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Join us for the next episode of #ACHradio when we'll be interviewing Ryan Philpot, Director of Respiratory Therapy here at All Children's Hospital/Johns Hopkins Medicine. Learn about the unique challenges of providing such an important aspect of care in our highly acute and specialized setting!
Hear about the challenges and triumphs of needing to act fast and save lives as a member of our Respiratory Therapy team!
Don't miss it! #ACHradio is back on August 6th at 12:30 pm eastern time!
Join us Wenesday, July 2, 2014 when we will be interviewing Carol McDaniel (@carolmacd), the new Talent Acquisition Director at All Children's Hospital! Carol brings a wealth of knowledge to the ACH team, and will provide insights into her vision for the candidate experience, the modern world of job search, and her transition to All Children's Hospital!
Hear about Carol's journey as an veteran through her various agency roles all the way up to her new leadership position with our team!
Don't miss out...join us Wednesday at 12:30 eastern time on #ACHradio!
Welcome to the kick-off of the All Children's Hospital blog talk radio show! We're taking you behind the scenes to meet some of the amazing people who make up the only specialty children's hospital on Florida's west coast.
We're based in beautiful Tampa Bay, but we serve children and families from across the country and around the world!
Today we'll be speaking with Terri Kleinman, RN, Nurse Recruiter; and Lisa Moore, RN, Director of our Heart Center.
They rock...and so does All Children's!
Technology has transformed the world...and health care is no different! In fact, information systems are one of the most important parts of our organization. Listen to Dennis Beining who Manages our Clinical and Financial Information Systems here at All Children's Hospital/Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Learn about the huge commitment All Children's has made to using the most sophisticated technologies available to ensure the best care possible is delivered to our patients.
Learn what it takes to be a leader in Information Technology in healthcare, and how you can move your career forward! Join us on June 4th at 12:30 eastern time! You won't want to miss it!
Listen to one patient describe how poor conditions & poor treatment at Coalinga State Hospital led to his desperate act - a hunger strike. Also, we'll have an update on the condition of patient Joseph Gentile following the serious incident on December 9th where staff/officers injured him seriously. The incident causing him an alleged skull fracture that left him bloody and unconscious on the floor. Gentile was sent to a local hospital where CSH News was told he was unconscious/comatose for more than a week, lifeless in a bed on the Intensive Care wing. We're told he will be returning to CSH soon.
Then, learn more about involuntary civil commitment on tonight's show with a pipular feature: CSH 101.
Check out the next episode of #ACHradio when we go deep into the world of pediatric research! There is so much more to research than microscopes and stacks of paper! Listen live or download our interview with Frances Hamblin, RN - Director of Research Operations at All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine to learn more.
What does it mean to be a researcher today? How do the studies impact patient care? What is happening differently at All Children's Hospital? So much to talk about in just a half hour!
Don't miss it...Wednesday the 20th at 12:30 eastern time!
Portfolio Management Certification Explored in detail: Step-by-Step.
Our speaker is: Mohammed Mansoor PfMP®, PgMP®, PMP®, ACP®, RMP®, PMI -SP® ITILV3® Mansoor is a passionate Portfolio, Program, Project Management Practitioner, Consultant and Organizational Radiologist, successfully mentoring, managing, delivering mission critical and high risk portfolio, programs and projects across various industries for large organization like EMC Data Storage based in Hopkinton Massachusetts, Mansoor has built high performing, self-sustaining teams across variety of highly competitive industriess and delivered training workshops/study group on portfolio, program, and project management for various REP’s and Chapters. He is one of the very few (across the world) to hold 6 PMI Credentials which includes PfMP, PgMP, PMP, PMI SP and PMI RMP in good standing and now part of the PMI PBA pilot.
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Hear about the serious issues going on within the walls of Coalinga State Hospital recently. Patients within the facilty have been assaulted & violently attacked by a handful of staff/officers. Tune in. This show is extremely important.
Martin Niemöller: "First they came for the Socialists..."
First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out--
Because I was not a Socialist.
Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out--
Because I was not a Trade Unionist.
Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out--
Because I was not a Jew.
Then they came for me--and there was no one left to speak for me.
Martin Niemöller (1892-1984) was a prominent Protestant pastor who opposed the Nazi regime. He bravely emerged as an outspoken public foe of Adolf Hitler. For this, he spent the last 7 years of Nazi rule in concentration camps.
Join Marnie and special guest speaker Pamela Carmichael as they discuss:
1. The most common mistake people make with money.
2. The Biblical definition of financial empowerment.
3. The 3 critical principles of money management.
4. Practical strategies to reduce spending without losing your joy.
5. Some key way practices to help you keep out of and/or reduce debt.
6. A unique approach the enables you to save money consistently.
7. A sensible organizational system to keep your finances in order.
8. Bonus Tips.
Pamela Carmichael has been a Financial Services Professional for over 15 years and holds a degree in Economics & Accounting. She is the award-winning author of “Financial Empowerment: Realign Your Finances to God's Will," a Certified Professional Coach and a Success Principles Coach. Learn more at www.PamelaVCarmichael.com
Men residing at the infamous institution speak out regarding retaliation, abuse and neglect. Why is the patient population of Coalinga State Hospital being treated so horrifically? Could it be that there is no "watchdog" overseeing the institution, as there is for prisons and other patients--those who are deemed mentally ill? Why isn't there a specific policy spelled out for the "SVP" population, as there is for people in prison (Title 15)? Why does it seem that the few "bad apples," whether staff or officers, are not fired--but in many cases, promoted? Why does a facility like this one have an astronomical budget (spending over $3 billion in California taxpayer dollars since the infamous institution opened its doors), yet very little media/public information released? Is it possible--do CSH employees really not have to pass the same psychiatric exam that CDCR employees do?
CSH News explores these important issues and more...
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