SORT BY Relevancy
Camille Adair is a registered nurse, filmmaker and entrepreneur. After the 2008 premier of her documentary film, "Solace: Wisdom of the Dying", Camille completed the Solace Teachings, a documentary series with accompanying training materials focused on end of life, hospice and palliative care.
The Solace Teachings are an excellent tool for healthcare organizations, community groups and anyone wanting to deepen their understanding of death and dying.
Based on her career in hospice and palliative care, Camille’s passion for creative healthcare solutions led her to create FairCare, a sustainable healthcare model based on the principles of the triple bottom line, where businesses consider their relationship to the planet, people and profit.
Camille joins a growing number of like-hearted colleagues who are committed to positive change and a new healthcare paradigm based in environmental justice, social equity and the impacts of the aging population contrasted by the shrinking healthcare workforce.
Erotic fantasy of a caring nurse
Every Sunday @ 11pm EST I will be sharing a filthy fantasy with you.
Please call in to listen, but I'm not taking callers (to speak to) yet over the air. I will have a special episode interviewing my listeners.
If you have a erotic fantasy you want Mr OC to share please message me.
Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy are two of my favorite people in the self reliance/prepping media. They have been doing high quality shows on medicine, first aid, essential herbs and gardening, as well as slipping a thousand other parcels of important information on becoming self reliant, into the excellent string of shows they have done over the last three years.
This coming week on Rifleman Radio they will be discussing methods of "Collapse Medicine", which is how you can start thinking about first aid and treating injuries and illnesses to yourself and your loved ones in the event of any kind of cessation of services situation.
Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy have a weekly radio show that I would like you guys to start listening to. It is one of the best ways I know to spend a couple of hours every week makiing sure you are doing all you can to educate yourself and become more prepared to care for yourselves and your loved ones.
Join us on March 25th at 7PM as we discuss the sensitive topics of death and loss. Though not easily talked about, they are events that all of us must eventually face. Children experience all the same emotions as adults; yet they may lack the vocabulary to put it into words. Helping children and adults adequately express their feelings is vital to finding comfort and hope when a loved one dies.
Guests for our round-table discussion will include Krista Schueler (Account Executive) and Jennifer Gilbert (Social Worker) from Emerald Hospice & Gentiva Healthcare. Topics will range from the facts and myths surrounding hospice care to the role of hospice with patients and families, and how to help the caregiver. Bereavement support groups will also be discussed, with special emphasis on resources to help children cope before, during and after losing a loved one.
We welcome listeners to call in with comments and questions during the episode. Explore additional resources at:
Hospice Camps for Kids - http://bit.ly/10zjKv5
Maryann at Hope Matters - http://bit.ly/Mvha4O
Rob at Rob Cares - http://bit.ly/vrzq1J
This week 03/02/2013, on Self Reliance Expozed, the official radio show for Backwoods Home Magazine, and Self Reliance Expo, with your hosts Colorado Ron and Bubba DaVinci.
This week Colorado Ron and Bubba DaVinci
We will be talking with:
Dr Bones and Nurse Amy of The Doom and Bloom Hour
Every one of us have memories that are special to us, of seniors who have made an impact of some kind in our lives.
Whether it's an idiom that our grandfather always used to say, or words of wisdom from the old lady up the street that have held us in good stead throughout the years, or maybe it's a memory that keeps them present with us every time we think of it.
Whichever it may be, this episode of Nurse Savage On Your Side is the place to share and honor memories or acknowledge the contributions they continue to make in your life.
One of the wisest things my father ever said to me was, "You'll have many acquaintences in your life but very few real friends." I thought "he just doesn't know". I was 15. I, of course, came to know what a wise and true statement that was.
Please join me this Tuesday night, call in, and memorialize your special memory by sharing it with others. Or, if you don't want to be on the live show but would like to memorialize your special senior, email me at:
We have such a treasure trove of wisdom and joy in our senior population. It is my hope that we can all begin to be more aware of this.
Join us for a roundtable discussion with three members of the board of the American College of Nurse Midwives. We'll be speaking with: Holly Powell Kennedy, the President of ACNM and professor of midwifery at Yale University Lorrie Kline Kaplan, ACNM Executive Director Michelle Grandy, ACNM Board member and practicing midwife at the Midwives Clinic at Northwest Hospital. These three leaders will be discussing ACNM's new "Our Moment of Truth" campaign, and its implications f
Tonight we speak with Renaissance Woman Alma Deleon. She shares her fascinating transition from Nursing Student to Spiritual Healer. Alma is not only a healer in a traditional sense but she heals others through her onstage work as both an actress and a comedian. Come listen in as we get a peek into the life of a woman who has an abundance of gifts that she shares with the world.
Alma has hung up her stethoscope after twenty-two years as a registered nurse working with AIDS, cancer, transgendered, psychiatric, homeless, drug addicted, and jail patients. Since retirement, she been able to focus on her talents as a writer, actor, comedianne, performer, poet and photographer. She is currently in her 5th year of studying Shafaw energy healing with Master Healer Danadoost of Iran, and is writing her memoirs. She is learning to speak Farsi, and loves to cook Persian dishes.
This episode continues the series called "The Great Cascade."
In this episode we are exploring how nutrition and hydration play into the great cascade.
My guest tonight is Sue Linja, Registered Dietician. She has 24 years working in the field of nutrition for the geriatric population. She has worked in the capacity of nutrition services director, clinical dietitian, health facility surveyor and dietitian consultant. Sue is active in her local and state dietetic board and is currently the President of the Idaho Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and is on the board of Licensing for Health Care Administrators.
Sue recently received the Area 1 Distinguished Member of the Year award from ADA/CDHCF and was Idaho's outstanding Dietitian of the year in 2007. She has been widely sought as a speaker for nutrition and the aging seminars in the Northwest.
Continuing with the series on "The Great Cascade" of decline. This week we'll visit the effects that Exercise and Enviornment have on ones ability to stay independent.
This is an overview of how these two components factor in and contribute to the "Great Cascade" of decline.
We hear daily how important exercise is for shedding excess pounds and keeping our body functioning at it's best, but what about the body thats past it's prime? Isn't it inevitable that we get weaker, have decreased balance and stiffer joints, less muscle and more fat as we age? What if this wasn't the total story? Is there anything we can do to combat and even reverse these things?
We'll talk about several things in the enviornment that need to be addressed as soon as possible and which ones can be put off until later if funds are an issue.
Tune in and bring your questions comments or dilemmas and lets strategize on how to decrease the speed and actually reverse some of these risks.