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Japanese-born Akiyo Soyama works as a nurse in a public hospital in South Australia. For more than three years now, Akiyo has been living in a caravan. - 南オーストラリア州でキャラバンに住みながら看護師をしている早山明葉さん。日本ではアウトドアと無縁だった早山さんが、オーストラリアでキャラバン生活を始めて３年以上経つとのことです。
Welcome to the Black Nurses Week Conference™ podcast series where we chat with speakers of the first annual Black Nurses Week Conference.Today, Marsha will be speaking with Naseema McElroy, FNP, RN. Show notes and what you'll hear in this episode:In this episode, Naseema shares how she went from healthcare administration to deciding to pursue her nursing degree.Naseema shares her unexpected journey to creating a business around teaching others about paying down debt and finances.Naseema talks about the reasons behind how she lost $80,000-$110,000 by not spending just $500 on an opportunity.Interested in staring your financial freedom journey? Check out Naseema's Intentional Finance 101 courses here.Get your tips on money management and slaying debt in Naseema's book, Smart Money.Love podcasts? Listen to Nurses on Fire, Naseema's podcast that helps nurses learn about money and building generational wealth.Work with Naseema at Lume Bank.Meet Naseema at the Black Nurses Week Conference in Washington, DC - July 2022. Want to be a guest on the podcast? Take 1 minute to apply here.Bio - Naseema McElroy, FNP, RNNaseema is a published author and the founder of Financially Intentional, a platform about personal finance and living life intentionally. She is also the Community Lead at a financial technology company, Lume Bank, which provides better banking services for nurses. Naseema discusses how taking control of her finances has enabled her to overcome bankruptcy, divorce, and break the cycle of living paycheck to paycheck. She shares her lessons along her path to help others benefit from the freedoms of financial independence. Outside of encouraging people to get their financial act together, Naseema is a mother, Labor & Delivery Nurse and Community Lead at a bank for nurses. Though making six figures for years, she struggled with money. Finally realizing she couldn't out-earn her financial ignorance, she knew she had to make some changes. By shifting her mindset around money, being consistent and intentional, She has paid off $1 million in debt and grew a six figure net worth in three years without living in deprivation.
Lately we've been trying to bring you more stories about people who are pursuing their passions and finding joy right now. A few months ago, KQED culture reporter Chloe Veltman went out with friends to a restaurant in the Sonoma County town of Guerneville. There was a cover band playing called Suzi's Last Resort. The group's leader started her showbiz career when she was pushing forty and how, at nearly eighty, she's still at it. Plus...Turning 21 is a big deal! But for 200,000 young people, turning 21 catapults them into a bizarre legal limbo. That's what happened to Eti Sinha, and her twin sister, Eva. The Sinha sisters grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. But as they got older, they discovered their right to stay there was conditional, temporary. That's because they've aged out of their parents' family immigration application. What do you do when circumstances beyond your control threaten to force you out of the only place you've ever called home? KQED's Rachael Myrow of our Silicon Valley Desk tells us how Eti and Eva not only have managed to stay in the US, but help others do the same.
It's Casual Friday! Sam and Emma host Alex Pareene, Contributing Editor at the New Republic and proprietor of the AP newsletter on Substack, to round up the week in news. Alex, Emma, and Sam begin with Hannity reassuring his audience that nothing will change with the Roe v. Wade decision, because, of course, the radical left is just hysterical, and the irony of this perspective when the GOP (and Manchin) were just ranting about any legislative codification actually creating a massive imbalance in… keeping the right to abortion the same. This brings them to a problem being faced by both of the party institutions, as now that the fight against Roe has suddenly been won, nobody has a coherent plan for what to do next. Looking to the Democratic leadership, they then dive into their obsession with institutionalism, particularly when it comes to the Senate and Supreme Court, and how it blinds them from the reality that's unfolding before their eyes, as seen with Nancy Pelosi's obsession with a “strong Republican party” and endorsing anti-choice democrats, as if a majority control with a party that doesn't align on fundamental rights could achieve anything when it came to those fundamental rights. Expanding on this, they explore the countless left-wing policies that somehow are dealbreakers for a Pelosi endorsement, and how the focus on taking down progressives in primaries is a complete waste with an impending midterm where the Democrats have no message and no plan. They wrap up the interview by discussing the out-of-touch nature of the politics of Democratic leadership, Biden's transactional nature as President, and Sam and Emma touch on stoppages in both COVID and Ukraine support, Elon's falling stocks, and the GOP's refusal to look at child poverty as a genuine economic issue. And in the Fun Half: Sam and Emma discuss the Republican establishment running away from discussions on Roe v. Wade implications, and also from discussions on Rick Scott's platform, and also discussions on their OWN platform, Oochie Wally compares hosting a podcast to running World of Warcraft, Kilmeade pressures Mark Esper on why he would discuss Trump's plans to bomb Mexico, and Ryan from TN discusses the real horrors of the Roe decision's impact on miscarriages. Joe Rogan asks us to imagine gay people facing homophobia, because that's what's happening to straight kids RIGHT NOW. 