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Lorie A. Brown, RN, MN, JD is a nurse attorney with over 30 years of combined experience as a Registered Nurse and attorney. She combines her specialties with a practice of medical legal consulting and representing nurses before the Licensing Board.
Staying abreast of current legal trends and issues, Lorie has a passion for learning and personal growth.
Lorie formed Empowered Nurses because she felt that nurses have the answers to the problems in health care. However, nurses do not feel comfortable speaking their mind for fear of getting in trouble or even losing their job.
Empowered Nurses provides tools to nurses to speak their mind, stand in their power and be a change agent to improve patient care while legally protecting their license.
We're going to spend a full half hour with one of our most dynamic Nursing leaders. Melissa Macogay, RN, not only leads two of our most intense units, (including our Pediatric Intensvie Care Unit), but she originally worked at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. She's been on our HR blog, and on Wednesday, April 2nd she's joining us!
Heidi DuPree is an energy healing therapist, holistic nurse, Certified Traditional Naturopath, and award-winning author with over thirty years of experience in healthcare. Her book “The Other Medicine That Really Works: How Energy Medicine Can Help You Heal in Body, Mind, and Spirit” has won seven national and international awards in the categories of health, alternative medicine, and healing arts.
Heidi began her career as a clinical nurse, and then transitioned to energy medicine with a private practice in energy healing in Ashburn, Virginia for the last 20 years. She has a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Virginia, a doctorate in Traditional Naturopathy, and is broadly trained in a variety of energy healing therapies.
You can learn more about her at HeidiDupree.com, Enjoy the interview!
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Theresa Brown, RN, lives and works in the Pittsburgh area. She received her BSN from the University of Pittsburgh, and during what she calls her past life, a PhD in English from the University of Chicago.
Brown is a regular contributor to the New York Times blog “Well” and an occasional Op-Ed contributor. Her essay “Perhaps Death is Proud; More Reason to Savor Life” is included in Best American Science Writing 2009 and Best American Medical Writing 2009. Critical Care: A New Nurse Faces Death, Life, and Everything in Between (HarperStudio, 2010) is her first book.
Theresa is a Board Member of the Center for Health Media and Policy at the Bellevue School of Nursing at Hunter College. She is also an Advisory Board Member for Scrubs Magazine, which won the 2010 Maggie Award for Best New Publication from the Western Publishing Association. Theresa lives with her husband, Arthur Kosowsky, their three children, and their dog.
Separation and Divorce is complicated and our experts know change isn’t always easy. CL3 Agency's Life After Divorce program has joined forces with a variety of experts to help people cope with all the emotions, phases and transitions in one's personal and professional development that comes with adjustments related to divorce. The program supports men, women, teen parents, adolescents and youth, those going through mid-life crisis and dealing with infidelity.
Featured CL3 Community Partner is Lisa LaBelle, Co-Founder of Divorce Support Center, a non-profit online resource center that gives families hope that not only can you have hope after divorce, but you can have a strong emotional and financial foundation for your children. The center features one of their experts on the show. www.divorcesupportcenter.com.
Today's Guest: Michele Sfakianos, RN, BSN helps parents and teens to navigate the obstacles that teens face today; step families in areas related finances, living arrangements, holidays, grandparent responsibilities, and legal ramifications as well as about the basic life skills that are not always taught in school or at home. Read more.
Dr. Paul has almost 40 years of experience in Plastic and Reconstructive surgery. Dr. Paul earned both undergraduate and medical degrees at the University of Maryland. After a Surgery residency at Manhattan's Mount Sinai Medical Center, he completed additional General and Plastic Surgery residencies at the George Washington University Medical Center in Washington, D.C. He is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He also currently serves as clinical professor of Surgery at the Aesthetic and Plastic Surgery Institute at the University of California, Irvine.
Dr. Paul also currently practices rejuvenation surgery at the Lifestyle Lift office in Beverly Hills. Tune in or call in with your questions for Dr. Paul!
Glenda Watson Natale is a Board certified Holistic Nurse, degreed in Nursing, Communication and Theatre as well, active member of the American Holistic Nurses Association, experience in clinical practice as a Psychiatric nurse, and as adjunct university faculty. She is Certified in past life regression with Brian Weiss, Reiki Master , and LightScape artist, having received professional acclaim for large format acrylic depictions of Light.
Susan Strauss RN Ed.D. is an international speaker, trainer and consultant. Her specialty areas include organization development, leadership development, and bullying and harassment.
