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Interview with informant of The Good Nurse after Katie Show

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Join Amy Ridgway, nurse and the confidential informant, whose courage ended the career of serial killer Charles Cullen is in the New York Times Bestseller book by Charles Graeber, The Good Nurse.    

Together we will be watching and tweeting as Amy Ridgway is a guest on The Katie Couric show at 3 ET.  Afterwards, we will have a first ever blog radio talk with Amy herself at 4 ET here . She provides inspiration on her own spiritual journey from child abuse to heart problems to working undercover to catch serial killer Charles Cullen. But more, she looks at all the good in #nurses, health providers, and patients- each who has a soul and a life she honors- and how we can turn tragedy into real change in our own lives and within healthcare.

Carpool Health has always adressed the big health topics, the ones that affect our daily lives, and those that are coming head-on with compassion, support, and everyone within health at the table.  This unique opportunity will give us in an inside view into the hurdles set up by the system to prevent accurate reporting, the hard honesty and decisions of the informants from the book, and the author's almost decade long dedication into uncovering the truth about Charles Cullen, the nurse who killed up to 400 patients while on duty in hospitals.

You can also join us on Tuesdays at 1 ET at #CPHC on twitter- tomorrow Amy will be the live guest- when #CPHC has a weekly chat bringing together physicians, nurses, patients, caregivers and everyone who wants to turn the challenges of healthcare and personal health into solutions.  Amy is just one example of the type of inspirational guests in our communities.

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