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In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy change their MSN statuses in biting fashion, firing up lyrics from Taking Back Sunday's 2002 genre classic Tell All Your Friends. It is, with some likelihood, the album one host has listened to more than any other in his life. Find out more about Taking Back Sunday's clunky and dramatic origins, the benefits and limitations of the band as one of the avatars of the emo movement, and whether mics are for singing or swinging on this week's podcast. Come join the Patreon family for bonus episodes, mailbags, show notes and even more goodness: https://www.patreon.com/columbiahouseparty Follow @ColumbiaHP on Twitter! While you're there say hello to @BlakeMurphyODC and @JGoldsbie. If merch is your thing, be sure to check out the store: http://bit.ly/chpmerch Or reach out to the show and say hey: firstname.lastname@example.org If you enjoyed today's show, please rate Columbia House Party 5-Stars on Apple Podcasts.See you next week for an all new episode of CHP.
Do you think budgeting is all about Math? Is it about Algebra? Is knowing basic math okay? Or do I have to be a math genius to know how to budget? Listen in as Ashley discusses how budgeting is not about the math, but about our emotional relationships with money, and how our emotions affect our budgeting and spending decisions. Hosting Today: Hey, I'm Ashley Patrick, a personal finance expert and founder of Budgets Made Easy. I help busy moms create systems to save money and pay off debt so they can reach their big dreams faster and easier. I was able to pay off $45,000 in just 17 months including $25,000 in student loans in just 10 months. I'm a Master Financial Coach and have a bachelor's degree in psychology and will help you get to the root of your money problems. Since my journey started I have been featured on Fox Business, Yahoo! Finance, Food Network, USA TODAY, MSN, CNBC, NerdWallet, and many others. “It's not about the math. You can lay out a beautiful budget down to the penny and the math is all correct. That doesn't mean that you'll just automatically stick to it because we're human. We're not perfect. We are emotional beings. We are not logical beings.” -Ashley Patrick Timestamps 03:50 - It's not about the Math 05:06 - What budgeting is about? 06:10 - What to do if you are struggling with sticking to your budget? 08:40 - Why is budgeting not about Math? 09:25 - About emotions 09:34 - About Logic 09:48 - About being human and making mistakes 10:25 - How to stay on track with your goal? 12:14 - How do you set your goal and stick to your budget? Worried about losing income during a recession? Want to learn how to get started and protect your family in an economic downturn? Check out my Free Workshop: How to Recession Proof Your Finances! Go to budgetsmadeeasy.com/recession-workshop and register today. And if you enjoyed the podcast today and got some great takeaways, I'd really appreciate it if you followed the Money Mindset Podcast so you don't miss out on future episodes Resources and Links Mentioned: * Free Recession Workshop: budgetsmadeeasy.com/recession-workshop/ Connect with Ashley: * Instagram: www.instagram.com/budgetsmadeeasy
It buzzes, it flushes, it creates millions of tiny implosions during every cycle -- it's the amazing, awesome, underrated science of ultrasonic cleaning! With each passing year, our industry is seeing more and more utilization of ultrasonic cleaning technology to address the increasingly complex surgical instrumentation and medical devices coming through our Sterile Processing departments. On this Season 17 podcast episode of Beyond Clean, we speak with Karen Owens, RN, MSN, CRCST, CIS, CER, CHL, FCS, CQIA Senior Director, Clinical and Customer Education and Sarah Brown, BA, MBA Senior Product Manager at STERIS Corporation to discuss how these devices actually work, where they best fit into the standard reprocessing workflow, and a few myths around their use. Whether you have an ultrasonic cleaner that you want to learn more about, or are trying to gather information to justify purchasing one for your department, we think you'll find something worth hearing on this interview! Hope this helps you #FightDirtyBetter in your hospital today. 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
On episode 382, the second in a 2-part series of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews Daniela Vargas, MSN, MPH, MA, RN, PHN; Ruth Francis, MPH, MCHES; and Cheryl Peterson, MSN, RN, all members of the National Commission to Address Racism in Nursing. In the course of this episode, Keith and his esteemed guests discuss the American Nurses' Association reckoning with its own structural racism, data from the commission's National Survey on Racism in Nursing, the commission's foundational report, 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.
Trigger Warning: This episode contains sensitive material that may not be suitable for all listeners. This episode mentions crimes against minors, including abduction and abuse. Listener discretion is advised. The dynamic duo from the Cup of Nurses podcast, Matt and Peter, join us for this week's episode of Good Nurse Bad Nurse! We discuss the dark case of Sean Fiore, a doctorate nursing student who was involved in an international murder-for-hire conspiracy. Our Good Nurse story features Ann Kurth, who will be the first nurse to lead the New York Academy of Medicine. Please support our show by supporting our sponsors below! Thank you to Trusted Health for sponsoring this episode. Please go to https://www.trustedhealth.com/gnbn and fill out a profile to help support our podcast and see what opportunities are out there for you! Thank you to our sponsor Samuel Merritt University! If you're interested in getting more information on their MSN and DNP programs and scholarships visit them at fnp.samuelmerritt.edu and show them how much you appreciate them for sponsoring our podcast! Thank you to our sponsor CBD Stat! If you use CBD oils, please try CBD Stat and get 30% off high-quality CBD available at http://www.cbdstat.care/goodnursebadnurse Thank you to our sponsor Eko! Please visit them at https://ekohealth.com and use promo code GNBN for $20 off your purchase of the new Littmann Cardiology IV stethoscope with Eko technology! And finally, thank you to our newest sponsor, Magic Mind. Go to their website at https://www.magicmind.co/nurse and enter promo code NURSE20 to try their amazing elixir designed to stimulate focus, creativity, energy, and motivation while decreasing stress. Sources for this week's episode: https://www.justice.gov/usao-vt/pr/former-nurse-sentenced-27-years-prison-murder-hire-conspiracy-kidnap-and-murder-person https://www.mynbc5.com/article/sean-fiore-burlington-vermont-sentencing-update-march-2022/39589498 https://www.timesargus.com/news/local/man-sentenced-in-bizarre-murder-for-hire-case/article_391f6c34-9ebe-50cd-8ae3-4ad214ec6bb8.html https://dailynurse.com/an-historic-appointment-ann-kurth-to-be-first-nurse-to-lead-ny-academy-of-medicine/
NHSN training is a key first step to becoming a competent infection preventionist. In this episode we talk to Marc Wright, clinical science liaison for the central region at PDI, on the history of the AJIC/NHSN Case Studies, the important role they play in IP competency development, and how to make them work for you. Hosted by: Marie Wilson, MSN, RN, CIC, interim host of the 5 Second Rule podcast About our Guests: Marc-Oliver Wright, MT(ASCP), MS, CIC, FAPIC, Clinical Science Liaison, Central Region, PDI Marc-Oliver Wright, MT (ASCP), MS, CIC, FAPIC, is the clinical science liaison for the central region at PDI, Inc. He has an extensive work history in infection prevention including as an infection preventionist at the University of Wisconsin University Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin and as the corporate director of infection control and quality improvement for NorthShore University HealthSystem in Evanston, Illinois. His educational background includes a bachelors of sciences in clinical laboratory sciences, a master's of science in epidemiology and advanced training in public health informatics-all from the University of Illinois – Chicago. He is board certified in infection prevention, a Fellow of APIC and was the 2019 recipient of the President's Distinguished Service Award (in honor of Pat Lynch). Marc-Oliver previously served on the Board of Directors at APIC as well as an officer as Treasurer. He has over 60 publications in the American Journal of Infection Control, Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology, Emerging Infectious Diseases, among others and served as an editorial board member and section editor for the American Journal of Infection Control from 2009-2019.
