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"school nursing" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

02:56 min | 3 d ago

"school nursing" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"One story of one school nurse but there's fizzy six million of fifty million. I wish there were fifty. Six thousand of his really do know what i think what we learned as nurses is that. It's these random moments that may seem insignificant that are so significant people's lives and if there is one way that i would ask for the community robin davies s. Where we're going to talk about it but may fourteenth through sixteen theme of sixteen two thousand twenty one. We are doing the nurse hack for health and one of those is developing new models of care. I would love it if you would engage. People would show up and actually come forward and help school nurses. Because i'm hoping tons of school. Nurses are gonna come to this hackathon and say here's what i need. Here's the problems we're facing helped me create a solution because to your point we can't just have these conversations anymore. We can't just talk about everything that's wrong. We have to create solutions. And so that's that's how i would love you to engage contenders hack for health. Reach out to robin on her twitter. Handle which i brought in. What is your twitter handle by twitter is. It's my name at robin kokin. And i do write a blog called the relentless schooner which you should follow and with me reach out on lincoln and i'm also a nurse innovation on twitter but the truth is that we need your help. Nurses today not only in schools but in healthcare systems across the country. Need the support of our community to keep stepping into that frontline crossing that risk and then going back the next day so if you could help us create these solutions we'd be forever grateful and the truth is we promised we're going to pay it forward however we can to make sure that society and health just keeps getting better beautiful. Well wanna thank you. Both rebecca and robin for just an amazing Conversation literally like like robin. You're sharing your story in my heart was just like like. Oh my gosh. It was just like pounding so hard and And so the difference that you are making this huge. Keep up the amazing work. If you're nurse listening to this keep up the amazing work right right. Yeah and And so this is first of twelve Hope everybody tunes in for the rest of them. It's going to be a blast so big. Thanks to rebecca and robin today. Thank you so much. Thank you rebecca for including the an. Thank yourself for this amazing experience. I am so lucky. Thank you so much solid robin you guys just always shape the world and the conversation ways. I don't think about so thank you for having us. Thanks for tuning into some seal nurse leadership series for the show notes and to learn more about how you could have nurses joining your mission. Visit us at outcomes rocket dot health slash sun sale. That's outcomes rocket dot health slash signs e. l..

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"school nursing" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

01:31 min | 3 d ago

"school nursing" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Know an individual person and a community almost simultaneously. Which is pretty much has what's happened with covid actually. So that's an example. The beautiful example and i was just curious robin. I mean you're right and is there anything out there that may be networks all these amazing school nurses well our national association of school nurses. Okay we have. We have a great national association. We have state organizations of course not everybody's the member We also have national certification for school nurses so school nurses can receive with a very vigorous test and and certain number of years of experience that level of the kind of the that gold standard of care yeah to be nationally certified like a magnet nurse. That's like the school nurse. Okay cool cool. Wow interesting mazing. Yeah and the fact that you were able to. Just i mean this this grieving mom that's like my kidneys to learn. So what do i do and from the tile right rabble the to help i mean that's just incredible Certainly mind opening for me. And i am listening to this. You're like wow. I didn't even think about my son or daughter's school nurse. In this way let them feel appreciated right like say. Thanks right at the very minimum. So what's a setback That you've experienced that and a key learning that came out of it.

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"school nursing" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

02:51 min | 3 d ago

"school nursing" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Truth is most easy way to access to care. Should be something that's gatekeepers behind a system. That costs money but school nurses that basically can be that front door. There's so many ways that we could create new models to deliver care telehealth services that could support the nurses that can actually be a for profit business behind that everything from telehealth towel mental support systems to triage for children that are dealing with chronic diseases. That could suddenly be seen in this situation. And to your point all of these businesses who are trying to keep their front doors opening by putting a nurse in those healthcare into the schools basically healthcare can continue to happen in everybody can function at a higher level of health and if we invest at that early stage in that generation is growing up in our children for goodness sake investing in them to have a healthier community everything from their weight to their mental health. When you have school nurses president along with a greek support team around them. The outcomes are better for children not only do. They do better in school academically but they grow up with mental wellness and health support in a way that they now feel confident. Moving forward to address health issues that they may not have been able to do so they didn't have that basic understanding early on so somebody that was things that we could do. Just to your point is there's an a major ability for us to shift the focus as hey you know what this is for profit health system where we simply gain access to public health needs by putting a school nursed in every school and addressing those equal access points for the democratisation for all children to be able to gain access to really good care so that we can basically continue operating a society to the top of our potential. Now wow amazing and um. I can't confirm that Joe biden or kamala harris listens to this but Hey maybe they do and if they are maybe you know them and you wanna shift this episode to them. Okay so so seema verma. I mean i'm a fan. She's don just an incredible job. I feel like there's an opportunity for some change to happen with this topic. This conversation that we're having right now. With mr becerra at the health and human services department i mean these are the types of conversations that need to be shared with our congress people state representatives because the dollars needed to support a program. Such as this is like nothing compared to the amount of money that we spend every single day on things that are not as rewarding literally one quick story about a congresswoman. Yeah so yana presley. She's very involved in address Experiences and the impact of that as she was growing up it impacted her deeply and she tells the story she told it on the floor of congress that it was a school nurse who saved her. Who recognize that. She was being sexually abused. And she is such a proponent.

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"school nursing" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

07:34 min | 3 d ago

"school nursing" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"At my family's not listening to the cdc they weren't they weren't connected to what the new jersey department of health was saying. They were listening to a local radio station and there was a lot of misinformation. People were drinking bleach. People were spraying themselves with lysol because on the bottle it said it kills the corona virus. You know. and when. I talked to my family's about social distancing if you're from another country that doesn't use our the way we measure but uses the metric system and you say stay six feet apart that means nothing to them so we had to you know reinvent this so we said you know i two meters in. That's hard to imagine a refrigerator lying down on its side. You know we have to understand what our families understand and then begin the conversation you know. Be a dass ity that we should in the arrogance of thinking that we are telling people from this kind of high level what we think they should know. We're not even asking them what they understand. So doodoo wet. Robin saying i think is just such a fundamental point. Is that school. Nurses were able to translate very complex guidelines that was confusing to the normal layperson who read and understood english or didn't have children. That was confusing. They were able to break that down. And what we may not know. Is that the gallup poll has ranked nurses as the most trusted profession for nearly the last twenty years in school. Nurses have this unique ability to have relationships with young people in their families for up to six years in a period of time. But i think one of the really important things also that we might not know about school. Nurses is that based on some of the studies that have been shown is school. Nurses are very effective at helping keep students and staff and faculty safe but also they keep the economy going and one of those examples as if in a school isn't don't have nurses for example if a child gets sick could go in. Spa speaks to the administrator. They often are called. Her mother has to come get them or their family. Member has to come get them when you have a school nurse in the schools. They're finding that ninety. Six percent of the time students returned to bathroom now. This ability to actually triage to treat and to provide that level of care is not only a benefit to the student. Who goes back to school and continues. They're learning but think about all of the mothers. The fathers out there who are able to continue with their jobs and stay at work and keep the economy going without this disruption so those are just some of the fundamentals. We think about when dealing with school nursing robot. Got this study that you that you talked about of the to one or one for every dollar you get back to did not take into account things like lost time from war. It did not take into account loss learning time. so one of the other gaps. That is so important that we need really excellent funding so that we can do more school nurse specific research to really quantify the work that we're doing that some some really interesting points here and know you think about the role of employers in in this as well right robin. You mentioned the lost work hours. I mean if two or three let alone. Thousands of employers that serve the same community were to pull their their money to afford a nurse. I mean like get with people. I think the opportunities are we just have to uncover them. And so these facts that were hearing and learning from rebecca and robin. I mean these are. These are things that are no brainers that we need to start thinking about again creative about funding those nurses for the fifty percent of schools. That don't have them I think the argument is very simple. So what do you believe that people need to know that. Maybe they don't know about the role of nursing and improving outcomes and business. So i would love to share many things. I mean back to reiterating what we need. We need to be in every school. 'cause we can't make a difference for not present right. That's the big thing we need to be in every school and we need to have better. Evidence guide our practice. This means funding for population based and community based nursing practice that includes funding for research nasa. Our national association of school nurses has a data set called every student counts. Because we're trying to help build the bridge that connects school nursing to the rest of the healthcare system. You talked earlier about having a school. Based house center. There are pockets of success going on around that model but it needs to burgeon. It needs to grow and it needs funding right. The other thing is we have to prioritize school nursing services in developing these collaborative healthcare delivery models between school health services and clinical and community health providers. Because there's a role for everyone it doesn't preclude the school nurse and it doesn't preclude having a nurse. Practitioner s part of the team. We are on the same team here. We're not you know on opposite ends and we have to strengthen this is one of my strongest point. We have to strengthen. Our collaboration with pediatric providers by maximizing technology. I cannot explain to you. How antiquated our systems are. We do not very very few school nurses and there's only a few states i can think of in. It's very small pockets of pilots where they have bi directional bidirectional communication to share health information electronically that would be the first step. It's happening on a very limited basis in states like delaware and colorado but what about the rest of the country right and this one to me is really speaks to how disconnected our health. Information systems are and how they're not shared there is an immunization registry in every single state. But they do not talk to each other. They are individual that it does not move the registry that tracks our students when they moved from state to state. They don't communicate so at these self-standing immunization registries and when you think about covid nineteen and the importance of having when and hopefully very soon our children will also be able to be immunized having that information and in the registry if students move from state to state would be such a time saver because of this lack of bidirectional communication and and that we're not using emr with our primary care providers our pediatric partners. We are asking parents to take needless time off from work to get information for us that we should be getting electronically from the from the providers. And they're missing really important pieces of information like our annual screenings that we do for kids right now. We are relying on our parents to bring paper copies of what we do for the most part. It's just an old system that does not meet the needs of twenty-first-century at all new south and to your point of you know what you wish that people knew about the role of school nurses and the opportunity that exists there is that school nurses. I'm when each one. Adding one became an issue. It was actually a school nurse who started identifying that something was going wrong in their neighborhood. And what you find about school. Nurses on the front lines as they identify the earliest outbreaks of disease. Among those populations that is our next generation. And when you're thinking about to your point that school nurses really are that front door with cvs and walgreens running in and say hey where your neighborhood partnered. The.

