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Ep 15: wound care and management, with Amanda Curtis

VN Times Podcast

VN Times editor Rachael Buzzel sits down with RVN and university lecturer Amanda Curtis to discuss wound care, management and the VN’s role in this complicated process. There are a lot of factors to consider when it comes to wound care and it is important vet nurses understand what can go wrong when caring for these injuries. Amanda Curtis talks us through the process and, in particular, how to keep a step ahead of the sometimes tricky biofilms. This month’s podcast is sponsored by Essity. Essity is a leading global hygiene and health company, dedicated to improving well-being through its products and solutions, essentials for everyday life. Essity, best known in the veterinary market for key brands such as Soffban and Tensoplast, is excited to introduce the Advanced Wound Care range through its Cutimed and Leukomed product portfolios. Amanda Curtis began her veterinary nursing career in late 2006 working for a small animal hospital. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings, including the Queen Mother Hospital at the RVC as an emergency and critical care nurse in the ECC department. She is a lecturer of veterinary nursing for the Coleg Gwent part of The University of South Wales and out of hours weekend lead nurse for Valley Veterinary Hospital in Cardiff. Outside of clinical practice, Amanda writes for the The Veterinary Nurse Journal and sits on the editorial board. She is also studying for a Bachelor of Science in health science, and looks to use this degree alongside her veterinary nursing to create a one health approach to her practice. Amanda is a BVNA regional representative for the South West Wales region and is running for BVNA council this year.

27mins

18 Jun 2021

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VN Times Podcast, Ep 15: wound care and management, with Amanda Curtis

Vet Times Podcast

VN Times editor Rachael Buzzel sits down with RVN and university lecturer Amanda Curtis to discuss wound care, management and the VN’s role in this complicated process. There are a lot of factors to consider when it comes to wound care and it is important vet nurses understand what can go wrong when caring for these injuries. Amanda Curtis talks us through the process and, in particular, how to keep a step ahead of the sometimes tricky biofilms. 𝗦𝗣𝗢𝗡𝗦𝗢𝗥𝗘𝗗 This month’s podcast is sponsored by Essity. Essity is a leading global hygiene and health company, dedicated to improving well-being through its products and solutions, essentials for everyday life. Essity, best known in the veterinary market for key brands such as Soffban and Tensoplast, is excited to introduce the Advanced Wound Care range through its Cutimed and Leukomed product portfolios. 𝗔𝗠𝗔𝗡𝗗𝗔 𝗖𝗨𝗥𝗧𝗜𝗦 𝗥𝗩𝗡 Amanda began her veterinary nursing career in late 2006 working for a small animal hospital. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings, including the Queen Mother Hospital at the RVC as an emergency and critical care nurse in the ECC department. She is a lecturer of veterinary nursing for the Coleg Gwent part of The University of South Wales and out of hours weekend lead nurse for Valley Veterinary Hospital in Cardiff. Outside of clinical practice, Amanda writes for the The Veterinary Nurse Journal and sits on the editorial board. She is also studying for a Bachelor of Science in health science, and looks to use this degree alongside her veterinary nursing to create a one health approach to her practice. Amanda is a BVNA regional representative for the South West Wales region and is running for BVNA council this year.

27mins

27 May 2021

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How a Designer REWIRED the Industry by Applying Lean Principles to Apparel Manufacturing, Amanda Curtis of Nineteenth Amendment

Fashion Rewired Podcast with Brian Hill

Brian sits down with the Co-founder of Nineteenth Amendment, Amanda Curtis and discusses how she created a truly unique approach to manufacturing apparel for emerging fashion designers. The secret is carrying “no inventory” by joining the Nineteenth Amendment platform marketplace that produces designs on demand through new technology, N.A.bld (enabled).Action Steps to REWIRE: 1. Share your big idea with key people you trust! 2. Seek out and secure industry mentors! 3. Network! Network! Network! Amanda Stiletto NOT Boot strapped! Check out www.NineteenthAmendment.com (Comment on @FashionRewired IG to WIN a complimentary brand review by Amanda Curtis) Episode Powered by: -Digital Designer Bootcamp: Launch your fashion brand in 6-short weeks from the comfort of your home. -The Freelance Program: Book your next fashion professional today. Phoenix Fashion Week: The leading fashion industry event in the Southwest. Fashion. Education. Community. Follow and like our IG @FashionRewired & @PHXFashionWeek

30 Apr 2020

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Amanda Curtis of N.A.bled and Nineteenth Amendment

Heart Stock Radio Podcast

Amanda Curtis has many accomplishments including Forbes’ 30 Under 30 2016 for Retail & E-commerce, Apparel Magazine's 30 Under 30 2016, NRF's Person Shaping Retail's Future 2018, a mentor at TechStars, a mentor with AOL's Built by Girls and she's just getting started. Amanda will share her story with us, and her views on sustainability in the world of fashion. Heart Stock Radio is a production of KBMF 102.5 FM and underwritten by Purse for the People. 

