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"bsn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:00 min | Last month

"bsn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Eight six. Thank you they say. The acting comptroller of the currency pursue. I guess that's the person's last name recently like in stable coins to the wholesale funding markets whose collapsed precipitated. The two thousand eight financial crisis quote in terms of known knowns a run on a large stable coin could be highly destabilizing. Not at they have the money to back their stable point. It's just so clear that they have no clue how these things work. Well i think arias onto something if they are lying if the stable coin maker is bsn and saying that they have sixty billion dollars in a vault but they've only got twenty billion and then somebody calls in an order on thirty billion of them and says i want my dollars and then they can't provide it. That's the only way run on these things could happen. That would be a problem but it would only be a problem for that one guy or whoever the people are that. Are you know trying to make the claim on those coins and the corporation. The rest of us will not be affected by that. If you don't have those stable coins if you're not holding those destroy the value of your stable coined it would destroy that stable coin. Yeah but if you don't hold that stable coin you will not be affected by this correct so going on. Mr marcus has cited facebook success in securing quote licenses or approvals for no novi. Which is their wallet in nearly every state and concluded that novi is ready to come to market to be clear. Your ability to secure state issued money transmitter licenses is not equivalent to obtaining the blessing of all us regulators if law enforcement wants to ask facebook to get all your entire messaging history. They can do that and facebook. You know is going to turn it over. So what makes them think. Facebook wouldn't cooperate with handing over your financial history as well. That's all going to be public..

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"bsn" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

04:01 min | 2 months ago

"bsn" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"I think we'll get a lot of bending attention shine on brad watch the that race replay before i came on the air Kind of broke out where it's at the start in kind of 'cause the bump if you will and then the steady at the top of the stretch the i think it was the eventual winner. Kinda swooped in From the outside and and crossed in front of shine on brad Was clear but you know. Kind of shine on brad's You know he's looking at it. And you know kind of prompt a tiny little bit so that was inaccurate trouble line as well But i you know unless. I guess if he gets to the front end and and is able to dictate terms and you know that would be the the formula. I think you're gonna have to use it shine on brad's going to win this race. So that's that's a look at some of the Some of the contenders instances but then some of the long shots and read the real big launch. I don't know so that's what i think about race seven. Let's fair humble warrior. Has that kind of style. The fact that That he already went a mile and Yeah this this actually sixty thousand dollar heyman purchase at bsn march Tony grants There's there's there's plenty. There's plenty to respect Corner tap stretching out and have been beaten quite a few quite a few links in those in those three starts but is also going to turns for the first time a tap is our out of any use mayor It Yeah i i'm you know what you may have convinced me here to stay to keep it simple I can tell you from a standpoint. He's got a stretch out but Shannon brad Feels like the other consideration. Job inside I i think this might wanna stretch out that that last race. That kind of works on a on a fig from a standpoint so but i you you make you make a good case for for humble warrior as the as the key all right that gets us to a nightcap. And i'm really sorry. Actually that this race came off the turf bill because even though we've only got one horse out of the field the five learning girl There were some morse's in this race that in particularly blarney girl watch for her next time because she made a big move forward go into the turf So did kangaroo talk for j. holden as well really proved on the stretch out and the move to grass that. That's what she wanted to do. I hate interrupting but when you mentioned you mentioned scratches. I'm like all gonna take one more time. And lo and behold the eleven o'clock hour update did go up and Scratches is backtracking. one are backtracking. A couple of races ransack is is a scratch from that. Sixth grade yep And then in this age race Sides blarney girl the sixth graceful choice and the nine kangaroo talker out Resonate well the this. This still may be okay on the dirt but it was a it was a it was a very interesting group. of maiden thirties open company. It was interesting on the grass. There were there. Were some prices that That had that had potential. Now coming off the turf and going back to the dirt we got to We got to kind of reevaluate. You know by all rights. Why why why shouldn't read mckay. He's really why can't candy call. Why shouldn't she like the The main track..

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"bsn" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

05:25 min | 3 months ago

"bsn" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"A bunch of people about it. I read it for begum. back when i was like living. Inbreeding crypto and thinking that it was going to be i was basically a zealot. I'm not gonna lie. I was very. I was like so i i read a bit license verbatim and then follow that story very closely. Used to be easy back. Then you are bitcoin. All of the news is happening on the front page. Is vaguely remember reading article with you is why i'm asking but i never knew that you actually took more into that idea because i wanted to know everyone was making such a big deal about the bit license. I okay what the thing actually say. And i was like oh it says pretty much. You need like almost three quarters of a million dollars just to have a bitcoin business in new york. So that basically bodies out. I don't know ninety. Nine percent of the population. Are you guys speculating that they're going to copy pasta the bit license. That's legislators do like if something is going to be copied pasta as a speculation but like look what it's introducing is is not the same thing he's talking about the effects of it being copied of like. Hey we're trying to choose regulations that you do this. You know when you comply to local jurisdictions united states we handle this technology fair and whatever it is that it turns out. We're just going to you and no one's going to do that. Like what you're in what you're what you're trying to do is so anathema to the idea of what blockchain is that it's clear you don't understand what's going on now is is incredibly detrimental as opposed to like. Oh you know you're close. You're getting right. Let's work with Fuck off and this isn't going to work in. It's going to be incredibly detrimental to the united states in the marketplace of like crypto across the world. These really have to worry about. So i may flat here. The we have to be careful of replicating this technology and basically trying to own a good port. Because they're they're dumping a tremendous amount of money in and infrastructure over the period of the next ten to fifteen twenty years. who is they. The chinese government for the purpose of like owning it when it becomes something that everyone uses. They'd like to be the infrastructure that owns it to. They can control it. Bsn talking about a lot of things like building out bsn be financed Chain nano bsn blockchain services network. That's what china's central hub that connects long is a good example of this noble. Everything gets routed through. Bsn it's like we boo or we bo- we've oh. Yeah yes connected by nancy you go through. Bsn so the goal is to make everything route through them so that they have knowledge of it on the infrastructure and control it for looked at least the initial longest term of all evaluators for tron in china all their. It's not unreasonable. To think any government any business of a certain size isn't isn't control. The government based on how the government operates. I'd be happy for someone to prove me wrong on that point. I wonder how far up his rectum uncle. Sam is. he's up there but uncle. Sam is all lebane- lonzo wigs ruta but if you have to build out infrastructure like this type of stuff of blockchain infrastructure is to literally not have a single entity control back to the point is to distribute power across people so that a minor minority can't control the majority not careful it was things like for completely removing america from the conversation. Then something like. That is more likely to happen to say american. Wanted to exact same thing but like more players on the globe legal system trying is probably better than not seems like a lot of a lot of projects already building outside of the. Us anyway like our happen. My company is an offer services. United states operating at a we have a singapore into regulations too. Ambiguous like it's in america that it's so ambiguous with how to run a business in crypto. Like i'm amazed that columbus has done such a good job of it and cracking right. They getting right in. America is is a guaranteed especially this miss this big the same way alonzo gaping. They're.

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Taking a Portfolio Approach to Immuno-Oncology

The Bio Report

01:45 min | 4 months ago

Taking a Portfolio Approach to Immuno-Oncology

"Thanks for joining us. Hiiumaa very pleased to be here today and to share a little bit more information about my company protons biotech. We're gonna talk about poor taj. It's pipeline of immuno oncology therapies and its business model prior to portas. You're at bsn and involved in the development of some of the first immunotherapy is known as checkpoint inhibitors but hats. We can begin with this general approach. What happens in cancer. And how do these therapies work. Sure are so for many years you're familiarly. When we were treated cancer we would give people toxic chemicals. They would wreak havoc throughout the body with the hopes that you get small amounts to your cancer could slow the growth and some people often complain that the treatment is worse than the disease you know at the early days that be mass We had made the shift to try to boost the immune system to fight cancer. And the reason that. I don't have cancer today. Even though my body develops cancer cells every day is because my immune system Finds those cells. It sees them and then it clears them So the idea being what if we can get everyone's immune system to find the cancer cells and kill them so we started using some. I would say rather broad nonspecific approaches to boost immune system and when the immune system fires At the cancer and it can recognize a cancer cell of healthy. It can clear that cell and it can continue to do that. Typically remainder of people's lives

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"bsn" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

04:57 min | 4 months ago

"bsn" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

"Called the sense of wondering. It was her attempt to make sure that her nephew didn't lose his sense of wonder and she writes this article. A child's world is fresh and new and beautiful full of wonder and excitement. It is our misfortune that for most of us that clear. I division that true instinct for what is beautiful and aspiring is dimmed and even lost before we reach adult. Ed if i had influence with the good fairy who supposed to preside over the cushioning of all children. I should ask her gift each child and the world the a sense of wonder so indestructible that would last throughout life as an unfailing antidote against the boredom and disenchantment of later years the sterile preoccupation with things that are artificial the alienation from the sources of our strength. There's a lot and that expert. But i love the line a gift each child in the world. Bsn's a wonder so indestructible last throughout life. So one thing i do love about kids is their sense of wonder. Everything is new and exciting when they see or experiencing for the first time. There's nothing like that. If you're a parent you know that like you don't even want to look at what's happening. You wanna look at. What's happening in their eyes on their face. Usually when i have those moments with my kids. I'm usually crying because it's just an incredibly joyful moving experience and i love when they see when they have those moments you know. They're not obsessed with figuring it out entirely. I mean yes they do. Maybe ask a few questions. We know that but they're content to sit with things that simply take their breath away. They love that off factor. They make time for it. They seem to go looking for those moments of wonder and i think we need to continue to feed. That wonder not just for them but for all of us but it got me thinking why is it that we adults struggle so much with wonder how maybe we could learn a thing or two from kids..

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"bsn" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:52 min | 4 months ago

"bsn" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Money. We're gonna talk about the streaming service. Bsn now which is great night. I'm assuming cause you to be able to introduce yourself to some audiences that have never been in the hall or never been to tanglewood but one more thing about or a couple more things about the year based on what you said and the withdrawal and how much it's a part of your body and your life are you approaching your work and your music. Do you think differently post pandemic than you did before. It's very very very good question. Also interesting to a. And i i cannot hundred percent say what exactly has changed but but but there is there is something point fontham fundamental which is which has changed its. It's also maybe the. I think at the but the the action to anything. The composes of composed is i. I'm more. I'm more keen to know. What the backgrounds of you know this. You know the times in composers composed of what was what was happening. Lives that time. What was in the world happening at the time and to take actually that more in the consideration of interpretation because nali feel whole much the koran has influenced our lives and and and the you know the the and i think no one i mean can ignore that and it has influenced in. A certain sense changed our lives. And i think therefore we also looked life. Maybe more more different in a sense of You know that We need to value each moment in life. Each each wonderful moment and to to to to value until two to enjoy and to you know to some of the more more careful about you know losing the great the time they sometimes have also very you know soak about music and arts to being very parts of important parts of you know he humanity and music can bring you close. You know closer to the you know these these Values and and an i..

