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Universal healthcare bill in California fails to pass state legislature

AP News Radio

00:09 sec | 5 months ago

Universal healthcare bill in California fails to pass state legislature

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"american nursing association" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

04:07 min | 10 months ago

"american nursing association" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Klein. President Biden has approved major disaster declarations for counties in New Jersey and New York, affected by devastating floods from the remnants of Hurricane Ida last week. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy toured some flood damaged areas of Lambertville today passed waterlogged belongings piled outside homes and residents clearing flood debris and the spirit of of teamwork and community activism is overwhelming. The governor says he plans to push for more counties to get federal recovery aid. When President Biden surveys flood damage in New Jersey and New York tomorrow. California is facing a shortage of more than 40,000. Nurses in the shortfall is expected to last for another five years. That's according to a new study by the University of California, San Francisco. As NPR's Rito Chatterjee reports. It's part of a nationwide shortage and nursing staff that's been exacerbated by the pandemic. There are about 350,000 registered nurses employed in California's hospitals and clinics. But last year more than a quarter of nurses aged 55 64 said that they plan to leave The researchers of the new studies. A pandemic related burnout has accelerated a problem that's been going on for years and the estimate a 13% shortage of registered nurses in the state of the next five years. The findings come just days after the American Nursing Association wrote a letter to the Department of Health and Human Services, calling attention to the nationwide shortage and nursing stuff and urging the agency to take steps to address the shortage. Read the strategy. NPR news. At a court in the Netherlands. Relatives of the victims who died when Malaysia Airlines flight MH 17 was shot down over eastern Ukraine seven years ago. Beginning several days of testimony, Teri Schultz reports about 90 people intend to address the criminal trial of three Russian and one Ukrainian suspect, all of them being tried in absentia. Family members will have 15 minutes to talk about their loved ones. Almost 300 people, most of them Dutch, died in July 2014 when a book missile fired from rebel controlled eastern Ukraine brought down MH 17, The first speaker was really understand who lost her father and stepmother in the disaster and is a leader of the survivors Group. She speaks here through an interpreter about Russia's refusal to extradite the suspects. I'm absolutely full of feelings of hate of revenge of anger and fear. Watched what needs to fear that we do not obtain justice. The four men are accused of organizing the launch of a missile investigators say was transported from Russia. Moscow denies involvement. For NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz. This is NPR. Ireland's Ryanair says it's ending talks with Boeing on a major purchase of 7 37 Max 10 aircraft because Boeing is demanding too high a price. Just last week, Ryanair CEO said the airline was considering buying 100 to 200 planes, possibly more if prices were favorable. The new president and first woman to lead the AFL CEO Liz Shuler is promising major changes are coming to the country's largest federation, the unions. NPR's Andrea Hsu reports this Labor day Liz Shuler is telling workers were building a modern labor movement with women and people of color at its center. In a recent speech, he noted that the AFL CIA itself a federation of 56 unions is the largest organization of working women in the country. With 6.5 million women. You know, we will be half the labor movement officially In a couple of years. And so I think it's incredibly important to signal that the labor movement is a movement for women. Union membership has been in decline in recent decades, the Labor Department says just over 10% of.

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"american nursing association" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:27 min | 10 months ago

"american nursing association" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Flood damaged areas of Lambertville today passed waterlogged belongings piled outside homes and residents clearing flood debris and the spirit of teamwork and community activism is overwhelming. The governor says he plans to push for more counties to get federal recovery aid when President Biden surveys flood damage in New Jersey and New York tomorrow. California is facing a shortage of more than 40,000 nurses, and the shortfall is expected to last for another five years. That's according to a new study by the University of California, San Francisco. As NPR's Rito Chatterjee reports. It's part of a nationwide shortage and nursing staff that's been exacerbated by the pandemic. There are about 350,000 registered nurses employed in California's hospitals and clinics. But last year more than a quarter of nurses aged 55 64 said that they plan to leave The researchers of the new studies. A pandemic related burnout has accelerated a problem that's been going on for years and the estimate a 13% shortage of registered nurses in the state of the next five years. The findings come just days after the American Nursing Association wrote a letter to the Department of Health and Human Services, calling attention to the nationwide shortage and nursing staff and urging the agency to take steps to address the shortage. Read the strategy. NPR news. At a court in the Netherlands. Relatives of the victims who died when Malaysia Airlines flight MH 17 was shot down over eastern Ukraine seven years ago. Are beginning several days of testimony. Teri Schultz reports about 90 people intend to address the criminal trial of three Russian and one Ukrainian suspect, all of them being tried in absentia. Family members will have 15 minutes to talk about their loved ones. Almost 300 people, most of them Dutch, died in July 2014 when a book missile fired from rebel controlled eastern Ukraine brought down MH 17, The first speaker was really understand who lost her father and stepmother in the disaster and is a leader of the Survivors Group. She speaks here through an interpreter about Russia's refusal to extradite the suspects. I'm absolutely full feelings of hate of revenge of anger and fear. For fear that we do not obtain justice. The four men are accused of organizing the launch of a missile investigators say was transported from Russia. Moscow denies involvement. For NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz. This is NPR Live from KQED news. I'm Brian White State Fire officials say the hard work to contain the massive Cal door fire is not over. That's despite recent gains that if allowed tens of thousands of South Lake Tahoe residents to return to their homes, their warning firefighters of the region's extremely dry conditions. And another increase in the wind. Cal Fire's Tim Ernst told Cruz today to watch out for people coming back home as well with the re pop in this entire area. There is a lot of traffic in there. So please be on the watch out for that. I saw a lot of cars are going probably a little faster they needed to. So there's definitely a hazard there for all of us. Jim Dudley is cow fires Incident meteorologist I cannot emphasize how dry things are across this fire today. I look at the weather data that comes to me, and when I see things in the single digits, it really catches my attention. Stephen Volmer, a cow fire behavior analyst, told Cruz to be ready for more spot fires to jump any member cast that goes across the lines. You go out of a very high potential that you're going to have to take action on some spot fires out there, whether it be immediately Or later on in the evening after they've cooked down for a little while. The Kaldor fire has destroyed more than 700 homes. It still threatens over 28,000 structures in the Sierra foothills. The fire has burned more than 216,000 acres since it started August. 14th State officials say it's now 44% contained. They say they expected to be fully contained by the end of the month. I'm Brian what KQED news Support comes from front, the communication hub that helps teams deliver a personalized experience to every customer. Learn more at front dot.

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"american nursing association" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

05:09 min | 10 months ago

"american nursing association" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"For Labor Day, A special program on the work of composer Aaron Copland. He helped define the 20th century American sound in his music continues to inspire. But during the Cold War, Copeland's populist and patriotic impulses came under suspicion during the red scare. Today, we'll hear more about his ties to liberal causes the political price he paid as a result of his efforts to celebrate the American worker. And why that We're on tape today are classical journey gets underway after these headlines. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone. Several 100 people are stuck at an airport in northern Afghanistan waiting to board charter planes out of the country. As NPR's Jackie Northern reports the destination for those flights. Qatar has had something to say about their intended departure for Doha. The chartered aircraft have been sitting on the tarmac in Mazari Sharif for several days, while details about departure are being worked out. Among those waiting to leave our aid groups, journalists and women at risk. It's unclear if there are any American citizens. Among those waiting. The Taliban are reportedly preventing aircraft from leaving until Qatar gives the go ahead. Analysts say Qatar is hesitant to allow charter planes loaded with passengers who don't have the proper paperwork or screening people stuck in Afghanistan started looking to airports like Mazar e Sharif to get out of the country. After the Kabul airport closed. It's now open again for domestic flights, albeit with no radar system. Jackie Northam. NPR NEWS Islamabad Recovery after Hurricane Ida in New Orleans and other parts of Louisiana is slow power grids were crushed, and hundreds of homes and buildings have been lost over $100 million and emergency assistance has already been dispersed. But NPR's Brian Mann says that for many that hasn't scratched the surface parts of the New Orleans do have power services are improving here. More stores are reopening. But you know there's still not safe drinking water. A lot of the city is still dark, and it's hard to get gasoline. Government officials did open a new shelter yesterday for people who are vulnerable because of serious medical conditions that gives them a place to go for care whether they can also escape. Really serious heat and humidity here. NPR's Brian Mann reporting President Biden is slated to tour Manville, New Jersey and the New York City borough of Queens tomorrow. Arizona will soon be the only state in the country where attorneys will no longer be able to dismiss potential jurors before trial without explaining why NPR's Cheryl Corley explains. Potential jurors can get dismissed for cause. If there's doubt they can be impartial was so called peremptory challenges. Attorneys have a set number of times they can strike a juror without giving a reason. Arizona appellate Judge Peter Swan and a colleague asked the state Supreme Court to eliminate the challenges. Swan says there's no ignoring what often happens during jury selection. The defense strikes white jurors disproportionately and the prosecution strikes jurors of color disproportionately, Swan says A U S Supreme Court ruling that called solely using race to dismiss jurors and constitutional hasn't solved the problem. Beginning next year. There will be no peremptory challenges in Arizona. Cheryl Corley NPR news This is NPR. California is facing a shortage of over 40,000 nurses, a shortage estimated to last through 2026. That's according to a new study by the University of California, San Francisco. As NPR's Richard Chatterjee reports. It's part of a nationwide shortage and nursing staff that was exacerbated by the pandemic. There are about 350,000 registered nurses employed in California's hospitals and clinics. But last year more than a quarter of nurses H 55 64. Plan to leave. The researchers of the new studies. A pandemic related burnout has accelerated a problem that's been going on for years and the estimate a 13% shortage of registered nurses in the state of the next five years. The findings come just days after the American Nursing Association wrote a letter to the Department of Health and Human Services, calling attention to the nationwide shortage and nursing staff and urging the agency to take steps to address the shortage. Read the strategy. NPR news. As New Zealand wraps up its winter season, scientists say that country has seen its warmest winter ever recorded with the average temperature 50 F. Temperatures were boosted by more warm winds than usual for the north and warmer sea Temperatures in New Zealand. The International Chamber of Shipping, a major maritime industry association, supports plans for a global surcharge on carbon emissions from shipping. The goal would be to provide an incentive.

