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Latest 28 Aug 2021 | Updated Daily

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Episode 7: The case study with Stacey Robinson

Day 1 Podcast

This episode Stacey Robinson joins Day 1 to share her inspiring five year fertility story for the first time. Straight up - this is a story about determination. Stacey never took no for an answer, never took her eye off the prize and did everything she could to get to her biological babies. She is one of the funniest, supportive and inspirational people I know . We talk about how we met, the power of a support system, her crazy IVF stories, how she leaned into her husband for support and how she advocated hard to educate herself and her protocols. She has been a friend for only four years, but feels like a lifetime.  Let's all come together to help break stigmas and normalize the conversation around fertility and help grow the Day 1 Podcast by rating, reviewing and subscribing! THANK YOU for all your support. *Please note this episode was recorded on July 29, 2021.

1hr 4mins

10 Aug 2021

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Maternity episode 4 with Stacey Robinson and Sarah Brown

Pre-Hospital Care Podcast

Caroline Philips is back for the fourth instalment of the maternity mini series. Caroline is joined by Stacey Robinson the LAS practice lead midwife and Sarah Brown the LAS practice lead paramedic. In this episode they focus the on management of various pathologies, including bleeding, cord prolapse, shoulder dystocia, and all types of other maternal emergencies and treatment modalities seen within the pre-hospital environment. They dig into the technical and non-technical elements of care for the above pathologies and some of the different manoeuvres that optimise the mother and baby’s health in difficult deliveries. In this final episode we hear from these two specialists as they draw upon their experience, knowledge and oversight to relay some of the most essential aspects of care in maternal emergencies.  Our thanks goes to London Ambulance Service for allowing these professional perspectives to be shared and for being a forerunner in recruiting midwives and specialist paramedics with a maternal pre-hospital care focus to support the wider frontline staff. We hope you enjoy this episode with two fantastic clinicians. 

1hr 5mins

23 Jun 2021

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Maternity Part 2 - Challenges and emergencies of early pregnancy with Stacey Robinson

Pre-Hospital Care Podcast

In this episode Caroline Philips speaks with Stacey Robinson, prehospital midwife about challenges and emergencies of early pregnancy. They discuss bleeding, termination of pregnancy, and miscarriage. Stacey addresses why bleeding occurs and how to assess for it in the first trimester; inclusive of the subjective terms of 'light' and 'heavy' bleeding. They also discuss the potential risks and the atypical presentations that can occur within the first trimester. Stacey discusses some of the nuisances of care that can be provided to this cohort of patients, together with the hidden signs of bleeding.  Stacey also discusses the psychosocial aspects of care around bereavement and loss which can occur around this pathology. Stacey reinforces the importance of psychological reassurance and care which are vitally important to this patient group.  Relevant links that are useful for this episode can be found here:  https://www.miscarriageassociation.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Ambulance-Crews-first-responders-Good-Practice-Gude.pdf https://www.miscarriageassociation.org.uk/information/for-health-professionals/e-learning/ https://nbcpathway.org.uk/professionals We hope you find this interview valuable with an insightful and engaging guest.  To apply for the Medics Academy Fellowship please apply here quoting 'PHC' for Pre-Hospital Care to let the team know you'd want to work with the podcast team. https://www.medics.academy/courses/medics-academy-fellowship-programme-application You will acquire the digital skills to both create and harness cumulative attention to knowledge domains and speakers through the podcast platform and co-aligned spaces. As a Fellow you also gain access to Medics.Academy workshops, courses, resources, discounts and masters level accreditation. We are continuously developing the programme to make it a robust and exciting experience for those that are successful in joining. The Fellowship Programme is for a duration of 18 months and comprises three phases: ·  skill training and learning, ·  skill development ·  skill application The phases progress the fellow from a stage of independent working to small group and eventually large group production of a project. In each phase you will be mentored and guided by a specific individual within the company who has experience in producing aspects of the project. On average a fellow will spend 3-6 hours a week in producing the task and the timeframe for tasks will become more independently governed by the fellow as they progress into the next phases. This programme is ideal for individuals with other commitments as it provides a flexible working environment. As a Fellow you can enrol in the post graduate certification programme (PG Cert) in Clinical Practice, Management and Education. This programme is run by Medics.Academy and accredited by the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) Medical School. The work you do as a Fellow will count towards the overall requirements of the PG Cert. For the joint Medics.Academy Fellowship Programme with postgraduate certificate we require the programme to be completed in 18 months with a potential for a six-month extension to complete programme assessments and elements.