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"school nursing" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

06:23 min | 3 d ago

"school nursing" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"District robin is the legislative co chair for the new jersey state. School nurses association. She's proud to be a johnson and johnson school health leadership fellow and past program mentor. Ravin is the recipient of multiple awards for her work in school nursing and population health. These awards include twenty nineteen and twenty twenty national association of school nurses president's award and many more. So i'm gonna leave it at that but to just using women and leaders in nursing and i'm so grateful to have you guys here kicking off this series so rebecca and robin. Welcome so excited to be here. Yeah excited to have you guys here. We have a treat for all of you in the series but to begin with. I really wanna start off the series. By having rebecca and robin tell us a little bit about what inspires in healthcare. So take it away. Let's all you know. Thank you so much for having us to doing this series on sale. And i think we're my north star. Always leads me is that i'm just so inspired and empowered by the nurses and their movements really transform the future of healthcare and that i stepped forward and meet another nurse out there tackling a major healthcare problem at just to empowers and inspires more movement. Forward to see what more we can do to try to elevate and change the profession of healthcare lead through nursing leadership and innovation and and really excited to be here with. You really excited also to be on with robin. Because of bit incredible work that she has been doing on the school nurse side as kubat bear down on this country and we tried to reopen schools. So robin let me take a deep breath. I because there's a lot to unpack first of all such an admire rebecca's work and what i love most. About what rebecca does. She brings people together. She elevates nurses connects us. She celebrates nursing in all of its aspects and one of the most misunderstood aspects of nursing has been school nursing goal nursing has been misunderstood within our field so one of my biggest goals and i have to say. I'm i'm older. Now i'm looking towards. I'm not retiring yet. But i'm looking more at kind of the trajectory of my career. And i i'm thinking legacy right and what i was. What i want for my legacy. Is that if i was able to open the doors to people's minds and hearts about what school nurse israeli. Do then my job as well done so over. The last i'd say seven eight years. I've really focused on amplifying the voice of school nursing. I started a blog. And i've been able to really bring elevate others school nurses and let them tell their stories from their offices all over the country. That's how i linked up with rebecca and sunk sale so fascinating when you step out of your health office as a school nurse and see them much wider picture. If there's so much exciting work going on so that's been my passion my work. I certainly also work in in a very complex urban. I like to call it an urban rich community because it's rich with her and its rich with stories and its rich with resilience but it's also under resource and so that whole idea of being able to bring health care in the community boots on the ground to children and families is is certainly another one of my passions. Well well thank you robyn. Thank you rebecca for sharing your y and and both of you have such unique perspectives As nurse leaders. And you know. I'm excited to dive into that. So to us a little bit about higher adding value to the healthcare ecosystem in a unique way. I think i want to start back. And i'm going to set the stage. Robin because i'm wouldn't win. The last major pandemic hit the world in nineteen eighteen. The entire world shut down one hundred years ago and in new york city when they tried to reopen new york city in nineteen twenty and get schools back to working in children back into the classroom. They were not successful until they put a school nurse in every single school in new york city. And i want to tell you that today. If you're looking at cross. The country less than fifty percent of our schools in the united states have a school nurse. But if you want to look at how you democratize access to healthcare by gaining access to healthcare putting a school nurse in every single school across the country would suddenly allow regardless of who you were the money you have the location that you have would allow you. Access to a trusted healthcare professional that could have lasting impact and an interesting economic study that was done in massachusetts. They found that for every single dollar that was invested into school nursing. It returned in the same year. Two dollars and twenty two cents per dollar invested back into the cost of healthcare in public health. It's an incredible return on investments. And as we're dealing with covid today. I think when you're looking at us trying to open up our schools again. The school nurses that are really transforming and really making these schools stay safe. And that's where i sort of wanted shown where robin is today. Thank you for that great introduction. The lessons were not learned. Very well in two thousand eighteen and here we are repeating them the shining star about what's happened with kkob. At first of all the vaccine is a huge shining star and the fact that that we now have a national plan and then national rollout and while we have some hiccups in terms of axeing confidence. I think they're being addressed on a very boots on the ground community level and who better but to address that then to include the school nurse conversations. And that's what we're doing whether we're setting up back seen clinics whether we're doing testing in schools or we are you know having educational forums for families to really have them. You know unpacked. What what their concerns are in terms of the vaccine but yes having a school nurse in every building it should be. you know. it's a no brainer. I mean at this moment. There are almost fifty six hundred million children in the country. Twenty five percent of schools have no school nurse at all. None.

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"school nursing" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

01:49 min | 3 d ago

"school nursing" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"And robin. Welcome so excited to be here. Yeah excited to have you guys here. We have a treat for all of you in the series but to begin with. I really wanna start off the series. By having rebecca and robin tell us a little bit about what inspires in healthcare. So take it away. Let's all you know. Thank you so much for having us to doing this series on sale. And i think we're my north star. Always leads me is that i'm just so inspired and empowered by the nurses and their movements really transform the future of healthcare and that i stepped forward and meet another nurse out there tackling a major healthcare problem at just to empowers and inspires more movement. Forward to see what more we can do to try to elevate and change the profession of healthcare lead through nursing leadership and innovation and and really excited to be here with. You really excited also to be on with robin. Because of bit incredible work that she has been doing on the school nurse side as kubat bear down on this country and we tried to reopen schools. So robin let me take a deep breath. I because there's a lot to unpack first of all such an admire rebecca's work and what i love most. About what rebecca does. She brings people together. She elevates nurses connects us. She celebrates nursing in all of its aspects and one of the most misunderstood aspects of nursing has been school nursing goal nursing has been misunderstood within our field so one of my biggest goals and i have to say. I'm i'm older. Now i'm looking towards. I'm not retiring yet. But i'm looking more at kind of the trajectory of my career. And i i'm thinking legacy right and what i was. What i want for my legacy. Is that if i was able to open the doors to people's minds and hearts about what school nurse israeli. Do then my job as well done

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The Powerful Difference School Nurses Make in Our Health with Rebecca Love & Robin Cogan

Outcomes Rocket

01:50 min | 3 d ago

The Powerful Difference School Nurses Make in Our Health with Rebecca Love & Robin Cogan

"And robin. Welcome so excited to be here. Yeah excited to have you guys here. We have a treat for all of you in the series but to begin with. I really wanna start off the series. By having rebecca and robin tell us a little bit about what inspires in healthcare. So take it away. Let's all you know. Thank you so much for having us to doing this series on sale. And i think we're my north star. Always leads me is that i'm just so inspired and empowered by the nurses and their movements really transform the future of healthcare and that i stepped forward and meet another nurse out there tackling a major healthcare problem at just to empowers and inspires more movement. Forward to see what more we can do to try to elevate and change the profession of healthcare lead through nursing leadership and innovation and and really excited to be here with. You really excited also to be on with robin. Because of bit incredible work that she has been doing on the school nurse side as kubat bear down on this country and we tried to reopen schools. So robin let me take a deep breath. I because there's a lot to unpack first of all such an admire rebecca's work and what i love most. About what rebecca does. She brings people together. She elevates nurses connects us. She celebrates nursing in all of its aspects and one of the most misunderstood aspects of nursing has been school nursing goal nursing has been misunderstood within our field so one of my biggest goals and i have to say. I'm i'm older. Now i'm looking towards. I'm not retiring yet. But i'm looking more at kind of the trajectory of my career. And i i'm thinking legacy right and what i was. What i want for my legacy. Is that if i was able to open the doors to people's minds and hearts about what school nurse israeli. Do then my job as well done

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Intermittent Fasting for Menopause with Marcelle Pick

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

05:43 min | 3 months ago

Intermittent Fasting for Menopause with Marcelle Pick

"Welcome everybody to the fasting. Transformation summit rear uncovering the most inexpensive and powerful healing strategy known to mankind. We are talking about fasting. And i'm your host. Dr david shockers and in today's interview. I'm really going to be talking to women who are going through menopause. Maybe peri menopause period of time before menopause. Or perhaps you're younger and you're thinking you've heard horror stories about menopause and you are be prepared. We're going to be seeking directly you and perhaps your man out there and you're married to my going through menopause. this is gonna be beneficial for you. just how how understand what menopause is. We're gonna talk about basically what happens with our female hormones during this period of time of life and lifestyle strategies that can help ease symptoms and help improve the this life Life transition As you get older and have this kind of change up in your hormones recourse. we're gonna copper. How fasting can play a role in adding best strategies fasting. So because it's topic was so important. I reached out to my good friend and literally world expert in this topic. Dr marcel pick and dr marcel co-founded the world renowned women to women clinic in one thousand nine three with the vision and not only treat illness but also helps support her patients who proactively making healthier choices to prevent disease. She successfully treated thousands of individuals three unique approach to wellness and then in two thousand one. Marcel created marcel. Pick dot com great website. They can go check out and her goal is able to reach inspire and educate even more women. Worldwide website offers informative articles on women's health issues natural solutions to some of the most troublesome symptoms experienced today. Marcel also discovered functional medicine very early early adopter in functional medicine movement was honored to be one of the first that he certifies functional masters titian. She's written a bunch of books including the core balanced diet. Is it near my adrenals. And is it me or my hormones create great titles by the way and so these books have been been read by millions of people around world. Made a incredible impact on helping house armor sal. Thanks so much for joining us. Here on doc- transformation summit. Thanks for having me. I feel like. I have loud information to share. Can't wait to get started. Yeah absolutely. I'm really excited. You know we talked. I was sure where your experience with was with. Fasting was many. Let me know how this is something that you practice in something that you recommended and saw really excited to bring you on the summit's region guy deep into menopause obviously about fasting and how can impacted. Let's start with your story though. And i and how you really got into natural health So probably don't even know this. I was born in australia. I grew up in the outback. And i spent a lot of my time with the aborigines. Knee aboriginal caves very early age. I was surrounded by natural and natural medicine and then came to america. One eleven on after having been exposed to know cars. We didn't have toilet. I i should tell that really different kinks america and my parents are both holocaust survivors. They were from europe so we never did a lot of the conventional ways of eating to begin with and from a. You're young time. I knew that i was very interested in going into alternative medicine. I went to a program with harvard. Medical school nurse practitioner. Actually and boston college. Because i knew then i needed have a standard had to do research. Look at double blind placebo. Controlled studies also understand. Where does the notion of nutrient come into play and we started women. Two women in nineteen eighty-five before anybody was doing any alternative medicine. We were the first all women practice in the state of maine. No one had done functional medicine or anything like it in the state of maine and we were equal partners. Md nurse practitioners. so we. I've been on this trail for a long time understanding that if we educate women in particular about their biochemistry in their health and start to understand. What's upstream we will be healthy no matter what age in our medical system now says many times. Here's the drug will get you better well. It doesn't get you better. It takes his symptoms away and oftentimes makes worst symptoms on the other side. So i'm passionate about this. I love what i do. And my goal is to change as many women's lives as i can with information data and also the supportive things like internet investing. Yeah you're definitely making a huge impact your books your website. Everything at you're doing so let's talk about menopause. What is menopause happening with. Female hormones during that stage. What kind of symptoms do many women experiences. They go through a loss you know. It's interesting many years ago. If you'd come to me as a patient the symptoms would have been flashes. Night sweats getting some way. What i see now more than ever before his anxiety. Applications abnormal weight gain an absolute frustration with their body. Many times. they'll come in say. My body's deceiving me. What the hell happened. I feel like a train wreck under depressed can't sleep Hot flashes. I don't have a sex drive anymore. gamal dried up. What the hell