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“Your medication is no longer covered” are the words no patient wants to hear. Yet this is a common occurrence for patients with rare diseases who are on private health insurance plans. In an effort for plans to save money, they're dropping coverage for rare disease treatments and sending patients to patient assistance funds. But once those funds are maxed out, it can leave patients on the hook for enormous copays. Guest Randi Clites of the Little Hercules Foundation shares how her son's hemophilia treatment was dropped unexpectedly from their plan. Now, she's on the hook for a $21,000 bill.Kelly Maynard, Founder and President of the Little Hercules Foundation, also joins the show to share how private plans are able to get away with this, and policy solutions that can close the loophole and protect patient coverage for rare disease treatments. Terry Wilcox, Executive Director, Patients RisingDr. Robert Goldberg, “Dr. Bob,” Co-Founder and Vice President of the Center for Medicine in the Public InterestKate Pecora, Field CorrespondentGuests: Kelly Maynard, President of the Little Hercules FoundationRandi Clites, Rare Disease Policy Director of the Little Hercules FoundationAngela Deeds, Patient Advocate Links: Trends of Prescription Drug Manufacturer Rebates in Commercial Health Insurance Plans, 2015-2019Hospitals Look to Raise Treatment Costs as Nurses' Salaries Increase - WSJLittle Hercules FoundationNeed help?The successful patient is one who can get what they need when they need it. We all know insurance slows us down, so why not take matters into your own hands? Our Navigator is an online tool that allows you to search a massive network of health-related resources using your zip code so you get local results. Get proactive and become a more successful patient right now at PatientsRisingConcierge.orgHave a question or comment about the show, or want to suggest a show topic or share your story as a patient correspondent?Drop us a line: email@example.comThe views and opinions expressed herein are those of the guest(s)/ author(s) and do not reflect the official policy or position of Patients Rising.
We speak to Kenyan nurse, Anna Qabale Duba, who has just won the Aster Guardians Global Nursing Award. Religious leaders in Nigeria have called for calm and tolerance after a woman in Sokoto was killed over alleged blasphemy. And the Tanzanian play ‘Juliana' exploring the early years of the HIV pandemic.
D.C.'s Police Chief is sharing the details of the investigation so far into Raymond Spencer, the man who opened fire from his apartment in Van Ness three weeks ago, injuring four people before killing himself. He shares what they've learned about Spencer since the shooting. And nursing has long been a difficult profession, but amid a staffing shortage, nurses rallied in downtown D.C. to call attention to the risk they take on a daily basis. On this nursing week, we talk to a Fairfax County nurse about the challenges she faces each day, and we get reaction from her hospital's management about how it is working to support its healthcare workers.
On episode 368 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews Thelma King Thiel, RN, popularly known as "The Liver Lady". Thelma's crusade against liver disease began five decades ago when she lost her infant son Dean to a rare and fatal liver disease. She has been a tireless advocate for promoting liver education and the prevention of liver disease for over half a century. 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. Show notes NurseKeith.com Facebook.com/NurseKeithCoaching Twitter.com/nursekeith Instagram LinkedIn
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Floating nurses are often reassigned from their regular assignments to short-staffed areas. Although this is viewed as a cost-effective approach, several legal and ethical dilemmas are considered in this practice. In some cases, being a floating nurse has become a problem, but the goal is to provide patient care. While many nurses cannot avoid being floated, nurse managers ensure adequate staffing in each shift. So how can you survive as a float nurse? Don't take it as a bad start if you find yourself assigned as a float nurse on your shift. The truth is, being a floating nurse is an opportunity to learn. If you are someone designated as a floating nurse today, this episode is for you. Join us as we talk about constructive tips on surviving your shift as a float nurse. So grab your favorite beverage and join us in another insightful episode with your favorite, Cup of Nurses! ☕☕ Cup of Nurses: https://fanlink.to/CONsite Frontline Warriors: https://fanlink.to/FWsite Apple https://fanlink.to/Applepodcast Spotify https://fanlink.to/Spotifypodcast Cup of Nurses Store https://fanlink.to/CONshop Frontline Warriors store https://fanlink.to/FWshop Interested in Travel Nursing? https://fanlink.to/TravelNurseNow Free Travel Nursing Guide https://fanlink.to/Travelnursingchecklist Nclex Guide https://fanlink.to/NCLEXguide Cup of Nurses FB Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/cupofnurses Frontline Warriors FB group https://fanlink.to/FWFBgroup
ONS member Roberta Kaplow, RN, PhD, CCRN, AOCNS®, clinical nurse specialist at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, GA, and member of the Metro Atlanta ONS Chapter, talks with Stephanie Jardine, BSN, RN, oncology clinical specialist at ONS, about the latest nursing management and prevention strategies for malignant pleural effusion. This episode is a part of a series about oncologic emergencies; the previous episodes are linked in the episode notes. You can also earn free NCPD contact hours by completing the evaluation linked in the episode notes. 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 May 13, 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. Previous Oncology Nursing Podcast episodes on oncologic emergencies ONS book: Understanding and Managing Oncologic Emergencies: A Resource for Nurses (third edition) Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing articles about malignant pleural effusion American Thoracic Society's malignant pleural effusion patient education sheet Pleural catheter patient education video (from manufacturer) Pleural catheter provider information (from manufacturer) The podcast conversations represent the guest's ideas and opinions and not necessarily those of ONS. Mention of specific products and opinions related to those products does not indicate endorsement by ONS. 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.