In part two of two podcasts, Kevin continues the visit with Ben, DNP, APRN, NP-c, and Tom, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC from Just Some Podcast and Will Continue to Monitor. They talk about their time working as RNs in the emergency department and their role, now, as nurse practitioners. This is a super fun episode. Find Ben and Tom and JSP at the links below https://www.justsomepodcast.com/ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/just-some-podcast-for-advanced-practitioners/id1435752237 https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/will-continue-to-monitor/id1604641579
There is no doubt that as a business owner you want as much attention and exposure as possible. While there are many avenues to explore, some can be quite costly. However, PPC, or pay per click advertising is an effective way to generate new visitors to your site and turn them into loyal customers. There are several options when it comes to PPC ads. Some of the most popular platforms include MSN, Yahoo!, and Google, however utilizing a combination of these sources will provide optimum results. Each time someone searches for a certain keyword your ad will be displayed, encouraging more clicks, more traffic, and more conversions. Immediate Benefits of PPC Pay per click advertising offers immediate, as well as long-term benefits. Knowing what to expect immediately may help you understand the value in this method of reaching new customers. First of all, the process to setup PPC advertisements is quick, much quicker than traditional methods of advertising. Also, unlike the popular SEO methods (which are valuable in themselves) the results you receive from PPC advertisements are noticed immediately. You will see an increase in traffic the same day, which allows you to tweak, change, or modify the campaign in order to optimized results. Unlimited Potential Did you know that Google estimates that approximately 90 million Internet searches are conducted through their server alone on a daily basis? Each time a search is performed, this is a potential customer for you to grab. PPC advertisements are the perfect way to ensure your business is visible and available when a search is conducted. Great Value One of the most appealing aspects of a PPC marketing campaign is the fact that you only have to pay for the placement of the ad when a customer actually clicks it. You are not simply paying for brand awareness, instead you are paying for real live people who are interested in what you are offering on your advert. You can find services that offer a price of ten cents per click, however if it creates a new customer this ten cent investment has really paid off. Create a Realistic Budget Although the cost is minimal for using PPC advertisements, most businesses still have a budget to maintain. As a result, you can use convenient budgeting features that allow you to establish how much you want to spend each day. However, if you hit this limit, you may miss out on customers, so you should consider carefully if this is a good idea. Keyword Control Since your ad is displayed when certain keywords are entered, you are only reaching those people who are truly interested in what you are offering. You can always change your keywords later to include other niches, however this gives you control of who will view the advertisement you have created. This also provides a better chance to turn a PPC click into a new customer. PPC advertisements are a perfect option for both small and big businesses that are trying to increase their visibility. Additionally, you can use this method without blowing your budget.
A byproduct of the unstoppable advancements our industry has experienced over the past several years is the rapid growth of clinical coaching & personal training academies in aesthetics. When this week's Fierce Factor Podcast guest opened her training academy there were only 16 independent training institutions in the United States. That number has more than quadrupled in less than 5 years. This week I have a very special and inspiring interview with the incredibly talented Yvonne Dellos. MSN, FNP-BC, National Aesthetic Trainer, KOL, and Speaker. Yvonne is the brilliant founder of the acclaimed Medical Aesthetic Art Institute, the Aesthetic Co., and Aesthetic ER. Yvonne is a recognized third-party trainer and KOL for Mint PDO threads and Candela. She is a proud member of the Merz Advisory Board. She also trains aesthetic injectors nationwide for some of the largest aesthetic companies. Yvonne and Medical Aesthetic Art Institute were voted Institute of the Year 2021 at Aesthetic Next and Outstanding MINT Instructor of the year 2021. In this interview, Yvonne talks about the adversity she has faced throughout the years. She is one of six kids (latch key child), very independent, eventually dropping out of high school to eventually becoming the CEO of 3 businesses, running 8 revenue streams, and building her multi-million dollar empire while leading, training, mentoring, and coaching women all across the globe in our industry! During our time together Yvonne shares: What it takes to become a reputable, established aesthetic institute. The questions someone looking for training should be asking and what they should focus on to discern what is an established and reputable training program with the right credentials. How to set your own academy up for success. The respect she has for the other women in our industry and her predictions for the future. I'm really excited to share this interview- get ready to leave feeling inspired, empowered, and excited to take on that next big goal in your life! Yvonne is truly passionate and focused on helping empower women in our industry. She's all about building self confidence and striving for excellence in every area of your life. Enjoy! Xo- Kaeli Connect with Yvvone on Instagram Learn more about her training program Watch the video of this interview on YouTube Book a Strategy Call with Kaeli Join the KLC Consulting Mailing List The Fierce Factor Society on Facebook KLC Consulting Website Kaeli on Instagram Kaeli on LinkedIn
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.
In this episode, Kevin has not one, but two guests. He visits with Ben, DNP, APRN, NP-c, and Tom, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC from Just Some Podcast and Will Continue to Monitor. They talk about their time working as RNs in the emergency department and their role, now, as nurse practitioners. This is a super fun episode. Find Ben and Tom and JSP at the links below https://www.justsomepodcast.com/ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/just-some-podcast-for-advanced-practitioners/id1435752237 https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/will-continue-to-monitor/id1604641579 Follow us on Social: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Art-of-Emergency-Nursing-276898616569046/ Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJTnz4phtCTjojTIDJo2afA?view_as=subscriber Twitter @AoenPodcast Instagram https://www.instagram.com/artofemergencynursing/ To help out the show: Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews really help the show and I read each one. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google, and elsewhere. This link will take you to the latest episode and give you links to the most popular podcast players. https://pod.link/1460741717 Thanks for joining me this week. Until next time!
“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. 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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
We propose Masked Siamese Networks (MSN), a self-supervised learning framework for learning image representations. Our approach matches the representation of an image view containing randomly masked patches to the representation of the original unmasked image. This self-supervised pre-training strategy is particularly scalable when applied to Vision Transformers since only the unmasked patches are processed by the network. As a result, MSNs improve the scalability of joint-embedding architectures, while producing representations of a high semantic level that perform competitively on low-shot image classiﬁcation. For instance, on ImageNet-1K, with only 5,000 annotated images, our base MSN model achieves 72.4% top-1 accuracy, and with 1% of ImageNet-1K labels, we achieve 75.7% top-1 accuracy, setting a new state-of-the-art for self-supervised learning on this benchmark. 2022: Mahmoud Assran, Mathilde Caron, Ishan Misra, Piotr Bojanowski, Florian Bordes, Pascal Vincent, Armand Joulin, Michael G. Rabbat, Nicolas Ballas https://arxiv.org/pdf/2204.07141v1.pdf
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
Nurse Jessica Sites guest hosts this week's episode of Good Nurse Bad Nurse! Petticoats and top hats are optional for this episode as we take a trip back in time to discuss the crimes of Victorian serial killer doctor, Thomas Neill Cream. Our Good Nurse, however, is a present-day healthcare professional. Nurse Jessica is featured as our Good Nurse and talks about how her passion for making people laugh developed into bringing awareness to nursing issues. Sources Dr. Thomas Neill Cream, a fiend to rival Jack the Ripper – New York Daily News (nydailynews.com) https://www.casebook.org/suspects/cream.html https://thejacktherippertour.com/casebook/suspects/dr-neill-cream/ Please support our show by supporting our sponsors below! Thank you to Trusted Health for sponsoring this episode. Please go to https://www.trustedhealth.com/gnbn and fill out a profile to help support our podcast and see what opportunities are out there for you! Thank you to our sponsor Samuel Merritt University! If you're interested in getting more information on their MSN and DNP programs and scholarships visit them at fnp.samuelmerritt.edu and show them how much you appreciate them for sponsoring our podcast! Thank you to our sponsor CBD Stat! If you use CBD oils, please try CBD Stat and get 30% off high-quality CBD available at http://www.cbdstat.care/goodnursebadnurse Thank you to our sponsor Eko! Please visit them at https://ekohealth.com and use promo code GNBN for $20 off your purchase of the new Littmann Cardiology IV stethoscope with Eko technology! And finally, thank you to our newest sponsor, Magic Mind. Go to their website at https://www.magicmind.co/nurse and enter promo code NURSE20 to try their amazing elixir designed to stimulate focus, creativity, energy, and motivation while decreasing stress.