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Two new groups are now eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine in Boston

WBZ Midday News

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Two new groups are now eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine in Boston

"And in Massachusetts, students are starting to make their way back to class in person, including in the city of Boston, But teachers in the hub said they need more protection before that happens in force. They want to be vaccinated under the state's phase one of the vaccine plan right now they're in phase two teachers union President Jessica Tang making that case last night, Right here on WJZ school nurses have been bumped up into phase one. However, for teachers, they still remain a part of phase two, which has them being vaccinated. Starting February, 1st. Boston Teachers Union President Jessica Tang, telling Dan Ray having teachers bumped up into phase one is just another part in keeping them safe. Protecting surveillance testing and absolutely vaccines are critical piece of getting as many students back into schools as possible to that last part, their teachers say, is also what's important. More teachers being vaccinated quicker students are back in the classroom. Unclear right now, if that will happen. The plan is to have teachers and phase two with workers and transit restaurants, grocery stores and other utilities beginning a week from

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How the Coronavirus Pandemic Shaped Our Language in 2020

60-Second Science

01:55 min | 4 months ago

How the Coronavirus Pandemic Shaped Our Language in 2020

"Pandemic has transformed lives and livelihoods. But it's changed the little details to like the language we use peppering our everyday speech with scientific terms like social distancing superspreader and asymptomatic ya. I mean we've all had to become Amateur epidemiologists i suppose and familiarize ourselves with these terms that normally you would expect us to be in in some in some journal article somewhere. Ben zimmer is a linguist and language columnist for the wall street journal. He says a lot of the words that came up fresh too. Many people in twenty twenty head existed in scholarly literature for decades. So for instance contact tracing is actually attested from nineteen ten There's there's an example from australian medical journal talking about School epidemics back in ten in. They're talking about contact. Tracing as something that the school nurse would need to do to figure out you know who had been infected and the term quarantine which derives from a renaissance era italian word. Meaning a forty day. Waiting period for ships arriving from plague-stricken ports dates back centuries. But it took on new life during the pandemic. everybody's talking about quarantining and then and then it starts generating all sorts of new forms as well. You know you can drink your quarantine e you can grow corn beard and on and on and on as people got creative by taking taking these words and Forming innovative new expressions. Out of them zimmer. Also chairs the new words committee for the american dialect society at a recent virtual meeting. They voted on twenty twenty word of the year from candidates like doom scrolling or social distancing an unprecedented the group ultimately chose a different word which unlike the others was newly coined in twenty twenty and truly defined. What turned out to be a terrible year.

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COVID-19 vaccine distributed to Houston-area nursing homes

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

COVID-19 vaccine distributed to Houston-area nursing homes

"Houston health department says it has two hundred and sixty staff members who are eligible to receive their first round of the cove nineteen vaccine. The department says it will also offer vaccine to more than three hundred and sixty school nurses residents and staff at texas nursing. Homes are starting to get their cove. Nineteen vaccinations k. Ut's becky fogel tells us about a federal pharmacy partnership for long term care facilities. The program is free for long term care facilities it send staff from partnering walgreens and cvs location to vaccinate employees and residents governor. Greg abbott announced earlier this month. The more than thirty two hundred sites in texas signed up for the program totaling over two hundred twenty. Five thousand certified beds becky fogel reporting you till you reports. That pharmacists began vaccinating seniors at some locations in the cinco ranch and kenwood areas yesterday.

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Houston hospital offers vaccine to pharmacists, school nurses

What's Bugging You

00:21 sec | 4 months ago

Houston hospital offers vaccine to pharmacists, school nurses

"Plans to start vaccinating workers from outside its own building. The approved maternal vaccines have arrived in Houston and that cleared the path for health care officials at Houston's Memorial Hermann Health system to begin scheduling appointments for first responders, community pharmacist and school nurses. Who were not included in the initial rollout of shots. Meanwhile, local

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Houston hospital offers vaccine to pharmacists, nurses

Outdoorsman Radio Show

00:29 sec | 4 months ago

Houston hospital offers vaccine to pharmacists, nurses

"Hospital system plans to start vaccinating workers from outside, It's on buildings we approved Madonna vaccines have arrived in Houston, and that cleared the path for health care officials at Houston's Memorial Hermann Health system to begin scheduling appointments for first responders, community pharmacist and school nurses who were not included in the initial rollout of shots. Meanwhile, local laters have warned Texans to avoid travel during the holidays to reduce spread of the virus through large gatherings.

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"school nursing" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

04:47 min | 5 months ago

"school nursing" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Lockdowns in nursing homes of the nearly three hundred thousand americans who've died from covid related illness. Forty percent of those deaths occurred in long term care facilities housing the most vulnerable to try to contain the virus most nursing homes have now been in lockdown for nine months. That's a long time to go without visits from loved ones or even getting together with people living in the nursing home world suresh weinsberg reports nineteen year old mckenzie. Olsen is a certified nursing assistant. She works in a nursing home in mccomb illinois. My shift consists of Getting all the towels and linens passed out to each of the rooms Making the beds Cleaning the beds helping people with showers. getting them ready for bed at night after supper. It's hard work. But olsen likes helping the elderly residents. You would want this care done for your grandparents or your parents. Olson says this year with covid nineteen lockdowns residents need more than physical care. They need friendship for much of this year. Olson's nursing home hasn't allowed outside visits unless they're on hospice or end of life care. There is no family members allowed in the building. The home does allow window visits. Where a resident and a family member can see each other through a closed window talks on the phone or facetime. Mackenzie olsen says while. That's a nice option talking on the phone. Just isn't the same as a hug from a grandchild or a child holding their hand. Many residents haven't gotten that physical contact in months some of them. It's really really really hard. Because they have a lot of kids or a lot of grandkids and they're so used to them coming visiting some of them don't understand or they can't remember why So it does get really hard especially when they get emotional nursing home. Residents are also engaging with others in the facility less in one survey of nursing homes and more than thirty states half of residents reported not participating in any organized activities things like exercise art classes or church services that loneliness is taking a toll on their physical and mental health. Dr jim avery is a professor of medicine. At the university of virginia and a member of the christian medical and dental associations he also works in hospice care and nursing homes were seeing increasing society or seeing loneliness. We didn't increase in pain medications. An increase in sleepers sore seeing more insomnia we should increase antidepressants. I remember seeing one patient. Basically said this. If the virus doesn't kill me the loneliness will doctor says poor. Mental health leads to physical ailments issues like weight loss muscle weakness and pressure source. So when you see more falls more weight loss more we hospitalizations. An increase in pressure ulcers. And you see people more pain medications. You are definitely going to see other related. Deaths and associated press study found that long term care facilities have had a fifteen percent increase in non cova related debts. That's about forty thousand more fatalities. Compared to last year elderly care advocates. Also worry the isolation has left nursing home residents vulnerable. Danielle musto is long term. Care bud zeman for the state of utah. His job is to investigate. Reports of abuse and neglect. We've seen a drastic reduction in our case numbers last year. His team handled seven hundred cases this year. The caseload has dropped to four hundred fifty. Musto says that's because when visitors are kept out of a facility. Fewer people can observe. What's going on in a normal situation. You would have the family members friends church you know. the ombudsman. Many people with is on situation and concerns over their loved ones so i think the caseload primarily went down because of decreased visitation honestly musto says at the same time nursing home staff or stretched thin. That means there's more chances for neglect. They're running on short staff and they're just trying to make ends meet and get the residents needs met but sometimes it's slow more difficult. When you don't have the manpower you need this fall. The federal government encouraged nursing homes without covid cases to resume visits and scheduled activities but now as infections in nursing homes rise many facilities.

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"school nursing" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

