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I have been a WOC nurse since 1980 and Director of the Emory University WOC Nursing Education Center since 1984. I have published a number of publications and presentations in the area of WOC nursing and used to be the President of the WOCN Society.
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The society was incorporated in 2010 and is dedicated to promoting excellence in CNS education to influence healthcare outcomes.
By a process of accreditation, the SER WOCN promotes high standards of education and requires a baccalaureate degree with a nursing major or an equivalent as the entry level for ET nursing education programs and for specialty courses in wound, ostomy, or continence management.
<<If a man is hungry, do not give him fish, teach him how to fish>>. As a child, I was hearing and seeing things that others did not. Growing up, I attached myself to the world vision of conventional science and closed the doors to the invisible world. Until few years ago, in Nepal, receiving a healing from a local shaman, I unexpectedly spent three hours in a transe state. Listening to the shaman advices, I since explore shamanic realms, medicine and healing methods. 12 years experience in medical imaging brought to my attention the benefits and limitations of western medicine. I propose you to build the bridge between western science and shamanic, knowledges. Several types of meditation and yoga helped me a lot on this path and I would love to share those life changing tools with you.
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FILMMAKER, SCREENWRITER, BESTSELLING AUTHOR, TV/RADIO SHOW HOST, PUBLIC SPEAKER, PHILANTHROPIST While living in New York she hosted, produced and directed a local show Christian “Straight Talk” in conjunction with the Rhema Prayer Ministries, Inc. as well as a 30 minutes talk show called “Stepping Out with Dr Fumi.” In addition, she has coordinated several programs for women and children with many social service agencies in New York and New Jersey areas, ranging from foster care, adoption, second chance homes for battered women. As the President of Adassa Adumori Foundation, a US based 501(c )3 nonprofit organization in Tennessee, doing work in Africa and other 3rd World countries; she recently interviewed the African Union Ambassador to the US. She is a noted Mental Health columnist for the New American Times, an Immigrant Newspaper serving Middle Tennessee and has been invited to guest speak at several women’s conferences in the US as well as address governmental leaders such as governors and highly placed business executives in the international arena. Fumi has been featured in various newspapers and online magazines such as Princeton Packet, The Tennessean. She has been instrumental in assisting start-up organization with their business development and is often called on to help dysfunctional organizations get back to the successful road. She has also written several inspirational Books, Starting Right Now, Diary of an African Princess as well as eBooks: 2Respectmylife.com; Her Online Television Program: Princess in Suburbia was recently released in the year (2013). It is a place dedicated to love, life, relationships and everything in-between. With many women (men alike requesting to be coached by dynamic Innovation Gurus) alongside Yolanda Shields, they are preparing to launch their very first Business Coaching Enterprise Let’s Go Innovate™ with a city tour across the United States of America. Fumi "Stephanie" Hancock is a walking example of how an ordinary person from a shackled life of broken promises and shattered dreams can live a fulfilled destiny. After twenty years of dropping her pen, she picks it right back up again by releasing November 2012 Teens Amazon Bestseller -The Grimmlyn Series: The Adventures of Jewell Cardwell, Hydra's Nest. Though graduated with a postgraduate degree in communication arts, and undergraduate degrees in English studies and nursing, she ascribes her writing to her life experiences. She aspires to one day write a mystery/detective novel for the adult audience. But for now, she is content with her young adult audience. With her background in nursing, she gently nurses her unusual characters to life for her readers to enjoy. Her second book in the Grimmlyn series, The Sorcerer’s Purgatory is scheduled for release soon. Her feature film, Of Sentimental Value, a dramatic suspense will be released 2014, alongside the novel.
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A leading expert in the field of mammography, Anne Cheesman is a Canadian Radiographer who has been involved in the medical and educational arena for over thirty years. She has been dedicated to the detection and treatment of breast disease for the past twenty years. Anne was until recently the senior mammographer at Scarborough General Hospital's Breast Health Clinic in Toronto, Canada. She now consults, lectures and teaches extensively both in Canada and abroad. Anne is the founder and editor of "MAMMONEWSLINE: techtalk", which was started in 1995 as a method of exchanging information and education between mammographers. It is still going strong and remains a very useful and interesting forum for breast imagers across Canada and the world. Anne's popular mammorgraphy manual -- "Techtalk: The Mammographer's Companion" -- is widely read and available directly from the author."