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Margaret A.Romero NP-C is a Columbia-trained integrative functional medicine nurse practitioner. She loves to empower women in health, relationships, and in life. Women's Wednesdays are dedicated to integrative approaches in women's health and Wisdom for the Weekends are tiny doses of inspiration offered every other Friday.
 
How much Business Education did you get in your Degree Program? Struggling to make it to the next level? Just starting or trying to expand your business? Build your "Perfect Practice" in a fraction of the time. I didn't start to find success until I started listening to business shows like Entrepreneur on Fire and the SoloHour. I cried the first time I realized there were others going through the same struggles. This show exists because I wanted to hear from people in similar industries that ...
 
Supercharge your learning and enhance your practice with this Internal Medicine Podcast featuring board certified Internists as they interview national and international experts to bring you clinical pearls and practice changing knowledge. Doctors Matthew Watto, Stuart Brigham, Paul Williams and friends deliver some knowledge food for your brain hole. No boring lectures here, just high value content and a healthy dose of humor. Fantastic podcast for Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Primar ...
 
Tobi Talks offers engaging dialogues for nurses and aspiring nurses who are looking for advice, in-depth nursing career reviews and encouragement on being a bold millennial in the vast changing world of health care.
 
Dr. Raymond Zakhari, a triple board-certified nurse practitioner, in private practice in New York City. Metro Medical Direct was founded in 2009, offering primary medical care and psychiatric house calls along with telehealth services. www.MetroMedicalDirect.com Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/raymond-zakhari/support
 
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Today's Nutrition
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Deb Ford discusses today's current health and nutrition topics
 
Scientific principles, theory, and the role of key figures in the advancement of science.
 
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FreshNP's podcast
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The learning curve to becoming a nurse practitioner is steep. This podcast is hosted by Sean Dent, MSN ACNP-BC CCRN and Kati Kleber, BSN RN CCRN and features expert content from FreshNP.com. Fresh NP is a hub of resources for prospective, current and new nurse practitioners to support and facilitate their transition from student to new clinician. Our goal is to bridge the knowledge gap about all things related to becoming a new NP. From which program to choose, to working with physicians, to ...
 
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Nurse Talk
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Podcast by Nurse Talk
 
Many nurse practitioners are very busy and are unable to readily read the wonderful articles in the various Journals. GUMBO Ed has created this podcast to help. We will discuss the articles that are in the Journal for Nurse Practitioners and possibly other journals that offer the required CEUs. After listening to the Podcast, the Nurse Practitioner will be able to review the article as needed and take the test to earn their CEUs.
 
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Lucrative Lessons
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The trials and tribulations of starting a new business. Entrepreneurship is a hard road but its worth it in the end. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/lucrativelessons/support
 
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Phil Schafer Show
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Welcome to the Phil Schafer Show, where we talk about flight nursing, critical care, emergency care, np school and entrepreneurial endeavors!
 
Health tech chat
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 22 recordings of The Mystery by Paul Laurence Dunbar. This was the Weekly Poetry project for August 12, 2012,Paul Laurence Dunbar was an African-American poet, novelist, and playwright of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Much of his popular work in his lifetime used a Negro dialect, which helped him become one of the first nationally-accepted African-American writers. Much of his writing, however, does not use dialect; these more traditional poems have be ...
 
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To coin the phrase “it takes a village” is no understatement. Nurses and Medicare for All supporters are mobilized and fired up. National Nurses United Community Organizer Carolyn Bowden joins us to talk about the unique strategies being employed by NNU and supporting organizations. Don't miss this chance to be a part of the Medicare for All na ...…
 
Jill Stanton is the co-founder of Screw the Nine to Five podcast. I began listening to this podcast and love it! I wanted to have Jill on to show you the main steps to creating a dream online business that's right for you. These keys steps are a must for new or soon to be entrepreneurs! Your dream life and business is waiting for you. Show note ...…
 
Some precocious policy wonks take a deep dive into the evolving trends and future directions for our primary care workforce. Experts, Dr. Fatima Syed and Dr. Deep Shah return to school us on Physician Supply and Demand, the Access Gap, role of NPs and PAs, Retail Clinics, and Managed Care Clinics. ACP members can visit https://acponline.org/cur ...…
 
