bone to Pick With Dave, Jamie Lee Curtis' SAVAGE Comment to Lea Michele, and "I Wish I Didn't Know" Friday Night Trivia Time!

Disturbingly Pragmatic with Dave and Paul

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 52:51


Email Us Here: Disturbinglypragmatic@gmail.comWhere To Find Us!:  Disturbingly Pragmatic Link Tree! Visit Our Patreon! This Episode has EVERYTHING!It's got:'Tis Friday Night!Dance Music!Early Friday Gummies!Soda Streams!Compressed Fart Water, Jenny!Paul's Boner to Pick With Dave!Fat Shaming, but Not!Don't Ask Questions You Don't Want the Answer To!Dave WAS Hugged as a Kid!Things Were Too Quiet!Misogynistic Men!Turns Out Shia LaBeouf is a Douchebag!Darling!Dave Loves the "Wonder Woman" Theme Song!And Dr. Who!Effin Birds!Dave Can't Drive Anymore!New Show for Netflix? "Blockbuster"!Weird Food at the Canadian National Exhibition!Hi, Empathy Heals! Hi, Chloe!Frozen Penis Pops!Heavy Pre-cum Flows!From Cross Country Skiing to Cross Country Semen!The 2008 New York Taint Injury Returns!Fluids!"The Show MUST Go On!"Jamie Lee Curtis is Dave's Hero!Dave Still Can't Stand Lea Michele!Paul LEGO Shopping Spree!LEGO's Adult Section!We Need More Segments with Songs!TRIVIA TIME!Forgetful Orgasms!Gross Question!Horny Rats!Dave's Labia Talk!Duplicates!Bum Squirts!Episode Links (In Order):Ronnie Vino - It's Friday Night!Shia LaBeouf is a Douche to Olivia Wilde!The "Wonder Woman" Theme Song!All the "Dr Who" Theme Songs!Effin Birds!"Blockbuster" on Netflix! (Oh, the Irony)!The Wild Foods Available at the CNE!Frostbitten Olympic Penis!Jamie Lee Curtis SAVAGES Lea Michele!MUSIC CREDIT!Opening Music Graciously Supplied By: https://audionautix.com/ 

Entrevistas La FM
Candidato al CNE certificó experiencia laboral con una empresa que él mismo contrató en la Defensoría

Entrevistas La FM

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 12:49


Altus Baquero podría ser elegido magistrado del CNE. Siendo secretario general de la Defensoría, contrató una empresa que le certificó experiencia laboral.

La Silla Vacía
Huevos quemados con el Consejo Electoral

La Silla Vacía

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 7:48


El Consejo Nacional Electoral es una poderosa entidad política de muy bajo perfil que revisa desde el sistema de elecciones hasta las encuestas de intención política. Tan apetecida es que todos los partidos quieren un puesto allí. Ayer miércoles, el Congreso no se pudo poner de acuerdo en la designación de sus miembros —que tienen el título de magistrados con altos salarios y cuatro años fijos—. Todo por una jugada del Centro Democrático para poner a uno de los suyos en pleno juicio ante la Corte Suprema; y por una movida que terminó mostrando las primeras fisuras en la aplanadora petrista.Para saber más puede leer:Estos serán los magistrados del CNE durante el gobierno Petrohttps://www.lasillavacia.com/historias/silla-nacional/estos-seran-los-magistrados-del-cne-durante-el-gobierno-petro/Viva en primera fila nuestro periodismo con una membresía a los SuperAmigos de La Silla. Puede ser parte de nuestra comunidad acá https://www.lasillavacia.com/super-amigo/. Producción: Fernando Cruz, periodista de La Silla Vacía.Chequeo de datos: Sofía Matiz, periodista de La Silla Vacía.

Med-Surg Moments - The AMSN Podcast
Ep. 82 - (Part 1) The AMSN Diversity, Equity, and Inclusiveness Initiative

Med-Surg Moments - The AMSN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 28:11


Ready to be the change you want to see in the world? Alissa welcomes Robin Hertel and Shermel Edwards-Maddox for part one of a three-part series about AMSN's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusiveness (DEI) Initiative and the valuable resources available to you.    SPECIAL GUESTS Robin Hertel, EdS, MSN, RN, CMSRN   Shermel Edwards-Maddox, MSN, RN, CNE, RN-BC   CO-HOST 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. 

Good Show
Hour 1: Blue Jays Bats Heat Up at Fenway + Will Stripling be a Blue Jay in '23?

Good Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 50:56


JD chats about his experience going to the CNE. Then, he and Ailish discuss the Blue Jays' 9-3 win over the Red Sox, Ross Stripling delivering another quality start, and his future beyond this season. Afterwards, JD and Ailish weigh in on Kevin Durant agreeing to move forward as a member of the Brooklyn Nets (28:42). Later, Ailish presents her daily edition of the A-List (41:45)!The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate

Disturbingly Pragmatic with Dave and Paul
14-Year-Old Florida Teen is a Criminal Mastermind, Paul's LEGO VIP Points Expired, and Florida Man Tries to Hide 1/2 Pound of Meth During Search!