On this episode I have four people who have different perspectives on dogs and their owners. They talked about the expectations we have of dogs and whether they are reasonable; the limits of training to manage dogs in the wrong environments; and the ethical dilemma of "dog keeping" in an increasingly urban world. We also touched on how our relationships and expectations of dogs as pets are influenced by larger social issues. My guests are: Jacqueline George, MA, who works with people seeking puppies to help match them to the right breeder, shelter, or rescue; Sammy Hyde, KPA-CTP, CPDT-KA, UW-AAB, a dog trainer in the Boston area; and Laura Sharkey, PhD, KPA-CTP and Carolyn Kelly, MSN, RN, the founders of the Copilot Pet Dog Breeding Cooperative, both of whom have experience breeding dogs for pet homes. These four women have a lot of fascinating experience and insights and I hope you enjoy their conversation as much as I did.
On episode 380 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews Caroline Cárdenas, PhD, MSN, MA, RN, CBCN, an expert in the science of play. Caroline has completed and defended her doctoral dissertation, titled “Play and its Effects on Burnout and Compassion Fatigue Among Healthcare Professionals”, and has a great deal to share about the journey. Formerly a dedicated oncology nurse, Caroline's vision is to serve as a play researcher and advocate, educator, clinical psychologist, and public speaker, as well as produce body and movement play retreats to guide women, breast cancer survivors, healthcare professionals, educators, nursing and medical students, and mothers all over the world to discover, explore, practice, protect, and share their unique creative expression through the sacred practice of play, with the hope of reawakening and fostering purpose, meaning, and authentic connection through shared joy. Caroline is featured in James Redford's documentary film, “Playing for Keeps”, where she speaks about her own journey of what inspired her to become an oncology nurse, her personal experience with burnout and compassion fatigue, her discovery of play through hula hooping, and how teaching hula hooping inspires and cultivates joy. Connect with Caroline Cárdenas: The Hula Hoop Girl Instagram LinkedIn Vimeo Twitter Hawaii Hoop Retreats on Instagram Nurse Keith is a holistic career coach for nurses, professional podcaster, published author, award-winning blogger, inspiring keynote speaker, and successful nurse entrepreneur. 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.
ABOUT DR. CHRISTOPHER MACKLIN: Dr. Christopher Macklin is an Author, Spiritual Messenger and Healer who is highly respected globally for his work in aiding people in achieving optimal health. He has written several books and is a frequent guest on radio and television outlets across the country presenting tips on maintaining a healthy immune system during the Pandemic and providing an emotional & physical guide. Dr. Macklin also offers free global healing meditations - 3xs a week. To sign up visit http://www.globalenlightenmentproject.com. He also offers one on one healing sessions for physical and spiritual issues. ABOUT CHRISTINE: Christine is an International #1 Amazon Bestselling Author, a Personal Development Coach and a Globally Recognized Expert In Podcasting and Radio. She is also a Featured Contributor to America Online, MSN, Ticker News, Google News, Pacifica Radio and Hollywood.com. Christine offers group coaching classes for entrepreneurs at http://www.BossAFBootcamp.com and one on one coaching at http://www.ChristineBlosdale.com To book a FREE strategy session with Christine visit https://bookme.name/CHRISTINE/lite/30-minute ABOUT THE OUT OF THE BOX WITH CHRISTINE PODCAST: Do you believe in the Law of Attraction? Do our thoughts and beliefs create our reality? Pull up a seat next to host Christine Blosdale on Out of The Box With Christine: The Podcast For Conscious Entrepreneurs and meet Master Teachers in Personal Development, Conscious Creation, Wellness, Wealth and an Abundance Mindset. More info can be found at http://www.OutOfTheBoxWithChristine.com #Podcast #Spirituality
On this week's episode of Good Nurse Bad Nurse, one of our favorite social media content creators, Nurse Erica, returns to the guest host's chair. This episode centers on a collection of cautionary tales about nurses who experienced the consequences of their lapses of judgement. We also sound off on topics that workforce professionals are actively facing such as wage transparency and falsifying documentation. And as always, even if you're a bad girl or boy, be a good nurse! Please support our show by supporting our sponsors below! Thank you to Trusted Health for sponsoring this episode. Please go to https://www.trustedhealth.com/gnbn and fill out a profile to help support our podcast and see what opportunities are out there for you! Thank you to our sponsor Samuel Merritt University! If you're interested in getting more information on their MSN and DNP programs and scholarships visit them at fnp.samuelmerritt.edu and show them how much you appreciate them for sponsoring our podcast! Thank you to our sponsor CBD Stat! If you use CBD oils, please try CBD Stat and get 30% off high-quality CBD available at http://www.cbdstat.care/goodnursebadnurse Thank you to our sponsor Eko! Please visit them at https://ekohealth.com and use promo code GNBN for $20 off your purchase of the new Littmann Cardiology IV stethoscope with Eko technology! And finally, thank you to our newest sponsor, Magic Mind. Go to their website at https://www.magicmind.co/nurse and enter promo code NURSE20 to try their amazing elixir designed to stimulate focus, creativity, energy, and motivation while decreasing stress. Sources: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/florida-nurse-fired-after-posting-photos-baby-born-birth-defect-n1280627 https://nypost.com/2021/01/17/nurse-fired-after-joining-capitol-riot-says-shed-do-it-again/ https://www.courier-journal.com/story/news/crime/2021/10/22/us-capitol-riot-lori-thomas-vinson-morganfield-kentucky-sentenced/6117260001/ https://www.reliasmedia.com/articles/20659-nurse-fired-for-off-duty-post-on-facebook https://www.newsweek.com/nurse-fired-dying-woman-screamed-help-joyce-echaquan-1535376 https://www.hipaajournal.com/texas-nurse-fired-for-social-media-hipaa-violation/
In this podcast, Amy Stewart, MSN, RN, DNS-MT, QCP-MT, RAC-MT, RAC-MTA, vice president of education and certification strategy for AAPACN, Jennifer LaBay, RN, RAC-MT, RAC-MTA, QCP, CRC, curriculum development specialist with AAPACN, and Carol Maher, RN-BC, RAC-MTA, RAC-MT, CPC, director of education for Hansen, Hunter & Co., P.C./Synergy Healthcare Resources/Axiom/HealthBridge, discuss some recent Medicare denials related to the use of unspecified diagnosis codes. Review the Definitions of Medicare Code Edits, ICD-10 Version - April 2022.