52mins

3 Jun 2021

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Maternity Part 1 with Stacey Robinson

Pre-Hospital Care Podcast

In this episode Caroline Philips interviews Stacey Robinson; pre-hospital midwife, on a variety of maternity and newborn topics that pre-hospital providers might face on scene. Having embedded herself within an ambulance service, Stacey gives a unique and insightful perspective on common myths, unique presentations, and healthy fundamental baselines of maternal and newborn care. This is a four part series, in this episode Stacey unpacks her role, the 'normal labour' scenario and deviation in physiology to be expected in pregnancy. They look at why physiology changes and some of the important details around history and examination. They also examine some of the non-pharmacological methods of optimising birth (skin to skin, micturition, non-technical skills, drying).  Here are some useful links for this mini series:  https://cprguidelines.eu/assets/guidelines/RESUS-8907-NLS.pdf https://nbcpathway.org.uk/professionals https://www.miscarriageassociation.org.uk/information/for-health-professionals/e-learning/ https://www.miscarriageassociation.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Ambulance-Crews-first-responders-Good-Practice-Gude.pdf https://www.tommys.org/baby-loss-support Please enjoy this episode with a truly insightful guest and experienced midwife.  To apply for the Medics Academy Fellowship please apply here quoting 'PHC' for Pre-Hospital Care to let the team know you'd want to work with the podcast team. https://www.medics.academy/courses/medics-academy-fellowship-programme-application You will acquire the digital skills to both create and harness cumulative attention to knowledge domains and speakers through the podcast platform and co-aligned spaces. As a Fellow you also gain access to Medics.Academy workshops, courses, resources, discounts and masters level accreditation. We are continuously developing the programme to make it a robust and exciting experience for those that are successful in joining. The Fellowship Programme is for a duration of 18 months and comprises three phases: ·  skill training and learning, ·  skill development ·  skill application The phases progress the fellow from a stage of independent working to small group and eventually large group production of a project. In each phase you will be mentored and guided by a specific individual within the company who has experience in producing aspects of the project. On average a fellow will spend 3-6 hours a week in producing the task and the timeframe for tasks will become more independently governed by the fellow as they progress into the next phases. This programme is ideal for individuals with other commitments as it provides a flexible working environment. As a Fellow you can enrol in the post graduate certification programme (PG Cert) in Clinical Practice, Management and Education. This programme is run by Medics.Academy and accredited by the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) Medical School. The work you do as a Fellow will count towards the overall requirements of the PG Cert. For the joint Medics.Academy Fellowship Programme with postgraduate certificate we require the programme to be completed in 18 months with a potential for a six-month extension to complete programme assessments and elements.

1hr 24mins

26 May 2021

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S2E7: Across the Tracks (w/ Stacey Robinson & Alverne Ball)

Comics School

On the seventh episode of season two, Mike speaks with Stacey Robinson & Alverne Ball about their new graphic novel, Across the Tracks, remembering Greenwood, Black Wall Street, and the Tulsa Race Massacre.You can follow Stacey on Twitter@ProfSARobinson You can follow Alverne on Twitter@AlverneBallAnd as always, you can find Mike Dando on Twitter@mbdando

1hr 2mins

26 May 2021

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Owning Your Story With Stacey Robinson