Welcome back to another episode of the Rainmaker Family Show! Earlier this year, we worked ahead as much as we could in our business and recorded a few episodes before the birth of our second son. Now that baby Oliver is here, we are back in the studio and recording new episodes! If you have kids of your own, you know how quickly things can change. That's why we wanted to take a couple of episodes and give you some life updates! If you are new here and are looking for money-making and passive income tips, feel free to skip this episode and dive into other shows like: 20. First Steps To Unlocking Time Freedom For Your Family 47. Bradley Sutton | How I Went From Sleeping in a Car To Making My First Dollar Online (and how you can too) 33: How To Create Abundant Money Miracles on Facebook Marketplace Through Dropshipping with Randen Kovacevic 10. Creative Cash Creation - 5 Practical Ways To Create Wealth NOW 51. Nathan Hirsch | How He Turned $5000 into 12 Million & The Scaling Systems That Positioned His Business To Sell And more!!! If you missed last week, we shared the fantastic story of Oliver Wave's birth. If you missed it, go check that one out first! It will give you more context and behind-the-scenes info about our pregnancy, delivery, and everything leading up to today's story. Only three short weeks after Ollie was born, It all started when Chelsey noticed Ollie looked a little "blue," so we took him to urgent care. The Doctor came in and recommended we get him monitored at the hospital as soon as possible. From there, things started to move fast. The Doctors and Nurses started poking him and hooking him up to stuff. He was a champ the whole time, but for us, it was hard to watch. What we thought was not very serious turned very serious quickly. Our baby's breaths began to get labored, and every once in a while, you would notice he would totally stop. Ten seconds for newborns is normal, but he'd go 20 or 30 seconds sometimes…while we all would try to wake him. This is what led the Doctor to decide that he needed to be airlifted to a hospital in Sacramento. Chelsey gets in an ambulance to head to the airport, and Stephen gets in the car and speeds the hour and a half drive to the hospital while she flies overhead. Hit play to hear what happens next! It was a wild 3-day roller coaster, but we were super thankful we trusted Chelsey's mamma's intuition and took Oliver in when we did. Disclaimer: Ollie is totally happy and healthy now, and we are all taking proactive steps towards healing. We try to be as open and honest about our journey as possible. Thanks for letting us do life with you and catch you up on a few stories! In the next episode, we will be talking with our friend Mike who can help you leverage your brand and reach the right people! In the meantime, check out the links below for more free resources! More Of What We Talk About: Trusting your intuition as a parent Advocating for your kids The power of prayer in hard times Appreciation to everyone who reached out Tips for healing from traumatic events Positive affirmations and declarations over Ollie Why we love living life with you Learning how to leave the pain behind A few of the lessons we learned And Much More! Connect with us: The Rainmaker Challenge: https://rainmakerchallenges.com/join ► Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/33EdgBs ► Website: therainmakerfamily.com ► Facebook: www.facebook.com/diazfamilylegacy ► Instagram: instagram.com/chels_diaz instagram.com/steezdiaz instagram.com/therainmakerfamily ► Get Free Stuff On Amazon: stephensfreestuff.com/sfs Episode: minute by minute 00:36 The story of baby Ollie's hospital scare 02:54 When Chelsey knew something wasn't right 08:32 How things started to escalate quickly 19:38 When Ollie got airlifted to a new hospital 26:42 How we used intentional prayer to see breakthrough 29:44 When things began to change for the better 33:13 How Chelsey processed traumatic moments 37:26 Western vs. Eastern Medical Care: you can have the best of both worlds 39:33 Being proactive about healing wounds
Doctors, unions and recruitment firms are getting behind the call for nurses to be part of the new fast track for residency. Migrant nurses must be in the country for two years, before they can apply for residency. However the aged care sector, which is losing nearly half its staff each year to hospitals or overseas, is bitterly disappointed the government didn't bond overseas nurses to one employer. Ruth Hill reports.
Have you ever had to pivot but felt stuck? Want to know how you can readjust and go forward? Then this is the episode for you.This week I sit down with David Nurse. He is a NBA coach, Keynote Speaker, and Best Selling Author. This episode is a MUST LISTEN he brings the
This week's Thank You Thursday on Chicago's Afternoon News, WGN Radio listeners give a special thanks to nurses, because they perform the best when we are at our worst. Thank You Thursday is sponsored by McDonalds of Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana. Follow Your Favorite Chicago’s Afternoon News Personalities on Twitter:Follow @LisaDentSpeaksFollow @SteveBertrand Follow @kpowell720 Follow @maryvandeveldeFollow @LaurenLapka
TODAY's Checklist – Psychiatrist Dr. Samantha Boardman shares tips on how to find a therapist. Plus, a cancer survivor who is now a nurse reunites with the woman who cared for her 15 years after their first time meeting. Plus, Shop All Day's Makho Ndlovu shares some hidden gems for your house.