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New report on Apple’s VR headset: 8K in each eye, potential $3,000 price tag

Daily Tech News Show

04:16 min | 10 months ago

New report on Apple’s VR headset: 8K in each eye, potential $3,000 price tag

"Myanmar's new military government ordered that local telecoms temporarily blocked facebook owned services in the country from midnight on february third through february seventh claiming that the platform was contributing to instability the digital rights nonprofit access now estimates that there are twenty two million facebook users in the country. A new report by canada's privacy commission found clear view is facial recognition database to be illegal mass surveillance and said sent a letter of intention to the company telling it to cease sevices in the country and delete canadian faces. Clearview has not operated in canada since july due to the investigation and says it will allow canadians to opt out of the database. But we'll challenge the determination in court analyst. Ming she quos on a bit of a roll this week. The latest from quo is word of another lend supplier for the main next gen. Iphone perhaps called the iphone thirteen. That's expected next year and it's camera. Quo says that sunny optical successfully passed apple's approvals process for ipad lenses and are likely to be approved to make the main camera lens for the iphone. Thirteen lineup currently logon eugene. Guang and can cut. Sue supply lenses to lg innotech for incorporation into the camera module so sunny optical would be yet an additional supplier for that lends parlor co founder. John mattes announced. He's been fired. Ceo by the company's board In a statement. Matt said quote. I've met constant resistance to my product. Vision my strong belief in free speech and my view of how the parlor site should be managed. He supposedly proposed expanding automated. Content moderation on the platform as well as a full ban on accounts tied to designated domestic terror organizations the blockchain based service network or b. s. n. backed by the chinese government access an operating system for blockchain program development china's state information center and affiliate to china's top economic reform planner credit card processor union. Pay telecom trying to mobile and beijing based startup called red date. Or all involved in supporting both consortium and public blockchain's this week. Bsn announced it will roll a permission. Diversion of cosmos. Cosmo's that's a network comprised of many independent blockchain's and calls itself the internet of blockchain's so just you'd have no concerns and just jumping on an open block chain from from china winter no tom sawyer. Red flags there. I mean the state information center is part of the deal. I don't know what you'd be worried now all right. Let's talk a little more about that. A little more about the information given some some details on apple's alleged upcoming mixed reality headset sources have more details including a rendering this time of what they say is apple's vr headset. A lot of the details are similar to what we heard from mark gurman of bloomberg earlier last month It's expected to use fabric. Mesh run on an apple design chip cost a lot. Although we've got a number as much as three thousand dollars the headset may have more than a dozen cameras for hand. Tracking lied are sensors for room. Mapping and a are affects dual eight k displays and i tracking to save battery life. The information sources says apple would use aided rendering. that's when you only render in full resolution. What your eyes are looking at everything. In the periphery can be a little lower sources. Say apple has not finalized input control but the options. They're considering are a combination of hand tracking i tracking a dial on the headset or something. They call a thimble like accessory. Oh boy well the thing that jumped out to me. I because we have talked about this before. This rumor has been swirling. I mean really for years but it seems to be more of a reality than ever. Is that three thousand dollar price points now again. It's a rumor and yes. Apple tends to make things that are similar to other products that are more expensive and then says but it's apple so you know we can do that sort of thing. Three thousand dollars. Oh my goodness Compare that to oculus to for three hundred dollars. That's a crazy price point. I don't know how the company could get away with such a thing.

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Personal data stolen from Dutch coronavirus track-and-trace programme

Smashing Security

07:20 min | 11 months ago

Personal data stolen from Dutch coronavirus track-and-trace programme

"Chummy chums. There is a fellow working at a company in the netherlands. Okay i'm in shaved for awhile sam. He's he's wearing upper the same and he has an interest in the dark web. Okay that's where we diverge. But he's no malicious hacker. He is daniel velarde who is a cybercrime reporter at the dutch tv service l. news he's the guy who loves to dig up facts about what's going on on the dark web and -mongst cybercriminals all the hackers and he's a cool technology guy and it's his job to dig up details. What the bad guys are up to and uncover cyber goofs. Okay this is. This is what he does for a living basically. Yes oh yeah okay. For instance last november. He gained a little notoriety because he gate crashed a european union. Defense ministers video conference court. This was after the dutch defence minister accidentally posted the logan details on twitter so yes of frayed is still happening so you want to show. He was hard at work so he took a screen shot and he posted up about to join this video conference call with the other defense ministers of the and that our man decided to join the conference. Well well to to the credit of the minister. He didn't reveal all of the pin code. Only some of the digits. So i think they're about to missing and so this inventive young germans to twenty tries gotta clean. Well that gained him some notoriety but he's is now in the pipe is again because he has uncovered what appears to be a serious security breach which has been happening in the netherlands. He found that someone for months has been gone onto snapchat. Onto telegram onto weaker with wicker. Weaker is a encrypted a messaging service a bit like signal telegram yet. Weaker is particularly beloved of drug uses bluetooth. Only one or my i. No no no. You'll think you're thinking of different. Yes wicker isn't just for local. Contacts can be anywhere. But we're wicky you don't have to a phone number so you can super-secret anyway. You want to buy your jazz cigarettes do that okay. Good to know right now and found is that someone has been advertising a month. Something their their access to sensitive data from the dutch health. Service smith civically. These people have access to databases of people who've taken corona virus tests in the netherlands are have been documented in the testing tracing system so their home addresses that email addresses the telephone numbers dates of birth and their b s n. The bsn is the dutch equivalent to social security number. Okay so someone has been advertising this Boy so you can pay between thirty and fifty euros. And say hey. Can you tell me the home address. Phone number email address and social security number of this person wetness wicker telegram if you contact the hacker via the ad. Wow that's a good rate so you can get those details. Jeez and you kind of course request details about more than just one or two people. You can say well. Could you give me all the information you have about everyone who lives in amsterdam aged over. It's like do you know database. Well is it shown a sequel query. Now why why. What do you mean why for funsies. Why would anyone want this. Yeah why would anyone want this information. say i've had four coronavirus tests or i've had done who cares well because matching wanted to scam somebody. You can send the message or an sms. Say no no you that you took your test on this date and we've now got the results for you or can you pay this amount of money to get now. We decided we're going to give you some treatment. Go to this site and shook pretty cuttittas but more that you also get their social security number and you can begin to do all kinds of fraud with that all and this is a bit scary okay. They discovered that the private data of celebrities was also sale and even crime jones. There is a chap in the netherlands. Code you have to excuse my accent because it's very very good. Jan van den. He sure everyone's going to recognize her. Well our friends probably will he in the netherland. that's yesterday. He is famous because he is a crime journalist. A former police chief he receives the same kind of full-time police protection. Which is afforded to the dutch. Royal family super the squadron of bicycles for threat. Seriously because he's considered so much for target to his work in the past assisted in the capture of criminal sneaking. Read all about him on. Wikipedia is being upset so he goes around town with like a dozen people him yes. He's got bodyguards. He's got the police looking after him and so he doesn't want his personal dress. How tall is this guy. Jesus he's going to be quite. So i say that about a lot of people how y'all so yes so he puts put seeming danger because of course he's a person of interest to criminals and these are criminals. Can you tell me where he lives. News phone number and is social security number you can imagine. He's not terribly pleased about this. So this journalist daniel a etc He got the prior consent of individuals. A number of people a few hundred people and he did a request he said i would like information about these. Hundreds of people approached the scammers. And said how you thinking of making a purchase just as a little test can me details about these people and he confirmed the authenticity of information. It should been offered for sale and it was correct so this is the legitimate information. They even posted screen shots of the computers with access to the databases now the dutch health service. They say they haven't found any evidence that they'd been hacked. But he screenshots. Suggest in thi- job it exactly. Yeah they're twenty six thousand workers and cool central employees working inside the dutch health service hoover access to this information and many of them have course at the moment where they working at home you pitch and that makes it easier. I would argue for them to pulse on the dates criminals or even just photograph their screens. Or you can't put your screen in the office can be people might not really giving any would've noticed anyone. Royd camera out brave. Do

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All Things Mental Health with Psych Nurse Kaitlyn Eder RN, BSN

The WoMed

04:08 min | 1 year ago

All Things Mental Health with Psych Nurse Kaitlyn Eder RN, BSN

"All right, everybody. Welcome back to the WOOL MED. This is a topic I've been wanting to get represented on the woman for a minute and I've had a lot of y'all messaging me like when you're going to have a psych nurse on which I love because it's so under represented and I just wanted to find the right person to speak into it so. I bring. y'All, Caitlin. She is a nurse down in Alabama right? Yeah. Alabama. Okay. Well, everybody welcome Caitlin I'm so excited to dig into psych? Nursing. Yes so excited to be here. I'm so excited to talk about kind of my world in nursing what's leading psychiatry and it's been a great experience a fun journey and you're right. It is underrepresented. There's so many things that people don't know until you Kinda Mercer yourself in field. So I'm so excited to get talking to shed some light on some of them for things that are going on today. Oh. Girl. metoo. Okay. So you told me you've always had a passion for psychiatry in Psych Nursing but. How long have you been in the field through I graduated at? Auburn University in two thousand. Sixteen. I've been a nurse for four years but I've worked in psychiatry for three years Nice I actually I, think it kind of an interesting story how it started for me getting into fights. So I did not start there when I was in fool there were two clinical rotations that I absolutely loved one being pediatric and secondly I most importantly love psychiatry. I had to wonder Nicole instructors while I was. Doing my clinical rotations that were so passionate about psychiatric nursing and their passion. Honestly made me think to myself one day I. Want a would I do that much and it was It was so contagious and I it just made me. So engaged in rotation when I started nursing school. It actually always a dream of mine to work at Vanderbilt with the top institution top Teaching Hospital. I. Went to High School in Nashville when a graduation was approaching I applied to the nursery agency program and was expected to a pediatric track there and the reason I should theatrics over by kind injury was pretty much everybody in the medical field told me to work in a medical I guess floor before going to fight so. Interesting Okay Yeah. Yes. Only listened to that. I worked on key mark at the amazing time there. I. Learned so much. really set the standard on evidence based practice research but. Despite thinking that I landed my dream job and I thought it was GONNA be my dream job a few months and I really. Felt like I wasn't in my and I wasn't working like what I was super passionate about and I found myself on really gravitating towards the because we'd get citations on that war at Children's. So I was really gravitating to those patients on the unit and it totally reminded me of how much I love my psych rotation when I was a nursing school. So, I ended up taking a huge leap of faith and I ended up accepting a job at the hospital that I had my psychiatric clinical at as a student who attacked apartment in Nashville and moved back to Auburn. Wow. Yeah. And there was a lot of nerves you know because this is a huge like emmy of course, is going to be a nurse, but it was a completely different field people were like. Doing. Yet. You're working at children's, and you're GONNA go work in psychiatry. See. You might get paid more in Alabama. Yeah. So you know a huge change for me, but I totally thought he's Auburn. Is kind of wary became an adult I went to college I feel at home here. So I kinda just said you know piece. Okay. I was like this isn't going to do and if I hate it, I can make a change you know. So yes, I ended up back Back Down Auburn, but this time as opposed Brown and working to a completely different field.

