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"dr courtney" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"dr courtney" Discussed on NPR News Now

"To fit any budget with speeds up to a gig restrictions apply actual speeds are not guaranteed live from npr news. I'm barbara klein. The white house is urging companies to be on the alert for cyber attacks over this labor day weekend. npr's franco or donas reports us officials. Warn that hacker sometimes take advantage of long weekends. When offices are closed and neuberger the deputy national security adviser for cyber told reporters that the fbi as well as a cybersecurity and infrastructure security agency. We're on the lookout for any signs of potential cyberattacks and ready to respond if necessary. We have no specific threat information or information regarding attacks this weekend but we do have is history neuberger says in the path that attackers have taken advantage of holiday weekends. When security operation centers may be understaffed biden officials note that the cyber attack on the colonial pipeline as well as the attack on one of the world's largest meat processors were both conducted on long weekends franko or donas. Npr news the whitehouse. A chain of nursing homes in louisiana is now closed down and the state attorney general says an investigation is underway after seven. Elderly residents died in the aftermath of hurricane ida. Npr's brian man reports from new orleans ahead of ida's landfall a company operating seven nursing homes in louisiana shipped residents to a shelter in a warehouse in the town of independence. Dr courtney phillips who heads the state department of health said in a statement the level of care at the warehouse was reprehensible the state has permanently closed the homes operated by the company and a video statement louisiana attorney general jeff landry said a probe is underway and our goal will be to determine who decided to move these patients to this apparently unsafe and potentially inappropriate facility more than eight hundred nursing. Home residents have since been relocated from the warehouse to other shelters scattered around louisiana brian man. Npr news new orleans in the west african nation of guinea soldiers have arrested the country's president in an apparent coup and npr's ava peralta reports. They took over state television to announce it soldiers draped with the canadian flag appeared. Live on state tv. Your dumpling undisciplined. This time they said to usher in a new adaptable constitution. Another video played widely on local media. Show soldiers surrounding.

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"dr courtney" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"dr courtney" Discussed on NPR News Now

"News i'm barbara klein secretary. Antony blinken departs for qatar. Today where the. Us has set up a diplomatic post for afghanistan after leaving kabul npr's amy held reports. Lincoln plans to meet with diplomats and troops who helped with the evacuation. The us is out of afghanistan but says it's diplomatic engagement goes on a couple thousand miles away with its doha office. Serving as something of an embassy in exile it's handling consular affairs and overseeing humanitarian aid contacts with the taliban and counterterrorism efforts. The us says some one hundred americans are still in afghanistan after it got out six thousand and more than one hundred twenty thousand people in an intense evacuation mission. An unknown number of at risk allies remain facing an uncertain future with the taliban in full control from doha secretary of state blinken heads to germany. Where he'll take part in a twenty nation meeting on resettling afghan refugees amy held. Npr news a week after the us and britain ended a twenty year operation and afghanistan. Britain's defense chief says everybody got it wrong. General nick carter tells the bbc. The pace of the taliban takeover was a surprise to everyone. Even the taliban a chain of nursing homes in louisiana is now closed down and the state attorney general says an investigation is underway after seven. Elderly residents died in the aftermath of hurricane ida. Npr's brian man reports ahead of ida's landfall a company operating seven nursing homes in louisiana shipped residents to a shelter in a warehouse in the town of independence. Dr courtney phillips who heads the state department of health said in a statement the level of care at the warehouse was reprehensible the state has permanently closed the homes operated by the company and a video statement louisiana attorney general jeff landry said a probe is underway and our goal will be to determine who decided to move these patients to this apparently unsafe and potentially inappropriate facility more than eight hundred nursing. Home residents have since been relocated from the warehouse to other shelters scattered around louisiana brian man. Npr news new orleans. Covert outbreaks in texas are delaying the return of in-person learning and several school districts. Dr michael chang is a pediatric infectious disease specialist variant being more contagious than previous variants. Of the cronin myers is just kind of a game changer. For pediatrics nationwide. The number of new corona virus cases reported in twenty four hour period is up again. The cdc's latest. Tally confirms nearly one hundred. Fifty eight thousand new infections in a day some fifteen times more than in mid june this is npr in west africa soldiers in guinea have seized control of state tv to announce they've staged a coup they say president alpha conde's government and the country's constitution have been dissolved and land borders are closed. The un refugee agency is calling on the us to open. Its borders to refugees from central america. Who need international protection from persecution. Lisa shlein reports from geneva that asylum seekers are running into pandemic travel restrictions. The human refugee agency reports nearly a million people from el salvador. Guatemala and honduras have been forced to flee their homes because of violence. And insecurity spokeswoman ekaterini katiti says the unhcr is appealing to the us to end title forty to public health related. Assign them restrictions of that. They say the fancy to the united states remaining closed to most asylum-seekers with exemptions for some catheters ablation without vulnerabilities katiti says the unhcr is asking you authorities to stop expelling the refugees and restore their right to claim asylum in the united states for npr news. I'm lisa shlein line in geneva. A private dive team will search today for the source of a suspected oil spill in the gulf of mexico. A slick has been spotted out at sea and there are no reports. It's impacted the louisiana shoreline. I'm barbara klein npr news..

