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Improve your knowledge about organ, tissue and eye donation as your hosts Lori Steele, Sara Blakemore, and Joey Boudreaux have entertaining and informative conversations about donation. We address donation in the news, myths about donation, what's new in the community, new technologies, special guest interviews and much more.
 
Suggested Donation is a podcast devoted to the arts in all forms. Hosted by two contemporary painters, Tony Curanaj and Edward Minoff, the conversations provide an insight into the creative mind. By speaking with both traditional and non-traditional artists and craftsmen, curators and restorers, we create a dialog through which we discover common ground across disciplines and spaces united by a love of and deep devotion to skill.
 
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Show Notes: 37 million people suffer from chronic kidney disease in the United States. We welcome Monica Fox, a previous guest on episode 110 and Director of Outreach for National Kidney Foundation of Illinois. Monica is the host of a new podcast, The Journey Continues. The podcast is committed to promoting kidney health and organ donation through …
 
Show Notes: November is Eye Donation Month, and we are celebrating with two guests to this episode. First, Eye Bank Association of America's President and CEO, Kevin Corcoran joins the conversation to detail how COVID has impacted eye donation and transplantation in the last year. Then, Melissa St. Pierre, cornea recipient and volunteer for Baton R…
 
Show Notes: On this episode we welcome Heather Thomson, an adored reality star from the hit Bravo Network reality series, The Real Housewives of New York City. She is also a successful entrepreneur, podcaster and has a son who is a liver recipient. Her son, Jax, received his gift of life at the tender age of 3 months old. Heather gets raw and real,…
 
Show Notes: How does COVID-19 impact donation? Can I still be a donor if I've had COVID-19? We welcome Dr. Jonathan Hand, who is the Medical Director of the Transplant Infectious Diseases Program at Ochsner Medical Center and LOPA’s Associate Medical Director. Dr. Hand breaks down all things related to COVID: vaccines, the best sources for accurate…
 
Suggested Donation sits down with the great artist and teacher Kamille Corry. We really enjoyed our time chatting about Kamille's amazing art, teaching, and living the artist lifestyle. Enjoy!โดย suggested donation podcast
 
Show Notes: Paul Cardall is a Dove Award winning pianist with 11 Billboard #1 albums and over 3 billion streams globally. He was also born with only half a heart. Paul had several near-death experiences and eventually was able to receive a heart transplant in 2009. He is a survivor that infuses his music with a vibrant appreciation for life and a d…
 
Show Notes: Mark Scotch rode a bicycle across the US to raise awareness for living kidney donation and registration as an organ, tissue and eye donor, and now he's right here on episode 169 to share the details of his journey. We welcome Mark along with his wife, Lynn, and his kidney voucher recipient, Hugh Smith, to hear their update. Sara leads a…
 
Show Notes: We welcome the Executive Director of The Alliance, Kerri Hobson-Pape, to learn about their 'All Teach, All Learn' style of collaboration to facilitate the sharing of professional best practices related to organ donation and transplantation. Sara leads us through a discussion on the myths of happiness. We honor Ivana Butler and answer yo…
 
Show Notes: We welcome Brandi Zofkie, a director with Lung Bioengineering, for a fascinating discussion about their lung perfusion system and the personal passion that fuelled founder Martine Rothblatt. Hear how their focus on lung transplantation innovation and technology is striving to change the culture of the transplant world. Sara explores how…
 
Show Notes: Our hosts have a fun and informative conversation with Lana Stevens. Lana is a community educator for LOPA and the co-host for NOLA Hawts, a podcast focused on Congenital Heart Defects (CHD) and all that goes with it. Lana was inspired to use the podcast medium after seeing how The Gifted Life helped educate and inspire the donation & t…
 
Show Notes: We welcome Diane Jackson from The Slone Group for a conversation about the importance of equity, diversity and inclusion in organ donation policy as well as in the culture of organ procurement organizations. Nila Schwab, a Provisional Licensed Professional Counselor, offers some advice about the resistance to change and how to recognize…
 
Show Notes: We welcome back Howl the Owl author Brenda Cortez, we first spoke with her in episode 115. Brenda has written a new book, Because of Donation, which is a curated collection of inspiring stories about organ donation. She is joined on this episode by Brittany Elliser, mom to liver recipient Briggs. Their family’s story is one of 25 storie…
 
Show Notes: The gift of life can inspire and motivate people to reach for the stars. In this episode, we connect with musician Althea Grace, whose toddler daughter Lennon is not only a liver recipient, but also her songwriting inspiration. We learned about their story on American Idol, where Althea was a contestant and are excited to share their jo…
 
Show Notes: We welcome a young man who's transplantation journey has become his professional inspiration. Liver recipient, William Porter, tells us about his road to receiving the gift of life and how it influenced his career path and inspired the creation of Operation Impact. Then we offer some tips for coping with despair, answer your question an…
 
Doneer voor een LGBTI Friendly School Ranking in België op forbidden-colours.com/education. Onze gast in deze podcast is Fleur Pierets. Fleur is LGBTIQ-activiste en auteur van onder andere kinderboeken. Als kunstenaarskoppel waren Fleur Pierets en Julian Boom in 2017 aan een bijzonder project begonnen: ze zouden in meer dan 20 landen symbolisch tro…
 
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