Gladys McGarey: The Well-Lived Life Gladys McGarey is 102 years old and a still-practicing doctor. Recognized as a pioneer of the allopathic and holistic medical movements, she is also a founding diplomat of the American Board of Holistic Medicine. She is the cofounder and past president of the American Holistic Medical Association, as well as the cofounder of the Academy of Parapsychology and Medicine and the founder of The International Academy of Clinical Hypnosis. Gladys lives and works in Scottsdale, Arizona, where for many years she shared a medical practice with her daughter. She currently has a medical consulting practice, maintains a healthy diet, and enjoys a good piece of cake every now and then. She has spoken at TEDx and is the author of The Well-Lived Life: A 102-Year Old Doctor's Six Secrets to Health and Happiness at Any Age*. Our efforts in leadership development, personal growth, or getting better at anything, are all about starting. In this conversation, Gladys and I discuss the critical nature of movement in our lives and work. We also explore how to identify where to start and why it's more about beginning that finishing. Key Points All life needs to move. If we're not moving, we can't function. Stuckness is an illusion. If we know what to look for, movement is all around us and within us. A flashlight in the dark can only see a few steps ahead — but that's enough to move in the right direction and begin seeing more. Look for the trickle around the dam. Noticing where movement already is will often be the starting point to go further. Doctors don't heal patients, only patients can heal themselves. Pay attention to beginning instead of finishing. Resources Mentioned The Well-Lived Life: A 102-Year Old Doctor's Six Secrets to Health and Happiness at Any Age* by Gladys McGarey Interview Notes Download my interview notes in PDF format (free membership required). Related Episodes How to Tame Your Inner Critic, with Tara Mohr (episode 232) Leadership Means You Go First, with Keith Ferrazzi (episode 488) How to Make Progress When Starting Something New, with Michael Bungay Stanier (episode 562) Discover More Activate your free membership for full access to the entire library of interviews since 2011, searchable by topic. To accelerate your learning, uncover more inside Coaching for Leaders Plus.
Eye physician and surgeon, Chris A. Knobbe, MD, had been in practice nearly 20 years when, in 2013, he asked himself the question, “Could macular degeneration be a ‘Westernized disease'? Could AMD be a disease that is the result of a Westernized diet?” That question would forever change his life. Dr. Knobbe began his practice of ophthalmology in 1994, after completing his residency training at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, in Denver, Colorado, USA. He was certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology in 1997 and has remained board-certified since then. You can find Chris on https://www.cureamd.org/. Timestamps: 00:00 Trailer 01:05 Introduction 04:29 Highly processed vegetable oils are problematic 08:36 Percent of calories from vegetable oils in our diet 11:54 Problems with oxidized omega-6 fatty acids 16:06 Accumulation of fatty acids 20:19 Minimum threshold where omega-6 problematic 23:29 Can we remove omega-6 fatty acids from our cells? 26:28 Replacing saturated fats with vegetable oils 30:00 Coronary heart disease in Egyptian mummies 35:27 Constraints with nutritional studies 37:59 Macular degeneration and seed oils 42:59 Is early stage macular degeneration reversible? 46:48 Soy products in food chain 52:01 Worst vegetable oils 54:18 Use of sugar in studies 57:21 Processed food and vegetable oils 59:25 Obesity and vegetable oils 61:13 Vegetable oils and mental health 64:13 Closing See open positions at Revero: https://jobs.lever.co/Revero/ Join Carnivore Diet for a free 30 day trial: https://carnivore.diet/join/ Book a Carnivore Coach: https://carnivore.diet/book-a-coach/ Carnivore Shirts: https://merch.carnivore.diet Subscribe to our Newsletter: https://carnivore.diet/subscribe/ . #revero #shawnbaker #Carnivorediet #MeatHeals #HealthCreation #humanfood #AnimalBased #ZeroCarb #DietCoach #FatAdapted #Carnivore #sugarfree
Sponsored by the American Heart Association Center for TelehealthIn this episode, David McSwain, M.D., chief medical informatics officer at UNC Health, and Craig Beam, president of Beam & Associates and chief financial officer of Worksite Labs, discuss the research landscape regarding telehealth, the data on integrating this service into clinical care, and how telehealth research can be put into practice.This episode is sponsored by the Intelligo Professional Educational Hub™ powered by the American Heart Association Center for Telehealth, formerly the American Board of Telehealth.These views do not necessarily reflect American Heart Association policy.
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Tongue ties are on the rise, some evidence says 25-33% of babies have an oral restriction, and these families need help. In Olympia, they have a talented Pediatric Dentist at Olympia Untied with Dr Andrea Mason. In this episode, Katie Oshita and Dr Andrea Mason discuss the necessity of a team approach and how working together helps families thrive. If you have been wondering about team building for tongue tie practices, listen today.Podcast guest: A native of Olympia, Dr. Andrea Mason was introduced to dentistry at an early age. Her father, Dr. Jack Cox, practiced dentistry for over 30 years in Lacey, where Dr. Mason helped as an assistant during summers growing up. Dr. Mason completed her undergraduate studies at Pacific Lutheran University, where she received a Bachelor of Science in biology and minored in chemistry and studio art. She received her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree with high honors from the University of Washington. While there, she founded and directed the University of Washington Pediatric Dental Society and served as a Teaching Assistant for the Department of Pediatric Dentistry. Her research has been published in the Journal of the American Dental Association and the Journal of Anesthesia Progress. While in school, she received numerous awards including the Most Distinguished Scholar Award from the Department of Pediatric Dentistry and the Ralph E. McDonald Scholar Award for her outstanding performance during residency.After her time at the University of Washington, Dr. Mason went on to receive a Master of Science in dentistry and a Certificate in pediatric dentistry with a minor in psychology from Indiana University/Riley Children's Hospital. She is a board-certified diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, and a member many organizations.Dr. Mason and her husband, Hans, have two beautiful daughters, Violet and Piper. The office therapy dog, Sugar, and her brother, Sammy, also live with the family. Together their family enjoys snowboarding, camping, and spending time on the water. In her free time, Dr. Mason also loves art, especially working on ceramics at the potter's wheel. Dr. Mason enjoys all aspects of pediatric dentistry; her passion is laser lip and tongue-tie revisions for infants and children of all ages. Podcast host: Katie Oshita, RN, BSN, IBCLC has over 22 years of experience working in Maternal-Infant Medicine. Katie is a telehealth lactation consultant believing that clients anywhere in the world deserve the best care possible for their needs. Being an expert on TOTs, Katie helps families everywhere navigate breastfeeding struggles, especially when related to tongue tie or low supply. Katie is also passionate about finding the root cause of symptoms, using Functional Medicine practices to help client not just survive, but truly thrive. Email email@example.com or www.cuddlesandmilk.com
The Intentional Clinician: Psychology and Philosophy
No gimmicks. No fad diets. No strange contraptions. No heavily marketed "super snacks." No chronic sick care. Paul Krauss MA LPC discusses the medical facts of dementia and Alzheimer's disease with authorities Dr. Emily Clionsky and Dr. Mitchell Clionsky. If you are interested in the practical prevention that you can begin implementing now--or are curious for a family member, then this is the podcast for you. Two experts in brain preservation, Emily Clionsky MD and Mitchell Clionsky PhD will show you how to stack the dementia deck in your favor by reading and following the prescription in Dementia Prevention: Using Your Head to Save Your Brain, (John Hopkins University Press; April 4, 2023). The Clionskys are a physician (MD) and a neuropsychologist (PhD) who have published research in dementia, developed an accurate dementia test for doctors, and personally treated more than 10,000 patients who have dementia or its preceding condition, Mild Cognitive Impairment. Moreover, they understand the disease personally, having cared for loved ones with dementia in their immediate families. Their goal in this book is to expand their reach, to move from what they now do in their office consultation rooms to the much larger audience of readers who want to use medical science and behavior change to maintain their brains. In Dementia Prevention, they take you on a guided tour through dementia types, teach you the history of these neurological diseases, and discuss the more than 15 different factors known to affect your risk. They build a visual model of dementia risk, chapter by chapter, pulling all of this information together in a clear picture of how these various pieces interact. When you fill out your individual “Dementia Risk Checklist” that is included in the book (and available online through www.braindoc.com) you will create your own picture of your strengths and your areas needing improvement. EMILY CLIONSKY, MD, completed residencies in internal medicine and in psychiatry, and is a diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. MITCHELL CLIONSKY, PhD, is a board-certified neuropsychologist who specializes in evaluating and treating patients with cognitive impairment, dementia, ADHD, and traumatic brain injury. A husband-and-wife team, they have a combined 70 years of professional and clinical experience in medicine and neuropsychology and have treated more than 10,000 patients. They partner at a private practice, Clionsky Neuro Systems, Inc., based in Springfield, Massachusetts. They are experienced public speakers and workshop presenters for general and professional audiences. Get involved with the National Violence Prevention Hotline: 501(c)(3) Donate Share with your network Write your congressperson Sign our Petition Looking for excellent medical billing services? Check out Therapist Billing Services. A behavioral and mental health billing service developed by therapists for therapists. Preview an Online Video Course for the Parents of Young Adults (Parenting Issues) EMDR Training Solutions (For all your EMDR training needs!) Paul Krauss MA LPC is the Clinical Director of Health for Life Counseling Grand Rapids, home of The Trauma-Informed Counseling Center of Grand Rapids. Paul is also a Private Practice Psychotherapist, an Approved EMDRIA Consultant , host of the Intentional Clinician podcast, Behavioral Health Consultant, Clinical Trainer, and Counseling Supervisor. Paul is now offering consulting for a few individuals and organizations. Paul is the creator of the National Violence Prevention Hotline (in progress) as well as the Intentional Clinician Training Program for Counselors. Paul has been quoted in the Washington Post, NBC News, and Wired Magazine. Questions? Call the office at 616-200-4433. If you are looking for EMDRIA consulting groups, Paul Krauss MA LPC is now hosting weekly online and in-person groups. For details, click here. For general behavioral and mental health consulting for you or your organization. Follow Health for Life Grand Rapids: Instagram | Facebook | Youtube Original Music: ”Alright" from the forthcoming album Mystic by PAWL (Spotify) "How I love" from Smalltown Stardust by King Tuff (Spotify)
