Nursing

17 Jun 19
News Directory

The Scottish nurse who hit Ebola is twice celebrating by giving birth to a few healthy series. Pauline Cafferkey, 43 – who first contracted the virus in 2014 – welcomed the two “fantastic” boys this week. She said yesterday: “I would like to thank all the wonderful staff who helped me because I was sick […]

17 Jun 19
PUDDING

The truth about my love life… I am pretty good at writing romantic tragedies but perhaps the biggest tragedy has been that I have never once been in love. In my few years of being Rispa, I have achieved a few things but somehow, my interactions with cupid have been on a contract basis. Before […]

17 Jun 19
Freddy Boswell

I spent Father’s Day in Kansas City with my dad’s last surviving sibling, his little sister, Aunt Betty. She has just moved to a different nursing home, and is now surrounded in the nearby community by some of her long-time friends from her teaching career. She’s in a good place, and seems very happy. At […]

17 Jun 19
WKBN
SALEM, Ohio (MyValleyTributes) – Dorothy K. Yakubek, age (84), died Friday, June 14, 2014 at the Summa Health System – Akron Campus. She was born August 18, 1934 in Campbell the daughter of the late birth father, John Ivan Buric, her mother, the late Anna (Frketich) DuBois and her adoptive father, the late Cyril DuBois.  Dorothy worked for the former Salem Hospital School of Nursing as a secretary and at the ER registration at the Salem Hospital.  She also had her own sewing and alterations business.  Dorothy was a member of Saint Paul Catholic Church, a 1952 graduate of Ursuline High School in Youngstown, a member of the Salem Elks Lodge Auxiliary, a member of the Salem Hospital Auxiliary, former member of the Columbiana County Genealogy and a volunteer the Campfire Girls. Her husband, Steve Yakubek, whom she married August 18, 1956 preceded her in death on March 23, 1981. Survivors include two sons, Randall (Deb) Yakubek of Salem and David (Lori) Yakubek of Alliance; a daughter, Linda (Pat) Yakubek Murphy of Akron; two grandchildren, Scott (Katie) Yakubek and Sarah Yakubek; and three great grandchildren, Nathan, Sam and Zach. An infant son, a brother, Paul Dubois and a sister, Judith Nief also preceded her in death. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held 10:00 a.m. Thursday, June 20, 2019 at St. Paul Catholic Church with Father Robert Edwards officiating.  Calling hours will be held Wednesday, June 19, 2019 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the Stark Memorial Funeral Home.  Burial will be at Grandview Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Salem Public Library, 821 East State Street, Salem, Ohio 44460 to purchase books in her memory.
17 Jun 19
Speech to Scrubs

To the new graduates in speech-language pathology: I wish you the best of luck.

To the senior clinicians: please consider that you were once an entry-level clinician, eager to learn and absorb information. Hire hire Clinical Fellows. Share your wisdom with us new clinicians. We are the faces of the future.

17 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
A WARPED ex-nurse who duped women into sending her nude pics by posing as a hunky fella was yesterday caged for a second time. Adele Rennie, 28, got three years for targeting three victims weeks after being freed for an identical dating con. Adele Rennie was jailed for three years for conning women into sending nude pictures online – just weeks after being freed for an identical scam She used a voice-changing app to sound like a man and built fake social media profiles to trick and humiliate 12 women. Buy yesterday she sobbed in the dock as Sheriff Elizabeth McFarlane branded her “cold and calculating” — as it emerged she targeted one girl twice to in a bizarre “revenge” campaign. The law chief told her: “It beggars belief that you are back before me. As [a victim] has said in her statement, ‘I can’t believe I am having to do this again’.” Sheriff MacFarlane said Rennie had shown “no lack of capacity” or “underlying conditions’ that could explain her behaviour She added: “There is no other reason than to humiliate, harass and hurt people who have done nothing to deserve that.” Sheriff Elizabeth McFarlane branded Rennie ‘cold and calculating’ A source close to the traumatised victim, in her twenties, said: “She’s just so humiliated by the whole thing. “To be caught out once was bad enough but to be victimised again is even more distressing. “It shows you how cocky and brazen Rennie must be to go after the same woman twice and think she’d get away with it. Jail is the best place for her.” Rennie was ordered to stay away from 14 women when she was freed early from Greenock nick from her previous sentence. But after her release 11 months into a 22-month term, it didn’t take her long to resume her bizarre scheme. Rennie claimed she was driven to do it after a woman known to the original victim called her ‘a beast’ as she jogged through Dean Park in Kilmarnock. Rennie used images of model Craig Dunn to trick her victims She found out the woman’s identity then subjected her and the other female to her twisted scheme. Her lawyer Neil McPherson told the court: “She acted in her own words to seek revenge.” Rennie first targeted her repeat victim in June 2014 when she was pretending to be a dishy doctor called David Graham. During the six-month ruse she would make dates, fail to show up and sent naked snaps of the man she was claiming to be. One image seen by The Scottish Sun shows her fictional hunk’s rippling six-pack with his privates only just cut out of the mobile phone snap. Warped Ayrshire nurse who posed as male doctors to trick women into sending naked snaps struck off But the strange ploy turned nasty when Rennie started sending the woman abusive messages. Rennie was sentenced to 22 months in December 2017 and put on the sex offenders register for ten years after admitting 18 charges over a four-year period. At yesterday’s hearing prosecutor Ruairidh Ferguson offered the court an insight into the complexity of her plot. Rennie told her victims Dan Crolla was a criminal lawyer operating in Ayr and Edinburgh. Rennie claimed she was driven to a revenge attack after a woman called her ‘a beast’ as she jogged through a Kilmarnock park In the fantasy world she created he drove a fancy car that was destroyed by gangsters he helped put behind bars. Rennie even had a go at Sheriff McFarlane in one bizarre exchange with a victim. Mr Ferguson told the court: “He also mentioned that he drove a Jaguar that was brand new. “However a drug gang from Glasgow who ‘Dan’ helped put in prison had smashed up his car and put a threat against his life.” He added: “Over the next few days Daniel told [her] he was working on a big case at the High Court in Glasgow and he did not like the judge Lady Liz McFarlane. “Dan was saying her sentencing is all wrong and that she was putting the wrong people in jail.” We told how one of Rennie’s victims predicted her conviction wouldn’t change her behaviour as experts warned the ex-nurse was oblivious to the pain she inflicted. Former Miss Scotland finalist Abbie Draper, 29, was targeted after visiting her late grandad, 80, in the hospital where Rennie worked after he had a stroke. Revealing her shock at Rennie’s release, she said: “I doubt she’s learned her lesson.” [article-rail-section title=”Most read in News” posts_category=”76″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] The fraudster was struck off as the Nursing and Midwifery Council ruled she showed a “lack of insight into the potentially deeply damaging effects of her behaviour”. Mr McPherson yesterday told the court his client had shown promise after gaining a nursing degree before getting a job at Crosshouse Hospital in 2012 and later the Royal Infirmary in Glasgow. As Sheriff McFarlane jailed Rennie for 36 months, the self-pitying nurse sobbed: “They’ve given me no support.” We pay for your stories and videos! Do you have a story or video for The Scottish Sun? Email us at scoop@thesun.co.uk or call 0141 420 5200
17 Jun 19

