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Straight Talk by Dr. Weiss
  • Understanding how colleagues feel about their healthcare system, a place where most of us spend more of our time and energy than anywhere else, is important.
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  • A few weeks ago I received the following email from Donna Johnson, DNP, RN, and adjunct member of the FGCU Nursing Faculty, who shared the following from ten FGCU nursing students after their first experience with “live” patients.
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  • We have great people with wonderful career stories who share the common purpose of helping others. Learning about the rich background of colleagues’ careers and successes inspires all of us.
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Health Advice by Dr. Weiss
  • May 01, 2018
    Are we better off now than we were a decade or century ago? Do we have cause for doom and gloom or should we be optimistic and celebratory?
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  • Apr 02, 2018
    The human need for touch, attachment, belonging, and social proximity has long been known. Touch is the “mother of all senses” and develops in utero. Our skin is the largest of the human sense organs.
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  • Mar 16, 2018
    The human body is amazing. We take for granted the underlying, almost autonomous functions that keep us healthy and functional. Most times, with a casual nonchalance, we don’t even realize what goes on second by second inside our bodies as we direct our conscious attention to interaction with the outside surrounding environment. Our bodies are more complex than most computers. Organ system examples gleaned from the website WhatCulture are fascinating.
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