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7 Louisiana Nursing Homes Closed for Moving Patients Before Hurricane Ida

NPR News Now

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

7 Louisiana Nursing Homes Closed for Moving Patients Before Hurricane Ida

"In louisiana. Have shut down a chain of nursing. Homes after seven residents died in the aftermath of hurricane ida the state attorney general says an investigation is underway. As npr's brian man reports ahead of ida's landfall a company operating seven nursing homes in louisiana shipped residents to a shelter in a warehouse in the town of independence. Dr courtney phillips who heads the state department of health said in a statement the level of care at the warehouse was reprehensible the state has permanently closed the homes operated by the company and a video statement louisiana attorney general jeff landry said a probe is underway and our goal will be to determine who decided to move these patients to this apparently unsafe and potentially inappropriate facility more than eight hundred nursing. Home residents have since been relocated from the warehouse to other shelters scattered around

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"dr courtney" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"dr courtney" Discussed on Here & Now

"Me to icu nurse. Chelsea or. I'm just trying to keep me alive or taking care of ventilated patients. Here on that as per se. What feels different about this time right now on the incredible loss of lights. It's been really hard as were ripping party than we've ever worked with or and still losing the hallway meet. Justin mccoy been ten years Anything like this delta is can be very deadly and it's really terrible seeing patients who can't bring that is a very difficult thing to watch bloomberg says the vast majority of patients they're seeing our unvaccinated. We met nine unvaccinated to everyone vaccinated individual. It's clearly vaccine is protecting against hospital. Admission jackson county is now seeing record numbers of infections within weeks. Many of those people may need hospital care but a new forecast predicts that by labor day oregon will face shortfall of four hundred to five hundred staffed hospital beds. Dr bloom hurt says. Smaller hospitals and oregon are trying to transfer their sickest patients to asante but sunday can't accept them anymore. Dr courtney wilson works in the er she says even though asante has already postponed some surgeries. Staffers are simply worn out. I think people are frustrated. Honestly it feels discouraging that we have had a vaccine available for a really long time in this community. And we have a really low vaccination rate here organs. Governor has sent national guard troops to overwhelm counties to help with non-medical tasks. But it's not enough. Local medical leaders have asked for the state to set up a.

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"dr courtney" Discussed on The Social-Engineer Podcast

The Social-Engineer Podcast

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"dr courtney" Discussed on The Social-Engineer Podcast

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"dr courtney" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"dr courtney" Discussed on Burn It All Down

"Who am i as a black woman in this space. Who am i as a black woman in the pool is only a small piece of who i am fully as a black woman in this world and so i think that while in both enraged by all these things individually and collectively i had to tell myself the exhaustion means to rest. The exhaustion means. I'm not going to overwork myself. Or die for this institution. I need to again return to the the lay down songwriter. All its remix. And i need to read some that ministry. I need to remind myself of what. I will not do to myself to anyone that i care for. Two other black women in order to thrive in these spaces and so. That's what i in both most frustrated by right the breadth of this kind of oppression marginalization All of these things that from last summer apparently i think there's also the disrespect the I think part of the frustration of last summer is there was all this performative talk about addressing all of these 'isms and phobias right and then here we are this year where they have just manifested in mutated into something different and so again knowing that those systems will be performative will be token is In particular ways it doesn't take away from who we have to be at the end of the day to ourselves and who we have to be at the end of the day for each other and so I'm sitting with neck. And her sisters out in that is both the source of some of the rage and then also a source of inspiration particular way for me absolutely and i think that you know it was one of those situations that was lake. Not only is she doing the work in terms of leadership in all off the court things that you said but also just like in terms of athletic lieber like. Mvp of the last fiba tournament that they were like actually put in the work on the court to and what happened. Two days later. Was that mitch. I was left off of the women's national team for soccer in a situation that also enraged me because us soccer has a habit of taking black women and converting them from forwards to defenders See done crystal knew. She was fighting for spa on the roster but to come into camp and be converted into a defender and to spend weeks looming that position and playing it. I saw her play a game in houston where she started half the game up scored and the second half was moved and played the other half the game back especially in the olympics. Where you have a person roster and versatility is something that you need. I even made a shirt knife. Get on bonfire three by but lake of all the black women on the team now. And i actually couldn't even fit allama cook on it because there's a limit of seven names and i was like we've never had this problem right so it was like the joy of that and then to have what feels like a smack in the face when the Roster was announced asides. Chris impressed and crystal done. It was a very very heavy very white roster with the first people cut. Lynn williams can cario bitch purse. Allama cook is heavily half that sure of melania magic gone and it made me so mad about the last few weeks that people have been applauding. Lin went out the day after that in scored. A brace sydell larue. Who was never even in contention called up..

