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Study says food addiction is real, Tylenol and acetaminophen get a new warning, healthcare decision-making for same-sex couples, and we’ll take a look at first aid and healthcare education in parts of Africa with our interview segment this week. If that’s what you’re looking for, you found it. It’s the Nursing Show.

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Welcome to the Show


Jerry Barrett, Paramedic, Educator

Well good day and welcome to this episode of the Nursing Show. I’m your host Jamie Davis. I’m looking forward to this week’s episode. There is a great episode coming up for you this week, including a news item that might have you thinking about how you deal with healthcare information and same-sex couples. Then I have a special crossover interview segment with Paramedic and health care educator Jerry Barrett from Australia, as he relates his experience teaching healthcare professionals in Africa. We’ll have all of that and more later on in this episode of the Nursing Show.

Before that, though, I’d like you to follow up on all of the information in this episode. Take a moment to visit and click the link for Shownotes at the top of the page. It will take you right to the most recent episode. Scroll down there and find all of the previous episodes. Follow-up on the links for the news items as well as all of the additional resource links that go with the tips of the week and interview segments. All of that is there for you at Make sure you take advantage of that information.

If you want to get back in touch with me, please drop me an email. You can send those e-mails in to I love to hear from you and I make sure I respond back to every email that comes in. Send me links to news items you’d like me to cover, interview suggestions with you or somebody you know. Whatever the case may be, keep those e-mails coming. That’s it. I will have more contact information coming up later on in this episode but I guess we’ll go ahead and get on to the rest of the show as we get ready for this week’s news. Don’t forget to check out and support our sponsors and tell them you heard about them here on the Nursing Show.



Junk food activates the same region of brain as hard drugs

Tylenol to Come With New Warning

IRS Ruling On Same-Sex Couples Has Implications For Health Law


Tip of the Week – Emergency Care in Africa with Paramedic Jerry Barrett

In the tip of the week this week, I bring you a crossover segment from the MedicCast with an interview I did with Australian paramedic Jerry Barrett. Jerry traveled to Tanzania in Africa recently and worked teaching first aid and training emergency responders and nurses there to take care of their patients. I think this is a great look at other disciplines educating people across the health care spectrum to do a better job. This is part one of that interview segment with Jerry. Check it out!

Links –

Jerry Barrett on Facebook

Extreme Medical (Jerry Barrett’s Website)

Jerry’s Prior Tactical EMS Interview


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Wrap Up

Digital_Globe_smThat’s going to wrap up this week’s show. I want to thank all of you for checking out the Nursing Show this week and urge you to follow up on the information you heard in this episode by heading over to and checking out the show notes link at the top of the page. In there are the listings for all of the episode show notes for the Nursing Show from the most recent episode all the way back to episode one. Get the full information there so you can understand how to apply what you hear on the show to your own nursing practice or studies.

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That’s it for me. I’m your host, Jamie Davis. I’ll be back soon with more episodes from the Nursing Show, out here every Friday for you to wrap up your week. In the meantime, please remember to stay safe and stay tuned here to the Nursing Show.

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