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#RxChat is a #Pharmacy Industry disucssion founded by RxWiki and the Pharmacy Podcast Show!
Today's #RxChat is all about the topic
Changing Settings: The Pharmacist Workplace
Here's today's questions:
How would you describe the work environment of your pharmacy practice?
Do you see differences in environment from pharmacy to pharmacy?
Where do you see the most room of change?
Are there elements of your setting that you think need broader adoption?
How do you see this setting changing as pharmacy changes?
How would you go about making the changes that pharmacy needs to reach its full potential?
Special thanks to our co-host and pharmacy owner Terry Forshee, RPh.
Terry Forshee @TerryForsheeRx Cleveland, TN · takechargerx.com
Listen to this segment of The NLP View Radio Show, as host, Donna Blinston RGN is joined by Gemma Bailey a Hypnotherapist and NLP Master Practitioner who has spent over a decade working with children in various child-care settings. On todays show we will discuss how Gemma works with children to effectively help them overcome bad habits, behavioral problems, fears and a lack of self-esteem. Stay Tuned!
Jennifer Webster is an entrepreneur, trainer, and motivational success coach. She is a respected leader in the networking industry. Jennifer has committed her life to sharing with others how she has built a successful networking business along with her personal life and empowers others to achieve the same.
So what is Jennifer's secret to success? Through her unique way of connecting individually with her team, even in a group settings. Jennifer has the ability to get her team to take immediate action and produce results!
“You will get all you want in life, if you help enough other people get what they want.” ~Zig Ziglar
*Jennifer has spent the last 3 years building an international networking team recruiting on a national and internationally basis and currently has 1 of the largest and fastest growing team in Visalus. Jennifer also brings with her more than twenty years of diverse national and international business experience that includes Import/Export, Financial, Legal, and Pharmaceutical areas of expertise.
Jennifer received her BA degree from The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, AL specializing in International Business and Marketing.
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Nancy Weiss Waring is a speech pathologist with over 25 years experience in this field . She has worked with individuals all ages, and within a variety of clinical settings. For the past 10 years she has worked with adults and teens on the autism spectrum. At this point in her career she wants to use her skills and passions to increase socialization for individuals with disabilities in a new business venture she is taking the skills she has learned related to language skills socialization and communication she desires to be bridgebuilder to business through consultation and assist in educating business leaders to greater understanding, of the social differences that exist between us all especially individuals with disabilities. She desires to develop a system industry so that people with disabilities are able to be employed and to match their abilities and strengths in the workplace by doing this this creates a positive attitude, and also benefits our society. She states it is time for our society to chang
This is the story of the evolution into the person who is Okokon Udo. It is a story about the pain, the struggle and the triumph he has gone through. In that context, it mirrors the story of everyone who has ever lost their voice, been spoken for or been marginalized by another person or group.
During his show, the Unmasking of Okokon Udo, he takes you a long on my personal, painful and yet freeing story: the story of a Nigerian man, living in America and discovering himself, his history and his core through deep process work.
This work is the expression of his emergence from the rubble of internalized oppression into the person, man and global citizen that he is today.
Okokon Udo, PhD
Okokon is a change management consultant, spiritual director, coach, educator and author. For over twenty years, Okokon has walked the spiritual path and in the process has discovered valuable insights to healing, transformation and wisdom. He has also journeyed with individuals, groups, communities and organizations on their own paths to spiritual discovery, healing and excellence. Five years ago, Okokon founded his own organizational effectiveness consulting firm, thus giving his work international scope spanning several areas including leadership development, intercultural effectiveness, change management, high performing team development, conflict management, executive coaching, program design, organizational culture assessment and public speaking. Okokon's experiences include tenures as Executive Director of the Center for Cross-Cultural Health, assistant professor at two Universities, certified Clinical Pastoral Educator and chaplain with two health care systems, and pastoral leader in a wide variety of settings in the US and Nigeria.
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Tonight's special guest is Dr Jaime Romo from San Diego is a returning NAASCA family member who has been with us numerous times. As his web site states, "Dr. Jaime Romo is an educator, consultant, and author. He promotes healing from abuse and the prevention of child sexual abuse, particularly abuse by religious authorities or in the context of religious settings." He offers numerous services, including seminars and consulting, and writes workbooks and a newsletter. Of special note is his, "Healing the Sexually Abused Heart: A Workbook for Survivors, Thrivers and Supporters." Jaime specifically wants to talk tonight about trauma, how it works, how it's generally treated / mis-treated, and some solutions. He recently wrote about Traumatic Incident Reduction, an efficient means of addressing post-traumatic stress disorder from a variety of life events, including rape, physical and mental abuse, combat, and child abuse. "Even though we may not consciously remember the details of a buried memory," he says, "it still acts on us and has the power to make us feel it again, as if the trauma is still happening. This is why memory has such an ever-present impact on us. And why it is so important to address those memories and feelings in a structured and safe environment." The majority of clients receiving TIR sessions experience significant improvement within just 25-35 hours of treatment. Jaime is a certified TIR facilitator, and he'll tell us about the Traumatic Incident Reduction sessions he's facilitating in Carlsbad, CA.
This week's program features Nancy O'Hara who tells us that she is a Zen Meditation Coach in "real" life and who kills people in her novels which take place in Buddhist monasteries. Nancy has also published popular books in the Self Help area, Find A Quiet Corner, her first book, is A Simple Guide to Self-Peace. Nancy who worked for many years in the corporate world came to her spiritual understandings and personal peace through grief and stress and extended stays at a Zen Buddhist monastery.Nancy has used her experience in Zen and problem-solving in her work as a professional life coach. She works with individuals, couples and in corporate settings.