Laugh, learn and listen to Nurse Talk Radio on Progressive Voices Tune In. You can download the PV APP @www.progressivevoices.com. This week on the show, States of Grace, from Doctor to Patient and Back Again…San Francisco Internist Dr. Grace Dammann is with us. And, to coin the phrase “it takes a village” is no understatement. Nurses and Medic ...…
 
Have you ever wanted to get into the Technology scene but don't know where to start as a nurse? On this episode of TobiTalks, Tanya Sam shares her journey of going from bedside RN to starting her own business in tech. Creating pathways to bring more women and minorities into business and technology and giving tips to her nurse crew!…
 
Inpatient hypertension is tricky. What’s the best way to answer those overnight nursing phone calls for elevated blood pressures? What’s the role of treating hypertensive urgency in the hospital? Plus, Our nephrology experts put a new issue on the generalist’s radar: are ACE-inhibitors dangerous to give (or hold) during an operation? This NephM ...…
 
Why does the United States rank so low when we have the latest technology, therapies, and spend more money per capita on health? It is tragic and embarrassing! Learn what each of us can do to improve our rating.
 
As I'm in the final edits of my upcoming manual on Lupus, I realized that at the height of my illness, many years ago, I found myself working over 70 hours per week with little fun or enjoyment in my life. There is quote by Brené Brown that tells us exactly what our body needs and what stress really does to the body; I talk about that and more ...…
 
Abuse in teen dating relationships can and does occur, but because it is so unexpected it often goes missed by parents. There 5 common types of abuse that can occur. They are physical, sexual, emotional, psychological (mental), and financial. Abusers can be either male or female as can their victims. Parents should remain vigilant in the dating ...…
 
The battle over the superiority of resuscitation fluids is coming to a boil. Enter the Fluid Wars. Are Lactated Ringers superior to normal saline? Will LR increase a patient’s lactate? What about albumin? The Curbsiders quench the thirst for knowledge by turning to masters Dr. Pascale Khairallah (@Khairallah_P), Dr. Charlie Wray (@WrayCharles) ...…
 
The Green New Deal (GND) is a set of proposed economic stimulus programs in the United States that aim to address climate change and economic inequality. ... The Green New Deal combines Roosevelt's economic approach with modern ideas such as renewable energy and resource efficiency. At least according to Wikipedia that is.…
 
Dr. Grace Dammann’s life was forever altered when a driver crashed head-on into her car on the Golden Gate Bridge. After a seven-week coma and numerous surgeries, Grace miraculously regained consciousness, with her cognitive abilities almost entirely intact, but her body left shattered and severely disabled. In 2015 her friends Mark and Helen C ...…
 
Cirrhosis TIPS for the decompensated cirrhotic & acute on chronic liver failure from expert hepatologist and keto-practitioner Scott Matherly MD, @liverprof and chief hepatologist at @KashlakHospital. We walk through acute management of variceal bleeds, when to suspect SBP in decompensated cirrhosis (all the time, it turns out), how much fluid ...…
 
Laugh, learn and listen to Nurse Talk Radio on Progressive Voices Tune In. You can download the PV APP @www.progressivevoices.com. This week on the show, after decades of fighting, nurses join thousands to gather in the nation’s capital for Representative Pramila Jayapal’s launch of the New Medicare for All bill, a bill that has strong support ...…
 
Have you ever wanted to do surgery but skip the whole med school thing? On this episode of TobiTalks, Cary Deuber shares her journey from an OR nurse to a Certified Registered Nurse First Assist. From running a medical practice to giving us a view of her reality on TV, this nurse is redefining the word BOSS!…
 
Listen to our first ever discussion with @kidney_boy, Joel Topf MD. It’s a classic episode with a fresh intro as we prepare for @NephMadness 2019 with our friends from Twitter and @AJKDonline Dominate leg cramps, diuretic therapy, and resistant hypertension with tips from @kidney_boy, Joel Topf MD @kidney_boy, Chief of Nephrology Kashlak Memori ...…
 