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"american nursing association" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

03:59 min | 10 months ago

"american nursing association" Discussed on NPR News Now

"I'm louise schiavone. Several hundred people are stuck at an airport in northern afghanistan waiting to board charter planes out of the country as npr's jackie northam reports. The destination for those flights cutter has had something to say about their intended departure for doha. The chartered aircraft have been sitting on the tarmac in mazari sharif for several days while details about departure or being worked out among those waiting to leave our aid groups journalists and women at risk. It's unclear if there are any american citizens among those waiting. The taliban reportedly preventing aircraft from leaving until qatar gives the go-ahead analysts. Say qatar is hesitant to allow charter. Planes loaded with passengers. Who don't have the proper paperwork or screening. People stuck in afghanistan started looking to airports like mazari to get out of the country after the kabul airport closed. It's now open again for domestic flights albeit with no radar system. Jackie northam npr news. Islamabad recovery after hurricane ida in new orleans and other parts of louisiana is slow power. Grids were crushed and hundreds of homes and buildings have been lost over one hundred million dollars in emergency. Assistance has already been dispersed but npr's. Brian man says that for many that hasn't scratched the surface. Parts of new. The new orleans do have power services are improving here. More stores are reopening. But you know there's still not safe drinking water. A lot of the city is still dark and it's hard to get gasoline. Government officials did open a new shelter yesterday for people who are vulnerable because of serious medical conditions. That gives them a place to go for care whether they can also escape the really serious heat and humidity here. Npr's brian man reporting president biden is slated to tour manville new jersey and the new york city. Borough of queens tomorrow. Arizona will soon be the only state in the country where attorneys will no longer be able to dismiss potential jurors before trial without explaining. Why and pure cheryl corley explains potential. Jurors can get dismissed for 'cause if there's doubt they can be impartial with so-called peremptory challenges attorneys have a set number of times they can strike juror without giving a reason arizona. Appellate judge peter swan and a colleague asked the state supreme court to eliminate the challenges. Swan says there's no ignoring what often happens during jury selection the defense strikes white jurors disproportionately and the prosecution strikes jurors of color disproportionately so on says a us supreme court ruling that called solely using race to dismiss jurors unconstitutional. Hasn't solved the problem beginning. Next year there will be no. Peremptory challenges in arizona cheryl corley. Npr news this is npr. California is facing a shortage of over forty thousand nurses shortage estimated to last through twenty twenty six. That's according to a new study by the university of california san francisco as npr's richard chatterjee reports. It's part of a nationwide shortage in nursing staff that was exacerbated by the pandemic. There are about three hundred and fifty thousand registered nurses employed in california's hospitals and clinics but last year more than a quarter of nurses h fifty. Five and sixty four said that they plan to leave. The researchers of the new study say pandemic related burn out has accelerated a problem. That's been going on for years. And the estimate a thirteen percent shortage of registered nurses in the state of the next five years. The findings come just days. After the american nursing association wrote a letter to the department of health and human services calling attention to the nationwide shortage in nursing staff urging the agency to take steps to address the shortage read strategy. Npr news as.

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Three Months Before Olympics, Japan Declares Emergency in Tokyo

The World

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Three Months Before Olympics, Japan Declares Emergency in Tokyo

"Of the Tokyo Olympics say they're prepared to hold the games without any Spectators if necessary. NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports with less than three months to go before the Games. Much of Japan's population remains under a state of emergency chief organizer Seiko Hashimoto told a press conference Wednesday that the games could proceed without fans if having them causes problems for the country's medical system. Critics say such problems are inevitable. Organizers have requested 500 nurses from the Japanese Nursing Association to help out at the Games. Medical workers launched a protest on Twitter in response, saying they can't spare the personnel in that the country should be focused on coronavirus countermeasures, not the Olympics. Overseas Spectators have already been banned from the Games. Organizers say they'll decide about domestic fans. By June. Anthony Kuhn NPR NEWS Seoul

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Dallas Announces at-Home Vaccination Program

WBAP Morning News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas Announces at-Home Vaccination Program

"Of Dallas and the visiting Nurse Association teaming up to get Kobe 19 vaccinations. The residents who can't get the vaccination sites, emergency management coordinator Rocky Bozz says six teams of Dallas fire rescue paramedics or administering shots, the homebound residents, the 16 room, dude. Approximately 72 vaccinations per day. They on the travel time and the vaccine and the observation bosses program utilizes the Johnson and Johnson single dose covert 19 vaccine.

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City opens new community vaccination hub at North Seattle College

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

City opens new community vaccination hub at North Seattle College

"Vaccination site opens in Seattle today at North Seattle College. It's initially operating Wednesdays through Fridays. Nine A.m. to four. P.m., the Seattle visiting Nurse Association will run it and its first They're gonna vaccinate nearly 1200 people every week as supply increases, they could expand that to 6400 per week, and when more vaccine gets here, the hours of operations may increase as well.

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800 nurses at Vincent Hospital in Worcester, SW of Boston, go on strike

WBZ Morning News

01:04 min | 1 year ago

800 nurses at Vincent Hospital in Worcester, SW of Boston, go on strike

"Of talking the top Some 800 nurses are now walking the walk. It's ST Vincent Hospital in Worcester of Beef with their bosses over staffing issues sends them to the picket lines for the first time in a couple of decades with more on the job action this morning WBC's James RoHaas joins us Live Morning, James. Good morning, so cars are honking their horns and nurses chanting and waving science here. On some restraint, they are hitting the picket line, arguing that same Vincent Hospital and the parent company, Tenet Healthcare, have not been negotiating in good faith. Dominique Muldoon is with the Massachusetts Nurses Association. They have just not wanted to talk to us about the issue. So you know we don't feel that you know we're getting what we need from them now. Tenet Healthcare says is presented the best proposal for nurses and 10 years and says the strike is a responsible in the middle of ongoing pandemic. It is still lively out here you may be able to hear the honking and chanting Police are out here as well. Making sure traffic is flowing. And those that are going into work are able to get into the parking lot

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The Pandemic has Fueled a Gig Economy for Nurses

Business Wars Daily

03:37 min | 1 year ago

The Pandemic has Fueled a Gig Economy for Nurses

"From wondering. I'm david brown. And this is business wars daily on this friday february twelfth. Happy end of the week everyone. Let's talk about an industry that was feeling the squeeze even before the covid nineteen pandemic began nursing right now. There are more jobs for registered nurses available than there are qualified people to fill them and that shortage is expected to grow unless the industry can get one point. One million jobs filled by twenty twenty two. According to the american nursing association ad in a pandemic and nurses are really feeling the heat. In april of last year the american nursing association survey thirty two thousand nurses about their experiences serving during covid nineteen eighty seven percent of the respondents said. They feared going to work and only eleven percent said they felt equipped to take on patients with cove. It working long hours in high stress. Conditions means more nurses or at risk of burning out and quitting of course that only exacerbates the shortage and leaves hospital scrambling to find qualified health professionals to work with sick patients. Question is is this a problem. That technology could fix well. Some companies think so and are using it to make life easier both for nurses and the healthcare facilities that rely on them connect. Rn is an app that matches medical facilities that need help with nurses willing to take on part time shifts. Hospitals pay connect are in a twenty percent fee in return for access to registered nurses licensed practical nurses and nursing assistants nurses on the app can make between thirty and forty five dollars an hour. The la times reported the pros nurses have said they get paid quickly. Sometimes the next day and the app gives nurses the freedom to choose where and when they work which could potentially decrease. Burn out the cons. Well the app says it helps. Nurses take on quote additional shifts so employees aren't full-time and therefore not eligible for benefits and because the shifts are per diem longer term work be guaranteed as hospital needs change. The on demand nursing industry is getting crowded both intel care and snap nurse which essentially do the same thing as connect are in saw consistent growth even before the pandemic until he care says its app filled four million open shifts since twenty seventeen and snap nurse has around fifty thousand nurses using the platform. Not all apps operate in the same states which cuts down on direct competition but nurses who want to get away for a while at least get away from where they currently live or scrolling. Pass those options and turning to a fourth app trusted health like connect r n trusted health matches facilities with contract nurses but these contracts are longer generally three months and usually require travel to locations where the demand for nurses is high trusted. Health make sure salaries are transparent when jobs are posted and for nurses willing to travel. Those salaries can be high glass door estimated that nurses can earn between eight thousand and ten thousand dollars a month with trusted health. The downside traveling nurses tend to migrate to places where the pay is highest

