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Planning a trip? Are you travelling with or without your baby? Are you nervous about how to handle it? Dianne and Abby cover all the hot topics about travelling while breastfeeding on today's episode. Don't travel anywhere without listening.If you are a new listener, we would love to hear from you. Please consider leaving us a review on itunes or sending us an email with your suggestions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also add your email to our list and have episodes sent right to your inbox! Things we talked about:Thank you, Detroit! [2:50]Travel at night if possible [8:10]Dianne's story about travelling with a baby [9:54]You can't nurse while the car is moving [11:02]You have less control when flying [13:34]You are legally allowed to breastfeed on a plane [15:12]Know the state laws [16:05]Flying [21:39]TSA and breastmilk [22:00]Nursing on the plane [26:34]Travelling without a baby [28:14]Collection cups [30:29]Nursing clothes [33:00]Travelling with milk [34:47] Episode is sponsored by Rumble Tuff Links to information we discussed or episodes you should check out!https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/episode/102-pumping-and-traveling-with-breast-milk/ https://shebuystravel.com/breastfeeding-tips/ Join our Patreon Community!https://www.patreon.com/badassbreastfeedingpodcast Set up your consultation with Dianne https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/consultations/ Check out Dianne's blog here~https://diannecassidyconsulting.com/milklytheblog/Follow our Podcast~https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.comHere is how you can connect with Dianne and Abby~Abby Theuring https://www.thebadassbreastfeeder.comDianne Cassidy http://www.diannecassidyconsulting.com Music we use~Music: "Levels of Greatness" from "We Used to Paint Stars in the Sky (2012)" courtesy of Scott Holmes at freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott Holmes
Today we dive into the history of nursing. How did nurses get to where they are today? What were the forces that brought nursing to this place of respect and skill? Corey and Cal sit down with nurse researcher and historian, Mei Fu, and get into the real work and the hard choices that go into growing a profession. ********** Let us know what you think! Send us an email: email@example.com *********** Check Healwell's live and online classes here: online.healwell.org ********** Support the podcast (and see the video of podcast episodes along with extra conversation) on Patreon: patreon.com/interdisciplinary ********** Continue the conversation with us in the Healwell Community: community.healwell.org ********** Merch! Find your Healwell fashion here: https://www.teepublic.com/user/healwell *********** Thank you to ABMP for sponsoring this season of Interdisciplinary! www.abmp.com ********** About Our Guest: Dr. Mei R. Fu's scientific focus has been on pain and symptoms, lymphedema, cancer, chronic illnesses, quality of life as well as intersections of culture, environment, climate change and social determinants of health. Her research incorporates qualitative and quantitative research methods, genomic and biomarker approaches, cutting-edge technology, mobile health as well as innovative behavioral interventions. Her award-winning research has been supported by National Institute of Health (NCI/NINR/NIMHD), National Science Foundation, the Oncology Nursing Foundation, the Avon Foundation, Pfizer Independent Learning and Change grant and other organizations. She has over 160 high quality publications in peer-reviewed journals, professional journals, book chapters, and scholarly professional publications. She has over 160 invited or peer-reviewed keynote, podium, and poster presentations at international, national, regional, and local conferences. She served as guest editors for high impact journals (e.g., Biomedicines and mHealth). She has served on the editorial board for more than 10 peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Fu holds the prestigious honor of the Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame (2017). This honor recognizes nurse researchers who have achieved significant and sustained national and international recognition for their work and whose research has influenced the profession and the people it serves. Dr. Fu was the recipient of the Oncology Nursing Foundation Connie Henke Yarbro Excellence in Cancer Nursing Mentorship Award (2020) to recognize her excellence in cancer nursing mentorship that has been demonstrated in her role as a nurse scientist going above and beyond in many ways. Dr. Fu is a Fellow of American Academy of Nursing, Senior Fellow of Geriatrics at the Hartford Institute of Geriatrics and Fellow of New York Academy of Medicine.
MedMaster Show (Nursing Podcast: Pharmacology and Medications for Nurses and Nursing Students by NRSNG)
Join us for our FREE Test-Taking Webinar to boost your exam scores: https://bit.ly/nursingtesttaking I am excited to bring to you the NURSING.com SOCK Method, with proven tips to help you master pharmacology. When I surveyed 200 nursing students, 66% said that their most difficult subject was nursing pharmacology. However, the issue is often overlooked. There are a lot of schools that don't have dedicated pharmacology courses and instead roll it up into other parts of the program. But that is devastating to me because the one thing we do more than almost anything else in our careers as nurses is give medication. So today I'm gonna introduce you to something called the SOCK Method for mastering nursing pharmacology. We are doubling down on our focus on pharmacology in this podcast. After listening to this, I am confident that you will be able to become a master of nursing pharmacology. SOCK Method S – Side Effects O – Organs C – Class/Considerations/Cards K – Know (or Must Know) The Correct Order
Last year, the groundbreaking NASEM report on nursing home quality laid out a host of recommendations for improving the broken long-term care system in the U.S. While none of those suggestions is necessarily more important than the others, the topic of improving the LTC workforce is probably the one garnering the most attention from providers and policymakers. This week on the podcast, Dr. Kezia Scales and Dr. Jasmine Travers – the co-chairs of the Moving Forward Nursing Home Quality Coalition committee dedicated to finding ways to implement the NASEM report's workforce recommendations – dive into their work with host Penny Cook. Both bring unique and vital perspectives to the Coalition; Scales serves as the senior director of policy research at PHI, an organization dedicated to strengthening the care workforce, while Travers is an assistant professor of nursing at the NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing. You'll learn about the federal and state policy levers that the committee is exploring, and how workforce improvement relies on a complex network of factors, from state Medicaid funding to training standards to federal staffing regulations. Learn more about the Moving Forward Coalition committees and members: https://movingforwardcoalition.org/committees/ Read the Biden administration's fact sheet on reform: https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2022/02/28/fact-sheet-protecting-seniors-and-people-with-disabilities-by-improving-safety-and-quality-of-care-in-the-nations-nursing-homes/ Register for the CFI conference, bringing together the Green House and Pioneer Network communities in Pittsburgh July 23-26 – hurry, early bird rates end May 31: https://thegreenhouseproject.org/2023-conference/
