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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.
Thom Namaya of Brattleboro, Vermont is a Family Nurse Practitioner, Doctor of Homeopathic Medicine, writer, visual artist, poet, playwright, musician and humanitarian activist. Namaya is the author of three books of poetry, most recently Vermont My Home. His play Beatnik Café was produced in both NYC and Boston. He is a widely published author, with more than fifty articles, short stories, and poems published in national and international magazines. His book, "Journal of the
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 th
This month we will be discussing findings from the NSO Nurse Practitioner Liability Update with Jennifer Flynn, Project Manager, Manager, Healthcare Risk Management, Nurses Service Organization (NSO) will discuss advanced practice malpractice. Our discussion with Jennifer will focus on the analysis of the most frequent and severe professional liability allegations against nurse practitioners over a five year period, 2007-2011.
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.
Ava Rokop, owner of Rokop Legal Nurse Consultants will be joining us to discuss her work with attorneys as a medical authority to help them save time, money and as a conduit to win more of their cases. She is a Registered Nurse with more than 30 years of medical, clinical and administrative experience. Holding a Masters of Science in Business Administration as well as a B.S. in Nursing, Ms. Rokop is a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant (CLNC) and is also licensed as a Registered N
Very honored to have Ellen Kamhi as my guest. She has been involved in Natural Medicine since 1973. She directed a program in Ethnobotany, attended Rutgers and Cornell Universities, sat on the Panel of Traditional Medicine at Columbia Presbyterian Medical School, and is a Medical School Instructor, where she teaches Botanical Pharmacology.
Ellen was nominated for the March of Dimes, Woman of Distinction, 2004 and received the J.G. Gallimore award for research in science. A respected authority in the field of natural healing, Dr. Kamhi is a professional member of the American Herbalist Guild (AHG), is nationally board certified as a holistic nurse (a-HNC), and works to bring together a body of modern and ancient practices and philosophies that use less invasive, less toxic, natural techniques to enhance wellness.
Dr. Kamhi is the author of several books, hosts radio shows daily, and is on the Peer Review board of many journals, including Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine.
Most of the country has been hit by winter storms of mass proportions. In addition to the cold and snow, this weather marks the cold and flu season. So, if you’re fighting a nasty cough or just feeling sluggish and slow from lack of sunlight, be sure to tune in and hear Nurse Barb’s natural solutions to winter’s ravages. She’s got lots of ideas that are as close as your kitchen!
"I have been a mental health nurse for the last 25 years in a state-funded mental hospital. I know what 'nursing burnout' feels like. I too have felt trapped by holding my nursing license. Let me share with you how I began transitioning from Exhausted and Burnt-Out Nurse to Thriving Nursepreneur."
Angela doesn't claim to be an expert; however, she runs her business exceedingly well. She is currently in transition from nursing full-time to working full-time from home using social media, her blog, and her smart phone. Learn how you too can transition from a stressful job to running a successful home-based business!
Before and after the show, please post your questions for Jory and Angela on Jory's Facebook Business Page.
Angela Brooks is a former burnt-out mental health nurse who is now a nurse educator, thriving business owner, and online marketing trainer. She is married to an amazing man who has supported her continually on her business journey. Angela is also the mom of two busy boys who are very active in sports (including travel baseball!). She quickly learned how to take her business "on the move" so she could attend her sons' games and practices.
Join Cherise, Scott and George as they discuss life with diabetes, advocacy and alert dogs with Kelley Crumpler. About Kelley Kelley is a 30 something type 1 diabetic for over 22 years. She is a diabetes nurse educator and is married to an endocrinologist (who also has the 'betes). Kelley lives a crazy life in Texas, running a busy endocrine practice (with her husband) and chasing around two children, Jack, 6, and Ben, 3.
On April 8, 2014, Your Turn to Speak will feature Jennifer Adamski, licenced Acupuncture practitioner, who will speak about everything you always wanted to know about acupuncture but were afraid to ask! Jennifer will share information about her unique practice, which combines acupuncture, acupressure massage and Reiki.
Catherine Sanson is a Registered Nurse, mother and fitness enthusiast who believes that most diseases and ailments can be prevented by eating healthy nutrient packed foods, proper hydration, incorporating a daily exercise routine, meditation/deep breathing, relaxation techniques and adequate sleep. She teaches the Wim Hof Breathing Technique, a technique that is pure science and simple to incorporate in your everyday life. It will help heal your injuries, pain will decrease, respiratory a
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