This week we're replaying a classic episode where your hosts Steve and Yvonne interview Bibi Fell of Fell Law, PC (https://www.fellfirm.com/). Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here to Rate and Review View/Download Trial Documents Case Details: California trial lawyer Bibi Fell, a founding partner at Fell Law, PC and a partner at Athea Trial Lawyers, shares how she successfully represented a breast cancer patient who fell victim to the beliefs and unconventional cancer treatment of a New York Times bestselling author masquerading as a licensed doctor. Plaintiff Dawn Kali was diagnosed with treatable Stage 1 breast cancer and rejected traditional treatment options in favor of the "Father of the Alkaline Diet" Robert O. Young's "pH Miracle" approach, which focused on making the body less acidic and more alkaline. This process involved costly extended stays at Young's Rancho del Sol in Valley Center, California and expensive intravenous treatments that consisted of little more than baking soda. Unable to pay, Dawn worked for Young in exchange for treatments that were ultimately ineffective. After much time had passed, Dawn went to an oncologist and was diagnosed with terminal Stage 4 cancer that had spread to her spine and femur. At trial, Bibi Fell demonstrated that Young's "pH Miracle" treatment was neither scientifically nor medically sound. In spite of the defense's claims that Dawn was aware that Young was not a licensed medical doctor and that she was not prevented from seeking conventional medical treatment, a San Diego jury found in favor of Dawn for her claims against Young of intentional misrepresentation, negligent misrepresentation, false promise and negligence. In October 2018, the jury awarded Dawn a $105,356,000 verdict, including $15 million in punitive damages. Guest Bio: Bibi Fell Bibi represents plaintiffs who suffered catastrophic injuries or the death of a loved one. She is the Founding Partner of Fell Law, PC, in San Diego, California and is a Partner at Athea Trial Lawyers, a nationwide plaintiff's firm comprised of six prominent female trial lawyers. Bibi is one of the few women attorneys to have received a verdict over $100,000,000.00 as lead trial counsel. Bibi is a National Board Member for the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). Membership is extended by invitation only to lawyers who have demonstrated extensive trial experience, civility and professionalism. In 2018, Bibi was one of three finalists for Consumer Attorneys of California's “Consumer Advocate of the Year,” Consumer Attorneys of San Diego's “Trial Lawyer of the Year” award and received the “Outstanding Trial Lawyer” award and “Outstanding Advocate” award from Consumer Attorneys of San Diego. In 2020, she received the “Trial Lawyer of the Year” award from Pepperdine Law School. Bibi has also been selected to be a member of Lawdragon 500, The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Trial Lawyers, the Daily Journal's Top 100 Women Lawyers, and has been selected as a Top 50 San Diego Superlawyer and Top 25 Women Superlawyer. Bibi gives back by teaching Advanced Trial Advocacy at the USD Law, serving as the program director for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy's Pacific Deposition Skills program, and teaching trial skills through NITA around the country and internationally. Bibi devotes her time to serve as a “Parent Partner” to parents of children newly diagnosed with Hepatoblastoma, a malignant liver tumor found in young children. Read Full Bio Show Sponsors: Legal Technology Services - LegalTechService.com Digital Law Marketing - DigitalLawMarketing.com Harris Lowry Manton LLP - hlmlawfirm.com Free Resources: Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 1 Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 2
In this episode, we talk a bit about the recent advances in large language models, also known as GPT/ChatGPT. We have two wonderful guests: Christoph U. Lehmann, M.D., is a Professor of Pediatrics, Population and Data Sciences, and Bioinformatics at UT Southwestern, where he directs the Clinical Informatics Center. In addition, Chris was the first chair of the Examination Committee of the American Board of Preventive Medicine, Subcommittee for Clinical Informatics. Dr. Lehmann's research focuses on improving clinical information technology and clinical decision support. Yaa Kumah-Crystal Crystal MD, MPH, MS is an Assistant Professor of Biomedical Informatics and Pediatric Endocrinology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Yaa's research focuses on studying communication and documentation in healthcare and developing strategies to improve workflow and patient care delivery. Yaa works in the Innovations Portfolio at Vanderbilt HealthIT on the development of Voice Assistant Technologies to improve the usability of the EHR through natural language communication. Chris and Yaa bring very complementary perspectives to the topic of our future. Yaa's research focuses on how we can innovate to improve the use of technology in medicine. Chris is also internationally known as the Editor in Chief of Applied Clinical Informatics, as well as one of the leaders in our clinical informatics board certification work. He is intimately familiar with the potential uses of this technology beyond clinical care, but, as an actively practicing neonatologist, more than holds his own when it comes to how medicine can benefit from--or be harmed by--new technologies such as AI. We leave it to you to decide both which direction we're heading, and how we can put up the guardrails to keep us on the preferred track. And, I suspect this won't be our last discussion about AI in Medicine!----more---- By the way, in case you want to learn more about topics we brought up in this episode: Belmont principles include autonomy Beneficence: AI is designed explicitly to be helpful to people, who use it or on whom it is used, and to reflect the ideals of compassionate, kind, and considerate human behavior Autonomy: Context AI: operates without human oversight. Context Ethics: “protecting the autonomy of all people and treating them with courtesy and respect and facilitating informed consent” Nonmaleficence: “Do No Harm”. Every reasonable effort shall be made to avoid, prevent, and minimize harm or damage to any stakeholder. Justice: Equity in representation in and access to AI, data, and the benefits of AI. Fair access to redress and remedy be available in the event of harm resulting from the use of AI. Affirmative use of AI to support social justice Artists and AI: https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/chrisstokelwalker/art-subreddit-illustrator-ai-art-controversy https://www.businessinsider.com/ai-image-generators-artists-copying-style-thousands-images-2022-10 TikTok voiceover person: https://www.theverge.com/2021/9/29/22701167/bev-standing-tiktok-lawsuit-settles-text-to-speech-voice GPT and test performance: https://www.cnn.com/2023/01/26/tech/chatgpt-passes-exams/index.html, https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2023.03.05.23286533v1.full Deepfake concerns: https://www.forbes.com/sites/jessedamiani/2019/09/03/a-voice-deepfake-was-used-to-scam-a-ceo-out-of-243000/?sh=292f03982241 https://www.kaspersky.com/resource-center/threats/protect-yourself-from-deep-fake https://www.nbcnews.com/tech/internet/deepfake-porn-ai-mr-deep-fake-economy-google-visa-mastercard-download-rcna75071 MidJourney and bias: https://uxdesign.cc/midjourney-is-incredible-but-you-can-see-there-are-definite-existing-biases-in-its-dataset-4b1131fb0533. https://nftnow.com/features/the-objectification-of-women-in-ai-art/ https://arxiv.org/abs/2212.11261 Amazon AI Tool Bias: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-amazon-com-jobs-automation-insight/amazon-scraps-secret-ai-recruiting-tool-that-showed-bias-against-women-idUSKCN1MK08G Apple credit biased against wives: https://www.wired.com/story/the-apple-card-didnt-see-genderand-thats-the-problem/ AMIA document about ethical principles around AI: https://amia.org/news-publications/amia-position-paper-details-policy-framework-aiml-driven-decision-support AI in Medicine JAMA Viewpoint: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36972068/ Sophia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sophia_(robot)
In this episode, we speak with Karla Lester, a pediatrician and certified life and weight coach, about her experience with gaslighting in the workplace. Karla shares her story of encountering a hospital CEO who lied about outcomes and used gaslighting tactics to control the narrative and silence dissent. She discusses the three stages of gaslighting and how she ultimately made the difficult decision to resign from the hospital. Karla also shares insights on the impact of gaslighting in the workplace and how to recognize and address it. Tune in to hear Karla's powerful story and learn about the importance of speaking up in the face of manipulation and abuse. Karla Lester is a pediatrician, certified life and weight coach, and diplomate, American Board of Obesity Medicine. She is founder, IME Community, and can be reached on Twitter @DrKarlaA, TikTok, Instagram @ime_community, Facebook, and YouTube. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "Surviving a manipulative CEO: my experience with gaslighting." The Podcast by KevinMD is brought to you by the Nuance Dragon Ambient eXperience. Ambient intelligence augments human capabilities to make our lives easier. The applications are many, especially in health care. Ambient clinical intelligence is offsetting the most pressing challenges in health care today, such as burnout, physician shortages, physician and patient dissatisfaction, and underperforming financial outcomes, by applying the technology to clinical documentation. The Nuance Dragon Ambient eXperience, or DAX for short, utilizes artificial intelligence and natural language processing to automatically document care. It securely listens to and captures the natural, clinician-patient encounter conversation unobtrusively, and turns that conversation into a clinical note for the clinician's review and signature directly in the electronic health record. You just talk naturally, and DAX does the rest. DAX is being used by thousands of physicians across 30 different specialties nationwide. It has already won the Silver Stevie award in the health care technology category and was ranked #1 for improving clinician experience in KLAS's top 20 emerging solutions. VISIT SPONSOR → https://nuance.com/daxinaction SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST → https://www.kevinmd.com/podcast RECOMMENDED BY KEVINMD → https://www.kevinmd.com/recommended GET CME FOR THIS EPISODE → https://earnc.me/Hitk6Y Powered by CMEfy.
