Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Hospice & Health Care

-- Quote of the Day --

"Life is fleeting.
But if you live your life in hope,
Hope that you can make a difference somehow
Then your life will last forever
And you will never be forgotten."

~ Samuel Adams

 -- Conscious Discussions Talk Radio Show --

 Today’s show will contain information that every single one of us will need at some point in our lives. We all must face it – death, illness… it happens to family members, friends, spouses – and ourselves. But so few of us are equipped emotionally or even have the knowledge to handle these situations. We hope to help you through this process with our very special guest – Damiano Iocovozzi – who has more than 20 years experience working at the bedside as a critical care, emergency registered nurse. He also has worked as a clinical nurse and a family nurse practitioner for many years. In 1990, he served on the California Nursing Associations’ board of biomedical ethics. * Join us for this fascinating discussion re: Hospice and Health Care by clicking on the hyper-linked show title here - or look to the sidebars on this blog for recently aired episodes. A list of archived Conscious Discussions Talk Radio broadcasts is available via our site: www.brummet.ca 

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1 comment:

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