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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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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
Dr. Kotlow is an East Coast tongue tie specialist
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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According to the, American Association of Colleges of Nurses, employment for Nurses will increase significantly over the next few years in comparison to most occupations.
Nursing is the nation's largest health care profession, totaling over 3.1 million RN's across the US. Regardless of the fields current status, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that employment for RN's will grow faster than many other jobs through 2018.
Being a Nurse is a very rewarding profession that offers various job placement opportunities, but it takes hard work and perseverance. In 2011, a national study revealed that the acceptance rate for nursing schools across the country was approximately 39.5%. So to make sure you are included in that percentage, we are speaking with Dr. Kathleen Potempa, Dean and Professor at the University of Michigan School of Nursing, for her expert advice to help the next generation of students seeking a career as a Nurse. Dr. Potempa has extensive experience within the medical profession including:
32 years’ experience as a scientist, educator, and administrator.
Several notable awards such as the Oregon Medical Research Foundation Mentor Award that she received in 2002, the Distinguished Alumni Award from Rush University in 2003 and being Named one of 2004’s Fifty Great Leaders of Oregon by Business magazine amongst others
Dr. Potempa has dedicated much research towards health within physically impaired populations in conjunction with her community-based research to improve health behavior.
Psychiatric nurses play a vital role in catering to patients who are mentally ill and suffering from psychotic disorders, mood and anxiety disorders as well as patients with substance abuse and addiction problems.
Listen to this week's episode as our guest host Jeff Allen talks to Joel Ayapana for an in-depth look at Psychiatric Nursing. Joel also talks about his new book and radio show!
Joel Ayapana RN, BSN, BA
Joel Ayapana RN, BSN, BA is the author of The Book of Positive Light: Rememberance of the Heart, which recounts the meaning of positivity as a story that Joel shares in the hopes of providing mental clarity for readers. A pscyhiatric nurse with more than a decade of experience in the field, Joel's focus lies in the application of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy within the Group Therapy Setting. He will soon be hosting his own BBS Radio Talk Show entitled "Quantum Mindfulness"- a term that Joel has coined to define as "a state of awareness that can be utilized as the tools and the armor of resilience where the theoretical constructs and to where the most profound and amazing of findings discovered by researchers of Quantum Physics and Mechanics are integrated with Heart-Centered Consciousness and Awakened Mindfulness."
Joel is also a Veteran of the United States Air Force and has been a Registered Nurse in Cleveland, Ohio, delivering first rate care to mentally ill patients, victims of substance abuse and anxiety disorders as well as the homeless.
To purchase The Book of Positive Light: Remembrance of the Heart visit lulu.com/spotlight/JoelAyapana
In the acute care field- wound, ostomy, and continence nursing play an increasingly significant role. Providing both short and long-term support to patients in a clinical and outpatient setting, WOC nurses use best practice guidelines to not only treat patients, but also prevent such conditions as pressure ulcers.
In this weeks iNurse Radio episode learn about Wound, Ostomy and Continence nursing as a complex specialty that administers acute and rehabilitative care for patients suffering from gastrointestinal disorders, abdominal stomas, continence disorders and/or fistulas.
Our host Kathryn Zox sits down with Roxanne Elling, a Certified Wound and Ostomy Care Nurse to talk about WOC nursing and certification, acute care facilities and how to make a difference in patients lives at home.
Roxanne Elling, RN, BA, BSN, CWOCN
Roxanne Elling, RN, BA, BSN, CWOCN, received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland in 1992, and a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Adelphi University in 2000. She joined Good Samaritan Medical Center in 2012 as the Wound Care Specialist for the facility. Prior to that she served on a Medical Surgical Unit at St. Francis Hospital. She transitioned to an urban setting with The Visiting Nurse Service of New York working in the nursing field and in various management positions.
Steve Stillman of Stillman Financial talks about the costs of Nursing Home care and how to avoid going broke.
Steve is an independent financial advisor serving over 2,100 families for the past 23 years. Steve specializes in helping seniors and their families protect assets and pay for Long Term Care utilizing “outside the box” techniques and strategies. He serves the financial needs of individuals and families throughout their life stages.
Steven Stillman or Susan Dyer 636.441.2343
Stillman Financial Services, Inc.
2046 Queens Brooke Blvd St. Peters MO 63376
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The FINRA home page includes a “Broker Check” box that can be used to look up the credentials of any representative.
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Do you know the difference between nursing homes and assisted living? Here is how to assess the difference for people with dementia and people needing long-term care.
Skilled Nursing El Cajon, CA - Best Home Health Care in El Cajon, Homecare, Home Health, In Home Care, Caregivers. Trained, Certified, Licensed Nurses, 91911, 91910, 91913
To learn more, visit our site at http://firstatofsandiego.com
In search of Skilled Nursing in El Cajon? If you are selecting In Home Care, Home Care or a Home Health agency in El Cajon, CA then the information here should be very useful to you.
Our company's home health care philosophy "Where Care Comes First" is exhibited every day for every patient whether it be in the home or on-site at assisted living facilities.
Firstat has been providing In Home Care and in-home care for elderly, disabled and injured people in the El Cajon area of San Diego County, California since 1997.
We provide many in-home nursing, in-home care and home nursing services. Some of our El Cajon home nursing services include wound care, personal hygiene, meal preparation and light housekeeping.
To learn more about how Firstat Nursing Services can help you find the best home health care and in-home care in El Cajon for your family and your specific In Home Care, home health and home care situation please call us at 619-220-7600 or visit our website at http://firstatofsandiego.com
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Military nursing requires more than a nursing degree and sympathy for those who are ill. It requires the ability to think quickly and react appropriately when faced with an emergency. Our guest host, Jeff Allen sits down with Lieutenant Nicole Cuthbertson, a Nurse Trauma Specialist to discuss how to become a Military Nurse, the benefits of being a Military Nurse, and how being in the military can help shape your career. They also talk about The Pink Swan Movement, a non-profit organization that Nicole founded to provide feminine hygiene products and educational materials to impoverished girls (ages 9-18) throughout the world.
Visit The Pink Swan Movement website for more information
Nicole Cuthbertson, RN, MSN
Nicole Cuthbertson, RN, MSN, BSN, currently maintains a position at the Naval Medical Center located in San Diego, California. Nicole has 7 years of experience in the nursing field; however, she also is on active duty as a US Navy nurse with specialization in trauma and emergency care. She speaks around the nation, as well as educating her colleagues, on her expertise.
Skilled Nursing Kensington, San Diego CA - Is Healthy Aging Possible? Best In-home Care in Kensington, Homecare, Home Health, In Home Care, Caregivers. Trained, Certified, Licensed Nurses, 92116
Some things about your body are going to change over time. But, you can make lifestyle choices that give you the best possible life in your senior years. Let’s take a look at the major areas where you can make 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. It can also provide you with the energy you need to complete tasks.
Exercise is another critical component of healthy aging. 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.
It’s also important as you age to continue to keep current with health screenings for your body. For example you should have your blood pressure and cholesterol checked.
Firstat Nursing Services has been providing a higher standard of home nursing, home health and home care services for elderly, disabled and injured people in the greater San Diego area since 1997.
People wanting to learn more are encouraged to pick up a copy of our free report… “Critical Questions You Must Ask Before You Hire a Home Care Provider" Just give us a call at 619-220-7600 or visit our website at: www.FirstatofSanDiego.com
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