Get Your Guy Coaching Podcast

Hello Loves!  I have a special episode for you today.  I’m talking to the queen of Owning her Shit and Walking in her Truth, Stacey Robinson.  Stacey, an RN and dating coach, has overcome her share of painful and abusive relationships.  Now, she uses that experience to fuel her mission of helping vulnerable women stop dating toxic and unavailable men.  Join Stacey and I as we go on her truth journey, discuss why she’s dedicated to helping women stop dating toxic and unavailable men, how to heal from the shame of dating a toxic man (especially when we “should have known better” or ignored our gut feeling), and SO much more.  Today’s tea is piping hot, but most importantly it's REAL.Warning: This episode contains recounts of abuse and sexual assault/rape. Have you had a pattern of dating toxic, unavailable, or abusive men?  Have you lost trust in yourself and your selection of the right men?  If you’re in a toxic relationship, had a toxic relationship, or are healing from a toxic relationship, this episode is especially for you sis!Book References from this Episode:"How to Spot a Dangerous Man, Before you Get Involved" by -Sandra L. Brown"The Gift of Fear: Survival Signals to That Protect us From Violence" by Gavin de BeckerReach out!Stacey RobinsonInstagram: @I_am_staceyrobinson | Facebook: Stop Dating Toxic and Unavailable Men |Get Your Guy CoachingEmail: anwar@getyourguycoaching.com |  Facebook: Get Your Guy Coaching | Instagram: @getyourguy_coaching | Book a Consultation: getyourguycoaching.com/apply | 

37mins

11 Mar 2021

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Badass Bitches Tarot by Cardsy B: Episode 99 July 5- July 11: The One With Stacey Robinson of Smoke x Mirrors Tarot

Hex and the City

The One With Stacey Robinson of Smoke x Mirrors Tarot We are heading through Cancer season with the Chariot bringing in some well deserved wins. July also brings us the Moon reversed, rewarding us for the shadow work we likely did throughout June and earlier with clarity, signs may come through stronger now especially in dreams. And this week brings us Judgement reversed reminding us to be choose being kind over critical. This week also brings us Stacey Robison of Smoke x Mirrors Tarot sharing cards that are helpful in this time, her new tarot course and offers a discount to Badass Bitches Tarot listeners with code: BadassBitch https://www.smokeandmirrorstarot.com https://www.instagram.com/smokexmirrorstarot/Referenced in the podcast:This Month's  Tarotscopes on  BCBG: https://www.instagram.com/p/CA0qxXOnfcA/ Free Intro To Tarot with Modrn Sanctuary: https://modrnsanctuary.com/past-talks  What Am I listening to? Host Cardsy B is a fashion industry survivor, tarot reader, and creator of the Badass Bitches Tarot by Cardsy B deck. Through intuitive readings served with a side of pop culture, Cardsy B offers an entertaining intro to the world of Tarot. Who the F is Cardsy B? Rebecca “Bex” Szymczak- aka Cardsy B- picked up her first deck of tarot cards at age eleven. After abandoning them to fit in with the cool kids in highschool she worked her way up the fashion industry by designing for DKNY, NIKE, and eventually serving as Creative Director/VP of Design for Playboy. After experiencing several traumatic losses in a period of five years, (Saturn return back to back with Saturn in her sun sign!) she pulled herself out of a pretty tragic Millennial meltdown using Tarot as healing tool. Eventually this passion for Tarot led to increased bookings as a Tarot reader at events around NYC and in person and via skype to private clients. To help herself dive even deeper into the cards, Bex illustrated her own deck by hand and is committed to helping others grow and heal through tarot in an approachable and fun way. THEME SONG CREATED AND PRODUCED BY: Steven Hughes and Charlie Lance INSTAGRAM:  https://www.instagram.com/cardsyb/ GET THE DECK: https://www.badassbitchestarot.com/

35mins

5 Jul 2020

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Acts Series - Scattered - Acts 8 - 3/29/20 - Jarrod & Stacey Robinson

Gainesville Christian Church

After Stephen's death, the church in Jerusalem was persecuted and the Christians were "Scattered"...But it wasn't a chaotic scattering. God was sowing his people out into Judea and Samaria to have a greater impact.

46mins

29 Mar 2020

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Acts Series - Acts 6/7 - The Face of an Angel - Jarrod & Stacey Robinson - 3/22/20

Gainesville Christian Church

Stephen is described as having The Face of an Angel as he faced a very difficult situation. Jarrod and Stacey talk about having the Face of an Angel as we face these uncertain times during the COVID-19 outbreak.

47mins

23 Mar 2020

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International Women's Day-Stacey Robinson-3/8/2020

Gainesville Christian Church

This is an all Women's service celebrating International Women's Day.

52mins

10 Mar 2020

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