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"bsn" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"bsn" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Here's Mary says he's w BSN News. Ah, Fall River fentanyl dealer has been sentenced to prison. Jesus Vela's was arrested back in 2018 after police executed a search warrant at his fourth street apartment that he shared with his girlfriend. I found large amounts of narcotics located behind some picture frames and also in a dog food container. Police also see 6700 in cash. The 24 year old on Wednesday was sentenced to serve 2 to 4 years in state prison, the office of Bristol County D. A. Thomas Quinn has announced. Governor Baker today said that starting Monday restaurants, conceit groups of 10 people at indoor and outdoor dining tables. That's an increase from the current limit of six. They can also open up seating at the bar again so long as people maintain proper distancing, however, Baker advised restaurants to prevent people from standing around the bar to socialize and order drinks, so is to prevent the spread of the Corona virus. Crystal County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson says a bill filed by state Reps. Tony Cabral and Bill Strauss is quote outrageous. The bill would ban sheriffs and state police from showing up at polling places to quote preserve order during election Day. Cabral said he filed the bill after President Trump threatened to send state and county law enforcement officers to polling places to monitor for election fraud. Trump made the remarks on Hannity. However, the issue could be moved in Bristol County. A spokesman for the sheriff said Hodgson does not plan to send security forces to local polling sites and has never done so in the past. Protesters planned an event Saturday in New Bedford, Bristol County for Correctional Justice plans to demonstrate outside the Ash Street jail. They are rallying to support legislation that would let prisoners make phone calls for free. Progressive activists say that jails and prisons charged too much money for prisoners and detainees to call friends, family loved ones and their lawyers. In sports. It's a big game tonight for the Celtics.

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"bsn" Discussed on The WoMed

The WoMed

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"bsn" Discussed on The WoMed

"Nurse Tori Welcome to the woman. . I'm so happy to finally have you on here. . Oh my gosh. . Danny, , thank you so much for having me I. . I'm thrilled I'm excited. . When I message like I've been missing the nick you can. . We discussed and having Nikki episode, , and of course, , you were like Hell Yeah let's do it. . Please I love it. . I'm so excited reminisce about Nikki life plus it's Nikki awareness month which I didn't know of and I feel very ashamed of myself made twelve years and the. . Only. . Thing it's not you know I think it was established. . Let's say I don't know couple of years ago. . For making. . Thank you. Know . it's become a thing love so Well, , that's amazing because I know we had like a Nikki nurse day right around there like okay. . Hers also, , November, , which is like free maturity awareness month. . So we're kind of all over the place just establishing Mon- says everything CAPEX. . Nikki. . Nurse. . Day there's also I wanNA see. There's . like now they're kind of breaking down day in. . September. . For the end of the month like twenty, , seven, Twenty, , , eight, , twenty, nine , all are dedicated to different aspects of the nick you so. . Love that. . Yeah, , it's pretty neat. . It's special. . So this is actually really cool. . It's a cool month for late I would say the nurses, , the doctors, , the RT's, , and then also courts the families and. . The pass babies or pass patients than accused of reminisce and yeah. . So like every year mild hospital would have a day where all the parents could come who had lost a child in the nick you and then they have like like. . Not like a religious but like kind of like a reunion like A. . Goodwill prayer you know type thing and you know some of the nurses could go down and like the families could go and like reunite with them. . Does your hospital do anything like that? ? Yes. . Oh, , a couple of different hassles I worked have done things like that. . I would say the most consistent thing I've seen that most hostels do and participate in is the march of dimes. . Yes. . Where you can do that some hustles will have separate time to do a reunion but the <unk> is a pretty condescending where you know we could raise funds or a walk and kind of I would say the one big time that we do our hustle also does do. . It's a walk in the park and <hes> dots because we're near. . Disneyland. . Rona we were able to do it where. . And nurses and doctors who ever wanted to go could go do walk in the park together and it sort of like a day to remember everything and should be together and so that's actually a pretty cool things well so. . That's so lovely. . Yeah, , it's really special. . I. . Mean. . Especially when you are, , you know working with these families as you know for up to in the nick you up to a year really or more. . Yeah. . Exactly be restocked relationships you know yeah, , and I feel like. . That's kind of one of the things that really sets and Nick you apart from working in other areas of the hospital. . Yeah I would agree even having some more recently <hes> I was working as a critical care. . Nurse so I was working. . Hickey NICU'S TV ICU arcologies. . And it was a really interesting interesting thing to see the differences in the dynamics of the unit. . So for example. . I would say sort of. . A, , little bit more like that. . Fast. . Like you're you're out <hes> they you know primarily drink surgeries console. . It's very fast paced. . It's different or traumas and things like that. . Is <hes> Nick you you know we really do have not long-term relationship. . I would say similarly oftentimes on college, , we'll have kind of relationship with their patients while actually. . So that's true. . That's true. .

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Navigating the NICU with Nurse Tori

The WoMed

04:28 min | 1 year ago

Navigating the NICU with Nurse Tori

"Nurse Tori Welcome to the woman. I'm so happy to finally have you on here. Oh my gosh. Danny, thank you so much for having me I. I'm thrilled I'm excited. When I message like I've been missing the nick you can. We discussed and having Nikki episode, and of course, you were like Hell Yeah let's do it. Please I love it. I'm so excited reminisce about Nikki life plus it's Nikki awareness month which I didn't know of and I feel very ashamed of myself made twelve years and the. Only. Thing it's not you know I think it was established. Let's say I don't know couple of years ago. For making. Thank you. Know it's become a thing love so Well, that's amazing because I know we had like a Nikki nurse day right around there like okay. Hers also, November, which is like free maturity awareness month. So we're kind of all over the place just establishing Mon- says everything CAPEX. Nikki. Nurse. Day there's also I wanNA see. There's like now they're kind of breaking down day in. September. For the end of the month like twenty, seven, Twenty, eight, twenty, nine all are dedicated to different aspects of the nick you so. Love that. Yeah, it's pretty neat. It's special. So this is actually really cool. It's a cool month for late I would say the nurses, the doctors, the RT's, and then also courts the families and. The pass babies or pass patients than accused of reminisce and yeah. So like every year mild hospital would have a day where all the parents could come who had lost a child in the nick you and then they have like like. Not like a religious but like kind of like a reunion like A. Goodwill prayer you know type thing and you know some of the nurses could go down and like the families could go and like reunite with them. Does your hospital do anything like that? Yes. Oh, a couple of different hassles I worked have done things like that. I would say the most consistent thing I've seen that most hostels do and participate in is the march of dimes. Yes. Where you can do that some hustles will have separate time to do a reunion but the is a pretty condescending where you know we could raise funds or a walk and kind of I would say the one big time that we do our hustle also does do. It's a walk in the park and dots because we're near. Disneyland. Rona we were able to do it where. And nurses and doctors who ever wanted to go could go do walk in the park together and it sort of like a day to remember everything and should be together and so that's actually a pretty cool things well so. That's so lovely. Yeah, it's really special. I. Mean. Especially when you are, you know working with these families as you know for up to in the nick you up to a year really or more. Yeah. Exactly be restocked relationships you know yeah, and I feel like. That's kind of one of the things that really sets and Nick you apart from working in other areas of the hospital. Yeah I would agree even having some more recently I was working as a critical care. Nurse so I was working. Hickey NICU'S TV ICU arcologies. And it was a really interesting interesting thing to see the differences in the dynamics of the unit. So for example. I would say sort of. A, little bit more like that. Fast. Like you're you're out they you know primarily drink surgeries console. It's very fast paced. It's different or traumas and things like that. Is Nick you you know we really do have not long-term relationship. I would say similarly oftentimes on college, we'll have kind of relationship with their patients while actually. So that's true. That's true.

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"bsn" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"bsn" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"BSN news. Rude Island man has been charged with first degree murder and Thursday stabbing death at the Providence Place Small a 19 year old man was killed during a chaotic fighting The mall's food court 22 year old Ricky Cabral, was arraigned today in ordered held without bail. Four young men are in custody in the death of No Zeke Hernandez. It's the 11th homicide and Providence this year. New Bedford Police Department has determined that Deputy Fire chief Scott Kruger was not at fault for an accident that injured a six year old boy. Wednesday afternoon. Kruger was behind the wheel of a fire department SUV that struck the boy as he ran across Hill Street in the near North end. Please say Kruger tested negative for drugs and alcohol and did not see the boy in time to stop. The boy was transported to Hasbro Children's Hospital. Although there is no official word we have heard that the boy suffered only minor injuries. The numbers are in and the Massachusetts unemployment rate is now down to 11.3%. It stood at 16.2% in July. That's when the Bay State had the highest jobless rate in the nation in August, Massachusetts did much better and now five other states have higher unemployment rates, including New York. Governor Charlie Baker is going to bat for the Republican senator from Maine. Susan Collins is facing a tough re election bid in the Pine Tree state with a vigorous challenge from Democrats. Sara Gideon in a televised add. Baker describes Collins as pro environment and pro women. Collins drew the ire of progressives when she voted to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the high court and voted to approve Trump's tax cuts on Twitter. Massachusetts State police are highlighting the work done by their canines. Last week, the specially trained police dogs responded to 70 calls, including 16 drug sniffs a gun search and a body search canines found two suspects and a missing person assisted in technical operations twice and assisted local police 21 times. In sports. The Celtics will try to dig out of a two game hole tomorrow night.

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"bsn" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"bsn" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Stories on the South Coast from the W B S M newsroom. Here's Mary Surratt is thes W BSN News in New Bedford. Fire broke out inside a former fire station Monday afternoon, and that fire is considered. Suspicious, New Bedford district chief James Forton said heavy flames and smoke poured from the second floor of the former station 10 on Purchase Street. The fire was quickly put down. That station is privately owned and unoccupied. There have been problems with break ins at the building in the past. A couple of weeks ago, there was a separate fire inside the building that was also believed to be intentionally set. Jake Akan, Kloss says If he wins election to Congress in November, he wants to look beyond fierce partisanship and try to work together. I think people are pretty tired of making everybody think people pretty tired of Tribalism just for the sake of being opponents and I want to see people actually come together and get stuff done. Hey, also promised to spend a lot of time in the South Coast area. Akan Kloss spoke with W. B S. Um's Chris McCarthy. This morning he won the Democratic nomination to the fourth Congressional District and will meet Republican Julie Hall in the general election. Last night, A missing jet skier was rescued by Mattapoisett fire and rescue. The man reportedly ran out of fuel trying to cross buzzard's bay and drifted for two hours. The man was located around 8:30 P.m. after a massive search. He was unharmed. In Boston, A reporter for WCVB Channel five, was stabbed Sunday night by a man with scissors when the reporter was out on the beat, doing his job. It happened near Copley Square in the suspect had allegedly been harassing the reporter throughout the day. A 44 year old Boston man was arrested Sunday night reporter Ted Wayman is expected to be OK on Cape Cod. A 26 year old female motorcyclist from Chatham is dead after a collision with an SUV inborn that happened Sunday night around 10. PM at Sandwich Road and Cranberry Highway. The woman was rushed to the hospital but did not survive. The cause of the crash is under investigation. In sports. The Celtics won Game five of their playoff series against the defending N Ba champion. Toronto Raptors. Thie 1 11 to 89 Victory means Boston leads the best of seven series three games to two game sixes tomorrow. The Red Sox play a double header this afternoon in Philadelphia and game time is 405 P M. Here's ABC six meteorologist Chelsea Priest. Mainly sunny outside this afternoon. Mild and McGee for an early September day. Expect high temperatures into the low eighties..

