The Nurses Station, Episode 33, Kathrine Brown of Conscious Weight Loss

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Kathrine Brown, North America’s most innovative weight loss coach, is the developer of the process Conscious Weight Loss™: weight loss while life happens™ and the publisher of the ezine Wisdom Connoisseur™: your voice of clarity on weight loss™, which has subscribers in 10 countries. She is an expert on the topic of weight loss from a personal growth perspective.

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The Nurses Station, Episode 32, Dr. Janice Preston

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In this episode, host Jim DeMaria speaks with Dr. Janice Preston, Ph.D, RM, RN, and Chair of the Department of Nursing at Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences. She has been a faculty member at the College since 2004. Dr. Preston received her doctoral degree from the University of Virginia.

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The Nurses Station, Episode 31, Pat Bemis, RN CEN and President of the NNBA

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Episode 31–Host Jim DeMaria chats with Pat Bemis, RN CEN, and President of the National Nurses in Business Association (NNBA). Learn all about them at www.nnba.net.

The Nurses Station, Episode 30, Bart Windrum, Author of “Notes From The Waiting Room”

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In this episode, Host Jim DeMaria speaks with Bart Windrum, speaker, citizen-expert on end-of-life hospitalization, and author of Notes From the Waiting Room: Managing a Loved One’s End-of-Life-Hospitalization.

Bart Windrum, a lay person, acted as both Medical and Financial Power of Attorney during the demise of each of his parents in 2004 and 2005. Multiple disturbing and harmful experiences during those times prompted Bart to examine, research, and clarify the nature of hospitalized
dying in America from the patient-family experience and perspective. This perspective offers a unique contribution
to American families.

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The Nurses Station, Episode 29, Joanne Nobles of Fort Valley State University

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In this episode, host Jim DeMaria speaks with Joanne Nobles, Director of Health Services at Fort Valley State University in Georgia, about the health challenges faced by today’s college students and the people who care for them. Learn more about Joanne at www.fvsu.edu.