I am so excited to have Christa Elza on today's episode! Christa graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Nursing in 2000. She was immediately drawn to Emergency Medicine and was a trauma nurse for 8 years. She has since earned her Masters Degree in Nursing from Texas State University and is a board certified nurse practitioner in Family Practice Medicine. She was the sole practitioner in a clinic specializing in weight loss, hormone balance, and aesthetics. During this time she realized the tool box of what she could offer for health solutions was too limited for how she wanted to serve her patients. She wanted a better way to help her patients achieve lasting health results. With that vision in mind, Christa began her journey with the School of Applied Functional Medicine, learning the root cause approach to personalized healthcare. In August of 2020, Christa launched her virtual health practice and is now able to provide help to clients around the country via webcam. As a functional-medicine expert, she specializes in clinically investigating underlying factors of fatigue, hormone balance, thyroid issues, digestive issues, and more. Christa uses breakthrough diagnostic testing that's rarely done in conventional settings to uncover the hidden causes of why people feel the way they feel. From here, real healing is possible. In her free time you can find Christa spending time with her husband of 16 years, Jon, their 3 boys, + her puppy, Sage. She is now living in the San Antonio, TX area and loves being outdoors, skiing, traveling, hanging out poolside, + spending time with friends. In this episode, we cover: Functional Medicine [2:17] The phases we have [6:48] Understanding your cycle [9:04] Connect with Christa: IG: @christaelza Click here for Free Resources + Current Offers! Connect with Mandy: IG: @themandyemerson IG: @thefiercesocialsociety Website: https://www.themandyemerson.com/
CorConsult Rx: Evidence-Based Medicine and Pharmacy
On this episode, we review the various pharmacotherapy options that are used in the management of osteoporosis. We go over bisphosphonates, denosumab, parathyroid hormone analogics, and romosozumab. Cole and I are happy to share that our listeners can claim ACPE-accredited continuing education for listening to this podcast episode! We have continued to partner with freeCE.com to provide listeners with the opportunity to claim 1-hour of continuing education credit for select episodes. For existing Unlimited (Gold) freeCE members, this CE option is included in your membership benefits at no additional cost! A password, which will be given at some point during this episode, is required to access the post-activity test. To earn credit for this episode, visit the following link below to go to freeCE's website: https://www.freece.com/ If you're not currently a freeCE member, we definitely suggest you explore all the benefits of their Unlimited Membership on their website and earn CE for listening to this podcast. Thanks for listening! We want to give a big thanks to our main sponsor Pyrls. Try out their drug information app today. Visit the website below for a free trial: www.pyrls.com/corconsultrx If you want to support the podcast, check out our Patreon account. Subscribers will have access to all previous and new pharmacotherapy lectures as well as downloadable PowerPoint slides for each lecture. You can find our account at the website below: www.patreon.com/corconsultrx If you have any questions for Cole or me, reach out to us on any of the following: Text - 415-943-6116 Mike - firstname.lastname@example.org Cole - email@example.com AJ - firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram and other social media platforms - @corconsultrx This podcast reviews current evidence-based medicine and pharmacy treatment options. This podcast is intended to be used for educational purposes only and is intended for healthcare professionals and students. This podcast is not for patients and not intended as advice or treatment.
In this episode, join Kevin as he sits down with Mary Leblond MSN, RN, CEN, CA-SANE, CP-SANE, FAEN—an experienced nurse with an extensive background in Emergency, Forensic nursing, and nursing education. With nearly 50 years of nursing under her belt, Mary brings a wealth of wisdom and knowledge to the conversation. Listen in as she reflects on pivotal moments that have shaped her nursing practice and shares the valuable insights from her remarkable journey. Don't miss out on this great episode. Stay connected with The Art of Emergency Nursing Podcast! Follow us on social media for updates, behind-the-scenes content, and engaging discussions. 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.
Started this week with the arrest, then release, of former Pakistan PM Imran Khan that caused riots all over the country. Then that crazy policeman who killed his colleague and then others at the Tunisia mosque. Plus yet another India air compressor rectal death, Brazil doctor rips baby's head off during birth, Chaos at US border, Nursing home allows naked vagrant to wander around, and a guy in the Czech Republic dies of electrocution while pleasuring himself with homemade anal toy; massager. Music: Good Riddance/"Dry Season"
You may have seen my post on Instagram where I was talking about progesterone hypersensitivity. My guest today connected with me shortly after that went live and agreed to come on! She's one of the first people that is more on the practitioner side of things that I know of who's actually lived with this and dealt with it! She will be talking about how she's found ways to help support the body around this to become less reactive. Today's guest is Sarah Tyler. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from University of Alabama in Birmingham and worked six years in the University Hospital's Heart and Lung Transplant ICU in Birmingham before deciding to become a Nurse Practitioner. Sarah attended Vanderbilt University where she obtained a Masters of Science in Nursing with an emphasis in Family Practice in 2012. She is an American Academy of Nurse Practitioners certified Family Nurse Practitioner. Nursing was always satisfying to Sarah because of its foundation in holistic healing theories that recognize the importance of considering the whole individual. She currently practices out of Denver, CO in a setting that balances conventional and alternative methods to optimize health and well-being. Join us as Sarah discusses the mystery of the luteal phase rash and all about progesterone hypersensitivity. Are you dealing with Progesterone Hypersensitivity as well? Share with me know in the comments if you have questions or want to share what works for you! In this episode: What is progesterone hypersensitivity + what symptoms would you look for? Sarah's personal experience with progesterone hypersensitivity Various treatments Sarah tried before getting a clear diagnosis What is LDA therapy? How pregnancy + conception affect luteal phase rashes What testing options are available from your doctor? Why you SHOULD consider trying an antihistamine (at least in the beginning) Quotes “Because my cycles were irregular, I had to give myself herbs to promote ovulation, promote my own progesterone, but every time I tried to regulate my cycle, I would get this rash.” [9:44] “When you dive into progesterone hypersensitivity forums, a lot of people's experience is that you'll have a lot of flares during the first trimester, until that placental progesterone level start in increasing; and then once that happens, I don't know if immune system shift takes place, but the rash fades.” [13:23] Links Find Sarah Tyler online | Instagram Healthy Skin Show ep. 250: Progesterone Sensitivity Rash Healthy Skin Show ep. 072: Sex Hormone-Skin Rash Connection w/ Dr. Carrie Jones