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"bsn" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"bsn" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Here's Mary Surratt is W BSN News. A New Bedford man is dead after an altercation in a fast food parking lot up in Maine. It happened yesterday at a McDonald's restaurant in Auburn, and 21 year old Roger Cornell of New Bedford was rushed to the hospital where he died. A local man, 22 year old try. LaRue was later arrested and charged with murder. Details are still sketchy, but Cornell's body is undergoing an autopsy and state police investigators are on the job. Police say several people fled the scene in a vehicle before they arrived. Anyone with information should call police in Auburn, Maine. Brockton man has been charged with attacking a gay man outside his taunting home, According to the Bristol County D. A. Back in June, Tom Anderson and his husband were outside their home when a white SUV pulled up in a man got out and punched him in the face and called him a homophobic slur, according to the Brockton Enterprise. Reportedly the man's teeth were knocked out. Michael Cates of Brockton, who is 34 has been charged with assault and battery with serious bodily injury and assault and battery with intent to intimidate. Police and where him are on the lookout for a man who dumped a boat, a trailer and a pile of trash on Glen Charlie rode the boat and trailer were previously listed for free on Facebook and the Department of Natural Resource is thinks a person picked that up, tried to sell the trailer for scrap metal, then abandoned the entire project. Police said. They were looking for a two tone older pickup truck, possibly blue with Rhode Island plates and a guy who might be named Brad. They're asking residents of Glen Charlie Road who have security cameras to share any relevant footage. Massachusetts public health officials have issued an elevated threat level for Eastern equine encephalitis into Plymouth County communities. The risk was raised from moderate to Hyeon, Carver and Middleborough after mosquitoes captured their tested positive for the virus. Actor Bill Murray was spotted in New Bedford yesterday, enjoying a burrito at me, Auntie Ho. He told a fan. He was killing time while getting some work done on his boat in sports. The Mets and the Red Sox meet up again tonight in New York, and you can catch that game on 14 20 A. M. W B.

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"bsn" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"bsn" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Here's Mary Surratt is W BSN NEWS. The N double A C P New Bedford branch has issued a list of demands geared toward the New Bedford Police Department. Number one on the list would establish a civilian community review board with subpoena power. The group would prohibit the use of choke holds and knee holds examined. Police overtime wages require the use of body cameras and Maur, the local and double A. C P is also asking for a great deal more transparency from the New Bedford Police Department. In a press release, Dr LaSalle Hall said law enforcement resource is in the city must protect communities of color. Notre Baker today talked about mosquitoes and Eastern equine encephalitis. During a visit to Plymouth, Baker promised increased mosquito surveillance testing and mitigation efforts such as larvicide spraying and horse vaccination. Governor also highlighted proposed legislation that would create a coordinated, proactive statewide approach to mosquito control. Last year, there were 12 human cases of Tripoli in Massachusetts, with six deaths. There were also nine cases in domestic animals. The New Bedford Police Union has been working without a contract for two years now, and it looks like the matter could be goingto arbitration. Among other things. New Bedford Mayor John Mitchell thinks that police captains should be in a separate collective bargaining unit from the rank and file patrol officers. In a letter to the Joint Labor Management Committee, Mitchell asked the committee's chaired toe. Let that items stay on the table. Union president Hank Detergent has not signed on to the idea. But he said in his opinion, the mayor should not have copied that letter to politicians, including Governor Charlie Baker. A New Bedford Science Cafe has gone virtual. On July 14th Associate professor Aaron Bram AJ of US Dartmouth will discuss Covad 19. Brimage recently wrote a block post about the virus that went viral that landed him a spot on CNN and The New York Times go to the New Bedford Science Cafe Web site for information about that event, which will be held via zoom Is forced Major League Soccer has postponed the second match of the MLS is back tournament after five Nashville players tested positive for covert 19 the league announced on Tuesday. Less.

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"bsn" Discussed on The WoMed

The WoMed

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"bsn" Discussed on The WoMed

"Today on the Willamette I'm being joined by nurse Kim Darko so welcome Kim I'm so excited. I say your last name, right. Yes. You said it perfectly okay so much for welcome neon. I'm so happy. How are you doing today? I'm doing great. Actually. Today is my off day clear. Yes, my. Literally My. Husband so we shouldn't have any interruptions. That's awesome. I love a good supportive husband. Absolutely so west happen I-, I-, stock, everybody's like grandma, Google everybody and I've actually following you for for a minute now, and you just have such a beautiful family any justice. I did yes, he's being months now. Oh my Gosh! Yeah, he's growing up and happy. Healthy baby couldn't be more happy. Oh. That's amazing, so you just start back to work then, or were you able to take like a full time on? So I had him on a great place. And I was out for about a good two and a half months, and returned back to work and May may thirteenth visa. And I've been back to work or now about A. Month and a half one close to two months. Oh! Man You. Just you went back to work in the middle of a pandemic. Exactly Rain because right after I had my baby. Of course, you know, we were still pre pandemic. All visiting rules were normal, and now it's like people. My friends were pregnant now. Pregnant. Everything's completely changed. On visitor you know. It's just really tough so I feel free. Pardoning right now can't have that support system physically in the room with you. Visit your doctor visits and by <unk> tells assure. Oh my gosh. I can't imagine I just had a friend and deliver think Kelly Cycle Week. She's like a week and a half old now. Here brand new. She needs it her door. War often news nine pounds extends baby. Baby. She has she's a big girl? But <hes> yeah, she's like it's just. It's so weird like I can't. I can't have anyone come over and visit. And there's lots of family members who? Don't live like close to like like pregnant women suffering are women who have just delivered and I just can't imagine not having I mean. I'm obviously I've never been pregnant I don't have any kids, but not having that extra support even coming in visit. Exactly a densely I'm sure takes a toll on anyone going right now. 'cause I imagine not having all of my support system day. Listening me, you know yeah. Well I am such a huge fan of breastfeeding and I was like scrolling while you're posts and I saw that you I mean obviously worked in the nick you. I am like mom's milk I awesome. Yes. I love seeing that you are so passionate about breastfeeding for your second pregnancy. Yes, definitely, so my bread skin journey is completely different its second time around versus when I had my daughter. Yeah, so I was in nursing school when I had my daughter. and. I had to take like a few months off on. Her and mice, that was not oddly bear on breastfeeding lily muscle one acne. Did you want? Do you want abreast of your job site when Mike be? Vulnerable a you know it's not against anyone who uses. Homeless Great, my brother used as she was fine, but I just never even realized like this thing, an option or even try to really get into that. So when I heard I tried by speeding for about two and a half months I'll sit three, and it was just really. It was really really tough for me. I mainly, because I was not really true conditionally, so it was just difficult like now and then having route. Oh, how fun breastfeed her? You know I have too many sure have milked air, but with the second time around having I I researched breastfeeding lies in and out so. To know about it. Yeah, I wash other people's journeys. The Youtube this like how. Have Milk appeared grenade went out in places. Because that was my Houston I was okay. We'll win out in public at a public event for people's with storm. I comment on the recipe. You know, but the fact that. Meat being truly committed to it, and having a completely different mindset, especially completely shaved my whole entire outlook so now out in about. I've had like Resi. My son I have my breasts cover ready, you know and I even always have already pumps like to have a freezer stash my door that. Have you know so, that's. A yeah tons of ready ready to go in case over emergency and I'm always appear vide- over bear. In case he ever comes you know because I just really committed and want to be successful doing this journey and I have been able to do it now for a sloping three months, and we've been going strong my alternate goal. My ultimate goal was to do it for six months, but I at this point. I really think that I can go at least CPR now, so

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Nurse Lessons on Resilience with Kim Darpoh, RN, BSN, ER

The WoMed

05:48 min | 1 year ago

Nurse Lessons on Resilience with Kim Darpoh, RN, BSN, ER

"Today on the Willamette I'm being joined by nurse Kim Darko so welcome Kim I'm so excited. I say your last name, right. Yes. You said it perfectly okay so much for welcome neon. I'm so happy. How are you doing today? I'm doing great. Actually. Today is my off day clear. Yes, my. Literally My. Husband so we shouldn't have any interruptions. That's awesome. I love a good supportive husband. Absolutely so west happen I-, I-, stock, everybody's like grandma, Google everybody and I've actually following you for for a minute now, and you just have such a beautiful family any justice. I did yes, he's being months now. Oh my Gosh! Yeah, he's growing up and happy. Healthy baby couldn't be more happy. Oh. That's amazing, so you just start back to work then, or were you able to take like a full time on? So I had him on a great place. And I was out for about a good two and a half months, and returned back to work and May may thirteenth visa. And I've been back to work or now about A. Month and a half one close to two months. Oh! Man You. Just you went back to work in the middle of a pandemic. Exactly Rain because right after I had my baby. Of course, you know, we were still pre pandemic. All visiting rules were normal, and now it's like people. My friends were pregnant now. Pregnant. Everything's completely changed. On visitor you know. It's just really tough so I feel free. Pardoning right now can't have that support system physically in the room with you. Visit your doctor visits and by tells assure. Oh my gosh. I can't imagine I just had a friend and deliver think Kelly Cycle Week. She's like a week and a half old now. Here brand new. She needs it her door. War often news nine pounds extends baby. Baby. She has she's a big girl? But yeah, she's like it's just. It's so weird like I can't. I can't have anyone come over and visit. And there's lots of family members who? Don't live like close to like like pregnant women suffering are women who have just delivered and I just can't imagine not having I mean. I'm obviously I've never been pregnant I don't have any kids, but not having that extra support even coming in visit. Exactly a densely I'm sure takes a toll on anyone going right now. 'cause I imagine not having all of my support system day. Listening me, you know yeah. Well I am such a huge fan of breastfeeding and I was like scrolling while you're posts and I saw that you I mean obviously worked in the nick you. I am like mom's milk I awesome. Yes. I love seeing that you are so passionate about breastfeeding for your second pregnancy. Yes, definitely, so my bread skin journey is completely different its second time around versus when I had my daughter. Yeah, so I was in nursing school when I had my daughter. and. I had to take like a few months off on. Her and mice, that was not oddly bear on breastfeeding lily muscle one acne. Did you want? Do you want abreast of your job site when Mike be? Vulnerable a you know it's not against anyone who uses. Homeless Great, my brother used as she was fine, but I just never even realized like this thing, an option or even try to really get into that. So when I heard I tried by speeding for about two and a half months I'll sit three, and it was just really. It was really really tough for me. I mainly, because I was not really true conditionally, so it was just difficult like now and then having route. Oh, how fun breastfeed her? You know I have too many sure have milked air, but with the second time around having I I researched breastfeeding lies in and out so. To know about it. Yeah, I wash other people's journeys. The Youtube this like how. Have Milk appeared grenade went out in places. Because that was my Houston I was okay. We'll win out in public at a public event for people's with storm. I comment on the recipe. You know, but the fact that. Meat being truly committed to it, and having a completely different mindset, especially completely shaved my whole entire outlook so now out in about. I've had like Resi. My son I have my breasts cover ready, you know and I even always have already pumps like to have a freezer stash my door that. Have you know so, that's. A yeah tons of ready ready to go in case over emergency and I'm always appear vide- over bear. In case he ever comes you know because I just really committed and want to be successful doing this journey and I have been able to do it now for a sloping three months, and we've been going strong my alternate goal. My ultimate goal was to do it for six months, but I at this point. I really think that I can go at least CPR now, so

