36. RNMD: COVID Nutrition and Ventilation Settings with Dr. Anozie & Stephanie Schwartz RD
This is an episode we weren't sure we would release. Let us be clear, it's amazing. But this episode was recorded in January, before the general public had access to the vaccine. As the public got vaccinated, and many continuing to mask and social distance.. I think we were all hopeful this summer would show low COVID numbers. As time passed, we thought maybe this episode might not be relevant as many HCWs reported low or zero COVID patients on their units. Unfortunately, areas of the country with high numbers of unvaccinated communities are exploding with COVID cases. Thank you to Dr. Anozie and Stephanie Schwartz MS, RD for offering a wealth of knowledge on this complicated subject We'd like to acknowledge the loss of Ebi from @NurselifeRN and @Ebi_Eats. We are sincerely sorry for this tragic loss. He will be deeply missed by the community. We offer our deep love and respect for his family at this difficult time. Please note, Abby uses the word "dietary" to refer to Registered Dietitians several times this episode. She was so thankful when after the episode Stephanie corrected her, as the word dietary is outdated and not the proper term Topics: Dietary vs Dietitian Are residuals important? Trickle feeds Paralyzed patients and peristalsis Vent settings: volume control vs pressure control PRVC Mode Is Vital AF the best name for tube feed ever? (Yes) Good & bad interactions between RNs, Physicians, and RDs I𝐧𝐬𝐭𝐚𝐠𝐫𝐚𝐦: @ICUexplained @ThatDietitianLife @RNMDPodcast @TheNocturnalNurse Please subscribe and rate the podcast, that’s a free way you can really help us out! Email us your topics or if you’d like to be a guest: RNMDPodcast@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rnmd/support
Building Sustainable Philanthropic Programs with Stephanie Schwartz of Little Bean Group
Rally The Cause
Stephanie Schwartz is the Founder and Principal of Little Bean Group, a full-service leading fundraising consulting firm based in Washington, D.C. Little Bean Group provides a range of services, including fundraising support, learning and development, and thought leadership. Before founding Little Bean Group, Stephanie was the Chief of Staff at The George Washington University and the Greater Washington Area Director at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. In addition to client-focused consulting work at Little Bean Group, Stephanie leads fundraising training workshops and coaches individuals who are looking to improve their fundraising skills. In this episode: How is the next generation of donors shifting their views on philanthropy? Why is event-based fundraising not always the best option? How can a company improve its fundraising efforts by building relationships with its donors? Stephanie Schwartz is here to tell you. Stephanie Schwartz is highly skilled in fundraising support, thought leadership, development, and more. She has helped clients build sustainable programs, develop their networks, and achieve their fundraising goals. Stephanie has devoted her career to being an expert in the fundraising and philanthropy industries and is here to share her knowledge with you. On this exciting episode of Rally the Cause, Jeff Rum has a conversation with the Founder and Principal of Little Bean Group, Stephanie Schwartz. Stephanie discusses the pros and cons of event-based fundraising, utilizing the pyramid model of donors, the importance of building meaningful relationships with donors, and much more. Stay tuned!
Stephanie Schwartz // Jorge Ribalta // Walker Evans: No Politics
In this conversation, the pair discuss Schwartz’s new book Walker Evans: No Politics. The first book to take seriously Evans’s refusal to act or work politically, Walker Evans offers a sweeping reassessment of American documentary and its histories. Opening with a discussion of Evans’s place in the canon as well as Schwartz’s efforts to problematise canonical histories of documentary, the podcast covers a range of topics, from the publication of Evans’s short, but punchy, review of photographic books, his 1931 essay “The Reappearance of Photography,” to the 1971 retrospective exhibition of his work at the Museum of Modern Art. At the centre of this conversation is a debate about Evans’s legacy, about how and why it needs to be reimagined today. Stephanie Schwartz is an Associate Professor of the History of Art at University College, London.Jorge Ribalta is an independent curator and photographer living and working in Barcelona.
Morgan Quaintance, Stephanie Schwartz & Conal McStravick
Art Monthly Talk Show
Morgan Quaintance, Stephanie Schwartz and Conal McStravick on art-world manoeuvres over the past decade, photography books by David Levi Strauss and Jörg Colberg, and the work of Scottish artist Jamie Crewe.