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Welcome to the Hypertension Resistant to Treatment Podcast!- Initially, our goal was to empower individuals to effectively manage their blood pressure with the help of healthcare professionals.- However, our focus has evolved to prioritize supporting healthcare providers, recognizing their crucial role in patient outcomes. -Led by Dr. Tonya Breaux-Shropshire(https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/?term=tonya+breaux-shropshire), we emphasize the significance of equipping healthcare providers, especi ...
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This is for me really because I’m an auditory learner. But if it helps others great!! I’m a Psych DNP student. This stuff is hard!!! Give a listen as I stumble through the material. Feel free to drop me a message if I get something wrong or you have a better way to explain it. Share it with your cohort if it helps! Cover art photo provided by Nhia Moua on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@sssyexap
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DNP-CD Sports “Did Not Play – Coach’s Decision, presented by Odds Shark, combines a humorous approach in unique thought-provoking interviews with some of the top names in sports. DNP-CD Sports is hosted by Sports Illustrated contributor, Tony Farmer and Comedian and Sportswriter, Chad Fisher. Hosts, Tony and Chad cut out the cliché questions to avoid the cliché answers, giving fans the opportunity to get to know iconic sports figures on a deeper level. DNP-CD Sports listeners and fans will h ...
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You’re a fresh DNP candidate. At this time, it’s too early to start worrying about your DNP capstone project. Possibly, the idea of working with a quality DNP capstone project writing service hasn’t crossed your mind. You still have time, don’t you? But time keeps playing tricks on people. At the start, it may feel like you’ve got more than enough time. Time flies, though. Before you know it, you’ve run out of all of the time. At that point, the project becomes some sort of an emergency. Tha ...
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Sarah Lindsey, Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), has specialized in oncology since 2000. Whether it has been her countless patients and their loved ones, her colleagues, university students, or even her own close friends and relatives, one thing has always been clear when navigating the dizzying world of cancer: Oftentimes all one needs is to be able to process the same information... just from a different angle. That’s why we’ve set out to provide you with professionally produced discussion ...
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Send us a Text Message. Tonya Breaux-Shropshire, PhD, DNP, MPH, FNP, Host- Primary Care Eye Exam: Importance of the Fundoscope Exam Welcome to the Hypertension Resistant to Treatment Podcast! Initially, our goal was to empower individuals to effectively manage their blood pressure with the help of healthcare professionals. However, our focus has ev…
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Send us a Text Message. Tonya Breaux-Shropshire, PhD, DNP, MPH, FNP, Host- How Thyroid Cysts Could Be Secretly Fueling Your High Blood Pressure Welcome to the Hypertension Resistant to Treatment Podcast! Initially, our goal was to empower individuals to effectively manage their blood pressure with the help of healthcare professionals. However, our …
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Send us a Text Message. Tonya Breaux-Shropshire, PhD, DNP, MPH, FNP, Host- Optimizing Medication Management for Hypertension- Welcome to the Hypertension Resistant to Treatment Podcast! Initially, our goal was to empower individuals to effectively manage their blood pressure with the help of healthcare professionals. However, our focus has evolved …
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Send us a Text Message. Tonya Breaux-Shropshire, PhD, DNP, MPH, FNP, Host- Understanding the Stages of Change for Blood Pressure Management Welcome to the Hypertension Resistant to Treatment Podcast! Initially, our goal was to empower individuals to effectively manage their blood pressure with the help of healthcare professionals. However, our focu…
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Send us a Text Message. Tonya Breaux-Shropshire, PhD, DNP, MPH, FNP, Host- Secret Revealed: What Really Drives Blood Pressure Management Welcome to the Hypertension Resistant to Treatment Podcast! Initially, our goal was to empower individuals to effectively manage their blood pressure with the help of healthcare professionals. However, our focus h…
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Send us a Text Message. Tonya Breaux-Shropshire, PhD, DNP, MPH, FNP, Host- Renal Denervation: A New Hope for Hypertension Treatment Without Pills Welcome to the Hypertension Resistant to Treatment Podcast! Initially, our goal was to empower individuals to effectively manage their blood pressure with the help of healthcare professionals. However, ou…
