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Join Count6String, Christopher Highland, and Eric Morse as they celebrate Women in Horror Month by chatting with Mary Madcox, aka Nurse Hatchet, the special FX sorcoress and Sound Trax master for The Chainsaw Sally Show...Fun Fun Fun...
(Note: Unfortunately Nurse Hatchet's father was rushed to the hospital with heart trouble, so she wasn't able to do the show. The Wolf Pack decided to talk about our favorite scream queens on the show. Also Derek Young came on with a special announcement regarding his upcoming production, Josie...)
She was hired to nurse them back to health...instead, she took their lives.
For months, the DaVita Dialysis Center in Lufkin, Texas had been baffled by the rising number of deaths and injuries occurring in their clinic. In April alone, they’d rushed thirty-four patients to the hospital. But no one expected such a horrific cause to be behind it all.
Kimberly Clark Saenz was a well-liked licensed vocational nurse at the center. The East Texas nurse was a mother of two, and known for her smiles and the stories she told to help patients pass the time. But on April 28, 2008, witnesses came forward to say that instead of lifesaving medication, they’d seen Saenz adding toxic bleach to IV ports. Turns out, it wasn’t the first time. Once caught, the shocking story of Saenz’s murderous practices began to unravel…KILLER NURSE-John Foxjohn
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Joe Alton, also known as “Dr. Bones the Disaster Doctor”, is a medical doctor and Amy Alton, also known as “Nurse Amy”, is an advanced registered nurse practitioner and a certified nurse midwife. They are medical preparedness experts and the authors of the #1 Amazon Bestseller in Survival Skills, Disaster Relief, and Safety/First aid, “The Survival Medicine Handbook”, a guide for when medical help is not on the way. They have just published a brand new 2ndbook about survival medicine.
Besides their book, the Altons produce a weekly podcast called the “Survival Medicine Hour” and have a YouTube channel named “drbonespodcast”. The Altons are also contributors to magazines like Backwoods Home, Survival Quarterly, and others.
Their website at www.doomandbloom.net has over 400 posts on medical readiness and is one of the top survival sites on the internet. The Altons have designed an entire line of medical kits to deal with issues you might encounter after a catastrophe, and produce instructional DVDs to teach skills that might be useful in times of trouble.
In addition to their medical credentials, the Altons are associated with the Master Gardener program for their state, with emphasis ongrowing food and medicinal herbs. They have Ham Radio licenses, and raise tilapia as a food fish in South Florida.
The Altons are popular speakers throughout the country in their role as survival medicine experts. Their mission: To place a medically self-reliant caregiver in every family or mutual assistance group before a disaster occurs.
Inventions are born from various circumstances. Some from necessity, some by accident and some just for fun! However, many inventors never take the next steps in manufacturing or marketing their products because of what they predict to be a lengthy process full of headaches and worst of all- a failure. It is important to remember that if inventors gave into their fear of failure, we would have missed out on products and methods that not only make our lives easier, but save lives in healthcare!
Today, we sit down with Sarah Mott, a Registered Nurse and inventor of the Lotus Stethoscope Holder. She also happens to be the founder of Nurse Born Products, a company that encourages other nurses to pursue their ideas and sell their products. Sarah guides nurses through the process and will share some of her tips for success with us today!
Follow Sarah on Twitter @NurseBorn
Barbara Phillips is a business coach and consultant to nurse practitioners who want to start their own medical practice business. We will ask her how the Nurse Practitioner medical practice industry is faring under the new healthcare laws and regulations and what the future looks like for advanced practice clinicians.
Tune in to the next epsiode of #ACHradio and listen to Marianna Broz, RN, author of our "I'm A New Nurse" blogging series, and graduate of the All Children's Hospital RN Residency program! We'll ask Marianna to give us a behind the scenes look at what it's like to be a new nurse in an incredibly complex and rewarding pediatric hospital. You won't want to miss it!
The Soundmistress is out sick, but the show must go on!! Tune in for a special "Daddy's Day" hour with the Nurse, including Slut of the Week and of course your favorite tunes, hand-selected by Wanda prior to the show.
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January Jones-White Light-Energy Nurse
January Jones welcomes Carolyn Green, The Energy Nurse, RN, certified life coach, energy medical practitioner, sharing her White Light experiences Carol is the author of, Getting To Know You: Guided Pearls of Wisdom for a More Soulful Experience. Her book is based on 18 channeled guidances to help re-establish healthier thought patterns.
Carolyn has been a registered nurse since 1983, with experience in medical/surgical, and pre/postoperative care. She is married to Chiropractor Dr. Adlai Green, and together they have been working at their established wellness center outside of Orlando, Fla. for the past 34 years. Carolyn trained and is certified in several forms of energy medicine, with a concentration on Healing Touch that is accredited by the American Holistic Nurse's Association.
Leading a healthy and balanced lifestyle might sound easy, but when push comes to shove juggling your career and your personal life can be extremely difficult. A career in the healthcare profession can be especially challenging, and so preventing yourself from burning out is crucial.
In this episode our host Anthony Figliola sits down with Christine O'Grady, a Registered Nurse and mother, to discuss the challenges of juggling a career and running a family, while keeping up with the rigors of the medical profession.
Christine O'Grady, RN
Christine O'Grady has been a Registered Nurse for over 12 years whose focus has been critical care in the areas of neurology and cardiology. After having worked in some one of the highest pressured hospital systems in New York, Christine was recruited to join a major medical device company, to work in their Cardiac division assisting physicians in the implementation of cardiac devices.
Christine received her Bachelor’s of Science degree from the Stony Brook University, New York, one of the nation’s leading institutions for science and health research.