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Host Windy Carson-Smith talks with Cathy Borris-Hale, Nurse Specialist for Discipline and Practice for the DC Board of Nursing. Ms. Borris-Hale talks about the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) where she is a Director-at-Large on the Board of Directors. The discussion touches on the NCSBN, state boards of nursing, medical marijuana, the Nurse Licensure Compact, international regulation, and what nurses should know about the NCSBN. Mentioned in this episode are the NCSBN website, the American Cannabis Nurses Association, and Nursys.
Ms. Borris-Hale recieved a master's degree in Healthcare Administration from Bellevue University. She began her nursing career as a staff nurse at Provdence Hospital in Washington, DC in 1981. Since then she has served as Director for Nursing at MedStar Manor, Clinical Director for Sub-Acute Services, Director of Nursing for Medical Geriatrics, Stroke, and the Express Admissions Unit, as well as Vice President and CEO of a District of Columbia Hospital. In 2018-18 Ms. Borris-Hale was appointed to the first NCSBN Medical Marijuana Regulatory Guidelines Committee.
The Let's Talk Podcast covers clinical, legal and regulatory topics of interest to both the employed and the entrepreneurial APNs. Let's Talk is a product of Carson Company, a nursing consulting firm. Please visit carsonco.net for more information, or visit our Facebook page.
This podcast is hosted by Sharon Hall, whose husband has been diagnosed with bvFTD. It was created to give FTD families a resource for valuable information that deals with having FTD present in your life. All episodes are archived by subject, so if this month's subject is not something you need now, you can listen in the future.
This month we will discuss Palliative and Hospice care. Sharon will be joined by Rebekah Wilson, MSW, www.agingcarecoach.com and Tina Ketchie Stearns, www.itsabouthowyoulive.com to discuss why palliative care is important and how hospice works and the 5 myths of hospice.
To contact Sharon, email email@example.com. You can suggest topics to be covered on the podcast, or tell us how you like, or dislike, this format. We enjoy hearing from our listeners.
“New Year New You” advertisements have started. From gyms to weight loss programs to your friend on Facebook who’s following a new “lifestyle” plan. There’s plenty to choose from: vegan, paleo, keto, Mediterranean, gluten-free, low-carb, low-fat, high-protein… What are you supposed to do? What are you supposed to eat? Who are you supposed to be listening to?
During this show, we’ll touch upon
Food addiction Weight loss studies Solutions for sustainable health
Dr. Kerri Fullerton is an Intuitive Eating and Body Acceptance coach, as well as Naturopathic Doctor. Kerri has been helping women escape the confusion and sense of defeat that comes from chronically battling their body and their food. She helps them find peace and power with their food and their bodies so that they can live their healthiest and happiest life. What she’s most passionate about is raising a generation of girls that don’t look to their bodies for their happiness, self-worth or confidence. A generation that will use their minds and money to change the world instead of their bodies.
DEB BRANDON is a weaver, respected textile artist and enthusiast, and writer. She’s been an active volunteer with Weave a Real Peace (WARP), including serving multiple terms as a board member as well as writing the long-running “Textile Techniques from Around the World” column for the WARP newsletter. Brandon is a popular speaker on textiles and other topics. She’s an avid traveler and has competed nationally and internationally in dragon boating, and she’s been a professor in the Mathematical Sciences Department at Carnegie Mellon University since 1991. Her other books include the memoir “But My Brain Had Other Ideas,” and her essays have appeared in several publications, including HandEye Magazine and Weaving Today.
Find her books on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2L4lI2V and https://amzn.to/2Pr3mKj
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Mold Illness Workshop added to the FDN Conference The benefits of joining the AFDNP Association Addressing Lyme, will FDN come out with a module that addresses this specifically? Working with clients Type II Diabetes, testing and protocols. Caller: How to deal with HIPPA when doing FDN with clients? Client Case: Female with super dry skin and drinking a lot of water, any recommended diet and testing?
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Join co-hosts Danna & Ginny. Danna is founder of www.ThyroidNation.com and host of Thyroid Nation Radio. She is joined by her co-founder, Ginny Mahar, of their new lifestyle support platform and Thyroid30 Wellness adventure, www.ThyroidRefresh.com.
