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More Than A Mother: Personal Growth, Productivity, Trauma Healing, & Self-Care Strategies for Working Moms
Why Cycle Syncing is the Life-Changing Practice You Need in Your Life Right Now w/ Megan Rempel

More Than A Mother: Personal Growth, Productivity, Trauma Healing, & Self-Care Strategies for Working Moms

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 41:03


Cycle syncing— what is it? Why is it important? How do you do it? In the guest chair, today is Megan Rempel educating all of us on the power of cycle syncing. Megan shares with us: ✅ how cycle syncing helped her go from exhausted and overwhelmed to confident and full of peace ✅ the 4 phases of our cycle and how we can use each of them to few more empowered every day ✅ how cycle syncing helps productivity and what you can do today to start Get your pen and paper ready! If you are a woman who struggles with your cycle and you are tired of not understanding all the highs and lows you experience every month and are ready to reclaim power over your body then you definitely want to listen to this episode. About Megan Megan Rempel is a Registered Nurse with a certificate in Women's Hormonal Health, a health coach, and a cycle syncing expert. Her mission is to help other women discover that life can actually be easier, IF they tap into the magic that we've had inside us all along - our monthly cycle. Her own journey from overwhelmed and exhausted mom of 4 to gaining back control of her life through simple and effective habits and rhythms like cycle syncing is what fuels her passion to help women get out of survival mode and find ease and joy in their lives. She does this through her Instagram content, her paid program Syncing with the Flow, and inside her health coaching community. Connect with Megan Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fittobeamama Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/meganrempel4 Mentioned in this episode 3 Tips to Get Started with Cycle Syncing Free download Connect with LaWann TikTok Instagram Website Looking for a User-Generated Content (UGC) creator- check out my portfolio

Bowel and Bladder Matters Podcast
Working with the family of pediatric ostomates

Bowel and Bladder Matters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 29:20


Working with families and children with ostomies is a unique situation. Kim shares common conditions that affect this population as well as some best practices to reduce anxiety for pouch changes and age-related considerations.Guest bio: Kim is a Registered Nurse and certified in wound, ostomy and continence. She has been a pediatric nurse for over 20 years. She currently practices at a level one trauma, academic hospital that includes a free-standing children's hospital. Her current practice area is focused on the pediatric wound and ostomy population. Kim has provided over 11 years of camp service at Youth Rally, a summer camp for kids ages 10-17 with bowel and bladder conditions. She has also traveled internationally to assist with mobile clinics and education.    Visit https://www.coloplast.us/professional/ for more educational offerings.

Love Sex & Magic
85. Womb Healing & Womb Wisdom For The Empowered Feminine with Alexandra Durigan

Love Sex & Magic

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 56:20


This episode was a truly emotional one. In it, we talk about womb wisdom, pelvic care, womb healing, trauma, empowerment, and so much more. Alexandra Durigan is a Registered Nurse, Holistic Womb Guide and Pelvic Specialist having founded The Embodied Temple and ORIGIN Pelvic Care. Alexandra's work is revolutionizing women's health through ceremonial care and devotional bodywork, tending to the yoni, womb, and pelvic bowl as she supports women in empowering through their center. Alexandra's mission through ORIGIN Pelvic Care is to nourish the journey of womanhood in such a way that empowers and inspires optimal wellness and embodiment throughout one's lifetime so that all women may reap the gifts of their womanhood. Alexandra works in the realms of sexuality, pleasure, fertility, pre/postnatal care, and all things womb health and healing. Time Stamps 3:39 The call to do womb work 11:37 Why we need womb work 14:32 Alexandra's nursing background and the lack of focus on pelvic care in the medical industry 23:42 What womb wisdom is really about 28:50 A history of pelvic care 31:00 Releasing trauma and wounding 36:00 What to expect from a womb work session and how to develop a self-practice 47:18 The importance of pelvic care in motherhood 51:23 Mel's 3 questions Want behind-the-scenes audio and video footage? Then be sure to join my monthly membership for your soul, The Goddess Collective. Goddess Collective members unlock access to extra “after the cut” content from each and every interview I host. During this segment of the podcast (which is recorded only for Collective members, and hosted inside the Collective website), questions that are submitted by the Goddesses are answered by podcast guests. The Goddess Collective also includes: A monthly workshop and workbook Fortnightly moonology readings A monthly Aphrodite Circle group coaching call hosted by yours truly Bonus interviews Interviews with guest experts An invitation into a members-only exclusive Facebook community, and Instant access to all the content that came before, and so much more… …all for $67. Click here to join, and access all my guest's behind-the-scenes footage: https://bit.ly/3uweOvD Mentioned in this episode: Register to the FREE Feminine Wisdom Workshop Access Alexandra's guest workshop inside The Goddess Collective Receive money off your investment in ANY of Alexandra's e-courses using the code LOVESEXMAGIC at checkout Alexandra's Instagram

Paid Vocation with Lupe Prado
Healing Through Horses | Equus Coach Leigh Wright

Paid Vocation with Lupe Prado

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 30:11


Episode #66. This week on the podcast, I am thrilled to be joined by Leigh Wright. Leigh is a Certified Equus Coach from the Koelle Institute of Equus Coaching. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Texas and has over 35 years of experience practicing as a Registered Nurse specializing in Neonatal ICU.  In addition, she has continued her education to include Trauma Informed Equine-assisted learning from The Natural Lifemanship Institute having completed the Fundamental and Intensive course sequences.  Leigh utilizes equine-assisted learning with a mindful approach to guide her clients to their inner knowing and promote self-awareness of life's recurring patterns. Her coaching is rooted in offering a meaningful experience centered on building a relationship with the horse as a partner, then allowing and supporting the thoughts or emotions that arise in the space of that relationship and exchange. Holding the belief that all relationships are sacred and it is in the support of relationships that we can explore our true essence.  Leigh is also a trained astrologer and regularly integrates this education with her equine coaching.  I met Leigh at the Miraval Wellness and Spa Resort in Austin, Texas in February of this year. My best friend Marisol and I wanted to take some time to focus on wellness and to spend some time connecting.  In today's episode, she talks about her journey to her work today and how we can heal through our relationship with others including horses. Connect with Leigh: Website Connect with Lupe: Website Instagram

The Human Experience
Postpartum Recovery with Therese Dansby

The Human Experience

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 41:38


Therese is a Registered Nurse and an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant. She believe in taking a "whole"-istic approach to the breastfeeding relationship, and she strives to find creative solutions to common (and not-so-common) struggles, enabling moms to reach their breastfeeding goals. She truly believes that a mom who is active and involved in her plan of care is the happiest, and happy moms are most prepared to raise a baby in the healthiest possible environment, physically and emotionally. Instagram

C**t Talk
EP212 Better Orgasms Through Tantric Sex with Creator of Yes Tantra Dominique D'Vita

C**t Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 49:26


Have you been wanting to unlock secrets to more incredible orgasms? Well our guest today blends science and sexuality - one of our biggest turn ons - to help people live life fully from a place of magic, love, and abundance to be able to better understand our bodies, respect ourselves, and deepen our connections with our partners. She focuses on harnessing the power of your body to master self-love. Please welcome Registered Nurse and certified Tantra Educator… Dominique D'Vita!In this episode we explore:Top tips for stronger female orgasmsHow we can give the men in our lives multiple orgasmsModalities for dismantling shame in the realm of sex & empowerment Top tips for manifesting with your sexSexual TransmutationDominique is such a badass C.L.I.T… she gave us a couple free resources to share with all of you! If you have a man in your life or a male friend, one of these gifts is for them!Female Orgasm Mastery - Tips to Master the Female ORGASM https://mailchi.mp/639673deada9/female-mastery-audio How to Last Super Long & Strong - Secrets for Male Stamina & Strength in the Bedroom https://learn.yestantra.com/free-mens-ebook Follow Dominique D'Vita on Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/yestantra/ Checkout her resources | https://beacons.ai/yestantra FREE AUDIO TRAINING: http://clittalkshow.com/guide   CLIT TALK CLIFF NOTES After over 4 years & 200+ episodes, we're giving you our best highlight reel. Sign up for our FREE audio training for a quick quantum shift in you both your Communication & Sex Life. VISIT http://clittalkshow.com/guide  to sign up and get access.Subscribe to our YouTube Channel | https://www.youtube.com/c/ClitTalk Follow us on Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/clittalkshow/ Shop Pleasure Positive Products | https://clittalkshow.com/pleasure-store Checkout our Discounts | https://clittalkshow.com/discounts  Support the show

Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg
Cycle syncing: feeling your best during the month part 2: Megan Rempel: 288

Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 21:39


Do you feel burned out and don't know why? Today we have Megan Rempel, mom of 4, Registered Nurse, and Cycle Syncing expert on the show. In this 2 part episode Megan will share how she went from overwhelmed and exhausted to taking back control of her life. She shares with us in these two episodes how to uplevel our life with cycle syncing and what that actually means. Megan talks to us about ditching overwhelm and exhaustion using our female cycle as a guide. One topic that stood out to me is when she talked about getting the most out of our high energy days, and avoiding draining ourselves with tasks on our low energy days.  Hear what she has to say about this topic and more on the podcast.   Do you feel stuck, do you want to leave counting calories and dieting behind?  Do you feel you like you can achieve so much in life but your weight loss? Do you feel like you spend so much energy thinking about how to lose weight, what to eat, and if you can even keep the weight off once you get to goal?  I can help you tune into your body's hunger and fullness without feeling deprived.  I can teach you not only how to lose weight for good but how to sustain that weight loss.  So if you are tired of being tired and not losing weight then you are in the right place. I will give you tips that you can start using the moment we get off the call. Set up your free 30 minute coaching session today at mominspiredshow.com/coaching   and if you can't find a time that works for you email me at amber@mominspiredshow.com  you can find all this information in the show notes, can't wait to meet you. If you liked this episode make sure to check out the episode with Dr Carolyn Delucia about how to balance your hormones as you age: https://mominspiredshow.com/how-to-balance-your-hormones-as-you-age-dr-carolyn-delucia-248-2/   Guest info: Megan Rempel Grab your freebie, 3 tips to getting started with your cycle syncing Website: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/605bf5bc6d0408a6de24ee65    

The Successful Nurse Coach
015: Client Spotlight - Amy Colombo

The Successful Nurse Coach

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 42:01


In this episode, Laura interviews Amy Colombo, who has created a lot of success within her first 3 months of private practice as a nurse coach. Amy shares her journey and certain aspects of this career that she loves. Amy “walks the walk” alongside her clients and this demonstrates true integrity. TIME STAMP [:30] Introducing Amy Colombo to the show [1:35] Amy shares her journey so far [4:33] Witnessing client transformations is the best part [6:10] The year of YES [7:00] Advice for new nurse coaches [12:30] Amy shares what she's most proud of since launching her private practice [14:22] Our life is never completely together [15:45] Energy work is so powerful in the coaching container [17:00] Bringing spirituality into the coaching calls is Big [20:00] Amy resigned from her full time job [24:15] Showing up for ourselves [27:50] Be ready. Follow your heart. This is the HARD that you choose. [28:25] Connect & invite [30:15] Take messy action [33:52] You don't have a coaching practice if you're not coaching [37:20] We can all serve each other with our gifts and talents Amy Colombo is a Transformative Life Coach, Registered Nurse and Mom to 3 boys.  She's passionate about personal development science and inner-child healing.  She's a self-proclaimed life-long learner creating life on her terms.  Her personal journey of healing from childhood trauma, depression and rage has led her to serving others by coaching through personal transformations.   Amy coaches people stuck in depression, anxiety and resentment and she was able to quit her full-time job after her first 90 days of starting her business. amycolombo@amycolombo.com  IG: @coachcolomborn Facebook.com/Amy.Colombo1 Make sure to subscribe, rate and review our podcast!  Join our facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/thesuccessfulnursecoach (HERE)  You can check us out on Instagram @successful_nursecoaches Website https://www.thesuccessfulnursecoaches.com/workwithus (https://www.thesuccessfulnursecoaches.com/workwithus)

BEAUTE INDUSTRIE
223: Reducing Downtime With Advanced Technology with Alison Webb from Cutis Dermatology

BEAUTE INDUSTRIE

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 21:02


Today's guest is Alison Webb from Cutis Dermatology. Alison is a Registered Nurse and Dermal Clinician with over 4 years' experience in Dermatology. She is passionate in all areas of medical, surgical and aesthetic Dermatology but has a particular interest in utilising laser and light-based devices to help patients reach optimal skin health. She finds treating pigmentary and vascular concerns rewarding. Alison enjoys keeping up with the latest in Dermatological advancements to ensure patients receive a high level of personalised and compassionate care. From Cutis Dermatology, today we welcome Registered Nurse and Dermal Clinician, Alison Webb. This episode was brought to you by our ABIC Sponsor Candela Medical. Beaute by ABIC Podcast is an independent podcast that operates with the support of our listeners (that's you!) So if you would like to support the show, we would very much appreciate that. Hit ‘subscribe' on Apple Podcasts or ‘follow' on Spotify, and leave a review if you're feeling especially generous and please follow us @aestheticbeautycouncil --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beaute-industrie/message

The Kyle Thiermann Show
#306 Thinking About Death w/ Hospice Nurse - Rachel Anticoli (Repost)

The Kyle Thiermann Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 85:57


Rachel Anticoli is a Registered Nurse currently working in hospice and palliative care. She started her Nursing career in the Emergency/Trauma Room, as an adrenaline seeker. She did travel ER/Trauma Nursing for about 12 years, imagining herself “saving the world.”   Along the way, she found California, yoga, Energy healing, and traveled to multiple countries in between travel assignments, seeking to heal and become herself, learning that saving the world, starts with saving yourself. Now she likes to practice being human along side other humans as they are faced with something we each will one day face…Death.  Contact Rachel: Rachel.Anticoli@gmail.com If you dig this podcast, would you be please leave a short review on Apple Podcasts? It's takes less than 60 seconds and makes a difference when I drop to my knees and beg hard-to-get guests to come on the show.  Learn about my work at kyle.surf Brought to you by Santa Cruz Medicinals, and RPM Training. Listen to Sourgrass RPM Training is a Norcal based active lifestyle brand founded on the idea that legit, purposeful functional training is the foundation of a truly full, adventurous life. I love their workout equipment and use it daily. Use the code KYLE10 at checkout and get 10% off any order.  Santa Cruz Medicinals CBD has supported this podcast from day one. Their founder actually convinced me to start the podcast! They make a range of potent CBD products and my personal favorite is the Peppermint Tincture, which I use most nights before before I go to bed. Use the code KYLE10 at checkout, and get 10% off any order. Sore muscles, be gone! Please consider supporting my work on Patreon. If you are financially strapped, just keep listening and give lots of high-fives. That's all the payment I need.  Connect with Kyle on Instagram | Twitter | YouTube Contact: info@kyle.surf The Motherfucker Awards Intro music by Nashe Howe “Life moves pretty fast ... if you don't look around once and a while, you could miss it.” - Ferris Buller

Designed To Inspire
Designed to Inspire EP 30 - Christal Brodziak

Designed To Inspire

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 65:27


Christal is a wife and Mother to 4 children. She has been a Registered Nurse in a small rural community since 2006 where she was born and raised. Then once she started her own family, her experiences with each child breastfeeding inspired her passion for breastfeeding. She became a Board Certified Lactation Consultant in 2019. Christal's passion is to help Mama's enjoy their postpartum, feeling supported and empowered, through holistic prenatal education. She also knows the struggles of living in rural areas where accessing care may not be easy or busy schedules not allowing enough time to fit everything in, so offering Virtual Consults is her jam. Additionally, Christal has taken continuing education on assessing and supporting families through tongue tie, which is also a service she has been able to address virtually.    What she wants to share with you is that challenges are temporary, you are strong and you can do this!   BScN 2006, IBCLC 2019 @christalbrodziaklc www.empoweredmamalactation.com Sign up for my weekly newsletter!   Resources: Website: www.daniandmadi.com Instagram: @daniandmadi Facebook: daniandmadi

Well & Worthy Life Podcast
What living healthy REALLY means (and how it supports you in menopause or perimenopause)

Well & Worthy Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 50:37


There is a lot of talk out there about what living healthy looks like but what does it mean and how does it support you in your menopause or perimenopause journey? That's what I'm talking about with Tessa Guevara on this episode. For the past 20+ years, Tessa has been a health care clinician working as a Registered Nurse for 8 years and then a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist for 15 years respectively. Because of her own story, which she shares in this episode, Tessa knows the value of healthy eating for cancer survivors. She became immersed in changing her own view of nutrition to the point of pursuing a functional nutrition certification. Tessa speaks to the power of listening to your body and advocating for your health. Many people confuse being healthy with an outward appearance like a person's weight or size but there is so much more to it. Tessa's mission is to teach women how to be healthy from within. She wants women to make educated decisions with their doctors.  To know that they have the power to have the energy they need to sleep well and feel good. Tessa's work is driven by a desire to empower women of all ages to realize their health and the quality of their life is a choice. The lifestyle habits you create today are so important! If you're in your menopause or perimenopause transition - or approaching those years! - she offers a lot of hope and truth for you in this conversation. Connect with Tessa: Instagram Contact Tessa for information about the hormonal health group program mentioned on this episode. The next group starts in May. Join me in my Balance programs! Balance Eating Method Balance Program  Message me with any menopause or perimenopause questions you want me to answer.

Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg
Cycle syncing: feeling your best during the month part 1: Megan Rempel: 287

Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 31:09


Do you feel burned out and don't know why? Today we have Megan Rempel, mom of 4, Registered Nurse, and Cycle Syncing expert on the show. In this 2 part episode Megan will share how she went from overwhelmed and exhausted to taking back control of her life. She shares with us in these two episodes how to uplevel our life with cycle syncing and what that actually means. Megan talks to us about ditching overwhelm and exhaustion using our female cycle as a guide. One topic that stood out to me is when she talked about getting the most out of our high energy days, and avoiding draining ourselves with tasks on our low energy days.  Hear what she has to say about this topic and more on the podcast.   Do you feel stuck, do you want to leave counting calories and dieting behind?  Do you feel you like you can achieve so much in life but your weight loss? Do you feel like you spend so much energy thinking about how to lose weight, what to eat, and if you can even keep the weight off once you get to goal?  I can help you tune into your body's hunger and fullness without feeling deprived.  I can teach you not only how to lose weight for good but how to sustain that weight loss.  So if you are tired of being tired and not losing weight then you are in the right place. I will give you tips that you can start using the moment we get off the call. Set up your free 30 minute coaching session today at mominspiredshow.com/coaching   and if you can't find a time that works for you email me at amber@mominspiredshow.com  you can find all this information in the show notes, can't wait to meet you. If you liked this episode make sure to check out the episode with Dr Carolyn Delucia about how to balance your hormones as you age: https://mominspiredshow.com/how-to-balance-your-hormones-as-you-age-dr-carolyn-delucia-248-2/   Guest info: Megan Rempel Grab your freebie, 3 tips to getting started with your cycle syncing Website: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/605bf5bc6d0408a6de24ee65    

HealthcareNOW Radio - Insights and Discussion on Healthcare, Healthcare Information Technology and More

We're back for season 5 of The Handoff with a very special guest, Dr. Sheldon D. Fields. Dr. Fields is the inaugural Associate Dean for Equity and Inclusion at Penn State University, where he is also a research professor in the College of Nursing. Dr. Fields was the first-ever male Registered Nurse selected for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellowship, in which he served as a policy adviser to Senator Barbara Mikulski on the Senate HELP committee during the passage of the Affordable Care Act. Dr. Fields is a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing, the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, and the National Academies of Practice. After more than 30 years in the healthcare industry, Dr. Fields has said that it is his personal mission to do everything he can to help nursing move forward with a plan to diversify the profession. Today he and I talk about what that plan looks like, what nurse educators need to do to help combat racism in the field, how we can recruit more diverse students into nursing and how we can teach nurses and nursing students to be anti-racist.

Daily Sabbath Podcast
Spiritual But Not Religious: vol.2 - with Guest Katie Lister

Daily Sabbath Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 73:08


In this second interview of the "Spiritual But Not Religious" Series, Pastor Jay Lee continues to explore what people mean when they identify in this way, and what the Church can learn from them. In this volume, Pastor Jay speaks with Katie Lister, a registered nurse and women's group facilitator in Canada, about her journey from growing up in a devout Christian household, to someone who does not believe in the Christian faith anymore but has found spirituality once again in a different form. We talk about some of the ways she has been hurt by Christians in her own family, the teachings of the Bible she disagrees with, what's beautiful in Christian community, current spiritual beliefs, how she determines what things to adopt or not, and how the positive influences from a Christian friend have helped catalyze her renewed spirituality. Guest Bio: Katie Lister (@katielister18) is a Registered Nurse who is on a mission to help people get unstuck and become the best, most authentic versions of themselves. She facilitates virtual women's groups, providing intentional connections where members are able to discuss challenges and ideas to receive collective feedback and support. She also will host a personal growth podcast which will launch in 2022. Living in beautiful British Columbia with her partner and dog, you will find her outside in her free time doing an outdoor activity such as surfing, skiing, or biking. Follow Katie on instagram @katielister18 and send her a DM if you are interested in Women's Groups, her podcast, and stay tuned for more to come! **** The closing song from this episode is "Take Me to New Heights" by Omayra Caban (@omayracabanmusic) - linktr.ee/OmayraCabanMusic **** If you would like to connect with Pastor Jay or support the podcast, visit: dailysabbath.com

Inside Aesthetics
Dr Steven Harris & Julie Horne - 'Treatments & Regions uncovered - Chapter 3: Lip fillers & peri-oral treatments' #167

Inside Aesthetics

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 117:13


Episode 167 hosts Dr Steven Harris & Julie Horne. Dr Harris is a leading cosmetic physician based in London, UK. (We previously hosted Dr Harris in Episode 122) He has an international reputation for his approach to injecting. He strongly believes in treating the face holistically and by fully respecting the patient's anatomy and it's proportions. Julie is a Registered Nurse and a global speaker. (We previously showcased her background in Episode 119) She is best known for her lip filler treatments and lip filler training where she showcases her own ‘Julie Horne Lips' technique.  In this mini-series called 'Treatments & Regions Uncovered', we drill down into how to approach specific areas of the face, what techniques can be used and what our guests have changed over time as they've mastered their techniques. Dr Jake also give his own insights into how he treats these areas too. In the 3rd chapter of the series we explore lip fillers and peri-oral treatments. Dr Harris and Julie Horne are both globally known for their contrasting styles when it comes to the lip region and we get a better understanding of how each of them approach this area of the face. We'll also explore the patient perspective and get an understanding of their needs and complaints, as well as discussing any alternative treatment options that might be considered. We discuss the anatomy and facial ageing signs of the area to better understand what's happening before going on a deep dive to find out: - How our guests do it - What products and tools they prefer and why - What approaches they use and why - What we can learn from their experiences and the complications that they've encountered We specifically cover: - The anatomy of the lips and the perioral region  - The impact of the bony platform and dentition on the lips: what should injectors know?  - What female patients want when they request lip and peri-oral treatments - Sexual dimorphism and the male lip patient: what do men want from a lip filler?  - The lip filler consultation: what questions should injectors be asking?   - Who shouldn't we treat for lips fillers with respect to age, previous treatments and the issue of overfilling   - Managing patients who've been elsewhere and want ‘a bit more': the art of educating patient, saying no and when dissolving may be appropriate - A deep dive into our guests methods of treating the lips: The Non-Surgical Lip Lift (NSLL) & Julie Horne Lips  - Some finer details of lip treatments: What should we do for patients with a long, flat philtrum?  How & when should we treat the philtral columns? How and when should we treat the oral commissures? - Lip filler downtime and aftercare: what to say and do for patients about swelling, bruising and ‘lumps'?  - The dangers of lip fillers including vascular occlusions and how to reduce this risk - What fillers should injectors use in the lips and what rheological factors might influence their choice?  - Are cannulas ever appropriate for a lip filler? - Lip flips: what is this technique and how do you do it?  - Peri-oral lines: what are they and what's the best way of approaching them  - Gummy smiles: how to treat them and should we treat them?   - Accordion lines: what are they and what do we do about them?    Show your support for IA via Patreon Follow IA on Instagram Visit our website  Subscribe to IA on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to IA on Spotify Contact Dr Jake & David  More about Dr Jake Follow Dr Jake on Instagram  Follow David on Instagram  Follow Dr Steven Harris on Instagram Follow Julie Horne on Instagram

House Calls
Hope and Healing

House Calls

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 54:06


April is a month of renewal and rebirth. At a time of darkness in the world, April brings the promise of hope and healing. Dr. Connie interviews special guest, Registered Nurse and business owner, Christine “Chrissy” Pacheco to discuss how to overcome life's challenges and promote healing and hope. Listen in to today's show. It's just what the doctor (and nurse) ordered.