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"dr courtney" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"dr courtney" Discussed on Burn It All Down

"Like rage or or emotional. I think that there are pieces. There's a thread through. All of the different athletes talked about journalists academic stinker dollars. But then i think about when we haven't talked about yet that i was like an early piece of that was mecca k. And you know full disclosure. I consider a friend and i was. This was the beginning of my rangy ranchi. These institutions aren't thinking about us they will Snub us no matter what we do no matter how many championships all star appearances leadership capability. I mean neka has everything. And and that's an unbiased assessment That's something we can document m. i was so crushed by not making team. Usa for women's basketball. And then i see this moment. Where her and her sisters being really taken in by teammate. Geria- in what that possibility especially look at the schedule and see when team usa. Anti nigeria will be playing each other There's a moment that might give us the same nicole. Hannah jones feeling of like these structures haven't changed. There's a way we can acknowledge that. This is one moment and a larger problem that we can trace back multiple olympics in terms of can represent the nation in whether or not we wanna even be represented is another question for another day. But when i add neka to this stack of overqualified Overworked athletes journalists scholars. When i add her there in the excellence of having to be both a leader on and off the court everything that she's done in terms of activism connector too so unlikely berry all the different ways that hard labor in leadership isn't acknowledged by this snub. I can also think about how she has already decided. She is more than just this athlete. More than just this member on a team and the same way. We're told you're not going to heal these institutions. We cannot fix them. They are forever broken by capitalism by white supremacy by sexism. I'm reminded that she is more than insert title and we have to be more than assistant. Professors we are more than the structures that we are within. And so i'm i'm sitting with both the rage that that i can't even really speak on the next thing fully the way i want to because it is so frustrating for me. There's all these different ways that that we are left. Aside all of these examples have different backdrops. Different organizations different gatekeepers. But what i can't speak to is that we have to be fully holy ourselves outside of the positions that we occupy. We have to know when to rest so part of it is yes simone. That one hundred wasn't four her but the reason that the fifty was is because she had that time to rest to reset to say..

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"dr courtney" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"dr courtney" Discussed on Burn It All Down

"I. I really appreciate that in in that you know is not our responsibility. He'll and it made me think of this quote by hortense spillers and it to me is the hand in hand with like not being responsibility to heal these places but like actually being able to reckon fully with like how needed black women are ray and so this is Let's face it. I am a marked woman but not everybody knows my name. Peaches and brown sugar sapphire and earth mother auntie granny god's holy fool miss ebony i or black woman at the podium. I describe a locus of confounded identities. A meeting ground of investments and provision in the national treasury of rhetorical wealth. My country needs me. And if i were not here i would have to be invented. Now that quote are done through a year before. I was born the year before. We're on this earth and to me so aptly sums up that symbolic investment in black women. In one of the reasons why track it and try to understand as labor is. Because i was like. We're all so tired doing sometimes as legible to us. Sometimes it's not right. I'm definitely not legible to everybody else. But what we're talking about in sports media what we're talking about an academia. I also see so clearly as we're moving through olympic trials. Now i know that every conversation you have to start with. Why are we doing the olympics again. Why are these things happening. It's like when you're in bed like man. Like i really don't want to go out to this event like you're waiting for the cancellation text. Maybe they'll cancel zach. This is like a global version of that of like. Why are we still going out like winter. The plans being canceled like i cannot. I cannot. That's the only place to start from absolutely today. Tokyo announced a state of emergency declaration. Where two weeks out from the games And they're in a state of emergency. Cove it. i'm and yet here. We are rolling merely along. Because i ac- does not want to let go of those billions of dollars in lose in broadcasting revenue and so capitalism rights again and with these conversations in mind that we see happening the institutions that we occupy. How has that kind of been playing out in these spaces whether it's now asaka who obviously represents japan but is is certainly understands herself to also be You know part and parcel this country and and certainly black women and if you've had the chance to see the trailer for naomi osaka documentary but her last line of the trailer is like i've tied so much of my worth to being a great tennis player..