Susan conducts bullying and harassment investigations, works as an expert witness for harassment and bullying lawsuits, and coaches managers and employees that need assistance in stopping their harassing or bullying behavior.
She has worked as an RN in the OR, pediatrics, med-surg, psychiatry, and public health. She has also been director of quality improvement, director of education and development, and other leadership roles. She researched physician abuse to RNs in the OR to determine if the abuse varied based on the gender of the nurse.
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Hospice is a medically directed supportive service for patients with a life limiting illness and their families. The goal is to provide a continuation of care, which offers patients choices for enhancing the opportunities for completing their lives with dignity, purpose and peace.
This week on Business Talk, we will be featuring Brenda Evans, RN with the SOMC Hospice on Wednesday June 25, 2014, at 1:00 in the afternoon on our Internet OSU-RIO Radio and Channel 17 TV program.
Brenda will discuss:
What is HOSPICE?
Who is Eligible for Hospice Care?
How are Referrals Made
In-Patient and Out-Patient Services
Hospice has become an important part of today's health care system. When the hope for cure is no longer realistic, Hospice seeks to discover ways to add quality and life to the remaining days.
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When two North Carolina nurses met, they knew they had several things in common. They were both passionate about nursing, had a knack for writing and were driven to inspire others to embrace lifelong learning.
They later discovered they had something else in common—something they were not talking about. They had both suffered the ill effects of incivility in the healthcare workplace. Why weren’t they talking about it? Because no one talks about it. It’s healthcare’s dirty little secret. No one wants to admit that a shameful culture of incivility infects most healthcare workplaces.
Both Linda and Stacey found out the hard way that working in an atmosphere that breeds incivility leaves healthcare workers feeling exhausted, hopeless and dissatisfied . . . but that’s not the worst part. Incivility in the healthcare workplace also leads to medical errors, poor patient satisfaction, higher employee turnover and higher healthcare costs for consumers.
Linda H. Leekley BS, RN began her nursing career in the oncology department at Duke University Medical Center. After experience in acute care, home health, clinical education and healthcare writing, she founded the healthcare publishing company, In the Know, in 1998. Linda believes that civility and lifelong learning are the keys to both personal and professional success. She lives in Durham, North Carolina--the “City of Medicine.”
Stacey L. Turnure, RN came into nursing as a second career. It was her mother’s diagnosis and eventual death from cancer that inspired the career change. She has worked in oncology, neurology, medical-surgical and pediatrics. Now, a nurse educator, healthcare education writer and double-time mom to twin boys, Stacey looks forward to inspiring others to follow their dreams, use their voices and make positive changes where change is so desperately needed.
Leeanne Nosko is the owner of Jewel Point Recovery Services, working as a recovery consultant, coach, speaker and writer.
Leanne is an RN specializing in the field of addiction and mental health for 20 years.
Actively engaged in her own recovery--and sober for twenty years--she describes her journey of recovery as the single most transformational experience of her life.
The mission of Jewel Point Recovery is to help those affected by addiction, and those who do the work of addiction treatment, to transform the power of addiction into a benevolent force for good.
Asking for help is not easy. Losing your independence is probably everyone's greatest fear. At Preferred Care at Home, in Valencia Ca. they understand this, and want to be there for you, by your side, every step of the way. They pledge to you that If you are not happy, neither are they, and they will not rest until you are 100% satisfied. They Promise! As a home care company, they assist clients to improve quality of life while safeguarding their independence and dignity. They do this by sending reliable, compassionate, and affordable caregivers to the home, or wherever they call home, to perform whatever services are needed. Some of these services may include meal preparation, companionship, housekeeping, medication reminders, guidance with personal hygiene, transportation and more. They also provide Smooth Transition Care from Rehab/Hospital to wherever you call home. We provide education to facilitate reducing hospital re-admissions.
Join Dave Nassaney, The Caregiver's Caregiver, author of numerous articles and books, speaker, life coach, and radio talk-show host for caregivers who are burned out, but his most important role is being a caregiver to his lovely wife, Charlene. His latest book that he is now working on is entitled: The Caregiver's Caregiver, A Guide to Avoiding Burnout. It is designed to teach caregivers who are taking care of their loved ones (due to an illness or disability) how to take care of themselves FIRST. If they don't learn this, they will likely suffer burnout and become as helpless as the person they are caring for. Tune in every Wednesday at noon, PST, (Re-Broadcast Saturdays at 3:30pm PST) for interviews with experts in the caregiving field, as they discuss topics of great interest to caregivers, which will help them avoid burnout. www.DaveTheCaregiversCaregiver.com or DaveNass.com