Episode 94, Izzy Gesell, CSP

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Izzy Gesell, MS Ed, CSP is an “organizational alchemist.” As a keynote speaker, workshop leader, professional facilitator and presentation coach his skill is in transforming something commonplace into something special.

His humorously serious and seriously humorous programs help people thrive and prosper during these changing times as they become more confident, spontaneous and effective.

As Author of Playing Along: Group Learning Activities Borrowed from Improvisation Theater. Izzy was one of the first to bring the concepts of Improv Theater into the business world. He has also contributed to the International Association of Facilitator’s Handbook and Humor Me, a compilation by America’s most prominent humorists.

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Episode 93, Dr. Southwick

The Nurses Station…a Podcast for Nurses by Nurses.

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This episode of The Nurses Station is brought to you by Renal Care Registered Nursing Services. Providing acute dialysis and plasma exchange services to Metro New York-area hospitals for almost two decades. Visit them at http://www.RenalCareRNS.com.

Dr. Southwick’s fifth and forthcoming book, Critically Ill: A 5-Point Plan to Cure Healthcare Delivery, presents a clear and comprehensive blueprint for reversing the healthcare outcomes that result from preventable medical errors.  The book is a horrifying recollection of the near death of his wife, Mary, due to fragmented care, inefficient treatment and preventable medical errors. Dr. Southwick uses her story to advise healthcare providers on more effective patient safety and quality assurance through a team approach to patient care, effective leadership and tackling much needed changes in the medical culture.

Episode 92, Thomas Loker

The Nurses Station…a Podcast for Nurses by Nurses.

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Thomas recently wrote a book called, “The History and Evolution of health Care in America: The untold backstory of where we’ve been, where we are now and why health care needs more reform.”

He was very involved during the debate on the Affordable Care Act and has been
the Chief Operating Officer of a health care company serving the needs of
the underserved.