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Providers Are Sexually Assaulting Patients — and It's Legal

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:31 min | 1 year ago

Providers Are Sexually Assaulting Patients — and It's Legal

"We've been talking about this article from health. Dot com about internal medical exams performed on people. Without their consent that appeared to be a matter of routine standard operation for many medical facilities in the us. Wows ma'am and people. The amazing thing is people still trust the medical profession. Somehow even after all of the horrible things that they that they do well. I mean an angle mayor pratt. Malpractice has killed more people than cova easily. And then there's people who last we want government to be the healthcare. Imagine like let's just multiply the horror stories by tenfold yup. I always every once in a while. Run across a guy is is black and his arguing for for real single payer medical care. And i'm like do you think that the medical care that black folks get under single. Payer would be as good as the law enforcement services that they get single payer law enforcement. Because that doesn't seem to be working out too well for y'all and i would. I would advise you not to go back to that. Same company for any product. Because they're not doing a good job. The article continues patients. Who do find out post op. That a pelvic exam was done without their consent report feeling violated and experienced significant trauma as a result. Wow sarah gundel gore's a clinical psychologist and clinical director of octave of new york. City says that medical trauma can be just as significant as other types of trump non nonconsensual. Pelvic exam is a violation just like any other type of violations. She says in some ways it's even more insidious because it is often being done without the patient even knowing in a place that is supposed to protect patients. Melanie bell melanie. Bell a board member for the maryland. Nurses association also reported during a legislative committee hearing that there are also times when patients have a wakened during these exams. Like what happened to whites and felt violated. Compounding this type of violation is that this practice isn't only unethical but when it's done by medical students it's almost always medically unnecessary Yeah because they're training. These students like well. This is what it would be like. There's no medical history taken one would imagine since they're not talking about that procedure. They're not to say oh. Have you got a trauma in your past. And that's going to make this more difficult more horrific for you than it would be for the average person. Furthermore these exams are overwhelmingly performed for the students benefit and provide no medical benefit to the patient. Now that should be your first clue medical industry that you're doing a thing to a patient that's unconscious and it has no medical benefit to that patient. You're doing something wrong. Yeah know. I can understand like if maybe we should teach classes and medical ethics because we seem to be better at it than the people who are doing it now. Does this article actually talk to anyone on the pro side of this because it just sort of makes the statement that this is the thing. This has happened for a long time. And it's you know medically common but it doesn't. There's not really anybody going to bat for this. Is there like to know the names in the phone numbers of the fbi. Fluid support this. Because i'd like to call them up and discuss it with them. A staff top my head because i read this you know. Yeah no. that's okay. I mean it just. It seems like i'm not gonna say it's bad for being one. Sided does seem to be a little one-sided like what would the person who was leading this class have to save for themselves is all they would have is what we've always done it this way. I mean what what's their best clay. Oh well they signed this vague statement. I mean what what is their best argument here. And if nobody's willing to go on record saying i order this Order all of my medical students to do this then. That's a pretty good sign that they know they're doing wrong isn't it. Yeah you know. 'cause i would be very surprised if anybody would publicly support this i mean i would guess that. They couldn't find anybody to support supported on the record because nobody was willing to. Who would i. i certainly wouldn't. I mean it. It's clearly a violation of the non aggression principle. It's clearly a violation of consent. Dr phoebe frighten a medical ethicist. Who has extensively studied this issue and authored. A recent landmark paper on it says the perspective of the patient is missing medical schools. See this as an opportunity to teach the students but the bodily autonomy and rights of the patient can't be

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"american nursing association" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"american nursing association" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Begin wrestles Internet Caribbeans taking on Wall Street Heavy's the latest Monday after four with me, John how old wls came in. Welcome back to the wreck Cattleman show Last time we talked about the nonsense going on with game Stop. Let's talk now about what's happening in the broader economy. 900,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits again last week, continuing the saga ever since Cove it began. Drilling down a little more to specific pockets of the economy. The American Nursing Association has just released a survey of nurses nationwide. I think we can all agree nurses are among the most important people in the world as a result of the pandemic these days. And they're having economic challenges. 42% of nurses say they've delayed making purchases do the lack of money 39% say they've had to spend down their savings. 32% 1 out of three are using credit cards to pay bills. A quarter of nurses have stopped paying their student loans 11% have withdrawn money from retirement accounts. Prematurely because they needed the cash. 9% of nurses have gotten second jobs. Another 9% I've borrowed from friends or family 4% of nurses air getting help from food banks and a third of the nurses in this country are thinking of quitting their jobs. This. Is a bit of a crisis and one thing I know that we all want to do when we're in such stress like this. Eat chocolate. What more better comfort food is there than chocolate? Well, here's one example where it's getting harder. Good diver has announced that they're selling or closing all 128 of their stores over the next couple of months. It's not just good diver that isn't able to pay rent because nobody's shopping retail these days. Physically, that is 33% of small businesses say they're unable to pay their rent this month. We need to recognize the challenges that are ongoing and fortunately to the rescue or the stimulus checks, right? Well, Americans air large part taking those stimulus checks and saving the money, which means they didn't really need it. Tomo Buy food or pay rent or what have you Americans saved $1.4 Trillion in the first nine months of last year, twice a smudge his usual that's equal to 10% of all household spending in America. More than a third of those first stimulus checks were deposited into bank accounts less than a third of it was spent. And what is it that Americans say they are eventually going to spend the money on? Travel 60% say that they're planning a trip in 2021, bolstered by the news of a vaccine. We're all anxiously looking forward to the day when we can safely leave our homes and Nixon mingle with others. 24% say they're willing to go cruising in 2021, but 18% say they will never get on a cruise ship again because of the health risks. So where is that people are planning to go the top five domestic destinations. The choices here in the U. S number one is Florida. Followed by California, New York, North Carolina and Texas. The top five international destinations for Americans. France, Mexico, Italy. Germany and Canada. So my message she was this If you are planning to go traveling as we get out of this pandemic, you really need to start making your travel plans now because if France is the number one international tourist destination I got news for you. They're not making Paris any bigger. As all of those tourists descend upon the city, you know that hotel rooms will be hard to find, and the prices for those hotel rooms are going to skyrocket. Dido for Broadway in New York. Good luck Getting a concert ticket or tickets to a Broadway show with everybody trying to travel all at once, So hurry, Hurry! Hurry with those travel arrangements, but Because we don't know for sure how soon we'll all be healthy enough to travel. We don't know how soon the cities will truly open themselves back up again. Make sure that they are refundable canceled will reservations you're making. Make sure you buy travel insurance in case your plans have to change. And it's not just travel that people are going to be spending their money on. Some folks are saying forget about traveling to have a good time. I'm just gonna have a good time at home. How? By making my house better by buying a bigger house. Yep. Home Renovations and home Construction are riding waves home construction last year had a 14 year high because so many Americans air working from home 42% of U. S workers, in fact. Four out of 10 have been working from home during this pandemic. Are they going to go back to the office 30% of the workers who are working from home? Say that if they're forced to return to the office, they'll quit. Partly because of the health of fears but partly because they just enjoy working from home. It's so much easier you don't have to commute. You don't have to spend money on parking. You don't have to spend money buying lunch. You don't have to buy a work based wardrobe. And your productivity is higher because you don't have all the distractions of people wander and by your cubicle or desk talking in distracting you. 30% of workers adamantly. Insisting on continuing to work from home. All of this has helped to stave off bankruptcies in America, as people have been hunkering down. Bankruptcies, in fact, are down 40% in France and Britain. They're down 25% on average in the European Union. But economists are saying this might actually not be a good thing. What strikes me is a little weird. How can the absence of bankruptcies be bad? Well, the economists are saying that the only reason bankruptcies air down is because these companies which frankly should be bankrupt or being propped up artificially by all the government stimulus that they're getting They say that in France, 10% of companies avoided bankruptcy because of government funding. And it's basically creating what they're now calling zombie firms companies that aren't making money. They're losing money. They have no hopes of ever making money. But they're being able to stay in business because governments are giving them money to avoid them, shutting down what happens when the government stimulus stops due to the economy recovering That is when those companies will finally go bankrupt and you'll see a wave of bankruptcies on a global basis. It is, in fact, the possibility of downside that has a lot of people spooked about the investing world. My concern shared by all of us here. A Doublemint financial engines is that some investors aren't doing what they need to be doing for their long term financial success because they're so focused on what's happening at the moment, so fearful that there might be a short term market downturn. That they are failing to stay focused on the long term, and that's why I announced last week that we've launched downside defender. It's a way that allows you to invest in a diversified portfolio, giving you the opportunity to enjoy the returns provided by the financial markets. It allows you to set a limit on the downside target value that you don't want to go below..