27mins

8 Feb 2020

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Episode 69: A Stiletto-strapped Business - Amanda Curtis & Gemma Sole, Nineteenth Amendment

Positively Gotham Gal

Amanda Curtis and Gemma Sole are the co-founders of Nineteenth Amendment, a direct-to-designer fashion house for clothing and accessories more personal, beautiful, and responsible than anything off the rack. The co-founders were named as Forbes 30 Under 30 for retail/e-commerce and Apparel Magazine's 30 Under 30. I sat down with the duo to talk about the inspiration for their venture, and what helped them pave the way.

36mins

30 Jul 2018

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62 Amanda Curtis – ‘Stiletto Strapping’ a Gamechanging Startup in Fashion Tech

Wings of Inspired Business

Entrepreneur Amanda Curtis began as a fashion designer before spotting an opportunity to transform her industry with innovative technology. Co-founder and CEO of Nineteenth Amendment and Forbes 30 Under 30, Amanda talks about what it takes to “stiletto strap” a disruptive business in an old-fashioned industry. Like WINGS! https://facebook.com/wingspodcast Follow us on Twitter @MelindaWings

34mins

18 Jan 2018

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Amanda Curtis Live Interview

Heart Stock Radio Podcast

Amanda Curtis, founder of Butte America Foundation (nonprofit) and Representative in the Montana Legislature, discusses the current political climate and how it is effecting women, business and our country. This program is a production of KBMF 102.5, Butte America Radio and underwritten by Purse for the People

31mins

13 Sep 2017

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Leveling the Playing Field for Independent Designers — with Amanda Curtis of Nineteenth Amendment

Loose Threads — Inside the new consumer economy

On the 17th episode of the Loose Threads Podcast, a show about the intersection of fashion, technology and commerce, I talk with Amanda Curtis, a co-founder of Nineteenth Amendment. Her company is leveling the playing field for independent designers by streamlining everything from production to infrastructure. Emerging designers are often at a disadvantage when it comes to funding their business, securing competitive pricing for production, and integrating technology to help scale. Luckily, this is Nineteenth Amendment’s focus and the company has helped hundreds of designers grow. Nineteenth Amendment is focused on the long tail, a concept that explains how smaller brands are able to succeed on the internet because of the ability to find and serve niches that desire specific products. The company’s vertical integration is impressive, as is the persistence that has gotten them to realize their vision and now focus on scaling it. I definitely recommend checking on the designers on Nineteenth Amendment and reading more about all they are doing for independents. The more small businesses that are independent and thriving, the better, and Nineteenth Amendment is helping make this a reality. — Show Notes — Nineteenth Amendment https://www.nineteenthamendment.com/ Edited by George Drake Jr. — About Loose Threads — http://LooseThreads.com Join the newsletter: http://eepurl.com/buLQY9 Twitter: http://twitter.com/loosethreadsxyz The Loose Threads Podcast explores the intersection of fashion, technology and commerce. Hosted by Richie Siegel, an entrepreneur and writer, each episode features an in-depth conversation with one guest that spans a range of topics. The guests range from being fashion-focused to technology-focused to somewhere in between, but the unifying thread is always the rapid change facing the industry and how entrepreneurs are responding. You can listen to the podcast on any player of your choice, in addition to on http://LooseThreads.com

48mins

26 Apr 2017

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Nineteenth Amendment's Amanda Curtis on building a designer fashion marketplace from scratch

eCommerce MasterPlan

Amanda Curtis talks us through how after 18 months of building a bespoke system she and her team successfully launched Nineteenth Amendment to give brand new fashion designers a powerful and low risk route to market. We talk to Amanda 12 months into live, on the eve of Nineteenth Amendment's first New York Fashion Week event, and with 400 designers on the books.This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podsights - https://podsights.com/privacy

27mins

30 May 2016

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Again with Amanda Curtis

PoliticktickBOOM

Representative Amanda Curtis sits down with us to discuss the past session, what was great, what sucked, and what’s next. The outspoken Butte High teacher shows humor, humility and passion for all that’s she’s done and clues us in to … Continue reading →

49mins

7 Jul 2013

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