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Mar 28, 2016, at 7:39AM Sorry to bother you, but I was looking for information on Diabetes education and found your page: https://www.dochandal.com/about-2/resources/ – it was helpful, thank you!
Just wanted to let you know, I found another informative and resourceful site: http://quailmeadows.dentalcareocala.com/a-guide-to-diabetes-for-patients/. It seems to be a good source of information and if you are updating your site, I think this new page might make a nice additional resource.
Thanks for listening and have a great day,
Absolutely not a bother on your side, I DO appreciate any input and will effect integration.
Thank you & Stay healthy
RE: DocHandal Podcast channel- iTunes -‘Nurse Practioners’
Mar 14, 2013, at 8:54 PM, Dr. Handal: You incorrectly stated in your podcast that nurse practitioners have a minimum of four years of education. The correct answer is six years of education: a four year Bachelor of Science in Nursing, plus and additional two year Master of Science in Nursing. Also, in 18 states, nurse practitioners require no physician supervision. Thank you for the opportunity to clarify this for your listeners.
Thank you for Listening Up! For the better – usually- with time changes occur to so many aspects of medicine. The podcast is dated (June 2011) however I appreciate the ‘comment’ and it will serve as an impetus for a new podcast that revisits the topic. I try to be accurate at time of production – a caveat I now believe I should add to the ending of the podcasts. It was a no brainer when constructing my website (www.dochandal.com) to allow comments as input is really appreciated. Again thank you and have a listen to new podcast that will revisit update the topic on ‘Nurse Practitioners’.
RE: “Doc’s First Aid Guide”
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RE: ‘Doc’s First Aid Guide‘ 8/16/12
“We purchased this book from amazon.com recently and are very pleased with it. One question: if you come upon someone suspected of having a neck/spine injury, book says do not move them unless there is a life-threatening danger. but if you have to move them, book says to use Log Roll technique. Then what? book says do NOT put them in Recovery position. What position is best for spine injury person?” – BW