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"dr courtney" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"dr courtney" Discussed on Burn It All Down

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"dr courtney" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"dr courtney" Discussed on Burn It All Down

"A way that we guilt ourselves we overwork. We are overburdened. With teaching and service in a way that again. Our peers don't quite understand. There's a way that making plane. When taylor says it out loud you know. There's a way that when other women say kayla and maria don't have to speak on this because we'll speak on this for them. There is a way that i feel seen that. I'm trying to work through and then there's a way that i'm very ready to do the work so that maybe it's a little different for the next generation and the nicole hannah jones tells us in this amazing statement that she crafted regarding her decision to go to howard she says is not my job to heal the university of north carolina and i would love everyone to insert whatever they need in that space. The university worked for the company. You go to work for the post office. Whatever it is is not our job to heal these spaces. And i think we take on these burdens because we want it to be better for the next generation but i had to have the reminder of when nicole hannah jones says about the way that it has weighed on her for weeks. There's also a weight this has been so public also like maria. Also like all of these would be. Olympia is that we can talk about. There's a way it's public in a way that maybe are cases will not be public. You know fingers crossed and then there's a way that That i'm sitting with with what it might mean to relieve myself of the burden of fixing these places that were broken long before. I got there long before i was born. And so i've been trying to like kind of lift that yoke and think about the work that i do and who is four and thinking about. I'm still invested in the types of work. The kites of folks i interact with engage with You know my kind of co participants in this work And then the the colleagues places that feel good. Those are the places. I have to invest. Because i realize it's a trap otherwise it's a full trap to try to acquiesce acquiesce for these spaces. That again are never thinking of us. And only using as long as there's some cultural capital that we offered to them. Which is a very slippery precarious place to live constantly. But i don't know anything else. I have nothing to compare to ray. So the exhaustion or or people are like all must be so hard to have been a black woman at espn or to be a black woman in oregon. And i'm like. I actually don't have a comparison but yes absolutely.

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"dr courtney" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"dr courtney" Discussed on Burn It All Down

"These opportunities come when institutions trying to clean up from something have a scandal. Oh now you've a black coach. Maryland killed the kid. They have a black coach. Penn state had sin dusky sandal. Here comes james franklin. We know that opportunity comes. When you've been catching flack for very clear. Instances of not investing in things that get codified as diversity but really is because your brand is basic and so part of that understanding. Is that you know that. Oftentimes your opportunities gonna come either by black women pulling you up with them or everybody else being forced to acknowledge that you exist and so. I think that people are not naive. I'll never forget when. I got my first job out of grad school. Right out of grad school post doc. In and job opportunity at penn state and i was at a seminar with a bunch of self-proclaimed feminists. I was the only black woman. Participate in this multi week seminar and only one of only two women of color and i went to lunch one day with one of them and she said well you know. What are you doing next year. And i said well i have a job at penn state and she's a go thought your post there said yeah. It's rolling over into job And without missing a beat she said how the are they lake desperate for diversity and then kept chewing so raggedy so raggedy and i remember in that moment wien like oh Okay and i was like absolutely being desperate for diversity makes it easier. push for line through. I'm not the only black woman on the market right. Like there's a way in which those realities that i do not make those realities which actually say more about the systems that we're talking about then has anything to do with me are absolutely true and can be true but my preparation is just as true. You know my ability and deserve nece just like maria dislike years just like all of ours absolutely true as well and then i'm like and then what do we do about the tiredness right because these are things that we know..

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"dr courtney" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"dr courtney" Discussed on Burn It All Down

