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Behind the Murder Curtain

1/14/2019
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Bruce Sackman is the Author of Behind the Murder Curtain along with 2 colleagues: Michael Vecchione and Jerry Schmeterer. We think of healthcare as attracting Angels of Mercy, drawn to helping people at the MOST vulnerable times of their lives.

Duration:00:55:21

The Consequence of Communication

1/7/2019
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In a world in which humans have become more and more polarized in our views, communication and hearing, healthcare sits right on the middle of the conflicts.

Duration:00:52:32

The Impact of Healthcare Providers on Patients and Clients

12/17/2018
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Ray Befus and I met on LinkedIn when he shared a post from Dee McCarthy: I love you. No…I might not know you. But if folks can hate for no good reason, I can love.

Duration:00:56:27

What Inspires You?

12/10/2018
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We are approaching year-end. As with so many people, I am thinking about what has inspired me this year. How about you? I would like to share with you some of my inspirations and how you can call in and share yours: 1-866-472-5792.

Duration:00:56:22

A Transformational Nurse

12/3/2018
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I have become fascinated with the unending options available to nurses in careers and industries in (and especially out of) the traditional healthcare environment—not to mention entrepreneurial adventures.

Duration:00:55:28

Nurse Bullying

11/26/2018
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Dr. Paul T. Clements from Drexel University, has been known to say, “Always be mindful. You may not know who’s watching you or who you’re inspiring.”

Duration:00:55:21

Teaching Nursing to the World!

11/19/2018
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Have you ever dreamed of doing something REALLY big to help the World? My three guests, Miriam Chickering, Dr. Stacen Keating and Kathleen Capone are doing just that.

Duration:00:54:59

Burnout: Reignite A Love Of Nursing

11/12/2018
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Len Robinson joined me on July 30th for the single most listened to session this year on Burnout for nurses.

Duration:00:56:19

Doulas: What Was Old is Completely Redefined

10/29/2018
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As a Labor and Delivery Nurse, I worked in a hospital that did not have Doulas. I guess you could say that we functioned in that capacity. Doulas (with or without the name) have been around as long as women have needed help delivering babies--which is to say, forever!

Duration:00:55:28

Telephone Triage Nursing: the Role, the Benefits, and the Future

10/22/2018
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Triage has been a part of healthcare for nearly as long as there have been disasters: man-made, as in war or accidents, or natural disasters.

Duration:00:54:22

Collaboration is Just 1 Human Away

10/15/2018
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I am thrilled to have as my guest, Dr. Mary Tilak form Highland, Indiana. She is a healthcare provider who has embraced the concept of collaborative healthcare from way before it was the "thing to do"!

Duration:00:54:36

Some Thoughts about Gender Equality

10/8/2018
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What is the Chinese curse? "May you live in interesting times." I want to touch on one tiny part of the a recent uproar--Gender Equality. There is more to this subject than can be said in an hour.

Duration:00:55:19

One Mother's Answer to a Colicky Baby

10/1/2018
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We always used to hear about building a better mouse trap, but as an OB and Nursery Nurse, I would say what is REALLY needed is a Baby Bottle that eliminates Colic in newborn and young babies.

Duration:00:56:00

Weaving Our Passions into Our Present

9/24/2018
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For many nurses, our work IS our passion. But for some of us, there is that insistently whispering voice in the head to go do what our PASSION calls us to do.

Duration:00:54:46

Nursing at the Top, Toward the Future

9/10/2018
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Nurses have been the go-to people to get things done with little or nothing in materials or money for centuries, but until recent history rarely the people consulted to determine the future and direction of healthcare in general.

Duration:00:53:10

Autopsy of the Nursing Profession

8/27/2018
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This is an interesting discussion of all the things we wish we had known about prior to deciding on a career in Nursing.

Duration:00:51:41

Putting Nurses First: Placing Them for Success

8/20/2018
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There are a million staffing companies in the world and many, if not most, are very good. Unfortunately, sometimes it can be a less than supportive experience on the part of the nurse.

Duration:00:54:13

Burnout: The Flood of People Leaving Nursing

7/30/2018
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Nearly every nurse has experienced periods of Burnout. For some of us, it was mental or emotional. For others, it also includes physical and spiritual decline.

Duration:00:56:18

Alzheimer's: A Nurses's Primer

7/23/2018
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Lori La Bey is my amazing guest. She is a sought-after speaker, trainer and advocate for Alzheimer patients and their often, overwhelmed families.

Duration:00:53:33

New Grads: the Future of Nursing

7/16/2018
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With stories in the news of Boomer nurses retiring in the thousands each week and "seasoned" nurses feeling burned out, the future of nurses may lie in the hands of our new Grad RN's.

Duration:00:54:57