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Nursing students must enter healthcare facilities to meet the clinical component of nursing education. With the recent diagnosis of clients with Ebola on US soil and the CDC's changing guidelines, nursing educators are engaged in conversations on how this affects students. What are the students saying? With all the information that has been reported and debated in the media, there is no doubt that students may have concerns on how this affect them. Does anyone expect that a nursing student would be asked to care for someone diagnosed with Ebola? Do we have to re-think our approach to education on infection control? Let's have a conversation about that.
This week on the Fischer Report we will talk about Nursing Home Staff and the roles they play in care otucomes. In this episode you will learn about Nursing Home Nursings and Therpay Staff and the affect they have on a Nursing Home stay.
For more information on the show topic please read the companion post that can be found at: http://tonyfischer.hubpages.com/hub/Nursing-Home-Nurses-Understanding-Their-Role
Nursing Homes are the great unknown. They are a part of the health care continuum that everyone wants to avoid and no one wants to talk about. The stigma of Nursing Homes is the main reason why families, caregivers and patients neglect to make importent level of care an importnat part of their extended care plan. Join us on The Fischer Report as we talk about Nursing Homes and how to get great care from them.
Companion Hub: http://tonyfischer.hubpages.com/hub/Nursing-home-Life-5-ways-to-insure-better-care-for-your-family
Nurse Evalyn / Evalyn J. Gossett MSN, RN and Assistant Clinical Professor at Indiana University Northwest discusses topics related to Leadership, Management and Nursing with her senior nursing students.
Let's discuss Rules of Management Number 5 from the book The Rules of Management - A definitive Code for Managerial Success by Richard Templar 2005 Pearson Publishers.
How do you see this applied to YOUR future nursing practice? How do you think nursing managers can utilize this rule?
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Is Healthy Aging Possible?
No matter how hard you try, some things about your body are going to change over time.
It's never too late to start making positive changes that lead to better health. Let's take a look at the major areas where you can make lifestyle improvements that will help you to have a high quality life as you get older.
When you eat healthy foods, you give your body what it needs to get strong and to heal. Nutrition is critical to keep your memory, muscles, and bones strong.
Weight bearing exercise helps to keep muscles toned and your bones strong. Aerobic exercises such as walking, jogging, cycling, or swimming help to keep your heart and lungs healthy.
You should have your blood pressure and cholesterol checked. Knowing your current health status can help you to make changes to improve your health as you age.
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Healthcare is dependent on the many factors that facilitate premiere quality care. From physicians to hospital directors, these factors are an essential part of improving patient care. Nurses, play a critical role in this cycle- one that is itself dependent on education and advanced skills.
In this episode we will be discussing the future of nursing as well as minority leadership. We’ll be discussing what it takes to be profiled as a Nurse Leader and how you can become a mover and shaker in nursing.
Our guest today is Deborah Washington is the Director of Diversity Patient Care Services. She is the recipient of several awards including National Finalist and Nurse of the Year for Advancing and Leading the Profession, awarded by Nursing Spectrum in 2007. Deborah holds a Bachelors and Masters degree in Nursing from Boston University and Boston College, respectively.
Here at Because Hope Matters Radio, we often talk about the integral part nurses play in helping patients heal and connecting with their caregivers. CURE Magazine takes the time to recognize exemplary oncology nurses through an "Extraordinary Healer Award." The annual recognition attracts hundreds of essay submissions from patients, survivors, and caregivers across the nation.
We're thrilled to provide another spotlight for CURE's recent award winner, Cindi Cantril. Essayist, Ann Tallman, wrote about her journey as a breast cancer survivor. Her portrayal of Cantril's care through diagnosis, surgery and treatment caught the attention of Kathy LaTour, editor-at-large at CURE Magazine. The giving, nurturing, and inspiring nature embedded in Cantril's fiber goes above and beyond. She created peer-to-peer support for patients; the "WINGS" Program helps women with all types of cancer, and a secondary WINGMEN group helps men. Cantril's drive to provide healing programs doesn't stop there; she also operates women's cancer retreats and Equine therapy.
Among more than 750 of her peers and guest speaker, actor, producer, director and best-selling author Rob Lowe, and the cancer care community, Cantril received the distinguished award. She has provided more than 40 years of research, clinical care, program development and leadership in oncology nursing care. She has published over a dozen articles and authored several chapters of Building Legacy - Voices of Oncology Nurses. Cantril also received the Oncology Nursing Society's Distinguished Service Award in 2010, among other honors on her career path.
Join us for our quarterly feature with Kathy LaTour, as we delve into the heart of oncology nursing and go above and beyond an ordinary care-watch.
A Nursing Home Admission can be very stressful things for botht he patient and the family helping them. Most people have very little information about nursing homes until they are forced to use them. In this episode of the Fischer Report we will look at the Nursing Home Admission process and provide tips that will make the process easier and less stressful.
Tony Fischer will be joined by Michelle Salvetti of the Lakeland Center. Michelle will help our listeners understand how to find a nursing home and what you need for admission.
You can find a companion post for the show at www.tonyfischer.hubpages.com/hub/Nursing-Homes-A-Guide-For-Familes
Kerry Russell's background was in the field of Accounting and Nursing; both solid options, but limited income and personal time freedom. Join us today as we will be discussing the career change transition to Entrepreneurship
What are the Top 5 ways to keep your baby's teeth cavity free? Nancy Brohawn, a dental hygiensit and nursing advocate, tells is that one of them is to breast feed them as long as possible. While dentists are taught that nursing and extended nursing are a cause of cavites in children, the science doesn't bear that out.
Our discussion today hits on topics sure to make you think, pacifiers, tongue and/or lip tie, and when to ween are all open for observation on this fast moving discussion.
Dr. Ghaheri is a West Coast tongue tie specialist
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Cross Link Radio, health from the eye teeth on down. I’m here to help you understand some of the mysteries of health from the perspective of the oral health care provider, that’s me, Shirley Gutkowski. I’m a clinical dental hygienist. I’m in the prevention mode, helping you keep your health at its optimum by bringing a wide variety of guests with the information you want to know.
Host: Shirley Gutkowski
Producer: Shirley Gutkowski
Nursing home reportcard
Seems as if no one wants to go to a nursing home, or long term care facility. Let's explore why not, and what makes a good nursing home. How do you stay out of a nursing home? Stay healthy and stay safe.
Shirley talks about two states, Wisconsin and Alaska, and how they compare to each other in the reportcard. Did you know that RN staffing hours were measured in this report card. How many hours do you want to be bothered if you live in a nursing home, does 3 hours seem good?
Host: Shirley Gutkowski
Producer: Shirley Gutkowski
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