Middlesex Update with Marian Ryan

Most Recent Episode Middlesex Update with District Attorney Marian Ryan: 01/12/17 - Safe Sleep

Marian discusses the topic of Safe Sleep for newborns and infants with experts Anne Armstrong (Nurse Manager - Special Care Nursery, Winchester Hospital), Rick Barry (Director of Operations, Trinity EMS), and Julie Reddy (Systems Specialist and Trainer, Institute for Health and Recovery). Filmed in Studio A at the Belmont Media Center.

Episodes

Middlesex Update with District Attorney Marian Ryan: 01/12/17 - Safe Sleep

Marian discusses the topic of Safe Sleep for newborns and infants with experts Anne Armstrong (Nurse Manager - Special Care Nursery, Winchester Hospital), Rick Barry (Director of Operations, Trinity EMS), and Julie Reddy (Systems Specialist and Trainer, Institute for Health and Recovery). Filmed in Studio A at the Belmont Media Center.

Middlesex Update with Marian Ryan: 09/26/16 - Back to School Safety

The topic is Back to School Safety. Joining District Attorney Marian Ryan to discuss are William Taylor, Chief of Police in Lowell, MA; Rebecca Mooney, Executive Director of Melrose Alliance Against Violence, and Christine Healey, Director of Community Relations for Lahey Health.
Recorded 9/26/16

Middlesex Update with Marian Ryan: 07/20/16 - Summer Safety

Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan discusses Summer Safety issues including Water Safety, Window Safety, and Car Safety with James McIntrye, Stoneham Chief of Police; Lucienne Sanchez, Newborn specialist and M.D.; and Adam Rodgers, Executive Director of Boys & Girls Clubs of Stoneham and Wakefield.

Middlesex Update with Marian Ryan: 04/11/16 - Teen Dating

District Attorney Marian Ryan speaks with teens in the Middlesex Partnerships For Youth group about the series of videos they produced about Healthy Relationships, Controlling Behavior, Breaking Up, Sexting, and others.

Middlesex Update with Marian Ryan: 01/22/16 - Workplace Safety

Workplace Safety: The Importance of Prevention through Preparedness.
Joining Middlesex DA Marian Ryan are
Chief Richard Smith, Wakefield Police Department and Keith Jones, Director of Corporate Security, The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory.

Middlesex Update with Marian Ryan: 11/23/15 - Opioid Abuse

Featured guests: Dr. Brian O’Connor, President of Middlesex Recovery PC; Chief Michael Murphy of the North Reading Police Department; State Senator Jason Lewis, Chair Joint Committee on Public Health.

Middlesex Update: 03/26/15 - Infant Safe Sleep Awareness

District Attorney Ryan focuses on Infant Safe Sleep Awareness with guests:
Daniel Witkowski-MD, Hallmark Health System; Lucienne S. Sanchez-MD, Mount Auburn Hospital; Sharon L. Fitzpatrick-RN, Winchester Hospital.

Middlesex Update with Marian Ryan: 01/21/15 - Elder Abuse

Recognizing and Responding to Elder Abuse:
This episode explores the problem of elder abuse from the perspective of three experts in the field: a protective services worker, a healthcare executive, and a social science researcher.

In addition, District Attorney Ryan discusses the Middlesex Senior Health and Safety Initiative, a partnership with Armstrong Ambulance to protect seniors from abuse and exploitation.

Middlesex Update with Marian Ryan: 06/24/14 - Empowering Girls

Empowering Girls through Women’s Leadership:
District Attorney Marian Ryan discusses her Empowering Girls program, a county-wide initiative that reaches hundreds of middle school and high school girls annually in the 54 towns and cities of Middlesex County.

Three prominent women leaders discuss their personal journeys and their work to empower young girls:

Helen Drinan, President of Simmons College, Judge Roanne Sragow, First Justice of Cambridge District Court, and Georgianna Meléndez, Executive Director of Commonwealth Compact, an organization that promotes diversity and inclusion across the state.

Middlesex Update with Marian Ryan: 04/10/14 - Domestic Violence Awareness Training

In her debut show, Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan discusses her Domestic Violence Awareness training program: Cut It Out, with community partners: Dr. Judith Klimkiewicz, Superintendent for the Nashoba Valley Technical School District; Angela Watson, Director of Public and Media Relations for Empire Beauty School; and Ken Davis, owner of Davis Hairdressing in Newton.

Ryan developed Cut It Out in towns across Middlesex County through the creation of public-private partnerships.