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People, Pets & Vets

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People, Pets & Vets

Georgia Veterinary Associates

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Hang out with Dr. Brad Miller & Angel Martin to get the Owners, Veterinarians, Registered Veterinary Technicians, and staff's perspective on current veterinary and world events and how they affect what we do in our practice. Get to know more about what we do behind the scenes and why we do it. Which boils down to the simple fact that we are passionate about our jobs. Meet the real people behind GVA and the reality about the day to day at a veterinary hospital.
 
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Infection Prevention Spotlight

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Infection Prevention Spotlight

Kara Mullane, RN, MSN, CIC - Infection Preventionist

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Each year 1.7 million Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) occur that contribute to 99,000 deaths and $20 billion in healthcare costs. What makes these numbers even more tragic is that 70 percent of all the HAIs are PREVENTABLE!Infection Prevent Spotlight was created by an Infection Preventionist (IP) certified in Infection Control (CIC) for other IPs and everyone else responsible for keeping patients safe from harm. It's hard for IPs to be responsible for reducing HAIs (CLABSIs, CAUTIs, SSIs ...
 
At Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT) we are dedicated to providing high quality care with compassion. We deliver many of the NHS services that are provided outside of hospital and in the community such as physical, mental health and specialist services. We provide integrated physical and mental health services for adults and older people; specialist mental health and learning disability services; children and young people’s mental health services; children’s communi ...
 
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Welcome to episode 128 of People, Pets, and Vets! Join us in this week's episode as we talk about the local weather, as always! We'll also talk about the SEC Championship and some more about sports. Lastly, we touch on the most common diagnosis in the Bulldogs, the UGA mascot.
 
Welcome to episode 127 of People, Pets, and Vets! Happy Thanksgiving from your PPV family! Join us from lovely Lawrenceville, GA as we start off with addressing the month long break we took. We hope to continue as normal from here on out. As usual, we like to keep you updated on news in our industry, our community, and around the world. News tends …
 
Welcome to episode 126 of People, Pets and Vets! Join us from fabulous fall Lawrenceville, GA! We'll talk about PAWfest and all the different breeds we saw there, and a seizure pet. We go into more details on seizures in pets and the 3 stages of a seizure. Lastly, we talk about pets and their anxiety struggles, the peloton discount for doctors, and…
 
Welcome to episode 125 of People, Pets and Vets! Join us from lovely fall weather Lawrenceville, GA! This week's episode is a continuation from last week with special guests Ronda and Amber. Listen in as they talk more about what they learned from AAHA Connexity. We'll also give some insight on the Joro spider invasion we have here in Georgia!…
 
While most of us were busy hoarding toilet paper or binge-watching Netflix, Grant Morgan was working on a plan to change the world. As co-founder and CEO of R-Zero, he's democratizing access to hospital-grade biosafety technologies, restoring trust in our common spaces and the organizations that operate them, and helping establish a new standard fo…
 
Welcome to Episode 121 of People, Pets, and Vets! Join us from lovely Lawrenceville, GA where we are finally entering fall weather and... football! We have Dr. Brian Yee as a special guest. Listen in as we get to know our newest Veterinarian.
 
Welcome to episode 120 of People, Pets, and Vets! Join us from Lawrenceville, GA where our mild summer is coming to an end. We'll talk about the rainy weather lately and what it has been causing for us. Dr. Miller reminds that as a pet owner gradual changes are hard to see, so always get your pet checked if you suspect something is off. We'll talk …
 
Welcome back for Episode 118! We hope you missed us during our 2-week break from some technical difficulties, but we are back from hot Lawrenceville, GA with some current news! COVID is back in the news so we will talk about the vaccine and current mask mandates. We'll talk about a current pet food recall and go over the many names from the company…
 
Today I have the great pleasure to be speaking Clutch Recruitment Founder and CEO, Jacob Hutcherson. In this podcast, Jacob lays out today's HOT Infection Prevention Job Market. Want to know specifics about salaries across the United States of America, Jacob fills you in. Happy where you are right now, but wondering if you are underpaid? Jacob walk…
 
Welcome to Episode 117 of People, Pets and Vets! Join us in rainy Lawrenceville, GA as we congratulate our staff for doing an amazing job during this busy time for all of our clinics. We'll speak on shark week and how crazy it is that sharks are very popular now. There is even an app to track sharks that have been tagged by researchers. ( Ocearch i…
 
Welcome to Episode 116 of People, Pets and Vets! Join us from humid, but green Lawrenceville, GA! We'll talk about how events like concerts, sporting events, etc are opening up again now that we are out of the quarantine part of covid. Expressing our frustrations with the decreased labor force and why businesses need to not use it as an excuse. Dr.…
 