Eating at a Meeting
131: Getting to the Heart of the Matter

Eating at a Meeting

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 60:02


In this special 2-part episode to kick off American Heart Month and Black History Month, Tracy is chatting with Valda Ford, a Registered Nurse and Public Health expert and Chef Author Jennifer Hill Booker. In the first 30 minutes, Tracy and Valda are going to talk about how and why she works tirelessly to find answers to complex questions if it will enable some person or some group to have a better experience - especially one that enhances their quality of life or access to care. Plus, how she changed a health scare with food. Then Jennifer and Tracy will talk about her being a culinary educator who believes that “food should taste like food” and the importance of cooking and eating seasonally. Plus, we'll get the low-down on her being one of three female chefs for Windstar Cruises 2022 James Beard Foundation-affiliated guest chef culinary cruise series. Connect with Tracy: facebook.com/groups/EatingataMeeting thrivemeetings.com

HealthyisHot
Redefining Fitness for Women with Mel Grauds, creator of MELROSE Training - Ep 107

HealthyisHot

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 37:00


In this week's episode of the Healthy Is Hot Podcast - presented by @clarinscanada - @thechloewilde chats with @melrosetraining about redefining fitness for women, and the mental and physical benefits of strength training. Mel Grauds is the creator of MELROSE Training, a platform to bring simple and effective online strength workouts to everyone at home. Prior to being a personal trainer she was a Registered Nurse for 6 years, which gives her a unique lens to put her clients health first and help them take care of themselves in a meaningful way. Low impact strength training changed her life, her mind and her body. It's a style of training that is empowering and fulfilling, and it lights Mel up to share movement with her clients. Mel has a no BS approach to wellness for women which matches well with Chloe's no BS approach to life; so you know this is going to be a great chat! Follow Mel on IG: @melrosetraining

The Intersect: The Official Podcast of FAbM Base
S1 E7: "What if I can't afford to be in the 2% failure rate of FABM methods?" with Louise Boychuck

The Intersect: The Official Podcast of FAbM Base

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 45:48


Louise Boychuk is a Registered Nurse and Marquette Method instructor who lives in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. She is the director of Vitae Fertility Education, a collective of Marquette Instructors who teach the method virtually and in-person. She's passionate about teaching couples about the science and research behind NFP in an approachable and easy-to-understand way. The theme of our conversation with Louise is “What if I can't afford to be in the 2% failure rate of fertility awareness methods?” Some couples are desperate to avoid pregnancy, and with good reason. Louise discussed how Fertility Awareness Based Methods can be customized for the individual in this situation, when to consider a method switch, and the importance of a good instructor fit. The desire to avoid pregnancy falls somewhere on a spectrum that ranges from great need to “we'll see what happens.” We talked about the effect of mindset and how abstinence plays into these important decisions. Louise also broke down PCOS for us in a way that we could understand and explained how Marquette and other methods approach charting the woman with complicated hormone patterns. It was an absolute joy to have this chat with Louise and we hope you enjoy it! Make sure to check out this FREE resource she provided for all of our listeners: Straight Talk About NFP Effectiveness (vitaefertility.com)

RunChats with @RonRunsNYC
Sam Roecker - Running To Support the Mental Health & Well-Being of Nurses! | RunChats Ep.80

RunChats with @RonRunsNYC

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 62:38


Meet Sam Roecker, nurse and sub-2:30 marathoner! Sam will be toeing the line at the 126th Boston Marathon in Moxie scrubs to support the mental health and well-being of healthcare workers. Sam will try to break the Guinness Book of Records marathon time of 3:08 while running in nursing scrubs to raise awareness and funds for the American Nurses Association for their well-being initiative. When Sam's physician assistant friend's NYC Pediatric Hospital was converted to an adult COVID care unit to accommodate the overflow, she put her life on the line to care for patients. She now suffers from PTSD, anxiety, and depression as do so many others. When Sam couldn't find resources to help, she decided to combine her two passions to raise money and awareness. We also discussed: running at Providence College, CIM, US Marathon Champs, Pan American Games (5th in Lima, Peru, repping the US), and going sub-2:30 at the Marathon Project The funds Sam will raise will go towards the American Nurses Foundation's Well-Being Initiative programs, supporting the mental health and wellness of Registered Nurses in the United States. Program support includes complementary therapy resources, expressive writing programs, financial consulting, podcasts and mobile apps dedicated to mental health and well-being, as well as content dedicated to grief and bereavement. You can find more information at: https://givetonursing.networkforgood.com/projects/152794-samantha-roecker-marathon-fundraiser Kudos to Sam for taking action on this important initiative! If you see her out there on Marathon Monday give her some well-deserved love! I hope you all enjoy this conversation as much as I did! If you enjoy the episode, it would mean the world to me if you would rate the podcast or write a review and share feedback wherever you get your podcast groove on. Connect With Sam: Instagram: @samroecker Connect With Ron: Personal Instagram: @ronrunsnyc Podcast Instagram: @runchats_with_ronrunsnyc Facebook: https://fb.me/runchats Website: https://ronrunsnyc.com ---- Produced by: David Margittai | In Post Media Website: https://www.inpostmedia.com Email: david@inpostmedia.com Social: @_margittai © 2022 Ron Romano

The Handoff
How do we teach nurses to be anti-racist?

The Handoff

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 32:12


We're back for season 5 of The Handoff with a very special guest, Dr. Sheldon D. Fields. Dr. Fields is the inaugural Associate Dean for Equity and Inclusion at Penn State University, where he is also a research professor in the College of Nursing.  Dr. Fields was the first-ever male Registered Nurse selected for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellowship, in which he served as a policy adviser to Senator Barbara Mikulski on the Senate HELP committee during the passage of the Affordable Care Act. Dr. Fields is a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing, the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, and the National Academies of Practice.  After more than 30 years in the healthcare industry, Dr. Fields has said that it is his personal mission to do everything he can to help nursing move forward with a plan to diversify the profession. Today he and I talk about what that plan looks like, what nurse educators need to do to help combat racism in the field, how we can recruit more diverse students into nursing and how we can teach nurses and nursing students to be anti-racist. Links to recommended reading:  The Future of Nursing 2020-2030 National Commission to Address Racism in Nursing  The full transcript for this episode can be found here: http://www.trustedhealth.com/the-handoff-podcast/sheldon-fields

Ben Greenfield Fitness
How Much Exercise Is Too Much, Why Calorie Restriction May Be A Bad Thing, The Downsides of Hormesis & Other Shocking Health Myth Debunked With Jay Feldman and Mike Fave.

Ben Greenfield Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2022 77:51


BenGreenfieldFitness.com/energybalance Are you exercising too much? Is hormesis a bad thing? How much exercise is too much? Should we be avoiding things like carb restriction, saunas and cold? Is caloric restriction really not necessary for lifespan? My first guest on this podcast - Jay Feldman - is a health coach, independent health researcher, and the host of The Energy Balance Podcast, and has strong opinions on all the questions above, and many others. He has degrees in neuroscience and exercise physiology from the University of Miami and decided to forgo medical school after realizing that the conventional medical approach was not the solution to the health problems that so many of us face. After working through various conventional and alternative health paradigms and trialing countless diets (including everything from vegetarian to keto), Jay came across the idea that cellular energy is the foundation of our health. He now uses a bioenergetic approach to help men and women around the world maximize their cellular energy and achieve freedom from low-energy symptoms like chronic hunger & cravings, fatigue, brain fog, poor sleep, gut issues, and weight gain. Jay is joined here by Mike Fave, an independent researcher, and a Registered Nurse. Traditionally educated in western medicine as an RN, his true passion is independent research. He spent close to a decade with his head inside a Pubmed article or a physiology textbook, and his heart in some type of nutrition or supplement experiment. In the beginning of his journey, Mike damaged his health getting caught up in dietary dogma and nutrition ideology. He went the western medical route to try to fix the damage and wound up getting talked into a surgery he didn't need. It's taken him years to recover, but he doesn't regret it because he learned significantly from his mistakes. He saw all sides of the spectrum from being a patient to being a practitioner to being a part of the alternative health scene. He takes his lessons, experiences, and knowledge to help others not only avoid the mistakes he made, but help them rebuild their health without dogma, ideology, or authoritarianism. During our discussion, you'll discover: -The history of the bioenergetic model... -How Jay and Mike reconcile the dichotomy between their view and the traditional view of a hormetic approach to health... -Why the traditional hormetic model is incorrect... -What causes energy access that leads to chronic disease… -What Jay and Mike's model looks like in the real world... -Clarity on what Jay and Mike's model does NOT mean... -Better ways to get the benefits of hormesis without the stress of hormesis... -And much more... Upcoming Events: RUNGA: The Gathering (May 12-14, 2022). Register for the event now by clicking here (only 50 spots available, going FAST!) Health Optimisation Summit, May 22-29, 2022 Keep up on Ben's LIVE appearances by following bengreenfieldfitness.com/calendar Episode sponsors: -Lucy Nicotine Gum -Magnesium Breakthrough -Endure -Dry Farm Wines -Kion Sleep Do you have questions, thoughts or feedback for Jay Feldman or me? Leave your comments below and one of us will reply!

