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Dr. Harrison-Madu is currently the Acting Chairperson of Nursing and Allied Health Programs at Essex County College in Newark, New Jersey.
Dr. Harrison lectures on topics nursing framework to include Fundamentals of Nursing, Pharmacology, Maternal Newborn, Pediatrics, Medical Surgical Nursing and Mental Health Nursing.
Dr. Harrison-Madu’s did her masteres thesis entitled “Improving Nurse Performance of Medication Administration Assessment in the Home Care Environment” and her doctorial dissertation entitled, “A Study on Nursing Student Experiences and Perceptions in Processing Information on Standardized Tests”.
Dr. Harrison-Madu can be reached at (973) 877- 1885 & firstname.lastname@example.org and http://www.essex.edu/
Join Ronald and guest Dr. Harrison-Madu on March 24, 2015 at 7:00 PM to share her view on the nursing profession of the future.
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Join us as Micheline walks us through the journey to Conscious Awareness. Micheline Nader is a successful entrepreneur who founded, managed, and sold a number of healthcare companies. Micheline holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, a Master’s in Public Health and a doctoral degree in healthcare management. Interview Hot Topics What is the...
Healthy fish should never be a problem to get rid of. Any of the following options is preferable to dumping or flushing:
Local Fish/Pet Shop - See if they will take your unwanted fish. Some will even pay you a small price for them.
?Other fishowners - Advertise if you have to, you'll be surprised by how many fishowners are willing to adopt your fish.Fish Clubs - Check to see if there is a fish club in your region. Odds are someone in the club will gladly take your fish.
Schools, nursing home's, or office's - Any place that has an aquarium may agree to take your fish. If they don't have an aquarium, consider donating yours. Nursing homes and schools often welcome such gifts, and it might even be tax deductible.
Diseased fish are a little more difficult to deal with. Obviously they cannot be given away. However, they should never be dumped into local waterways or flushed. Sick Fish that cannot be cured should be quickly and mercifully euthanized before being disposed of in a sanitary landfill.
Changing lives of Women by giving them the necessary tools to become what they want in life.
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Holland Haiis—Author, Speaker, Business Woman
Holland Haiis is the author of Consciously Connecting: A Simple Process to Reconnect in a Disconnected World, and incorporates these principles as she works with individuals and businesses which will help them engage in a plan of action as they become awakened, get excited and stay connected! Holland began her career by designing a program to engage the residents in a nursing facility. She then taught gifted and talented children in creative arts and simultaneously worked with children who were autistic. By interacting with both the very young and aging population, Holland was led to greater personal creativity and connection.
Dr. Robert A. Bear, is the author of "Sorrow's Reward" -interrelated tales from a fictional dialysis unit. While fictional, the stories are too close to the real day to day, lives of patients, Doctors and families. Dr. Bear, author of over 150 medical articles will discuss his reasons for these compelling stories told through the eyes and thoughts of his fictional characters.
This book is a must read for anyone involved with Dialysis from Doctors, Technicians, Counselors, Patient and their families. "Dialysis Advocates"
After many years in Nephrology as a Physician, Educator and Administrator he began to have questions about how Dialysis Care has evolved. Now that many clinics are run by large "For Profit" companies; are the patients, nursing staff and Doctors better off? What can and should be done to improve dialysis care. What are the responsibilities of patients in their care?
In Home Skilled Nursing La Jolla, http://firstatofsandiego.com Best In-home Nursing Care in La Jolla including Homecare, Home Nursing, Caregivers. Trained, Certified, Licensed Nurses, 92037
3 Simple Health Strategies For Seniors
How to make lifestyle choices that lead to health and wellness.
Families with aging loved ones can help guide decision making for happier, healthier family members. Here are three simple health strategies for seniors that will help to make a positive, long lasting difference.
Get to the Root of Restless Sleep
Sleep declines with age naturally, and by age 70, a typical night of rest is just over 6 hours. A trip to the doctor can often uncover the root of sleep issues, whether it’s chronic pain, improper medications or something more serious.
Boost Immunity With Smart Diet Choices
A robust immune system is vital for reducing the risk of getting sick and staying healthy year round. Great foods for supporting immunity are vegetables, fruits and whole grains.
Skilled In Home Nursing For Safety, Guidance and Care
Professional in home care offers a loved one the assistance they need to age at home independently. Help administering medicine, light housekeeping, even running errands helps seniors stay confident and independent.