International Nurses Day is an important opportunity to check the pulse of nurses around the world, especially in 2022. Nurses have given their all in the response to pandemics, natural disasters, and in war zones, in leading mass COVID-19 testing and vaccination efforts, and in completely redesigning how and where care is delivered. The value of nurses has never been more clear. Nor could it be any clearer that not enough is being done to protect nurses and other health workers, tragically underscored by the more than 180,000 health worker deaths due to COVID-19 and the alarming increase of mental health conditions and concerns nurses report. COVID-19 has altered many nurses' career plans – over the past two years, McKinsey & Company has found that worldwide, nurses consistently, and increasingly, report planning to leave the workforce at higher rates compared with the past decade. Those departures have profound implications for the health of citizens and systems everywhere. Indeed, the greatest threat to global health is the workforce shortage. As part of our Meeting of Minds series, we listen in as four McKinsey partners from their Healthcare Systems & Services practice discuss the results of a McKinsey & Company survey of frontline nurses across six countries including Brazil, France, Japan, Singapore, the United Kingdom, and the United States. In this conversation we hear Gretchen Berlin, RN, Thomas London, MBA, Robin Roark, MD, MBA, and Senthu Arumugam, MBA explore the survey's findings of why nurses are considering leaving their roles, what energizes them to keep going, and how nurses around the world are eager to innovate and deliver care in different and better ways to solve what has become a consequential global problem. Email us at email@example.com.
Rest homes have joined the avalanche of disapproval over the Government's decision to leave immigrant nurses off the new fast-tracked pathway to residence. Unlike doctors they have to work here for two years before applying. The Health and Immigration Ministers both say the move is to help the aged care sector retain staff who are more likely to leave for better paying jobs once they get residence. But some rest homes have told RNZ that's not what they want or asked for. Rosie Gordon reports.
The family of the Queens mom-of-four who was crushed to death between two parked cars in a hit-and-run crash on Mother's Day is trying to send her body to her native Nigeria for a burial, her niece told The Post. Florence Ngwu, 49 — who died after she sustained horrific injuries when an out-of-control stolen truck slammed into a car outside of her home — is set to be laid to rest next month in a funeral in her birthplace of Enugu, Nigeria, her niece, 29-year-old Nnenna B., said Thursday. Nnenna launched an online fundraiser Wednesday, seeking to collect between $35,000 and $50,000 to cover the family's expenses associated with shipping her aunt's body back to her home country, --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leah-gordone/support
A FreshRN VIP asked a question Kati wanted to share with podcast listeners. The VIP currently works in an ICU as a CNA, and curious if it would be wise to work there as a new grad. Listen for Kati's perspective and some Q&A from her Instagram followers. To follow Kati on Instagram, . To sign-up as a VIP, . Music: "Keep My Cool" by Benj Heard.
Guest: On international Nurse Day, Hester Klopper draws attention to the fact that The Covid-19 pandemic has laid bare the fault lines in nursing — a critical shortage of nursing staff, a low number of nurses with degree qualifications, too few nurses with advanced degrees such as intensive care specialists, and too few nursing academics for training and research. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Darnell Nurse has been handed a one game suspension after headbutting Phillip Danault in game 5. With the LA Kings leading 3-2 in the series this may be a costly mistake by the Oilers number one defenseman. Carolina Hurricanes and LA Kings are the teams Steele and Flip are looking at for DFS selections, leaving the Wild vs Blues matchup for Big Time Bets. Thanks for making Locked On Fantasy Hockey your 1st listen, every day. We are free and available on all platforms and make sure to subscribe and follow us for the latest episodes everyday! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline..net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NHLNETWORK. Shady Rays EXCLUSIVELY FOR OUR LISTENERS, HEAD TO SHADYRAYS.COM AND USE CODE LOCKEDON TO GET FIFTY PERCENT OFF TWO OR MORE PAIRS OF POLARIZED SUNGLASSES. Twitter handles: Srodin_77 Flips_Picks #NHL #Hockey #FantasyHockey #Goalie #Goalies #Draft #Fantasy #Picks #Value #Forwards #Defenseman #Waivers #FreeAgent #Add #Trade #Trades #DynastyLeague #AllStar #injury #injuries Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Support The Daily Gardener Buy Me A Coffee Connect for FREE! The Friday Newsletter | Daily Gardener Community Historical Events 1735 Birth of Charles-Joseph Lamoral, French Field Marshal, writer, and member of the princely family of Ligne ("Leen-ya"). Charles once wrote, I should like to inflame the whole world with my taste for gardening. There is no virtue that I would not attribute to the man who lives to project and execute gardens. 1812 Birth of Edward Lear, English artist, musician, and writer. Edward is remembered for his literary nonsense in poetry and prose. He once wrote, As for myself, I am sitting up today for the first time - partly dressed - [something] the cucumber said when oil and vinegar were poured over him, salt & pepper being omitted. Edward also popularized the limerick. Here's an Edward Lear limerick for gardeners. There was an old person so silly, He poked his head into a lily; But six bees who lived there, filled him full of despair, For they stung that old person so silly. 