The Nurses Station, Episode 36, Kim Hayes, RN, BSN, MSN

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In this episode, Jim speaks with Kim Hayes, RN, BSN, MSN.  Kim has over twenty years experience in the areas of Home Health, Case management, Disease management, Diabetes and Oncology. Nurse Hayes has a Bachelors in Nursing and a Masters in Health Care Management. Nurse Hayes is an advocate to many in the promotion of preventive health with a deep passion to teach anyone who needs it. CLICK HERE to visit Kim’s blog.

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The Nurses Station, Episode 5–Interview with Felicia Marie Tomasko of

The Nurses Station, Podcast Episode 5, Jim DeMaria interviews Felicia Marie Tomasko, RN, E-RYT of, who has been continuously studying and practicing the combined disciplines of Yoga and Ayurveda for more than fifteen years. In addition to practicing as a clinician and teacher in California with workshops across the country, Ms. Tomasko is the editor-in-chief of LA YOGA Ayurveda and Health magazine, whose mission involves education in how to incorporate these principles in everyday life. Additionally, she is on the editorial review board of Light on Ayurveda Journal. She serves on the board of directors of both the National Ayurvedic Medical Association and the California Association of Ayurvedic Medicine. Email your questions and comments to  CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE IN iTUNES. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN ON YOUR DESKTOP.

The Nurses Station, Episode 3–“Nurses as a Political Force”

Janis Breen is on assignment so Jim is joined by BullsEye Johnny of “In No Particular Order” podcast. How will the upcoming election effect the nursing industry? Are our jobs “recession proof”? Can we muster enough of us together to make a difference? Post your comments here or email us at