About Me: Female, 60, Lafayette, CA, member since Mar 2010
I am an RN with many interests such as sailing, swimming, hiking & traveling. I love animals & am an active participant in all areas of Animal Rights & Humane Treatment of Animals & many organizations that support this cause. I am a Cerified Legal Nurse Conulstant & a
[More] Professional Nurse Auditor. I love research & I love teaching. I have a BSN in Nursing from Florida State University (Tallahassee, FL) & a Professional Clear CA Teaching Credential in Health Sciences & Multiple Subjects (Grades K-12) from St. Marys College Graduate School of Education (Moraga, CA). I would like to be connected here mainly to have a link for questions that come up for myself as a person who has had Heart Failure & Idiopathic Cardiomyopathy in 2005. For my own health and for possibly the patients I may care for in the future with this samed condition, I want to stay on top of Current Management for Heart Failure/ICDM (Idiopathic Dilated Cardiomyopathy).
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