1820 Birth of Florence Nightingale (books about this person), English social reformer, statistician, and founder of modern nursing. Florence earned the moniker "The Lady with the Lamp" during the Crimean War because she would make her rounds to visit wounded soldiers with a lamp during the night. The American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow used the term in his poem Santa Filomena, which he wrote in honor of Florence's work in Scutari Hospital. Florence was named after Florence, Italy - the city where she was born. As a young girl, she and her sister had their garden to plant and tend. When Florence was 13, she collected flowers with a 77-year-old botanist named Margaret Stovin. Together they gathered and pressed over 100 different species of plants. This charming story was featured in a 2008 book by Richard Mendelsohn. Today, Florence and Margaret's flowers are housed at the Natural History Museum in London. As an adult, Florence wrote, Poetry and imagination begin life. A child will fall on its knees on the gravel walk at the sight of a pink hawthorn in full flower, when it is by itself, to praise God for it. As a nurse, Florence believed flowers helped with the morale and recovery of her patients. And personally, the foxglove was her favorite flower. And Florence received a lovely bouquet every week from William Rathbone, the man who founded the Queen Victoria Jubilee Institute for Nurses. In 2020, one of the anticipated gardens was dedicated to Florence during the pandemic. The year 2020 marked the 200th Anniversary of her birth, and the garden was to be called The Florence Nightingale Garden - A Celebration of Modern Day Nursing. Instead, the garden debuted at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2021. The garden featured “Images from Florence Nightingale's pressed flower collection and echoes of her handwriting … on… the timber walls.” Today Florence is remembered in the Florence Nightingale Museum in London, which celebrates the life and work of the best-known figure in nursing history. She is also honored with the Florence Nightingale rose — a pretty pale pink fragrant rose. 1856 Birth of Andreas Franz Wilhelm Schimper, German botanist and phytogeographer Andreas was a significant player in the early days of plant ecology. In 1901, his work was cut short due to his untimely death at 45 after contracting Malaria in Cameroon. Andreas coined the terms tropical rainforest and sclerophyll and is honored in many species names. Grow That Garden Library™ Book Recommendation P. Allen Smith's Garden Home by P. Allen Smith This book came out in 2003, and the subtitle is Creating a Garden for Everyday Living. Well, to me, this book is a garden classic. You get to know a little bit about P. Allen Smith's biography. His family's love of gardens, his experience working in the nursery business - plus all of the great relationships that he made working in some of England's top gardens. (He could write a book on that alone.) Fascinating stories. But in all seriousness, this book is so foundational to gardening. It's a great book to give new gardeners. And it's also an excellent book for gardeners who are considering a redesign or, after a long winter, feel like they need to brush up on their skills. The bulk of this book is dedicated to Allen's twelve garden design principles. He'll talk about aspects like framing a view, having texture in the garden, rhythm, pattern, color, etc. Now I thought I'd share this little excerpt from Allen's introduction. And here he's talking about how he created the garden rooms on his own property. He writes, I began working out the various outdoor rooms to see how they related to the house itself. The shape to one another and to the of the house and the lot created a series of rectangular spaces. I recognized an opportunity to design strong unbroken lines of sight or axes from one garden room into the next. Like an open door, these visual sight lines would allow visitors to stand in one room and see directly into the next. After positioning these openings through portals or entries further divided the rectangles into nine garden rooms and began to imagine how each space could have its own personality yet remain a part of a cohesive whole. And then I love what he says next. Because he's talking about paths, and I always feel like paths are so underrated; they're almost an afterthought for so many gardeners. So Allen says, As I laid out this plan on paper, I added an entire circuit or path that looped around the house, connecting one garden room to the next. From here, I imagined hedges and fences that would serve as "walls" for each room, with arbors and gates as "doorways." And then, he goes on to talk about more ways that he created these garden rooms. And so, in this book, Allen not only goes through his 12 principles of design, but he also takes you on tour. Through each of his garden rooms because they help illustrate each of those principles. It's a fabulous book. It's a garden basic - and it's so affordable now that it's been on the market so long. This book is 224 pages of P. Allen Smith's expertise, his twelve principles of garden design, and his fantastic personal garden. You can get a copy of P. Allen Smith's Garden Home by P. Allen Smith and support the show using the Amazon link in today's show notes for around $3. Botanic Spark 1943 On this day, the Belvidere Daily Republican posted an article entitled Gardeners Get Nine-Point Plan On Care Of Hose. If mindful of the rubber shortage, you're wondering how to coddle your garden hose through its important Victory-garden job this year, an expert here has a "nine-point program" for hose care that may mean the difference between a backyard farmer's success or failure. W. S. Richardson, manager of the industrial products division of B. F. Goodrich, outlines his nine points as follows: 1. Never drive a car over your hose. 2. Don't leave it lying in the sun 3. Coil it neatly and hang it up. 4. But not on a spike or sharp-edged stick. 5. Be sure it's drained first, for water left in the hose will damage the fabric reinforcement. 6. Don't turn off the water at the nozzle. 7. Don't try to stop the flow by doubling the hose back on itself for either way may give you a 'blow-out.' 8. Don't drag a hose over sharp stones in a rock garden. 9. Don't pick an oily spot on the driveway or floor of your garage as the place to coil it. He concludes, "[Oil] destroys most rubber, and you might end up with a leaky hose and a once-promising Victory garden 'burned up' by drought. Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener And remember: For a happy, healthy life, garden every day.
