Starting off Season 3 of the 7 Jars Of Hot Pickled Peppers Podcast, Christine discusses a personal setback that she encountered in January when she had another stroke just weeks before her planned return to work. Listen in as Christine discusses the impacts that having another stoke has had on her, but of course her resilience shines through. Check this episode out.
Our last installment for Season 2!! The 7 Jars team talks about the rollercoaster ride, coming to the end of two seasons. Our guest this episode is Kevin Jackson. We reminisce anything and everything from favourites, to what we learned, what inspired us and even our favorite joke so far. Check it out!
In this episode Christine interviews Dr Thomas Jeerakithil of Edmonton's University of Alberta Hospital, specific to the CT Ambulance project and the positive outcomes for patients that are possible for a vehicle used in this manner. This is yet another amazing Alberta Health Services initiative.
In this episode, Christine interviews two amazing guests: Dr. Ardelle Ries, and Dr. Roger Admiral, professors of Music at the University of Alberta Augustana Campus. The doctors run an all inclusive choir that involves people from many backgrounds. Have a listen, it is incredible, inspiring, and provides a venue for all to reap the benefits gained through singing! Check it out!
In this episode, Christine interviews Recreation Therapist Kristine Smith from the Camrose Hospital. They discuss the benefits of recreation and how participation in recreation that appeals to you, can have a positive impact on happiness, joy, and in achieving therapy goals. Check it out!
In this episode Christine explores the benefits of quilting for home based therapy. This episodes guest is Gloria Bolivar, a nurse by trade, mother, wife, and terrific quilting instructor. Check it out and you will see that you can't eat an elephant in one go, you have to have a little bites at a time.
Listen in as return guest Cami Duva, Nurse Practitioner, describes the various types of stroke people experience. Check it out.
Christine interviews Crystal Phillips of the Branch Out Neurological Foundation in Calgary about her 13 year journey from being an Olympic hopeful for Speed Skating to being diagnosed with MS. She has chosen a non-pharmaceutical recovery path which has halted the effects of her condition. Crystal's story is amazing, check it out!!