The Laura Flanders Show
Intern Adelle Villarente's Audio Story: Unsung Heroes: Filipino Nurses on the Front Lines During COVID-19

The Laura Flanders Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 20:02


Here at The Laura Flanders Show we have a comprehensive Internship program where participants work hands-on gaining first hand knowledge about our independent movement media operation producing our TV, radio and podcast productions. Throughout the program our entire staff spends time with each intern sharing their expertise and knowledge from editing to scripting to promotions and technical skills, and more. We mentor our interns and guide them in producing their own media pieces. You are about to hear one of those stories produced by Adelle Villarente, a sociology and Spanish language student at John Jay College.Podcast Description:   Filipino nurses account for a small number of nurses in the U.S., but their impact on the American healthcare system is anything but miniscule. So when it came to light that about 31.5% of Filipino nurses died from COVID-19, Filipinos everywhere joined together in a sense of bayanihan or solidarity and community between all Filipinos. In contrast, mainstream media were quick to report on the tragedy instead of finding solutions for frontline workers. As we pass through the two year anniversary of the initial wave of COVID-19 in the U.S., how much has changed since then and what actions can we take to ensure the health and safety of Filipino nurses and healthcare workers at large?Adelle Villarente, a Filipino and daughter of nurses herself, watched her parents and relatives risk their lives while working at the hospital in 2020. With the help of folks from her community, Adelle speaks with Dr. Leo-Felix Jurado, professor, chairperson, and past president and executive director of the Philippine Nurses Association of America.  And we also heard from two Filipino registered nurses who came to the U.S. in the 90's (who have asked to remain anonymous).  Both identified actionable models of change for our nurses, and especially for our Filipino nurses, so they can be better cared for and protected in the U.S. healthcare system. GUESTS:Dr. Leo-Felix Jurado, Professor; Chairperson; former President and Executive Director of the Philippine Nurses Association of America, PhD, RN, APN, NE-BC, CNE, FAAN*Registered nurse using the alias Joaquin Villanueva*Registered nurse using the alias Rowena dela Cruz*Choose to remain anonymousFor more information on our internship associate program, please email us at info@LauraFlanders.org

Whole Motherhood
Making Peace with Your Cycle with Megan Rempel

Whole Motherhood

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 54:51


4/7/22- I talk to Megan Rempel about understanding your menstrual cycle through a new lens. We talk about tapping into your cycle rhythms to truly make the most of each phase, and learning to adjust your nutrition, movement, and productivity during each one. Megan is a Registered Nurse with a certificate through the Institute of […]

Richard Skipper Celebrates
Richard Skipper Celebrates Beyond the Mask w/Ellen Matzer & Valery Hughes 4/5/22

Richard Skipper Celebrates

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 79:00


For Video Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/AThJ5ceLG50 Set amid the beginning turmoil of New York's COVID crisis, Beyond the Mask is a fictional psychological chronicle of six health care workers in a callous city hospital system.  Ellen Matzer was born in the late-fifties and was raised first in California before moving to Queens. She attended public school. Ellen, like Valery found the ICU to be over- run with young men coming in with severe respiratory symptoms progressing rapidly to death. This became the focus of her career for the following fifteen years. In 1985 she joined the staff of St. Clare's Hospital and Health center, the first designated AIDS CENTER in NYC, the first RN hired specifically to work in the AIDS Center.  The first wave saw health care workers making ethical decisions right in the emergency departments, no time to think, discuss or plan. Intubate or not. Period. When PPE was in short supply, no vaccination available, death was inevitable. Valery Hughes was born in the mid-fifties and was raised in Queens with her two sisters. She attended public school. She received her RN degree (as an Associate of Applied Science) from the City University at Queensborough Community College in the mid-seventies and worked as a registered nurse for several years before continuing her education. Along the way she worked in hospitals as a staff nurse in surgery, intensive care, surgical intensive care and emergency medicine. She spent a short time in Thailand working in the Admissions Ward (Emergency Department) at the hospital at the Khao-I-Dang Refugee Camp at the Thai-Cambodian border. The Cornell Clinical Trials Unit is a part of the NIH AIDS Clinical Trials Group (ACTG).

MelissaBPhD's podcast
EP101 - AARP/ Age-Friendly Social Innovation Challenge Housing

MelissaBPhD's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 8:20


One in every five Americans—nearly 80 million people—will be over 65 in 20 years, and surveys suggest that almost 90% intend to stay in their own homes  as long as possible. However, the nation now lacks the affordable housing and accompanying social services required to meet these needs. In particular, the four issues are; The majority of houses in the United States are inaccessible to older adults with limited mobility. Many older Americans who remain at home will need pricey long-term care. Millions of older adults cannot maintain their present living arrangements due to financial constraints. Isolation is common among older adults who live alone. We invite you to join us in another episode of This Is Getting Old with these circumstances in mind. Today's episode is Part 6: Housing—the 6th episode of the 10-part AARP/ Age-Friendly Social Innovation Challenge.  Watch the full episode to learn more about housing-related issues, programs, and innovative solutions for older adults. Key points covered in this episode:  ✔️Aging In America As Seen In Nomadland Have you watched Nomadland?  The 2020 movie Nomadland has so many issues related to aging in America, from managing multiple chronic illnesses while living in a van, to finding employment after the age of 60. But it also has some heartwarming scenes because it demonstrates the importance of having a social network and being connected to other people, no matter how old you are. The movie shows resilience and how some older adults find a solution to losing their homes. ✔️ Housing - Scenario Monica, 67 years old, is living in Alexandria. She's lived in the same neighborhood for 30 years, a small two-bedroom house and her partner died about seven years ago. Since her arthritis has gotten worse, she's been thinking about leaving her home so she can afford to move, but nothing in her neighborhood is affordable. She's worried that she'll need in-home care or need to remodel her home and make it more accessible for mobility declines. Monica got a home equity loan on her house to help her kids buy their own homes. Also, Monica's currently living on Social Security, which will not cover higher housing or care costs.  ✔️ Housing - Problem Statement  Monica needs a way to transform her community because she has roots, connections, and a sense of community written into the fabric of her life. ✔️ Housing - Innovative Solutions  To help Monica and others access more affordable options and resources, we need to reframe the conversation around zoning and land use in our communities to increase density and encourage mixed-use. More notably, community support, family, and friends are important for Monica—this is important for all of us - no matter how old we are.  ✔️ Aging In Place Solutions for Older Adults Aging in Place begins with Housing. Ideas to solve these problems include; Forward-thinking when designing communities as Ryan Frederick does - retro-fitting spaces to be physically accessible and safe with universal design solutions.  If you'd like to learn more about Housing options and different models for housing, you can visit the AARP website on Housing in Livable Communities. You can also check out episode 40 on the Role of Place in Healthy Aging with Ryan Frederick on MelissaBPhD.com or on our YouTube channel. CAPABLE stands for Community Aging In Place: Advancing Better Living for Elders and is a person-directed, home-based solution that addresses both functional ability and healthcare expenses. CAPABLE provides integrated services by an Occupational Therapist, a Registered Nurse, and a handyman who all work together with the older adult to set goals and develop a plan to change behaviors to improve health and promote independence and safety.  If you'd like to learn more about this program, you can visit the website or email CAPABLEinfo@jhu.edu for more information.  You may also have another idea for a solution - or know of a program that would help older adults and their families facing similar challenges. Please add your comments below this video - or on my website where this episode can be found - MelissaBPhD.com We'd love to hear from you! --------------------------------------------- If you have questions, comments, or need help, please feel free to drop a one-minute audio or video clip and email it to me at melissabphd@gmail.com, and I will get back to you by recording an answer to your question.  About Melissa Batchelor, Ph.D., R.N., FNP-BC, FGSA, FAAN: I earned my Bachelor of Science in Nursing ('96) and Master of Science in Nursing ('00) as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) from the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) School of Nursing (SON). I genuinely enjoy working with the complex medical needs of older adults. I worked full-time for five years as FNP in geriatric primary care across many long-term care settings (skilled nursing homes, assisted living, home, and office visits), then transitioned into academic nursing in 2005, joining the faculty at UNCW SON as a lecturer. I obtained my Ph.D. in Nursing and a post-master's Certificate in Nursing Education from the Medical University of South Carolina College of Nursing ('11). I then joined the faculty at Duke University School of Nursing as an Assistant Professor. My family moved to northern Virginia in 2015 and led to me joining the George Washington University (G.W.) School of Nursing faculty in 2018 as a (tenured) Associate Professor. I am also the Director of the G.W. Center for Aging, Health, and Humanities. Please find out more about her work at https://melissabphd.com/.

Ask Nurse Alice
How To Deal With Working Mom Guilt As a Nurse: tips for parents to set boundaries and overcome it (with burnout expert, Diana Page MSN,RN, APRN)

Ask Nurse Alice

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 33:36


After working tirelessly at the bedside caring for patients and working in high-stress conditions, many nurses have families they must return to and continue to care for. How can I as a nurse protect myself, my time, and energy so I can enjoy my life outside my shift? How does one successfully juggle the stressors and demands of work and still have the energy to take care of our family at home?In this episode Nurse Alice speaks with Diana Page, an outpatient neurology nurse practitioner, burnout expert, and mentor helping exhausted nursing professionals have optimal work-life balance through mentorship, education, empowerment, and community. She founded Selfcare Catalyst LLC in 2020 and has helped dozens of nurses find fulfillment outside of work and clarity on their place in nursing.

