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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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Over the summer, you poured your heart and soul into your favorite games. You made it up to level 99 in that RPG and you managed to take down the hardest Raid Boss in your go-to MMO. But, now, you have to put them away and get back to hitting the books for another, arduous school year ... or do you?
This week, the GCR crew will put in the class hours for you and discuss our favorite school-themed video, card, and board games! But, that's not all -- we'll provide some extra credit, discussing the inner workings of gaming at school! Lastly, Scott will regale us with another one of his Impromptu Game Seminars! So, tune in and don't miss out!
Yep it's that time of year again, rulers, pencils, paper and loads of it, crayons, binders, and oh yeah, lunch money! Join us at the campfire for a few tips from the National Safety Council, PBS, and National School Phycologist on how to make this school year a sucessful one!
Featuring Back To School Safety Messages
Host Charlie Checkers
Lenning School Watch Host Diane Lenning was an educator for over 30 years. Since retiring from teaching, Diane has earned a law degree focusing on the Constitution and Education. Diane remains active in political, educational, Constitutional Issues, and assisting others to arrive at Truth using critical thinking skills, as well as assisting others to express their views and concerns. Also, Diane records ongoing shows teaching non-English speakers, as well as English speakers.
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Middle School Elite Marketing & Event Director, Carl Winfree shares details of his excitingew job position, MSE National Select Team and upcoming Boys & Girls camps, combines and tournaments. Also, listen to previous recorded episodes in our archive.We've broadcasted using blogtalkradio.com, since 2010 resulting in four years of experience with Live internet - radio. Dont' miss our next media airwave.
This is a blog talk internet radion show that covers high school football in the NW Alabama and NE Mississippi area. The show allows fans, players, and coaches to call in and express their views on tthe high school football programs in their area. We will have special guest on the shows through out the year, like NFL Players and some college coaches to talk to the listeners. You can listen live at MRFOOT BALL ON FACE BOOK OR CALL IN AT 646 716 8879 EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT FROM 7:00 PM TO 9:00 PM
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.
AASL: SCHOOL LIBRARIES AS THE NEW SCHOOL YEAR BEGINS
Terry Grief, Sylvia Knight Norton, Gail Dickinson and Sue Ballard
Presented by FOLLETT LEARNING
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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
Finding the right school supplies, especially if your child's teachers have given you lists of must-haves, can leave you racing from one office-supply megamart to the next and battling other parents for the last spiral-bound notebook. We'll talk about school supplies we like and hate, and how schools could make this whole thing easier.
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