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Lisa Sams is the owner and founder of Clinical Linkages, Inc, a consultation and training company that assists organizations in achieving their goals for use of evidence-based practice.
She has more than thirty years of experience as a clinician, practicing in both clinical and academic settings, practice manager with an NICHD research project, and directing practice for a national association prior to starting her own business.
She has authored both textbook chapters and journal articles and presented her work nationally. Her Clinical Work Assessment Blueprint© has been presented at the American College of Health Care Executives Congress, Agency for Health Quality and Research conference, Translating Research into Practice, American Organization of Nurse Executives.
Lisa's new emphasis is engaging patients and families in best care through the use of evidence so they can be proactive members of their care team. The first “tool” is a guidebook, "Your Hospital Care: Expect the Best". Internet and mobile applications are on the horizon.
Lisa learned first hand that change offers opportunity, with 23 relocations in 29 years of her husband’s Air Force career. She enjoys jogging, biking and pilates as well as a good book and experimenting with recipes.
When it comes to makreting your consulting practice, authority and value proposition are the two things you must achieve.
Positioning yourself as the authority is not new to many when it comes to marketing, but most mistakenly hold back from delivering too much value right up front - until AFTER the sale.
On today's show I will cover how you can become an author by writing your own book (be that traditional, ebook, self-published), and how to use the concept of Drip Marketing to market even more effectively.
As a consultant one of the things you MUST do in all of your marketing efforts is establish yourself as an authority. There is no better way to do that today than through the use of Marketing Videos and Podcasts..
Today's technology easily allows anyone to create powerful videos, and you don't ever have to even be seen in them. Want to learn how, then tune in to the show and we'll show you.
Doing so will help drive leads to your door, provide greater credibility for those leads and help turn them into paying customers.
"I Wasn't Strong Like This When I Started Out: True Stories of Becoming A Nurse", is the latest non-fiction collection of stories published by In Fact Books.
We will be discussing the book--and the power of storytelling by nurses--with the editor and several featured authors.
Lee Gutkind (editor) is founder and editor of the literary magazine Creative Nonfiction and has written and edited books about baseball, health care, travel, and technology. He is currently Distinguished Writer in Residence at the Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes and a professor in the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, both at Arizona State University.
Pamela Baker received her MFA in creative writing from the University of Central Florida in Orlando, where she currently works as a nurse. Her nonfiction has been published in The Journal, Bayou Magazine, and Cream City Review.
Patricia A. Nugent is the author of They Live On: Saying Goodbye to Mom and Dad, a compilation of vignettes portraying the stages of caring for and saying good-bye to a loved one. Her work has been published in national professional journals, and she has received awards (including one bestowed by Susan Sontag) for her creative nonfiction essays.
Kimberly Tate-Brown is a lawyer, psychiatric nurse practitioner, and mental health advocate. As an attorney for a state agency, Ms. Tate-Brown advocates for the civil rights of people experiencing psychiatric hospitalizations. She is a member of The American Association of Nurse Attorneys, and during her years as a nurse she developed a psychological support group for patients and families. Ms. Tate-Brown also serves on the board of the New York City chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. The New York City chapter is one of the largest affiliates in the country, and Ms. Tate-Brown raises thousands of dollars to support them each year during the annual NAMIWalk across the Brooklyn Bridge.
Susan Strauss RN Ed.D. is an international speaker, trainer and consultant. Her specialty areas include organization development, leadership development, and bullying and harassment.
Susan conducts bullying and harassment investigations, works as an expert witness for harassment and bullying lawsuits, and coaches managers and employees that need assistance in stopping their harassing or bullying behavior.
She has worked as an RN in the OR, pediatrics, med-surg, psychiatry, and public health. She has also been director of quality improvement, director of education and development, and other leadership roles. She researched physician abuse to RNs in the OR to determine if the abuse varied based on the gender of the nurse.
My guest Sebastian Weiss. Sebastian is a Corporate and Tax Attorney and Registered Tax Return Preparer who helps businesses and business owners with fundamental legal and tax matters. He has been practicing law in New York State since 2004. He has two law degrees – a J.D. with a Concentration in Corporate Law from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City, and an L.L.M. in Taxation from the Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C. Sebastian represents new and established businesses in a variety of industries, including but not limited to: information technology, consulting, fashion, and food. His expertise includes: Preparing and negotiating different types of legal documents, including contracts for domestic and international business transactions; Preparing state and federal tax returns for business and individual taxpayers; Representing taxpayers with state and federal tax controversies, including U.S. Tax Court proceedings; Entity formation; Representing U.S. based clients with business activities in the People’s Republic of China; and Representing French speaking clients.
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.
Bob Seigel, film industry attorney, shares important legal advice for documentary and feature filmmakers. Protecting your ownership, contracts, foreign distribution and other important issues are clarified.
To learn more about Bob Seigel visit his website http://rlsentlaw.com/rls/ If you would like to know more about Carole Dean and From the Heart Productions visit http://fromtheheartproductions.com/
As the 4th Annual Franchise Legal Series comes to an end, host, Paul Segreto is joined by Dean Heyl, Senior Director, State Government Relations, Public Policy & Tax Counsel at the International Franchise Association. Dean provides a recap of the recently completed IFA Legal Symposium held in Washington DC.
About Our Guest
Dean Heyl is a veteran lobbyist, attorney and expert on issues impacting franchise businesses. Heyl comes to IFA from the Direct Selling Association, where he was Director of Government Relations in addition to serving as an attorney for the association for almost nine years. In this capacity, he was responsible for lobbying at the local, state and federal level, providing legal analysis, and liaison activities with Republican and Democrat-related organizations.
What makes child support legal in the U.S.? Why are men in the U.S. being jailed for non payment of Child support for children that don't belong to them? Is child support a scam in America? Is child support illegal? Should men sue the child support agency? Should men sue the city over child support? What is the solution to the child support scam?