This week on A Voice and Beyond we welcome the two brilliant voice teachers behind “The Mindfulness of Singing” – Dr Denise Bernardini and Toni Crowder. Between them, they have over fifty years of experience, teaching private voice lessons at a university level, as well as within their own private studios. Dr Denise Bernardini is a sought-after clinician, teacher, presenter at many national and international voice conferences, and author. She holds a certification from the American Board of Neuro Linguistic Programming and has created her own coaching business helping all kinds of artists change their mindset, reach their goals and breakthrough their limiting beliefs. Toni Crowder is a voice teacher, clinician and very talented singer song writer who has combined her training and background as a Music Educator, Music Therapist, certified YogaVoice® practitioner, and Yoga Alliance Registered yoga teacher to create an active and safe studio for her students.In this week's episode, they come together to talk about the various modalities they have studied, how they have combined and adapted these to create an innovative teaching program for singers and why they were inspired to write their number one bestselling book on Amazon, The Mindfulness of Singing; Creating a Harmonious Mind, Body, and Spirit™.Toni and Denise share with us, that this book fulfils a dynamic niche in the explosive mindfulness market, and they speak about how a mindfulness practice can be applied in the teaching voice studio, the benefits of this practice for the student and the outstanding results they have achieved using a mindfulness practice with singers. There are many philosophical discussions had in this episode regarding vocal pedagogy and it is an episode you must be sure to listen to with Dr Denise Bernardini and Toni Crowder.Visit www.mindfulnessofsinging.com to learn more.In this Episode1:15 - Introduction6:32 - A little background on Denise8:45 - A little background on Toni21:27 - Filling the missing gap33:20 - Creating a safe space46:57 - Denise & Toni's book ‘The Mindfulness of Singing: Creating a Harmonious Mind, Body, and Spirit'59:43 - Who the book is forFor more go to https://drmarisaleenaismith.com/114Like this episode? Please leave a review here - even one sentence helps!Follow me on Instagram.
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Dr. Osborn is Chief of Neurosurgery at St. Mary's Medical Center, a level I trauma center in West Palm Beach, FL. He completed his neurosurgery residency at NYU in 2003. HIs practice covers the gamut of brain and spine conditions, with a focus on neurosurgical trauma. Brett is a Diplomate of the American Board of Neurological Surgery.Dr. Osborn has also been secondarily boarded by the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine and obtained the CSCS honorarium from the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He is the Founder and CEO of Senolytix, a wellness and longevity clinic in West Palm Beach.
If you are one of the listeners that tune into DNA Today every week, then you definitely know by now we have launched our Patreon. This is where you can not only get bonus content from DNA Today, you can get early access to episodes before the public. You also get to influence the content of the show, this includes episode topics and guests plus pitching questions I ask during interviews, and of course I will give you a shoutout when I ask your question. Oh and if you sign up by May 25th you get a bonus physical gift! For these benefits and more you can visit our Patreon, link is in the show notes and on our website DNAToday.com.We are continuing our peek into the past! Last episode we explored the history of the genetic counseling field with Michelle Fox and Debra Collins who shared about the first annual National Society of Genetic Counselors (NSGC) conferences. In this episode we are learning about the formation of the American Board of Genetic Counseling (aka ABGC) with Ann Walker and Ed Kloza. Ann Platt Walker, MA, LCGC has held many leadership positions including the Founding President and Director of the American Board of Genetic Counseling (ABGC), President of the National Society of Genetic Counselors (NSGC) in 1982, and has been on the Board of Directors for the American Board of Medical Genetics (ABMG), American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG), and the American Council for Genetic Counseling (ACGC). During Ann's career she held roles at the University of California, Irvine Medical Center including as the program director for the Master's of Science in Genetic Counseling Program for over two decades. She has authored over 20 peer reviewed publications, 10 book chapters, and countless abstracts and presentations. Ann has been awarded many times through her impressive career including the Natalie Weissberger Paul National Achievement and Leadership Awards from NSGC.Ed Kloza, MS, LCGC was the first genetic counselor in Maine. He helped establish clinical genetics in Southern Maine and pioneered prenatal serum screening at the Foundation for Blood Research in Scarborough, and was a member of the team from Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island which published the first international clinical validation study of cell-free DNA screening. He was key in the development of the genetic counseling profession including as a past president of NSGC (the first, and one of only two males elected to that position), and in helping create the American Board of Genetic Counseling (which we are focusing on today). In 2000, Ed was honored with the Natalie Weissberger Paul National Achievement Award. Currently Ed is the genetics education consultant for the New England Regional Genetics Network (NERGN) and is an adjunct Professor at Bay Path University with their graduate Genetic Counseling program.On This Episode We Discuss:The ABGC versus the NSGC and which came first!The early days of board examsWhat prompted the creation of the ABGC in 1992Challenges in forming ABGCThe original goals of ABGC as an organizationThe first ABGC president and other key playersWhen ABGC began to accredit genetic counseling programsEstablishing practice-based competenciesIf you want to learn more about the history of the GC field, check out Episode 136 with Linda Robinson . Episode 31 with Robin Schwartz also gives a great overview of the field. You can learn more about ABGC by heading to their website, or by following them on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Stay tuned for the next new episode of DNA Today on May 12th, 2023, where we'll be discussing risk assessment advances for Alzheimer's disease! New episodes are released every Fridays. In the meantime, you can binge over 235 other episodes on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, streaming on the website, or any other podcast player by searching, “DNA Today”. Episodes since 2021 are also recorded with video which you can watch on our YouTube channel. DNA Today is hosted and produced by Kira Dineen. Our social media lead is Corinne Merlino. Our video lead is Amanda Andreoli. Our Outreach Intern is Sanya Tinaikar. Our Social Media Intern is Kajal Patel. And our Graphic Designer Ashlyn Enokian.See what else we are up to on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and our website, DNAToday.com. Questions/inquiries can be sent to info@DNAtoday.com. Want to become a genetic counselor? Looking for ways to engage with the field and boost your resume for grad school applications? Then you should check out Sarah Lawrence's “Why Genetic Counseling Wednesday Summer Series”! Every Wednesday this June (plus the last Wednesday in May) Sarah Lawrence is hosting a series where you can interact through Zoom with genetic counselors from different specialties. It kicks off on May 31st! You can sign up at SLC.edu/DNAtoday. Again visit SLC.edu/DNAtoday to register to level up your resume for applications in the fall. (Sponsored)As many of you know through podcasting I have become an entrepreneur including consulting for other podcasts. Since I don't have a business degree I have learned a lot through podcasts like Porch Talks. The inspiration to start this show was from the host Melissa Bradley who wanted to inform, instruct, and inspire fellow entrepreneurs, especially in people who identify as women, people of color, immigrants, veterans, people with disabilities, and folks in the LGBTQIA+ community (which drew me in initially). So if you are thinking about starting a business or just love hearing stories about how businesses grow, Porch Talks is for you. 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Why It's Healthy To Soak Nuts And Seeds Brian Clement, PhD, L.N. • https://hippocratesinst.org/ • Book - Killer Fish Gabriel Cousens, MD, MD(H), DD • http://treeoflifecenterus.com/ • Book - There Is a Cure for Diabetes, Revised Edition Dr. Nick Delgado • NickDelgado.com • Book – Blood Doesn't Lie Udo Erasmus • https://www. Udo Erasmus.com • Book - The Book on Total Sexy Health Dr. Joshua Helman, M.D.• https://www.healthpromoting.com/clinic-services/staff/joshua-helman-md #Prevent #Diabetes, #Cancer #InfectiousDisease Brian Clement has spearheaded the international progressive health movement for more than three and one-half decades. Brian Clement has written over 20 plus books focused on health, spirituality, and natural healing. He is the Director of the renowned Hippocrates Health Institute, West Palm Beach, Florida (U.S.A.); the world's foremost lifestyle residential health center. Brian Clement is a devoted husband and a caring father of four, who along with his wife, Dr. Anna Maria Clement co-directs the Hippocrates Health Institute. In addition to his research studies, Clement conducts conferences worldwide on attaining health and creating longevity, giving humanity a roadmap for redirecting, enriching, and extending their lives. To Contact Dr BrianClement Go to hippocratesinst.org Dr. Gabriel Cousens is the author of internationally acclaimed books and the founder of the Tree of Life Foundation (WEBSITE: TreeOfLifeFoundation.org). His vision is to create sustainable healthy living for individuals and the planet. Providing people with a direct experience to live a quality of life that is healing both to themselves and to the planet on every single level from agricultural interests of our society to personal health, emotional health, and spiritual health.Dr Cousens is Known worldwide as a spiritual teacher and the leading expert in live, plant-source nutrition, Dr. Cousens functions as a holistic physician, psychiatrist, family therapist, and cutting-edge researcher on healing diabetes naturally. To Contact Dr Cousens go to DrCousens.com Dr. Nick Delgado is an American doctor, public speaker, biochemist and endocrine researcher. He specializes in the physiology of aging. His expertise is in the extension of the human lifespan using medical rejuvenation. His has published many Books most recently Blood Doesn't Lie, is about the most effective way to protect ourselves from infectious diseases or chronic degenerative diseases is to understand the concepts of proactive intervention, preventative medicine, and lifestyle support. Dr. Nick Delgado Offers Personal Health coaching and can be contacted at his websiteNickDelgado.com Dr. Joshua Helman is a Harvard-trained physician licensed in fourteen states. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine and the American Board of Lifestyle Medicine. His medical degree (M.D.) is from Harvard Medical School and MIT.He has worked on the front lines in Emergency Rooms throughout this country over the past 20 years, where he has been shocked by the death and pain resulting from the increased incidence of chronic diseases. To Contact Dr. Joshua Helman, M.D. healthpromoting.com/clinic-services/staff/joshua-helman-md Udo Erasmus, Ph.D.,writer and the creator of Udo's Choice® is an international authority on fats, oils, cholesterol and human health. His best-selling book, “Fats that Heal – Fats That Kill” has been a major influence on the world's understanding of how important Essential Fatty Acids are for human health. Udo is passionate about helping people to understand the importance of good nutrition as well as how to obtain optimal nutrition from quality ingredients and continues to develop health solutions for modern health concerns today. To Contact Udo Erasmus go to: Udo Erasmus.com Disclaimer:Medical and Health information changes constantly. Therefore, the information provided in this podcast should not be considered current, complete, or exhaustive. Reliance on any information provided in this podcast is solely at your own risk. The Real Truth About Health does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, products, procedures, or opinions referenced in the following podcasts, nor does it exercise any authority or editorial control over that material. The Real Truth About Health provides a forum for discussion of public health issues. The views and opinions of our panelists do not necessarily reflect those of The Real Truth About Health and are provided by those panelists in their individual capacities. The Real Truth About Health has not reviewed or evaluated those statements or claims.