Kristin Baird is a highly respected thought leader in healthcare, leveraging her extensive 25-year background in patient care, healthcare marketing, business development, and administration to drive impactful change across the industry. As President of the Baird Group, Kristin's unwavering dedication to service excellence has earned her a reputation as a talented speaker and consultant, helping healthcare organizations worldwide to achieve their strategic goals and elevate their standards of care.Kristin's impressive academic credentials include a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a Master's in Health Services Administration from Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee, WI. Her thought-provoking insights and pioneering strategies have been widely recognized and shared through her extensive body of work, including the groundbreaking titles You Make the Call! Healthcare's mandate for post-discharge follow-up, Raising the Bar on Service Excellence: The healthcare leader's guide to putting passion into practice, Reclaiming the Passion: Stories that celebrate the essence of nursing, and Customer Service in Health Care: A grassroots approach to creating a culture of service excellence.Through her visionary leadership and unwavering commitment to healthcare excellence, Kristin Baird has become a sought-after thought leader and trusted advisor, driving positive change, and delivering transformative results for healthcare organizations worldwide.ABOUT THE ASHHRA PODCASTCo-hosts Bo Brabo and Luke Carignan from The Bo & Luke Show bring you the latest insights and trends in the world of human resources. Whether you're looking to stay up to date on the latest news and legislation or gain valuable insights into building a better workplace, the podcast has something for everyone. So sit back, relax, and join Bo and Luke every week for fresh episodes as they explore everything healthcare HR!This episode is sponsored by Virgin Pulse. Discover how Virgin Pulse helps healthcare HR leaders balance culture and cost savings by improving employee well-being. With evidence-based solutions grounded in behavioral science, Virgin Pulse engages and rewards individuals on their health and wellness journeys, resulting in improved retention rates and cost savings for organizations. Check out VirginPulse.com/resources for a free healthcare HR health and wellbeing toolkit.
CRNA School Prep Academy Podcast
A report from the Joint Commission reveals that 80% of serious medical errors are related to miscommunication during the transfer of care. There is a need to standardize a safe handoff process in the Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU). This episode's guest is helping our nursing tribe overcome this issue. Jenny Finnell sits down with Cathy Zuniga, the founder of PACU Nursing Minutes—your Perianesthesia nursing education resource! Cathy shares with us how she hopes to streamline the handoff process, providing us access to some of her tools and resources so we can implement them in our work and improve patient outcomes. Join this insightful conversation and get your hands on one of the most thorough PACU reports. Get access to planning tools, mock interviews, valuable CRNA Faculty guidance, and mapped-out courses that have been proven to accelerate your CRNA success! Become a member of CRNA School Prep Academy here! https://www.crnaschoolprepacademy.com/join Book a mock interview, personal statement, resume and more at http://www.NursesTeachNurses.com Join the CSPA email list here! https://www.cspaedu.com/podcast-email Send Jenny an email or make a podcast request! Hello@CRNASchoolPrepAcademy.com PACU Report Sheet Free Downloadhttps://pacunursingminutes.com/safe-hand-off/ Follow Cathy on Social:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqkcr8XfeDQV0aeWVOFtFTQFb https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100070843233039IG: https://www.instagram.com/pacunursingminutes/
The Health Disparities Podcast
Dr. April Kapu, DNP, APRN, ACNP-BC, FAANP, FCCM, FAAN, is president of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners® (AANP). She has 30 years of experience in health care and 18 years as an acute care nurse practitioner (NP). Dr. Kapu has committed her career to advancing NP-delivered care and increasing access to NP care across all settings. Currently, she is Associate Dean for Clinical and Community Partnerships, Vanderbilt University School of Nursing, with oversight for several nurse-led community practices. In todays episode, which is hosted by NP and rural health expert Mary Behrens, FNP, FAANP, we hear about Dr. Kapu's experiences of meeting NPs across the country during her year of presidency. NP Behrens and Dr. Kapu also discuss some of the reasons why being an NP is now widely considered to be one of the most rewarding careers in healthcare, and explore the importance of building diversity in the profession. This year marks the 102nd birthday of NP founder and advanced practice expert, Dr. Loretta Ford. Dr. Kapu discusses her accomplishments, her commitment to health equity, and the continued mission to make sure healthcare is accessible to everyone, everywhere. Copyright: Movement is Life, Inc, 2023
Join us today as I welcome Laura Berens, the Founder & CEO of Love & Fit, an amazing company, focusing on comfortable athletic wear for postpartum and nursing moms that we are in LOVE with here at Tiny Transitions. We get candid on running a big business as a mom, the idea behind Love & Fit, plus what makes their product line so unique for new & seasoned moms! Laura is amazing, so I hope you tune in!
Taking the Leap with Rachel G. Scott
Tonya Bailey Jones: Godly Obedience Leads to Unexpected Calls“There are people even now who struggle with the reality of, I'm not moving because I don't feel like I deserve to be given that.” ~Tonya BaileyIf you have ever felt this way, then you will enjoy today's guest, Tonya Bailey, as she shares how her leap after retiring from the military allowed her to be a beacon of hope for her family and other women in ways she could have never imagined.Tonya's Bio:Tonya Bailey Jones is a wife, mother, grand-mother, coach and transformational speaker. She is a retired Naval Officer with numerous awards and commendations. She graduated from University of Maryland-Baltimore with her bachelor's degree in Nursing and from Liberty University with her master's degree in Nursing education. With all these accolades and a successful career, you would think life was bliss for Tonya. However, it was anything but.Tonya's professional success was birthed through decades of darkness, depression and despair and shrouded in shame and regret. When God gave Tonya the vision of speaking on stages, shewas excited and ready with thoughts of motivating women to rise to success from meager beginnings. However, that was not the assignment God had for her.Through years of trepidation, apprehension and lots of self-discovery, Tonya is elated to now say she took the leap and is walking in God's calling for her life and moving at the pace of grace with God by her side.As the creator and host of "Beauty Beyond the Ashes Podcast with Tonya B. Jones", she is reaching women throughout the world with the love of God. Known as "the lady with the soothing, compassionate voice who makes you want to lean in and chat," Tonya encourages women of faith to live beyond the guilt, shame and regret of their past choices and live in the fullness of who God created them to be. Stay Connected:Tonya Bailey Jones4 Pillars of Successful Self-Forgiveness Free E-book | https://www.tonyabjones.com/4pillarsPersonal Website | https://www.tonyabjones.com/Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/blessed1_t2w/Podcast | https://www.tonyabjones.com/podcastRachel ScottWebsite| https://rachelgscott.com/Website| http://the5leaps.com/Instagram| https://www.instagram.com/iamrachelgscott/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iamrachelgscottSponsored Resources Mentioned:5 Week Leap Mentoring: Sign Up HereRGS Group: Learn More HereThe 5 Leaps Quick Guide: Grab it Here
Melissa is again joined by Leah Stiegler, a Labor and Employment Attorney, for the second episode in a series on legal rights for pregnant and nursing moms in the workplace. Leah helps make sense of the law and what accommodations are available. The moral of the story: you have rights, and you should advocate for yourself.