International Nurses Day, Billy's All Sports Report - including AFL, NBL, boxing and soccer, Luke Darcy on Leon Cameron resigning as Giants coach, when have you landed a plane unusual?, JB's birthday dinner, we surprise both JB and Billy!, Danny Green, Billy's Joke See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Round Table is celebrating our 10th anniversary on May 20th. We are at your service! Is there anyone you would like to say "I love you" to, but for some reason, you haven't said it yet? On May 20th, the day of wǔ'èrlíng, let us say it for you! Just tell us WHO you would like us to say these three little words to, and what's the story? Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the details! / China plans to train 5.5 million nurses by 2025. / Returning shared bikes can be a headache. / Heart to Heart - please send your audio questions to email@example.com! On the show: Heyang, Huang Shan & Joshua Cotterill
Elizabeth Gaskell had only written one novel when Charles Dickens started publishing her work in his journal Household Words. But soon she would become famous as the author of Cranford and North and South, two of the best novels of the Victorian era. Dickens proved to be a generous and artist-friendly editor, offering suggestions but allowing Gaskell to have the final say over her work (with one exception). In this episode, Jacke looks at the ghost story that Dickens asked Gaskell to write, along with the alternative ending that Dickens first suggested and then wrote for her consideration. Additional listening ideas: Like Dickens? And Christmas ghost stories? Try our episode on Ebeneezer Scrooge (#293).. Mad about the Victorians? We talked about Middlemarch with Yang Huang in Episode 330 and Forbidden Victorian Love with Mimi Matthews in Episode 382.. Did you know that Mrs. Gaskell wrote a famous biography of Charlotte Brönte? We did our own deep dive into the Bröntes back in 2019. Help support the show at patreon.com/literature or historyofliterature.com/shop. The History of Literature Podcast is a member of Lit Hub Radio and the Podglomerate Network. Learn more at www.thepodglomerate.com/historyofliterature. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What is Roe v. Wade? What does USA law have to do with Canada? We are not so far removed from n the United States, when it comes to the right to choose and Canada's own history related to abortion access. Who decides what women get to do with their bodies? The state or the women? In this episode, Amie & Sara discussion abortion rights with ADRIANNE M. BEHNING, a nurse who previously worked at an abortion clinic and the host of Nursing Uncensored Podcast. With the ongoing pull back on services, health disparities in maternal outcomes, and the fact that some Canadian hospitals do not offer abortion services, we need to pay attention to whats happening around us— it never just happens to “them”. This is happening to “us”. ADRIANNE M. BEHNING, https://www.nursinguncensored.com/about-nu Links: https://www.prochoiceamerica.org/issue/abortion-access/ https://www.ourbodiesourselves.org/ https://www.cdc.gov/reproductivehealth/data_stats/abortion.htm https://carafem.org/10-things-riskier-than-abortion/ https://www.reproductiverights.org/sites/crr.civicactions.net/files/documents/roeprivacy_0.pdf Other organizations for info National Abortion Federation - prochoice.org NARAL (natl abortion rights action league) - pro choice America.org Nurses for Sexual and Reproductive Health - Nsrh.org
On this episode of The Steve Dangle Podcast, the Leafs beat the Lightning and are one win away from the second round (00:00), Adam Wylde changes the NHL (31:00), the Edmonton Oilers lose in overtime to the Kings and Nurse head butts Danault (36:00), the Hurricanes lead the Bruins 3-2 (50:00), the Blues lead the Wild 3-2 (55:30), the Penguins lead the Rangers 3-1 (58:30), the Panthers tie the Caps 2-2 (1:05:00), the Flames and Stars are tied 2-2 (1:06:00), Michael Bunting has been nominated for the Calder (1:13:00), Tthe Montreal Canadiens win the draft lottery (1:19:00), and Game 6 Leafs vs Lightning predictions (1:23:00). Originally aired: May 11, 2022 Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/1y_yE395naM Visit https://sdpn.ca for merch and more. We've joined The Athletic and you can too! Hit the link to subscribe: https://theathletic.com/sdp Individuals must be 19 years of age or older to open a Sports Interaction account. Terms and Conditions apply. Any opinion expressed is not advice, a promise or suggestion that increases the chance of winning. Gambling can be addictive, please play responsibly. To learn more, visit: https://help.sportsinteraction.com/hc/en-us/articles/216779528-Responsible-Gaming-Self-Limitation-Self-Exclusion. Or if you have concerns about a gambling problem, call ConnexOntario 1-866-531-2600. Sports Interaction is subject to successful AGCO registration and execution of an Operating Agreement with iGaming Ontario. The Eligible iGames conducted and managed by iGO are only available to those physically present in the Province of Ontario. Visit this episode's sponsors: Get 20% off + free shipping with the code DANGLE at manscaped.com. That's 20% off + free shipping with the code DANGLE at manscaped.com. It's time to get wet and clean with your new MANSCAPED™ Shower Routine." https://manscaped.com/ CODE: DANGLE https://smith.ai/ CODE: SDP https://betterhelp.com/sdp http://athleticgreens.com/sdp https://sportsinteraction.com/sdpn Follow us on Twitter:@Steve_Dangle, @AdamWylde, & @JesseBlake Follow us on Instagram:@SteveDangle, @AdamWylde, & @Jesse.Blake Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Get a thorough breakdown of what's caused Edmonton to drop back-to-back games against Los Angeles and fall behind 3-2 in a series in which they've flashed both dominance and disinterest. Thoughts on the Nurse headbutt and suspension, starts to games, winger help and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Let's answer all of your skincare and cosmetic related questions! Join Dr. Azi and Nurse Lacie as they dive into their DMs and answer listeners' questions. Listen to what the duo has to say about: Fiberblast pens Popular lash enhancing serums Retinol, the super star ingredient Natural oils for the skin and lash growth Shop Dr. Azi's mentioned recommendations: https://shopmyshelf.us/azadehshirazimd Submit your questions for the podcast to Dr. Azi on Instagram @skinbydrazi, on YouTube and on Tik Tok @skinbydrazi. Shop skincare at AziMDSkincare.com and learn more about the practice at LaJollaLaserDerm.com. The content of this podcast is for entertainment, educational, and informational purposes and does not constitute formal medical advice. © Azadeh Shirazi, MD FAAD.
