Thursday Morning Zone
Today’s Morning Zone Schedule includes:
7:07AM MDT: Early Bird Open Lines…Before you head off to work, call and talk with host Dave Chaffin on the issues you believe to be most important and effecting you. Call toll free at 1-888-503-6500, or locally at 307-632-6500 or 632-3323.
7:37AM MDT: Dr. Kate Tulenko, will guest to discuss Immigration – More than Menial Jobs – and that most people think of the immigration problem as the influx of lower level workers, like those from Mexico.Yet Americans are actually losing tens of thousands of six-figure jobs to “high-value immigrants,” especially those in the medical field. Dr. Kate Tulenko, will explain why every year we import foreigners for medical work, which takes jobs away from Americans and increases the unemployment rate, and how health- care reform is increasing the demand and salaries for doctors and nurses. Dr. Tulenko will also share why competition is fierce for getting into medical and nursing school, and why thousands more people apply to health professional schools than they can accommodate. Kate Tulenko, M.D., is a globally recognized expert on health professional education and job markets. She has spoken for universities, companies, and organizations like the World Health Organization, Rockefeller Foundation, and International Council of Nurses. Dr. Tulenko has been featured in the New York Times and on NPR and is the author of “Insourced: How Importing Jobs Impacts the Health Crisis Here and Abroad.”
8:07AM MDT: Dr. Margaret Cochran has been a long time friend of the program. Dr. Cochran is a transpersonal psychologist, licensed clinical social worker, educator and author with more than 30 years of clinical experience. She is most often described by her patients as tough, compassionate and smart. She has a provocative message on her answering machine: ” Who are you, what do you want and how and when can you be reached? If you know the answer to these seemingly simple questions, be joyful, because most of us spend our whole lives working on the answers.” She takes a prismatic approach to therapy saying “I see things as a whole and acknowledge the intricate value of the parts therein. In our culture, we tend to value the rational and linear ways of exploring and thinking about the world above all else. But our senses need not be limited to just perceiving the three dimensional, corporeal world. Science has shown that everything is made of energy which we receive and interpret at various levels and to varying degrees.”
9:07AM MDT: Open Lines…Again, your time to be our guest. 1-888-503-6500 or locally at 307-632-6500 or 632-3323.