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Their stories What is a lifestyle support platform What is Thyroid30 and how to play 5 things you don't know about them It's going to be a wonderfully, informative, enlightening and magical show!! Join us! Also, please check the Radio Show Facebook Group, Hashi's & Graves. Information about that weeks' guest and support for those that need it. It's a great, informative group. Be prepared to feel empowered!
If you suffer from chronic pain, you can learn a new language, a language called “an enjoyable life.” Since anxiety and anger are basic survival responses, that’s where your brain is programmed to go as the default mode. These automatic responses become stronger with age and repetition. To train your brain differently requires a deliberate long-term focused effort. The first step in any new endeavor is to create a vision of where you want to go. What do you want your life to look like? Do you want to live in this state of affairs indefinitely? You can’t accomplish anything of significance until you know what it looks like and internalize it.
In this episode, spine surgeon Dr. David Hanscom shows that what you’re doing by creating and pursuing what you want is essentially reprogramming your nervous system. As you continue to work on learning the language of “an enjoyable life,” you’ll be paying less attention to the pain circuits and they will atrophy from disuse. At some tipping point, your pain and anxiety will diminish dramatically – but not by trying to make it drop. It’s similar to re-directing a river into a different channel. It will be slow at first but as the flow of water is diverted, the force of the water will help create the new channel.
For more information, go to http://www.backincontrol.com/learn-another-language-an-enjoyable-life
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This week's podcast guest - Torea Rodriguez, FDN and Transformational Coach - joins us to talk about all things self-care and the emotional sides of healing.
We discuss the concept of 'sleuthing out' your own treatment protocols in tandem with the guidance of a health coach, the importance and art of listening to your own body, and how to face your demons.
Also covered on today's show:
- The N=1 study in YOUR health
- Finding an accountability partner AND facing your fear of judgement
- Planning your nutritional and lifestyle progress for best results
Hosted by David White of Authentic Wellness Radio
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Since everyone depends on water for our very survival, it makes perfect sense that dehydration can inevitably result in problematic symptoms. Jaroslav Boublik PhD answers a wide variety of questions about the effects of dehydration on your health and what you can do about it. Dr. Boublik's area of research centers around the effects of dehydration and is a co-developer of the Aquas https://www.aquas.us
Here is a short list of the questions he answers:
Isn't it possible to get better hydrated by simply drinking more water? Why does the body become more dehydrated as we age? Why is hydration so essential to a detox program? How does taking the following foods help or hinder hydration: salt, energy drinks, coffee, tea, alcoholic beverages and soft drinks. How can a person know whether they are dehydrated? What are the issues with the sources of drinking water? What are the issues with structured water products? Can good hydration ...
Address the symptoms of diseases? Improve mental clarity? Improve digestion? Soften skin tissue and help us look younger? Help to control a person's body weight? Robert Rodgers PhD Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease https://parkinsonsdisease.me
Listen to an AOTA podcast on Building Accessible Learning Opportunities in the Community. A panel (OT educator, business leader, school OT, and students) will discuss a community event at a park coordinated through a university, school, and business partnership.
In this episode, Cherina and Kealy answer questions from people on all different aspects of clinic management, mindset, setting boundaries, marketing, and more!
One look at the myriad of nutrition and fitness shows on BlogTalkRadio and you'll see we're one of the healthiest sites on the Web! Our community regards health as a top priority, because we know the key to a higher quality of life is a combination of the right foods, regular exercise and quality medical care. Listen as the world's leading physicians, researchers, personal trainers and nutritionists discuss the latest health news, including trendy diets and those with staying power. Find accountability partners in listeners following HCG, Atkins, Body for Life, Nutrisystems, Weight Watchers, the blood type diet, juice fasts and cleanses. Get off the couch with personal trainers, fitness instructors and therapists who'll keep you motivated all year. Total health also includes managing stress, increasing your brainpower, fertility treatments and the best herbal remedies and supplements, so turn to our experts in holistic healing, biofeedback and alternative medicine, too.
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