How can digital health benefit an ordinary patient? Today's guest, Tobias Silberzahn, enjoys taking a citizen perspective in his work in digital health—a field that, as he emphasizes, is far from a monolith, comprising over 25 categories from digital therapeutics to patient remote monitoring, to disease management. Tune in to this episode of Raise the Line with host Dr. Rishi Desai to learn how Silberzahn became interested in biochemistry and immunology and landed where he is today. Find out about the biohacking he did to uncover his own micro habits, learn what he's discovered about people's attitudes towards their personal data being used, and hear where he sees Europe and Asia in terms of digital health and well-being. Learn, too, about the phrase “digital health ecosystem” and what that model means for patients. Plus, discover how the city of Amsterdam created a multi-stakeholder alliance to achieve ambitious health and well-being goals, learn about the discussion that is currently being held in Germany about the public electronic patient record, and hear why Silberzahn is excited about digital health's future disease-prediction and interception possibilities.
Our guest for this episode has the kind of career path that is close to Dr. Nurse Dan's heart. Rich Kenny started his career in the emergency department before eventually becoming a flight nurse for Duke University Health System. Along the way he discovered that he had both an interest in and a knack for working with data, and specifically how to make data more useful to nurses in their every day. He eventually left the bedside to work in a variety of operational, informatics and innovation roles before landing at SAS, where he's an executive advisor on the Healthcare Strategy, Support, & Innovation team. Today we talk about all things data and informatics, and how they have the power to change the patient experience, improve working conditions for nurses and help move the healthcare industry forward. Rich also shares why he thinks that every nurse leader needs to be able to use data and information to lead well. The full transcript for this episode can be found here: http://www.trustedhealth.com/the-handoff-podcast/rich-kenny
Since 1893, public health nurses have served the rural communities of Alaska, mainly providing individual patient care for infectious diseases like TB. Public health nurse Lorne Carroll serves an area of about 15,000 people across four Alaskan native villages. He talks with Stephanie Desmon about how public health nursing has changed in recent years with more emphasis on community and systems care, the unique demands of a public health nurse in Alaska, and how COVID has impacted their work, highlighting both challenges and strengths.
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In a world of medical and health jargon, it can be difficult for patients to understand the kind of care they are getting. Sometimes, beyond the language, it is in the way health professionals communicate to the patient and their families as well as to each other. Today's guests, Antra Boyd and Karen DiMarco, both saw the need for private patient advocacy, helping patients learn to advocate for themselves. In this episode, they join Samuel Gbadebo to talk about the problems they saw and what needs to be addressed. They also share their perspectives as nurses on how important the medical sales role and pharmaceutical sales rep are and what value they can provide to their clients.
That's a stupid horse – How was that horse qualified for that race? // Mark T Back problems – When your back goes out life is miserable // Franky Rasuli grabs a guys balls in the airport until he apologizes // Renting on a cruise ship // Mark's Travel – Vietnam was a great place to travel // Never been to Japan // Don't let your kid quit or they will quit everything // A lot of people get that emotional bug… Tim didn't // Happy Nurse Week – Conway makes terrible joke about angry nurse // Getting the house to yourself when you're married is the greatest // AC on full blast!
In honor of National Nurses Week, we convened an all-star panel of nurses from the Green House and Pioneer Network communities to discuss the vital role that RNs, LPNs, and other nursing professionals play in truly driving culture change in long-term care. You'll hear real-life examples of how nurses can take small steps that lead to big quality-of-life improvements for elders and people living with disabilities. Nurses already have a natural desire to help others and provide comfort – and with the right leadership and guidance, nurses can form the bedrock of an elder-directed culture at nursing homes and other communal eldercare settings. Nurses aren't just pill-distributors and vitals-takers; they're the eyes, ears, and heart of an organization that can provide the personal connections that make all the difference for elders and families alike. Today's panel consists of: Ivy Gordon-Thompson, Director of Nursing at Green House adopter community John Knox Village Lora Perryman, LPN, Staff Nurse at Green House adopter community Poydras Home Joan Devine, Director of Education, Pioneer Network Marla DeVries, Chief Learning Officer, The Green House Project Carol DuMond-Stryker, Project Coach, The Green House Project Learn more about the Pioneer Network conference, which we're encouraging all friends of Green House to attend! https://www.pioneernetwork.net/pioneering-a-new-culture-of-aging-2022-conference Show notes/call to action: Learn more about The Green House Project: www.thegreenhouseproject.org