                MY DEAR MOTHER, With Mother’s Day around the corner, I’ve been thinking of you a lot, back in the old days in Hungary. I don’t know if I adored you or hated you as a child. You were so spectacular, you always stood in the light. Once […]

17 Jun 19
WSPA 7News
(WSPA) – 7News-Carolina’s Family celebrated another successful Founder’s Day of Caring on Monday by working and giving back to our community. On Monday, members of our 7News team volunteered at two locations: Mountainview Nursing Home in Spartanburg and Generations Group Home in Fountain Inn. Our morning team took a group from the nursing home to tour Hatcher Garden & Woodland Preserve in Spartanburg. In the afternoon, our team members helped coordinate a baseball game at the nursing home. View this post on Instagram The best baseball team in the upstate. Thank you again to the Mountainview Nursing home for a great day! #wspa #foundersday #NexstarCares #Nexstarnation A post shared by WSPA TV – 7News (@wspatv) on Jun 17, 2019 at 12:23pm PDT View this post on Instagram The #wspa team got to spend a great day with the wonderful staff and residents at Mountainview nursing home today. We ate lunch and played baseball with these wonderful people. Thank you for such a great time! #foundersday #news #NexstarCares #NexstarNation A post shared by WSPA TV – 7News (@wspatv) on Jun 17, 2019 at 12:08pm PDT At our second location, our 7News crew gave Generations Group Home a fresh new look by helping paint areas of their building.
17 Jun 19
Advancing Smartly

Marley Van Fossen, Screening Integration Coordinator at Elder Law of Michigan On August 7, 2019, Elder Law of Michigan will honor Mary Ablan with the 2019 Joe D. Sutton Call to Justice Award for her elder abuse prevention work. The Joe D. Sutton Call to Justice Awards honor those that share the mission of Elder […]

17 Jun 19
Chat About Books

Practicing Normal is a captivating family saga. Each chapter is written from the perspective of a different character and I always tend to enjoy this format. It works really well with this story. We meet Kate who is the mother of Jenna and JT, wife to Everett and daughter to Marilyn. She is a housewife/stay-at-home […]

17 Jun 19
Randy's Virtual Classroom

Here is an excerpt from my new book titled, Overcoming the Trials of a Lifetime, subtitled, Finding Meaning and Joy in the Midst of Afflictions, Illness and Hardships (My book is available for purchase at Amazon and a number of other retailers.)   I was diagnosed with what they call Young Onset Parkinson’s Disease. In […]

17 Jun 19
IT Solutions

Back within the original days of data technology and business, the complete technology department was Associate in Nursing operator that keep backups and stuck broken computers. Technology has fully grown and currently includes most a lot of. It continues to supply new and exciting developments because the demands of competitive businesses and people modification. These […]

17 Jun 19
Health And Nutrition

Watch on YouTube here: Consumer Confidential: Report exposes nursing home abuses – Valley News Via Get It Dunn Videos