Coin-shaped button batteries are used in many common household items; they are often and easily picked up by toddlers and plopped directly into their mouths., where their alkaline properties can lead to fatal consequences. Nyssa and Lisa talk to pediatric flight nurse LaKeisha Neely about how to recognize the symptoms of button battery ingestion, and how to treat those patients before damage is done to their bodies.
Let's Make a Deal game show hosted by Wayne Brady aired their "Hooray For Nurses" episode on May 8, 2023 - ALL contestants were nurses! Nurse.org was pleased to donate a $20,000 prize to one of the lucky contestants. Nurse Tiffany Stewart won the Mega Money Monday prize! In an interview with Nurse Alice, Tiffany Stewart, a labor and delivery nurse and winner of the $20,000 cash prize, shares her experience competing on the show while dressed up in an outrageous costume. Stewart discusses her nursing journey, her passion for women's health, and her excitement about being on the show with other amazing nurses. Nurse Alice and Stewart also discuss the benefits of choosing a career in nursing, including the many opportunities available to nurses in different fields.
In this episode of the FreshRN Podcast, Kati interviews Morgan Melancon MSN, RN, CCRN-K and Annabeth Davis, MSN, RN, NPD-BC. It's Part II of our two-part interview. Morgan is the director of Nursing Education and Professional Development at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, and Annabeth is the manager of Transition to Practice within the department of Nursing Education of the same organization. We discuss: Special training required to give chemotherapy What people love about working oncology and what's particularly challenging End of life care Specific common nursing responsibilities unique to oncology Show notes are located here: https://www.freshrn.com/st-judes-oncology/ If you're interested in learning more about St. Jude's nurse residency program, click here: https://www.stjude.org/jobs/hospital/clinical-careers/nursing/new-nurse-graduates.html Get weekly tips, encouragement, stories from the bedside and more - just for nursing students and new nurses at: https://www.freshrn.com/ Connect With Me Online! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FreshRN Twitter: https://twitter.com/Kati_Kleber Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/Fresh_RN/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kati_kleber/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@freshrn
Welcome to the last episode of season nine of Nursing Uncensored! This hour-long interview recorded in June of 2022, is also the last one recorded when Nursing Uncensored Headquarters was located in Minneapolis, MN, making it a fitting end to the season.Adrianne engages in a conversation with experienced nurse and educator Audrey Snyder, who formerly served as the Dean of Practice and Innovation for the College of Nursing at the University of North Carolina - Greensboro and has now been appointed as the Associate Dean for Community Engagement and Academic Partnerships in the same institution. The discussion revolves around nursing education, encompassing its evolution over time and its future prospects.Dr. Snyder's viewpoints offer a fascinating and insightful dialogue. She emphasizes the significance of nursing education is centered around the community and technology and outlines the modifications required to cater to the needs of upcoming students as well as the struggling healthcare sector.Some key points they elaborate upon are:The healthcare model should prioritize disease and injury prevention, not just treatment.Nurses' roles and skills should be viewed differently on a global scale.Nursing education should prioritize critical decision-making and interpersonal communication.The advantages and disadvantages of online learning are discussed.Telehealth has benefits for both providers and patients.The challenges faced by first-generation and non-traditional college students are acknowledged.From start to finish, this episode is stuffed with interesting information and stories. Not only was Dr. Snyder a joy to converse with, but she also sent Adrianne a charming gift after the interview. The gift consisted of a pair of starfish-shaped silver earrings, and the story behind it will warm your heart, so be sure to listen to the whole conversation. Adrianne expresses her sincere gratitude to Dr. Snyder for everything. If you'd like to connect with Dr. Snyder LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/audrey-snyder-bb57283bTwitter: @AudreySnyderPhD
Newson Health Menopause & Wellbeing Centre Playlist
In a special episode on the eve of International Nurses Day, this week's guest is Sue Thomas, an advanced nurse practitioner with an interest in menopause who works alongside Dr Louise at Newson Health Menopause and Wellbeing Centre. They discuss Sue's 30-year nursing career, including her work in cardiovascular disease prevention, and talk about the vital role nurses play in raising awareness and treating women during the perimenopause and menopause. And with figures showing nine out of ten UK nurses are women, and more than half aged over 41, Sue and Dr Louise discuss the impact of the perimenopause and menopause on the nursing profession, with Sue sharing her own menopause experience and the barriers she faced when trying to access HRT. Sue's three take home tips for fellow nurses and healthcare professionals are: Look for more education about the menopause, such as the free Confidence in the Menopause course If you are struggling with menopause yourself, be open with colleagues and line managers – we need to look after each other Let's make the menopause a positive thing. Click here to read an advice article by Sue for healthcare professionals on coping with menopause in the workplace.
Happy Nurses Week, 2023!! Also, Happy National Hospital Week. In episode 19, we have some Real Talk about Nurses Week, the fact that it coincides with National Hospital Week, and the impact this has on both celebrations.We also give a sneak peek into some upcoming episodes we are excited about (we are really excited about every episode)!--------------------------------------------New website: https://www.purposedrivenpx.com/real-nurses-real-talk-podcastInterest form to tell your story: https://form.jotform.com/230685346709060Be sure to connect with us on Instagram:@realnurses_pcSend questions, topic ideas, and/or comments to email@example.com.