In this episode, Jillian explores the topics of incivility and workplace violence prevention with a panel of NPD experts—Connie Hardy Tabet, MSN, RN, CPAN, CAPA, FASPAN, Katie Ann Blanchard, MSN, RN, NPD-BC, CNE, CPP, CTM, and Katlyn Jackson, MN, RN. 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
One of the most solid areas of digital publishing is what's become known as intent media. In the old days, we called this “SEO.” The basics are taking service content and applying it to algorithmic distribution (usually Google) and marrying it with performance advertising models like affiliate marketing programs that pay for sales leads. Ad Practitioners is another intent-based publisher in expansion mode.In late 2019, Ad Practitioners bought Money.com from Meredith with the plan to run its intent playbook with the personal finance brand. That means more lists of the best credit cards, best savings accounts and, yes, the best pet insurance companies. The entire company, which is based in Dorado, Puerto Rico, is 160 people and generates over $100 million in annual revenue. Some takeaways from Ad Practitioner CEO Greg Powel: Arbitrage works. Paid acquisition is an important part of the Ad Practitioners model – it has spent about $500 million on Google ads in its history. Search for “best credit cards 2022,” and you'll see why. This kind of high-value intent traffic is very valuable – credit card leads can fetch $100 – that it makes sense. Bad sites are a business model problem. Publishers with terrible websites do not have a tech problem; they have a business model problem. The attention-based ad model for general audiences is hard to make work without adopting, well, adversarial tactics. The performance ad model of intent media aligns incentives better since the publisher wants people to get the information they need rather than hijack their attention elsewhere. Algorithm dependence is a manageable risk. To put it mildly, there's a checkered history of publishers relying on algorithms for the overwhelming majority of their distribution. Ad Practitioners look to mitigate that dependence with its paid acquisition as well as licensing deals with the likes of MSN and others. While new channels like TikTok could catch on to eat into Google's search share, Greg sees the biggest threat of disruption coming from Apple, since its devices are the originator of a big chunk of Google searches.
Guest: Dr. Santor Nishizaki is the founder and CEO of Mulholland Consulting Group, whose mission is to help organizations increase generational awareness and create a happier workplace. His work on Millennials and Gen Z in the workplace has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Psychology Today, the Boston Globe, Yahoo Finance, MSN.com, CNN.com, SHRM Blog, College Recruiter, and elsewhere. He also serves as a Ph.D. professor of Global Leadership and Change at Pepperdine University and several universities in Southern California, where he has instructed hundreds of Gen Zers in leadership, diversity in the workplace, marketing, management, and entrepreneurship. His experience in the corporate world includes project management for Walt Disney Imagineering and supply chain management at a NASA center. Episode in a Tweet: Working with Gen Z will allow you to keep the competitive advantage in shaping the future of “work” for the newest set of top talent in the twenty-first century. Background: Generation Z has arrived in the working world and is here with their own workplace expectations. If employers intend to recruit top talent, they must be ready to meet the unique challenges this vibrant generation will bring to the workforce. And this is what Santor Nishizake and I talk about during this week's episode of Refeclt Forward. I met Santor through our publisher, Amplify Publishing, and we immediately hit it off. I appreciate his thoughtful research on what Gen Zers want from the workplace. During our conversation, Santor tells us how leaders can motivate and inspire this altruistic and socially motivated generation. Santor believes that remarkable and innovative results will occur by leading each person based on their strengths and empowering your team to use them. As more Millennials move into leadership roles and Gen Z'ers enter the workplace, the emphasis on altruism and doing good in the world will continue to make it a better place than when we got here. I am confident you'll learn much from this interview, and I hope you enjoy it! How to find Santor: https://workingwithgenzbook.com/ https://drsantor.com/podcast/ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/zillennial-leader-podcast/id1626338104
On episode 379 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews Dr. Kenneth Dion, PhD, MSN, MBA, RN, FAAN, the President of Sigma Theta Tau, the renowned international honor society of nursing. In the course of this fascinating conversation, Keith and Dr. Dion dive deep into the impact that nurses can have when we break out of our tightly defined silos and embrace concepts like environmentalism, economics, technology, and entrepreneurship. Dr. Dion's work explores financial literacy as a subset of health literacy, empowering nurse leaders to positively impact patients, families, and communities — as well as their own lives. He takes a unique approach to the role of nursing leadership in improving healthcare, He is also a frequent contributor to the journal Nursing Economic$. Connect with Kenneth Dion and Sigma Theta Tau: Dr. Dion on LinkedIn Sigma Theta Tau on LinkedIn Dr. Dion on Twitter SigmaNursing.org Sigma on Facebook Sigma on Twitter Sigma on Instagram Sigma on YouTube The Circle, Sigma's professional networking platform Nursing Economic$ Nurse Keith is a holistic career coach for nurses, professional podcaster, published author, award-winning blogger, inspiring keynote speaker, and successful nurse entrepreneur. 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.
Trigger Warning: This episode contains sensitive material pertaining to gun violence and self-harm that may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Kevin of Art of Emergency Nursing joins Tina to co-host this week's episode of Good Nurse Bad Nurse! Kevin and Tina discuss the case of a Texas physician charged with murder who provided an unusual explanation for his actions. We want to use our platform to bring awareness to a developing story of a missing nurse from South Carolina, Shauna Brown. Stay tuned for the Good Nurse segment to learn more about Shauna and help her return home safely. Sources: https://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local/article/Wild-claims-reported-in-case-of-Seguin-doctor-12744147.php https://www.chron.com/news/local/article/Robert-Fadal-Seguin-physician-accused-of-fatally-15420964.php https://news4sanantonio.com/news/local/couple-shot-and-killed-by-local-doctor-while-they-helped-his-mother-with-chores https://www.ksat.com/news/2018/03/13/gcso-doctor-who-shot-couple-in-front-of-kids-said-he-thought-they-were-russian-mobsters/ https://www.cbs42.com/news/local/nurse-reported-missing-during-trip-to-alabama/ Please support our show by supporting our sponsors below! Thank you to Trusted Health for sponsoring this episode. Please go to https://www.trustedhealth.com/gnbn and fill out a profile to help support our podcast and see what opportunities are out there for you! Thank you to our sponsor Samuel Merritt University! If you're interested in getting more information on their MSN and DNP programs and scholarships visit them at fnp.samuelmerritt.edu and show them how much you appreciate them for sponsoring our podcast! Thank you to our sponsor CBD Stat! If you use CBD oils, please try CBD Stat and get 30% off high-quality CBD available at http://www.cbdstat.care/goodnursebadnurse Thank you to our sponsor Eko! Please visit them at https://ekohealth.com and use promo code GNBN for $20 off your purchase of the new Littmann Cardiology IV stethoscope with Eko technology! And finally, thank you to our newest sponsor, Magic Mind. Go to their website at https://www.magicmind.co/nurse and enter promo code NURSE20 to try their amazing elixir designed to stimulate focus, creativity, energy, and motivation while decreasing stress.
