Category Archives: Patient Advocacy

Don’t miss this live-stream event @ Guillian-Barre Syndrome: “Getting Better Slowly”-Feb 26th, 2017

By Adam Pownall At the age of 26, in the space of three weeks, I went from being a fit and healthy dancer and performer to a paralyzed man unable to blink unaided. Getting Better Slowly is the story a … Continue reading

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The Link Between Sexual Abuse and Addiction: How to End the Cycle

by Jane Moore Anyone can be a victim of sexual abuse, though a larger percentage have proven to be women or girls.  The American Psychological Association defines sexual abuse as “unwanted sexual activity, with perpetrators using force, making threats, or … Continue reading

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Leveraging Trust & Knowledge of Nurses! How to submit letters to the editor (LTE)!

by Peggy Ann Berry, PhD, RN We are healthcare providers and so much of our profession, practice, and reimbursements intertwine with the laws and politics of this country. In addition, patient safety and health revolve around safe staffing and expanded … Continue reading

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