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"american nursing association" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"american nursing association" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Yeah. Welcome back to the wreck, Cattleman Show last segment. We talked about the nonsense going on with games Stop. Let's talk now about what's happening in the broader economy. 900,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits again last week, continuing the saga ever since Cove it began. Drilling down a little more to specific pockets of the economy. The American Nursing Association has just released a survey of nurses nationwide. I think we can all agree. Nurses are among the most important people in the world as a result of the pandemic these days, and they're having economic challenges. 42% of nurses say they've delayed making purchases do the lack of money 39% say they've had to spend down their savings. 32% 1 out of three are using credit cards to pay bills. Quarter of nurses have stopped paying their student loans. 11% have withdrawn money from retirement accounts prematurely because they needed the cash. 9% of nurses have gotten second jobs. Another 9% I've borrowed from friends or family. 4% of nurses are getting help from food banks and a third of the nurses in this country. Are thinking of quitting their jobs. This. Is a bit of a crisis and one thing I know that we all want to do when we're in such stress like this. Eat chocolate. What more better comfort food is there than chocolate? Well, here's one example where it's getting harder. Good diver has announced that they're selling or closing all 128 of their stores over the next couple of months. It's not just good diver that isn't able to pay rent because nobody's shopping retail these days. Physically, that is 33% of small businesses say they're unable to pay their rent this month. We need to recognize the challenges that are ongoing and fortunately to the rescue or the stimulus checks, right? Well, Americans air large part taking those stimulus checks and saving the money, which means they didn't really need it by food or pay renter would have you Americans saved $1.4 Trillion in the first nine months of last year, twice a smudge is usual. That's equal to 10% of all household spending in America. More than a third of those first stimulus checks were deposited into bank accounts less than a third of it was spent. And what is it that Americans say they are eventually going to spend the money on? Travel 60% say that they're planning a trip in 2021, bolstered by the news of a vaccine. We're all anxiously looking forward to the day when we can safely leave our homes and Nixon mingle with others. 24% say they're willing to go cruising in 2021, but 18% say they will never get on a cruise ship again because of the health risks. So where is that people are planning to go the top five domestic destinations. The choices here in the U. S number one is Florida. Followed by California, New York, North Carolina and Texas. The top five international destinations for Americans. France, Mexico, Italy. Germany and Canada. So my message she was this If you are planning to go traveling as we get out of this pandemic, you really need to start making your travel plans now because if France is the number one international tourist destination I got news for you. They're not making Paris any bigger. As all of those tourists descend upon the city, you know that hotel rooms will be hard to find, and the prices for those hotel rooms are going to skyrocket. Dido for Broadway in New York. Good luck Getting a concert ticket or tickets to a Broadway show with everybody trying to travel all at once, So hurry, Hurry! Hurry with those travel arrangements, but Because we don't know for sure how soon we'll all be healthy enough to travel. We don't know how soon the cities will truly open themselves back up again. Make sure that they are refundable canceled will reservations you're making. Make sure you buy travel insurance in case your plans have to change. And it's not just travel that people are going to be spending their money on. Some folks are saying forget about traveling to have a good time. I'm just gonna have a good time at home. How? By making my house better. By buying a bigger house. Yep. Home Renovations and home construction are riding waves home construction last year had a 14 year high because so many Americans air working from home 42%. Of U. S workers. In fact, four out of 10 have been working from home during this pandemic. Are they going to go back to the office 30% of the workers who are working from home? Say that if they're forced to return to the office, they'll quit. Partly because of the health of fears but partly because they just enjoy working from home. It's so much easier you don't have to commute. You don't have to spend money on parking. You don't have to spend money buying lunch. You don't have to buy a work based wardrobe. And your productivity is higher because you don't have all the distractions of people wander and by your cubicle or desk talking in distracting you. 30% of workers adamantly. Insisting on continuing to work from home. All of this has helped to stave off bankruptcies in America. As people have been hunkering down bankruptcies and factor down 40% in France and Britain, they're down 25% on average in the European Union. But economists are saying this might actually not be a good thing. What strikes me is a little weird. How can the absence of bankruptcies be bad? Well, the economists are saying that the only reason bankruptcies air down is because these companies, which frankly should be bankrupt, are being propped up artificially by all the government stimulus that they're getting. They say that in France, 10% of companies avoided bankruptcy because of government funding. And it's basically creating what they're now calling zombie firms companies that aren't making money. They're losing money. They have no hopes of ever making money. What they're being able to stay in business because governments are giving them money to avoid them, shutting down what happens when the government stimulus stops due to the economy recovering That is when those companies will finally go bankrupt and you'll see a wave of bankruptcies on a global basis. It is, in fact, the possibility of downside that has a lot of people spooked about the investing world. My concern shared by all of us here, it element financial engines is that some investors aren't doing what they need to be doing for their long term financial success because they're so focused on what's happening at the moment. So fearful that there might be a short term market downturn that they are failing to stay focused on the long term, and that's why I announced last week that we've launched downside defender It's a way that allows you to invest in a diversified portfolio, giving you the opportunity to enjoy the returns provided by the financial markets, but allows you to set a limit on the downside target value that you don't want to go below. I encourage you to learn more about downside Defender. If you have been concerned so much so about investing that you've been sitting on the sidelines, see if downside defender Works for you. For more information about it. Just go to ric Edelman dot com. And when we come back on the program, we're going to be visited by Internet sensation Katy Feeney. Stay with us..

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California reveals data used to lift stay-at-home order

All Things Considered

01:40 min | 1 year ago

California reveals data used to lift stay-at-home order

"To ditch the regional stay at home order came as a surprise for many officials said that data and science led to the change yesterday back to a tear based system, but some were still confused as to what that exactly meant. Today, California's Health and Human Services secretary, Dr Mark Galle gave some more clarity on the move. He says it all comes down to ICU projections. We know today's Cases become hospital cases in about two weeks. I see you cases 3 to 4 weeks later. So if we want to really determine what the impact is on where we're gonna be in the hospitals, we have to look about four weeks out. Charlie says the state used to set of formulas for the original restrictions. So they basically calculated how many new cases there are. Many of those people are expected to be in the hospital, and I see you and how many ICU beds there are in total. Today, the state reporting roughly 18,000 new covert 19 patients in the hospital, not new currently and more than 4300 of those are in the ICU. Well as the state remains in the grip of the covert pandemic. Not everyone is celebrating Governor Newsom's decision to end stay at home orders. A lot of people think that the pandemic is over and we will be getting back to normal. It's not anywhere near normal as any triumphal Cortez is the president of the California Nurses Association. She told KGO TV that even with infection rates trending downward, there will be a human cost toe lifting stay at home orders prematurely. Have been a nurse for 40 years, and I have never seen so many patients die health officials to say the decision was based on models that show capacity in those icy units. Rising above 15%

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Indiana Hospitals Are In Need Of Traveling Nurses

The Daily Mash-Up

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Indiana Hospitals Are In Need Of Traveling Nurses

"Indiana's in need of more traveling nurses. With the rising number of coronavirus cases, Madison McGill reports, almost 1000 positions are open across the state. Indiana was already in the midst of a staff shortage of a nursing shortage. And so right now, with the surge and co vid, the need for travel nurses is, of course, even greater. Stacy might, the president elect of the Indiana Emergency Nurses Association, told Wish TV that the need is so great that hospitals are willing to pay a lot more money. Madison McGill 93 W Y B C Mobile news.