Men and women require estradiol for optimal health. In this podcast, Dr. Carrozzella and I delve into the importance of estradiol in both men and women. The importance of estradiol in women is crucial for reproductive, brain, and bone health, as well as cardio protection. Decline in estradiol during menopause can lead to various diseases of aging. There is controversy around replacing estradiol in women, but the literature supports its necessity. Similarly, men also require estradiol for optimal health, but there are still physicians blocking estradiol. We cover the misconceptions surrounding blocking estrogen and explore the cardio-protective effects of estradiol. Lastly, we address the treatments for sexual health and the role of Trimix, Emsella, PDE-5’s, and botox in sexual function. Tune in for an informative discussion on sexual function and hormone management. Dr. John Carrozzella, an Honors Graduate from Yale in 1978, went on to earn his MD from the University of Cincinnati (UC) in 1982 and was awarded the honor of Alpha Omega Alpha. He completed his Orthopaedic Surgical Residency and Hand Surgery Fellowship in 1988 and practiced as an Orthopaedic Surgeon for 25 years before shifting his focus to nontraditional medical specialties such as Hormone Replacement, Sexual Health and Dysfunction, and Age Management. He has been a member of several medical associations, including the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, American Society for Surgery of the Hand, and the American College of Surgeons. In 2014, he became an Advanced Fellow of the American Academy of Anti-Aging and Aesthetic Medicine, a member of the International Society for Sexual Medicine, and the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health. Dr. Carrozzella was awarded a Master’s Degree in Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine from the University of South Florida in August 2016. He is a diplomat of the American Board of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine and holds certificates in Sexual Medicine from the American Academy of Anti-aging Medicine, Advanced Metabolic Endocrinology from the University of South Florida, and Advance Bio-identical Hormone therapy from Worldlink Medical. Dr. Carrozzella specializes in Hormone therapy, sexual dysfunction, and age management for both men and women. He practices in the Windermere/Bay Hill/Dr. Phillips section of Orlando, where he is dedicated to serving patients with hormonal deficiencies, sexual dysfunction, incontinence, nutritional imbalances, and age management issues. To contact Amy Stuttle email: firstname.lastname@example.org To learn more about Victory Men's Health To learn more about Dr. John Carrozzella's practice Hormones and Wellness Dr. Carrozzella's Instagram Dr. Carrozzella's YouTube This is NOT medical advice. Consult your doctor.
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Dr. Lowe has published several respected articles regarding eye health and is a highly sought after speaker at many optometric conferences across the country. Dr. Lowe serves on the Contact Lens and Cornea Section and is a spokesperson for the American Optometric Association as well as a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and Diplomate of the American Board of Optometry. She served as Chairman for the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation State Board of Optometry and is a Past President of the Illinois Optometric Association.
Have you ever wondered about the best ways to lose weight? And not sure if you have the right tools? If so, you will be excited about this conversation with Dr. Francavilla! Carolynn Francavilla, MD, is Board Certified in Family Medicine and a Diplomate of the American Board of Obesity Medicine. She owns and operates Green Mountain Partners for Health and Colorado Weight Care in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Francavilla is a nationally recognized obesity expert, lecturing to clinicians on the topic of obesity as well as teaching through her own platform HelpYourPatientsLoseWeight.com. She also hosts The Doctor Francavilla Show, a podcast about weight and health. She serves on the Obesity Medicine Association Board of Trustees and was awarded the Dr. Vernon B. Astler Award for dedicated service and support of OMA in 2017. Connect with Dr.Francavilla. https://linktr.ee/doctorfrancavilla --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/urcaringdocs/message
Join me as I interview Dr. Beth Frates, a pioneer in Lifestyle Medicine education and an award-winning Harvard teacher. Dr. Frates has a passion for helping patients adopt and sustain healthy habits, stemming from her father's heart attack and stroke at the young age of 52. With an impressive background that includes graduating magna cum laude from Harvard College, attending Stanford Medical School, and completing her residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Frates has dedicated her career to promoting wellness and stroke prevention. In this episode, we'll explore Dr. Frates's journey as she developed and taught a popular Lifestyle Medicine curriculum at the Harvard Extension School, created the concept of Lifestyle Medicine Interest Groups (LMIGs) for medical schools, and served as a board item writer for the American Board of Lifestyle Medicine. We'll also discuss her election as the president of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine (ACLM) in August 2020 and her ongoing efforts to define the scope of this emerging specialty. As a prolific author, Dr. Frates has published books, medical textbooks, and calendars that focus on health and prevention topics. We'll delve into her influential books, including "Life After Stroke: The Guide to Recovering Your Health and Preventing Another Stroke" and "The Lifestyle Medicine Handbook: An Introduction to the Power of Healthy Habits," which was listed among the 100 Best Medicine Books of All Time by BookAuthority. In addition to her public work in Lifestyle Medicine, Dr. Frates is dedicated to helping individuals and groups implement healthy behavioral changes through her private practice, Wellness Synergy, LLC, and her roles at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and Mass General Hospital. Don't miss this inspiring conversation with a true leader in the field of Lifestyle Medicine, and learn how you can take charge of your own health journey. To see a plant-based lifestyle medicine doctor, visit: https://www.mora.com/ To connect with Dr. Frates: https://www.bethfratesmd.com/
Congratulations to everyone who matched with a genetic counseling program last week! Special shoutout to our Communications Lead, Corinne Merlino, for matching with the University of Pennsylvania! Check out DNA Today Episode #101, Genetic Counseling Match Day, to prepare you to start grad school. We also provide advice for applicants that didn't match in this cycle and offer inspiration to apply next round.In the spirit of recent matches, upcoming graduation, and DNA Day we thought it was time for another giveaway! This time we are giving away GC Genius' top two study materials: their study guide and flashcards featuring the top 100 genetic conditions to know. Enter on Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn before May 2nd! You can even enter on all three to increase your chances of winning. Fun Fact: The flashcards were co-created by Ashlyn Enokian, MS, CGC, who designed our DNA Today logo! She is also a genetic counselor featured on DNA Today Episodes 101, 111, 135, and 212.Can't wait to see if you won? Use the code “DNATODAY” for a discount in the GC Genius Etsy store through May 31st, 2023. —---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------We are going back in time in this episode of DNA Today to explore the history of the genetic counseling field. In part 1 of this 2-part series, we are focusing on the first annual conference for the National Society of Genetic Counselors which was in 1981, 54 years ago! Joining me are two rockstars in the field of GC, Michelle Fox and Debra Collins!Michelle Fox, MS, CGC, is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Pediatrics at UCLA. For over 30 years, Michelle coordinated the UCLA Genetics Clinic, providing genetic counseling services to both pediatric and adult populations, including the UCLA Predictive Huntington Disease Testing Program, early onset Alzheimer and genetic neurodegenerative disorders. She is also a faculty member of the UCLA Genetic Counseling Program. Michelle served on the Secretary's Advisory Committee for Heritable Disorders of Newborns and Children Follow-up and Treatment sub-committee and on the National Society of Genetic Counselors Public Policy Newborn Screening Task Force in 2014. She was a member of the Western States Regional Genetics Network from 2010-2013. Michelle served on the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics Hearing Loss Guidelines Committee (2013), the American Board of Genetic Counseling Engagement Task Force (2016) and the National Society of Genetic Counselors Conflict of Interest Task Force (2017-2018). She currently serves on the Mt. Sinai Medical Center Genetic Counseling Program Advisory Board, UCLA Genetic Counseling Program Advisory Board and was a member at large of the National Society of Genetic Counselors board of directors (2019-2020). Michelle was awarded the Natalie Weissberger Paul Lifetime Achievement Award 2022 recognizing her contributions to the field of genetic counseling!Debra Collins, M.S., CGC, has been a genetic counselor at University of Kansas Medical Center for four decades. She has been working there as a genetic counselor for about four decades and her current roles include being a hereditary cancer genetic counselor, with special expertise in von Hippel-Lindau syndrome, and advisor to the genetics and neoplasia medical school curricula.. She has been an active member of the NSGC, including being a past President, serving on the Board of Directors, the Professional Status Committee and currently in the Cancer Genetics Special Interest Group. In 2006, she was awarded the Jane Engelberg Memorial Fellowship Special Award for an online course on grant writing for genetic counselors. Collins also had leadership roles in organizations such as the American Society of Human Genetics, The American Board of Genetic Counseling, and many family support / advocacy groups. Debra graduated from Sarah Lawrence College, the first genetic counseling program, with her Master's Degree in Human Genetics. She has enjoyed working as a genetic counselor every day: providing education, advocating, counseling, translating complex information, and making a difference in the lives of patients and families. On This Episode We Discuss:Why it's important to understand the history of the genetic counseling fieldWhy the year 1969 is an important one for the professionThe first annual education (NSGC) conferenceThe