Recent research shows that the workforce shortage – particularly among registered nurses – is the top issue for healthcare CEOs. While a nursing shortage is challenging for nursing departments, there are a host of systemwide problems that will impact quality and safety of care alongside an organization's ability to grow. In this episode, host Rachel (Rae) Woods speaks with Advisory Board's Chief Nursing Officer, Carol Boston, and two leaders from University Hospitals – Chief Quality & Clinical Transformation Officer, Peter Pronovost, and Chief Nursing Executive, Michelle Hereford – about recent data and their experiences navigating the complexity of the workforce shortage. They explore how the shortage is impacting health organizations at large, why organizations can't seem to find a solution, and how addressing tactical issues alone will not solve the crisis. Links: Is the nurse shortage putting patients at risk? Hospital CEOs' top concern? Staffing. Hard truths on the current and future state of the nursing workforce Ep. 135: Henry Ford Health on nursing shortages and the real supply chain issue Our Clinical Workforce playlist
Happy Hour with Bundle Birth Nurses
Sarah and Justine are back with part 2 or our preceptorship series. This episode goes over what a preceptor should bring to the table when it comes to training new nurses.
Frankly Speaking About Family Medicine
Credits: 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ CME/CE Information and Claim Credit: https://www.pri-med.com/online-education/podcast/frankly-speaking-cme-327 Overview: Congress has recently made changes to help fight the opioid epidemic and allow for an increase in access to treatment for opioid use disorder (OUD). Join us as we review these changes, and learn how you can use them to promote health equity in a clinical setting. Episode resource links: Hawk, K., Hoppe, J., Ketcham, E., LaPietra, A., Moulin, A., Nelson, L., ... & D'Onofrio, G. (2021). Consensus recommendations on the treatment of opioid use disorder in the emergency department. Annals of emergency medicine, 78(3), 434-442. Jones, K. F., O'Reilly-Jacob, M., & Tierney, M. (2022). Eliminating the buprenorphine DEA X waiver is critical to promote health equity. Nursing outlook, 70(1), 5-7. Jones, K. F. , Jacob, M. O. , Spetz, J. , Hailer, L. & Tierney, M. (9000). Eliminate the buprenorphine DEA X waiver: Justification using a policy analysis approach. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, , doi: 10.1111/jnu.12871. Guest: Mariyan L. Montaque, DNP, FNP-BC Music Credit: Richard Onorato
This week is National Nurses Week, and it is a time to honor the contributions and sacrifices of nurses who perform some of the most difficult and heartbreaking tasks in the medical world. As workers who perform the most essential healthcare tasks, nurses serve as the first point of contact for most patients…and they save lives and restore health in the process. Yet, nursing is often a thankless profession that is underappreciated and experiences high levels of burnout and moral injury. There are a multitude of factors related to societal attitudes towards the nursing profession, and many of them result in a lack of recognition and support, inadequate compensation, limited opportunities for career advancement, and ultimately a lack of respect and appreciation for the work they do. We must begin to think about how to better position the profession to take a leading role in healthcare innovation. Nurses must become more empowered as we transition to a future of value-based care. This week on the podcast, we are honored to be interviewing Rebecca Love. She is an experienced nurse executive, the first nurse featured on Ted.com, and part of the first nurse panel at South by Southwest. Rebecca is a regular contributor on the Forbes Business Council, and has been featured in BBC, Fortune, Becker's, Forbes, Chief Healthcare Executive Magazine and ABC news. Rebecca, was the first Director of Nurse Innovation & Entrepreneurship in the United States at Northeastern School of Nursing – the founding initiative in the Country designed to empower nurses as innovators and entrepreneurs, where she founded the Nurse Hackathon, the movement has led to transformational change in the Nursing Profession. In early 2019, Rebecca, along with a group of leading nurses in the world, founded and is President Emeritus of SONSIEL: The Society of Nurse Scientists, Innovators, Entrepreneurs & Leaders, a non-profit that quickly attained recognition by the United Nations as an Affiliate Member to the UN. Rebecca is a world renowned Nurse Entrepreneur and currently serves as the Chief Clinical Officer of IntelyCare. Click here to learn more Episode Bookmarks: 01:30 National Nurses Week – a time to honor the contributions and sacrifices of nurses who perform some of the most difficult and heartbreaking tasks in the medical world. 02:00 We must better position the nursing profession to take a leading role in healthcare innovation. Nurses must become more empowered as we transition to a future of value-based care. 02:30 Introduction to Rebecca Love – a nationally-recognized nurse executive and entrepreneur, the first nurse featured on TED.com, and part of the first nurse panel at SXSW. 03:00 Rebecca founded and is President Emeritus of SONSIEL: The Society of Nurse Scientists, Innovators, Entrepreneurs & Leaders and currently serves as the Chief Clinical Officer of IntelyCare. 04:00 Support Race to Value by subscribing to our weekly newsletter and leaving a review/rating on Apple Podcasts. 04:30 How do we better position the nursing profession in the value-based care movement? 06:30 “There is going to be no healthcare in the future without nurses leading value-based care.” 07:00 How tracking VBC outcomes by Provider NPI # is a challenge since nurses do not have assigned NPI #'s. 07:45 Nursing costs were rolled into room rates in the 1930's with the establishment of modern-day insurance models. This occurred due to a male physician-dominated environment. 08:30 Nurses are the only clinical professional in the healthcare environment without a NPI for billing or tracking outcomes! 08:45 “Value-based care cannot fully be amplified or adopted until we address the lack of a NPI number with nurses.” 09:30 The infuriating pay inequity between executives and nurses. (Nonprofit hospital CEOs make on average 10X the rate of nurses!) 10:00 Should we align compensation to both executives and clinicians tied to patie...