The  Period  Party
247: Your Chronic Illness Doesn't Define Who You Are with Jenneh Rishe

The Period Party

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 38:17


Jenneh Rishe is a Registered Nurse who lives with endometriosis and several other chronic illnesses, and she is the founder of The Endometriosis Coalition and author of the upcoming book, Part of You, Not All of You. Jenneh's focus in her work and in her book is on educating and encouraging people suffering from chronic illness, advocating for their needs, and teaching them how to live a full and fulfilled life that doesn't center around their condition.    In this episode, we talk about the double standard when it comes to women's health in the medical community, the frightening overnight decline Jenneh experienced with her health, why Jenneh founded the Endometriosis Coalition, how people with chronic illnesses can navigate the new dynamics created in relationships and at work, and so much more! To learn more visit https://nicolejardim.com/podcasts/your-chronic-illness-doesnt-define-who-you-are-jenneh-rishe/. Podcast Production Support: Amazing Gains | https://listenerstoclients.com

Habit Based Lifestyle
EP439 Nancy Rebecca Interview

Habit Based Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 64:52


Today I am joined by the incredible Nancy Rebecca.   Nancy is a Registered Nurse who also serves as a spiritual guide for thousands of people, including myself.   Working in the spiral realm for the past 25 years, Nancy specializes in helping people heal and align the body's energy systems, allowing them to fulfill their purpose.  She dives into the purpose of auras and chakras, as well as the importance of meditation in increasing your aura. Nancy is an incredible resource, and I can't wait for you to discover her incredible abilities.  Be sure to check out her website at http://www.intuitivemind.org to learn more about everything we talked about on the show.  -- Are you looking to connect with a group of like-minded habit hacking people? Join my private Facebook group along with 100's of others in my habit-based lifestyle secrets page https://www.Facebook.com/groups/307809586529906/ where I'll be dropping daily habits, tips, and tricks every single week.   Want additional information on our programs and other ways to get involved, check out my website http://jesseewell.com/ or www.Habitbasedlifestyle.com

registered nurses habitbasedlifestyle
Women & ADHD
Casey-Lee Flood: Sensory overwhelm, burnout & an adult autism diagnosis

Women & ADHD

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 60:40


Episode 79 with Casey-Lee Flood. "I did 5,000 things today, but I still feel inadequate because I have 10,000 things left to do." Casey-Lee is a Registered Nurse and a Holistic Health and Wellness Nurse Coach. Her company @nourishthenurturer supports other neurodivergent nurses and caregivers with their sustainable self-care.  If you work in healthcare or if you're in a caretaking profession, you do not want to miss this episode. We talk all about burnout in its many forms, as well as why so many nurses and healthcare workers tend to be neurodivergent. We also talk about sensory overwhelm and its relationship to depression.  Also, Casey-Lee describes her experience with receiving a dual diagnosis of ADHD and Autism last year, and how that has provided her not only with clarity in her personal life and how she experiences the world, but also with how she is better able to help her clients.  Website: linktr.ee/artfullapothecary Instagram: @nourishthenurturer   Find the transcript of this episode at www.womenandadhd.com/transcripts   - - - - - Finally ... you've found your people! Now come join us in the Women & ADHD online community: www.womenandadhd.com - - - - - Work 1-on-1 with Katy: www.womenandadhd.com/coaching - - - - -   Exclusive deals for listeners: Women & ADHD listeners can now receive 10% off your first month of BetterHelp. betterhelp.com/womenadhd - - - - - Women & ADHD listeners can now receive 20% off your order at magicmind.co/womenadhd. Use the code ADHD at checkout.  - - - - - Women & ADHD listeners can now receive 10% off your order at HelpfulHemp.com/womenadhd. Use the code WOMENADHD at checkout. - - - - -   If you are a woman who was diagnosed with ADHD in adulthood and you'd like to be a guest on this podcast, please reach out to Katy via email womenandADHDpodcast@gmail.com. Instagram: @womenandadhdpodcast Tiktok: @womenandadhdpodcast Twitter: @womenandadhd Facebook: @womenandadhd

Trust the Journey .today
99: Conscious Connections – Shannon Hernandez

Trust the Journey .today

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2022 75:11


Welcome to our second episode in the Conscious Connections series with Mel! Today, Mel is connecting with Shannon, a long time friend and kindred spirit. Shannon Hernandez is a former Registered Nurse and Massage Therapist. Shannon is what some might call a transformation junkie, always seeking to grow and integrate what she has learned, and […]

Men Are Nuts
Amina Wynne Registered Nurse talks about the wall of denial & coping with Ulcerative Colitis Crohn's

Men Are Nuts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 136:01


On the show today we have Amina Wynne who is a Registered Nurse specializing in hospice palliative care hailing from Coconut Creek Florida. Amina is a Single mom of 1 daughter and has been Vegan 4 years. Amina talks about dealing racism living in West Virgina and moving to Florida to blend in. Amina struggled at a young age which lead to bulimia. She talks about not having anyone to turn to and trying to escape her realities. Listen to Amina's inspiring story of beating the odds and how we should parent in the modern era.

Breakthrough Success
Turning Childhood Dreams Into Successful Businesses With Melane Mullings -- (Ep. 695)

Breakthrough Success

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 18:57


We all have childhood dreams, but many of us forget about them as we get older. This episode will reveal how you can reignite those dreams and turn them into a business. You can start out with a side hustle that acts as a profitable hobby. However, some people turn their seedlings into full-time enterprises. About Our GuestMelane Mullings is a successful entrepreneur, cancer survivor, former Registered Nurse, Business Management Consultant and now author. Melane shares her unconventional strategies to success in her book: Lemonade! Squeeze Your Challenging Life Experiences Into a Successful Business, and through her Business Management Consulting practice, Aere Management Consulting. Key Links from the Episodehttps://www.melanemullings.com (Melane's website) -- get updates on her book https://www.instagram.com/iam.melanemullings/ (Follow Melane on Instagram) http://contentmarketingsuccesssummit.com (Content Marketing Success Summit)

Sparks of Marketing
Starting a passive income side hustle

Sparks of Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 24:29


With healthcare burnout at an all time high, clinicians everywhere are looking for other ways to earn an income or to pursue a passion project that brings them joy. My guest this week, BriAnne Bell, RN, went through this journey before the pandemic when working 12 hours shifts in the ER no longer worked for her life as a mom. She shares her journey, what she's learned and how she helps other nurses as host of The Passive Income Nurse Podcast.   Join The Clinician's Social Media Club Presenting The Clinician's Social Media Club! Each month, members get access to...     Engaging, fill-in-the-blank social media captions from an experienced healthcare writer (me!).  Customizable Canva templates designed to grab your audience's attention to match the captions.  Ways to use healthcare hashtag holidays to educate and inspire your audience.  Explainer video lessons about how to use the new templates + open office hours. Our healthcare system needs A LOT of fixes. This is one small area where I can solve the overwhelm for clinicians. My goal is to make social media easy and affordable so that experts can save time and have a bigger impact in this world. This Club is SUPER affordable ($47/month) and SUPER awesome. My beta members are already loving it.  Ready to make social media for your practice or healthcare business a whole lot easier? Join The Clinician's Social Media Club for only $47/month to get access to monthly social media captions and matching Canva templates designed with clinicians in mind.   About BriAnne Bell: BriAnne Bell is a Registered Nurse, Entrepreneur, Passive Income Advocate, Time Freedom Strategist & Basic Budget Boss! Host of The Passive Income Nurse Podcast - the podcast for faith-led nurses & healthcare professionals who are looking to grow outside of the hospital walls, get creative & make some money online. On her podcast she walks nurses and other healthcare professionals through different ways to create a passive income so they can create freedom and flexibility in their lives.   About Wendy:   I help healthcare experts stand out by telling their story on websites, emails and social media. When it comes to marketing, the greatest waste is an idea that fails to connect to its audience – not because it wasn't a good idea but because it wasn't packaged as a great story.   My goal is to help clinicians stand out with content marketing. I've worked in marketing communications for nearly 20 years and experienced firsthand the rapid pace of change in this space. I launched Sparkr Marketing to help you stay ahead in this age of information overload. I'll help you filter through the countless marketing tactics to find the right ones to reach your target market. Most importantly, I help your business stay true to your story.   Follow me on Instagram and LinkedIn       Listen on iTunes   Listen on Spotify   Listen on Stitcher   Follow me on Instagram and LinkedIn   Want to talk strategy for your business? Be in touch! Let's talk.       Got a chance to leave me a review?   I so appreciate reviews for the podcast on iTunes. It helps me build awareness for the show and help more people like you. It will also help me understand what is helpful and what matters the most to you so that I can constantly improve. If you got value from this episode, please take a moment to leave your honest rating and review. You can do that by clicking here.

