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Eat, Sleep, Play - A Webinar For Busy People

Eat, Sleep, Play

Eat, Sleep, Play

Webinar

Eat, Sleep, Play - A Webinar For Busy People

In partnership with Wayne Memorial Hospital

Busy people often put their health on the backburner in an effort to save time.  However, for those of us living in this incredibly fast-paced world, a focus on wellness couldn't be more important for productivity. Nutrition, appropriate sleep, exercise and enjoying moments of play are all important ingredients to your overall health and quality of life. In this webinar, attendees will learn real strategies on how busy people can balance family life and work life while staying healthy. Join us in partnership with Wayne Memorial Hospital for our webinar and learn from expert panelists on sleep, nutrition, fitness, and play. If you don't put your health first, who will?

This webinar is open to the public and is appropriate for anyone who is constantly on the move, so please invite all the busy people in your life. Register for this webinar today!

Join us:
March 8, 2017 at 2 PM (EST) | 11 AM (PST)

All donations will benefit Wayne Memorial Hospital's Community Health Education programs. Wayne Memorial is a non-profit community hospital based in Honesdale. Some of its community health education programs include the Together for Health School Program for 7th and 9th graders, Rachel's Challenge and the In-School Winter Walking Program.

Interested in being in our live audience? Make sure to sign up below! All attendees will be notified of available seats at WVIA studios.

Meet The Panel

Linda Vose

Linda Vose

Registered Polysomnographic Technologist
“Sleep is biologically necessary for life.” – 2005 inaugural issue of The Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, US National Library of Medical Science, National Institutes of Health Linda Vose is a Registered Polysomnographic Technologist at Wayne Memorial Hospital’s Sleep Disorders Center and has more than 13 years of experience in sleep medicine. She recently received certification in Clinical Sleep Health (CCSH) as a Clinical Sleep Educator to enhance patient care with education and to promote the importance of good sleep habits to the community at large. Linda is also a Certified Respiratory Therapist (CRT) who worked primarily in home-care respiratory medicine before entering the field of sleep medicine. For the webinar, Linda will address “Sleep Deprivation and How to Fix It” with what she refers to as “proper sleep hygiene.” Linda works under the supervision of pulmonologist Sean McVeigh, MD, who is board-certified in Pulmonary Medicine.
Lisa Champeau

Lisa Champeau

Moderator
Lisa Champeau joined Wayne Memorial Health System, Honesdale, as its Public Relations Manager in 2003, after a successful career in journalism. She worked as an award-winning TV newscaster in New York City, Baltimore, Scranton and Binghamton. In addition, Lisa has published articles in The Chicago Tribune, San Francisco Magazine, Barron’s and for several online and on-air media outlets, including HBO and National Geographic Television. Born in New York, Lisa graduated from Northwestern University and went on to graduate school at New York University to pursue an MFA. In the 1990s, she spent one year “on sabbatical” from journalism, working as a communications director for an international relief agency, a job that took her to Sudan, Uganda, Kenya, Haiti and Poland. About the upcoming webinar: “I’m looking forward to fielding questions and hearing answers from experts on three of my favorite subjects,” says Lisa, “Eating, sleeping and playing!”
Joshua Heath

Joshua Heath

Outdoor Adventure Manager
Joshua Heath is a native Mainer and has 16 years of outdoor experience. He has worked for state and local parks in Maine for several seasons. He ran an adventure based aspirations program for middle school students prior to join the Outdoor Adventure team at The Lodge At Woodloch, a destination spa in 2010. Josh holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Park Management from Unity College in Unity, ME. Josh spent his childhood in the western Maine Mountains, so it is just comes natural to spend his time enjoying and learning about the forests of northeast Pennsylvania. He has become very fond of forest bathing and fly fishing. He really enjoys a Japanese style of fly fishing known as Tenkara. He enjoys ice fishing, snowshoeing, camping, canoeing, geocaching, gardening, and making maple syrup. He spends as much of his free time with his two children exploring the outdoors and introducing them to the natural wonders it can offer. He has a job that lets him play most of the time and a passion for it!
Erin Tiffany

Erin Tiffany

Dietitian-Nutritionist
Since 2006, Erin Tiffany has been guiding others through the jungle of nutrition and food science. As a Clinical Dietitian, Erin has worked at Baylor and Geisinger, educating and training hospital staff around the country, participating in research and managing patient diets. Erin's work and research has been published in the Journal of American Dietetic Association and she currently teaches group nutrition education with an emphasis on healthy eating habits and lifestyle changes. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics from Iowa State University, is a Registered Dietitian by the American Dietetic Association, a Certified Nutrition Support Clinician and a Licensed Dietitian-Nutritionist (LDN), by the Commonwealth of PA Department of State. As a mother of two and a professional, Erin knows the struggle of balancing wellness practices. She is excited to share her expertise in "Eat" during AMSkier's "Eat, Sleep, Play" webinar!


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