BONUS EPISODE! I had paid for some extra podcasting processing time this month, so enjoy this re-release of a great interview!Amanda Decker, FNP-C, graduated from Vanderbilt School of Nursing in 2005 and has been practicing in primary care ever since. Beginning in 2017, she has been emphasizing the attainment of metabolic health through carb-restriction. She is certified in Advanced Education from the Obesity Medicine Association, is SCOPE certified by the World Obesity Federation, is LowCarb USA certified, is board certified in Ketogenic Nutrition by the American Nutrition Association, and is certified by SMHP as a Metabolic Health Practitioner! She lives in Dickson, TN with her family, where she also practices medicine! What an honor to get to host her!Find Amanda at-TW- @deckerlesscarbsFB- deckerlesscarbsSpecial love to-https://www.dietdoctor.com/FAT: A Documentary by Vinnie Tortorich, and yes, I will still personally reimburse you to watch this!Find Boundless Body at- myboundlessbody.com Book a session with us here!
Attracting and retaining nurses presents a major workforce challenge, particularly in rural health care settings. At the University of Vermont Health Network, leaders realized that the ongoing nursing shortage crisis required creative solutions, including investment in the well-being of the nursing staff.
In this episode, we interview Ben Baker, a current ICU travel nurse, and new grad coach, about how to succeed in your first nursing job. We discuss new grad nurses' challenges, how to thrive in your practice, and best practices for resumes and interviews. We also touch on how healthcare facilities can better invest in and retain new nurses and the issue of "nurses eating their young." Join us for an informative and engaging conversation! It's totally normal to feel both excited and nervous about starting your first shift as a Registered Nurse. Take a deep breath and remember you've worked hard to get here. To help ease any anxiety, take some time to prepare for success. You've got this! Join us for an informative and engaging conversation! Coaching: www.nextlevelnurses.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cupofnursespod/ Cup of Nurses: https://fanlink.to/CONsite Cup of Nurses Store: https://fanlink.to/CONshop Free Travel Nursing Guide: https://fanlink.to/Travelnursingchecklist Nclex Guide: https://fanlink.to/NCLEXguide Interested in Travel Nursing? https://fanlink.to/TravelNurseNow Cup of Nurses FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/cupofnurses
The Milk Minute Podcast- Breastfeeding/Chestfeeding/Lactating/Pumping
Remember all those articles about microplastics in human milk last year? Well your friends at the Milk Minute are finally tackling the topic.Why is this happening? Can we do anything to change it? Should we be worried?Tune in this week to hear all that and more as Heather and Maureen pick apart the tricky topic of microplastic contamination in the human body.Work With Us!Book a Lactation Consult with Heather! Click HERE for the deets.Book a Lactation Consult with Maureen! Click HERE to get started.THANK YOU TO OUR PATRON, Anna from Maine!THANK YOU TO THIS EPISODE'S SPONSORSGet your breastfeeding journey BACK ON TRACK with a Lactation Consult with Heather! Telehealth available and some insurance accepted. Click HERE for the deets. If you have Blue Cross Blue Shield, Anthem, Cigna PPO or Provider Network of America– you can fill out a short form to get pre-approval to get your visits with Heather 100% approved! Click HERE to access the form.Ceres Chill - Grab your Ceres Chiller or Milkstache HERE and enter promo code MILKMINUTE15 for 15% off!Click HERE to save 25% off and free shipping on all Liquid IV products with the code MILK_MINUTEListener Question: My exclusively breastfed almost 4-month-old is suddenly refusing her pacifier. Any tips to get her to use it when she's upset but not hungry? It seems that lately nothing will calm her down other than the boob.Sources:Plastic Debris in the Marine Environment: History and Future Challenges - PMC (nih.gov)Raman Microspectroscopy Detection and Characterisation of Microplastics in Human Breastmilk - PMC (nih.gov)Microplastics found in human breast milk for the first time | Plastics | The GuardianPlastic production worldwide 2021 | StatistaMicroplastics in infant milk powder - PubMed (nih.gov)Read the episode transcript HEREGet 20% off your Mother's Day Gourmet Brownies from the Brownie House by entering code MILKMINUTE20 and ordering from this link: https://shop.yesbrownies.com/discount/MILKMINUTE20Support the showCheck out Milk Minute Podcast's website here!Become a VIP Click here to get exclusive access and more!Send us an e-mail! MilkMinutePodcast@gmail.comFacebook | Instagram | TikTok
News & Views with Joel Heitkamp
05/04/23: Joel is broadcasting live from Williston State College, and is joined by their Marketing Director, Brandon Delvo, as well as a student, Ellie Hogan. Ellie is from Fargo and is attending Williston State College for Nursing. In the latter half of the segment, Joel is joined by Malte Kuhn. Malte is from Germany and came to Williston to play hockey Hockey, and is in the FBLA Collegiate Chapter as well as Student Senate.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Attorney Bevis Schock joins Marc to discuss Kim Gardner and her ongoing troubles.