05:02 min | 5 months ago

"school nursing" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"So glad you aren't good morning. I'm nick anchor. And i'm mary record. I up on the world and everything in it. Religious liberty in the classroom students in kentucky have not been able to attend school in person. Since the week before thanksgiving colleges and preschools remain open but students from kindergarten through high school are stuck with virtual learning in november danville christian academy went to federal court to challenge governor. Andy beshir's school shutdown order. The school argued that according to its religious belief it students should be educated with a christian worldview. In a communal in-person environment the trial court sided with the school meaning. Kids could return but that did not last. A federal appeals court. Put the order on. Hold just after the thanksgiving break. We'll joining us now to talk about the legal arguments in the case is steve west. He's an attorney and writes about religious liberty issues for world digital good morning. Steve good morning mary. Well the school danville christian academy made a religious liberty argument to turn governor. Beshir's order steve. Could you outline the basic legal argument. There assure kin school attorneys. They argue that in person instruction all the other one place was essential to their christian faith. Basically that worship in education or inseparable so they say they can't live out this belief in a virtual setting much some argue. They can't worship as god intended by watching a live stream at home. You know that sounds familiar. It reminds me of the lawsuit in washington. Dc bhai central baptist church there and they up similar argument. They sure did that. Church didn't livestream as church. Leadership believed that the bible required in person worship altogether. Just like in that case here. Dan will christian academy agreed that the state had a compelling interest in health and safety for the students teachers and parents but it said that state failed to use the least restrictive means of meeting that interest particularly when colleges and preschools were able to have in person instruction. Judge tattenham agreed. He said if social distancing is good enough for offices colleges and universities it is good enough for religious private k. Through twelve schools benefit from constitutional protection and just to clarify those are the elements of the highest standard of court. Review called strict scrutiny The government needs a compelling reason to infringe first amendment rights and then must do so in the least restrictive way possible. That's the lower court analysis in favor of the school but the appeals court did not agree with that. What did it say. The appeals court deferred. More to the governor has cited a supreme court case from nineteen ninety called employment division versus smith. That case says that rules that are generally applicable in neutral. Don't require strict scrutiny. Those rules only need some rational basis to justify them. So for the appeals court. It was enough that the governor had some reasonable basis on which to issues order. And he did. He wanted to reduce the spread of a serious virus in the argument but the supreme court is reconsidering that doctrine in a case. This term i believe is in in fulton vs city of philadelphia. Case argued before the court last month catholic social services is asking that dismiss decision be changed their the city shut out an adoption agency because the agency about it by its religious beliefs to certify read heterosexual couples for foster care so the city argues is requirement to work with everyone is a neutral law that applies to everyone y- in practical terms. It's negative effect falls on the religious. And that's the same argument made by kentucky to keep danville christian academy lockdown right at applies to all schools and is therefore neutral in application exactly. But here's the thing to win a first amendment challenge like this. You need to show that. Religion is explicitly targeted for example in the masterpiece cake shop case there was evidence. The state of colorado was openly hostile to baker jack phillips religious beliefs. That's one reason. The school in kentucky asked the supreme court early last week to step in quickly and let the kids go back to school until the case can be heard. we're still waiting on that ruling. Well i know these religious school battles are playing out all across the country. Steve where else have schools challenged closure orders. We'll california for one religious parents teachers in schools. There have also challenged orders. They agreed to drop their lawsuit in late october after a federal judge said religious schools reopen if they follow state guidelines. We can be thankful that many states have allowed not only religious schools but public schools to have in person instruction is also been a great opportunity to educate the secular public and government officials. That religion is vital in the lives of many people and that's protected by the first amendment. Steve west is an attorney and writes about religious liberties for world digital. You can read his work at wnyc dot org. Dave thanks for joining us today. Always a pleasure. Mary coming up next on the world and everything in it.

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Boston - COVID-19 Testing Coming To 134 Massachusetts School Districts

WBZ Overnight News

02:15 min | 6 months ago

Boston - COVID-19 Testing Coming To 134 Massachusetts School Districts

"Testing is coming for 134 school districts around the state. Here's WBZ TV S Michael across schools in the program will start getting their testing kits early next month. Parent has to give the school permission if they want their child tested. I think at this at this rate that we're going, I think any precaution is good. Newton Mom, Michelle Darken is all four schools being able to test students and staff for covert 19 to keep my kids healthy and to keep other kids healthy, absolutely doing a heartbeat. Newton is one of 134 District's Charter schools and collaborative in phase one of a school testing program through the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. This is a voluntary initiative would test kits provided to schools at no cost. And designed helps schools continue to provide in person instruction about two million Abbott by next now, rapid tests were given to the state from the federal government. The short swab tests will be done by a school nurse over a med tech and on Lee be used on students and staff with symptoms and people they've come in contact with the test kits will be sent out to chosen schools in early December by testing students and teachers and getting results within minutes. We will be able to identify infected individuals and their close close contacts more quickly and to help stop the spread. The district's chosen are all either providing in person learning using a hybrid model or offering in person services for high need. Students. Governor Charlie Baker says the test is quick and very effective. We're going to collect a lot of data on these on a fairly short period of time, and this is a step in the right direction, but it still isn't enough. The Massachusetts teach This association would like to see the program expand quickly to allow for regular testing in all schools. The governor's measures are reactive. We're calling for Proactiv frequent measures, including testing asymptomatic people so that we can catch the virus before it goes out of control. The governor says The bionics now test they'll be using has not been approved yet by the FDA. Four asymptomatic testing Other school districts will get testing kits and other phases of the program, the governor's

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Can Boston schools actually reopen safely?

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:02 min | 8 months ago

Can Boston schools actually reopen safely?

"Assessment of the readiness of Boston Public schools reopen as the city continues to deal with Kobe 19 years, W. B C's Mike Macklin. The teachers union turned to the Massachusetts Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health for it's a cesspit of Boston's public schools and whether they're safe for students and teachers to return to the classroom October 1st has planned after inspecting six school buildings extensively Mass cautious Jody Sugarman gave the Teachers union a grim assessment. Many people buildings are not yet prepared to be safely. And while we're we're no, we still have a ways to go. We're quickly running out of time before the over one start date. Only 37 schools had H V A C systems. No, he three have only windows endures to depend on for ventilation. And 90% did not have enough personal protective equipment for school nurses. Might Backlund WDC Boston's NewsRadio the

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"school nursing" Discussed on Good morning, EVIT!

Good morning, EVIT!

03:46 min | 8 months ago

"school nursing" Discussed on Good morning, EVIT!

"A new staff member at our campus on Main Street. That's great to know. She's a registered nurse hailing from California whose background includes oncology neurology inpatient and more Ashley Goff. Thank you for calling here. I am very happy to be here. Let's Dive Right In. Can you describe what you do at even sure I am the new school nurse and this position is new to eBay and new to me. I am basically happy to help facilitate and coordinate any of the covid-19 Edition shoes and working those things out with our students and staff. So to build off of that. How does it work when someone is sick basically as a student is ill at school. I'll call someone to come pick them up and then we'll go down the route of what they need to do. Let's pretend for a moment and fingers crossed. We don't have it. But if it happens somebody does fall ill it Panthers. To be covid-19 would be taken next if someone had coping, you know, personal responsibility is very important with Yvette and covid-19 bind here. So if someone does not they are positive give me a call and we can walk through the different steps of what we need to do for your personal situation, you know, someone leaves School ill and develops that we will contact their close contacts and make sure that whoever needs to be isolated and quarantined is doing that appropriately. Thank you. We've got personal responsibility. But we also want to protect privacy. How do we manage both off if you are a teacher or a student or anyone asking me about someone else I'm not going to be able to give you much information unless you have been exposed individual questions. I am so happy to answer them. I have an open door policy and off as far as teachers if you're feeling in L or so, please stay home and you can give me a call, you know, let your manager know if you share any Private health information with me will keep it as safe and private as possible. Things let's switch gears. I had heard that you had gone to a school similar to even did that impact your choice to work here at all. Absolutely. The start of my career was at a school kind of like not as cool. I went to school in high school about my CNA and then that's kind of what sparked my interest in the health care field and you know, if there's any students listening that have any questions about nursing or you know, how it is in the field that can always come ask me questions. That's one of the things I love so much about our staff here. Everyone is very open and willing to talk about their experiences that are background part of my background comes from Radio industry and events industry. So it's really cool when you have that opportunity to help somebody that might be interesting what you do you can tell them the real love it. So thanks for having an open door policy. So actually do you have any quick tips? You would like to leave us with? Yes. I know everyone is so tired of hearing at the club. Wash your hands where your mask as much as you can and socially distance as much as possible. You know, it sounds like a broken record. But those are the three things that will really help us that are very sick to do less than at least. Who would you like to recognize? Oh my gosh, honestly every single person I've encountered here at evit. Everyone has been so awesome. It's just a really great team data. Lazy u c c is hot and everyone just seems so happy to meet each other and I have emailed so many times too. So we'll song Everybody which is awesome and thank you for being our voice to the email so we know what's going on and that's it. That's it for the show to join the show or tell us who you spoke to hear from email me at the Marshal at David and until next time be kind stay safe and have a wonderful week..

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Biden turns attention back to coronavirus and reopening of schools

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

08:03 min | 8 months ago

Biden turns attention back to coronavirus and reopening of schools

"President trump. And his administration had done their jobs. Early on with this crisis, Merican schools would be open and open safely. Instead American families all across this country are paying the price for his failures. Mr President or are you? Where are you? Why aren't you working on this? We need emergency support funding for schools and we need it now. Sue. President. That's your job. That's your job. Today Joe Biden called the opening of of schools quote a National Emergency Joe. Biden said that if he were elected president, he would direct. Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide emergency relief funding to immediately help K. through twelve schools with ventilation personal protective equipment, and hiring more teachers in other words, provide federal government funding to give schools and teachers what they need to actually reopen schools and what parents need to trust the reopening of schools joining us. Now, is Linda Darling, Hammond President, and CEO of the Learning Policy Institute and a professor at Stanford. University. She is one of the education officials who briefed the vice-president Biden about his school reopening plan also with us Dr J. Blackstock an emergency medical physician. She is also the founder and CEO of advancing health equity and a Yahoo News medical contributor. Dr Let me start with you. What do you think is the science requires for the reopening of schools. So that there are several factors at play. The most important factor is the community transmission rate currently the CDC in whol staying five percent competivity rate anything about that. It's not safe to open and so looking at that number only are a number of areas throughout the country that are prepared open New York City with positive rate of less than one percent, and then after looking at community transmission rate have to think about the resources that schools have spent elation math being able to a separate cohort students into smaller groups having faith as well as school nurses. So all those factors are incredibly important for parents to consider. When deciding to send their kids to school Linda Darling Hammond. Did you advise Joe Biden. A needed to be done for the reopening of schools. Well, there's a couple of things that we need. Certainly, we need all of the things that the doctor just listed. In schools in order to make them safe and there are costs associated with those things. Thus far, the Recovery Act that has been passed has spent less than one percent of all that money on supporting schools to get the resources that they need to be able to open in addition to the things that were just mentioned. There's the need for additional cleaning and disinfecting and there's the need for adequate testing and tracing so that if there are cases they can be immediately dealt. With in quarantine So we need the funding that's been held up in the Congress ought to get to school so that those things are available We also need clear guidance from the CDC about the level of infection at which a community can safely open schools and the ways in which they should treat cases for quarantining and closing down when there are cases that occur in schools. All of those things are being taken up by the states but right now, the states have had quite a big hit in terms of the economy and so they are operating quite often in deficit and need of the federal support in order to be able to do the job that needs to be done. Let's listen to what Dr Anthony Veltri told Andrea Mitchell today about the infection rate and how it is still running much too high. About forty, thousand a day. Right around forty thousand new cases. That's an unacceptably high baseline. We've gotta get down I'd like to see a ten thousand or less hopefully less. So Really WanNa use this opportunity almost to have plea to the people in this country to realize that we really still need to get our arms around this and to suppress these types of surges that we've seen.

