• 00:22

    Importance of Nurse Practitioners in Healthcare

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    Doctors of the USA welcomes Lauren Baptista MSN, ARNP, FNP-BC, Nurse Practitioner at Shahla Medical Group, to talk about what a nurse practitioner is and their role in healthcare. Listen in as she shares the many differences of nurse practioners from PA’s especially pertaining to their training and licensing/certification.

    Lauren earned her Masters in Nursing from Florida Gulf Coast University in 2014. Prior to becoming a Nurse Practitioner, she worked for eight years as a Registered Nurse. Lauren worked for Lee Memorial Health System, floating throughout the hospital system and several specialties. She also spent four years working in several states across the country as a travel nurse. Lauren is happy to be home in Southwest Florida and is excited to share her experience and passion for her patients with Shahla Medical Group.

    Check out their Shahla Medical Group website.

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  • 00:54

    Launching of Doctors of the USA Radio Show

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    First radio show episode of Doctors of the USA. Introducing our host, Jody Pugh. He will interview Dr. Melanie Pugh of Melanie Pugh Family and Cosmetic Dentistry, Bonita Springs Florida.
    Note : Sorry about the microphone issue. We will work on this to improve. Thanks for listening!
    Check out www.doctorsoftheusa.com.
    Like us on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter.   Email doctorsoftheusa@gmail.com for FREE report about "Tips on Dining Out Light"

  • 00:21

    National Radon Action Month with Bill Long

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    Doctors of the USA welcomes Bill Long, Director, Center for Radon and Air Toxics, to talk about how to protect yourself and your family from radon. Listen in as he shares the dangers of radon and how you can protect your family’s health by testing your home for radon gas in 2015.

    Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer, estimated to cause about 21,000 deaths per year. It can be found all over the U.S. Testing is the only way to know if you and your family are at risk from radon. EPA and the Surgeon General recommend testing all homes. Radon reduction systems work and they are not too costly. Some radon reduction systems can reduce radon levels in your home by up to 99%. For new homes, radon-resistant construction techniques can be effective in preventing radon entry. When installed properly and completely, these simple and inexpensive techniques can help reduce indoor radon levels in homes.

    Bill Long is the Director of the Center for Radon and Air Toxics in EPA’s Indoor Environments Program. He has over 20 years of experience directing national and international environmental programs to improve air quality and save lives at the US EPA. 

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    Read the Citizen's Guide to Radon. 

  • 00:24

    Pat Robinson, Producer of the Doctors of the USA TV Show

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    In this episode of the Doctors of the USA show, Jody Pugh interview Pat Robinson of Event Horizon Productions, the studio that produces the Doctors of the USA television show.  

  • 00:09

    What Is the Businesses of the USA show?

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    Jody Pugh, host of the Businesses of the USA radio show, explains the launch of the new Businesses podcast. He is the founder and host of Doctors of the USA and the new shows, Churches of the USA and Businesses of the USA.  Listen in as he shares his thoughts regarding the new show, the concepts behind this show, why this show is very timely at this day and age, and the exciting topics and guests lined up.

    Visit our Businesses of the USA website.

  • 01:55

    Waqfe Nau, USA - Live Weekly Class

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    From Sea to shining sea! The weekly live Waqfe Nau class offered by the Classes & Curriculum Desk of the Waqfe Nau Department, USA. Visit us at http://www.waqfenau.us .

  • 00:30

    Sizzle Sells, Even for Doctors

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    Are Better Headlines Just What the Doctor Ordered?

    Pharmaguy interviews Jeff Tangney, CEO & Founder, Doximity, who talks about physician clinical reading patterns and trends and the impact on patient care. The discussion focuses on how Doximity has added some 'sizzle' to life-saving medical news to make it more readable and engaging for its online physician community. 

    Questions/Topics of Discussion

    Why should anyone care about physicians reading clinical news?
    Medical publishing and journals are booth booming. How are doctors managing the tidal wave of new medical literature?
    How, when and why are doctors reading medical news today? What are the most interesting physician trends?
    How does Doximity's DocNews feature work? Who does it reach?
    What are some case studies of boosting physician readership through Doximity? What has Doximity learned from testing and optimizing?
    What are the larger pros and cons of social news curation?
    What best-practices can life sciences learn from Doximity's success with adding sizzle to medical news?

  • 01:59

    Waqfe Nau, USA - Live Weekly Class

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    From Sea to shining sea! The weekly live Waqfe Nau class offered by the Classes & Curriculum Desk of the Waqfe Nau Department, USA. Visit us at http://www.waqfenau.us .

  • 02:00

    Waqfe Nau, USA - Live Weekly Class

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    From Sea to shining sea! The weekly live Waqfe Nau class offered by the Classes & Curriculum Desk of the Waqfe Nau Department, USA. Visit us at http://www.waqfenau.us .

  • 01:06

    The Rush - UTEP and Conference USA Sports Talk

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    The Rush is a podcast brought to you by SB Nation and MinerRush.com, talking all things UTEP and Conference USA sports. In this episode we'll discuss the current state of the UTEP basketball program, as well as what's going on in women's basketball, and we'll also give a recruiting update in UTEP football as National Signing Day is quickly approching. 

  • 00:25

    Groundbreaking Implantable Wireless Heartfailure Device

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    Doctors of the USA welcomes William T. Abraham, MD, FACP, FACC, FAHA, FESC, director of the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine and a professor of internal medicine, physiology and cell biology at the Ohio State University Medical Center to talk about the first FDA approved wireless device with remote monitoring to measure pulmonary artery pressure in certain heart failure patients. Listen in as he shares about the safety and efficacy of the device and how it allows health care professionals to monitor the condition of their patients remotely.

    Dr. William Abraham is the lead investigator for the CardioMEMS clinical trials and also serves as deputy director of Ohio State’s Dorothy M. Davis Heart and Lung Research Institute. He has been recognized as one of the “Best Doctors in America” for eight consecutive years. Also in 2009 he was named inaugural designated Chair of Excellence in Cardiovascular Medicine at Ohio State’s College of Medicine. Dr. Abraham earned his medical degree from Harvard Medical School in Boston, Mass., and completed his residency in internal medicine and fellowships in cardiology and heart failure/cardiac transplantation at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.

    Dr. Abraham is an internationally known researcher in heart failure. He has received grants from the National Institutes of Health, the American College of Cardiology and the Aetna Quality Care Foundation and has participated as principal investigator in more than 100 multicenter clinical drug and device trials.In addition to authoring more than 600 original papers, abstracts, book chapters and review articles, Dr. Abraham also co-edited Heart Failure: A Practical Approach to Treatment, a leading textbook on heart failure.

    Check out the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center website.

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