Welcome to Episode 115 of People, Pets, and Vets! Happy Independence Day! We hope you and your pets had a safe holiday weekend. Listen along as we talk about scaly creatures like Dr. Miller's pet Soloman the snake and Monkey the bearded dragon of Apalachee Ridge. We'll dive into Dr. Miller's family trip to Belize where they snorkeled, hand-fished, …
 
Welcome to episode 114 of People, Pets & Vets! Join Angel in her solo episode this week while Dr. Miller and his family are on vacation in Belize. We can't wait for him to get back and share his experience. We'll talk about the crazy Michigan weather going on right now that encouraged the Governor of Michigan to declare a state of emergency. We'll …
 
Today's special guest is epidemiologist, Emily Rosenberg from Clorox Pro. She will be discussing Cleaning for Health! This show is for everyone! Topics covered are both in and out of healthcare settings. Connect with Emily Rosenberg: Emily.Rosenberg@clorox.com. Listen to all the podcasts: Infection Prevention Spotlight…
 
Welcome to the Research Behind Infection Prevention where Dr. Mohamed Yassin asks researchers tough questions. Today we are talking to Dr. Sarah Wheeler who has developed and validated antibody assays for SARS-CoV-2! If you ever had any questions about antibody testing, she explains it all. Stay tuned! Listen to all the podcasts - Infection Prevent…
 
Cambridge 105 Radio presenter Leigh Chambers interviewed psychiatrist Dr Muzaffer Kaser and occupational health nurse specialist Diane Hegley to find out more about CPFT's new Staff Mental Health Service for Mental Health Awareness Week 2021.NHS staff across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough can access this pioneering service run by CPFT providing sp…
 
Today we have the pleasure to hear from Prof. Dr. Sebastian Schulz-Stübner as he discusses his study on the role of faucet's aerator on drinking water contamination. We will also have a summary by Dr. Mohamed Yassin of the research from PharmD Alicia DeRosa- "Antimicrobial susceptibility trends for urinary isolates in the veteran population. " Toda…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of People, Pets & Vets! Listen in as we make our predictions for the Master's. In our Healthy Pet, Happy Life segment, we'll talk about flea and ticks and some of the nasty disease they can carry and transmit to your pets and so much more!
 
Today we have the pleasure to hear from Dr. Jordan Peccia as he discusses his study on the "Occurrence of Respiratory Viruses on School desks." We will also have a summary by Dr. Mohamed Yassin of the research from Dr. Danielle Durant- "Can Patient-Reported Room Cleanliness Measures Predict Hospital-Acquired C. difficile Infection?" Today’s podcast…
 
Dr. Natalia Blanco discusses the study from the University of Maryland conducted by her and her team and published in the March 2021 issue of AJIC: "Impact of a C. difficile infection (CDI) reduction bundle and its components on CDI diagnosis and prevention." This episode is brought to you by the American Journal of Infection Control (AJIC) and Inf…
 
Today I have the great pleasure to be speaking with Mr. Chris Boyd. Chris is the General Manager for Building Water Health, NSF Health Sciences. We are going to be discussing Legionnaires’ disease and why we all should be concerned and interested about water safety and emergency planning during this current health crisis. If you run a healthcare fa…
 
Today we have a real treat for you. We have the great fortune to be speaking with Rosie Bartel, survivor of a massive MRSA SSI infection. Rosie shares her story and shows us how one person can help change the behaviors of healthcare professionals to keep other patients safe. You won’t want to miss this. Contact Rosie Bartel to buy her book - bartel…
 
Join Dr. Mohamed Yassin and Kara Mullane as they interview Infection Prevention pioneer Dr. Elaine Larson. Listen in as she shares her personal journey over 50 years as a nurse and Infection Preventionist, the changes she's seen and what she sees ahead. This podcast is a collaboration between Infection Prevention Spotlight and the American Journal …
 
Michelle Nerandzic and Nancy Robinson from the STERIS corporation discuss their research findings on moisture left behind in endoscopes after cleaning and sterilization. We discuss the resulting infection risk and other patient safety issues. Join us! Find out more - September 2020 Issue American Journal of Infection Control Listen to all the podca…
 
Interview with Sue Barnes, RN, CIC, FAPIC Today we are discussing Mitigating the risk of Staphylococcus aureus healthcare associated infections. Patients with Staphylococcus aureus nasal colonization - both sensitive and resistant strains (MSSA) and (MRSA) - are at dramatically higher risk of peripheral and central line bloodstream infections along…
 
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