Health care professions distinct from dentistry, nursing, medicine, and pharmacy
Our efforts to provide excellent, compassionate treatment for our patients can open huge doors to address their spiritual needs. This session will provide an introduction to the CMDA "Faith Prescriptions" video series, a collection of 25 episodes created to equip and inspire us to communicate the love of Christ to our patients with sensitivity and respect.
This session will be a quick review of common treatments for worms, Chagas disease, Human African Trypanosomiasis and leishmaniasis which are all parasites more common outside of the United States. However with a recent increase in immigrants they are becoming more common in some parts of the United States. The brief discussion of the treatment of each of these infections will include medications, dosing, side effects and monitoring.
The fecal transplant article referred to: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4438885/ Website referred to about hydrotherapy: https://www.hydro4covid.com/ -Dr. Seheult is currently an Associate Clinical Professor at the University of California, Riverside School of Medicine and an Assistant Clinical Professor at the School of Medicine and Allied Health at Loma Linda University. Dr. Seheult is quadruple board-certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Diseases, Critical Care Medicine and Sleep Medicine through the American Board of Internal Medicine Dr. Seheult current practice is in Beaumont, California where he is a critical care physician, pulmonologist, and sleep physician at Beaver Medical Group. He was formerly the Director for Intensive Care Services at San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital. He lectures routinely across the country at conferences and for medical, PA, and RT societies. In addition to being a preceptor for PA and medical students, Dr. Seheult was the Medical Director for the Physician Assistant Sciences Program at Loma Linda University, the Medical Director for a sleep lab, and the Medical Director for the Crafton Hills College Respiratory Care Program. His teaching experience goes back to his college days at the University of California, Riverside where he was a tutor in physics and chemistry, and graduated Magna Cum Laude with majors in Chemistry and Biology. He later honed his skills teaching the MCAT, DAT, and USMLE for Kaplan test prep. After graduating from the Loma Linda University School of Medicine in 2000, he completed a residency in Internal Medicine, a chief residency at the Riverside County Regional Medical Center, and a fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Loma Linda University. Dr. Seheult is also the co-founder of MedCram videos on YouTube (over 1 million subscribers) and Medcram.com a continuing medical education website. Because of the pandemic and the lack of quality therapeutics available early on, Dr. Seheult has delved into the science of immunity and immune building to fight COVID-19. Dr. Seheult is on the front line as he sees and treats COVID-19 patients. His passion is to arm us with knowledge in that battle of this pandemic and for future. Dr. Seheult's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/Medcram/featured
This week is a rerun of another great episode, this time around with Kate Hunter in Episode 229. Kate made her podcast debut in this episode, where she shares her experiences and insights while working at Cliniko. You'll hear Kate discuss how she got into working at Cliniko, where she interestingly started out as a photographer, as well as her insights into what it's like working in a fully-remote team. She explains why Cliniko is more open than the average workplace, how they leverage their remoteness, and how the pandemic rapidly changed things for the company. Kate also shares the results of Cliniko's Allied Health Survey, including key aspects she noticed. Topics covered on rapid growth, working remotely, and Allied Health trends: How the pandemic changed things and affected business growth, and why Cliniko is more open than the average workplace. What it's like working with a fully remote team, handling an ever-expanding team, and leveraging their remoteness to their advantage. Kate's key findings from the Cliniko survey, and the importance of making the results practical and easy to read. Resources Mentioned Survey results part 1: https://www.cliniko.com/blog/news/cliniko-2021-survey-results-part-1/ Survey results part 2: https://www.cliniko.com/blog/news/cliniko-2021-survey-results-part-2/ Connect with Cliniko and Kate Visit Cliniko's Website Follow Kate on Twitter Connect with Kate on LinkedIn Connect with Nacre Consulting: Join the Accelerator Mastermind Complete the Allied Health Biz Quiz Let's connect on Instagram Follow us on Facebook Let's connect on LinkedIn Join our Facebook Group online community More about The Private Practice Made Perfect Show: The Private Practice Made Perfect podcast is a much loved conversation for those wanting to hear real life Australian Allied Health business stories, adventures and the occasional confession. The outstanding guest list includes business owners and wonderful small business supporters such as accountants, marketers, bookkeepers, IT wizards, virtual assistants, lawyers and more. As you know, it takes a village to run a business. Cathy gathers the tribe, captures the collective wisdom and conveniently delivers it to your earbuds. All episodes are chatty, honest and practical… warning… we often stray from the topic, talk of wine and laugh loudly. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A medical practitioner panel from the CMDA Commission on Human Trafficking will discuss indicators of human trafficking in adults and children, root causes of exploitation, the effects of the pandemic, and tools healthcare providers can use to identify and treat victims.
This week is a rerun of a popular episode with Sarah Teoh – Director of Look Who's Talking. She discusses team spirit and culture, sharing advice on how to create a positive team energy, as well as how an increasing team impacts operations and culture. Sarah then speaks in-depth about professional resilience, including why it's one of the biggest missing skills in the Allied Health industry. You'll also hear Sarah share her thoughts on what she thinks the Allied Health industry has not done well with retention, and ways to improve. Other topics include learning how to establish professional boundaries, investing in workplace culture, and her projections for the future of Allied Health. Topics covered on team culture, professional resilience, and the Allied Health industry: How to foster a positive team energy, the traits she looks for when hiring, and the importance of investing in workplace culture. Questioning what you consider as professional resilience, establishing professional boundaries, and why it's one of the biggest missing skills. Maintaining a work-style and lifestyle flexibility, retention in the Allied Health industry, and her future projections. Connect with Sarah Teoh Visit Sarah's Website Follow Sarah on Instagram (@look_whos_talking_therapy) Connect with Sarah on Facebook Connect with Sarah on LinkedIn (Clinic LinkedIn) Connect with Nacre Consulting: Join the Accelerator Mastermind Complete the Allied Health Biz Quiz Let's connect on Instagram Follow us on Facebook Let's connect on LinkedIn Join our Facebook Group online community More about The Private Practice Made Perfect Show: The Private Practice Made Perfect podcast is a much loved conversation for those wanting to hear real life Australian Allied Health business stories, adventures and the occasional confession. The outstanding guest list includes business owners and wonderful small business supporters such as accountants, marketers, bookkeepers, IT wizards, virtual assistants, lawyers and more. As you know, it takes a village to run a business. Cathy gathers the tribe, captures the collective wisdom and conveniently delivers it to your earbuds. All episodes are chatty, honest and practical… warning… we often stray from the topic, talk of wine and laugh loudly.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This session focuses on women on mission and will highlight the role of women on mission, the challenges faced and some ways to overcome these challenges. Examples of women on mission in the past as well as present day experiences will be used to bring to life the opportunities and the difficulties as well as the great joys of a woman on mission.
In today's uncertain world, patients are dealing with more and more stress and anxiety that ultimately impacts their health. Patients sometimes have "hidden unhealed triggers" that can lead to physical impairments. III John 2 states "Above all brethren, I desire you to prosper and be in Health, even as your soul prospers." In this session, the participant will learn how to "tend to their souls" and learn to identify areas of brokenness that patients are dealing with such that they are equipped to help patients tend to their souls, in an effort to propagate physical, emotional and spiritual health.