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"bsn" Discussed on The WoMed

The WoMed

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"bsn" Discussed on The WoMed

"No I can just talk a real life mermaid today. Her name is Andrea. Del I know I. Keep saying I'm excited for every episode, but I truly am. This has been such a cool journey, and I hope you guys get as excited for each episode. Is I get to share them with you? I love getting to connect with people Andrea is an incredible voice in the nursing community, and for people living with disabilities. It's hard to know what to say or how to ask the questions, but it's important to start the conversations I really hope you enjoyed this episode as much as I do. This week's nursery energy moment was sent to me from at Valentine Al-Jabi. She writes Hi de I have a great end e moment for you that I did last week I was a covert unit taking care of my patient. Since the hospital has a no visitors, allowed rule, and my patient has been scared and unsure of what's going on also related to her dementia. Her daughter is an ICU nurse at the same hospital and they told her she is not allowed to go see her mom swallows caring for her. I texted the daughter and asked if I could facetime her so that she could. Could see her mom and the look on both their faces was absolutely priceless. I love stories like this and we need to keep sharing be stories, so thank you Valentine for sending that into me. It's so important to not lose our sense of humanity, and to try to connect now more than ever be at working through this pandemic or connecting through to unlearn centuries of racial prejudice I have a new challenge for nursery energy. How are you going to show up for the black community? How are you going to educate yourself? How are you going to advocate for black people in healthcare community? Let's sit with that. Anti Hyphen so excited to talk to. You don't know if it was on like an e. news like did like a instagram blast to, but I found you through nurse Tammy Edge. You decide like all the most amazing things to say about you. And I found your page and I'm like this girl is freaking awesome. Old Thank you I love nurse Tammy on my Sassi's amazing. We need to get this girl well, though because. Thousands sitting there. I forget what the count is now. It's like sixty to sixty five days now. Yes? I. Don't understand I'm like I would be screaming from the rooftops. Yeah, like fix me. Figure something out. But. We're not here. Talk all about nursing. About Andrea Dell's. How am I saying your last name Correctly Delta? Yeah, ooh goodness! People. Ask me all the time to try and be very conscious of of how I say names because I feel like I just WanNa. Make sure everyone's name is correct. Yes, but like my last name is literally two syllables. Dowell in Zell I get. died and even seeing the in the middle there correct. So I absolutely love your instagram page I love your for yourself as a mermaid. A wheel thrown like where where did that come from I? Love that. So a lot of women in wheelchairs, general or wheelchair users <hes>. Themselves as Mermaids, because we're still very active on land yet. We're free water like there's no restrictions in water. Rates! We're MERMAIDS, right? mermaids can't walk on read. No, but we're on chairs and we're still getting around on landrace. Oh, yeah, I was miss. Wheelchair New York two thousand fifteen all I should know this. That's awesome. Thanks so I just said my chair was thrown on the Mermaid. WHO. Of that. Love that okay, so I want to talk about this now. You're Miss Wheelchair, New York. That's so cool. How was that competition like so? It's a small competition and we're not like a pageant per se where all about advocacy community like we promote community within disability atmosphere as as a whole, so my competition was really just proving what I'm able to do for my community and how undoing? As a whole for New York City But New York state. Yet competition was kind of it was it was nerve racking I think anything you go into? That's new is nearby and I've never done pageant world. Didn't I was very new to advocating and being an advocate having this voice, yeah. You know. Winning title. Everyone's like I. I was shoe in, but at the same time I didn't feel like that. The girls are amazing. I were who I was up against. They all have a waste. They're all making an impact in the world in a way shape or form and I just stood out, and I'm just grateful to have my name among that cohort of two thousand fifteen missile New York contestants. That's amazing. Is that where you developed your instagram following from a good percentage of a yes? percentage. That's amazing. What is that been like for you just to kind of have that voice now like? Media. I feel like not only. Am I being seen for WHO I am? <hes> but I'm being seen in a disability light like I'm opening that that vision that a lot of people tend to shy away from. Saying. Here's my life with a person that has a disability add still extremely active are still doing things that. Every person can do just in a different way.

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Nursing on a Wheeled Thone with Andrea Dalzell

The WoMed

05:56 min | 1 year ago

Nursing on a Wheeled Thone with Andrea Dalzell

"No I can just talk a real life mermaid today. Her name is Andrea. Del I know I. Keep saying I'm excited for every episode, but I truly am. This has been such a cool journey, and I hope you guys get as excited for each episode. Is I get to share them with you? I love getting to connect with people Andrea is an incredible voice in the nursing community, and for people living with disabilities. It's hard to know what to say or how to ask the questions, but it's important to start the conversations I really hope you enjoyed this episode as much as I do. This week's nursery energy moment was sent to me from at Valentine Al-Jabi. She writes Hi de I have a great end e moment for you that I did last week I was a covert unit taking care of my patient. Since the hospital has a no visitors, allowed rule, and my patient has been scared and unsure of what's going on also related to her dementia. Her daughter is an ICU nurse at the same hospital and they told her she is not allowed to go see her mom swallows caring for her. I texted the daughter and asked if I could facetime her so that she could. Could see her mom and the look on both their faces was absolutely priceless. I love stories like this and we need to keep sharing be stories, so thank you Valentine for sending that into me. It's so important to not lose our sense of humanity, and to try to connect now more than ever be at working through this pandemic or connecting through to unlearn centuries of racial prejudice I have a new challenge for nursery energy. How are you going to show up for the black community? How are you going to educate yourself? How are you going to advocate for black people in healthcare community? Let's sit with that. Anti Hyphen so excited to talk to. You don't know if it was on like an e. news like did like a instagram blast to, but I found you through nurse Tammy Edge. You decide like all the most amazing things to say about you. And I found your page and I'm like this girl is freaking awesome. Old Thank you I love nurse Tammy on my Sassi's amazing. We need to get this girl well, though because. Thousands sitting there. I forget what the count is now. It's like sixty to sixty five days now. Yes? I. Don't understand I'm like I would be screaming from the rooftops. Yeah, like fix me. Figure something out. But. We're not here. Talk all about nursing. About Andrea Dell's. How am I saying your last name Correctly Delta? Yeah, ooh goodness! People. Ask me all the time to try and be very conscious of of how I say names because I feel like I just WanNa. Make sure everyone's name is correct. Yes, but like my last name is literally two syllables. Dowell in Zell I get. died and even seeing the in the middle there correct. So I absolutely love your instagram page I love your for yourself as a mermaid. A wheel thrown like where where did that come from I? Love that. So a lot of women in wheelchairs, general or wheelchair users Themselves as Mermaids, because we're still very active on land yet. We're free water like there's no restrictions in water. Rates! We're MERMAIDS, right? mermaids can't walk on read. No, but we're on chairs and we're still getting around on landrace. Oh, yeah, I was miss. Wheelchair New York two thousand fifteen all I should know this. That's awesome. Thanks so I just said my chair was thrown on the Mermaid. WHO. Of that. Love that okay, so I want to talk about this now. You're Miss Wheelchair, New York. That's so cool. How was that competition like so? It's a small competition and we're not like a pageant per se where all about advocacy community like we promote community within disability atmosphere as as a whole, so my competition was really just proving what I'm able to do for my community and how undoing? As a whole for New York City But New York state. Yet competition was kind of it was it was nerve racking I think anything you go into? That's new is nearby and I've never done pageant world. Didn't I was very new to advocating and being an advocate having this voice, yeah. You know. Winning title. Everyone's like I. I was shoe in, but at the same time I didn't feel like that. The girls are amazing. I were who I was up against. They all have a waste. They're all making an impact in the world in a way shape or form and I just stood out, and I'm just grateful to have my name among that cohort of two thousand fifteen missile New York contestants. That's amazing. Is that where you developed your instagram following from a good percentage of a yes? percentage. That's amazing. What is that been like for you just to kind of have that voice now like? Media. I feel like not only. Am I being seen for WHO I am? but I'm being seen in a disability light like I'm opening that that vision that a lot of people tend to shy away from. Saying. Here's my life with a person that has a disability add still extremely active are still doing things that. Every person can do just in a different way.