Today on an unforgettable episode of Real Ghost Stories Online. Did this patient care tech at a nursing facility witness death come over the doorstep to claim the soul of an ailing resident? When working late one evening in the mid 1990's, this patient care tech claims to have seen an entity enter the room of a patient, only to have the patient confirm, that yes indeed a spirit had visited him, and he was about to pass to the other side. How could the man be so confident, and what can we do, when death comes knocking on the doorstep of the ones we love? Those stories, and many more, today, on Real Ghost Stories Online. Watch more at: http://www.realghoststoriesonline.com/ If you have a real ghost story or supernatural event to report, please write into our podcast about the paranormal or call 1-855-853-4802! If you like the show and love spooky things, please help keep us on the air and support the show by becoming an EPP (Extra Podcast Person). We'll give you a BONUS episode every week as a "Thank You" for your support. Become an EPP here: http://www.ghostpodcast.com/?page_id=118 or at or at http://www.patreon.com/realghoststories
Today we are getting behind the mic with Leah Helbrecht, also known as Off the Clock Nurse on IG and the creative behind offtheclock blog! Leah is a former operating room travel nurse, current SANE nurse, and content creator on IG, TikTok, and her blog. She has been working as a nurse for the past 13 years working in ortho/trauma, the operating room, travel nursing, travel nurse recruiter, nurse advice line, and currently admissions/discharge nurse and forensic nurse/sexual assault nurse examiner (SANE nurse) and is bringing all the Cellfie girlie energy today. She is going to be opening up to us about her experiences in forensic nursing, neurological responses to trauma, and sexual assault nursing. This is a very heavy topic that we know is so important to talk about. What happens when we experience traumas? What is the process for sexual assault examination? How can we help people we care about through this process? Disclaimer: The following stories contain references to sexual assault, domestic violence, and child abuse. National Domestic Abuse hotline # 1-800-799-7233 National Sexual assault hotline #1-800-656-4673 https://www.forensicnurses.org/ (IAFN forensic nurses ) https://www.rainn.org/ (RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) ) https://www.uchealth.org/professionals/education-programs/colorado-sexual-assault-program/ (University of CO SANE Nursing program ) https://www.plancpills.org/ (@PlanCPills) https://www.aclu.org/ (ACLU Learn more and Support ) https://www.nursestakedc.com/ (Nurses Take DC) Netflix: Unbelievable Maid Hulu: (Documentaries) Trafficked I was a Child Bride: The Untold Story Books: Invisible Bruises: What we don't know about domestic violence can kill us -Rachel Louise Snyder The Body Keeps Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in Healing of Trauma - Bassel van der kolk To connect with Leah clickhttps://www.instagram.com/ryannpdatsme/ ( )https://www.instagram.com/offtheclocknurse/ (HERE) To connect with Tori click https://www.instagram.com/nurse.tori_/ (HERE) To connect with Sam click https://www.instagram.com/heysamanthaa/ (HERE) To connect with Cellfie Show click https://www.instagram.com/cellfie_podcast/ (HERE) Rate and Review the Show to Claim your Cellfie Swag Bag! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cellfie-show/id1500843605 (HERE) https://www.cellfiepodcast.com/ (Cellfie Show ) https://www.cellfiepodcast.com/shop-1 (Cellfie Podcast Merch) Produced by: Tori + Sam THIS EPISODE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY HYDROJUG (Code CELLFIE) 10% OFF Join the HYDRO movement! The HydroJug is designed to help you drink more and stay hydrated! It holds ½ gallon of water, so you won't be wasting your time re-filling your water bottle. The wide-mouth opening makes it easy for you to clean, add supplements, or ice. The HydroJug comes in stainless steel, glass, or high-grade BPA-free dishwasher-safe plastic and a variety of colors from Mint, Pink, Lavender, and more. With the wide mouth, you can fill it with ice with no problem and wash it out easily too! https://www.thehydrojug.com/discount/Cellfie (CLICK HERE) THIS EPISODE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY CELLFIE STUDIOS MAXIMIZE YOUR NURSING PROFESSION This 28-page eBook is a digital download that provides you with NURSE PRO TIPS to help you land that dream job! This is a fully loaded guide complete with the strategies to help you master your job application and interview process. We cover all of the juicy details to help you perfect the art of interviewing. https://payhip.com/CellfieStudiosLLC (THE COMPLETE NURSE INTERVIEW GUIDE TO LAND YOUR DREAM JOB! )
It's our 100th Episode AND it's Nurses Week!!! And the best present ever is that TikTok star Jen Hamilton agreed to be interviewed on the podcast! Jen is a labor and delivery nurse, mom, and overall funny person with more than 1.6 million followers on TikTok. On today's episode we chat about everything from her personal journey as a nurse to her accidentally becoming a viral social media sensation. I know you'll love Jen as much as I do after hearing this episode! Read today's show notes for more info and links from today's episode: https://www.theresumerx.com/100 If you enjoyed this episode and would like to support me in being able to create new & valuable content for The Nurse Becoming Podcast, buy me a coffee here ☕️
It's Nurses Month, which means there are a lot of conversations being had right now about the nursing profession, and most of them involve the word crisis. In this episode, Rachel Woods has a different type of conversation about nursing and sits down with Advisory Board's Carol Boston-Fleischhauer and Lauren Rewers to talk about how health care leaders can bring joy back to nursing. Links: View our Nurses Month resources and landing page Ep. 108 Supporting RNs by changing the structure of nursing Ep. 45 Practice medicine or parent?: A workforce in crisis Our Clinical Workforce playlist Get the Daily Briefing newsletter in your inbox. Subscribe now.