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Opioid Crisis Night - Shared screen with speaker view
jessicamitchell
39:12
Yes we don’t see your face
Carol Landis
39:38
It’s screen-sharing at “Adult Years” OK.
Samantha Peterson
39:54
continue ❤️
Steve McCluer
01:22:53
that was beautiful, Sandee
Katrina Thomas
01:23:00
Thanks so much Sandee for being so transparent in your story and your challenge to be compassionate.
Prof. Concilio
01:23:04
Thank you for sharing your heart with us Sandee, you are amazing
Alyssa Gines
01:23:21
Thank you so much for sharing your story <3
jessicamitchell
01:23:22
Thank you SO much Sandee!
Sarah Faucheux
01:23:25
Thank you for being so vulnerable and sharing your story with us
Kia & Andrea
01:23:40
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Mariana Delgadillo
01:23:47
Thank you for sharing your story and being so vulnerable <3
Jennifer Rogale
01:23:52
Thank you Sandee for your heartfelt and tremendously informative story. Nursing students, I Pray you listen with your heart and reach out to Sandee. What a difference you may make.
Lea Langer
01:23:53
His story will not be forgotten, thank you
Prof. Concilio
01:23:56
Brian, I know you are not with us, but you have taught me how to be a better nurse. Thank you.
Karla
01:24:12
Thank you Sandee ❤
David HOBBS
01:24:39
A powerful presentation Full of compassion and wisdom Thank you Sandee
Carol Landis
01:25:21
I can’t imagine. It’s so hard to acknowledge how the addiction and brain activity override intentions and the intellectual aspects. Addiction and literal “need” is so hard for the rest of us to understand.
Anna Citrino
01:26:07
Such a moving talk. Thank you for the way you’ve inspired us to recognize how presence we bring speaks through all we do.
Claire Denny
01:26:18
Thank you so much for sharing with us all
David HOBBS
01:27:16
I do wish that we could get the producers of the drugs could be required to provide the funds needed to treat those who become addicted to them.
danica chun
01:33:06
I really enjoyed how you mentioned that compassion does not need to be the “sweet and syrupy” version we typically think of. We can care in our own ways. The only thing that matters is that we do have care and compassion, no matter how we express it.
Prof. Concilio
01:35:04
Tort Reform is needed to help begin to reform the legal aspect of addiction. A “tort” is a non-criminal (civil) wrong that involves an injury – physical, mental, or monetary – that is caused either through purposeful or negligent conduct. Sandee is speaking about the lack of executive function as a consequence to addiction. THIS IS KNOWN and NURSING must be a part of the conversation at the legislative level. We need RNs in the Senate and House of Reps and at the Capital!
Gabriel Velasco
01:35:15
Thank you so much for enlightening us and sharing his story <3
Carol Landis
01:37:04
We need decision-makers who value evidence and the research process. People with that expertise need to speak out, forcefully, on behalf of those of us who want better policies but don’t have the expertise.
Prof. Concilio
01:37:29
Well said Ms. Landis!
Carol Landis
01:38:16
Thank you ever so much for sharing this story to help others learn.
Anna Citrino
01:39:01
Our stories and lives ripple into each other’s. Your story shows this. Thank you.