Kidney Infection (Pyelonephritis) by the Cleveland Clinic Retrieved from https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/15456-kidney-infection-pyelonephritis Kidney infection (pyelonephritis) is a bacterial infection. The disease occurs in roughly 3 to 7 of every 10,000 people in the United States. It is readily treatable if diagnosed early. A ...…
 
Demystify chronic wound care management with high yield pearls from wound care expert Dr. Elizabeth (Foy) White-Chu. She takes us through a simple yet thorough approach to manage complex chronic wounds. We discuss everything from selecting a dressing, to pain management, and what kind of water should you really use when cleansing a wound. Answe ...…
 
Listen as Dr. Deb talks about the latest in hemp, neurological, anti-aging, direct to consumer lab testing, environmental toxins and hormone disorder. A wealth of vital information to help you with health, vitality and longevity.
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss how members of the same species send each other invisible chemical signals to influence the way they behave. Pheromones are used by species across the animal kingdom in a variety of ways, such as laying trails to be followed, to raise the alarm, to scatter from predators, to signal dominance and to enhance attrac ...…
 
Listen to this week’s Mini Podcast with RN and California Nurses Association board member Sandy Redding. Nurses national campaign for Medicare for All is off to a great start with thousands attending barnstorm meetings.
 
Nurses across the country are off to a great start with a grassroots movement to demand Medicare for All. Thousands of people interested in supporting the movement attended over 150 barnstorms from Maine to California where they shared their healthcare stories and learned about the new Medicare for All Act that will be introduced in Congress by ...…
 
Dive deep into the psychopharmacology of depression with Dr Patrick Finley, PharmD at UCSF. Learn practical tips including how to switch from one antidepressant to another, what to expect with SSRI and SNRI withdrawal, and how to choose a second (or third) antidepressant for refractory depression. We also summarize the safety around antidepress ...…
 
Listen to see if you need to think about adding ‘activated’ B12 to your daily supplement regime. Certain medications, genetic traits, dietary insufficiencies, or an autoimmune condition can make you at risk for this important nutrient.
 
My girl Jenn Burton is on the podcast this week! If you had any reservations about online dating, Jenn is here to drop some truth. We jam on: Best dating apps Tips on writing a profile How to meet men offline? Valentine’s Day and being single Mantourage dating Show notes: http://margaretromero.com/episode107…
 
Laugh, learn and listen to Nurse Talk Radio on Progressive Voices Tune In. You can download the PV APP @www.progressivevoices.com. This week on the show, author and President of Social Security Works, Nancy Altman is on a mission to debunk the manufactured myths about Social Security and she uses Facts to do it! And as nurses and other influent ...…
 
Laugh, learn, and listen to Nurse Talk Radio on Progressive Voices Tune In. You can download the PV APP @www.progressivevoices.com. This week on the show.... writer, filmmaker, and social activist Jennifer Nix share's how she saved 90% on her medications while on vacation in Spain... and Director of Nurse Practice Safety Gerard Brogan talks abo ...…
 
Join us at the forefront as we talk genetic testing in primary care with Dr Dallas Read, esteemed gynecologist and **the only** medical geneticist at Tufts Medical Center. Topics include: what internists should be comfortable testing for in the office, how and when to refer for screening, what tests to order, how to interpret test results, how ...…
 
In the era of so called Fake News, it's critical to know and research our news sources. That’s why Tarbell is expanding its excellent coverage. Tarbell is supported by readers and not influenced by politics or corporate donations.With us for this podcast is Tarbell Investigative Journalist Donna Shaw. Donna recently wrote about dangerous drug s ...…
 
Laugh, learn and listen to Nurse Talk Radio on Progressive Voices Tune In. You can download the PV APP @www.progressivevoices.com. This week on the show.... Tarbell Investigative Reporter Donna Shaw reports DANGEROUS DRUG SHORTAGES THREATEN PATIENTS IN ERS, CANCER CLINICS AND AMBULANCES. DANGER IN DISGUISE…why nurse licensure compact seems like ...…
 
