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  • 00:31

    Part 1: Close Up Radio Spotlights Anesthesiologist Dr. John Lundell

    in Medicine

    Garland, TX – Dr. John Lundell is an anesthesiologist and expert witness.
    “Explaining to patients what I plan to do and why is great practice for writing a report that is easy for a judge or a jury to understand,” says Dr. Lundell. “Even though attorneys and judges have lots of knowledge, it’s not medical- or anesthesia-related knowledge. It’s a lot like teaching—explain medical terms in words the audience can understand. Pictures and charts help, but I like analogies. If people can relate a complex medical concept to something they know already, it is easier to understand.”
    “You have such a good bedside manner—why waste it in anesthesia where your patients are all asleep?”
    Dr. Lundell has been answering that question since 1994 when he first began training to be an anesthesiologist.
    “As an anesthesiologist I give patients medication to induce sleep,” explains Dr. Lundell, “but I also place breathing tubes, arterial catheters, central venous catheters and nerve blocks. I manage consciousness, patient safety and positioning, blood pressure, heart rate, respirations, urine output, blood loss and transfusions under changing surgical conditions. I transport critical patients between the OR and the ICU, manage critically ill patients for emergency surgery and run intraoperative codes. Complications can happen during any of these activities.”
    The question, says Dr Lundell, is always: “Did the anesthesiology team meet the standard of care?
    “I know being an expert witness has made me a better anesthesiologist,” says Dr. Lundell.
    For more information, visit

  • 02:02


    in Social Sciences

    We are starting a 24 hour podcast, with other Pro Blacc Platforms, marathon paying homage to our ancestor Malcolm X. We will be discussing his birth , childhood, youth, incarceration, and his Public Image and legacy in regards to our struggle. We will also discuss the current times affecting us as a people in education, labor, current events, legal issues, politics, and economics. We will be Producing the episodes as time allows. Please inbox our FACEBOOK PAGE "Shabaka's Black Experience Enhanced" for the schedule during the 24 hour period of May 19,2022 to May 20,2022. Our FACEBOOK LIKE will have the information of the succeeding episodes and platforms.

  • 01:20

    Dr. Robert Fraser and TBI Rehabilitation on Recovery Now with Kim Justus

    in Medicine

    Robert Fraser, Ph.D is a professor in the University of Washington's Dept of Rehabilitation Medicine, jointly with the Departments of Neuro Surgery, Neurology, and consultant to the Social Security Admin. Dr. Fraser is a certified rehab counselor & life care planner. He directs Neurological Vocational Services within Rehab Medicine, specializing in brain injury, epilepsy and MS. He has co-authored numerous articles and four text books to include TBI Rehabilitation.
    This show is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. I introduce topics, and survivor's share their experience, strength and hope. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery.
    More will be revealed! Tune in, stop in and call in. This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we find the new "me."
    We focus on the four A's of Recovery...Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers.  :)
    Some nights we will have a featured guest, and others we will introduce a topic of recovery, encouraging callers to join us in the discussion.
    Host is Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at

  • 00:04

    WWRWSM Speaks with the President of AANP, April Kapu

    in Medicine

    Since the pandemic, nurses, and medical professionals have experienced a burnt-out in their professionals. April Kapu who spearheads the American Association of Practitioners sends encouragement, empowerment, and impact to nurses and medical professionals around the globe for "Nurses Week."Dr. April Kapu is an acute care nurse practitioner and was recently appointed as Associate Dean for Clinical and Community Partnerships, Vanderbilt University School of Nursing. Prior to her role as dean, she served as an associate chief nursing officer for advanced practice nursing, at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. There she led as a nursing executive for the health system, leading a nationally recognized advanced practice program, establishing innovative, high quality, and value-driven advanced practice healthcare services. Dr. Kapu is a Professor of Nursing and educator in Vanderbilt's DNP program. She has led several grant-funded research projects, has presented often for national and international conferences, has authored chapters in advanced practice nursing textbooks, and has published manuscripts in numerous peer-reviewed medical and nursing journals.  She holds several professional roles including Fellow for the Society of Critical Care Medicine, Fellow for the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, and Fellow for the American Academy of Nursing. Prior to being elected as president of AANP, Dr. Kapu served as Tennessee State Representative and later as Region 4 Director for the AANP Board of Directors. She is an active member of the Tennessee Nurses Association, served as past chair for the TN Government Affairs Committee and TN APRN Committee, and represented TN NPs on the TN Governor's special commission focused on pain and addiction treatment education. 