"Her alma mater She was voted to have tenure by her peers. Her department The board of trustees basically to give tenure what we now know especially things to local reporting. Is that one prominent donor Really tried to prevent her employment The last two weeks have been a very public reckoning of what that means And then this week The board was posted in forced into a public vote which she on handedly was awarded tenure and then just recently announced that she would not be taking tenure at unc and instead along with tunnel hussy coats joining the faculty at howard university bringing the night chair there and starting a new journalism department in a both of us being kademi have seen many black women. pushed out through tenure processes. That seem peculiar But also there's a clip that nicole talks about why she wears her hair rat or why she still does her nails how she wants to her or doesn't abandon a black aesthetic because she knows it doesn't matter ray doesn't matter what you do right that breath that you speak about that you never get to take it so you might as well be comfortable in. Do you being you and not sacrifice yourself on the climb if the climate is still going to be you know just as arduous regardless and and i think it's very similar to maria taylor right and so you have somebody who's worked on the you've seen work than put in the hours in climb the system only to have her assent still second gas colleagues. Who would smile on her face right and the story. Initially when it was reported last year by deadspin was framed as some creep. Tried to get us to kim. So rachel nichols over a private video and it was definitely the drum of white feminism. And i think there's the also that reminder where like where are these gatekeeper. Where are these people who are constantly missing the mark completely in sao because then again like right in this week we're thrust into like cheering for melita. Which is like dope. And then you're constantly holding both these realities and so i wanted to ask you as somebody who has been a black woman and espn about how you've been handling in seeing the maria taylor original rachel nichols Situation especially wanted to ask you. Somebody who knows media studies right. Who's the expert on these things. What you made of that first comeback. That rachel had the half apology. I don't know if that's what we call it. And then you know what it felt like to watch two black men kinda flanker in that moment ray in lend their voices to the situation like how do you. How did you process all of this..

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"dr courtney" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"dr courtney" Discussed on Burn It All Down

"You know another thing we got this week. Is this viral message to lay down. So i'm feeling i'm feeling a message of that song so much. Just listening to you recount the weeks that were exactly exactly and that message. Also don't necessary. And i think once you lay down in protecting piece the next step for me is processing And i can think of no better person to do that within you so i guess we'll start with just a asked how how you're doing. It's been exhausting. Absolutely i think that part of my process. I feel like i've had to hold a lot of space for both celebrating. A moment of you know even just momentary triumph victory with nicole hannah jones this week while also holding space for not only retailer also kayla johnson who i think is also part of the story of how black women are treated within these institutions that we both have to mold ourselves into everyday in different ways that were never designed for us as well as we face the brunt of punishment we talk about that comparison of how we are constantly Over punished constantly bearing the weight of others decisions of others mistakes and so for me. I'm sitting in holding a lot of space for all the feelings. I could have of both victories. These small or big victories when we see black women nonbinary athletes crushing it or we see those entering into journalism or academia finding winds while also saying that because these places were never built as they are always. We're always read in opposition to them and so once we're reading opposition then we have to then operate from that space and so some of i don't think we even realize when we're doing it because we always have to be on guard and that's part of the exhaustion is even when you are at your best crushing it twice as good whatever metaphor you want to bring into it. We are always at risk And so there's a way that i've been sitting with this idea of rest and recovery. Would it feels like we can't even catch our breath. There's like whiplash these past couple of weeks especially with the olympics and then for me. I think it's hit especially hard. Because i'm looking at nicole. Hannah jones her tenure case as i'm going back to my brain for when i used to work at espn so they academia espn. I think i tweeted that. Espn prepared for the disrespected academia as a black woman and so i'm having this moment where i'm constantly either going back to moments i've experienced me academy or moments i personally experienced. Espn that were constantly telling me that. I wasn't supposed to be there. Holding space for all of these layered in multiple motions for me is like almost the story of especially what we've seen black women in sports in the in the olympics. Like you celebrate the wins. I'm thrilled for for raven for gabby thomas. I'm thrilled for folks. And then at the same time you hold these other moments in your leg. I don't even know what to do with this. This is so frustratingly. The thing about the nicole hannah jones situation for those who are unfamiliar nicole. Hannah jones award winning winning journalist. was offered a the knight chair in journalism at unc chapel hill..

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"dr courtney" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"dr courtney" Discussed on Burn It All Down

"You didn't know you didn't know like widely leslie waited to bust out the first women's dunk for the perfect moment or how the lakers managed to win a game with only four eligible players on the court. Then we bring in a basketball or comedy friend to talk about what we just learned in a post game episode. Listen to nba storytime. Wherever you get your podcasts from blue wire for ways to say. This week has been exhausting. Almost is inadequate of a description to be a black woman in sports to be a black woman in the academy to be a black woman. has left me bone dead tired. It feels like every day. There's a new story who whether it's she carry richardson And overpay mobilization for something that is illegal activity in multiple states and has no bearing on the outcome arrays whether it's brianna mcneil needing to talk about personal trauma and abortion in order to plead her case for her suspension to be overturned other. It's afro swim. Caps being banned from the olympics or multiple athletes being told they're not female enough to compete whether it's maria taylor and a continued reminder about how people talk about you specifically white women weaponize gender And paint black woman into a corner in which their undeserving their -firmative action recipients to their somehow only in their position for diversity points whether it's the ongoing tenure drama with nicole hannah jones or the names. We don't know of black women in very similar positions it has felt like Constant deluge of reminders of the state being and two weeks before that naomi osaka impress upon people. A she's not playing around and be. What does it look like to take a mental health specifically black women's mental health seriously but also the exclusion of people like mitch purse or negu mckay from national teams. I would just say that this past month has basically had me in my black girl feelings and to process that and break it down and understand how all these things feel intersecting and overlapping in ways that i cannot disentangle even at the context for each of these things are are certainly something to think about the overwhelming -ness of it is the fact that they're compounding and so i had to call up my friend. In co conspirator courtney cox system professor of indigenous race and ethnic studies at the university of oregon and a brilliant mind on racing sports and cultural politics and transnationalism diaspora all the things. So courtney welcome back to burn it all down. Thank you so much for having me here. You have me..