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 619-220-7600 or visit our website at: http://www.FirstatofSanDiego.com
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Patrice Gilgan joins us this evening to expose the abuse and drugging of her father at the hands of doctors and nursing home workers in two different facilities in Orange County, California. The first instance of abuse both physical and with drugs occured at Irvine Cottage Board and Care where Gerald had been sent to recover from brain surgery. Gerald was drugged within 24 hours of admittance to the home with massive doses of Haldol, Seroqel and overdosed on morphine. There was no prescription for the morphine. Cottage Board and Care is operated by St Joseph Hospice, a Catholic enterprise.
At a second facility, Villa Valencia Skilled Nursing, (a St Michael Hospice and another Catholic owned enterprise), Gerald was given 7 different drugs. None of these drugs were to be used on brain injured or individuals suffering from dementia. When Gerald was finally freed from this facility and hospitalized again, it took more than two weeks for him to respond due to the massive drug overload in his system.
Videos of Gerald, and of some of the abuse he endured are available on the you tube channel; Ireland Dallas
Gerald Gilgan was a retired New York City Fire Fighter. This man did not deserve this callous treatment. No one does. Yet it happens to the elderly every day here in the US.
Tonya Harris, CEO, MACCS Health Services, LLC.
MACCS Health Services, LLC. helps school administrators keep sick children safe by providing school nurses and health education workshops. We also help schools maintain compliance with state health mandates so that they fully qualify for financial reimbursements.
Tonya Y. Harris is CEO of MACCS Health Services, LLC. and Executive Director of MACCS Children's Fund and Live Fit Coalition. Ms. Harris was educated in the Philadelphia public school system and is an alumni of Community College of Philadelphia, Thomas Jefferson University School of Nursing and Saint Joseph's University. Ms. Harris is a divorced mother of five & grandmother of eleven that enjoys spending time with family, supporting the arts and empowering others to reach their full potential.
Micheline Nader is a successful entrepreneur who founded, managed, and sold a number of healthcare companies. Born in Lebanon, she has lived and worked in Europe, Canada, and the Unites States where she has resided for the past 20 years. Micheline holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, a Masters in Public Health from the American University of Beirut and a doctoral degree in healthcare management from Paris Dauphine University (France).
At a young age, key life events propelled Nader into a journey of self-discovery and personal transformation. Using her personal losses as catalysts, Nader turned her life around through the practice of conscious awareness. She translated her own life lessons into the program she calls THE DOLPHIN’S DANCE, a practical process for awakening and living with conscious awareness.
Nader breaks down the journey to recover and reclaim our lost selves into five simple stages. She provides readers with the starting thread and methodically shows us how to unravel the knots we created for ourselves. She guides readers to (1) Discover their emotions (2) Awaken to their beliefs (3) Name their patterns (4) Cancel their polarities and (5 )Embrace their true selves. http://www.michelinenader.com/
This is a show for the elderly and the people who care for them. We will examine topics of interest to both groups (caregivers & care recipients). This show will discuss the issues that pertain to each group as separate, but related topics.
The host of the show is Derrick McDaniel, author of the book Eldercare, The Essential Guide To Caring For Your Elderly Loved One And Yourself. He is also Managing Director of Caring Hearts of New Jersey Home Care with over 20 years industry experience.
Sarah Palmer is the director of NeuroConnect and is passionate about helping improve the lives of people living with brain injury.
While starting undergraduate studies, Sarah’s grandfather sustained a brain injury which, according to doctors, resulted in Alzheimer’s disease. Having experienced the mistakes made by families unknowing about legal issues and rehabilitation, Sarah has become passionate about rehabilitation and the education of families through NeuroConnect Magazine and other initiatives.
Since her personal experience with brain injury, Sarah has completed her BA in Psychology and her Master’s degree in Counseling, specializing in Behavioural Neuroscience. She continues her work with NeuroConnect as well as provides Cognitive Rehabilitation services and co-owns Barron Dacey Nursing & Home Care, which provides attendant care and nursing services in Ontario. For a free subscription to NeuroConnect see www.neuroconnect.ca
This show is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery. This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we find the new "me."
We focus on the four A's of Recovery: Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers.
The front half of show is a featured guest. to join us in the discussion. The second part of the show is Open Mic and some great Indy Music, sure to inspire! Host is Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at www.inaflash.org & "Like" at www.facebook.com/inaflash.org and www.facebook.com/braininjuryradionetwork
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