I’ll never forget a conversation that occurred in Norway some years ago as Susan and I met retired hospital architect, Knut Bergsland, to tour his hospital in Trondheim, Norway. Knut said, “Welcome to Norway. You should know that as long as you are in Norway, if you have any medical problem, you can go straight[…]
Here’s a mental exercise: Assume that this photo above represents a newly discovered virus somewhere in China. After first being observed and ignored, and following a suppression of the news about the virus’s discovery lasting many weeks…Suppose that the Chinese city recognizes a dangerous epidemic in the making and seeks to quarantine itself. The tumors[…]
This blog describes a visit to ancient Petra and a conference of Middle East Nurses United in Human Caring
The 2018 American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Magnet Conference, which took place this year in Denver, Colorado, was the largest healthcare conference in the world with 10,000 nurses.
With all the upsetting news of the day, I’m happy to report some great news: the awarding of the Eminent Artist recognition by the Kresge Foundation, accompanied by a fifty-thousand dollar cash award, to our dear friend, Detroit harpist and educator Pat Terry-Ross. The awarding organization is the Kresge Foundation, which has awarded four[…]
Dallas Smith teams with fellow Reno musician Scot Marshall to feature music ranging from the latest releases to jazz classics and occasional recordings by local artists. Announcements of upcoming local jazz events in the Reno-Tahoe area are also discussed. “Saturday Night Jazz” is supported by the Reno Jazz Orchestra and For the Love of Jazz.[…]