Comments from Seminars:
Letter From ERSD Network 13, Rachell M. Valadez, RN
"Dear Ms. Spaeth,
This letter is to thank-you for your presentation as a presenter at the Network 13 Fall 2006 Mentoring
Workshop...recently, in Little Rock, AR. We are pleased to report that your presentation was well received and enjoyed greatly
by the participants.
Your presentation, 'How to Help Patients Live Long and Live Well: Lessons from Life Options', helped
us see things in a different perspective and appreciate life as seen though a patient's eyes. Your engaging presentation technique
makes it easy to "listen and learn" from your talks. Your materials were helpful and by reviewing the evaluations it was very
obvious that attendees felt the same way. Your time and expertise is appreciated. It was a pleasure to meet you.
Please find a copy of......speaker-specific comments for your reference:
Very good speaker!
Very empowering. I'm very much a patient advocate and now I feel that I have more to
share with my clients.
Very informative, held my attention, gave good information in relationship to work.
Most informative and enjoyable talk of the day. I really enjoyed her; I wish every patient could
The most interesting talk, very down to earth yet profound.
Awesome. Wish I had a patient like that!
Very interesting, loved this speaker. Real life!!
Wish more patients could hear her speak.
Very touching presentation.
More personal stories like Nancy's helps learn the information better because we can apply to
Wonderful speaker, excellent, enjoyed!!!
Very helpful and motivational, great presentation."
Comments from other talks:
"Excellent presenter. Would like to hear her again on a related
"Very good information."
"She's an amazing speaker. So inspirational."
"Great motivational speaker! I really enjoyed the presentation."
"Thanks, I love kidneyschool.org."
"Wow - what an inspiration and a great speaker."
"In your talk about helping kidney patients with
rehabilitation, you also motivated me to go home and begin an exercise program!"
"When you say "no", you mean "think of another way to
accomplish your needs, don't stop looking for better solutions to a problem."
Janice, a nurse who works with Nancy