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"dr courtney" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"dr courtney" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"This is john swerved and you're listening to discover lafayette a podcast dedicated to the people and rich culture of lafayette the gateway.

"dr courtney" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"dr courtney" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"High Well, I don't know exactly what you are. But I can't say that I could find in the morning. Kind of. I spent some time in the morning. Scanning what we call the news, as in global news, especially looking at Open 19 prevention and trying to see how Italy how Sweden has great Britain. And as you can imagine, it is a brigand grab bag. I mean, look at Brazil. I mean, we could want in on and you do have to ask out of about 200 countries. They all are in totally different places, and some of them seem to have it together and some of them absolutely do not. I have a lot of confidence. In New Mexico and I'll tell you why I do. I think it is because we are small is because we know one another better, and I believe that we are good at mobilizing on a local level, and you know, we that's part of our job. We're doing that all the time. We're connecting people and I went with anything Medical Richard. I often go back to our 100% community guru in San Miguel County that probes to the medical director there. Of L Central clinics, and he he really has been in the forefront. He was at the forefront of getting testing sites up and running in northern New Mexico, and I know he's working really hard now to kind of get it all laid out and then to provide direction, so I I believe with more people like Matt. I think the state can pull it together and a year from now. Hopefully we're all celebrating. Celebrating and really healthy. That would be wonderful. All right. Once again, Dr Courtney, the best website for people to learn people to get the books people to contact you. Hannah, age eight dot or GCI. I GHT on a like a little girl's name. And then, eh? All right. Thank you. Both. Where Mass day Well, okay. All right. Thank you, Theo 30 minutes after three o'clock, so once a week for about the last year, we've been talking with Dr Wendy Johnson. Medical Director Love Emily Medical Center about Cove in 19. We'll.

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"dr courtney" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