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People, Process, Progress

14:34 min | 1 year ago

"bsn" Discussed on People, Process, Progress

"Need that background knowledge and So how important because another thing that like an a you do. Another nurses in Eddie's do is like the data management of so we've tested this many. You know the the looking at how many results we've gotten because you have to track the CDs and then follow up on them is right. So then you've got kind of a timer going on okay. When is someone do back to us and and then schedule all that out? Yeah you really do have to have good data management to track okay. Did I test everybody that I needed to test okay if I did test them? Do I have the results of that test? And if I don't where are they? How can I get them And if I never got them maybe I need to look at re-testing that person Or if that person wasn't there on the day of the testing event that we need to figure out how to get them in and then you're right Fritz burkey loses. We do Look at re-testing Eight to ten weeks after exposure is broken so where we might have done an initial test and only four weeks had passed. Maybe we do need to then schedule. Another set testing set out again for eight to ten weeks after contact with broken so making sure okay. Who tested positive. The first time we don't need to test them again but we need to make sure that we get everybody else and then following up on all of that information Again that second time around is key because without all the information we wouldn't necessarily consider an investigation completely closed until we had made every attempt possible To get information on all of the patients contact. Gotcha well yes. A lot of contact data arrangements. Lotta things that going back to our beginning conversation there's still a lot of data management vital signs beds things like that for kind of hospital based but thinking about again the breadth like you mentioned of public health and looking at two three hundred people. You're tracking you know. It's pretty huge in keeping up with that and that again is a one that the. Good Public Alvin. Good folks like you and the other nurses and then a good system a good process of working together. Help sure all that up because it it helps you communicate so if you've stood up you have an instant commander Safety Planning Operations Logistics. Like if you're planning well the communication In your conscious of the communication flow the data management becomes an operational thing. You know it's not kind of just a fall by the wayside but it's a critical component of of doing that. Yeah Yeah and and data management and Documentation is so D- I know you know people who I could follow behind them in. You know they were out for a day or whatever they were sick or whatever and I could look at their chart and know exactly what I needed to do for that patient on that day And I've had the opposite where things were very destroyed and I didn't know where anything was In in so I think it's so important For any kind of nursing but in particular for public health for good documentation good data management And when you talked about you know following up on two hundred patients or whatever it was that was only for that one. Tb patient you might have another TV patient completely not even related to to this one and you're also following up on that patient and their contacts you know and then if you get someone who ends up Being identified as having active infectious tuberculosis. Who's part of this this case investigation that you're doing then that spins off? Its own contact investigation. Wow so it's like it's just this huge picture kind of You know the the image of a molecule with the first patient and all these different lines and circles and and going out there where it just so connected which which can be overwhelming. It seems right just thinking of you know how to do that in the manpower to do it and how how does a TV program do that? Really keep up with that and because there's also some especially now but but even during normal times I guess if you will When folks are being treated and there's also a matter of helping make sure that they're taking their meds right that they're that they're doing that. So do you still kind of try and coordinate operations with the folks that you do have and then what is the follow up like for somebody that has to regular services as far as the treatment. Long Treatment Go. It really is very dependent on the person The minimum timeframe of being treated for tuberculosis is six months But when we talk about drug resistant to it could be up to two years Or more so we follow depending again depending on the patient for a long time holy smokes so in your time. It sounds like You Know Process for folks for you know connecting that the documentation just in general if you're GonNa you know as a standard is just a good colleague co workers to leave if it didn't document if it's not documented it didn't happen kind of gaps in information The process of bringing folks together when recognizing hey can handle it. Let's get some help and then having good leadership and so if you're a leader out there listening you know I I would suggest you know kind of do what our leader day than. Look at the situation. Let Your folks You know Kinda decide to the point where you know if it gets to the point where they can't then kind of jump in but if not you know let them keep role and And then support them once. They've they've stood that up. How have you seen you know with? We've talked about from when you started public health to now kind of the process of public health nursing itself change meaning You know we mentioned the difference in what was happening by the time I got in a public health in two thousand ten from when you started and then to now in twenty twenty water some some kind of big process changes that you've seen happen that are based on whatever it is. You know what what's come up what diseases come up or improve. Processes are order kind of some big process improvements that you've seen in public health nursing overall since you've been in a lot it's maybe a big broad question yeah it And some of it might be a little difficult for me to answer. Because I've been away from frontline frontline public health nursing For little over seven years now and say left the local level where I was you know based in clinics and actually doing patient care to now a more administrative role at the state level or how about four for Program Management for. Maybe managing A TV program or something like that either. What you've seen or what you would suggest to keep folks making progress and I think just continually looking at things And and sometimes Changes forced process changes forced on us So thinking in terms of My program our federal reporting requirements changed so the database that we were using the data that we work collecting is not the data that the feds want anymore so that required looking at our current data system realizing really was not We weren't gonNA change it. We weren't going to be able to update it to what we needed so then looking to and it was an access based system so we could only access it you know from the central office we had to do all of that data entry centrally to now we're in a system that is web based So that eventually we can push that data entry out to the local level instead of doing one hundred percent of the data entry centrally and so reduces our central. You know Central Office need to do all of that data entry In perhaps frees up some staff time to be able to do other things and I've seen a lot of process changes In recent months where you know. One hundred percent of The staff that I work with on a daily I actually think all of us now are working from home so what it takes to do that. Well it takes making sure that we have encrypted e mail so if we need to Sends the patients sensitive information that we have a secure way to do it looking at We do a lot of faxing looking at trying to get that fax to email capability Instead of having face to face meetings were now having virtual meetings So lots of processes have changed some of them really recently. Ram and definitely unexpectedly But I do think it's important to look at things and that old adage of if it if it ain't broke don't fix it has some validity but I also think if their opportunities to change things and improve processes to make things more efficient I think that's much better for data and using more technology. Are you seeing many folks with nursing informatics degrees get into public health in recent years I have not seen that But it would not surprise me If we do start seeing an increase in right at super speed on the street or when I was there in Blacksburg now not in that area but certainly nursing Madison's or clinical informatics this if they're not nurses Big Healthcare and that ability to look date use technology. More into your point. You know so as we're using more systems but still had that clinical span has been really invaluable for for the IT folks for the health folks for the patients you know. So it's a great mix imagine similar for you know. Tv Program Public Health Nursing. And then the folks that you're treating and another big area similarly that we've talked about our touch on earlier. Was You know? Telemedicine telehealth virtual visits or virtual care whether it's inpatient outpatient but I could see or that it would make sense doing that via zoom or facetime particularly for like the TV followups in home. You know in so there with the contact lists and then Having a look that way so and from there you could do that really from anywhere I guess. Yeah not is actually one of the things We have been over the last. I would say three to five years Have been looking at improving our telemedicine capability and it's become Really important in our more rural parts of the state where it might take an hour and a half to two hours to get from the local health department to a patient who needs their TV medicine where we can use a telemedicine APP To Watch you know as long as the patient has the ability to do that Where we can watch that patient? Take their medicine. You know while the public health nurse stays at the health department and the patients at home. And that's definitely In recent months The use of telemedicine and public health has increased a lot We've encouraged To the greatest extent. Possible that any TV related visit. That needs to be done that they'd be done using telemedicine in it is that you mentioned watching people. Take the medicine is that because it's a reportable disease and obviously not exposures pre-battle battle though. Fortunately I guess you have to have kind of a longer exposure but do you have to see them. Take it so you can validate that. They've taken it and as they get better that they're not a public health threat as it is at kind of why you have to watch them or yeah. It's a couple of reasons one on this medicine. It's not just one pill It's four different medications usually sometimes more and multiple pills and each And so before we did what we call directly observed therapy. You know what we think was happening was that patients just decided. Oh I don't feel like taking that toll today or because you don't always feel good after taking that much medicine. People just wouldn't take it at all and so what we're finding is that people weren't taking their medicine and then we thought you know that they had we not really neat because we've done directly observed therapy for as long. I've been in public health but When they and then we talked that they were done But then people developed TB again and you run the risk of if you developed TB again. Then you run. An increased risk of having a drug resistant form so An in too when you think about like I know for me if I have a sinus infection or something. I'm terrible about taking my antibiotics every single time..

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"bsn" Discussed on Between the Slides

Between the Slides

15:44 min | 1 year ago

"bsn" Discussed on Between the Slides

"When you which is not to go down the vaccine debate road but that's another thing too right. Is You see folks that come in that are all in Do you see folks that come in that question? A lot worth. They've come to public health department. They're pretty much no like. Hey we need to do this. And then kind of follow those schedules. Yeah my experience in public health with. Yes that if they were coming to the health department they were coming for a reason and knew that they needed to be there And we're coming to get the vaccines that they need. You know that they needed and and some patients. It's kind of funny If you told them they didn't need any vaccines that they were good. Some of them you know depending on cultural background Might have been disappointed because you know. They thought they were coming to the clinic because they needed something. And you tell them. Everything is fine And they leave a little disappointed because they thought they needed something well. They're already where the needed to be with their vaccines and everything. Yes interesting. I mean that's and obviously from a practical standpoint keeping up with that even being from here being in public health like with your kids vaccine schedules. And that was a great service and a service that I would venture to say many if not all the public health departments. Many of them in the country let alone in Virginia provide is annual school vaccination. So if if you haven't gone to your primary care physician or cvs or anywhere else you can go to the health department that typically hold those every year yes. I think it varies you know. Sometimes you need an appointment. Sometimes you don't but yeah definitely that's a fundamental cask health department is to provide childhood vaccines. And so you mentioned too loose which you definitely know a lot about so with that as far as vaccines. There's a difference in what we do here. Largely right in international whereas internationally a lot of folks are vaccinated because it's more prevalent whereas we're not or what's the difference there because that seems to be a a big thing certainly as far as screening and just problems of that of the? Us or not or is that. Is that a picture of the state of the. Us public health compared to maybe other areas. Yeah so definitely are. Incidents of TV in the United States is much much much much lower than it is in most parts of the world and there is a vaccine called V. CG and that is given in many parts of the world And it's really to help Prevent the more serious forms of tuberculosis alike disseminated tuberculosis or TV meningitis But because our incident rates are pretty low here in the US. We do not give BCG. I'm routinely in fact very hard to come by An interesting that you ask because Occasionally we'll get a request. In fact I just last week someone called me say I'm going back to I forget which country Soon and I have a baby and I want to get them be because we give that in my country but I want to get it here in the US. Before we go back to our country. And I had to say I'm really sorry but we just we don't have it. It's not a vaccine that we routinely give and the US So I didn't have a way to provide or offer that vaccine to that person and had to just say I really recommend that when you get back to your country that you go to a clinic there and get it there which which is good for the state of the US. I guess right in our public health But but interesting contrast to of a many other places in the world. That aren't as fortunate even now when you know when this comes out with Kobe. Nineteen and everything but all the other stuff that still happening you know the other diseases that are still here the other levels of public health and I wonder if we could use because you and I worked a collision investigation a pretty big one but maybe as an example to and it was Someone that was active right at acted infectious to regular and around a lot of other folks close bases breathing say mayor so a lot to me a lot of similarities of what happens now if I happen to have covered near a lot of other people share like very similar right and so I wonder if we could. And we'd tested a few hundred. Maybe in the back of a big box store right which again a plug for the incident command system. We use the incident commander to I'll job and but I wonder if we could use that as an example to give folks in a d of what happens when someone has in this case to Berkeley Laos's but you know something which I think there's a lot of parallels certainly correctly wrong to a covert positive person but what happens when we find out. This person has something that's really infectious but US you know. Tv maybe that case obviously not details etcetera but what happens when someone says. Hey we think are we know. This person has regulars one. How do we find that House the Health Department and then? Can you walk us through the steps of what we do from there? Yeah sure So tuberculosis is reportable disease in Virginia. So if a physician or a laboratory discovers that someone has to Berkeley Closys or even suspects and that would be a physician to specs that a person has to Berkeley's this report that to the Health Department And when we have cases of confirmed burkey losses and it would be laboratory confirmation of a culture of some sort frequently. It's a pulmonary specimen so sputum specimen that tests culture positive for tuberculosis. We look at the people who've had the most contact with that person Which usually is household contact and we look at those people and determine and test them to see if they have been exposed to closest. And if that rate of positivity exceeds what we would expect to be quote normal then we look to kind of the next group of people And it really depends on the individual what that next group is so it might be workplace context or if someone is very active at Church We would want to look at the context that their closest to church And we look at those people and we also test them for exposure we go through a questionnaire screening for symptoms of active tuberculosis. And then we would offer too closest test either a TB skin test or we now have blood tests to test for exposure to tuberculosis. And we work our way kind of out from that source case from that original case Until we get to a background level of positivity but is normal. What does that so positively meaning? Someone has anybody's but they didn't have it. What does that mean? Kind of a normal positively yeah so for tuberculosis A normal test would be a negative. Tv tests so either negative TB skin test or a negative blood test Those are Interferon Gamma Release Assay tests. I gross And so we would expect it to be negative if it is positive then that indicates that you have been exposed or close to someone with tuberculosis and then we would at those individuals who test positive we want. I rule out that those people haven't developed active in fact. Just this and we do that by providing an x ray and the xrays normal and the person is dramatic than we would recommend treating them for latent TB infection And those treatment times vary But treating them helps reduce their risk of developing active tuberculosis in the future. And then so after. That would a then be a candidate for the that vaccine that we talked about earlier or no. No that's actually really is only Usually only used in childhood usually given to invent Overseas sometimes multiple times Ti normally only in childhood to reuse. That AXIOM GOTCHA. And so that's a similar process to coded or influenza. H One that you would do if you know. I was sick. Now we're GONNA talk to my family. Who were they around? Who were they around and kind of keep going out from the center kind of patient zero if he will. Yeah and YEA. And depending on the disease Might determine how widely we cast that net so or something like tuberculosis which takes Prolonged contact with someone before really. We wouldn't consider it being an exposure when you compare that to something like measles which is highly infectious. We would cast a broader net with measles. And you know initially because it's level is in Texas's much higher than not of tuberculosis. Gotcha so hence per se. If there were measles outbreaks in college campuses folks are close together. They spread out Other and just another example of you know incidents that public health works of these are the now are those because there's another term That that I've heard for sure I think it's been in the news but cluster so if you have one spot like one place to Berkeley. She was in the store. Were say in. The dorms on campus is that considered a cluster. Or you do you use that term when there's more than one place of of an outbreak or something like that and that's a good question can we. And and the TB realm. We tend to use outbreaks of tuberculosis more than clusters and to be considered an outbreak. I'd have to look at the official rule to considered an outbreak. But I think it's either to two or three Cases that are epidemiologically linked within a certain timeframe In one area in order to be considered an outbreak. So we don't usually think cluster Berkeley closest and it takes usually a longer time to identify what we would call a TV outbreak in an outbreak. I mean so. An outbreak really isn't like hundreds of people. It's a pretty small number of people. Yeah Burkey Lewis. It is small but you know when you think about other communicable diseases like I said measles or hepatitis A. Things like that. We do see outbreaks influenza. We see outbreaks every year So yeah we see more of that in those types of diseases than we do with trivialises so with Kind of talking about how we worked together everybody else again. Because it's all the partnerships or relationships to find. The person helped them test everybody else for that big case in particular and given obviously the kind of incident management project management skew on the show to be those small things. And I've said this probably I don't how many times on this and the previous podcast but the little things in this you know. Even a few hundred is is not enormous like it is now but the smaller but the more frequent outbreaks. Or if you can practice getting your folks together and and using these systems like the incident command system You know I I think there's so much benefit that maybe not in scale like we see now but in muscle memory and coordination that there's huge benefit to How do you as a public health nurse and someone that was leading that? How did you find the process of using the incident command center Incident Command System to Manage and and you know support. Operationally are run operationally. An investigation took great question It was really imperative. I remember Early on when we were first talking about that case and the potential need that. Maybe we're going to need to expand his contact investigation Baha beyond the household and I remember our health director. The time saying you know. Just let me know if we need to scale this up. We need to go into incident command and I thought I can handle it and then it very quickly became apparent that no. I needed help so I think just Having those resources and knowing who was going to handle each task and knowing for example that I didn't have to worry about getting the pipe in Drape partitioned I. I didn't have to deal with that. I could just say this is what we need. You take care of it Was I think fundamental to the success of that Operation And I look back on that Investigation as one of the absolute highlights of my public health career Because everyone came together you know to work toward a common goal and the partnerships that we established and the things that I learned Were just amazing And just gave me exposure that. I didn't think I would have at the time and has really provided a great foundation for my continued growth in public health nicely. I I agree as far as you know. One of those that was on the trophy shelf of things that you're always proud of in to your point of you didn't have to worry about the pipe and drape and and not what you would think but our environmental health. People became the experts for us in logistics. In all forms you know vaccine coolers and freezers. We'll get pipe and drake. We'll do it no one. It was the people right. It was they they had. They had great initiative. They were really hard workers. And there's plenty of other folks like that around the country but I really think we had and Joe but like a Dream Team of people and to your point that is that's one thing that many folks and I kind of laughed when you said I thought I could handle it but not really because I think initially for public health in in other incidents or even big events you you probably could have and then you have to get to the point which is really credit to you to go. Oh wait a minute. I cannot do this on my own..

