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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Natasha Gordon. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Natasha Gordon, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Natasha Gordon. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Natasha Gordon, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 7: Thriving in your Home Health Career and COVID-19 with Natasha Gordon, SLP

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Episode 7: Thriving in your Home Health Career and COVID-19 with Natasha Gordon, SLP

How can you thrive and provide care to your patients amid the Covid-19 pandemic?

Natasha Gordon, a Speech-Language Pathologist and co-host of the Mahogany Momology Podcast, joins us to talk about her career and how the coronavirus pandemic has affected her job and what she is doing to keep herself and her clients healthy.

She shares how she is providing care and service to her patients and the changes she has to make as a result of the virus spreading. She will also share her expertise and some advice to help other home health providers thrive in their practice!

Episode Highlights:

  • How the COVID-19 pandemic affected Natasha’s job
  • What Natasha’s daily schedule was like before and after COVID-19
  • What PDPM mean?
  • The precautions Natasha is taking to keep herself and her clients healthy
  • Planning, organizing and communicating

Where to reach Natasha:

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Apr 21 2020 · 30mins
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Midnight Train to Georgia sung by Gladys Knight & the Pips & Oblivion by Astor Piazzolla
Feb 02 2019 · 7mins

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Natasha Gordon. Bessie Head. Rwanda Representation and Reality

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As her award-winning debut play, Nine Night, comes to London's West End, Natasha Gordon tells Anne about the grieving ritual that binds in the Jamaican diaspora.
Nine Night at Trafalgar Studios, London, until February 23rd

On the 50th anniversary of the publication of Bessie Head's first novel, two of her titles, When Rain Clouds Gather (1969) and Maru (1971), have just been republished. Head's influence and creativity are discussed by journalist Audrey Brown and literary scholar Louisa Uchum Egbunike.

Black Earth Rising, Hugo Blick's serial on the Rwandan Genocide and the fraught and fractured nature of justice, is one of the dramas of the year. Zoe Norridge explores the drama's reception within Rwandan cultural politics and Phil Clark discusses his research on the impact of the International Criminal Court on African politics.
Audrey Brown is a South African journalist, curator and cultural commentator based in London
Louisa Uchum Egbunike, specialist in African literature, School of Arts and Social Sciences of City, University of London and New Generation Thinker
Phil Clark, School of Oriental and African Studies; his book Distant Justice: The Impact of the International Criminal Court on African Politics is out now.
Zoe Norridge, Kings College London, teaches Comparative literature. Her current research focuses on cultural responses to the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. Zoe is also Chair of the Ishami Foundation. She is a New Generation Thinker
Dec 05 2018 · 45mins
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Natasha Gordon and Roy Alexander Weise on Nine Night

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The writer and director discuss their production of Nine Night.

Natasha Gordon is a London-born actress and writer of Jamaican descent. She has performed at Tricycle Theatre, Royal Court, Young Vic and RSC. Nine Night is her first play.

Roy Alexander Weise won the James Menzies-Kitchen Young Director award in 2016 and his credits include The Mountaintop at the Young Vic, Dead Don’t Floss at the NT, The Ugly One at Park Theatre and Primetime at the Royal Court.

May 14 2018 · 26mins

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Episode 17: Modern Mumbai; A Ballet Collaboration with Grammy-Winning Musician Zakir Hussain; Playwright Natasha Gordon

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Stance visits India with a cultural trip that takes us beyond the National Geographic lens, to meet street educators, young LGBTQ activists and visual artists that are all changing the face of modern Mumbai.

Stance meets Grammy Award-winning musician, Zakir Hussain, and visionary choreographer, Alonzo King, at the world premiere of their new co-creation, Sutra. They discuss the importance of artistic collaboration.

Finally, we speak to actor and playwright, Natasha Gordon. The first play she has ever written, Nine Night, is debuting at London's prestigious National Theatre. She explores rituals defined by her Jamaican heritage and the complexity of family relationships in this extraordinary stage debut.

Apr 30 2018 · 56mins