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One of the most important questions for an LNC is: “How do I start/build my practice?” Valerie Lane, who has been a LNC since 2007, describes the step-by-step process that has built her successful career. Her career path began with being a flight attendant. After careful research and consideration, she moved on to nursing. Following […]See the complete Podcast
The rehabilitation nurse has unique challenges in the clinical world. She or he, in addition to general medical considerations, must assess patients for mobility, ability to eat, and potential for skin deterioration. She interfaces with dieticians, physical and speech therapists, and other rehab personnel. Ana Ramirez, who is both a rehab nurse and an LNC, […]See the complete Podcast
An increasingly fragmented medical system has placed people with psychiatric issues in particular jeopardy. Both the clinical or psychiatric nurse and LNCs need to be keenly aware of cases that may involve misdiagnosis, delayed diagnosis, and nondiagnosis. Lynda Waggoner, a nurse practitioner with both medical and psychiatric experience, describes some of the key medical and […]See the complete Podcast
You have probably had the experience of being treated by a nurse practitioner (NP) in a general medical practice. Kenyetta Christmas, an acute care NP, takes you into the far more fast-paced world of the ICU, where NPs play a large and vital role. Her description of the complexity of patient issues, which often lead […]See the complete Podcast
As a patient, family member, or nurse, you may have visited an ICU. Now you have the opportunity to experience the drama of this environment as described by a nurse who works there. Amy McCutcheon, who is both an LNC and a critical care nurse, recounts some of the conditions and circumstances that make the […]See the complete Podcast
As the LNC profession matures, we are learning about increasingly varied ways in which we can practice our skills. Jaimee Gerrie, an LNC with 27 years of clinical experience, also works as a mediator in both medical and non-medical cases.Learn about The LNC as a mediator. She describes in detail the process of resolution through […]See the complete Podcast
Although EMRs software was designed for greater efficiency in documentation, the large number of different systems, many of which perform different functions, programs that don’t “talk” to each other, and the frequent mixing of hand-written and electronic records can make an LNC’s journey through the world medical records feel bewildering. Difficulty in deciphering electronic medical […]See the complete Podcast
Individuals and their families are increasingly seeking alternatives to nursing home and other institutional facilities. These growing numbers create stress in the field of home health care, a term that covers a wide range of different service, including acute and chronic care, skilled and non-skilled services, and a host of widely varying regulations. The complex […]See the complete Podcast
Addictive eating patterns, which may or may not lead to obesity, cause a range of health problems that may have long-term effects. Tobey Geise, a neuro-linguistic programming practitioner (NLP), master practitioner of hypnotherapy, and Reiki master, had a twenty-six-year struggle to release an addiction to bulimia. This struggle began when she was nine years old, […]See the complete Podcast
Opioids and their use are already at epidemic proportions in the U.S. Their use has also escalated during the pandemic. Fran Hoh, an advanced practice nurse specializing in palliative care, shares her deep and comprehensive experience with opioid use in both home care and clinical settings, recent legislation, and the importance of listening to the […]See the complete Podcast
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