Ask yourself, who do you trust to make decisions about who should be allowed to practice nursing in your state? Do you trust your state’s nursing board, or would you trust an organization with little oversight and a comfy relationship with corporate sponsors such as big pharma? That question is central to our discussion today. RN and Nurse Prac ...…
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the remarkable achievement of Aristotle (384-322BC) in the realm of biological investigation, for which he has been called the originator of the scientific study of life. Known mainly as a philosopher and the tutor for Alexander the Great, who reportedly sent him animal specimens from his conquests, Aristotle exa ...…
 
On this episode of TobiTalks, Dr. Scharmaine Lawson, the author of the Nurse Nola children's books and creator of the only housecall course in the nation that trains nurse practitioners on how to start a housecall practice, shares her journey from bedside nursing to becoming a nationally recognized nurse practitioner.…
 
With us today is Mark Dudzic, National Coordinator of the Labor Campaign for Single Payer. The primary purpose of his organization is to increase and coordinate grassroots labor support for a Single-Payer Medicare-for-All healthcare system in America. Mark, like many of us believes health care is a fundamental human need and that the labor move ...…
 
Cognitive distortions are the biased perspectives we take on ourselves and the world around us. They are irrational thoughts and beliefs that we have unknowingly reinforced over time. The first step to behaving rationally is to be aware of our biases and work to achieve a balanced perspective. I am going to talk about 2 cognitive distortions on ...…
 
Learn expert tips for the diagnosis and management of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) from Dr. Adam Ehrlich, Assistant Professor of Medicine and co-director of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Program at Temple University Hospital. In this episode, we learn about the initial work-up, general principles of management, and important primary care c ...…
 
When to say no...and when to negotiate! Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/lucrativelessons/support
 
This week’s interview is with returning guest Mark Groves, relationship coach extraordinaire! He dishes out the wisdom on attachment styles. We begin by talking about why we settle for scraps in relationships and dating. Then we jam on: What are attachment styles, exactly Are you anxious, avoidant or secure? Can you change your style? What to d ...…
 
Master the management of hyperkalemia with tools, tips and tactics from @kidney_boy, Joel Topf MD, Chief of Nephrology @KashlakHospital. We cover: common causes of hyperkalemia; the U-shaped curve of potassium levels and mortality; albuterol nebs; how to safely use insulin; potassium binding resins and colonic necrosis; Does it make sense to gi ...…
 
Today I am going to continue going through cognitive distortions. Like defense mechanisms, a cognitive distortion is a habit of mind that we rapidly deploy to convince ourselves how right we are in our understanding of the circumstances around us, for the purpose of reducing our perception of distress. For more on defense mechanisms download an ...…
 
As the momentum of resolution season is upon us, this episode is a gentle reminder to continue dreaming big, this year has the energy to get those dreams to become a reality.
 
We talk about how to stay true to your goals and hold yourself accountable with other people and situations. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/lucrativelessons/support
 
The Truth about Social Security: The Founders' Words Refute Revisionist History, Zombie Lies, and Common Misunderstandings. That's quite a title and author and President of Social Security Works, Nancy Altman means every word of it. In the book she uses the founder's own words to debunk myths and reveal the truth about the most popular and succ ...…
 
This week Healthcare In America Senior Correspondent Donna Smith introduces medicare4all.org. The site is sponsored by National Nurses United and Our Revolution and is a great resource for people across the country to get involved in the grass roots campaign. Astronomical health care costs and lack of access continue to drive individuals, famil ...…
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the ideas and life of one of the greatest mathematicians of the 20th century, Emmy Noether. Noether’s Theorem is regarded as one of the most important mathematical theorems, influencing the evolution of modern physics. Born in 1882 in Bavaria, Noether studied mathematics at a time when women were generally denied ...…
 
Nurse Talk Mini Podcast As Heard During The Thom Hartmann Program by Nurse Talk
 
Stuck on sickle cell disease? We hammer out the basics of diagnosis, common sickle cell variants and their manifestations, preventive medicine, acute and chronic pain management, opioid use, and how to recognize and treat common complications like anemia, fever and acute chest syndrome. Sickle cell expert, Sophie Lanzkron MD, Associate Professo ...…
 
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