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Nearly 75% Of New York City Students Plan To Return To Classrooms This Fall

WBZ Afternoon News

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Nearly 75% Of New York City Students Plan To Return To Classrooms This Fall

"If possible. Despite Corona virus concerns, most New York City students and teachers will be headed back to their classrooms this fall. Mayor De Blasio says 74% of parents have signed their Children up for the combo in classroom and remote learning, and the rest will learn from home. We can do it safely, We set very stringent standards. All chance of Richard Carranza. He says 15% of teachers requested toe work from home. Those who are granted that accommodation will exclusively teach remotely, They will still be engaged and devoted as ever. Now, the mayor admits. The city is working on dealing with the school nurse shortage really concern. There's a number of ways we can get the personnel we need. Students schedules start going out next week that is correspondent

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School Nurses Rally in Boston Over Reopening Plans

WBZ Midday News

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

School Nurses Rally in Boston Over Reopening Plans

"Air demanding a voice in the re opening of schools safely rallied earlier today on Boston City Hall Plaza. Here. Thank you. Kelly Business, is an elementary school nurse in Boston and says she and her fellow nurses have not been included and opening discussion. Actually, it's insulting. Joined by union teachers and bus drivers, a couple dozen gathered in the hot sun on the red brick outside City hall with a shade of skin. They don't have things processes in place to make sure that we can keep kids safe that show up at our offices that aren't feeling well. We need to be able to take care of them in the appropriate space Mayor Marty Walsh Said Any plans are only draft masks. They're disposable students and teachers. School nurses are not at City Hall in Boston, Karen Regal W. B Z Boston's NewsRadio, a former

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"school nursing" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:17 min | 10 months ago

"school nursing" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"School nurses were educating and reinforcing to the school community, frequent hand washing and keeping hands away from their faces. Frequent cleaning of commonly touched surfaces, isolating students who presented with symptoms of infectious disease. And then shortly after that, a lot of the school's closed somewhere around mid March. And so what school nurses were during. During that time they were assisting students who had chronic health conditions. They were continuing to educate their communities on Cove. It Educating staff on covert 19 and those infection control measures I spoke about. Well, what are you hearing from the members of your association about this? What are their concerns as this whole debate over re opening Continues. Given that there are kind of wildly different views about this across the country, right and we are hearing about them. We actually did a survey of school nurses and late April to find out what equipment they had before school's closed. And 23% didn't have an isolation room, and many of them did not have the and 95 masks or the PP that you would have for health care providers than those air. Pieces of equipment that are essential to have in the school building for the nurses who are healthcare providers. The other thing that we're hearing is the intersection of covert 19 and the next Flu season. The upcoming flu season school nurses are accustomed to conducting surveillance of influenza like illness is the other thing on the table are the increased mental health needs. The social emotional needs the fear the anxiety, the student's family and staff will be coming into schools with school nurses air often sentinels for student mental health needs. Because students may manage their emotions with physical complaints. They may complain of a stomachache what they're having at his anxiety and tension. And so these are things that school nurses air thinking about. And it's one of the reasons why our organization is saying with less than half of the school's having access to a full time school nurse there needs to be funding to hire those school nurses. Before we let you go as we said earlier school district or trying to figure out what to do for the fall. Given your work, What do you hope School officials keep in mind as they consider their options. I hope the school officials know what's happening. In their districts in their communities that they would follow the science and with schools meeting inside a building, it's vital to make decisions that are based on current science. Related to the disease, so it's important for them to have the school nurse science based professional in their conversations. It was Donna Music. She's the executive director of the National Association of School Nurses. Dunham. Zeke. Thanks so much for talking to us today. Thank you, Michelle. Good to be with you. And finally today, the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics. They were originally scheduled to start yesterday. But due to the ongoing pandemic, the games won't take place now until July of 2021. We reached out to some would be Olympians to learn how they're coping with the postponement and how they're staying. Competition ready during quarantine. Here's what we learned back from one Teamusa member. My name is Eric Shoji. I'm a professional volleyball player and I would be participating in the men's volleyball tournament for the Olympic Games in Tokyo right now. This would have been my second Olympics. I was fortunate enough to win a bronze medal in 2016 with the volleyball team. It was a crazy, awesome emotional experience, like everyone has. But this time around, you know, looking forward to having a new experience with a new group of guys and hoping to bring gold back to Yusa next summer. When the Games were postponed earlier this year, it was almost a sense of relief. I think ah lot of athletes understood the situation in the world. And with the pandemic and everything that was going on, so we were just happy that it wasn't canceled and I think it came at the perfect time. I think everyone was nervous about it in general. So when they said that we're all like, okay? Take a deep breath, move on and prepare for next year. Shoji is from Hawaii, and he comes from a family of volleyball players there. His father, David, was the head coach at the University of Hawaii for more than four decades, and his brother Kavika also plays indoor volleyball for Teamusa. I think going through these difficult times and all the uncertainty, it's just great to have someone to listen to. That's going through the same experiences as I am and someone that Khun just relate and understand that you know uncertainty is going to happen, but you know if we stick it out, work hard. Hopefully everything will work out. The state is relatively open. So we've been able to get into a gym lifting and working out four times a week and getting into the gym three times a week because we're not in Japan competing right now we're just trying to stay fresh on DH stay on our game. And while missing out on the Olympics this year is disappointing. Spending quarantine in Hawaii has had its rewards for Shoji. Two. It's been really nice to just be home with family and friends and kind of explore the state I live in on the island I live on where I would just normally wouldn't have that opportunity. That's Eric Shoji. He is planning to be in Tokyo next year for the Olympics going for gold in men's volleyball for Teamusa. For Saturday. That's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Michelle Martin. You can follow us on Twitter at NPR ETI C or follow me at NPR M i C h e l we thank you for listening. We hope you'll stay safe and have a great night. Support for NPR comes from member stations and from the Ford Foundation,.

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"school nursing" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"school nursing" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And Britney are was in Pennsylvania debt free scream Tom Hey guys how are you hi for doing well how are you better than I deserve welcome how much of you guys paid off well we paid off a little over a hundred and six thousand good for you how long did that take it took three years and three months all right and what was your range of income during that time about a hundred thousand two hundred fifty thousand nice jump what do you guys do for a living I am an elementary school nurse and I'm a physical therapist okay what kind of that was the hundred and six I'll take most of the responsibility for this that we paid off a little bit of Britney's remaining school bad I had a car payment and the rest of it was my school that okay very cool how long you been married we've been married for ten years okay so what happened three years ago they got you on this journey I'll I'll do that one so we were having let's call it a discussion about our finances three years ago let's call it that yeah what it is and it got louder and louder and louder and eventually the discussion came to brands looking so completely and tired and frustrated and he said to me you spend way too much money and I threw my hands up and I said that's it I'm done I'm not going to be the reason for this I said where's that Dave's book and I read the total money makeover and it so he brought in all this debt but you spend too much money right yep that's how it was a good that was a good narrative I like that okay so you you are okay we're gonna do this and when you do when you say it wears a day book you're gonna get both of you on it or what well I I've been introduced to it by our brother and sister in law a couple years prior to this journey while we're on vacation I read the book I was totally on board but at the time not all hands are on deck so we kind of read it out for a few more years until that breaking point and that's when everybody got on deck okay all right very cool good good for you guys good so what was the R. was the biggest thing you learn when people say how do you get out of that was the biggest thing you learned of the two you start working together on you say everybody's got to this if you want to get out of debt so I think for us we we establish goals and boundaries we definitely had a budget but the goals are big for us that we incorporate our whole family into our process we broke it down and we had a chain link for every thousand dollars we paid off we took the chain off every ten thousand we told the kids you know when we get that ten thousand mark we'll do something fun so if we came up short every couple weeks on what we expected to pay we saw the disappointment in the children's face and I was like man we gotta do better next time so we really pushed for it naturally what campus down as a team you know we really used the kids that kind of motivated us and get through it now that you got to have a visual you gotta have a sense of traction induction yeah definitely yeah it's a big deal that's why the debt snowball works so well yeah Ken is a pretty impressive in their incomes go from a hundred to a hundred and fifty how do you do that that's my favorite question well for me I am a certified CPR instructor so I picked up extra CPR classes and then this past fall I was given the opportunity to help teach PA students clinical skills at one of our local universities and for myself surprisingly enough I never really thought I'd find myself in this position but just keeping their contacts I got invited to be an adjunct professor for one class at the university I graduated from help teach that class the following year they ask me back for two more additional classes and now gone away this year to hopefully have the opportunity to at least participate in those classes that's not more awesome love way to go guys your careers involved is what you're saying in both cases you just took the next step son had a reason to do it because you want to take some of train links off so that's the first way to do it right there well done you guys well done proud of you who were your biggest cheerleaders outside the two of you all probably my my sister my brother in law they they kind of kept us gallon and I definitely say just our family our parents and so I'm guessing you guys are working from home yes okay I'm not I'm working hard okay yeah I I work in Austria also your in house you're you're you're on the front lines with thank you for that right now we appreciate you and crazy times out there how's it feel in the middle of this craziness to have that to have that hundred and six thousand dollar weight off of it six so recently you know where we're actually almost three step three so we kind of found at this time of need and especially in our community across the country really a lot of people are in need right now so we found ourselves in a good position that we decided you know maybe it's a little bit early but we get back a little bit so we found ourselves over the last few weeks donating the local food pantries and things like that and it feels good to be able to give back but at the same time like at the end of the process we thought money left over to be able to you know put towards our savings to build up our emergency sign and I can give you a good feeling that you can be able to have the best of both worlds so absolutely having fun with that right now probably you guys very well done how does it feel be debt free good a book we we've done it on don't worry very fun you guys we have a copy Chris Hogan's book for you every day millionaires number one best seller and that is the next chapter new two story you guys are rock stars I'm so proud of you he wrote way to go guys absolutely incredible Brent and Britney in Pennsylvania one hundred and six thousand dollars paid off in three years and three months making one hundred to one fifty caliber zero debt free scream all right David can work and do this the way 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Oprah and Alicia Keys: The Interview