  • 01:10

    The Rock & Roll Shrink Radio Show Ep. 129 Who Are You? How We Form Self-Identity

    in Psychology

    Ep. 129: Who Are You - How We Form Self-Identity
    Tonight’s topic deals with our self-Identity, how it is formed, and why this matters.
    People often do not equally embrace all the labels that could apply to themselves, either.
    Tonight, we will talk about the process of how we form a sense of our self-identity, and how these choices and labels affect many aspects of our lives.
    Tonight, we will discuss:
    What Is Self-Identity? Why Do We Care? How Do We Get Our Sense of Self-Identity? Why Do We Choose the Aspects We Do? Diagnoses and Problems with Self-Identity Conclusions, Closing Remarks, & Final Suggestions We'll start off the evening with some topic-relevant Classic Rock played by Dr. Mathis, followed by Classic Rock trivia in "The Rock & Roll Shrink Recalls," followed by our topic discussion.
    Please follow our bi-weekly, Wednesday evening shows, at 11 pm ET. We will have a new topic for you in two weeks!

  • 00:36

    Dr. Angela Owens walks us through the passion and challenges of nursing in 2022

    in Medicine

    Dr. Angela Owens has over 25 years of leadership experience. She holds a doctorate in healthcare systems leadership. She started her professional career as a cardiac critical care nurse where she served patients and families for over 10 years. She transitioned into nursing education and into leadership within the setting of academia where she could serve students and empower them to become their best. Dr. Owens is certified as an executive coach through the Center for Executive Coaching and through the International Coach Federation. She also holds certifications in Genos Emotional Intelligence, EQ-i 2.0, EQ 360, and Women in Leadership. She is an MBTI practitioner as well as a Conversational Intelligence Coach. She uses a holistic approach to coaching with her clients. Email: Website: Calendar:

  • 00:15


    in Medicine

    WaHN ThEE LiSTeNiNG ThiS Is ThEE BEGiNiNG...
    Nah~WO LiGHT EyEAMHoME??

  • 01:03

    Host John Farrell speaks with Michael Murray.

    in Energy

    Date: 5/11/2022 ................... Episode: 252
    Hosted By: Ronald Bethea
    Host: 11:00 -11:04 am est. Opening and Introduction
    Host: 11:05 – 11:31 am est. Host John Farrell speaks with Michael Murray. Murray is president of the Mission Data Coalition.
    Host: 11: 21 am – 11: 31 am est.:
    Host:  11:32- 11:35 AM EST.: Commercial
    Host: 11: 36 – 11:746 AM EST Host John Farrell speaks with Michael Murray. Murray is president of the Mission Data Coalition.
    Host: 11: 47- 11: 57 am est.: Reading of High Lights from News and Events
    Host: 1158 – 12: 00 pm est.: Closing Remakes

  • 00:41

    Subconscious Attraction

    in Psychology

    Women don't always date or marry men like their father figures. 

  • 00:38

    Way Back Wednesday "Cultivating a Deeper Relationship with Christ"

    in Psychology

    Hello everyone welcome to Reaching Out Radio International, we are a team working together in love and unity in one mind one accord as the body of Christ sharing the Gospel into the world. 
    Tonight on Way Back Wednesday we will be sharing  host Susan Brozek, program The Way of Healing, Topic: “Cultivating a Deeper Relationship with Christ” 
    Description: The most important relationship we will ever have is with God. We need to make spending time with him a priority in our lives. Do you feel that you are at a point where you want a closer walk with the Lord, but aren’t sure how to go about it? This broadcast will present some key points for developing a deeper relationship with God. It is the actual time we spend in His presence, quieted before Him, that helps us know Him best and helps us grow the most.
    We thank you for listening for your continued prayers and support as we share the Gospel into the world. God Bless You!

  • 00:45

    The Trauma Turning Points that Lead You to the Next Level w/ Guest Lou Hamilton

    in Psychology

    Lou Hamilton made such an impression with her charming way of weaving her story during her appearance on the Women Entrepreneurs Extraordinaire Podcast, we had to have her here on Brain Lady Speaks!
    Experiencing, suffering, surviving, trauma in one's life, especially at a young age, can have life altering effects. But how do we move past the trauma and use it to propel us into higher levels in our lives? Our "Brain Lady" helps to explain just how our brains react to trauma and how we can use our neurological gifts to overcome.
    Listen in or jump over to our YouTube channel (link below) to watch the video podcast.
    Connect with Lou...
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    Want to know your Brain/Personality Connection? The assessment is here! Go to to find YOUR unique brain gifts.
    For more information on becoming a Certified Brain Personality Connection Specialist email Julie at or visit
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