role of the March of DimesThe number of people who attended the first conferenceThe next few annual education conferencesWhat has changed since thenNSGC conferences todayIf you want to learn more about the history of the GC field, check out Episode 136 with Linda Robinson . Episode 31 with Robin Schwartz also gives a great overview of the field. Stay tuned for part 2 of this series with Ed Kloza and Ann Walker where we will focus on the Formation of the American Board of Genetic Counseling (ABGC).You can learn more about the past, present, and future of NSGC conferences here!Stay tuned for the next new episode of DNA Today on May 5th, 2023 where we'll be continuing this history of genetic counseling discussion by chatting about the formation of the ABGC with Ed Kloza and Ann Walker. New episodes are released every Friday. In the meantime, you can binge over 235 other episodes on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, streaming on the website, or any other podcast player by searching, “DNA Today”. Episodes since 2021 are also recorded with video which you can watch on our YouTube channel. DNA Today is hosted and produced by Kira Dineen. Our social media lead is Corinne Merlino. Our video lead is Amanda Andreoli. Our Outreach Intern is Sanya Tinaikar. Our Social Media Intern is Kajal Patel. And our Graphic Designer Ashlyn Enokian.See what else we are up to on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and our website, DNAToday.com. Questions/inquiries can be sent to info@DNAtoday.com. Want to become a genetic counselor? Looking for ways to engage with the field and boost your resume for grad school applications? Then you should check out Sarah Lawrence's “Why Genetic Counseling Wednesday Summer Series”! Every Wednesday this June (plus the last Wednesday in May) Sarah Lawrence is hosting a series where you can interact through Zoom with genetic counselors from different specialties. It kicks off on May 31st! You can sign up at SLC.edu/DNAtoday. Again visit SLC.edu/DNAtoday to register to level up your resume for applications in the fall. (Sponsored)Are you interested in the rapidly growing field of genetics and want to learn more about clinical genetics, molecular genetics, and laboratory science? Then you should check out the Genetic Assistant Online Training Program at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine!By taking part in the program, you will be joining both national and international learners with the same passion for genetics. Interact directly with your Johns Hopkins instructors and fellow learners throughout the program. Limited spots are available for the summer cohort starting June 5th, 2023. Click here for more information. (Sponsored)As many of you know through podcasting I have become an entrepreneur including consulting for other podcasts. Since I don't have a business degree I have learned a lot through podcasts like Porch Talks. The inspiration to start this show was from the host Melissa Bradley who wanted to inform, instruct, and inspire fellow entrepreneurs, especially in people who identify as women, people of color, immigrants, veterans, people with disabilities, and folks in the LGBTQIA+ community (which drew me in initially). 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In this episode of the Women Physicians Lead podcast, Dr. Lisa Herbert interviews Dr. Ariana Schulz Douglas, a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist, and founder and medical director of Tula Wellness and Aesthetics, a medical practice in Tucson, Arizona focusing on women's integrative health and wellness. Dr. Ariana shares her story of transitioning from corporate medicine to starting her own practice and how going through menopause was instrumental in that decision. They discuss the challenges and difficulties of this period of transition and how it ultimately led to Dr. Ariana's holistic approach to patient care. The episode provides valuable insights into the challenges and rewards of transitioning to a new career path and the importance of a holistic approach to patient care. Arianna Sholes-Douglas, MD, FACOG is the author of the best-selling book, The Menopause Myth: What your mother, doctor, and friends haven't shared about life after 35. She completed her undergraduate degree in Biology and African American Studies at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. Dr. Arianna then earned her Doctor of Medicine at Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee. She completed her residency and Maternal-Fetal Medicine fellowship at Martin Luther King Medical Center and UCLA School of Medicine, respectively. She later graduated from the Integrative Medicine Fellowship at the University of Arizona. She has served as clinical faculty at UCLA, the University of Maryland, and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. She is a fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and a diplomate of the American Board of OB/GYN and Maternal-Fetal Medicine. As a visionary and innovator in the women's health community, Dr. Arianna has received multiple awards, including Outstanding Women's Health Provider by Inside Tucson Business, Women of Influence: Business Woman of the Year award, the Women's Foundation of Southern Arizona's: Woman of Impact award and the Enterprising Women of the Year award. You can get Dr. Arianna's book here: "The Menopause Myth" book by Dr. Arianna Sholes-Douglas: https://www.amazon.com/Menopause-Myth-Mother-Doctor-Friends/dp/1599328941 Learn more about her here: Dr. Arianna Sholes-Douglas' website: https://www.drarianna.com You can join our community of like-minded women physician leaders at www.facebook.com/leadingladiesincharge for support and resources. Join our masterclass and gain the skills and competencies needed for healthcare leadership success! Learn more and sign up here.
So, let me just cut to the chase here with very little preamble, and all of this is a setup to the interview that follows, although it is not really what the interview that follows is all about. A mentor of mine used to say, you can't legislate the heart. Let me also suggest you can't give someone in finance financial incentives and then expect them to not prioritize financial incentives. It stands to reason that if the healthcare industry is found to be quite attractive to those who are money focused, then do I need to say this? The money focused amongst us will, of course, do the whatever to the extent that they can make money. They aren't gonna be throwing their backs into quality or cost effectiveness or taking care of patients. They are throwing their backs into making money. Is anyone shocked? Now, don't get me wrong; I'm not a Pollyanna. And in this country, in order to run a healthcare business, you have to make money; otherwise, you'll go out of business. So, do well by doing good and all of that. But how much money is too much money? This is an important line to figure out because that's where you are doing well but you've stopped doing good—you've tipped into financial toxicity. You are taking more than the good you are doing, and the net positive becomes a net negative. But complicating fact of current life, it's becoming increasingly obvious that in order to stand up a practice that can take advantage of value-based care payments—payments where primary care docs mainly at this time can get paid more and likely more fairly to care for patients well—you need a lot of infrastructure. You need data, you need tech, you need a team. Translation: You need money, maybe a lot of money, to invest in all of this. And let me ask you this: Who has a lot of money in this country? Here's the point of everything I just said: These are the external realities that hit anyone trying to do right by patients from every direction. But on the other hand (or maybe different fingers on the same hand), as Amy Scanlan, MD, says in this healthcare podcast, physicians are the backbone of this system. Dr. Scanlan talks in the interview today about the opportunity, and maybe the responsibility, that physicians have here for patients; but also the Eric Reinhart article comes up again about rampant physician moral injury (unpaywalled link with my compliments). Right now might be a great time to read something from Denver Sallee, MD. He wrote to me the other day. He wrote, “Like many physicians, I did not have much understanding of the business side of medicine, as I mistakenly thought as long as I helped take great care of patients that I was doing my job. More recently, it became apparent to me that by ceding the management of medicine to nonclinical administrators and to companies interested primarily in value extraction for the benefit of shareholders that I needed more education in order to truly help patients.” Today as aforementioned, I'm talking with Amy Scanlan, MD, who is chief medical officer of the clinically integrated network (CIN) that is the new joint venture between Intermountain Health and UCHealth in Colorado. We talk about what it's like to be in the kind of messy middle of transformation to integrated care in a clinically integrated network, trying to figure out how to help physician practices and the CIN itself navigate the external environment in a way that empowers different kinds of practices at different points in their transformation journey that empowers physicians to be in charge, and considering clinical and financial outcomes (ie, the business of healthcare). Dr. Scanlan brings up four main factors to consider when plotting strategy from here to there: 1. Give practices the tools that they need to succeed—not what you think they need but what you've discerned they actually need because you've listened to them. 2. Many times, these tools will consist of some combination of data, tech, and also offering the team behind the scenes to help doctors and other clinicians help patients through what Dr. Scanlan calls the “in-between spaces”—the times between appointments. 3. Medical culture really has to change, and in two ways: doctors learning how to be part of and/or leading functional teams and building functional teams. Because there are teams, and then there are teams. Well-functioning teams can produce great results. Nonfunctioning teams, however, are, as Dr. Scanlan puts it, just a series of handoffs. And don't forget, handoffs are the most dangerous times for patients. The DNA of team-based care—real team-based care—for better or worse, are the relationships between team members, between physicians who work together, between doctors and patients, between clinicians and clinicians. So, fostering relationships, creating opportunities to collaborate and talk, is not to be underestimated. How do you re-create the doctors' lounge in 2023? 