Media reviews and Interviews

Gotta Crow!

Posted by on Mar 6, 2012 in General Information, Media reviews and Interviews | 0 comments

“7 Traps” article picked up by Reuters     click here for Reuters article    Hello healthcare leaders everywhere, Attending the California Action Coalition (a group of  healthcare leaders) seminar today, the same day as the article about my healthcare speakers video series hits the press in > 2000 newspapers and media outlets! This is fortuitous and accidental timing, as the need for healthcare leaders to hone their critical speaking skills is never more paramount than now! The California Action Coalition is the first inter professional state group (funded by Robert...

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Candy Co Hosts Talk Show

Posted by on Nov 5, 2010 in Announcements, General Information, March of Dimes, Media reviews and Interviews | 0 comments

November Is National Prematurity Awareness Month Greetings all~ Kicking off National Prematurity Awareness Month as media spokesperson for the March of Dimes in Northern CA,  Candy the Nurse was pleased to co – host  the Morning in Sonoma (2 hour!) talk- radio show with Ken Brown on Nov 1st. Co Hosting The Morning Show 91.3 FM My first guest was parent of preemie twins (and March of Dimes local representative), Jody Olney, whose micropreemie twins were born  < 2 lbs. at 25ish weeks. The interview will be available here as a podcast in a few days—keep checking back. Thanks...

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New Review For Micropremature Babies Film

Posted by on Oct 29, 2010 in Announcements, Media reviews and Interviews | 0 comments

Here’s a new review for the film. Thanks to our friends at Cinesource ! Check them out: http://cinesourcemagazine.com Blogger-at-Large Overlooked & Underrated Docs & Features Micropremature Babies: How Low Can You Go? Get out your handkerchiefs. Produced and directed by San Francisco Bay Area writer/actress/teacher Candace Campbell, “Micropremature Babies” (http://peripateticproductions.com) introduces us to the world of premature births, as of circa 2003. Campbell interviews mothers, parents and healthcare professionals about their experience of taking care of...

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New Review for “I Was a Preemie”

Posted by on Apr 12, 2010 in Media reviews and Interviews | 0 comments

Hello bloggers, Another review to share with you about the latest book, Good Things Come In Small Packages (I Was A Preemie) from the Oregonian reporter (and mom of former preemie), Amy Wang. Book review: ‘Good Things Come in Small Packages: I Was a Preemie’ By Amy Wang, The Oregonian April 08, 2010, 4:18PM View full sizePeripatetic ProductionsHere’s a relative rarity: a book written specifically for children who were born prematurely.  “Good Things Come in Small Packages” (Peripatetic Publishing, 28 pages, $14.95) was the idea ofCandy Campbell, a Portland native and...

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Another Article in Nurseweek Magazine and Nurse.com

Posted by on Jan 30, 2010 in Media reviews and Interviews | 2 comments

Hello out there in Blogland~ Super news this month! The good folks at Nurseweek magazine (Nurse.com online) have written another article featuring yours truly. This one is about our newest website and the latest book, Good Things Come in Small Packages (I Was A Preemie). (Special shout-out of thanks to Laura Stakal!) Read below or click here to see the whole issue: http://news.nurse.com/article/20100111/CA02/101110037 Nurse Continues Mission With Next Book A nurse with a passion for writing has launched a new Web   site, which spreads the message of her nursing mission. Candy Campbell,...

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More Kudos for Micropremature Babies Film

Posted by on Nov 25, 2009 in Media reviews and Interviews | 1 comment

Happy Thanksgiving, All! This year is flying by, as opportunities for speaking/writing accelerate over here. The latest film review is from another professional source, the Journal of Neonatal Nursing. The reviewer writes, “…this video is an excellent source for parents to find hope in shared experiences.  By watching this film, parents new to dealing with prematurity could encounter a little less fear in the whirlwind of decisions and procedures.  Hearing that at least one family struggled to bond through the tangle of wires and tubes, or another mother suffered by not being able...

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