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Send us a Text Message. Dr. Tonya Breaux-Shropshire, PhD, DNP, MPH, FNP, Host- Considering Treatment for Masked Hypertension: A Guide for New NPs- Welcome to the Hypertension Resistant to Treatment Podcast! Initially, our goal was to empower individuals to effectively manage their blood pressure with the help of healthcare professionals. However, o…
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Send us a Text Message. Tonya Breaux-Shropshire, PhD, DNP, MPH, FNP, Host- Unraveling the White Coat Effect and White Coat Hypertension for NPs Welcome to the Hypertension Resistant to Treatment Podcast! Initially, our goal was to empower individuals to effectively manage their blood pressure with the help of healthcare professionals. However, our …
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Send us a Text Message. Dr. Tonya Breaux-Shropshire, PhD, DNP, MPH, FNP, Host- The Evolution of Blood Pressure Monitoring- Welcome to the Hypertension Resistant to Treatment Podcast! Initially, our goal was to empower individuals to effectively manage their blood pressure with the help of healthcare professionals. However, our focus has evolved to …
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Send us a Text Message. Welcome to the Hypertension Resistant to Treatment Podcast! Initially, our goal was to empower individuals to effectively manage their blood pressure with the help of healthcare professionals. However, our focus has evolved to prioritize supporting healthcare providers, recognizing their crucial role in patient outcomes. We …
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Send us a Text Message. Tonya L. Breaux-Shropshire, PhD, DNP, MPH, FNP- Optimize Your Heart Health: The Ultimate Guide to Accurate Blood Pressure Monitoring This podcast addresses a challenging aspect of hypertension (high blood pressure) management, that is, hypertension that is difficult to control. It targets people struggling with resistant hyp…
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Send us a Text Message. Tonya L. Breaux-Shropshire, PhD, DNP, MPH, FNP Host- **** Use Of Automated Blood Pressure Monitoring in Working-aged Adults In this episode, we summarize my pre-print pilot study entitled: "Use of Automated Office Blood Pressure Monitoring in Older Working-Aged Adults." This pilot study compares office blood pressure monitor…
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We pick up where we left off in our last episode featuring Jeanna Rich, RD. While we focus on breast cancer during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, this conversation includes symptom management, common nutritional deficiencies, lifestyle changes, and much more which pertain to anyone on a cancer journey.…
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Jeanna Rich, RD joins us for a conversation centered around breast cancer during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In part one we discuss a range of topics from dietary myths, weight loss, estrogen, supplements, and more. Jeanna's insight is invaluable for those with any diagnosis, so be sure to give her a listen and stay tuned for part 2 of this conv…
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September is Gynecological Cancer Awareness Month. This is an umbrella category which encompasses cervical, uterine, vaginal, and vulvar cancers. Because we have focused on some of these more specifically in the past as well as the broad nature of this group, we give a brief introductory overview of this wide topic including risk factors, treatment…
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September is Leukemia and Lymphoma Awareness Month. Having previously covered Myeloma during its awareness month, today's episode covers the remaining types of blood cancers. In this introductory episode we discuss what differentiates the many categories and subcategories, signs & symptoms, and more.…
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For September Cancer Awareness Month, we give an introduction to childhood cancers. Because this show's perspective is specific to adult oncology, we discuss what makes these two world's of cancer so distinct and separate from one another. We also look at risk factors, signs and symptoms, and more.על ידי Sarah Lindsey
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Peripheral neuropathy is nerve damage that causes loss of feeling and/or pain from the peripheral nerves. Peripheral neuropathy is caused by damage to the nervous system from cancer or cancer treatment. People who have had peripheral neuropathy before they have had cancer can experience worsening of this condition. Today we will discuss this common…
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Send us a Text Message. Tonya L. Breaux-Shropshire, PhD, DNP, MPH, FNP Host- **** Shocking Revelation: Home Blood Pressure Monitoring's Hidden Power for Total Control. In this episode, we discuss the realm of home blood pressure monitoring (HBPM) and its potential impact on hypertension management. Hypertension, a leading risk factor for heart dise…
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It is more likely than not that an individual undergoing cancer treatment will experience some form of "Chemo Brain." While the name implies chemotherapy, it describes a brain fog that can come from any part of your treatment such as surgery and radiation as well as chemo. Join us as we introduce this common experience, as well as what to expect, t…