Joan Moss, RN, MSN, was an instrumental part of Sg2 for 16 years, most recently serving as Managing Principal and CNO. She retired at the end of June, but before she left, she stopped by Sg2 Perspectives to reflect on her 40 plus years of health care experience, including past challenges and what we can learn from them and her thoughts on creative workforce solutions and what's coming next for the health care industry. We are always excited to get ideas and feedback from our listeners. You can reach us at email@example.com, find us on Twitter as @Sg2HealthCare, or visit the Sg2 company page on LinkedIn.
Dr. Debi Silber, President of The PBT (Post Betrayal Transformation) Institute and founder of https://thepbtinstitute.com helps people heal from Post Betrayal Syndrome which impacts their work, health and relationships. She's is a holistic psychologist, health, mindset, personal development expert. She's an award winning and 2 time TEDx speaker, coach and author of the Amazon #1 Bestselling book: The Unshakable Woman: 4 Steps to Rebuilding Your Body, Mind and Life After a Life Crisis, The Unshakable Woman-The Workbook (the companion guide to the book) as well as 2 books recommended by Brian Tracy, Marshall Goldsmith, Jack Canfield and many more. Debi has contributed to FOX, CBS, The Dr. Oz show, The Huffington Post, Shape, Self, Health, Working Mother, Forbes, Psychology Today, WebMD, Yahoo Shine, Ladies Home Journal, MSN, Woman's World and Glamour to name a few. Her study on betrayal led to 3 groundbreaking discoveries-teaching people how to prevent repeat betrayals while changing how long it takes to heal (physically/mentally/emotionally)...once and for all. Dr. Debi's latest TEDx-Do You Have Post Betrayal Syndrome?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyqOR69dHiU --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tango-romeo/message
A shortage of reproductive health professionals has resulted in wait times for some services in our state, including in-clinic abortions. Connecticut's "safe harbor" law expands the scope of care for advanced-practice clinicians to include procedural abortions, and is expected to lessen what is now up to a two-week wait. These clinicians are advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs), clinical-nurse midwives (CNMs) and physician's assistants (PAs). CNM and CEO and President of Planned Parenthood of Southern New England Amanda Skinner told the Connecticut Mirror she expects a "continued surge in patients" in the wake of the Dobbs decision. This hour, Skinner joins us to discuss the important role advanced-practice clinicians play in reproductive health care. At Planned Parenthood, these clinicians are primary care providers, she explains. Plus, Loren Fields is an advanced-practice nurse, educator and longtime member of Clinicians in Abortion Care, an arm of the National Abortion Federation. GUESTS: Amanda Skinner, CNM, MBA: CEO and President, Planned Parenthood of Southern New England Loren Fields, DNP, MSN, APRN: Clinician, Planned Parenthood of Southern New England; Lecturer in Nursing, Yale School of Nursing; Member and Former Advisory Committee Chair, Clinicians in Abortion Care Where We Live is dedicated to exploring the issues and impact of the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe. We wanted to create a space to make it easy for our listeners to find all of this content with one click. Visit ctpublic.org/PostRoeWorld for easy access to our ongoing coverage.Support the show: http://wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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 Dr. Danielle Pierotti, RN, PhD, CENP, discuss about home health and how collaboration with skilled nursing facilities can improve outcomes.
Preeti interviews YA Author Sona Charaipotra all about her latest release, HOW MAYA GOT FIERCE. They talk about all the important things: publishing, writing, representation, and of course, FOOD. About the HOW MAYA GOT FIERCE: How Maya Got Fierce (Fiewel & Friends/Macmillan) follows 17-year-old California farm girl Maya, who should be at Cow Camp but instead accidentally scores her dream job at Fierce magazine. Only problem? They think she's 25—and her parents would kill her if they found out.About Sona Charaipotra: Sona Charaipotra is the author of Symptoms of a Heartbreak and How Maya Got Fierce, and co-author of Rumor Game and Tiny Pretty Things, now a Netflix original series. She earned her Masters in screenwriting from NYU and an MFA in creative writing from the New School. A working journalist, Sona has held editorial roles at People, TeenPeople, ABCNews.com, MSN, the Barnes & Noble Teen Blog (RIP), and, most recently, Parents.com, where she is senior editor of Trends and Features. She contributed to publications from the New York Times to TeenVogue. She is a former We Need Diverse Books board member, and co-founded CAKE Literary, a boutique book packager. Find her on the web talking about books, Bollywood movies, and chai.Follow Sona on Twitter, Instagram, & TikTok. Episode links: Desi Geek Girls patreon: http://www.patreon.com/desigeekgirls Preorder Spider-Man's Social Dilemma: https://www.littleshopofstories.com/book/9781368051699 Swapna's TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@swapna_krishna Far Out, Episode 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXh0DTP998wSwapna's WIRED column: https://www.wired.com/author/swapna-krishna/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jason McLott, MSN, CRNA developed a mix of medications for doing opioid-free anesthesia that came to be know as the McLott Mix. It's a combination of dexmedetomidine, lidocaine, ketamine and magnesium. Jason is clear that the McLott Mix helps achieve opioid-free anesthesia, not opioid-free analgesia, recognizing the role of opiates, if needed, in post-operative analgesia […]
Feeling like your tank is empty? You may be coping with change fatigue. Katherine Albert, DNP, FNP-BC, AOCNP, of University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, speaks to host Wendy Vogel, MSN, FNP, AOCNP, about how the pandemic has depleted our reserves and left us unprepared to deal with rapid changes in health care. Katherine and Wendy discuss strategies to refuel your tank, including early communication, team cohesion, and taking time to rest, reflect, and recover. Related Content:Change ManagementLeading change: Why transformation efforts fail https://hbr.org/1995/05/leading-change-why-transformation-efforts-fail-2Healthcare Leadership Lab https://healthcareleadershiplab.com/Change FatigueThe relationship among change fatigue, resilience, and job satisfaction of hospital staff nurses https://doi.org/10.1111/jnu.12373Change fatigue in health care professionals—an issue of workload or human factors engineering? https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jopan.2014.02.007Change fatigue, job satisfaction, and organizational commitment among nurses https://www.proquest.com/openview/09167b00934b43fc5a829fc9efb2d8b2/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750&diss=yPractice Adaptive ReserveChange implementation: The association of adaptive reserve and burnout among inpatient medicine physicians and nurses. https://doi.org/10.1080/13561820.2018.1451307 Burnout among primary care providers and staff: Evaluating the association with practice adaptive reserve and individual behaviors. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11606-020-06367-zSurge CapacityExploring the concept of surge capacity https://ojin.nursingworld.org/MainMenuCategories/ANAMarketplace/ANAPeriodicals/OJIN/TableofContents/Vol142009/No2May09/Articles-Previous-Topics/Surge-Capacity.htmlThe pandemic has depleted people's surge capacity. Here are ways to recharge.https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/kitchener-waterloo/jennifer-moss-happiness-column-surge-capacity-1.6202050