Hazard Ground
Ep. 265 - Phyllis Wilson (CW5, Ret., U.S. Army/ President, Military Women's Memorial)

Hazard Ground

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 107:07


Phyllis Wilson served 37 years in the U.S. Army as Military Intelligence traveling the globe. She served with Operation Desert Storm, Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. In addition to her military accolades, Wilson is also a Registered Nurse and holds two Masters degrees. After retiring from the military, she has continued to be a pillar of strength for women, both in and out of the military. She currently serves as President of the Women in Military Service for America Memorial Foundation that sits in front of Arlington National Cemetery – the only major national memorial honoring the 3 Million women who have defended America from the Revolutionary War to today.  www.womensmemorial.org Support the podcast by supporting our sponsors at www.hazardground.com/sponsors Shop Amazon! As an Amazon Associate We Earn From Qualifying Purchases...You Know The Deal! (Paid Link) Help grow the show! Spread the word, tell a friend!! Subscribe, rate, and review on Apple Podcasts! Episode Intro Music: “Prelude” by “Silence & Light” (www.silenceandlightmusic.com) Photo Credit: Phyllis Wilson

Jacent’s Gems
Samantha's Gems: Holistic Practices For Better Health

Jacent’s Gems

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 25:04


Samantha Soto is a Registered Nurse in the Medical Intensive Care Unit in Southern Arizona only Level 1 Trauma Center. Born and raised in Douglas, Arizona, Samantha graduated from Cochise College and transferred to Arizona State University for her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Samantha has been working on a holistic nursing journal encouraging nurses to utilize journaling as a technique for burnout prevention, increase awareness for self-discovery, and increase wellbeing by creating solutions through creativity. Samantha hopes to create community of nurses who are willing to live intentionally and support one another to not only excel in their professional roles but also in their personal lives by giving oneself permission to dream big. ____________________ Connect With Jacent Text “FREEDOM” to 702 829 5260 IG: @jacentsgems IG: @wealthandwellnessuniversity FB Page: @SixFigureMoneyMindsetCoach FB Group: From $90k in Debt to $90k in The Bank: Building Wealth & Wellness Twitter: @jacentsgems LinkedIn: jacent-wamala-m-s-lmft-aa8baa194 Wamala Wellness Youtube: Jacent at Wamala Wellness Therapy Wealth & Wellness University Youtube: Jacent at Wealth & Wellness University Website: www.wamalawellness.com Join Wealth & Wellness University: https://my.wealthandwellnessuniversity.com/fb-group-a-2101 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jacentsgems/support

Are You Menstrual?
Supporting The Vagus Nerve with Ami Brannon from Neuvana

Are You Menstrual?

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 61:15


Are You Menstrual? – In this episode, we are covering an important topic for the healing journey and that is the vagus nerve. I'm joined by Ami Brannon. Ami is a co-founder of Neuvana and was the company's Chief Executive Officer in its startup phase.  She currently serves as Chief Revenue Officer, focusing on marketing, sales, and the customer experience.  She is devoted to optimizing wellness and mental health through neuroscience to fight the devastating health effects of stress-induced illness.  Ami is a Registered Nurse with over 20 years' experience in hospital-based healthcare.  She served in both clinical and leadership roles in ICU and invasive procedural areas. Ami holds a BS in Nursing and a BS in Psychology from the University of Central Florida.The goal of this episode is to give you an introduction of how the vagus nerve works and how you can support it on your healing journey. Links/Resources:Neuvana website: https://neuvanalife.com/ Check out Xen: https://neuvanalife.com/products/xen?... Neuvana IG:  https://www.instagram.com/neuvanalife/ Coupon code for Xen: AMANDA10IG post on pelvic floor:https://www.instagram.com/p/CQY0KvdtBZP/  Free Training: Optimizing Hormone Health with Mineral Balance:https://bit.ly/3iwRDMkMineral Imbalance Quiz:https://bit.ly/3ycEn4h

JM4C's Together 4 Change
Sector Spotlight: Healthcare

JM4C's Together 4 Change

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 12:36


Jane Golberg, Director of JM4C sits down with Caitlin Turkowski, Registered Nurse with the Rock County Public Health Department to discuss how coalitions can engage members from the healthcare sector to be more engaged with coalition work. The fifth episode in a series of twelve.

Bear Toes
Entry 39: Swiften' w/ Mallory Rodgers

Bear Toes

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 152:52


Mallory Rodgers is not only a Registered Nurse who specializes in Pediatric Neurology but TAYLOR SWIFTS NUMBER ONE FAN BABAYY! We had a wonderful talk about music, life in the emergency lane, and her personal hero; Kanye West. OW OWWW! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beartoes/support

HealthCare UnTold
Jennifer Esteen: Registered Nurse and Candidate for California State Assembly

HealthCare UnTold

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 33:51


Jennifer Esteen is a registered nurse, mother, and community leader serving on the Eden Municipal Advisory Council and the Alameda Health System Board of Trustees. She has spent her career delivering for the most vulnerable, first as a psychiatric nurse in the San Francisco General Hospital Psychiatric Emergency Room, where she saw firsthand the vicious cycle that patients experience from diminished funding for mental health care. Jennifer is ready to fight for her community and is running    for State Assembly in Sacramento. She will be a champion for working families – advocating for policies that will keep our communities safe and healthy. Jennifer will fight to ensure corporations and special interests pay their fair share, so our community has access to housing they can afford, healthcare they deserve, and a quality education.   More up to date information is available at jenniferesteen.com or on Twitter, on Facebook, or on Instagram. #jenniferesteen#healthcareuntold#gentecare

Becoming A Stress-Free Nurse Practitioner
Ep #57: Navigating the Financial Transition from Registered Nurse to Nurse Practitioner with Katelyn Magnuson

Becoming A Stress-Free Nurse Practitioner

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 44:37


Katelyn gives us the lowdown on saving, investing, and setting up your finances. She's guiding us through the foundational pieces that can make all the difference moving forward, and sharing her advice on some of the most common obstacles we face in personal finance and making a higher income.     Get full show notes and more information here: http://www.stressfreenp.com/57

The  Period  Party
244: When Is The Right Time For Hormone Replacement Therapy? with Jill Chmielewski

The Period Party

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 42:57


Jill Chmielewski is a Registered Nurse, Certified Health Coach, Advocate for Aging Women, and Mom of Four who is on a mission to change the way we approach menopause and aging. Jill believes that education is the key to helping women understand their bodies, manage their health, and advocate for themselves as they age. She created The Peri to Menopause Roadmap and The Beginner's Guide to Hormone Replacement Therapy to help women navigate the wild ride from perimenopause through menopause and beyond and she recently launched Pausing Together, an online community for women to connect, learn, and open up discussions on the topics that affect "PAUSAL" women. In this episode, we talk about the misconceptions around menopause, common symptoms of perimenopause, the right approach to hormone testing in perimenopause, when to consider hormone replacement therapy, how to find the right practitioner, and so much more! To learn more visit https://nicolejardim.com/podcasts/when-is-the-right-time-for-hormone-replacement-therapy-jill-chmielewski/. Podcast Production Support: Amazing Gains | https://listenerstoclients.com

THE PASSIVE INCOME NURSE - Make Money Online, Work from Home, Start a Side Hustle, Nurse Entrepreneur, Debt Free Goals, Budge
Networth Nurse Interview ”When It Comes To Your Financial Future, You Have To Take A Front Seat Approach To This Because No One Is Going To Do It For You” With Savannah Arroyo

THE PASSIVE INCOME NURSE - Make Money Online, Work from Home, Start a Side Hustle, Nurse Entrepreneur, Debt Free Goals, Budge

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2022 35:45


THIS IS EPISODE 100, ya'll!! I am so thankful for each and every one of you that listen to the show. I am continuing to learn and grow in this space and the future of this podcast and where it's going excites me! Today you are going to have the pleasure of hearing from fellow nurse, Savannah Arroyo. Savannah is a Registered Nurse in Los Angeles, California AND is also the CEO & Founder of Networth Nurse™.  Her vision is to EMPOWER all nurses to take control of their net worth. She discusses the importance of having financial freedom and investing for nurses and also uncovers some misconceptions that nurses have surrounding investing.  Let's DIVE in!  NEXT STEPS: STEP 1: Need to get Clarity on Your Calling?! Check out Clarify your Calling Course HERE!!  STEP 2: Wanna start a podcast? This is the exact course I took! Podcast Pro University HERE!! STEP 3: Want to do 1:1 coaching with me! Email me at brianne.brannebell.com _____________________________ HOW YOU CAN CONNECT WITH SAVANNAH:  Website: www.networthnurse.co  Email: savannah@thenetworthnurse.com Instagram: @thenetworthnurse If you haven't had the chance, please FOLLOW the Show & Give a 5-Star Rating + Written REVIEW on iTunes, this helps the show grow and reach more nurses just like you!    LET'S HANG OUT!  1. Follow along with BriAnne on Instagram @thepassiveincomenurse for more behind the scenes, reel life, inspiration and encouragement!  2. Join the The Passive Income Nurse Podcast Community on FB, a place to continue the conversation about making money online -- discover how to make money online + make an impact!   3. Website + Wellness Blog: www.briannebell.com 4. Email brianne@brainnebell.com  

The Mom Manual
#030 - How I Focus on Independent Sleep from the Start with Kayla Squier

The Mom Manual

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 32:26


Follow Kayla on Instagram @serenitysleepconsulting and check out her website HERE.    "Working as a Registered Nurse for 12 years had me feeling confident to transition into motherhood but when I gave birth at the height of the pandemic, I struggled during lockdown and sleep deprivation hit me like a ton of bricks. I knew there had to be something I could do to support my little one in the sleep department. I started to work on what I like to call Sleep Shaping, baby boy Eli turned into a champion sleeper and it was life changing. Eli hit 6 months and we were expecting again, I knew I wanted to know everything about sleep, I obtained my Sleep Consultant Certification and decided to turn my passion into a service based company to help other families. I launched Serenity last year and it has been an amazing experience. " SleepOut: https://sleepoutcurtains.com/products/the-sleepout-curtain?sca_ref=1600775.k86LvK8TSh Code: Serenity10    Dreamland: https://t.nylas.com/t1/86/282nqoxyid5jv4ddh3jooskme/0/0958118b2d8ebfdcbf448ba36d6e0bc03f8fc89c5ec60755951a372118928de6 Code: Serenity15    Thanks for listening! Follow Dreamland Baby @dreamlandbabyco and check out our website here!  