14:47 min | 2 years ago

"dr courtney" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Ming Erin asked going to the show welcome Merrin well thank you Dr Courtney that was quite the introduction I appreciated I'm excited to be here today and get to talk about pets that just wanna have fun that's what can't buy while is all about well we're more excited to have you because we know you are in the trenches you were on the ground level working with that's everywhere I'm naturally differential so I want to call you miss ask when can I call you Erin Erin is perfect thank you know that makes me feel a lot more eighties hardcore Rick excellent now err on the so we do something called set the scene now this is where we get to talk about your upbringing and where you kind of grew up in this scene of it and basically how you your initial relationships with Pat could you set the scene for our our podcast family absolutely I grew up in Georgia actually and I've always always loved animals I'm an only child so my siblings were always our pets instead of other humans so I've always had that connection with animals and started working at a young age in the horse industry and found my way through various different areas in the animal field out like you'd mentioned working in different doggie daycare is working on horse farms out getting up to managing battery hospitals and also working in the animal shelter environments I've never really been outside the pet industry I I tried to leave once and just I I couldn't stand it I had to come back because I just missed being around the animals and seeing that connection between human and animal and what that can do for both sides has always been of interest to me and I think that building those relationships in fun safe positive way is is probably the most important thing about what I do and what I love so now I live out in Colorado and work with you wonderful can't bow out support team to make sure that all of our franchises are up to speed on the latest and greatest to keep our pets the healthy happy that's what we're all about living in Colorado I mean everyone knows the reputation of Colorado is because one of the healthiest state in the nation so having fun is right up your alley you know I wonder if the educational experience has been fun for you because what I noticed is that it's like you have several alphabets ask your name I mean seriously there are so many letters after your name if I read a mall out we'd be here all day could you describe to our podcast family what your certification involved in what all those letters after your name actually mean yes so I am AT what we call a CPC scene as well as a CPT tea at the CBC St stands for certified behavior consultant canine so specifically geared towards our doggy friends and then the CPT mean certified professional dog trainer what that means for everyone out there is I've actually taking exams they're an independent organization that supports safe humane and ethical training to prove that I have that knowledge to be able to help people with their dogs and unfortunately dog training is not a well regulated industry a lot of people can just go I'm a dog trainer and house zero background in the actual learning theory behind dog training and what those behavioral analysis studies show and so the certification council for professional dog trainers another mouthful there yeah it's a nonprofit organization that helps regulate what trainers are doing out there so that's what I set out to do and I and we actually have quite a few certified professional dog trainers that work with him about wells at that set themselves apart showing that they have that knowledge and experience to be able to help parents with their dogs speaking of set themselves apart you have had over eighteen years of experience in the game working with a variety of species how did you know that can't Chow why how was going to be somewhere where you can really settle in and really dig your feet in a dig your heels in and and know that this is going to be a special experience at what stage did you now alright can't bow out this is going to be a really special experience you know I I've been with them for almost well actually just over three years now I just had my third year anniversary and graduation thank you know yeah I I plan to stick around so that's good news for them I'm sure yeah yeah yeah meeting all of the franchise owners in getting to experience the new people coming in and wanting to do best by the dogs in their community is really what sold me on the brand's at you know you never know walking into a new a new job what you're going to experience and meeting all of these wonderful people across the country that just have a passion for dogs and want to offer the best services possible for them to make them happy and safe and well taken care of I mean that's my passion to use so getting to work with people like that I mean that's just that's key for me and that also with people wanting to innovate you know can't bow out it's all about innovation and leading the industry and getting to work with a lot of people that are on that same page that want to drive that innovation and take our experience to the next level those are the things that keep me motivated and keep me around well I tell you what there are very happy that they are able to keep you around it sounds like you can't dial out it's the first facility I believe was actually in Denver and it's a two year span Eakes at you guys have expanded to over a hundred and forty camps all over the country yes actually we just opened up our hundred and fiftieth in Texas all my goodness you're one fifty now we are home market that's incredible well congratulations again on that I tell you what just when you have something that is expanding at that rate and doing that well you know you are doing some things right a lot of things right and one of the most important things that we all want to do right it's keeping our pets safe and I think that's one pet parents are dropping their pets off at a boarding facility or a day camp that's one of the primary if not the most important factor how can I just keep my pets save is my pet safe when I'm dropping them off what do you feel are the basics for keeping your Pat safe when they're going to a doggy day care or day camp so a couple different things out we so we do what we call group place sell our dogs are we call them campers and they are out in large groups throughout the day with camp counselors that watch the monitor them give them attention and so we have a very specific interview process because you know not every single dog loves to be around other dogs I actually own a few that are not thrilled in those type of environments in so we want to make sure that every dog that comes to our camp is comfortable in that environment and enjoys it because it shouldn't be just a convenience factor even though that part of it it should also be fun for them so we do have a specific interview process where we introduced them very slowly to that group of dogs to make sure they're comfortable not just with our people because that's another aspect but with the dogs in the camp as well and we do a whole interview date where they spend a few hours to get comfortable we observe them make sure that they're getting more and more comfortable as the day goes on and then get to go home that night too so they don't just stay overnight that first night because that can be a little bit traumatic sometimes mom and dad dropped me off and they're never coming back so we want to make sure they have a positive first day and get home that night before they come and stay overnight another day while also interviewing is by far the most important thing to make sure that your dogs actually get along with other dogs that's right the fact that you have two dogs that are the friendliest around others means you have a very lived experience you're not just talking from some sort of esoteric place like you've actually experienced that how important do you