Youpi c'est l'été et en cette belle semaine de Juillet on vous a préparé une belle compil de news.Beaucoup de news chez Insta, Beyoncé sur Tiktok, nouvelles emojis en approche et nouveautés Facebook.Nouveautés sur les abonnements InstaOn entend parler d'abonnements payants sur quasi toutes les plateformes maintenant avec des promesses qui ne sont clairement pas à la hauteur.La Beta test des abonnements payants Instagram lancée en Janvier aux US sur un panel d'ambassadeurs promettait des lives session privées, des Stories réservées aux abonnés et des Badges d'abonnés.AUjourd'hui la plateforme vient étoffer l'offre avec de nouvelles fonctions lancées elles aussi en test :Des posts et des reels réservés aux abonnés payantsUn onglet exclusif sur le profil : un onglet orné d'un icône couronne apparaîtra sur le profil des créateurs qui proposent des abonnements et celui-ci donnera accès à un flux à part de contenus exclusifs.Des chats réservés aux abonnés : Des conversations, alimentées via Messenger qui pourront être créées directement à partir de la boîte de réception ou d'une Story et se terminer automatiquement après 24 heures. Les créateurs pourront ainsi choisir quand ils souhaitent se connecter avec leurs abonnés et accueillir jusqu'à 30 membres dans ces chatssourceInstagram notesJe suis tombé sur un article canadien qui disait « La nouvelle fonction Notes d'Instagram fait revivre les années MSN Messenger » alors autant te dire que j'ai cliqué direct. Très vite après la sortie de Twitter notes, Instagram emboîte le pas et met en test sa fonction note sur une poignée de comptes.LA fonctionnalité vous permet d'écrire une note, une recette, une pensée de 60 caractères dans votre compte Insta et celle-ci sera visible par vos amis ou amis proches seulement pendant 24h depuis la messagerie Instagram.Les notes apparaîtront comme des petites bulles, au dessus des messages. Côté design, cela ressemble aux réponses à un sticker question.Le + i sera possible d'interagir avec ces contenus, et donc de créer une nouvelle zone d'interaction !A noter que cet ajout d'Insta ressemble fortement aux statuts éphémères du célèbre MSN messenger.sourceBeyonce sur TikTokLe monde de la musique peut être tranquille, Beyoncé a débarqué sur Tiktok.A quelques semaines de la sortie de son nouvel album, Renaissance, Beyoncé vient de créer son compte tiktok. Pour faire les choses bien, l'artiste a mis à disposition des utilisateurs l'intégralité de son catalogue musical .Son dernier titre. #breakmysoul enflâmes les utilisateurs avec plus de 160 Millions de vues du hashtag.Dans la foulée, une compilation de vidéos reprenant Break my soul.En quelques jours, le compteur grimpe à 3,6M d'abonnes.sourceAmbazaLa news est sortie la semaine dernière et fera plaisir aux fans de feuilletons de l'été.Une école d'un nouveau genre est sur le point de voir le jour en France, ambaza, une école d'influenceurs.La baseline de l'école est simple : « Nous créons des influenceurs à succès”. Ça fait rêver. Une formation à 1200 euros qui promet une rémunération de 5000 euros par mois et 20.000 abonnés sur Instagram.En tout cas la vidéo plutôt controversée est devenue virale sur Twitter avec plus de 3 millions de vue.sourceSalut à toutes et à tous, se suis TDL et vous écoutez LSD.Pendant les vacances d'été, LSD passe en hebdomadaire.Alors que certains d'entre vous, se dorent la pilule au soleil on continue à vous abreuver en news Social Media. De l'actu bien fraîche à déguster à l'ombre entre 2 merguez et une petite partie de pétanque. ——Instagram teste une nouvelle fonctionnalité permettant de streamer depuis un PCLive Producer va permettre de lancer un live depuis un ordinateur via un logiciel de streaming tiers (OBS, Streamlabs, etc.). Et ça c'est une très bonne nouvelle, puisque cela va permettre de nettement augmenter le niveau de production des lives Instagram.Jusqu'à présent, il n'existait aucune option pour diffuser un live Instagram tourné et monté en multi caméras. On était sur un live on ne peut plus minimaliste. 1 caméra (celle de ton téléphone) et puis c'est tout ! Instagram va mettre à disposition une clé de streaming ce qui autorise des logiciels dédiés à la productuion et à la diffusion d'émission en live de steamer directement dans Instagram. Exactement comme avec Twitch ! Avec des inserts vidéos, plusieurs caméras (autre que votre mobile) des micros externes, ou des éléments graphiques… Ca va changer radicalement la donne du live Instagram et se présente ouvertement comme une future arme sur le sujet du live shoppingLe Live Producer n'est pas encore disponible pour tout le monde. Instagram a expliqué à TechCrunch que le nouvel outil n'était disponible que pour un petit groupe d'utilisateurs bêta.————Facebook envisage un retour aux pseudosEst-ce que tu te souviens de l'époque ou Facebook voulait des meetingfull interactions. L'époque de la chasse aux sorcières ou tous les comptes Facebook avec un pseudo ont été fermé. L'époque ou il ne faisait pas bon avoir plusieurs comptes Facebook…ET bien…Meta pourrait bientôt permettre aux utilisateurs de configurer plusieurs profils Facebook liés à un compte principalFacebook expérimente en ce moment, la possibilité de créer jusqu'à 5 profils distincts, tous liés à un seul compte principal.EN gros je peux avoir mon compte Thibault Tourvieille de Labrouhe, mais aussi 4 autres comptes avec pseudos pour interagir différemment sur la plateforme.Pourquoi ? Et bien Facebook veut faire revenir les gens. Les créateurs de contenu, les communautés… En libérant l'usage des pseudos et du multi compte elle multiplie ses chances d'y parvenir.On en a déjà parlé ici, Meta envisage de transformer le feed Facebook en « Discovery Engine ». En gros de ramener la logique de centre d'intérêts communautaires de TikTok et de reels au coeur de Facebook.Avec plusieurs profils pour une même personne je pourrai avoir un compte Facebook dédié à mes interactions familiales mais aussi un autre plus focus autour de différentes facettes de ma personnalité.————Est-ce que tu sais de quand date le premier emoji ?Et bien le tout premier smiley a été utilisé il y a plus de 140 ans. En 1881, dans un numéro du magazine américain Puck.Incroyable ! Au fur et à mesure des années, les emojis se sont inscrits dans notre langage courant sur le web. Et à partir de 2010, les emojis sont intégrés officiellement dans le langage standard Unicode.Et hier c'était justement la journée mondiale des EMojisVisibrain, a classé les emojis en fonction de leur popularité et nous propose un classement des emojis les plus utilisés sur Twitter France depuis Janvier 2022.Visage larmoyant
Today's guest is Craig Hawtin-Butcher from BHA Media A Kiwi who grew up in Hong Kong and London, now based in Sydney with family, Craig has launched, relaunched, contributed, commissioned, edited and produced content for some of the world's best-known publications and brands, including the likes of GQ.com, Esquire, The Guardian, The Sunday Times Travel Magazine, MSN, Mondelez, Heineken and Jaguar Land Rover. He has hands-on experience leading teams and freelance journalists, production and editor talent along with creating and enacting global editorial visions. Craig has led successful new business pitches for accounts in excess of AU$3.6 billion and now as Managing Director of BHA Media, a subsidiary of Australia's leading B2B media business, publishing some of the leading titles in Beauty, Hair and Aesthetics, such as Professional Beauty, Retail Beauty, INSTYLE and SPA+CLINIC. He brings a wealth of knowledge and over 15 years of experience across print, digital, social and broadcast spanning both commercially-minded branded content and straight editorial. Here to give us an insight into the future of print media for the Beauty Industry from BHA Media, today we welcome Craig Hawtin-Butcher. This episode was brought to you by The Aesthetic and Beauty Industry Council. Beaute by ABIC Podcast is an independent podcast that operates with the support of our listeners (that's you!) So if you would like to support the show, we would very much appreciate that. Hit ‘subscribe' on Apple Podcasts or ‘follow' on Spotify, and leave a review if you're feeling especially generous and please follow us @aestheticbeautycouncil --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beaute-industrie/message
“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.