Real Girl Talk
Episode 152: Catching Up With Reality TV Personality Kelsey Nichols From Southern Charm Of New Orleans

Real Girl Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 28:50


Kelsey Nichols is a Registered Nurse, Beauty Injector and Social Media Influencer. She is best known for her role on Bravo TV's Reality Show Southern Charm of New Orleans. Kelsey Nichols and Justin Reese announced Monday they are expecting a baby girl and the questions come flooding in! Kelsey is catching us up on what has been happening since the show ended and answering the questions she and Justin have been getting online. Are they married? Where do they live now? Do you miss the show? She's keeping it real today and sharing what's in store for the couple this year. One thing is for sure, early July will be a blessing they have both dreamed of. Follow Kelsey on Instagram Follow Justin on Instagram Today's show is sponsored by MONAT. Shop VIP with me and save! Follow Real Girl Talk Podcast on Instagram Subscribe to our Newsletter!

Juna Women Podcast
Motherless Mothering with Lo Mansfeld

Juna Women Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 61:55


Today I am talking to Lo Mansfeld, a Registered Nurse and creator of The Labor Mama. On this episode we dive deep into the concept of "Motherless Mothering". Both Lo and myself have bonded over being Moms, but not having our Moms available and present to us during Motherhood. This is a raw and emotional episode that will hopefully help any mama who's in a similar situation. For more from Juna, check out the Juna App!

Healthy Balanced Birth and Beyond Podcast
Motherhood, Midwifery, and Home Birth with Joyce Kimball

Healthy Balanced Birth and Beyond Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2022 83:07


Joyce Kimball has been the Owner and Primary Midwife of Joyce Kimball Birth Services, a full-service childbearing-year care service started in 2000. Prior to Birth Services, Joyce spent 15 years working in Human Resources for Massachusetts corporations. After the home birth of her second child, she completed the apprenticeship process to certify and practice as a Certified Professional Midwife. Joyce holds an MBA, a Certificate in Midwifery, an Associate's Degree in Nursing and a Registered Nurse's license.Joyce practices as a homebirth midwife, birth doula, childbirth educator, birth counselor, and belly caster. She is active in the Massachusetts birth community - answering many questions on the MassDoula email list, connecting families with appropriate childbearing-year services, serving in various capacities with the MA trade organization - Massachusetts Midwives Alliance, precepting student midwives, nurses, and doulas, and talking with anyone and everyone about birth, supporting birth choice and reproductive justice. When she is not doing birth work, she's listening to podcasts, at the gym or spending time with her family and friends eating, talking, listening, dancing, laughing, sharing and eating dark chocolate.Connect with Joyce:https://birthservices.net/Resources:La Leche League: https://www.llli.org/maternal mortality rates: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8055191/https://www.statista.com/statistics/1240400/maternal-mortality-rates-worldwide-by-country/mother + baby health:https://www.americashealthrankings.org/explore/health-of-women-and-children/measure/IMR_MCH/state/ALL

Well-Adjusted Mama
Julie Tupler, RN: Bulging Belly Basics | WAM154

Well-Adjusted Mama

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2022 39:24


Julie Tupler is a Registered Nurse, Certified Childbirth Educator and Certified Personal Trainer. She developed the Maternal Fitness® Program in 1990 and for over 30 years has been teaching and developing the Tupler Technique® Program for women during and after pregnancy. In 2009 she opened Diastasis Rehab to specialize in the treatment of diastasis recti for women, men and children. Dr. Oz calls Julie an "expert" on diastasis recti and Elle Macpherson credits the Tupler Technique® for a 20-minute delivery and her fast recovery. The Tupler Technique®, a research and evidenced based program to treat a diastasis recti, has now been translated into six different languages. Julie trains medical and fitness professionals all over the world in her proprietary program. Julie has written three bestselling books -- Maternal Fitness (Simon & Schuster), Lose Your Mummy Tummy (DaCapo) and her recent book Together Tummy (Mascot (2018). She has produced five videos on diastasis, and invented the Diastasis Rehab Splint®, Diastometer™ for measuring a diastasis, Corrective Connective Tissue Cream and TogetherTape™. Julie has also developed an 18-week ongoing online support program for her clients all over the world. She is on the advisory board of Fit Pregnancy, Women's Health Foundation and the Women's Sports Foundation and Medical Fitness Network. She is a frequent speaker at medical and fitness conferences including the American Hernia Society where in 2015 she spoke on the non-surgical Tupler Technique® approach to Diastasis Recti at the 1st World Conference Before Abdominal Surgery to Prevent Incisional Hernia at the Hernia conference in Hamburg Germany Sept 2019. Her website is www.DiastasisRehab.com Please click the button to subscribe so you don't miss any episodes and leave a review if your favorite podcast app has that ability. Thank you! Visit http://drlaurabrayton.com/podcasts/ for show notes and available downloads. © 2022 Dr. Laura Brayton

Taste for Truth - Weight Loss Encouragement
How to Stop Sugar Cravings with 7 Habits with Katrina Sequenzia

Taste for Truth - Weight Loss Encouragement

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2022 28:27


Breaking free from sugar cravings and managing your weight is about more than diet and exercise. Sugar is highly addictive and requires multiple steps to break free from its bondage. In this podcast episode, I am interviewing Katrina Sequenzia; Katrina is a Certified Health Coach and Registered Nurse on a mission to help Christians fulfill their God-given purpose by sharing the tools and resources to live a healthy lifestyle.    Katrina shares Seven Habits To Stop Sugar Cravings in today's interview, based on the signature framework from her life-changing programs. By the end of this episode, you will understand why some foods are more addictive than others, the impact that food and stress have on our bodies, and how you can begin the process of healing from your food and sugar addiction.    Episode Highlights:   [00:01:17] Understanding why we become addicted to sugar and other foods? Katrina breaks down the spiritual, physical, and emotional aspects of cravings.   [00:03:48] The body's chemical reaction to sugar and why we were created to love sweets.   [00:04:48] Dopamine is the feel-good chemical that our brains release, but can we have too much of a good thing? Katrina explains why the answer is Yes!   [00:08:24] Have you ever wondered why diet and exercise sometimes fail to produce results? Katrina and I discuss why and you should avoid extreme diets and fads.    [00:15:49] Katrina reveals the Seven Habits To Stop Sugar Cravings and provides a deeper insight into kicking the sugar habit once and for all.   [00:18:14] The importance of relaxation and hydration and how it can help or hinder us in our journey.   [00:19:15] Sleep and movement and why it's more important than you think.   [00:24:03] Where to start your weight loss journey and how to use Katrina's framework to lay the foundation to healing your relationship with sugar.   [00:24:58] Special gift for podcast listeners.    Key Takeaways:   When we attempt to break free from the bondage of food addiction, we often start with exercise and food preparation. Still, the areas that are often ignored make the most impact in our journeys, like putting our faith front and center, rest, and relaxation, to name a few.  Food isn't the enemy- the goal of any program should be to develop a relationship with the glorious foods that were created to be consumed according to God's instruction. How to Listen to the Podcast:  Google: Click here to subscribe or listen on Google Podcasts.  Stitcher: Click here to subscribe or listen on Stitcher.  Apple Podcasts: Click here to subscribe or listen on Apple Podcasts. (If you haven't subscribed to the podcast on Apple, this can sometimes take a few hours to update.)  Android: Click here to subscribe or listen on Android.  Spotify: Click here to subscribe or listen on Spotify.  Amazon Alexa: To listen on Amazon Alexa, say, “Alexa, play the Taste for Truth Podcast.”