feel making sure that pets are well vaccinated and I have parasite control is in the overall experience just leave that as part of its you we do have that nation requirements because we want to make sure that everyone is well protected coming into that environment you know there's always a risk in dogs being social but that also goes for dog parks just going on walks going to that Neri offices pet supply stores yeah there's risk involved in so we want to make sure pets are protected so we do have boxnation requirements and then we also want to make sure that the pets themselves are healthy coming and so things like stitches or if their healing from another type of wound or they're on certain medications we may not have them in that environment while they're on those medications are healing from say a surgery or something just to make sure that they're protected and safe right excellent yeah I know that there's yeah I've spoken with many many daycare facilities porting Kennewick facilities pet groomers and a lot of them are nervous have a very healthy respect for canine influenza and some of the out break that are happening in the country have you been privy to some of those out breaks and has that affected can't buy whatsoever you know it's a lot unfortunately it has been all over the country we've been very lucky that we haven't seen you know a lot of movement in our areas but certainly we have camps in locations where there have been outbreaks and our franchise owners are great with helping the community helping stay ahead of the curve so that they're keeping their campus protected but also giving education to the pet parents and ensuring that they're talking to their bats to make sure that they're doing the most they can on that preventative side because even though we're in that dog industry we're not that Marion's and we want to defer to our professionals on that level to make sure that our pet parents and our bats and also all having conversations to keep our kiddo safe and excellent I tell you what you know the education I think in addition to the vaccination requirements to mention education a vaccine requirements are some of the most powerful tools in helping to prevent the spread of flu and an infectious disease in general I think one of my favorite aspects going to day camp was when I was younger and having really cool counselors I mean they let us have fun but they're also pretty disciplined and assertive in educating conflict that parents they want to know they have trained staff watching their pet they want to know that they have really competent people what are some types of training that counselors have to go through when joining can't buy while and how does that kind of contribute to the safe environment so our camp counselors and this goes you know can industry standard for for us we have an entire on boarding process with training modules and videos all on safety dog behavior play art management that's what we call it so using our our beliefs and our actual touch our bodies in the play yards to monitor those dogs and keep them safe and prevent any altercations or scuffles from happening so they all go through that series of training we also have our counselors go through CPR and first aid training for dogs as well I in the event that something happened we want them to be able to respond appropriately so they are required to go through that first aid and CPR course as well wow that's really important obviously we you would never want an event to tragic event or an emergency event to happen while you're dogs at daycare or take camp but if it does you certainly want the peace of mind that they're trained people there that can help so that's exactly that's fantastic I you don't sometimes going through a doggie daycare doggie boarding facility getting a tour sometimes helps pet parents feel a little bit more comfortable because they know essentially where their dogs going to be and they know a little bit about the facility in one of the first things that people may absorber during their tour is just the cleanliness of the facility what are some ways that apparent walking into camp by while so we could even speak in general can know all right for sure my packs in a very clean facility absolutely so you mentioned towards and we are always happy to offer tourists because it's important pet parents do like to see where's my kid gonna play where's my kid gonna take a nap where's my kid gonna spend their nights or eat their food so we're always happy to do towards on the cleanliness side smell is a big thing so if you walk into a facility and you don't smell anything that's fantastic and that's our what we shoot for is you know keeping everything very clean and that involves picking up any debris quickly so making sure that she sees in urine don't stick around on the floor because of course dogs are gonna pee in football there at camp they'd have to extra that's picked up right away and cleaned we make sure that all of our goals are cleaned our floors picking up hair our turf that we have in a lot of our outdoor yards all of those things keeping them nice and clean to prevent those smells that's key now wow that's great you know just when I have seen other boarding facilities in doggy day care camps and things like that they are they're incredible because they look over every detail and the pet's comfort seems to be one of the highest priorities that can't Bow Wow are there certain little details that people wouldn't think about like cops where hats are not resting on the floor or inventory cards where they have their likes and dislikes are there things like that it can't buy well where you look over that the details of the minutia about keeping pets comfortable absolutely so all of our campers get it cozy cotton soft fleece to lay on in their cabins so we have very large spaces for them to rest and then we also keep details cards on them so we keep that not only in our computer system but on actual paper that goes with them around the facilities so that everyone knows you know what are the eating when are they eating do they have medication do they have any allergies all of those things to make sure everyone is aware and so that they can all make sure to be keeping not hat say father at camp screen pass the I like the safety aspect of it of course because that's a priority and of course you want your pet.

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"dr courtney" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"dr courtney" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We're continuing a week of climate coverage here on the take away as part of a collaboration with two hundred and fifty other media organizations called covering climate now on Monday we explore how climate change is causing anxiety for parents and kids and what they can do about it but today we take on a different piece of crime in a mental health phenomenon called ecological grief some researchers define it as the grief felt in relation to experienced or anticipated ecological losses from environmental change from. Viewtiful river. does the word muscle national park that's elder friends swap let he's a Danny swim a member of the smiths landing treaty eight first nation in Canada he was speaking in Germany at the twenty seventeen cop twenty three the U. when annual climate conference for many indigenous communities climate change is taking its toll on the environment at a disproportionate rate for elder friends swap let and many others living on the front lines of the climate crisis the threat is real its presence and its changing everything. are they also see the effects of global warming. my home. hi mortar done comes one he is. the air is not resolved is questionable. there is a change. right from there. I have two people here to talk with me about ecological grief Dr Courtney Howard as an emergency physician and she's the board president of the Canadian association of physicians for the environment doctor.

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