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Medical associations say Trump can save countless lives by sharing pandemic information with Biden

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Medical associations say Trump can save countless lives by sharing pandemic information with Biden

"Leaders of three major medical groups are warning that the trump administration must share critical pandemic information with president elect Biden's transition team in a letter to the White House the heads of the American hospital medical and nurses association said the collaboration would save countless lives they write the Biden team needs information as soon as possible on everything from hospital bed capacity and a personal protective gear to plans for vaccine distribution so it can plan Biden himself said yesterday more people may die if his team does not get access to the trump administration's plans for distributing vaccines once they're ready soccer mad Donnie Washington

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"american nursing association" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"american nursing association" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Joined the California Medical Association and the American Nurses Association, California in voting No on 23, paid for by no 1 23 stop the dangerous and costly This proposition, a coalition of dialysis providers, nurses, doctors and patients committee major funding from the Vita and for sending his medical care in the United States Surgeon General's romantic Amara NewsHour taken together to flow the spread of Corona virus. Now we must continue to take personal responsibility to protect ourselves and our loved ones because even though not all of us risked a severe case of Corona virus, we all risk getting it and spreading it to others. Maybe without even realizing that we're sick. So if we want to get back to school, backto work, backto worship and backto overall health There are things our country needs to do. We need to follow state and local guidelines Take extra precautions. If it higher risk wash our hands frequently stay 6 ft from others when we can and when we can't stay 6 ft from others. Please. I'm begging you. Where a face covering Thies. Small actions will make a big difference. So I'm asking you to say it with me. America Corona Virus stops with me. You can learn more at corona virus dot gov. Reduced by the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services at Taxpayer expense. You're listeningto the weekend news hour on news radio. 600 Kogo, Maryland Haider. Everyone is being urged to get a flu shot to avoid flew and covert 19 cases overloading our hospitals..

Politicians, Vigds Finnbogadttir

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:18 min | 1 year ago

Politicians, Vigds Finnbogadttir

"Meet Iceland's Fourth President Vigdis. Finnbogadottir. Victis was born into a wealthy family on April. Fifteenth Nineteen Thirty Vic the capital of Iceland. Her father was a civil engineer and a professor at the University of Iceland. Her mother was chair of the Icelandic Nurses Association for over three decades. Education and travel were highly valued invictus his family. Both of her parents studied in Europe before this was born and they often told tales of their travels. After graduating from junior college wreck you back in nineteen, forty, nine fifty has got the opportunity to travel through Europe and to pursue her many areas of academic interest. She studied French and took courses on literature and drama in Paris. She. Also studied at the University of Saleh in Sweden and continue to pursue her theatrical interest in Copenhagen where she studied theater history. Finally she returned to her home country to study English literature and Education at the University of Iceland. Becoming a teacher was a natural next step for victorious. She taught French drama and theater history at the University of Iceland for breaking away to develop the French department at a selective experimental school in the city. Also participated in many projects that brought her into the public eye. She taught French. Television example and later hosted programs about drama. During summers she gave official tours of the country for journalists and writers hoping to gather research material. In the nineteen seventies, victis also served as the director of the Reykjavik Peter Company. All of the public facing work helped grow popularity and name recognition. In addition to all the other things she had going on figures also adopted a daughter in nineteen, seventy two and raised her as a single mother. All while acting as a cultural ambassador for country. Just. remained relatively a political at first. I some experienced some turbulent politics including housing shortages in the sixties, an ongoing conflict between integrationist and isolationist political ideologies. This is early detachment from politics came in handy when she ran as a candidate for president in nineteen eighty. When asked is it fair to say that that you should be elected for being a woman fixes responded? No I shouldn't be elected because I'm a woman I should be elected because I am a human. She secured a narrow victory against three other opponents all men. Her focus on the cultural identity and history of the country rather than more polarizing issues served her well in the race. Just like that big became the first democratically elected woman president. The Icelandic constitution grants, the president only ceremonial power while the prime minister takes more typical leadership role. Still. took an active role in the development of her country both at home and abroad. She spent time advocating for reforestation. She also used her fluency in multiple languages to serve as an impactful ambassador. Educating about the culture and rich literary traditions of Iceland. She personified the unity of her country and gained massive popularity across the world. Victims was reelected three times until she decided to retire from her position in. Nineteen Ninety six. But her participation in politics didn't end there. The following year she went on to serve as president of the UNESCO World Commission on the ethics of scientific knowledge and technology. Thickness made history by becoming the first woman president, a glass ceiling she broke surprisingly and depressingly recently. Thickness encouraged women never to settle for less. She said get educated never accept shorter education than your brothers.

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"american nursing association" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"american nursing association" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The California Medical Association and the American Nurses Association, California GNA in voting no on 23 paid for by no 1 23 stop the dangerous and costly dialysis Proposition. A coalition of dialysis providers, nurses, doctors and patients committee major funding from the Vita and for Cindy's Medical care. Do you want out of your house? For whatever reason, selling home usually means cleaning or painting repairing staging? So let me ask what if you could sell your home for a fair price without any of that hassle? What if the buyer never had to walk through your house? What if you could sell that house without even an appraisal paying no commission paying no fees. And what if you get cash and get it fast? I'm talking within 10 days or less. That is exactly with direct buyers dot com Does they will buy your property now, direct buyers dot com is a local family owned business. It's been in business since 1986 do not sell your home until you talk to direct There's dot com See what they can offer you They give you a reasonable price, and they'll give you an honest, no obligation offer. Go to direct buyers dot com. Direct buyers dot com. Call 844 to 4 to sell 844 to 4 to sell visit direct buyers dot com. In the United States, Surgeon General Jerome Atoms, America's doctor and all across our nation. We've taken steps together to slow the spread of Corona virus. Now we must continue to take personal responsibility to protect ourselves and our loved ones because even though not all of us risked a severe case of Corona virus, we all risk getting it and spreading it to others. Maybe without even realizing that we're sick. So if we want to get back to school, backto work, backto worship and backto overall health there things our country needs to do. We need to follow state and local guidelines Take extra precautions. If it higher risk wash our hands frequently.

"american nursing association" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"american nursing association" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Medical Association and the American Nurses Association, California in voting No on 23, paid for by no 1 23 stop the dangerous and costly dialysis Proposition, a coalition of dialysis providers. Nurses, Doctors and patients Committee major funding from the Vita and for Cindy's Medical care. Hi, I'm David Fluff and I'm Steve Schmidt, where the host of battleground a new podcast from the recount in 2008, Iran, Senator John McCain's campaign for President David Managed Senator Obama's We're going state by state and giving you in depth reporting on the Trump and Biden strategies so that you understand what they're doing, and, more importantly, Why they're doing it. I heart radio is number one for podcasts. And it's easy to see why Listen, a battleground on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your podcast, okay? If I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I.

"american nursing association" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"american nursing association" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The American Nurses Association, California in voting No on 23 had paid for by no 1 23 stop the dangerous and costly dialysis proposition. The coalition of Dialysis providers, nurses, doctors and patients Committee. Major funding from the Vida. Hi, this is Jay Farner. CEO of Rocket Mortgage Making The right financial decisions has never been more important. We can help guide you to those right decisions now when they matter most mortgage rates are near historic lows. So when you call 8338 rocket or visit us at rocket mortgage dot com to start your refinance, you'll be well on your way to saving money every month. The rate today in our 30 year fixed rate mortgage is 3.375% a P R. 3.59%. Right now could be a great time for you to take some positive financial steps forward with a cash out refinance from rocket mortgage, which could give you the boost that you're looking for. In addition, we may be able to help you refinance with little or no out of pocket costs at rocket mortgage. We're committed to every client every time no exceptions. No excuses, giving you the best mortgage experience. Call us today at 8338 rocket or go to rocket mortgage dot com To learn more rate started to change a 1.75% feed receive. This is coming, right? Mation conditions, equal housing lender lessons in all 50 States and MLS number 30 30. Have you racked up more than $10,000 in credit card debt? Are you barely getting by making minimum payments? You should know the credit card companies are tricking you into thinking there's no way out. Credit card companies would rather you didn't.

Nurses launch seven-day strike at Chicago's University of Illinois Hospital

Bloomberg Radio New York Show

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Nurses launch seven-day strike at Chicago's University of Illinois Hospital

"Hundreds of nurses at the University of Illinois Hospital in Chicago are now on strike. Illinois Nurses Association president Doors, Carol says they're striking for a number of reasons. Major issues are safe staffing. It always has been for many years for nurses at this hospital in Chicago, in Illinois and across the country, it has never changed. The university went to court to try to prevent the strike, stating its concern for public health. A judge rules at about 500 critical nurses aren't allowed to walk off the job, but can participate after their shifts. Many of the nurses have been on the frontlines since the corona virus pandemic began. They say they're prepared to strike for the next seven days. The hospital CEO says he'll meet with the nurses as long as it takes to resolve the outstanding issues and reach a fair agreement.

