Episode 114 Angil Tarach-Ritchey RN, GCM

 

 

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In this episode, Jim speak speaks with Angil Tarach-Ritchey RN, GCM, author of “Behind the Old Face – Aging in America and the Coming Elder Boom” . CLICK HERE to learn more.

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Episode 112…Joanna Smith of Healthcare Liason

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In this episode, Jim speak speaks with Joanna Smith of Healthcare Liason. CLICK HERE to learn more about Joanna and the great work they do there.

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Episode 111…Maureen Shekleton of Coalition for Patients Rights

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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.

In this episode, Jim speak speaks with Maureen Shekleton of Coalition for Patients Rights. CLICK HERE to learn more about Maureen and the work they do.

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Authors Linda Leekley and Stacey Turnure on The Nurses Station Podcast

 

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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.

In this episode, Jim speak speaks with nurses Linda Leekley and Stacey Turnure, authors of The Real Healthcare Reform: How Embracing Civility Can Beat Back Burnout and Revive Your Healthcare Career.  Stacey and Linda’s book promotes a grassroots movement to combat the long history of incivility in healthcare workplaces and offers tips and strategies for anyone working in healthcare–both clinical and nonclinical employees.

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Episode 107…Dr. Georgiana Donadio

 

 

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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.

In this episode, Jim speak speaks with Dr. Georgiana Donadio, author of Changing Behavior. CLICK HERE to learn more about her.

Happy Holidays from Jim DeMaria and the Crew At The Nurses Station

On behalf of all of us here at The Nurses Station podcast, have a safe and happy holiday. We’ll be taking this week off, but join us next week for Episode 41.

We’d like to thank all our loyal listeners once again for making  The Nurses Station the #1 podcast for nurses. This show is for you. Let us know what you’d like to hear more of (and less of) in 2010. And join The Nurses Station on Facebook, where you can share your stories from the trenches with other nurses.

Thanks again,

Jim DeMaria, Host