More than a million NHS workers will get a 5% pay rise after health unions accepted a government offer. But the Royal College of Nursing has rejected the offer. The Guardian's John Harris speaks to Pat Cullen, the general secretary of the RCN and Frances O'Grady, a Labour peer and former general secretary of the Trades Union Congress, about the future for public sector workers. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod
Gina Livy's Facebook Lives from the Spring/Summer 2023 Weight Loss Group hosted on Facebook. This is a recording of the Day 11, 9 AM live. You can find the full video hosted at:https://www.facebook.com/groups/ginalivyspringsummer2023Topics covered:Consistency, maximizing, putting yourself first, what's your why? @ IntroRepeating the Program - new body, mindset, Fresh Eyes @ 4:58Menstrual Cycles, Bowel Movements @ 7:15Diabetes @ 13:36Fertility, Pregnancy and Nursing @ 14:37Getting bored with your food? Don't need a salad if you don't want it @ 15:39Sleep - no need to eat at night, extra hungry at night may be detox @ 23:40App between groups @ 28:50Travelling @ 29:51Hot Flashes - body adjusting, seasonal transition @ 30:39The Program works - keep showing up for yourself @ 32:16Make a plan for the weekend @ 35:12To learn more about the Livy Method, visit www.ginalivy.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Are your sleep habits adversely affecting your relationships? Is a lack of sleep affecting your sex life? Do you want to sleep better and wake up rested? Board-certified sleep expert Ellen Wermter joins us to share her top tips for a better night's sleep and why sleep is essential to happy relationships. Ellen Wermter is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner through the American Nurses Credentialing Center and a member of Sigma Theta Tau National Honor Society. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of Virginia and her Masters of Science at Virginia Commonwealth University; and is a member of the Virginia Council of Nurse Practitioners (VCNP). Ellen is a dedicated sleep professional both board-certified in behavioral sleep medicine (DBSM) as well as being certified in cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia and who actively treats patients full-time. In her free time, Ellen prefers to be outside in nature - and stays active running; and practicing yoga. She lives on a farm with her husband and four children - where she grows apple trees and keeps honeybees. She also enjoys singing loudly in the car and rarely gets the lyrics right. Check out the BetterSleep.Org to learn more about the Better Sleep Council. Stay up to date with the Better Sleep Council by following them on their social media from Twitter to their Instagram accounts. Save with code PODCAST on the Mindful Sex Course on the Happier Couples website. If you have podcast questions, please submit them here. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podbean, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music & Stitcher! Rough Transcript: This is a computer-generated rough transcript, so please excuse any typos. This podcast is an informational conversation and is not a substitute for medical, health, or other professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the services of an appropriate professional should you have individual questions or concerns. How to improve sleep for better relationships (and better sex) Episode 315 [00:00:00] You're listening to the Sex with Dr. Jess podcast, sex and Relationship Advice you can use tonight. [00:00:15] Jessica O'Reilly: Hey, babe, are you well rested? No, I am not. When was the last time you felt well rested? [00:00:21] Brandon Ware: It's been a very long time. I can't remember the last time I woke up and felt refreshed. I don't think I ever wake up and feel refreshed. [00:00:28] Brandon Ware: You know, some people wake up and they spring outta bed. Me, I fall outta bed because I'm still [00:00:33] Jessica O'Reilly: asleep. So Did you have a good sleep last night? I slept well, but not very long. Yeah, it was a little bit of an nap. We had an early morning flight today. [00:00:40] Brandon Ware: Yeah, we did. When was the, here's the real question. When did you last have a full night's sleep where you felt well [00:00:45] Jessica O'Reilly: rested? [00:00:46] Jessica O'Reilly: Okay, so I do sometimes feel well rested, but I swear I don't [00:00:49] Brandon Ware: sleep. Oh my God, you 100%. You don't sleep. I like [00:00:53] Jessica O'Reilly: sleep with one eye open. [00:00:55] Brandon Ware: You're like a dog. You always got one eye open. [00:00:57] Jessica O'Reilly: Yeah. Just to see what, what happens next. Don't miss anything. We're gonna be talking about how sleep affects our overall health, our relational health, sexual health, all that jazz. [00:01:06] Jessica O'Reilly: We have an expert because I am the anti expert, not anti expert. I'm the antithesis of an expert when it comes to sleep. I suck at it. So Ellen Morter is a board certified. Family nurse practitioner through the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Uh, she's a member of Sigma Theta Tao National Honor Society. [00:01:22] Jessica O'Reilly: She has a long resume. Okay? She has a Bachelor of Science in nursing,
In this episode, Nurse Mo from the Straight A Nursing will delve into pancreatitis - its definition, causes, pathophysiology, and its impact on various systems of the body despite being categorized as a gastrointestinal condition. Additionally, we will discuss significant assessment findings, diagnostic procedures, and treatment options related to pancreatitis.Learn more about NTI, the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN) premiere conference for progressive and critical care nurses on May 22-24, 2023: http://www.aacn.org/nti23Check out Nicole Kupchik's exam reviews and practice questions at nicolekupchikconsulting.com. Use the promo code UPMYGAME20 to get 20% off all products.See the show notes at upmynursinggame.com.
Shane D. Lewis, MDFACS, a general surgeon in Salt Lake City, Utah, serves as the Medical Directorof High Reliability at Intermountain Healthcare overseeing safety, quality,experience, and clinical risk across a multi-state footprint. Dr. Lewis startedhis first business at the early age of five, Shane's Shoe Shine Shack, and hasbeen working to buff the scuffs and scrapes of others ever since. With his leadershipand ability to effectively collaborate with others, the organization hasachieved greater reliability of care, and has fostered a fair and just culturebuilt upon increased transparency. Shane has been persistent in the pursuit tocreate a caring and learning organizational culture that supports the missionof Intermountain and our caregivers.A proven leaderwith operational and governance expertise. Accomplished significant andsustained improvements in culture, safety, quality and patient experience,driving down the system rate of harm by over 70% while improving the culture ofsafety and rate of reporting by caregivers. Effectively changed the culture oftransparency and trust across Intermountain Healthcare. Led a legislativecollaboration to pass a bill improving healthcare transparency in the State ofUtah. Personal focus on improving care through accountability and empathy forcaregivers. Driven by a lifelong personal mission statement to live life withcharity, humility, and integrity, always striving to make a difference in thelives of others Julie Wright is the High-ReliabilityOperations Director in Intermountain Healthcare's Office of Patient Experience.In this role, she leads teams that support safety, clinical risk management,and patient experience work across the Intermountain Healthcare system. Here she applies her expertise toimplement frameworks, processes, and tools that support and empower leaders tobuild and sustain a psychologically safe culture for both caregivers and the patientswe serve. Julie is aregistered nurse with more than 25 years of experience in patient care,improvement science, and nursing leadership. She led the design andimplementation of successful safety and high-reliability programs first inIntermountain Medical Group's 185 clinics. She then had the opportunity to leada system-wide restructure of Safety and Clinical Risk Management and partneringin the alignment of safety, quality, and experience of care work under oneoffice. Julie completed a diagnostic excellence fellowship with the Society toImprove Diagnosis in Medicine and serves on advisory boards for both NQF andThe Leapfrog Group. She currently holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and aMaster of Science in Nursing Education. Link to claim CME credit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3DXCFW3CME credit is available for up to 3 years after the stated release dateContact CEOD@bmhcc.org if you have any questions about claiming credit.
University of Vermont Medical Center - Nursing Podcast
Workplace violence in healthcare is on the rise nationally. In this episode we welcome Matt Looft, an RN IV in the UVMMC Emergency Department, to talk to us about the state of workplace violence at UVMMC and the actions being taken at the institutional and legislative levels.