4. Getting out from underneath the long shadow of fee-for-service incentives, specifically the paradigm that only patients who get mindshare are the ones in the exam room. Value-based care, integrated care is as much contemplating the patients who don't show up as the ones who do. This is a really big mind shift, much bigger than many realize. You can learn more by reaching out to Dr. Scanlan on LinkedIn. Amy Scanlan, MD, serves as chief medical officer for the new joint venture CIN between UCHealth and Intermountain Health—a physician-led, clinically integrated network of more than 700 primary care providers from UCHealth, Intermountain Health Peaks Region, the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and multiple independent practices along the Front Range. Dr. Scanlan trained as a family practice physician and has continued to practice for the past 25 years. She has worked as a physician-owner in a small independent practice and has held multiple leadership positions as part of large health systems. She has served on numerous health system committees spanning quality, innovation, recruitment, and credentialing. She is very familiar with value-based care models, having been part of an accountable care organization (ACO) practice for the past 15 years, as well as participating on an ACO Practice Performance and Standards Committee and serving on a local ACO board. She received a bachelor's degree with honors from Wesleyan University in Connecticut. She obtained her medical degree from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, where she received the Kiwala Award for Research in Family Medicine. Her residency was completed at St. Anthony's Family Medicine Residency program in Denver. She is currently board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and NCQA (National Committee for Quality Assurance) certified in diabetes. 06:33 How is Dr. Scanlan thinking about the transformation process and the shift to value? 09:14 “It is really trying to think about, how do we help practices get there?” 11:46 “The hard part is the in-between spaces.” 14:10 “Team-based care done badly is really just a series of handoffs.” 15:50 “We have to get to that point where the culture of collaboration is more pervasive.” 19:57 “How do we as healthcare providers step in and solve this problem?” 20:04 Why do providers have a responsibility to step in and try to fix the healthcare system? 20:20 Article (unpaywalled) by Eric Reinhart, MD, PhD. 21:50 Why do physicians need to be accountable for the cost of care as well as outcomes? 23:37 Why does physician burnout give Dr. Scanlan hope? 24:25 What is the solution to changing fee-for-service incentives? 25:42 What are some of the challenges facing changing incentives? 27:14 Why is data so important? 28:53 EP393 with David Muhlestein, PhD, JD. 30:11 “It's important to understand that we are in the middle of this change.” 31:16 Dr. Scanlan's advice for those trying to stand up a CIN. You can learn more by reaching out to Dr. Scanlan on LinkedIn. Amy Scanlan, MD, of @uchealth discusses real-world #clinicalintegration on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! Peter J. Neumann, Stacey Richter (EP400), Dawn Cornelis (Encore! EP285), Stacey Richter (EP399), Dr Jacob Asher, Paul Holmes, Anna Hyde, Dea Belazi (Encore! EP293), Brennan Bilberry, Dr Vikas Saini and Judith Garber
Dr. Nashat Latib, DO FACEP IFMCP has 20+ years of clinical experience as a Board Certified Emergency Physician and is one of only 960 Institute of Functional Medicine Certified Physicians in the world. She's certified by the American Board of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine and has specialty training in hormone replacement therapy, weight loss, and natural fertility. She completed her medical degree at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine followed by a residency in Emergency Medicine at the Albert Einstein Jacobi-Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx, NY. Dr. Latib has served in multiple leadership roles in large hospital systems and has served as an expert panelist for the Texas Medical Board for the past 13 years. She currently serves as the Functional Medicine and Fertility Director at Sydenham Clinic in Houston, TX. Dr. Latib is passionate about health, wellness, and preventive medicine. She has a unique perspective having served as a frontline physician during the course of the COVID pandemic and has witnessed first-hand the need for a more comprehensive approach to healthcare. Her practice philosophy employs the benefits of traditional medicine while also embracing its limitations using a functional approach to both prevent and reverse disease. Dr. Latib believes that a personalized approach that combines the power of epigenetics, lifestyle, and nutrition is the secret to achieving optimal health and aging vibrantly. She is passionate about promoting awareness and making functional medicine accessible to individuals, families, communities, and corporations. Learn More: https://drnashatlatib.com
Tiffany Stankewicz is an Endometrial Specialist and Senior Scientific Advisor at Igenomix. I'm so excited to have her on to explain the ERA, EMMA, and ALICE tests, collectively known as the EndomeTRIO test. Tiffany has over 10 years of clinical laboratory experience as an embryologist and is certified by the American Board of Bioanalysts (ABB) as a Technical Supervisor (TS) in both Embryology and Andrology. The health of the endometrium plays an important role in providing a welcoming environment for embryo implantation and growth. During this informative discussion, we talk about endometrial health, endometrial receptivity, endometrial microbiome, pathogenic bacterium, and recurrent pregnancy loss. Read the full transcript on Dr. Aimee's website. Visit Igenomix's website. Do you have questions about IVF?Click here to join Dr. Aimee for The IVF Class. The next live class call is on Monday, May 1, 2023 at 4pm PST, where Dr. Aimee will explain IVF and there will be time to ask her your questions live on Zoom. Get Dr. Aimee's brand new Conception Kit here. Dr. Aimee Eyvazzadeh is one of America's most well known fertility doctors. Her success rate at baby-making is what gives future parents hope when all hope is lost. She pioneered the TUSHY Method and BALLS Method to decrease your time to pregnancy. Learn more about the TUSHY Method and find a wealth of fertility resources at www.draimee.org. Other ways to connect with Dr. Aimee and The Egg Whisperer Show: Subscribe to my YouTube channel for more fertility tips!Subscribe to the newsletter to get updates
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What Are Some Of The New Imaging Technologies For Detecting Cancer? Dr Robert L. Bard, MD • http://www.bardcancercenter.com• Book – The Prostate Cancer Revolution #RobertBard#ProstateCancer #MedicalOptionsDr Robert L. Bard, MD,is an author of; The Prostate Cancer Revolution: Beating Prostate Cancer Without Surgery and an internationally known and recognized leader in the field of 21st Century 3-D ULTRASONOGRAPHIC VOLUMETRIC DOPPLER IMAGING. In the Book The Prostate Cancer Revolution there is a new world of medical options for the 200,000+ men diagnosed annually with prostate cancer. Backed by compelling data about new ultrasound and MRI imaging technologies, Dr. Bard offers a way to overcome what men fear most dreaded random rectal biopsies using 10-14 needles with often inaccurate findings, being rushed into a whole-gland treatment (surgery, radiation), not being told the truth about side effect risks, missed time from work during treatment and recovery, leaking urine, having to wear pads or diapers, not being able to perform sexually. The Prostate Cancer Revolution explains how imaging breakthroughs provide peace of mind, tumors and their blood supply are precisely identified, if a biopsy is necessary, needle samples are taken only from the known tumor(s) for highly accurate findings, advanced imaging is used to plan and deliver minimally invasive, painless outpatient targeted treatments that destroy tumors without urinary or sexual side effects. The Prostate Cancer Revolution explains how imaging avoids unnecessary biopsies and “overkill” treatments, enables patients to monitor prostate health, and empowers them to create a cancer-free lifestyle. Dr. Bard shares his personal experience to inspire independent thinking. The Prostate Cancer Revolution is a revolutionary path for prostate cancer patients and their partners to release fear and embrace life to the max. Dr. Bard specializes in advanced 3-D sonography to detect cancers in numerous organs including the breast, prostate, skin, thyroid, melanoma and other areas. Dr. Bard's images are used to accurately guide biopsies, target therapy and provide focused follow-up after treatment. Dr. Bard's medical career began as a diagnostic radiologist and evolved into the practice of non-invasive 3D imaging with ultrasound, MRI and laser technologies. He has served in the military, been the head Radiologist at several leading hospitals, and published a multitude of textbooks and scientific papers. He presents articles worldwide, teaches at International Conferences and is on the Editorial Review Board of National and International Medical Journals. Holding medical licenses in several states, he holds Board certification from the American Board of Radiology (1974) and Fellowship in the American Society of Lasers in Medicine and Surgery (2014)Dr. Bard is currently in consulting practice in New York. He appears frequently on regional television, national radio and is a consultant to major healthcare organizations. He is committed to improving non-invasive cancer testing and developing minimally invasive image guided technologies to prevent cancer spread through his foundation, The Biofoundation for Angiogenesis Research and Development. In his role as director of BARD CANCER DIAGNOSTICS, he lectures at Mt. Sinai Medical Center, NYU Medical Center and leading international hospitals in England, France, Spain and the Netherlands. He has written two textbooks on prostate cancer imaging (Springer, 2009 and 2013) and is Editor of Image Guided Dermatologic Treatment (Springer, in press). To Contact Dr Robert L. Bard, go to bardcancercenter.com Disclaimer:Medical and Health information changes constantly. Therefore, the information provided in this podcast should not be considered current, complete, or exhaustive. Reliance on any information provided in this podcast is solely at your own risk. The Real Truth About Health does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, products, procedures, or opinions referenced in the following podcasts, nor does it exercise any authority or editorial control over that material. The Real Truth About Health provides a forum for discussion of public health issues. The views and opinions of our panelists do not necessarily reflect those of The Real Truth About Health and are provided by those panelists in their individual capacities. The Real Truth About Health has not reviewed or evaluated those statements or claims.