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

09:31 min | 1 year ago

Oprah and Alicia Keys: The Interview

"Hey Alicia keys. My sister my sister sister. I am like your sister but also old enough to be your mother so sister I was talking to a reporter yesterday and I was. I was talking about you and I said I feel like Maya. I feel that I am in many ways like you as Maya was to me because I have such admiration and respect for you and Just deep love for you and feeling that allows me to know how am I actually felt about me so I feel that way about U. S? How Start Right there? The healthy start but also said I am your mother sister friend. I feel like your mother sister friend. Yeah me too. That thing it's there's a beautiful embodiment of so many type of relationships that I think that we have and it's fair. You normally have those type of relationships with many people I find I don't so I really appreciate those different levels. Yeah yeah connection. Yea I've only felt that with one another with you able do rene who I feel like. Wow this mother's sister connection and it's so interesting because all the years that I had Maya as a mentor. Friend MOTHER SISTER FRIEND I. I couldn't really grasp it. You know I couldn't really grasp it so I get to grasp it through people like yourself and people like Abe so as an aching good to see you good to see good either that there'd be singing. I'm glad to be together with you. And in this moment I think have happy Sunday. Happy Sunday. Happy Super Soul Sunday at so. So how's your family doing? How are you all doing all clustered family as did you know? We're we're good. We're healthy and and we're feeling well. My youngest genesis is a homebody anyway. So it's only so much to get him out the house anyways he couldn't be happier and the older the older ones are definitely you know missing their friends and and asking what's coming on. How are they going to be going on? But I think that we're doing some good things that I like to try to have. Some type of routine has happened after them to look forward to it. But we're doing well and we are. We're keeping spirits high. What are you all doing? Are you playing games? And how many kids are in the house? I know Genesis and and and and Dr there but are the other big kids there to Denison Egypt Genesis Egypt Air in the house. So that's thirteen nine and I'm five. Wow Are you playing games? Are you getting out for little walks? What are you doing? I'm doing good walks and bike rides and come scooter. Rides and stuff like that in our in behind them and and we're doing monopoly omens the endless games of endless nights with monopoly. I'm getting beat real bad. I don't know why I can't seem to win. Monopoly is making me a little frustrated. But we're getting there. We're doing books reading every day. You know that for a certain amount of time working out doing sit ups. Even Genesis is trying to get a six pack pop in. Do you feel more connected or getting a little. Stir crazy me what. I'm what I'm finding that I don't feel like I have any time personally. I know that sounds so weird because we're all talking about how not doing as much as how we normally do in that kind of thing but I'm finding that obviously with the kids home and then with us all together. I don't have the space that maybe I was able to carve out of the space. That's a little bit. You know what of nowhere to show? I think this is especially hard on mothers. Moms shoutout to all the MOMS out there. Because I've said my whole career that it's the toughest and most important of all the jobs on the planet and now MOMS have to be. The teacher had to be the principal. The Cafeteria Lady there the gym teacher and school nurse all at the same time. I heard that Egypt said you were mean teachers at your box. You being mean to being means you. You have to do this particular thing you gotta do eat. So let's do it but you know that that balance between being strong enough to make sure that this thing on track and staying connected to what they needed to do. Because it's hard to self start to actually have to sell start yourself a complete a project without social element. It's really really hard so he did. I think he was just a little frustrated. I'm how but I mean yeah and you know so so well I believe a crisis comes to teach us something and this is a crisis for sure on every level your husband posted on instagram. That this is the best time to get your mind your body and your soul strong tune into to yourself and pull out the best ever. That's what I think Swiss posted. What is what. What have you learned about yourselves and each other during this time? I think we are seeing that. Were very good together. We do have a good flow together which I think could become quite difficult neck. You and you're kind of always together always in close quarters. Sometimes you can maybe all the things that you haven't quite worked through amount. I find that we're we're actually quite good together. We have a balance. There's something about the age of the kids that's added simply because at a certain time that was tricky to you. Know with an age difference sometimes is creates just right on so that's one thing. I'm happy for that. We have a good connection there I think that we're definitely feeling a lot. I think the gratitude for the little things from you and I was just saying you know. The planet needs a little break too and needs to regenerate and rejuvenate needs us. All the kind of you know do that as well. So we've been saying and I love this but that you you been saying this that encouraging people to keep their frequency high us. Yes he say hi. Yes because I think it's it's very disconcerting. Obviously it's it's troubling. It's scary. I'm sure about of US. Know people who are sick or ill or or having difficulties and you know you want your family to be safe and many of us are not with our families because we're in different locations and so you just feel very uncomfortable and you feel out of control and a lot of ways and I think the normality of our everyday life really helps with the schedules and things. It really actually helps keeps pounding. So you don't have that. I was even thinking how many people united sometimes you're not even getting dressed because you're like well I'll have to get dressed so I'm just gonNA show which feels good but then after a while you messes with your head. You know what is interesting? I was just thinking about this morning. Is that all the things that we use to show our status and create our value in the world. You know all the material things. All of that level don't mean nothing right now. Meaningless slippers slip. I'm doing to change pajamas honey. I'm doing good just a okay. I want to talk about the grammys. This year's grammys in particular. I was I I remember watching and literally. I promise you my mouth was open. I had to say. Close Your Mouth Oprah wow you I mean it makes my eyes water a little bit now just thinking about how beautifully you stepped into one of the hardest moments of our time and you took control and you mastered it and there was such strength and love and control coming from you on a stage in front of millions of people. I remember Texan you afterwards and I thought well nothing I can say to express what I know that took to do that and I was thinking as a person who's been a communicator. My entire life what would I have done would have been able to handle it as well as you. I don't think anybody anybody could have done a better job than you did with that. Grammy's thank you. Thank you so much it was. Did you do that? You will trade up you must apprai- just of Oh yes. A lot of a lot of meditation. I read hard and I wanted to make sure he honored it properly also acknowledged properly because it was out with ours ours it is warning it was that morning. People were still in shock. We were all still in shock. People were outside the staple center. Like I don't care about the grammys what I just lost my hero. Yeah in that building that he played in. I mean it was. Wow

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Some Maryland delegates say parents should know if their child is on certain forms of birth control

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Some Maryland delegates say parents should know if their child is on certain forms of birth control

"Maryland law says teenagers under eighteen can legally access birth control without their parents knowing but should not extend the forms of contraception that have to be implanted a group of Republican delegates say a minor should need parental permission before going on a type of birth control known as the intrauterine device or the implantable rod the bill sponsored by Washington County delegate meal parent would not apply to birth control pills or other non invasive forms of birth control and he tells the Frederick news post is open to making it even more narrow to get more support he says he came up with a bill after hearing about a sixteen year old who got the device surgically implanted by a school nurse without her parents knowing but it wasn't put in right resulting in more doctors visits when problems

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School district shuts down to combat rapidly spreading virus

Markley and Van Camp

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

School district shuts down to combat rapidly spreading virus

"Jim route all forty one schools in Mason County valley school district fifty one in Grand Junction just east of the Utah border are closed thanks to the rapidly spreading set of viruses one that brings fever and balls that bring vomiting schools nursing coordinator Tonya Armand says some of the infected have been sick for weeks the school district says the schools will remain closed while all campuses are disinfected and students and staff can heal they plan to re open after

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Kansas officials confirm death potentially linked to vaping

WBZ Midday News

02:27 min | 1 year ago

Kansas officials confirm death potentially linked to vaping

"Another death linked to vaping this one in Kansas and they're right now increased warnings as the CDC investigates more than four hundred and fifty cases nationwide that have been linked to vaping we get more from CBS's Jetix family Idaho in Hawaii reported their first illnesses Tuesday and the American lung association is out with a new warning do not use E. cigarettes I think the one associations giving very sensible advice. was professor of medicine at the university of California San Francisco says it's time for the food and drug administration to act so far they've they've stay rich fresh a lot of concern but they haven't yet issued a single regulations about E. cigarettes Massachusetts health officials are mandated the immediate reporting of any vaping related disease in this state the order for the next twelve months come from public health commissioner Monica but rattled who is saying that any suspected cases about explain the cigarette vaping associated pulmonary disease must be immediately reported to the PH the commissioner says we are beginning to hear from clinicians about what they are seeing in their practice as a result of the health alert the reporting requirement establishes the legal framework for health care providers to report cases and suspected cases in to get a better sense of the overall burden of the disease in Massachusetts the P. H. also says it will allow case counts to be provided for the CDC as they continue to try to understand the nationwide impact health professionals will now be able to administer medical marijuana to students in Washington DC schools his parents say she's glad students like or epileptic daughter we'll be able to get their medication in school that's good well we need to make it fifty state it should be I'm I mean I'm so happy that DC schools are able to do this but I think you should touch all fifty states because this is not an isolated incident public school nurses are now allowed to provide the tree to students the seat law makes it illegal for minors to qualify for medical marijuana treatment but the laws silent when it comes to being used in schools while the policy allows all patients in public schools to access medical marijuana private and charter schools can make their own policies independent of state law you could I make a reservation for the country's first we'd cafe lo farms they cannabis cafe opens in west Hollywood on September twenty fourth but the phone has been ringing off the hook for the first of its kind shop the joint offers farm to table dining and smoking options along with a so called marijuana simile a to guide you as you get stoned you can book your reservation at the cafe's website as correspondent Jason can but don't get to forty eight. on W. B. so

