A Nurse-Eye View of CBD

November 9, 2020

Marijuana for medical use has faced more than 80 years of ridicule, unscientific, unregulated, mishandling of the drug, and decades of misinformation, myths, and unethical management. Boomers have advocated for the legalization of the drug since the ’50s and ’60s, but it has only been since California, Colorado and a handful of other states did legalized medical marijuana that it is being taken seriously to help with a wide variety of chronic and intractable health issues. My guests, Patty Gilk, RN and founder of Jes Naturals CBD Wellness and Jeri Schultz, MSN, RN, and founder of Tulip Tree & Dose Medical Cannabis Nurse Consulting, are joining us today to share their professional knowledge of CBD, dispel myths, and reinforce the efficacy of CBD in medical use. They will address Cannabis - Hemp vs Marijuana -Terpenes, Flavonoids, Entourage Effect and SO much more!

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Nurse Turnover: How Do We Stop the Flow?

November 2, 2020

Kristin Baird, from the Baird Group Consulting, will join me for this important discussion on how we retain new, seasoned, and returning nurses. Kristin is a nationally recognized thought leader in the patient experience, healthcare culture change, leadership development, and employee engagement. A BSN and former hospital executive, she is now a full-time consultant, author, and speaker. As the founder of Baird Group, she and her team help transform culture and shape the healthcare experience through a culture assessment, medical mystery shopping, leadership development, employee engagement, and customer service skill development. Baird's Model helps transform culture, resulting in improved HCAHPS and CG-CAHPS. She has authored five books and over 200 articles on healthcare leadership, culture, and patient experience. In 2009, she was appointed by the Secretary of Health to serve as an advisor for the National Health Service Corps. She received the Wisconsin Public Relations and Marketing Society Award of Professional Excellence in 2009.

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