The Shift with Katherine Maslen
Suzanne Bartlett Hackenmiller, M.D. is an OB-Gyn and Integrative Medicine physician who practices in Waterloo, Iowa. She is board certified by both the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and the American Board of Integrative Medicine. She holds additional certifications in herbal medicine and is a certified forest therapy guide. She has served as medical director for the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy and currently is medical advisor for AllTrails. She is the award-winning author of The Outdoor Adventurer's Guide to Forest Bathing and Friend Like John, Understanding Autism. She speaks nationally and internationally about autism, integrative medicine, and nature therapy. Suzanne and her husband Joe are avid outdoor enthusiasts and lead workshops combining outdoor adventure and the mindful practice of forest bathing. In this episode Katherine and Dr. Suzanne Bartlett explore: The state of women's health in the US and why Dr. Bartlett chose to specialise in gynaecology What factors could be behind the increase in issues such as PCOS and endometriosis Nature therapies including the practice of forest bathing and how it can benefit mental and physical well-being How technology and the modern lifestyle has caused society to disconnect from time spent in nature The effect of microbes in the natural environment and how they impact our microbiome Why spending time in nature is so beneficial for reducing stress Suzanne's personal journey and how nature therapies played a part in her healing Links: Website Instagram Facebook Twitter LinkedIn The Shift Season 1
Stress is prevalent. It has become an inevitable part of living. But just because it's there doesn't mean we let it beat us up until issues erupt in our health. Giving us a great view of stress and its connections to our health and well-being, Corinna Bellizzi interviews America's Holistic Gynecologist, Shawn Tassone, MD, PhD. Dr. Tassone is the first physician in the United States to be double board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology by the American Board of Integrative Medicine. He holds a medical degree in addition to a Ph.D. in mind-body medicine. He uses his expertise to educate us about stress as it relates to our hormones, cortisol levels, and adrenal fatigue. Confronting the stressors in our daily lives, Dr. Tassone shares how we can address them through our health choices as well as supplements. Live your best life by equipping yourself with the tools to face stress. Tune in to this conversation! Key takeaways from this episode:- What stress does to the body- The relationship between stress and hormones- How to know if our cortisol levels are out of control- Supplements to support your adrenal glands- How to manage stress Guest Social Links:Website: https://www.drshawntassone.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shawntassonemdphd/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tassonedoc/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ShawnTassoneMDPhD
Open Your Eyes with Dr. Kerry Gelb
Dr. Lowe has published several respected articles regarding eye health and is a highly sought after speaker at many optometric conferences across the country. Dr. Lowe serves on the Contact Lens and Cornea Section and is a spokesperson for the American Optometric Association as well as a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and Diplomate of the American Board of Optometry. She served as Chairman for the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation State Board of Optometry and is a Past President of the Illinois Optometric Association.
Episode 83 and asked him for Jessica! We talk about seasonal allergies - how to recognize symptoms and the various treatment options. We discuss homeopathic options as well. And lastly—we discuss allergy testing. There is often confusion around allergy testing—there are many options and it's hard to know when testing will be beneficial. We review when testing may be helpful and when it may be best avoided. Dr. Michelle Yasharpour is an allergy, immunology and asthma specialist practicing in Beverly Hills. She is a firm believer in patient-centered, compassionate, individualized, and comprehensive medical care.She is board-certified to treat children and adults through American Board of Allergy and Immunology (ABAI).To visit Dr. Yasharpour find out more, go to her website:https://allergybeverlyhills.com/ Get matched with a therapist by using Better Help! Give it a try---invest in your mental health: https://betterhelp.com/askdrjessica for 10% off your first month of therapy. Dr Jessica Hochman is a board certified pediatrician, mom to three children, and she is very passionate about the health and well being of children. Most of her educational videos are targeted towards general pediatric topics and presented in an easy to understand manner. Do you have a future topic you'd like Dr Jessica Hochman to discuss? Email Dr Jessica Hochman email@example.com. Dr Jessica Hochman is also on social media:Follow her on Instagram: @AskDrJessicaSubscribe to her YouTube channel! Ask Dr JessicaSubscribe to this podcast: Ask Dr JessicaSubscribe to her mailing list: www.askdrjessicamd.comThe information presented in Ask Dr Jessica is for general educational purposes only. She does not diagnose medical conditions or formulate treatment plans for specific individuals. If you have a concern about your child's health, be sure to call your child's health care provider.
Follow @dental_digest_podcast Instagram Follow @dr.melissa_seibert on Instagram Connect with Melissa on Linkedin Dr. Lagreca is a Board-Certified Prosthodontist and fellow of the American Board of Prosthodontics. She received her first dental degree (DDS) from the Universidad Central de Venezuela in Caracas. She then received her certificate in Prosthodontics, Implant Fellowship training and currently Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) degrees from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine (TUSDM). Dr. Lagreca is the President of the American College of Prosthodontics Massachusetts section, where she collaborates with dental professionals from all three dental schools in MA. Dr. Lagreca enjoys rehabilitating patients from single teeth crowns to full mouth makeovers with veneers, crowns, implants and dentures. The first dentist on a family of engineers and designers, she truly understands the integration of aesthetics and function. She also enjoys the integration of facial esthetics including Botox to manage clenching, grinding and TMJ disorders. Dr. Lagreca's achievements have been recognized by the Incisal Edge Magazine 40-under-40 2021 Award, The American Dental Education Association and The American Dental Association.
Welcome to Episode 148 of Autism Parenting Secrets. We are delighted to have Dr. Sharon Hausman-Cohen with us today and we're talking genomics. An exciting and promising area of opportunity to better support your child that you don't want to overlook.And the first step is better understanding what's now possible that wasn't even a few years ago.Dr. Sharon is the Chief Medical Officer and co-founder of IntellxxDNA™. She received both her master's degree and medical degree from Harvard Medical School and she's been in the field of integrative medicine for over 25 years. She co-foundered IntellxxDNA to fill an unmet need for an accurate, evidence-based genomics tool geared at helping functional and integrative physicians practice personalized medicine. A tool that could 1) help identify ROOT CAUSES of autism, cognitive decline, environmentally acquired illness, and other chronic illnesses and 2) help clinicians know HOW to address these genomic factors. The IntellxxDNA™ clinical decision support tool is now being used as part of medical decision-making by physicians across the country and it's being used in studies addressing autism and complex illnesses in children as well as in adult studies geared at the reversal of cognitive decline. There are literally hundreds of different nutrients, vitamins, and interventions out there that have evidence in the literature for improving outcomes in autism, OCD, ADHD, and anxiety. But, how do you the parent figure out without random trial and error what might be beneficial for YOUR child?The secret this week is … Have A DNA-PRECISE PlanYou'll Discover:Why Autism ISN'T Genetic (4:07)What To Do About MTHFR (13:30)Case Study 1 - Uncovering The Real Root Cause (20:06)Why A Clinical Decision Support Tool Is So Valuable (23:45)Why You Need a Doctor and How They Can Get Trained (28:19)Some Incredible, Preliminary Improvement Statistics (32:05)Case Study 2 - Two Month Turnaround (32:29)Case Study 3 - An Incredible Transformation (36:57)Why It's Never Too Late To Benefit From Functional Genomics (41:00)Why The One-Time Investment In Genomics Is Worth It - (52:07)About Our Guest:Dr. Sharon Hausman-Cohen is the Chief Medical Officer and co-founder of IntellxxDNA™. Dr. Hausman-Cohen received both her master's degree and medical degree from Harvard Medical School. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Family Medicine and a diplomate of the American Board of Integrative Medicine. Dr. Hausman-Cohen has been in the field of integrative medicine for over 25 years. She and her co-founder developed IntellxxDNA as an answer to an unmet need in the integrative and functional medicine community; the need for an accurate, evidence-based genomics tool geared at helping functional and integrative physicians practice personalized medicine. They envisioned and created a tool that could help identify root causes of autism, cognitive decline, environmentally acquired illness, and other chronic illnesses, BUT also a tool that could help clinicians know how to address these genomic factors. The IntellxxDNA™ clinical decision support tool is now being used to make genomics actionable and understandable. IntellxxDNA is being used as part of medical decision-making by physicians across the country. Dr. Hausman-Cohen loves combining her passion for science and medicine and using her scientific mind to integrate large amounts of complex data. She is proud that IntellxxDNA™ is currently being used in studies addressing autism and complex illnesses in children as well as in adult studies geared at the reversal of cognitive decline. She is the co-author of many publications relating to genomics including two that focus on autism. She is also the primary author of a precision medicine textbook chapter on genomics and neurodegenerative diseases and a chapter in a book published by Frontiers in Neuroscience and Aging relating to frontiers in dementia treatment. She has taught extensively across the country at conferences for physicians as well as for community members. Dr. Hausman-Cohen is the co-founder of Resilient Health which is her patient-facing practice in Austin, TX.References in The Episode:IntellxxDNA.comATEC AssessmentThe Australian Centre for Genomic AnalysisAdditional Resources:Take The Quiz: What's YOUR Top Autism Parenting Blindspot?To learn more about Cass & Len, visit us at www.autismparentingsecrets.comBe sure to follow Cass & Len on InstagramIf you enjoyed this episode, share it with your friends.
DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast
If you like our podcast and would like to subscribe and leave us a 5-star review, we would be extremely grateful! “What you're doing every day with this patient in front of you, this vulnerable person that's come to you, it's a privilege. This is an honor that society has given us that allows us to take care of that person. ” -David Alfery, MD Today's guest is Dr. David Alfery, Anesthesiologist and author. In this episode, Dr. Alfery discusses his journey as a physician and the inspiration behind his new book, Saving Grace: What Patients Teach Their Doctors About Life, Death, and the Balance in Between. He shares the lessons he's learned from his patients over the past 36 years as an Anesthesiologist and advice on how to stay connected to your purpose as a physician. _ Dr. David Alfery attended Tulane University where he obtained a BA in English. After graduating from LSU Medical School in New Orleans, he spent a year as a surgical intern at the University of Kentucky in Lexington before doing his residency in anesthesia at the University of California in San Diego. He stayed on there for an additional year of fellowship training in cardiothoracic anesthesia. In 1980 he moved to Nashville, Tennessee where he spent a thirty-six-year career in private practice. Dr. Alfery has served as a Chief of Anesthesia, President of the Tennessee State Society of Anesthesiologists, and was a founding member of Anesthesia Medical Group, one of the largest anesthesia practices in the United States. For twenty years he served as an Oral Examiner for the American Board of Anesthesiology, ending his tenure as a Senior Examiner. He holds an academic appointment at Vanderbilt University Medical Center as Adjunct Associate Professor of Anesthesiology. Dr. Alfery has authored 10 chapters in medical textbooks and 41 peer reviewed articles in anesthesia medical journals. He invented several anesthesia devices for which he has been awarded 17 US and International patents. His new book, Saving Grace: What Patients Teach Their Doctors About Life, Death, and the Balance in Between, was published in January of 2023. Dr. David Alfery's social media: https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-alfery-94808410/ https://savinggracebook.com/ https://www.facebook.com/david.alfery.5/ https://www.tiktok.com/@drdavidalfery _ The past few weeks have been busy at DocWorking! We have been working behind the scenes to add a 24/7 CONFIDENTIAL COUNSELING CARE LINE to our new low cost DocWorking THRIVE Essential package, as well as even more CME credits for our THRIVE small group coaching and courses. Let your CME budget help you prioritize your own wellness so you can get on with living your best life on your own terms, as defined by you, with DocWorking THRIVE. You can take the first step today by taking the DocWorking 2-Minute Balance to Burnout Quiz! Where are you on the Balance to Burnout Continuum? Take the quiz and find out today! DocWorking empowers physicians and entire healthcare teams to get on the path to achieving their dreams, both in and outside of work, with programs designed to help you maximize life with minimal time. We are now enrolling for several new low cost DocWorking THRIVE Well-Being pilot programs, for your care team members including nurses, techs, medical assistants and others, as well as special programs for recruitment and retention of your new physician and other clinician hires. CONTACT US TO LEARN MORE If you like our podcast and would like to subscribe and leave us a 5-star review, we would be extremely grateful! We're everywhere you like to get your podcasts! Apple iTunes, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Google, Pandora, Stitcher, PlayerFM, ListenNotes, Amazon, YouTube, and Podbean. You can also find us on Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Some links in our blogs and show notes are affiliate links, and purchases made via those links may result in payments to DocWorking. These help toward our production costs. Thank you for supporting DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast!
Dr. Michael Breus, Ph.D., DABSM, FAASM Clinical Psychologist, Sleep Medicine Expert Michael Breus, Ph.D. is a Diplomate of the American Board of Sleep Medicine and a Fellow of The American Academy of Sleep Medicine, and one of only 168 psychologists to pass the Sleep Medical Specialty Board without going to medical school. Dr. Breus is a sought-after lecturer and his knowledge is shared daily in major national media worldwide including Today, Dr. Oz, and Oprah, and for fourteen years as the sleep expert on WebMD. Dr. Breus is the bestselling author of The Power of When, The Sleep Doctor's Diet Plan, and Good Night! Learn More: https://thesleepdoctor.com/
Episode #3.1: The Heart of Law With Mike Papantonio Today, on The Heart of Law we are honored to welcome back Mike Papantonio, or "Pap" as he is affectionately known, a senior partner at the Levin Papantonio Rafferty law firm. With a series of multimillion-dollar verdicts under his belt, he is a trailblazer in the field of mass tort litigation, having handled thousands of cases across the nation. Pap's unwavering commitment to seeking justice for victims of corporate greed has helped establish Levin Papantonio Rafferty as one of the preeminent plaintiff law firms in the country. As Mirena Umizaj and her esteemed colleague exchange pleasantries, she extends her heartfelt congratulations on his daughter's decision to embark on a journey in the legal field. They begin discussing advice for aspiring young lawyers, and the topic of the legacy case arises. Undoubtedly, it is imperative to leave a lasting impact and make a meaningful contribution to the legal landscape. Pap offers sage advice and commends Mirena on her own exceptional progress, urging others to emulate her trailblazing ways. He generously provides a roadmap for success, encouraging young lawyers to exhibit the courage to take on a monumental case. They should not cower in the face of rejection or the possibility of failure, but instead understand that the law of averages dictates that risks must be taken. To avoid becoming a mere “Joe Schmoe'', one must have the fortitude to blaze new trails, take chances, and leave an imprint on the legal community. Additionally, he proudly unveils his latest merchandise, a series of t-shirts bearing the slogan "America's Lawyer". The rationale behind this branding is to “inspire young lawyers to strive towards becoming the best legal professionals in their respective communities'', with the potential to earn the moniker of "America's Lawyer" in their own right. Pap highlights the incredible feats of lawyers who have taken on insurmountable cases and triumphed against all odds. He discusses his friend Rob Billot's harrowing experience with a PFAS case in Columbus, Ohio, which ultimately resulted in a settlement of nearly a billion dollars. Mike emphasizes that these lawyers did not view these cases as a cakewalk but as an opportunity to make a significant impact. He also recounts his own journey, meeting Mirena, and learning about the necessity of careful planning, tenacity, and a network of experienced professionals to succeed in the legal field. In a captivating exchange, Mirena and Pap delve into the entanglement of Wall Street with the legal industry. Pap boldly forecasts a major lawsuit looming on the horizon and uncovers a series of scams involving case acquisition individuals peddling cases to multiple entities. In mass torts, politics come into play, and Pap emphasizes the importance of having confidence in oneself in the legal field. He compares it to a “matador facing a bull, confident enough to turn his back and get on one knee”. Similarly, a lawyer must have the courage to face challenging situations without fear. He acknowledges that there will always be people who try to interfere with one's work and outdo them, but it is important to remain focused on the task at hand and not be distracted by petty “sophomoric rivalries”. Pap humorously refers to this as "Italian Alzheimer's" - forgetting everything except those who have wronged you. EPISODE SURVEY: [00:03:16] - [00:07:00] Trouble Teen Institutions [00:07:33] - [00:10:18 Importance of The Legacy Case [00:10:20] - [00:14:46] Courage in the Legal Field: Advice for Young Lawyers [00:14:47] - [00:18:38] Lawyers That Have Stepped Out [00:18:41] - [00:26:15] Yin and Yang in Mass Torts [00:26:17] - [00:30:47] The Intersection of Wall Street And The Legal Business [00:30:50] : [00:45:45] Mass Torts: Future Predictions and Politics Amidst the Money Frenzy QUOTABLE QUOTES: “You can't be afraid of rejection, failure or being told no, you must understand what you do is all law of average” “Lawyers have to make a decision about what that license means to them…In the end doing some good means something” “Do you think any of one these lawyers looked at a big case and said this is going be an easy road, hell no they looked at it and said this is going to be impossible but they did it ” “ You know you don't have control of your cases when your not actively involved, when you don't have control of your destiny your kind of waiting to see” “You can be the greatest closer in the world but if you're not looking at cases or taking risks and you're afraid of failure you're never going to do anything significant. You're just going to be a Joe Schmoe doing the same thing everyone else does” ABOUT OUR GUEST: ● Senior Partner of Levin Papantonio Rafferty, P.A. ● Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer by the Florida Bar and the National Board of Trial Advocacy ● Host of the YouTube show America's Lawyer with over 900,000 subscribers , and founder and former host of Ring of Fire, a popular radio program. ● Inducted into the National Trial Lawyers' Hall of Fame (2015) and Former President of The National Trial Lawyers (2012) ● Author of multiple novels, including four motivational books for lawyers and a series of legal thrillers ● Member of The International Academy of Trial Lawyers, The International Society of Barristers, The National Trial Lawyers Association, The American Board of Trial Advocates, The American Justice Association, The Southern Trial Lawyers Association, and The Florida Justice Association ● Recipient of several prestigious awards, including but not limited to, the Compassionate Gladiator Award from the Florida Justice Association (2019), Defender of Justice Award by the American Association for Justice (2015), and the Perry Nichols Award by the Florida Justice Association (2011)
Learn Skin with Dr. Raja and Dr. Hadar
Curious about how skin diseases connect to the rest of the body? You're in luck. This week, we're joined by Dr. Ellie Campbell, as she walks us through the connection, and discusses reversing chronic disease, oxidative stress, and just how “heart attacks can be optional.” Each Thursday, join Dr. Raja and Dr. Hadar, board-certified dermatologists, as they share the latest evidence-based research in integrative dermatology. For access to CE/CME courses, become a member at LearnSkin.com. Ellie Campbell, DO is a native Chicagoan, and graduate of the University of Illinois, the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, and the Medical College of Georgia. Board certified in Family Medicine for 30 years, she also holds certification from the American Board of Integrative Medicine. She is solo physician with specialty interests in interdisciplinary collaboration, Functional Medicine, Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy, reversing chronic disease, cardiovascular disease prevention, natural treatments for high blood pressure, the oral-systemic connections, and Vitamin D. She also enjoys live theater, gardening, healthy cooking, hiking, travel, and playtime with her husband, three adult daughters and 2 100-lb dogs.