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Public Health Nursing and Disease Investigation with Jill Grumbine

Between the Slides

06:29 min | 1 year ago

Public Health Nursing and Disease Investigation with Jill Grumbine

"So today's episode twenty one. I am with my friend and former colleague in Public L. She is still in public health. Joe Grown Brian. Thank you so much for coming into the show. Thanks for having Me Kevin. So we worked together for the whole time. I was in the local for five years or so I would say And then went downtown and did hospital stuff. But so how? Where did you grow up? Start with let's learn about you Where did you grow up? And what led you through school or or an interest when you were younger to get into nursing and then and in particular to get into Public Health Nursing Yup sure To grow return. Virginia who native Richmond Nder And I I remember thinking back When I was in sixth grade we had to write an autobiography as a school assignment. And as part of that assignment and we had to talk about what we wanted to be when we grew up and at the time I either wanted to be a nurse or a teacher So wanting to be nurses been part of WHO. I am for a really long time so since I was a young teenager And I think maybe the thing that kind of solidify that is caring for dying grandparent During my kind of middle teenage years And just seeing the great nurses who cared for her in our home Just steered me on that path And my mom also Has a background in healthcare. So kind of in the blood So that's what led me to become a nurse In terms of public health I can't say was ever a grand plan that I just knew I wanted to a public health nurse Actually started out as a hospital nurse. than a few years in hospital doing women's health women's surgery and caring for high risk. Pregnant Women But then you know as with many hospital. Nurses they long hours. The twelve hour shifts that we're turning into thirteen and fourteen hour shifts and the higher acuity of patients and the higher number of patients. just was very stressful And I decided that it was time for a change but didn't know what that change was going to be And someone who goes to my church said you know. We're always looking for good public health nurses and I thought yeah right. Whatever and a few months later she said you know we have a position open. I really think you should apply for it and I thought well what if I got to lose and it sounded kind of interesting and the schedule was definitely more appealing So I applied for the job knowing that I would probably get an interview but not really thinking it would go beyond that And ultimately they did offer me the position so I started working at a local health department And really loved it Didn't really know what I was going to be doing in public health in the beginning But quickly fell into a role where I was coordinating the Refugee Health Program As my primary duties but also My other major duties were in the Communicable Disease Program for Doing Communicable Disease Follow up For various communicable diseases and also doing to particular case management for patients who had active to break yellow system. So so you what school. You got your bachelor's in nursing how much public health was covered at one Where did you go to school at Nursing School Virginia Commonwealth University go rams right on and how much public health nursing public information? Is there in a typical or your. I guess a Bachelor's of nursing curriculum so we had a whole semester of community nursing and for every clinical base nursing class. You have a clinical But my clinical for My community nursing class with parish nursing so I was paired with A nurse who was doing parish nursing at her church and we really were looking at kind of doing a health assessment for just that one. Little Church I know that I had colleagues who spent or classmates rather who spent time at the health department but I didn't have that exposure and so I really did not have a whole lot of exposure to public health prior to actually starting to work for the Health Department. I remember One of the a during which was really when I first started you already Bed there during h one n one. So I started in January twenty eight when I was in full swing and one of the areas that we Took nations to was a really big church in eastern part of the county and they had like a whole kind of nursing really office. Station Clinic. Kind of thing set up there. Is that similar to kind of the experience that you had. So it's you provide screenings You know for the parishioners so I think Parish nursing definitely evolved now My clinical experience would have been a number of years before and that h one in one experience perish nursing was I would say from my Remembrance was relatively new at the time and but yes things and and like I know our we have a parish nurse who coordinates Health screenings and flu shot clinics Coordinates doing a CPR class once a year or so to things like that so they do exist and I think it just depends on the size of the parish our the Church of how much involvement there is and how much they do and is that usually there fulltime focus like though the fulltime parish nurse. Were they yeah? I think it depends again on the church so in my church is completely volunteer The nurse Who is in charge of that? Has Another time job So does the parish nursing gig just on the side

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"bsn" Discussed on People, Process, Progress

People, Process, Progress

14:44 min | 1 year ago

"bsn" Discussed on People, Process, Progress

"Everybody thank you for coming back to the People Process. Progress PODCAST. I'm your host Kevin Panel. If you haven't just before we get started with our guest. Joe Combine please subscribe rate the show and the more stars. We get the more recognizable. Be The more information we can put out there to tell people stories share prices and help us all make progress So today's episode twenty one. I am with my friend and former colleague in Public L. She is still in public health. Joe Grown Brian. Thank you so much for coming into the show. Thanks for having Me Kevin. So we worked together for the whole time. I was in the local for five years or so I would say And then went downtown and did hospital stuff. But so how? Where did you grow up? Start with let's learn about you Where did you grow up? And what led you through school or or an interest when you were younger to get into nursing and then and in particular to get into Public Health Nursing Yup sure To grow return. Virginia who native Richmond Her And I I remember thinking back When I was in sixth grade we had to write an autobiography as a school assignment. And as part of that assignment and we had to talk about what we wanted to be when we grew up and at the time I either wanted to be a nurse or a teacher So wanting to be nurses been part of WHO. I am for a really long time so since I was a young teenager And I think maybe the thing that kind of solidify that is caring for dying grandparent During my kind of middle teenage years And just seeing the great nurses who cared for her in our home Just steered me on that path And my mom also Has a background in healthcare. So kind of in the blood So that's what led me to become a nurse In terms of public health I can't say was ever a grand plan that I just knew I wanted to a public health nurse Actually started out as a hospital nurse. than a few years in hospital doing women's health women's surgery and caring for high risk. Pregnant Women But then you know as with many hospital. Nurses they long hours. The twelve hour shifts that we're turning into thirteen and fourteen hour shifts and the higher acuity of patients and the higher number of patients. just was very stressful And I decided that it was time for a change but didn't know what that change was going to be And someone who goes to my church said you know. We're always looking for good public health nurses and I thought yeah right. Whatever and a few months later she said you know we have a position open. I really think you should apply for it and I thought well what if I got to lose and it sounded kind of interesting and the schedule was definitely more appealing So I applied for the job knowing that I would probably get an interview but not really thinking it would go beyond that And ultimately they did offer me the position so I started working at a local health department And really loved it Didn't really know what I was going to be doing in public health in the beginning But quickly fell into a role where I was coordinating the refugee health program As my primary duties but also My other major duties were in the Communicable Disease Program for Doing Communicable Disease Follow up For various communicable diseases and also doing to particular case management for patients who had active to break yellow system. So so you what school. You got your bachelor's in nursing how much public health was covered at one Where did you go to school at Nursing School Virginia Commonwealth University go rams right on and how much public health nursing public information? Is there in a typical or your. I guess a Bachelor's of nursing curriculum so we had a whole semester of community nursing and for every clinical base nursing class. You have a clinical But my clinical for My community nursing class with parish nursing so I was paired with A nurse who was doing parish nursing at her church and we really were looking at kind of doing a health assessment for just that one. Little Church I know that I had colleagues who spent or classmates rather who spent time at the health department but I didn't have that exposure and so I really did not have a whole lot of exposure to public health prior to actually starting to work for the health department. I remember One of the As a during which was really when I first started you already Bed there during h one n one. So I started in January twenty ten when I was in full swing and one of the areas that we Took nations to was a really big church in eastern part of the county and they had like a whole kind of nursing really office. Station Clinic. Kind of thing set up there. Is that similar to kind of the experience that you had. So it's you provide screenings You know for the parishioners so I think Parish nursing definitely evolved now My clinical experience would have been a number of years before and that h one in one experience perish nursing was I would say from my Remembrance was relatively new at the time and but yes doing health screenings and and like I know our. We have a parish nurse who coordinates Health screenings and flu shot clinics Coordinates doing a CPR class once a year or so to things like that so they do exist and I think it just depends on the size of the parish our the Church of how much involvement there is and how much they do and is that usually there fulltime focus like the fulltime perished nurse. Were they yeah? I think it depends again on the church so in my church is completely volunteer. nurse Who is in charge of that? Has Another time job So does the parish nursing gig just on the side Gotcha And you also mentioned and when it your take too so you were working in the hospital you know they're chefs are you know can be brutal between the physical and emotional toll you know of of just being in that environment. Do you find that a lot of public health. Nurses had a similar experience where they did clinical time. Either inpatient or outpatient and then transitioned to public health. Or what do you think? Kind of the percentage of the of the Public Health Nurses folks that did I guess kind of more traditional inpatient or outpatient clinical nursing than those that started purely in public health nursing. That's a really interesting question so I do think that most of my colleagues started in the hospital In some way shape or form Before transitioning to public health I think many of them probably did it when they started families. because again the schedule is better And thinking back to the nurses I know like one will actually several worked in the newborn nursery Some might have started in doctor's offices and then transition to public health. I do think that having Some hostile experience is definitely valuable because it really helps you build those critical thinking skills To prepare you for working in public health which in my experience is a lot more autonomous than working in a hospital and I recently had the privilege. Gosh it's probably been a year ago now of I so wants to semester. I go and guest lecture at Vcu School of Nursing for community health class and one of yeah. It's really cool. It's probably my favorite thing to do. and one of the students approached me afterward and she said can. I talk to you and of course she said I really really really want to work in public health. And I think that's great. Go work in the hospital. Let me know you know when you get a couple of years under your belt and I'll help you navigate the application and she said yeah. I'm just really don't want to work in the hospital I really WANNA work in public health. I love it. She had done a clinical with a local health department. And she said that's just what I know that the what I WANNA do and I said okay I tell you what. Let's set up a time. I will help you. You know with your resume will help you do the application because the state application You just have to know to find the right words and build the right words in you know. Look for the key words. They're looking for and make sure you mentioned those in your application. Make sure you mentioned that relevant experience and so I helped her and she went on interview and didn't get the job But then went on another interview and she's working in public health now and so. I think you can definitely make a career in public health without having hostile experience But for me I think it provided a great foundation For helping me become the public health nurse that I am your only make sense. I mean to your point if you've worked code or crashing patient or even done sterile technique or even something non emergent and then you're working the clinic or then you're working you know. It's a bit of a slower pace. Think accurate right then it it. Scales it to your point. It's like Oh okay. This isn't you know. No one's crashing here and there were still trained to deal with that and all those kind of things which is pretty awesome it and another thing good processing good good way. People can make progress when they're applying for one nursing but I think any jobs is made a great point of when you're applying for a job I think of all your experience whether it's volunteer or paid and pull out the words that you used and match them to the application you know truthfully obviously but but you can cross map tons of experience. And I've seen a lot so read. It has been a great. I never really got into it. Which is funny and forty-six and now using read it more often For the show. And just you know. There's a lot of good groups in there So fond of Ice Calvin and there's a lot of folks either new emergency managers looking for experience or similarly public health Maybe nurses or just folks that want to get into it And like we've talked about as far as opportunities. I've said you know you should apply wherever you are to to do contact tracing or do investigation get involved in the air because you'll get that kind of boots on the ground experience than if you are whether you're general emergency manager or you do get a public health you'll have the sense of what it's like when you're making decisions in an office or the operation center that affect those people that are out doing the the shoe leather epidemiology To make a make a big difference. So that's awesome. That were it would help her get a job in public health and you mentioned when you started so what what is what is life like for Someone that transitions from hospital base nursing to public health nursing you mentioned you started and then transition to Communicable Diseases and working with refugees and things like that. So what was it? What's it I like the transition. What are some of the first things that you do when you get into into public health nursing so there's a lot of orientation And I think having a really good reputation is so important There's so many different programs so you know in the hospital where I was focused on women. You know who are post surgical or maybe postpartum are caring for high-risk any part on women But I had kind of dot. I don't WanNa say narrow focus but was just women In order to specific diagnosis codes and You know things like that to transitioning to public health. There's just a lot more breadth and so you know you learn the basics of communicable disease process and following up on things But then you also have to learn and things like we did maternity care so pregnant women who were on are underinsured. And what does that clinic? Slow look like Family Planning Clinic where you need to know about. The different methods of birth control be able to provide education to women on their method of birth control Immunizations a he is a huge part of what we knew in public health. So just learning the immunization schedule for infants toddlers whomever And comparing what Their immunization schedule looks like now as to compared to what it really should be and being able to calculate doses of immunizations and what they need in order to catch up to make them up to date on their vaccine schedule To to Berkeley Case Management which is a specialty in and of itself to caring for who come with a very diverse set of needs very diverse backgrounds and being able to provide culturally relevant. Care to them So just a lot more breath but also Not always having a in order to do everything that you do for a patient so in the House. Bill everything that. I did for a patient required of positions order right road well in public health. You do have a lot more autonomy because you have a patient in front of you..