Disturbingly Pragmatic with Dave and Paul

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 50:24


 Email Us Here: Disturbinglypragmatic@gmail.comWhere To Find Us!:  Disturbingly Pragmatic Link Tree! Visit Our New Patreon!  This Episode has EVERYTHING! It's got: Are You Ready?!Paul's Disappointment!We're Fat and Gay!Dave Fails at French! Again!Yawning!Drive-Thru Shopping!Cars Shouldn't Be There, Should They?!Our Neighbour's Loud ASF TV! Piano Playing Neighbour is Terrible Piano Player!Jennifer Love Hewitt is a Great Crier!We Hate Paper Straws!Paul Loves McPizza!Dave, the Condiment Whore!14-Year-Old Criminal Mastermind!More Yawning!Pyramid Schemes, Identity Theft, Forging Money Orders!Dave Loves Awkward Reality Show Moments!Simon Cowell's Botox!Kevin Spacey Continues to be Gross!Our Neighbour's Loud ASF TV! AGAIN!Jameela Jamil is Awesome!Dave's Taint Sexual Injury, Much to Paul's Embarrassment!Screw Lego's VIP Point Expiration!Corporate Cock-Suckery!Suck Our Balls, Lego!The Universe is Horrifyingly Large!NASA Science!We Need Holodecks!Paul's Farts!Florida Meth Fun!Dave on Meth?! Nope!Our Friend Doug Coming to Toronto for the Fan Expo!Super Sexy Sean Astin!COVID-19, Monkeypox, and Polio, Oh My!Dave Isn't a Good Patient!Expensive Autographs!The CNE!Paul's Mic Nonsense!Really Expensive Photo Ops!Episode Links (In Order): Boston Woman Drives Through 2nd Floor of Shopping Mall!Canada's Ban on Single Use Plastics!McDonald's Chicken Big Mac!14-Year-Old Florida Boy is a Criminal Mastermind!Neil Breen Courtesy of Your Movie Sucks!Kevin Spacey Must Pay $31 Million to Production Company!Jameela Jamil Pulls Asshole Muscle Filming "She Hulk"!Paul's Lego Tweets!Jupiter Images!Black Holes Sound Horrific!Man Tries to Hide 1/2 Pound of Meth During Police Search!Get Ready To Fire Your Load!2022 Fan Expo!The Canadian National Exhibition!MUSIC CREDIT!Opening Music Graciously Supplied By: https://audionautix.com/

ON Point with Alex Pierson
Concern About Ride Safety Mounts As CNE Approaches

ON Point with Alex Pierson

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 10:40


"I can guarantee they are..." says Andrew Gidaro, Director of the Canadian Association of Amusement Operators. He joined Alex Pierson to talk about the fears people are beginning to have ahead of CNE opening its doors, about ride safety and the ongoing strike with safety inspectors.

The Nurse Keith Show
Addressing Racism in Nursing, Part 1 of 2

The Nurse Keith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 69:58


On episode 381 — the first in a 2-part series — of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews Dr. Rumay Alexander, EdD, RN, FAAN; Dr. Laura Fennimore, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, CNE,FAAN; and Dr. Debra Toney, PhD, RN, FAAN, all members of the National Commission to Address Racism in Nursing. In the course of this episode, Keith and his three esteemed guests discuss a wide range of topics related to structural systemic racism, the purpose of the commission, definitions of important terms, how racism impacts both nurses and patients, potential solutions, and much more. On January 25, 2021, leading nursing organizations launched the National Commission to Address Racism in Nursing. The Commission examines the issue of racism within nursing nationwide focusing on the impact on nurses, patients, communities, and health care systems to motivate all nurses to confront individual and systemic racism. The Commission members and organizations represent a broad continuum of nursing practice, racially and ethnically diverse groups, and regions across the country. The Commission is led by the American Nurses Association (ANA), National Black Nurses Association (NBNA), National Coalition of Ethnic Minority Nurse Associations (NCEMNA), and National Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN).Before joining forces to address racism in nursing, the organizations that make up the National Commission to Address Racism (the Commission) have for years raised their individual voices to condemn all forms of racism within our society and health care system. Nurse Keith is a holistic career coach for nurses, professional podcaster, published author, award-winning blogger, inspiring keynote speaker, and successful nurse entrepreneur. Connect with Nurse Keith at NurseKeith.com, and on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram. The Nurse Keith Show is a proud member of The Health Podcast Network, one of the largest and fastest-growing collections of authoritative, high-quality podcasts taking on the tough topics in health and care with empathy, expertise, and a commitment to excellence.