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Over 800 nurses begin strike at Chicago hospital

Bloomberg Politics, Policy and Power

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Over 800 nurses begin strike at Chicago hospital

"Hundreds of nurses at the University of Illinois Hospital in Chicago are now on strike. Illinois Nurses Association president Doris Carol says they're striking for a number of reasons. Major issues are safe staffing. It always has been for many years for nurses at this hospital in Chicago in Illinois. And across the country. It has never changed. Talks broke down around 1 30. This morning, the university went to court to try to prevent the strike. Stating its concern for public health. A judge ruled that about 500 critical nurses aren't allowed to walk off the job but can participate after their shifts.

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720 Nurses Strike At AMITA St. Joe's Hospital In Joliet, Near Chicago

On the Road with Dane Neal

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

720 Nurses Strike At AMITA St. Joe's Hospital In Joliet, Near Chicago

"Than than 700 700 nurses at Amita ST Joseph Medical Center in Joliet on strike As of this morning, nurses say Koven, 19 is the reason why they deserve a pay rise. But the hospital's also citing the pandemic, saying it has had a severe impact on its finances. 700 nurses here at Amita help ST Joseph Hospital are on strike union, which is the Illinois nurses. Association found an attention strike notice last week union has been negotiating with hospital wraps since February. Besides pay nurses also demand minimum staffing levels. Nurses have been working without a contract since May night in Joliet, Judy Wank W G. M NEWS Chicago

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Nurses go on strike at Amita hospital, near Chicago

On the Road with Dane Neal

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Nurses go on strike at Amita hospital, near Chicago

"Has more than 700 nurses at Amita ST Joseph Medical Center in Joliet on strike As of this morning, nurses say Koven, 19 is the reason why they deserve a pay rise. But the hospital's also citing the pandemic, saying it has had a severe impact on its finances. 700 nurses here at Amita help ST Joseph Hospital are on strike union, which is the Illinois nurses. Association found an attention strike notice last week union has been negotiating with hospital wraps since February. Besides pay nurses also demand minimum staffing levels. Nurses have been working without a contract since May night in Joliet, Judy Wank W G. M NEWS

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Washington DC nurses demand hazard pay during pandemic

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Washington DC nurses demand hazard pay during pandemic

"News she says showing up to work during a pandemic has greatly increased the mental and physical toll that can come with being a nurse that's why one nurse in the area is joining others in her field to demand hazard pay for reporting to duty during the pandemic even with re opening under way for some nurses a DC hospitals it's just a scary situation that's why Deborah Washington enters at United Medical Center in southeast says she's upset the hospital turned down a petition from one hundred fifty nurses for hazard pay you M. C. says in a statement that no medical facility in DC offers hazard pay but it is looking at ways to recognize a steam Washington as a member of the DC nurses association which is pushing for hazard pay at all DC hospitals because she says even though we have the equipment but you still putting yourself into a hazards hazardous

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In California, protective equipment shortage pushes nurses to consider drastic action

The KFBK Morning News

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

In California, protective equipment shortage pushes nurses to consider drastic action

"The California nurses association reports that some hospitals are stockpiling PP preparing for research rather than supplying medical staff now unemployment in California is rising but the health care industry is seeing an overwhelming demand cave BK's Johnny Diego staining with more misty frost is the CEO of the online health care training provider keris she says the demand for health care professionals has changed since the Kobe nineteen outbreak the bureau of labor statistics before okay one is predicting that they're gonna be about two million new jobs created by twenty twenty eight in health care and what we're seeing is a very interesting acceleration of a lot of those positions right now frost says the majority of funding is going towards medical positions that work with patients face to face on non medical office positions are being put on pause pandemic world we're going to see an acceleration and those kinds and John as well as systems struggle to keep up with the returning demand after the

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"american nursing association" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"american nursing association" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Nurses responding to a survey by the American nurses association overwhelmingly agreed that their number one need is appropriate protective equipment equipment repair recurring who obviously is the personal protective equipment or the PP and I'm sure your listeners will probably automatically think of the N. ninety five respirator or the the mass that is in the news but that is only one crucial part of the protective equipment other parts are the face shields or goggles the glove the plastic around or the plastic jumpsuit that we've seen members of the healthcare team wearing all of those together provides the most complete protection for the health care provider so that they are not possibly exposed to the virus and it also reduces the chance that they may be spreading the virus to other members of the healthcare team or other people they will come into contact with Dr Ernest grant is president of the American nurses association he says nurses are also asking for corona virus specific training we feel they need to know what is their role in the individual health care facilities disaster preparedness plan and by knowing that role then obviously they can provide the optimal care as well Dr grant says the nurses association wants to collaborate with Congress on staffing strategies to sustain the nursing workforce we are very grateful that there was a bill passed that will provide eight point three billion dollars in emergency funds to help prevent the spread of the corona virus but we also think there probably is going to be a need for some additional funding to help with crafting and offered to ensure that adequate supplies that is gotten to people who are on the front lines to provide this care as well the association is also asking Congress to monitor the supply chain who ensured that we have these hotspots such is currently in New York of New Jersey and Florida the popular equipment is gotten to those areas as well to help mitigate the spread of the fire you see Davis Medical Center nurses are holding a vigil at this evening shift change calling for safe staffing and protest in what they call a lack of personal protective equipment we reached out to national nurses United which is promoting tonight's vigil but didn't immediately hear back Getty okay Joe Michaels reporting there now it's five fifty and weather together and we'll have to okay a traffic.

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New York's health care workers await medical supplies promised by FEMA

Morning Edition

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

New York's health care workers await medical supplies promised by FEMA

"Health care workers in New York say they have yet to receive protective gear from the federal government despite shortages this after FEMA said it's distributing face masks from the national stockpile speaking on the Brian Lehrer show Lisa bomb a representative for the New York state nurses association says they have not seen the supplies they are certainly not in the hands of healthcare workers so I don't know what they shipped with the same man who they talking about certain plants and they talk about ten ninety five respirators we don't know officials are also calling on president trump to enforce the defense production act to force manufacturers to prioritize making the masks

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"american nursing association" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"american nursing association" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"And even the Republicans and Democrats are getting together for the most part they getting together so that's a good thing to see maybe go around the room and would you say your name and the setting and it's great to have you thank you very much please maker of the chief nursing officer for the American nurses association thank you and I'm the CEO of the American academy of the CEO of the American Association of nurse practitioner I'm doctor double traveling on the president and CEO of the American Association of colleges of nursing Theresa Davis a non clinical operations director but I am representing the American Association critical on the twenty twenty one national president or the emergency nurses association hello Mr president the CEO of the American Association for nursing leaders and the city and I hope to be back in hospitals sure I know who he is anything just closes I just want to join you in welcoming these these great healers to the White House residents spoke today to the here's a physician organizations from around the country we garnered from them recommendations about how we can further support those views that are coming along side Americans that are impacted by the corona virus and as the president said we are absolutely committed to to bringing the full resources of the federal government the full resources.

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"american nursing association" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:16 min | 3 years ago