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"bsn" Discussed on A Touch of Grey

A Touch of Grey

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"bsn" Discussed on A Touch of Grey

"At the top of your lungs as we were driving down sunset boulevard or Hollywood boulevard from your house in the hills. You were saying vehicle and it was hilarious and you sounded a lot better than the guy who's who say new the new what the tribute band blood sweat and tears and so they're now plays vehicle in the show. Well it's sort of like a John McCafferty and the beaver brown band when they came out Would THAT BE? You know what it is is when when when particular group hits first of all can't get arrested because it's different than everybody else and then when it starts to sell records everybody else starts sounding like it so in the in the wake of blood sweat and tears in nineteen sixty eight sixty nine. There HAD TO BE FIFTY HORN. Dads out there. You know every time you turned around there was another horn band. Was The you know the marketing gimmick of the month I Guess Yeah. It was a huge Canadian lighthouse which I never the world there were British British blood sweat and tears. There was a Russian that he said Leonid Russian. Blood threatened and Do you remember again on again. Your Raven and ten. We'll I'm still in touch with her from time. Oh really that's nice to hear that she's still around. I've lost touch with with with that business anymore. But HE LIVES DOWN TO LANDA. I say yes. She was quite an attraction with that band they were. They were A hot band drive. Yeah ten wheel drive and they had that that Horn Horn sound. But what you left. Bsn Tea and had your own Solo career a few years later they asked you back or you came back. You worked out differences and they stayed with them for a while. They couldn't make it without you. At least that was my observation. I don't WanNa put you on the spot. But isn't it true that I think we both learned something I mean? I took a break from them because I was basically exhausted and burned out and I found out I was very. It was very hard for me to work without using. Don't sweat and tears name and it was very hard for them to work without my voice. So we after about a year a half said okay foolishness. Let's get back to work and it went for a long time but it wasn't quite the same idea. Moore's wow wow and and data end. When did Windy? Actually stop being a thing called blood sweat and tears two thousand and four. Okay okay you know. I hate actually left couple of years before but there was all sorts of gigs that had to be played contracts. That went for a couple of years in advance even so but I had made up my mind by the way by the two thousand that I was done with it. There was nobody left with me and it wasn't what it was. It wasn't what it was because of the times the material or the actual off to fired a gun out of the creative spark was gone. They haven't been in a recording studio in thirty years and they had no interest in making new music. Because the and this is what happens to a lot of artists it has happened to Chicago and it's happened to just about everybody is when you have a monster monster hit but that that was the album of the year and it was the biggest selling album of the world and three number one hits came in the same month Then that's what the prompt the promoters out there. WanNa buy the agents want to sell. And that's what the managers want you to do. And so basically the money is playing spinning wheel for the rest of your life. Some people don't mind doing that and others finding artistically to be maddening You're somewhere in there. Well I always managed to have few side projects with much sweat and tears kept my sanity but yeah absolutely if they forget what it was that made. Let's and tears in the first place and was a bunch of guys who were intensely creative. Came up with a whole different idea of what a band should sound like and changed the music industry. And then we just on. And that's what you did and it's over and so you make millions of dollars a year for the rest of Your Life. Being Touring Act And I did it. I did it for many many years. Put My kids through school All got good college educations. I lived well and played. Some wonderful venues toured all over the world. But it was talking to me. I understand now this new since I've left out by the way in fifty years that I've been out of threatened curious. Twelve new albums. I know I followed you from afar and I see that you're still. You're still making new music. He's still are active. I assume that you're That this is your livelihood As a professional musician with a glorious history and still an active presence They say you say livelihood. I don't know of anybody who's making a livelihood right now. I think livelihood is forgotten word at the moment. I from the of the media that this is a very tough time for the media prior to this this crisis that is going on in the background while you and I are having this conversation there. The Corona virus which is just devastating to business. That's based on advertising. Oh Yeah I'm very much in my heart a Canadian but I've ever big spot in my heart from New York and New York is just getting killed right now. New York is getting very very hard. Toronto I live near forty years. I lived through nine eleven I lived. I lived through good and bad but New York City and I I have a big part of my heart in New York City. And I'm hurting for them right now. Toronto was like a New York. It's it's it's one of the cities I've been in. That felt like it was. It feels like New York when you're there if you're if you're on the street and you don't know the street you may as well be in New York City. I Say I lived in New York for forty years but I was never far from Toronto. I was back and forth. But how did we house? I'd be up here but what's Toronto like right now in the crisis is stop down a dead as it. What's going on here? Well I can't really tell you because I've been housebound for the last week. I have not been out. Yeah but you see the media. You're obviously plugged into the Canadian media and following. What's going on? Yes sooner or later? I'm going to have to go and pick up groceries and a few things. I have not really been out in a week because streets are deserted. Everything's closed very very few places you can actually go. You know what this is. What's going on everywhere as we're having this conversation You know when I look back at this. Hopefully we'll have much better times but just time stamp. This is right in the middle of of lockdowns everywhere. You're listening to a conversation. I recently had with the former lead singer of the Jazz Rock Ensemble. Blood sweat and tears. David Clayton Thomas. He has a new album called say something and he says a lot and we'll hear more of what he has to say when a techy gray the talk show for grownups continues right here on this great talk radio station in just a moment..

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Fifty Shades author E.L. James' releases new book and the reviews aren't good

Hysteria

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Fifty Shades author E.L. James' releases new book and the reviews aren't good

"You gave I understand your first effort view. Yeah. I left with a with a with a bomb. I just wanted to to leave with my first and last ever review. What was it? It was a book called the Mr. from fifty shades of grey author James, and though it's called the Mr. it is not like a BSN say, it's not a sexy book. It's. Not like a erotic. I was picturing like winning. Yeah. We gets hot. And you missed your song like with some like lemon infused water like wasn't very clever title. Yeah. It has so many interpretations. Yeah. So it's a bad book. It was like not just bad. But like actively offensive it. It's about hey. And they'll Bainian woman who is accident, we sex traffic to the United States, but escapes her sex traffickers, and is rescued by a model slash DJ slash Earl and model slash slash. I do not being like his title. He's like a British Earl. Yeah. A little bit of Jane Austen. Yeah.

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Questions

Still Processing

01:10 min | 3 years ago

Questions

"Hey, y'all it's Jenna and Wesley. And we have some news for you. Some very good news still processing is on its way back to your podcast fees on Thursday, January tenth, and I gotta say the timing is perfect. Because there's a lot of stuff we've been struggling with like how much proof is enough proof. Are we in a BSN relationship with social media is aren't enough? When are we not being gas? Let are we gonna have to start taking Taylor swift? Seriously. Why is survivor the most relaxing thing on television? What is the difference between a protest and a stunt? Should we still be offended by the N word is it too late now to say sorry? We'll Bradley Cooper wouldn't grabby before Nicki Menaj. What is permissible is comedy? I am I so angry all the time. How do we live on a dying planet there any going back? Do you like mile fit always? But do like mine you've never worn anything that. I have not liked. I think you still processing Thursday January tenth.

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