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"school nursing" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"school nursing" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"When I was a high school basketball player Salesian high school nurse shell as a senior, you got to pick the warm up music, and locomotive breath, was one of the three songs like picked press to warm up. Is that right? Yeah. What were the other two just killing KARN evil nine by Emerson lake and Palmer? Bringing home the bacon by Harum. Remember that? Today. Hey, Mike know what we know you're on your way to Toronto this afternoon. And you got the big game coming up and something just now that you don't do 'cause you're season, the vest ever a lot of guys. Do they? Toronto, Golden State twice during the regular season Toronto won both those games but that doesn't mean anything right now. Okay. Then why did you say it? Are you going to do that on Thursday? The same. Exactly. Well, I think it means a great deal. I think it's predictor of the series Tronto obviously, is much better. And they're gonna sweep them. Yeah. God in heaven. Nothing and you're right by saying, then why did you even say? This is actually they were launched. What are they, not the raptors in this whole not really? They had the second best record in the east. The second best record in the league. Okay. So they win fifty eight games and their best player. Choline Leonard didn't play in twenty two of those games because they wanted to rest him. He was coming off that that severe injury. The year before. So he only played sixty games during the regular season and they still want fifty eight so you think if he played even half of those they would have the best record in the league during the regular season. So now they're, they're legit. The, the problem with them was that they've had really good regular seasons before. But they've never been able to get over the hump in the mouths. And now with a player of quiet Leonard's, caliber, they do have that player just still. But what Bernie was right where they were a long shot was when they were down to nothing to Milwaukee in fact, Milwaukee was minus nine hundred and here we what? Talking about the Greek freak he may win the MVP this year him a heart and he's the best. And what we saw Mike really is he's wonderful ball player, but he was been exposed in this series, not an unknown outside shot. No real threat if he's under the basket he couldn't make a free throw at the biggest points of the game. So what we saw in this series was the elite ball player was really Kawai Leonard. Not, not no question. Any other thing too is, you know they were the biggest games that that had ever played in. Whereas Leonard has that championship experience. He was a final MVP before. And you know when you when you fall behind in a playoff series, it's very easy to overreact. Two one win or one loss. You know. So your team loses game one at home, like, oh my goodness series is over, then they win the next game by fifteen thinking what we're gonna win this series. The emotional swing during the plants something you always have to guard against you can't overreact two one win or one loss and part of that as a player and. Has a team is the experience of knowing that and not overreacting and not getting all down on yourself because you lost one game and they were trailing in each of their series. They were down to two one to Philadelphia as you mentioned. They were down to Milwaukee, but they didn't panic because they have their leading their leading score. Their best player has been through it before. That's a good point. But what ask you this coach Casey was the last couple of years. Mike on the excellent ghetto seasons. And they couldn't move on a Leonard is the difference. He's a player without experience. But how much do you give first year head coach Nick nurse first guy ever to coach the team for the NBA finals in his rookie season? He he's done a fantastic job. He was he's been coaching a long time. Ain't even was a head coach over in England for years. So it's not like he's never been a head coach, but for him on the biggest stage to get his chance and have his team in the finals, this extraordinary now I was critical of, of Toronto when they fired. Casey. Casey was an excellent coach. It's obviously worked out, but you do have to bring in the fact that they did acquire a player like Leonard who makes all the difference in the world. Dhamar Rosen who is the player the main player traded for Leonard was a good player. But he's not of, of quiet, Leonard's caliber. You know, I hope it doesn't make me un-american to root for a Canadian team. Forget politics just for something different. I mean the warriors all the time the wars Toronto does have home team advantage. I believe Mike. Yeah, it's the first time in this, this stretch of Golden State making to the finals that they don't have homecourt advantage, there a great road team. So that, that shouldn't affect them that much. But it's, it's, it's wonderful for the city of Toronto when they first started playing basketball in the late nineties, we'd go to the games to do Nick games there and the fans they were hockey fans. They didn't really have, you know, this crazy interest in the NBA, and they would sit there politely and when their team did something nice, but they weren't. Like, really into it. But over time the popularity of the NBA in that in that city has skyrocketed. It's now one of the best atmospheres fans are as loyal as any Lynn crazy guy that really changed that I gotta give believe it or not, New York doesn't wanna hear this gotta give some credit for Toronto basketball. But the guy that really changed. That was Vince Carter. He made them they beat the Nixon the playoffs that nearly two thousand he made those kinds crazy. Yeah. You needed star players. But what always would happen back in the day was that the star player would wanna leave. Yes, you know, Carter left Tracy McGrady left Chris Bosh, eventually left. Now you have a player like hard to Rosen who wanted to stay and wanted to bring a championship. So he gets traded for the sky Koi, Leonard, who they don't even know if he's going to be there next year because his free agent. That's why it was such a bold trade because you're you're sending your best player away to get a guy who might be a one year rattle his going to do it. The clippers. By the way, I'm sorry. Former mayor of fort is gonna miss this Drake is going to be there. Stop how the Ford would have been a lot of fun. But speaking of Kawhi Leonard, and the, the always the draft pick is a big deal next got a third round draft. Pick collided was fifteenth overall pick in the draft in twenty eleven and now he's in the finals is a stud antenna Kupa. He was the fifteenth pick it goes to show. You obviously you want to win the draft lottery wanna get the number one pick. But every draft is littered with with players who are picked really high and just wind up to be okay players, and then there are players who picked out of the lottery, who end up to be stars, and sometimes even hall of Famer so you know that's all about scouting. You're scouting department picks the right guy, you have a feel for who's going to be good. But it's it's a crapshoot. Let me say this Mike and I'm not blowing smoke because I know you and the coaching Mark Jackson make a boring game worth watching and listening to you guys. Talking about synergy. You guys offend tastic just one quick question on the way out the warriors play in Oakland. The oracle arena. Do you stay in Oakland? San Francisco come on. On seven fiscal San Francisco, which is one of.

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"school nursing" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"school nursing" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Leigh suggested he went over to national action network, tell sharpens place, and he lying Leigh suggested that Stacey Abrams of Georgia and Andrew gillum in Florida and Ben jealous in Virginia all lost because of institutional racism, not because they weren't good candidates or because they narrowly lost in close elections, but because of institutional racism, here's Bernie Sanders doing his pandering routine. Election. We saw great campaigns run for governor by stay Abrahams. Andrew gillum embed jealous. Great campaigns. They loss we have made some progress. But clearly all of us recognize that we have a long way to go to end, the institutional racism, which permeates almost every aspect of American society. So this is this is the pitch the pitcher is not going to be Joe Biden. So the middle of the country. It's going to be Bernie Sanders racial minorities, suggesting that people are losing not in free and fair elections, but because of institutional racism and cruelty. And then Sanders has institutional racism that is causing lack of black dentists, and nurses and doctors as well, basically, all inequities can be attributed all inequalities can be attributed to some sort of inequity. Here's Bernie Sanders doing that routine. Take on the disparity within the disparity, the racial disparities which exist in this country, which is also growing wider NY. So when we talk about the Sparty, we are talking about the need for more black doctors more black dentists, more black, nurses, more black psychologists, we are talking about guaranteeing healthcare to all Americans as right does. He think that does people are being barred from medical school and dental school nursing school. He's schools are doing their best. I mean, really above and beyond the call of duty to try and recruit potential wack students and black dentists in nurses and doctors who for residency programs. It's true for businesses all over the country. And yet this is the pitch. The pitch is going to be that you are a perennial victim in this society. And also, let's ignore those people in the middle of the country who may be feeling forgotten. It's an interesting pitch from the Democrats. And it's why Bernie Sanders is I. Think going to drink Joe Biden's milkshake in a second. We'll get to Bernie Sanders taking on Nancy Pelosi. That's kind of fascinating..

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"school nursing" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"school nursing" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Forty percent of schools employees full-time school, nurses, again for Carris. We're often on our cell phones. Talking to secretaries and school staff about issues and crises that are happening at the school. So we're kind of trying to triage over the telephone in Maine the burden is particularly heavy in rural and high poverty areas. Plus, there's a statewide nursing shortage that's projected to grow to three thousand nurses, by twenty twenty-five university of Maine nursing professor Kelly strout says some parts of the state with the worst health outcomes often have the fewest school, nurses, strout describes one tiny coastal school district near the Canadian border. We're a nurse covers seven school buildings and only visits each once a month. The issue is so clear that they're just resource disparity across the state, but. He's just how do you fix that? You know, how you level it out, especially when it comes to our health, Maxine Paret says in her district. It's to become a team effort to handle the added burden. Administrative assistant soften pick up the slack and distribute medicine. The school also trains everyone from custodians to bus drivers even some students on how to administer CPR and first aid. But that can all still leave gaps in care. That's organizations like the American Academy of pediatrics to advocate for full time, nurses, and every school building yet schools still have to compete with better paying institutions nationally, the average RN in a hospital made around seventy two thousand dollars in two thousand seventeen those in schools made about sixteen thousand dollars less superintendent, Mike hammer who runs a rural district in Maine says he sees few nursing applicants presently. We have a behavioral specialist that we're looking forward to confirm speech therapist. We are looking for nurse. We've gone through three or four nurses in the last three years that I've. I've been here some schools are now looking towards new models. They hope will help like sharing school nurse costs with local hospitals. But so far those efforts are mostly few and far between leaving schools to try and fill in the gaps in ponobscott county. Maine, I'm Robbie fiber for marketplace. The two thousand ten census put the population of new Plymouth, Idaho at one thousand five hundred and thirty eight so it's a small town an hour or so north west of Boise. And we're talking about it, basically because it's not New York or San Francisco or Los Angeles. It's not a place you hear about all the time is being great polices to start a new business. And yet new Plymouth is for a particular slice of the market in this digital age of retail Jesse Roberts. Founded her company is called cheeky in new Plymouth. It's apparel and accessories. Brands for rural women, and it is now a multi million dollar online enterprise her book about her life and her business in rural America is called back roads. Boss lady. Jessie, welcome to the program. Thank you. I'm excited to be here. When you started in new Plymouth, and you set up that boutique what were you sitting out to do? Well, I think there are a lot of people have these super inspirational wise stories, and what they're why is that the truth is is that I wanted..

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Suspect shot after 2 women stabbed in Vacaville house fire

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Suspect shot after 2 women stabbed in Vacaville house fire