In this episode, Jacqueline is joined by Jackie Greco, a mom of two who nursed through a chemical pregnancy and toddlerhood. She had to navigate extended nursing, nursing in public, dairy allergies, and judgment from other moms. This mama powered through it all to find the joy and confidence she needed to have her own fulfilling nursing journey. In this episode, you'll hear:Jackie's personal nursing journeys with both her childrenHow she navigated through allergies and judgment Why Jackie decided to wean and how she went about itSetting boundaries with your childrenA glance at this episode:[5:38] Jackie's story and how she got started[11:11] Finding support while navigating social media[13:57] How she came to realize it was time to wean her daughter[16:13] Jackie battles nursing a toddler in public[20:01] The language she used with her daughter to wean her[24:51] Jackie‘s nursing journey with her second child[27:22] Navigating through a dairy allergy with her son[32:49] How often Jackie's son still nurses[38:32] Finding the balance in nursing[42:05] Jackie gives her best advice for a new momRelated Links:Holistic Lactation WebsiteDiscount on Products Use Code ‘PODCAST15'Follow on InstagramBook an Appointment
“It is my deepest wish for all of my students to find me as a mentor and a coach,” says Beth Hendricks, RN, MSN and assistant professor at New Mexico State University School of Nursing. That can be traced back in part to a nursing educator early in her career who took that approach and built her confidence. Being devoted to paying that forward is one reason Hendricks is the winner of the 2022 Osmosis Raise The Line Faculty Awards in the RN-Nurse Practitioner category. Her student nominators describe her as both empathetic and driven to see them succeed, which is a deliberate balance Hendricks tries to strike. “Having their backs but also challenging them is the best method for connecting with students,” she tells host Michael Carrese. Check out this insightful conversation on how to motivate students to fight through “imposter syndrome,” the importance of learning to think like a nurse, and why she encourages students to find their unique learning style among many other tips for educators. Mentioned in this episode: www.osmosis.org/faculty-awards
Dani welcomes Brian Weirich, the System Chief Nursing Informatics Officer for Banner Health. Brian shares his thoughts on the future of nursing, and how technology can reduce the burden on nurses and improve the overall healthcare experience. Brian shares his experiences in developing a natural language processing tool that can help reduce the documentation burden on nurses and automate some of the physical tasks they are responsible for. He emphasizes the need for human oversight in this process and acknowledges that technology can never replace critical thinking in nursing. He also shares his passion for the importance of being a lifelong learner.
In this episode of the Women's Vibrancy Code, Maraya chats with Ashley Wynn-Grimes, BSN, RN, a registered nurse and healthcare leader, about how to break the stigma of cannabis in medicine and explores the endocannabinoid system. Ashley highlights the importance of considering cannabis as a treatment option based on a patient's medical history and symptoms. Ashley shares her journey in healthcare and addresses the stigma surrounding cannabis and nursing solutions. She discusses the common symptoms cannabis can help with, including pain, anxiety, sleep, and menstrual cramps, as well as seizures in children. Ashley stresses the importance of finding the right cannabis strain for a patient's specific symptoms and shares her passion project, a book called "Stigmatized". Also in this episode: Lean Six Sigma is a project management ideology used to increase efficiency in healthcare settings. The endocannabinoid system is the largest neuroreceptor system in the body, responsible for balance. Cannabis is a potential option for medical treatment, to be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Cannabis stigma exists and the media perpetuates false information. Educating those willing to listen can shift perspectives. Common conditions treated with cannabis include pain, sleep, anxiety, menstrual cramps, and seizures. Different strains of cannabis have varying effects, and it's important to be cautious with anxiety. Children benefit from cannabis use, particularly for seizures. A children's book promotes understanding and empathy. Her book "Stigmatized" aims to educate about cannabis in a simple and accessible way and is based on Ashley's personal journey and passion for alignment. About Ashley Wynn-Grimes: Baltimore, Maryland native, black female entrepreneur, and a registered nurse for more than 12 years, Ashley Wynn-Grimes BSN, RN is the Founder of Cannabis Nursing Solutions, LLC, author of “Stigmatized”, and the children's book “Asa's Medicine”. Ashley's work is dedicated to empowering patients and nursing professionals to make informed wellness choices with impactful educational medical programs that also serve to promote diverse representation and increased resiliency in those she serves. During her impressive career, Ashley has worked in various healthcare settings, including telemetry nursing, quality improvement, and professional development. She is responsible for trail-blazing non-traditional cannabis patient care programs in Maryland that offer standardized approaches to dispensing cannabis for nursing professionals and children in school settings. Ashley holds a Bachelor's of Science in Nursing and Master's Degree in Nurse Education from Towson University, and in 2021, she was chosen for Baltimore Business Journal Leaders in Health Care. Ashley also has a certification in Professional Development and is a certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. Connect With Ashley Wynn-Grimes: 'Stigmatized' The Book: www.stigmatizedthebook.com Website: www.cannabisnursingsolutions.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/cannabisnursingsolutions Subscribe To The Women's Vibrancy Code Podcast: Apple Podcast | YouTube | Spotify Connect With The Show: Facebook Page | Linkedin | Website | Tiktok | Facebook Group Make A Connection Call With Maraya Brown: Click here to book About Maraya Brown: Maraya is a Yale and Functional Medicine Trained CNM, MSN with her undergraduate degree in marketing. She helps women feel turned on by their life, their lover and themselves. Her work online brings her 21 years of experience supporting women together in one place to co-create deep transformation, energy and passion. Maraya is the founder of this Podcast and does a great deal of work with women to expand their energy, hormones, libido, confidence and much much more. DISCLAIMER: The podcasts available on this website have been produced for informational, educational and entertainment purposes only. Listeners should take care to avoid program content which may not be suited to them. The contents of this podcast do not constitute medical or professional advice, No person listening to and/or viewing any podcast from this website should act or refrain from acting on the basis of the content of a podcast without first seeking appropriate professional advice and/or counseling, nor shall the information be used as a substitute for professional advice and/or counseling. The Women's Vibrancy Code Podcast expressly disclaims any and all liability relating to any actions taken or not taken based on any or all contents of this site.