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Ideally, every adult has taken careful planning towards the possibility of unexpected tragedies including death or end of life. Realistically, the cancer diagnosis is often a person's first prompt to get all their affairs in order. Because cancer is rarely an immediate emergency, this conversation can become overlooked especially in the early journ…
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Sleep, in relation to overall health and wellness, can never be overstated. Healthy sleep cycles are critical for cancer prevention and recovery, however it makes our list of topics that receive too little attention in one's cancer journey, often only after a problem manifests. To promote regular attention to sleep awareness, join us as we discuss …
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As we explore topics which can tend to get overlooked, fertility and sexuality is a vast and major topic which ultimately requires self-advocacy and communication with your cancer team and loved ones. Many may have to face prolonging treatment to address fertility concerns, while others may experience significant short and/or long-term intimacy com…
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July is Sarcoma & Bone Cancer Awareness Month. We offer an introduction into these types of cancers, how they are related and how they differ from other cancers we've discussed involving bones. We also discuss common treatments, risk factors, signs and symptoms, and more.על ידי Sarah Lindsey
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Cancer can increase a person's risk of developing a clot in a vein. In this episode we explore the risk factors, signs and symptoms and potential treatments of blood clots. As always, if you or someone you know feels as though they may have a blood clot, it is important to get evaluated and identify the correct plan of care.…
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Most individuals on their cancer journey will either be approached about genetics, have undergone testing, or are curious if they or their loved ones should undergo the process. Join us as we give an introductory explanation of cancer genetics, when testing is appropriate, what all is involved, costs and insurance basics, and more.…
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Our final May Cancer Awareness spotlight is on Melanoma & Skin Cancers. Especially as we approach the summer months, we stress and encourage attention to the common risk factors, primarily UV light. We also discuss the widely varied types of skin cancers, treatment options, and more.על ידי Sarah Lindsey
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We pick up right where our last episode left off with Jeanna Rich, RD. We take a deep dive on feeding tubes, putting to rest any fears or concerns one may have, especially in hopes of advocating for those hesitant to undergo such a procedure. We also discuss liquid nutrition, the vital role the Dietitian plays in obtaining optimal nutrition, as wel…
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Most everyone on their cancer journey will experience some degree of nutritional hurdles which could not be more serious an issue to resolve. As we emphasize head, neck, and esophageal cancer awareness this month, we bring back Jeanna Rich, RD to discuss a host of topics involving nutrition related to this zone of our anatomy. Jeanna packs this epi…
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While the concept of pain and cancer tend to go hand in hand, it is important to distinguish that pain should not be accepted as the norm throughout the cancer journey. Today we briefly touch on one of the broader topics on everyone's mind, including when to expect pain, how your team manages pain, and more.…
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April is Head & Neck cancers awareness month (also may be known as "oral caners"), esophageal cancer awareness month, and testicular (testicle) cancer awareness month. In this episode we join both esophageal and the whole scope of head and neck cancers due to their similarities in the cells where they arise and certain signs and symptoms.…
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Jeanna Rich, RD joins us today to discuss how to manage gut health during diagnosis and treatment. We talk about the difference in how to treat the digestive tract when it is unwell (cancer diagnosis) versus when we are trying to prevent disease. We get intimate with the discussion of poop and how to manage diarrhea and constipation.…
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Rounding out our March Cancer Awareness, in this episode we offer a brief introduction to Kidney Cancers. Kidney cancer can affect the kidneys and are named after the specific cells in the kidney that are diseased and can have one of many different names, usually divided into two main categories; renal cell carcinoma and non-renal cell.…
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