Follow @TexasNursesAssn Welcome to season two of #TexasNursesPod! In season one, our policy episodes focused on issues that matter to nurses with nurse leaders, such as nursing shortages and workplace violence. This year we're back with new hosts, new topics, and awesome guests. In the Nursing, Politics and Policy finale, Elizabeth Clark talks to Dr. Lolly Lockhart, one of our recently honored Leaders and Legends of Texas Nursing! A career-long member of TNA, some of Dr. Lockhart's positions within the association include serving on the TNA Regulatory Committee and Culture of Safety Committee; being an originator of the TNA Nurses in Office program; working with TNA under an AHEC grant to implement the TNA Nurse Friendly program; and, for a brief period, working at TNA as the Assistant Editor of the Texas Nurses Bulletin. She has also been a vital part of Texas nursing education, including being a key part in the establishment of Texas State's St. David's School of Nursing. She considers her work with TNA's Nurse Practice Act, the first initiative by the organization to hire a lobbyist to help with legislation and get others to lobby on behalf of nurses, to be one of her favorite TNA accomplishments, and remains politically involved. This episode was originally created by TNA Communications Committee member Elizabeth Clark, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC in partial completion of her DNP from Yale University. Stream now, and stay tuned for more! Instagram Facebook Website
“Imagine that you are the medical director of a large (>150 bed) nursing home. Two-thirds of the patients in the home now have COVID-19. Seventeen of your patients are dead. The other physicians who previously saw patients in the nursing home are no longer coming to your facility because you have COVID positive patients. You're short on gowns and facemasks. You're short on nurses and nurse aids so now you have to help deliver meals.” This was the opening paragraph that I wrote in March of 2020 when introducing a podcast we did with Dr. Jim Wright, the medical director at Canterbury Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center in suburban Richmond. That was his literally his life during those spring months of 2020 and it scared the hell out of me. Lucky, Jim and many others like him were willing to come on to our podcast those first several months of the pandemic and share their experiences and lessons learned caring for COVID positive patients and their family members. On today's podcast, we look back to those early months of the pandemic and look forward to the future. We invited Jim back with us along with Darrell Owens, DNP, MSN, who is the head of palliative care for the University of Washington's Northwest campus. For those who didn't listen to our podcast with Darrell, when most of us were still trying to figure out what COVID was, he created an on call 24/7 palliative care service to have goals of care conversations with elderly patients in the emergency department under investigation for COVID, and also established an admitting inpatient palliative care service at his hospital for patients on exclusively comfort measures. What I loved about this March 2020 podcast was that Darrell pushed us to think differently: “Expect that it's not business as usual. Very first thing, you're going to have to do things differently, so be open to that. Be totally open-minded. Now the old, “We're not an admitting service or we don't do that and we don't do this,” don't start with what you don't do. Start with what you can do, what's your capacity. So take a walk down memory lane with us and hear from both Darrell and Jim where they think we are going.
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.
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 Mark Cifarelli, PT, a physical therapist and director of clinical content development for Legacy Healthcare Services discuss key considerations for developing fall prevention care plans.
This week on the podcast, Robert Malaer joins Tina to discuss the case of Brian Rosenfeld, a serial killer nurse in Florida who admitted to murdering over twenty patients. The Good Nurse segment features Robert, a legal nurse consultant. He shares his story of how his nursing career evolved from championing for justice at the bedside to the courtroom. Got FOMO? Fear not! Don't miss an episode of Good Nurse Bad Nurse! Subscribe on your favorite podcast platform! Please support our podcast by becoming a patron, just visit https://goodnursebadnurse.com/ to learn more! Feeling disconnected? Check out our socials and follow us on Facebook and Instagram. Facebook: Good Nurse Bad Nurse Podcast Instagram: @goodnursebadnurse Check out our sponsors below! Thank you to Trusted Health for sponsoring this episode. Please go to https://www.trustedhealth.com/gnbn and fill out a profile to help support our podcast and see what opportunities are out there for you! Thank you to our sponsor Samuel Merritt University! If you're interested in getting more information on their MSN and DNP programs and scholarships visit them at fnp.samuelmerritt.edu and show them how much you appreciate them for sponsoring our podcast! Thank you to our sponsor CBD Stat! If you use CBD oils, please try CBD Stat and get 30% off high-quality CBD available at http://www.cbdstat.care/goodnursebadnurse And finally, thank you to our sponsor Eko! Please visit them at https://ekohealth.com and use promo code GNBN for $20 off your purchase of the new Littmann Cardiology IV stethoscope with Eko technology! Sources: https://www.oxygen.com/license-to-kill/crime-news/nurse-brian-rosenfeld-guilty-nursing-home-murders https://serialdispatches.com/rosenfeld-brian-kevin/ https://www.tampabay.com/archive/1991/05/02/portrait-of-a-troubled-man/
Jason McLott, MSN, CRNA developed a mix of medications for doing opioid-free anesthesia that came to be know as the McLott Mix. It's a combination of dexmedetomidine, lidocaine, ketamine and magnesium. In this episode, Mr McLott himself unpacks the story of the mix's development, efficacy and principles for opioid-free anesthesia. He's clear that this mix […]
Feel like you're constantly falling behind with your budget? Everything looks great on paper but things keep popping up and ruining the plan you made? You really want to get organised and on top of things but it just isn't working month after month? You aren't the only one. There are so many who ask the same question and have a similar problem. Join me in today's episode where I answer a question that was submitted about what you can do to stick to your budget and get back on track when you feel like you're constantly falling behind. Hosting Today: Hey, I'm Ashley Patrick, a personal finance expert and founder of Budgets Made Easy. I help busy moms create systems to save money and pay off debt so they can reach their big dreams faster and easier. I was able to pay off $45,000 in just 17 months including $25,000 in student loans in just 10 months. I'm a Master Financial Coach and have a bachelor's degree in psychology and will help you get to the root of your money problems. Since my journey started I have been featured on Fox Business, Yahoo! Finance, Food Network, USA TODAY, MSN, CNBC, NerdWallet, and many others. “Just imagine what you could do in life if you didn't have so many bills. If you just had to pay your rent or mortgage, what could you do with all that extra money that right now you're sending to debt. Dream big because you are worth so much more, you are capable of so much more.” Ashley Patrick Timestamps 00:47 - Question of the week 03:01 - Taking advantage of free resources when homeschooling 04:16 - Figure out what's setting you behind 06:31 - Make it difficult to access the money 09:31 - Accountability and implementation 12:55 - Planning your finances for the rest of the year Do you need time, space and accountability to take action on the things you KNOW you should be doing? Budgeting so you can actually pay off debt, save money, make a meal plan and all the things that keep pushing their way down your to-do list. Would you thrive in a supportive community of other busy moms who get it and are also working to achieve similar financial goals? If that's a YES, I invite you to sign up for the Money Success Coaching Group at budgetsmadeeasy.com/msc. There is a flash sale running from July 14th, 2022 until July 17th, 2022 at 11:59 PM Eastern time. Take action to change your finances and what the rest of your year looks like. Doors will open again in October, so if you're past waiting for making the changes you'd like, join us! Resources and Links Mentioned: * Budget Starter Kit - budgetsmadeeasy.com/start * Budgeting Workshop - budgetsmadeeasy.com/workshop * Money Success Coaching Group - budgetsmadeeasy.com/msc Connect with Ashley: * IG: www.instagram.com/budgetsmadeeasy
“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.