"american nursing association" Discussed on 710 WOR

"This is based on myriad studies on numerous studies. From all different academic research institutions throughout Europe, Japan. Australia the United States South American research coming from all over the world. Most of the researchers from the US in Europe. You can expect your bad cholesterol to go down. And it starts to go down within the first seven days at doesn't take a long time to go down and starts to go down right away. And it gets better and better and better over the following much. So you're big cholesterol goes down. It's called LDL. Your good cholesterol goes up a little bit. But also, triglycerides, go down triglycerides or another kind of greasy fat Craig list rides can cause fatty liver. People are learning about fatty liver these days because of becoming fairly common triglycerides can get clogged arteries of the heart triglycerides contribute to belly fat, but triglycerides, also triggers broken heart attacks, so they lead the heart disease and trigger a stroke, heart attack, just like bad cholesterol count. And they found that using steroids. Not only lowers your total cholesterol, and your bad cholesterol. Not only raises the good cholesterol a little bit. But also has an effect on your triglycerides. And it does something else to it lowers inflammation in the arteries of your heart. So this is important. Between all these different things. You've got the cause of most heart attacks. About half of all heart attacks are due to greasy fats, like cholesterol, cholesterol, triglycerides. Dependably lower your cholesterol and also to a degree lower your, triglycerides, but the other half as from inflammation. You can have very good levels of cholesterol, very low cholesterol. Still have a heart attack, his inflammation and the lining of the blood vessels of your heart. It's something you could get checked in your blood test. It's called HSE are p h s c reactive protein. HSE R P designates that you have inflammation in the heart. And if it's high you're not just clogging, your arteries were cholesterol, flat fat, but the cholesterol fat is inflamed, and it can rupture and lead to a heart attack or stroke. Not only has the. Stairwells been shown to lower your cholesterol, very dependably. But also, lower inflammation in the heart between those two cholesterol, and inflammation on heart. You've got the root of most heart attacks, not all but most. So his the division of human nutrition Wajed engine university. That's over in the Netherlands. It's in a British journal nutrition. And they looked at a hundred and twenty four human clinical trials a hundred and twenty four human clinical trials. No doubt about it. Plant sterols, very effectively, lowered your bad cholesterol. They very effectively Lord. You bet cholesterol. So here's a study a single study from the hospital of Paris Alpa toll do party. It's an journal current medical research. No pinions, and they're looking at two thousand four hundred people would high cholesterol, their average age was fifty six. And when they gave them steroids at lowered the total cholesterol by eleven percent. Lowered the bad cholesterol by over thirteen percent on average, and it raised the good cholesterol on average by eight percent. And even if you're on a Staten, adding the steroids to the Staten still further improved, you control, your cholesterol, increasing good cholesterol, lowering bad cholesterol. So here's a study from the European journal of nutrition. And they're looking at twelve clinical trials twelve human clinical trials. Not only did the steroids lower your bed cholesterol. But it also lowered your triglycerides on average by six percent. Lowering both cholesterol lowering your triglycerides is a very appropriate way of lowering your risk for coronary heart disease. So now who believes in sterile. I check that out. I went onto. Very prominent academic research institutions, and everyone I checked believed in stairwells the thing is you have to know all the different names of stairwells Costo called plant sterols plant, Fido, stairwells plant, STAN walls, planned, Fido, stencils, so you have to look at all four different terms or otherwise you're not going to uncover the research. That's how it is natural things in medical things and drug things just always different names. So when I did that I went into the mayo clinic they believed in steroids. I went into the website for the Cleveland Clinic. They believed in stairwells. I went into the website for Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of public health both of them. They believed in stairwells Tufts University Columbia University Cornell University Harvard University. The national institutes health the American Heart Association, the American Medical sociation, the American nursing association. The American pharmaceutical society every one of them said stairwells are really appropriate. You really need to discuss a portfolio diet what your client and adding stairwells to lower the risk of heart disease. In fact, it worked so successfully the effects of stairwells is so dependable that the FDA allows us to put a label acclaiming on our label a very powerful claim think of heart disease is the number one killer on the planet. It's the number one killer and United States. They allow us to put a label that a few of a certain amount of our steroids along with a good diet and exercise it can help lower your risk of heart disease. That's a very powerful statement cause heart disease is the number one killer in the United States..

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"american nursing association" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:50 min | 3 years ago

"american nursing association" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"But the other way, you get cholesterol is from your food from the saturated fat and cholesterol in your food and the sugary Craig list, Raj in your food. Drinking a lot of sugary sodas that eventually can affect your cholesterol, initially, it'll it'll it'll cause inflammation and raise your blood sugar. But eventually it will affect your cholesterol, and there's a whole dynamic tonight but nanny event so about forty percent of your cholesterol comes from your food. So if you take the sterile before meal, you absorb bless cholesterol from food stairwells is a plant fat. And it tricks the body and a blocked you absorption of cholesterol. It's kinda like musical chairs. Now, there's many many studies on about a million people, which Daryl's stairwells has more research behind it than any statin drug, and that's the truth because they've been studying stare all since the nineteen fifties. They've been studying a sterile symptom. Nineteen fifty. Who believes from stairwells the American Heart Association, the American Medical Association, all those doctors to lead the other doctors. The American pharmaceutical society the American nursing association. Harvard, matt. The mayo clinic the Cleveland Clinic NYU UCLA Columbia University. You could go on any of their websites, and you can read about this stuff. You take one capsule. What some water about ten minutes before each meal? Three times a day, and you absorb a lot less cholesterol, and your cholesterol levels plummet. How much are we sing at plummet? I'll read you some of the letters. I mean, it really mentioned. Hill. Joan I I wanna thank you. Thank you. That was my Irish schlicht, and I was born in Ireland. I I wanna thank you for all you were doing to help the general public learn about nutritional supplements. Since I I heard you radio a few months ago, I've been taking your cholesterol supplement, your stairwells and your him, Ian, Polycom within just a few months. My cholesterol went from two hundred and sixty down to one hundred and sixty with minimal dietary changes. I was amazed. My doctor had wanted to put me on cholesterol lowering medication because my diet is basically good, and I am not overweight. He could not believe anything else would work. I'm looking forward to showing him otherwise so her cholesterol within two months went from two sixty two sixty now here's another one. Flow there, Jerry, I've been taking your sterile. You're Polycom your cardio h action. You're fficials for six months. Whic your steroids. My total cholesterol went way down my LDL, bad cholesterol, went from one hundred and one hundred forty seven down to one hundred and seventeen. But my good cholesterol went up ten points. My HDL went from seventy three to eighty three. I will continue to take these products. Thank you Florence. Here's mirror in New York. And nine months. My LDL cholesterol went down from one hundred ninety five to one hundred twenty nine and the last launch my LDL decreased from one forty three to one twenty nine. I take one of your stairwells twice a day before meals. Now, my doctor says I do not need that before before deductible on prescribes dot. So you don't need a Staten polo cholesterol. Whatever safely lowers cholesterol is good scarecrows lower cholesterol, his Robert and Ramsey. I had to lower my Lipitor dosage from side effects. I low a dose Olympia from twenty milligrams to ten milligrams. The stairwells kept my LDL below seventy am I told cholesterol below one forty four my HDL's now up to eighty my triglycerides down fifty. With his. And he had the lower it, which of course, to plus was going to shoot all the way up 'cause just kind of like a bounceback thing. He went onto stairwells. So that's two products that really work. I only talk about products that really work alcohol with a massive numbers. Studies on these nutrients either together or shepherd, they're great for nerve pain. Whether the nerve pain is caused by chemotherapy or by the shingles virus. Or by diabetes. Doesn't matter. Alcohol with LA helps nerve pain, and they help heal the nerve to and they work better than. Neurons. Which is Gaba pinton, they work. Are they don't give they don't make you sleepy. They improve your guy. Anesthesia slow. A. You. Absorb you. Five. Then flash dropping that's from. Does you still hoping to bed? From special. Spiritual. Apparently. Restored brain. A greater move your memory. This. But you have to you need one hundred. Day. I better part. I was going to read you all these papers. But I won't. Coordinator Alderson from brain. My brain is doing that. The only thing I can't change a lot of stuff. I'm really good. As you grow older circulation to the brain declines in all of us at declines anywhere from ten to fourteen percent. Rest virtual restore circulation to the aging brain, Dave even shown rest virtual restore circulation to diabetic springs diabetics. Have a worst case scenario diabetics have more stiffening a blood vessel Walston, the general public. So they're more at risk of a stroke, and Alzheimer's disease, and vascular dementia than the typical person. Even and diabetics giving them a hundred to two hundred milligrams of respirator twelve day was improving their blood sugar and restoring circulation all over their brain the front of the brain the middle of the brain on the back of the brain. I mean that's a win win win. And when they took older people it was in Germany. It was to max plank institute in Berlin and shrieked university hospital when they took older people, and they gave them rest virtual two hundred milligrams a day. It was a six and a half months study. They found it was re perfuse the brain with blood. It was restoring circulation to these ageing brains and their memory improved. So. And let me tell you something. People with diabetes, especially women have a much higher risk of developing Alzheimer's and other dementias show the rest virtual is restoring shirk relation to the brain diabetics and improving their blood sugar control when they gave to older women. It was restoring circulation today. And women and young people and the elderly and diabetics. And then they went onto. Over talking Cornell were talking Columbia. Clinically wound clinic we're talking the Medical College of of South Carolina in Charleston. We're talking the university of Florida Gainesville. We're talking Oregon state university. We're talking. In Case Western reserve. We're talking Wake Forest all these places have done studies on Alzheimer's and rush virtual, and here's what they found. And Alzheimer's the base of the spine gets damaged the it's a barrier. It's called a blood brain barrier. The blood brain barrier. Runs along the base of the spine and a blocked bed things from getting into the brain and people with Alzheimer's it gets inflamed. And leaky. And the immune cells from the body are leaking into the brain deletion into the brain, they inflamed. The brain the brain swells, and you can no longer detoxified a brain plaque buildup destroys nerves inside the brain cells. And then you have the Alzheimer's. Before Alzheimer's does several year stage of inflammation. So here's what they found from all of these like twenty nine thirty different academic research institutions, data study rest virtual and Alzheimer's. Here's what they found. A it was restoring the work ability to the blood brain barrier that protective barrier at the base of the spot. Inflammation and allowed the blood brain barrier to heal and it was blocking the body's immune cells from leaking into the brain when the immune cells from the body could no longer enter the brain. Inflammation in the brain went down. What happened swelling went down and the brain was once again at had room to create spinal fluid which wrenches the brain. And washes away to plaque and people with Alzheimer's, they showed a plaque leave near brandy Alzheimer's plaque. So if it's not an abrasion, it's not gonna poison a brain cells and kill them. It's not going to destroy the nerve tissue and their memory started to improve they were starting to function better. Like like remember to put on the old washed himself. They were starting to remember things memory was improving their mood was improving and physical function. Day-to-day functioning was improving. So I tell people take west virtual preventatively. To restore circulation to the brain you need blood and a brain you need oxygen and the brain you need to sugar in the brain. And to heal parts of the brain and help prevent these nasty things from happening to your brain. It's great evidence on this. And we have real rest virtual it's made. And. South carolina. We protect it from light. We're not using heavy metals to protect it the stuff in white paint. We're not using taxonomy dioxide from lake paint. We're using a green stuff from vegetables that shields. The across from light and technology at captured gel in Greenville, South Carolina protected from oxygen. We add grapeseed, and we add quercetin to make the rest virtual work better. How much do you need to protect your brain?.

