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Doctors of the USA welcomes Dr. David R. Rice, DDS, a Family Dentist involved in the igniteDDS program and an Associate Clinical Professor, to talk about the difference between corporate practice and traditional practice. Listen in as he shares what should patients look out for to know if they’re getting quality care.
Dr. David Rice graduated cum laude in 1994 from The State University of New York at Buffalo’s School of Dental Medicine. In 1995, he completed his general practice residency from the Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. With a strong belief in continuing education and mentorship, Dr. Rice went on to complete continuums at the Pankey Institute, The Dawson Center and The Spear Center all while building the Restorative Practice of his dreams and maintaining an associate clinical professorship at the SUNYab School of Dental Medicine. Seven short months ago, Dr. Rice combined his passions for teaching, mentoring and making a difference and igniteDDS was born. Today he continues to maintain his private practice and travels the country inspiring dentistry’s future to live their dream, have great success and to make that same difference that has brought him so much joy.
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On this SPECIAL EDITION of FOXOLOGY TODAY and in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I will talk with Karen Campbell of The Rose Organization in Houston, Texas.
The Rose Organization ensures that all women have access to quality care. They provide screening, diagnosis and treatment to women regardless of their ability to pay. The unwavering commitment of volunteers, employees and physicians helped create an organization that has changed the lives of countless women and families. I hope you can join me for this informative conversation!
About today's guest:
Karen Campbell has spent more than two decades telling stories of individuals she admires and organizations making a difference. Telling the story of The Rose and the women they serve has been her primary focus in the last four years. As the nonprofit breast health organization's communications specialist, she has interviewed survivors as young as 21 and helped shaped campaigns to increase awareness.
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The National Meeting of #AF4Q Aligning Forces For Quality will be November 6-8, 2013 in Austin, Texas. This is a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation group committed to lift the overall quality of health care in communities. They focus on data on quality, cost, and patient experience. The Flashback Segment highlights an 2008 interview with our friend @Warrior_Kat who shares her cancer survival story
To join Kris Murray in celebrating the success of her recent summit. I'm replaying her segment. She always delivers in a big time way and I know you'll want to hear what she has to say!
Do you know what one big key to improving profitability in your child care business is? On this episode of Child Care Business Success, Kris Murray, President and Founder of Child Care Marketing Solutions, and Julie Bartkus, President and Founder of www.MotivateTeachers.com, provide key strategies for improving profitability in your child care business. Kris is a business coach and marketing consultant for the early childhood industry. Her mission is to help child care owners and directors become more successful and profitable through proven cutting-edge marketing techniques and a unique approach to running a child care business. Share this show!!
Critter Care: Aquariums & Vivariums Friday November 1st 2013, 10 PM, 9 PM, 7 PM The administration of the Under The Sea Radio Show has scheduled an interesting discussion with the owner of The Hydra Forum, Mr. Don Boyer will be on the show discussing the various different aspects of hobbyists involved in both aquariums and vivariums and the aspects of care of those hobbies as well as the social network of the Hydra Forum. For More information about this episode see: http://underthesearadioprogram.yolasite.com/critter-care-aquariums-vivariums.php Check out the Under The Sea Radio Show Store at: http://www.cafepress.com/wmaquaculture For More information about the Under The Sea Radio Show go to the website at: www.underthesearadioshow.com
Join Dr. Cheryl Cottle and her guest Mercedes Dash as they talk about Meaningful Living and how it is sometimes achieved by transitioning. Sometimes we have to go through many stages of change to eventually achieve the peace and life that we want. To ensure that life is worth living, one must live a meaningful life. To achieve that life, one sometimes has to transition. Transitioning or changing becomes a part of the process of growth and development. For some transitioning is a continuous process until you reach that point of self-actualization — where you know yourself, value your self-worth and love who you are.
When adversity hit Mercedes due to the loss of her family’s business, Mercedes decided to look deeply into herself to find out was heart-centered and soul-filling for her. Taking care of children was her love and passion having brought up 4 sons and taken care of her seven grand-children. Mercedes also went back to college where she took a course in Early Childhood Development to better prepare her for her role in education. Mercedes is also a serial-entrepreneur recently opening an in-home preschool and childcare. In September of this year Mercedes added a new business; a children’s party business which is named Children’s Party to Go.
Host: Dr. Cheryl Cottle
Guest: Mercedes Dash
Sponsor: Crafted Spaces
Time: 11:00 am EST.
Are you looking for a new career and feel you don't have the skill set(s) a company is looking for? Listen in to Shirley Gutkowski as she talks with Beth Thompson about how to recognize your transferrable soft skills and what hard skills you should be developing.
Beth Thompson, Founder and Director of CareerFusion, LLC celebrates 34 years as an RDH. She established The Florida Institute of Orofacial Myology, LLC, a clinic and learning center for health care providers in Port Orange, FL. Beth provides industry consulting services, Corporate Recruiting and Placement, and was the Editor in Chief for Contemporary Oral Hygiene for over six years. Her career has been multifaceted in clinical dental hygiene, education, sales and marketing management. She is a graduate of Indiana University, and Past President of the Indiana Dental Hygienist's Association. Beth is a Fellow in the Academy of Comprehensive Esthetics, and currently serves on the ACE advisory board.