Trigger Warning: This episode of Good Nurse Bad Nurse contains material of a sensitive nature (child abuse, abuse, self-harm) that may not be suitable for some listeners. Discretion is advised. On this week's episode, Tina is joined by long-time friend and medical coder, Tiffany. Together they discuss the case of Melissa Lucio, the first woman of Hispanic descent to be sentenced to death in Texas, and the misleading testimony of the medical examiner that lead to her conviction. The Good Nurse segment centers on the story of nurse and country music artist Naomi Judd. Sources: https://innocenceproject.org/melissa-lucio-9-facts-innocent-woman-facing-execution/ https://www.texastribune.org/2022/04/25/melissa-lucio-execution-texas/ Got FOMO? Fear not! Don't miss an episode of Good Nurse Bad Nurse! Subscribe on your favorite podcast platform! Please support our podcast by becoming a patron, just visit https://goodnursebadnurse.com/ to learn more! Feeling disconnected? Check out our socials and follow us on Facebook and Instagram. Facebook: Good Nurse Bad Nurse Podcast Instagram: @goodnursebadnurse Check out our sponsors below! Thank you to our new sponsor HCA Healthcare! If you're a newly graduating nurse, please visit them at https://careers.hcahealthcare.com/pages/hca-healthcare-careers-for-new-graduate-nurses to learn about their nurse residency program! Thank you to Trusted Health for sponsoring this episode. Please go to https://www.trustedhealth.com/gnbn and fill out a profile to help support our podcast and see what opportunities are out there for you! Thank you to our sponsor Samuel Merritt University! If you're interested in getting more information on their MSN and DNP programs and scholarships visit them at fnp.samuelmerritt.edu and show them how much you appreciate them for sponsoring our podcast! Thank you to our sponsor CBD Stat! If you use CBD oils, please try CBD Stat and get 30% off high-quality CBD available at http://www.cbdstat.care/goodnursebadnurse And finally, thank you to our sponsor Eko! Please visit them at https://ekohealth.com and use promo code GNBN for $20 off your purchase of the new Littmann Cardiology IV stethoscope with Eko technology!
Alissa, Caroline, and Chelsea devote an entire episode to blood and patient bleeding as they share their own stories and insights. CO-HOSTS Alissa Brown, BSN, MSN, RN 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! Caroline Ashman, MSN, RN, CMSRN was born and raised in England. She had two dreams in life – to become a nurse and live in the United States. She accomplished the first task in 1985 and then in 1991, immigrated to America. She currently serves as a Division Director for Medical-Surgical Education for HCA. She has also been afforded the wonderful opportunity to teach Med Surg Review Courses across the United States and in Europe for AMSN. Collecting air miles and sharing stores along the way, she is thrilled to join the Podcast team and recognize that the specialty of medical surgical nursing is alive and well. Caroline lives with her husband Jimmy, in Tampa, FL and has two grown daughters, Jennifer & Emily. Chelsea Parker RN, BSN, CMSRN was born and raised inNewport 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.
The nursing profession has always been the backbone of the healthcare system but it's time to start thinking bigger. The talent and determination found in nurses can shape the future of healthcare and it begins through innovation and entrepreneurship. Rebecca Love, RN, BS, MSN, FIEL, is leading that charge by creating a program for nurses to pursue innovation and help lead the profession forward. Join us for a wonderful conversation that we believe will motivate and inspire. Learn more about SONSIEL: https://sonsiel.org/ Visit us online: http://beyondthemaskpodcast.com To learn more about the Emma Kate fundraiser event: https://halosofthestcroixvalley.com/ Get the CE certificate here: https://beyondthemaskpodcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Beyond-the-Mask-CE-Cert-FILLABLE.pdf Today's Key Topics: 5:00 – Welcome in Rebecca 8:31 – Entrepreneur at heart 11:06 – Nurses as innovators 14:46 – Launching the program 19:10 – The curriculum 21:04 – Society of Nurse Scientists Innovators Entrepreneurs &Leaders 22:23 – Giving her Ted Talk 26:36 – The talents of nurses 29:07 – Challenges she's faced 38:39 – Empowerment 40:18 – Why you should be interested
On this episode, we talked about: Be the holder of the container Different types of birthing Having a conscious conception The hormone of labor and bonding Getting clarity on what I desire Co-creating with another person's destiny Trusting your feminine energy You get what you expect Cleaning out the toxins Being mindful and making good choices "Surrendering into the trust, and beauty and spectacularness of when the feminine energy allows herself to surrender" "We get to surrender and get clear on what we ideally want our birth to be" "If the right person it's in the room and the wrong person it's out of the room, it's smooth and easy" About Maraya: Maraya Brown is a Yale and Functional Medicine Trained CNM, MSN. She helps ambitious women feel turned on by their life, their lover and themselves. She is a mom, wife and CEO who left her Fortune 50 Corporate Career to serve women. Maraya midwives women through chapters of change in the areas of energy, hormones, libido and confidence. She has a deep appreciation and respect for food as medicine and mindset matter. Her work online brings her 22 years of experience supporting women together in one place to co-create deep transformation, energy and passion. Maraya has managed the Women's Health in Federally Funded clinics, as well as Functional Medicine private practices since 2007 and, has been a part of international health endeavors in Nicaragua, Ghana and Haiti. Today, she works online as a women's health and empowerment expert. She has caught hundreds of babies and now supports women around the world online. She is the creator and CEO of the Women's Vibrancy Code and Beyond The Red Tent, and has owned a nutrition franchise since 2007. She is a mom of three children 9 years old and younger, and a wife to an amazing man with heart.
Every time I come back from vacation, I am typically up 5+ pounds. In today's episode of Weight Loss for Women Over 40, you will find out how I handle the vacation weight gain and what specifically I do to drop those 5+ pounds in just a few days! Lose It For the Last Time Group Program is OPEN! Lifetime Access! Join this week and grab the 30-Days To A Flatter Stomach BONUS! https://www.nicolesimonin.com/group Check out my new tv show! "Healthy Travel with Nicole" is airing soon! https://www.healthytravelwithnicole.com/ For behind the scenes and where we are going....Follow us on FB htps://www.facebook.com/HealthyTravelwithNicole IG https://www.instagram.com/healthytravelwithnicole/ NICOLE SIMONIN is a Health Coach, Personal Trainer, Behavior Coach, podcast host of “Weight Loss for Women Over 40”, tv host of “Healthy Travel with Nicole”, author of “The No Fuss, No Mess Shape It Up Cookbook” former Physical Therapist Assistant and former professional ballet dancer. Nicole has been featured in Rachael Ray in Season, Bicycling Magazine, Real Simple and MSN. Learn more at NicoleSimonin.com