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"american nursing association" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"american nursing association" Discussed on 710 WOR

"My total cholesterol dropped my LDL bad cholesterol went from one hundred and forty seven to one hundred and seventeen on my good cluster. Went up from seventy three to eighty three and I will continue to take your products. Thank you Florence. Well. There you go the stuff, Israel, the steroids are real, and you know, the beauty of sterile. They don't block the absorption of good fatty things you still absorb your vitamin d you still absorb your fish oils. You still absorb the looting theorized memory, you still absorbed, the lycopene for your heart and your skin and your prostate. It just not absorbing the saturated fat and cholesterol as much as you would have what after stairwells and they worked so. Well. That the FDA actually allows us to make a statement about reducing your risk of heart disease. Now, that's really impressive because heart disease is the biggest killer on the planet. So are sterile are on special the way you take it as you take one capsule? What some water or any liquid really ten minutes before each meal and your cholesterol within two weeks dropping it's really dropping. You'll see it. I mean, if they take a blood test, you'll see a big drop and cholesterol and who's behind it Columbia University Mount Sinai, NYU Cornell Harvard, Yale Johns Hopkins, the national institutes of health, the American Heart Association, the American Medical Association, the American nursing association, the American pharmaceutical society. There's just so many other places. The mayo clinic Cleveland Clinic, they all know cheryl's, lower your cholesterol. And that's good. Says to more common causes of heart attacks, one is inflammation in the heart. We're going to discuss that later. When we discuss cocoa. And the other is cholesterol cholesterol, high cholesterol is responsible for about half of all heart attacks, and inflammation in the blood vessels of the heart is pretty much responsible for the other half. So by doing the steroids and the cocoa you could help lower both. And that's just a really good thing. Okay. Let's go to our first break a little.

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"american nursing association" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"american nursing association" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"But the other way, you get cholesterol is from your food from shot rated fat and cholesterol in your food and a sugary Craig list ride in your food. Suffered drinking a lot of sugary sodas that eventually can affect your questionable initially. It'll it'll it'll cause inflammation and raise your blood sugar. But eventually it'll affect your cholesterol, and there's a whole dynamic tonight but nanny event so about forty percent of your cholesterol comes from your food. So if you take the sterile before meal. You absorb blush cholesterol from food stairwells is a plant fat, and it tricks the body and a block the absorption of cholesterol. It's kind of like musical chairs. Now, there's many many studies on about a million people, which stairwells stairwells has more research behind it than any statin drug, and that's the truth because they've been studying sterile since the nineteen fifties. They've been studying sterile nineteen fifty. Who believes stairwells the American Heart Association, the American Medical show, all those doctors that lead the other doctors. The American pharmaceutical society the American nursing association. Harvard map. The mayo clinic Cleveland Clinic NYU UCLA Columbia University. You could go on any of their websites, and you can read about this stuff..

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"american nursing association" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:04 min | 3 years ago

"american nursing association" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Three times a day at blocks the absorption would cluster on such fat from your food. And that's a good thing. You could take it along the lower your cholesterol, it absolutely works. Or you could take it. What you're studying drugs. You could do it either way. So here's another study. This is a Washington University school of medicine. Published in the journal the American journal clinical nutrition, which is the journal of the American society for nutrition. And they took people at high cholesterol and gave them cheryl's two thousand milligrams a day. And lowered their bed cholesterol significantly lowered their LDL cholesterol significantly. But here's the thing. It showed how it worked. It blocked the absorption of cholesterol from your food by up to thirty percent on average at blocked the absorption of cholesterol from their food by twenty five percent. And it increased the excretion of cholesterol from their intestines by seventy four percent. So that's mechanistic. I mean approves that they work. So here's the hospital day Powrie, Hoppy two-day Powrie. It's in Paris, France. Current medical research. Two thousand three hundred and Seventy-six Parisians with high cholesterol. Their average age was fifty six. They put them on stairwells and their total cholesterol dropped by eleven percent. They're good cholesterol increased by eight percent and their bad cholesterol fell by fifteen percent. I have a lot of studies like that. I have a lot of studies like lifetime. So here's a review it's in a British journal of nutrition. It's division of human nutrition wedging engine university over in the Netherlands, and they're looking at one hundred and twenty four studies on stat steamrolls on stairwells not starting stairwells. That tells you there's an awful lot of human clinical trials looking at one hundred and twenty four studies on plant sterols. Did they work? Yes. Absolutely one capsule three times a day, gradually, reduced LDL bad cholesterol concentrations on average by twelve percent. So some people might have been ten percent other people it might have been fifteen percents, but it worked it absolutely works. So here's the a meta analysis looking at a portfolio diet, a meta analysis a portfolio diet. Contains four things that have been absolutely proven to lower cholesterol. Four things that lower cholesterol journal progress and cardiovascular diseases, it's a team. That set out to update the European association for the study of diabetes the clinical practice guidelines for the medical doctors sort of portfolio diet is a plant based diet that emphasizes four clinically validated cholesterol, lowering foods every day. Okay. If you have these foods everyday. It's clinically proven validated. It's absolutely proven to lower your cholesterol. Forty two grams of tree nuts or peanuts. Now. Forty two grams is announcing a half an ounce and a half of tree nuts cashews. Walnuts. Pecans? Fifty grams of protein from. Lagoons or pulses so fifty grams of protein from like chick peas or beans or lentils. Twenty grams of fiber should I be oats barley, silly, apples oranges, berries and two grams of plant sterols. So this is the portfolio diet to lower your cholesterol and lower your blood pressure, and it's validated and many human clinical trials. This is what they preach in Europe before going to a twelve astatine and similar stone. Not. Looms or pulses? Cyber fiber and plant sterols. There's no doubt about it. So who believe in plant sterols who believe plant sterols? I I went into a whole bunch of websites to see who believed in plant sterols. I went into the American Heart Association website. The American Medical Association website, the Harvard Medical school's website, the Yale medical school website. The mayo clinic website the Cleveland Clinic website. UCLA NYU Cornell Columbia University, they all agree. Plant sterols work showed us, the American pharmaceutical society. So does the American nursing association? They all agreed the American the American Heart Association. The American Medical Association. All agree. A better diet exercise and stairwells works as well as statins to lower your cholesterol, and it should be tried first. That's not what's happening. So here is Robert in Ramsey New Jersey, he was having pain from LIPA, torso. He had lowered the dosage and both. He and the doctor were afraid that his cholesterol would jump back up. So what he did with his doctor's knowledge. He added the stairwells to a lower dose of Lipitor LIPA at Tova stuck. I lowered my dose of Lipitor from twenty milligrams to ten milligrams because of the side effects stairwells kept my LDL cholesterol below seventy am I total cholesterol below one hundred forty my HDL's at eighty my triglycerides are fifty my doctor, and I are very happy. His mirror in New York City. And nine months, you're stairwells lowered my LDL cholesterol from one hundred ninety five to one hundred twenty nine. Now, I do not need to take statin drugs. Here's a Florence dare. Jerry. I've been taking your stairwells your cardio h action your fficials for six months. My total cholesterol dropped significantly my bad cholesterol went from one hundred and forty seven to one hundred seventeen and my good cholesterol went up ten points. That's beautiful. I'm telling you this stuff works. Okay. We have to go to a break are steroids, Ron special very safe way to lower your bad cholesterol. It absolutely works and over the course of three to six months, it gets better and better and better and better you can use them alone. Or you can use them. What you're starting drudge or you could use them. What you've I tore doesn't matter. The stairwells one capsule would have similar about five to ten minutes before each meal..

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