"For any evidence. A man wanted for stabbing a teen and a woman who were found outside of a burning Vacaville home was killed in an officer involved shooting. Back of Bill police say thirty eight year old Nathaniel Holland was shot after an hours long manhunt through the city. A police canine was stabbed while trying to take Holland into custody at canine is expected to survive. No other officers were hurt. Well, the manhunt began around six forty pm after fire crews found two stabbing victims outside a house fire. Police say firefighters found the victims a sixteen year old girl and a forty three year old woman in the driveway. Then they found a four year old girl with burns to her face and chest, a twelve and fifteen year olds were also found that the home they are now in protective custody. Please believe that Holland lived in the home with the victims and they're investigating the relationship between them in. What's become an annual tradition covered? California is reporting a last minute rush of people signing up for health coverage already given one extension, but tonight's midnight deadline approaches. Spokesman James Kalari says the procrastinators are showing up in force yesterday. We had fifteen thousand people signed up in select a plan, so many people are signing up late the state's insurance exchanges giving people somewhat of a reprieve. You still have to start your application by midnight tonight. But after that, you'll have until midnight Friday to complete that application what we really want to make sure is that people get the message that they do need to sign a by today. And if they can't get it done by today than they've got through midnight on Friday to finish the process. It's estimated that once all the applications are complete nearly one point five million Californians will be insured through covered, California, George Sampson, NewsRadio KPFK, the ongoing battle between teachers in the Los Angeles. Unified school district may be getting a moderator. The Los Angeles County board of supervisors stepping in. Now, they're set to vote on a motion today to identify millions and funds that could be directed to the district to enhance healthcare for students. It also instructs the county's department of health services and public health to identify strategies to higher school, nurses, and other professionals if passed the county's department of mental health would need to find up to ten million dollars for that effort. Well, even with more women in the workforce, there are less likely to be the breadwinner in their family, Sacramento. There was one of ten major US cities with the highest rates of female, breadwinner. According to an analysis by magnify money. We have one of the highest rates of female breadwinners at thirty percent. So what gives Sacramento boost six hundred the top ten cities on our list our state capitals. And I don't think that's really coincidence because I think government jobs tend to follow sort of payback structures a little bit more closely. So there's probably a little bit less room for bias to come in. They tend to have better benefits, which can be very. Helpful to people who have families keenly McFadden with magnify money para fair number of women who owned businesses in Sacramento. I think it's about thirty four thirty five percent, which is which is pretty decent compared to the rest of the country. According to the analysis Sacramento also has a lower pay gap between genders with women earning just about fifteen percent less than men Dina Kodiak NewsRadio KF became the flag at San Francisco's Lowell high school is now lowered in honor of grad Carol Channing who passed away at the age of ninety seven this morning upon hearing of the legendary Broadway stars death, fellow lowlights held a moment of silence school staff. Say Channing who was a member of the class of nineteen thirty eight would often visit her alma mater and during her last trip to Lowell she performed a moving cappella rendition of before the parade passes by from Hello, Dolly students, say they'll always celebrate Shannon's life whenever they perform at the schools, Carol Channing theater. A rep for Channing says she died peacefully overnight one in four adults reach for their phone as. As soon as they wake up, the majority of those adults checking their phones within the first sixty seconds of waking Armagh, lentils the study by route metrics on that thirty one percent of millennials are checking right away compared to just nine percent of baby boomers, we see less and less of Email, text is social media. And that's about it. The rush that we broke down with watching videos gaming and listen to music podcasts, executive director of performance benchmarking. Kevin Hayes Lee says it's not an addiction. To you. And it allows you to fill you to connect to others and be comfortable in your space. Forty seven percent of people feel unsafe without cell service. The majority of those where millennials Casimiro hall, NewsRadio K, if if you're planning a summer vacation based on gorgeous pictures, you've seen on social media research it well because five of the most popular destinations are fighting back against what they call the Instagram affect so many people are booking holidays based on Instagram travel pictures, the governments are limiting tourism to preserve landmarks from selfie. Stick wielding visitors one site in Ireland scene in the movie Star Wars has limited visitors to just one hundred eighty a day after hosting seventeen thousand people in one day last year at much UP to the visitors must get a ticket to visit only five thousand or available each day and an area of Croatia. Visited by game of thrones fans now has limited their visitors as well. All right, five forty at NewsRadio cave.

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More blood pressure medication recalled after cancer-causing chemical found

Harmony with Food with Meg O'Rourke

05:48 min | 2 years ago

More blood pressure medication recalled after cancer-causing chemical found

"It does not involve the other versions of the drug sometimes sold under the brand name Hizar. If you take this drug lords sarin potassium look on the bottle for the lot number. The lot number is J B. Eight nine one two you can also check on the FDA website. So here's the sad thing about this guys. Some of you guys who were I would say. Let yourself go a little bit maybe ten twenty maybe one hundred pounds whatever it is. And you ended up needing a blood pressure medication. The issue is now you've just, you know, expose yourself to potential cancer causing agent, and the reality is it doesn't matter if your, you know, three hundred and fifty pounds, or you're just ten pounds overweight. There are plenty of science based evidence studies that show that if you lose that ten to fifteen pounds that you may not need that medication anymore. So I would say use your skills. Not the pills, the big pharmaceutical companies are laughing all the way to the Bank. And we're going to talk more about that today. We know we've talked before that the pharmaceutical and biotechnology sales revenue increase from five hundred and thirty four billion to seven hundred and seventy five billion between the years of two thousand six and two thousand fifteen according to a recent government. Report about two thirds of the drug companies saw their profit margins increase over the period by seventeen point one percent. And I think that's pretty sad. We've all heard about the epi pen. Right. And we know that there is a lot of controversy about it. And for those of you who do not know what that is. The epi pen is used for people that have specially children that have allergies that could be two knots. It could be to whatever, but they need to have these pans. Available and what was happening was they were being overpriced significantly, and it's really really sad because it's all based on greed. The decision came to an end of a wild few years for the epi pen the brand name of the abbey. Auto injector use for emergency treatment of life, threatening allergic reactions and its maker my lawn. The company acquired the drug in two thousand ten in some time later began quietly increase in its price by two thousand fifteen Mylan had increased the average wholesale price of the abbey pan from fifty six dollars and sixty three cents to three hundred and seventeen dollars and eighty two cents, and I was talking to a school nurse recently. And she told me that not only do the the families have to have one on them. The teacher has to have the pen on them. And then the nurse has to have the epi pen on them. And they have to only be prescribed for you know, you can't just have one has to be prescribed individually. So these poor families that have children with allergies are paying just off the top of my head nine hundred sixty dollars. And then these pens expires. So they have to do it again once the pan expires. So it's crazy. When the news at the price hike broke in two thousand sixteen the public outcry attracted the attention of the media and lawmakers ultimately leading to a congressional investigation and October of two thousand sixteen mile and agreed to a four hundred and sixty five million settlement. Karma with the Justice department on an issue related to the possibility of inadequate Medicaid rebates. A few months later Mylan responded to the critics by releasing its own authorized generic version of the epi pen half price. So on we may be thinking that it may be half priced. But maybe not according to this article on explained and dramatic price hikes have become the routine for older branded drugs when there is limited competition as was for the epi pen, the entry of Tebas generic version spark suggestions that the increased competition will drive down the prices, but I say, maybe not. So they're saying that the TV pharmaceutical industries, which is located and is rarely announced yesterday that it's generic version of the epi pen auto injector

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"school nursing" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"school nursing" Discussed on KQED Radio

"School nurse a minister an athletic trainer. Amanda, a friend and lots of heartbreak after the training session. Their stories. Come tumbling up. My friend, Jeff his his niece died of a heroin overdose. Since a friend of mine's godson died, and then my son die. He was twenty two. And he just couldn't didn't want to stop. And he'd already overdosed like five times this year. So he knew it was he's playing Russian roulette. And then my sister she had overdosed in October. She came back they they were able to bring her back with Narcan. And then last month she died of an overdose at work on break. The trainer. Jasmine Pierce has her own story. It's the one story everyone here wants to be able to tell the story with a happy ending. I was going to seven eleven one morning before work. And I noticed there was a man in his car. He looked like he was sleeping by. I started to get a low where because when I came back out. He looked blue to me. So I knocked on his window. He didn't respond. So thankfully, his door was open opened his door. I checked his paws. And I noticed that he was unconscious, and I didn't even think I just went ahead, and sprayed the Narcan and within thirty seconds. He came back. This is a power of the Lazarus truck across the country. Legislators have rushed to pass laws increasing access to naloxone. Some have urged every family in America to keep the drug close at hand. Public health officials have a short people that if they administer naloxone to someone who is not high on opioids it won't do anything with most drugs. You have to worry about misuse and unintended consequences. That wasn't true of naloxone. But then in early two thousand eighteen a study came out that suggested the lock zone might indeed have an unintended consequence. One so cruel that it called into question all the good. The drug was doing this finding set off an uproar with many experts rejecting its conclusions..

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"school nursing" Discussed on X96

X96

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"school nursing" Discussed on X96

"Is a little creepy is that is very typically the kind of behavior i expected to well it is it is so raven it really is so let's see here all colorado school nurses can give medical marijuana to students really out governor the governor has green lit a new law this week allowing school nurses to administer nonsmoke able medical marijuana to students whose parents have guaranteed them permission to do so governor hickenlooper said the reasoning and advocacy of parents whose kids are medical marijuana patients is very compelling and that led him to sign house bill twelve eighty six on tuesday in a letter about the law he pointed to hannah lavar oh and her son quinton who suffers from pre types of seizures and toronto syndrome so that's like can't go to the nurse's office for your insulin presumably you know your parents have put the medicine that you need with the school nurse and said you register if he needs it so you can do that with medical marijuana let's see so i hop has announced they're changing their name instead of ihop there taking the p and changing it to a b and they haven't said yet burgers stance or burgers they are going to introduce a line of hamburgers a whole new menu of hamburgers this over international burgers you don't know international house of burgers mike i hope i'll bet they changed their name for a few months somebody somebody has said that they're really trying to change the focus of the restaurant and they have been testing the hamburgers and he said i was one of the testers and i've been eating a bunch of these different now the leaked it anonymously on read it but it has gone for borscht but that can't be because only one country makes more can't be the international house abortion different themed borscht live from the international house of broadcasting this and by the.

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"school nursing" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"school nursing" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The years you've done a lot of this and i'm sure you probably get plenty of resumes for the socalled more glamorous jobs like a head football coach or head varsity basketball coach but how tough was it for you to find or a coach for the wrestling team well i think finding coaches to the modified teams oftentimes for the jv coach can be be very difficult because as you say if you if you're looking for a head football basketball baseball coach she'll probably have a goodly number of candidates from which the choose but what's interesting i think is that just to give you a little historical perspective when i started as an athletic director back in the early seventies i would say that nearly one hundred percent of the coaches came from the teaching ranks you know in in the school district and that was great because they have the ability if necessary to interact with the with the student athletes with teachers with with the school nurse during the course of a day whereas the outside coach comes in and they hitting the field or the gym you know at three o'clock then title nine came into fruition shortly thereafter and even then it wasn't that difficult to find coaches from the teaching ranks a lotta times the boys varsity soccer coach with coach the girls team lie like wise with voice swimming coach coach girls team because they were in different seasons tennis coach but as time went on and a lot of the veteran coaches retired there was a greater need you know to defined coach especially since the program came into fruition i mean your athletic program almost doubled overnight so the state then decided to set up a certification program for lehman who are interested in in in coaching in it involved a three three mandated courses mandated by the state i actually i talked one of those for about sixteen years but then coaches had to be certified cpr first aid had to be fingerprinted now they have to take courses in child abuse and violence prevention i mean those can be taken online but it becomes an incurs expense you know to to to a lot of those perspective coaches and some of them choose to coach a little league team or or travel team or a soccer team because they don't have to go through the certification process so it creates a of of coaches in a lot of those sports particularly at.

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