Medical speciality that focuses on anesthesia and perioperative medicine
In this episode, we are joined by Robert Karpinos, MD, Assistant Vice President, Medical Director of Perioperative Services and Chairman Department of Anesthesiology at St. Barnabas Hospital, The Bronx, NY, to discuss how pain management has evolved in recent years, what to know about The Joint Commission's new emphasis on narcotic avoidance, how providers can create pain management programs that limit narcotic exposure but still adequately manage patients' pain and more.This episode is sponsored by Somnia Anesthesia.
On this episode we talk to the John Martin, MD the Chief Medical Operator at Butterfly Network, Inc. about the utility, future and applications of the powerful Butterfly IQ+ portable ultrasound probe. We discuss the butterfly iQ+ built in educational videos teaching point of care ultrasound (POCUS) and how it is all three probes in one right on your hip. Will this be the replacement of the stethoscope and be on everyone's hip? Listen and find out! Learn more at https://www.butterflynetwork.com/iq
"Buprenorphine Treatment Recommendations for Patients With Opioid Use Disorder," by Kristina Michaud, DO, Anesthesiology Resident; Harrison Plunkett, MD, Anesthesiology Chief Resident; and Lynn Kohan, MD, Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine; all of the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia. From ASRA News, November 2021. See original article at www.asra.com/asra-news for figures and references. This material is copyrighted.
No brief introductory words could adequately communicate how proud I am to know this woman.Dr. Daltry Dott is not only an incredibly skilled and successful anesthesiologist, but she also happens to be one of my lifelong best friends, going on over 20 years now.In the intro for this episode, you'll hear me share just a couple ridiculous anecdotes from some of our younger years. We have laughed ourselves to tears maaany times, and we have sat in coffee shops quietly while she studied for her medical licensure boards and I “studied” (even post grad school, just my idea of fun) psychology/mental health books.I've been hosting various podcasts for several years now, and it wasn't until I recently got a bee in my bonnet (yes, yes I just did) to learn more about doing therapy with clients struggling with chronic pain that I thought, DUH, I should talk with Daltry, aka Dr. Dott, aka literally an expert on chronic pain!Even if you don't think you're interested in this topic, I urge you to listen to this one as I'm sure you'll learn something that ends up being important or helpful either for yourself or someone you love.As always, remember that this podcast is educational/entertainment, and NOT intended to replace individualized care from your medical and mental health providers.About Dr. Daltry Dott (she/her)Daltry Dott, M.D., CHCQM, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Management at UT Southwestern Medical Center. She specializes in complex chronic pain management and utilizes a multidisciplinary approach to help individualize treatment plans and provide comprehensive and compassionate care to each patient.Dr. Dott earned her medical degree at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, where she was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha and Gold Humanism Honors Societies for her exemplary leadership, academic achievement, and compassionate care. She completed a residency in anesthesiology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, serving as Chief Resident during her final year, and then remained at Vanderbilt for advanced training through a pain management fellowship. Dr. Dott is board certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology in both Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine. She is also certified by the National Board of Echocardiography in basic perioperative transesophageal echocardiography and by the American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians in health care quality and management, with subspecialty certifications as a physician advisor and patient safety and risk manager. She was included in D Magazine's Best Doctors in Collin County list for 2021.For an awesome list of resources Dr. Dott provided re: pain, vist the show notes on our website at https://gaiacenter.co/blog/bodyful-10
KL127 Ruth Gotian Chief Learning Officer in Anesthesiology at Weill Cornell Medicine The Success Factor for Leaders and High Achievers Episode Summary Have you ever wondered why some people achieve exceptional success while others reach average levels? On Episode 127 of the Keep Leading!® podcast, I interviewed Ruth Gotian to learn the answer. Ruth invested decades researching and studying the most successful people of our generation to understand what they do when the world isn't watching. Learn what they do that ultimately puts them in an elite class and how did they overcome failures! Bio Dr. Ruth Gotian is the Chief Learning Officer and Assistant Professor of Education in Anesthesiology and former Assistant Dean of Mentoring and Executive Director of the Mentoring Academy at Weill Cornell Medicine. She has been hailed by the journal Nature and Columbia University as an expert in mentorship and leadership development. In 2021, she was selected as one of 30 people worldwide to be named to the Thinkers50 Radar List, dubbed the Oscars of management thinking, and is a semi-finalist for the Forbes 50 Over 50 list. In addition to publishing in academic journals, she contributes to Forbes and Psychology Today, where she writes about 'optimizing success.' Her research is about the mindset and skillset of peak performers, including Nobel laureates, astronauts, and Olympic champions. Her forthcoming book, The Success Factor, will be out in January. Website https://www.ruthgotian.com/ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/rgotian/ Twitter https://twitter.com/RuthGotian Facebook https://www.facebook.com/RuthGotian/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/ruthgotian/ Leadership Quote Do something important, not just interesting. Get Your Copy of Ruth's Book! https://www.amazon.com/Success-Factor-Developing-Skillset-Performance/dp/1398602299/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=The+Success+Factor+%E2%80%93+Developing+the+Mindset+and+Skillset+for+Peak+Performance&qid=1621708330&sr=8-1 Subscribe, share and review on Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/keep-leading/id1461490512 Full Episode Transcripts and Detailed Guest Information www.KeepLeadingPodcast.com Keep Leading LIVE (Live Recordings of the Keep Leading!® Podcast) www.KeepLeadingLive.com The Keep Leading!® podcast is for people passionate about leadership. It is dedicated to leadership development and insights. Join your host Eddie Turner, The Leadership Excelerator® as he speaks with accomplished leaders and people of influence across the globe as they share their journey to leadership excellence. Listen as they share leadership strategies, techniques, and insights. For more information visit https://eddieturnerllc.com or follow Eddie Turner on Twitter and Instagram at @eddieturnerjr. Like Eddie Turner LLC on Facebook. Connect with Eddie Turner on LinkedIn. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this special episode, Dr. Adam Striker shares clips from ANESTHESIOLOGY 2021, featuring luminaries from the specialty, including ASA's current and past presidents: Drs. Randall Clark, Beverly Philip, and Mary Dale Peterson. Listen in as leaders from the field discuss topics ranging from ASA's leadership and communications efforts to the opioid crisis, Advanced Payment Models, the Perioperative Surgical Home, and the challenges women anesthesiologists face today. Recorded October 2021
Our guest is Dr. Joel Zivot, Associate Professor of Anesthesiology at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta. Ho also holds a Masters degree in ethics and is a Senior Faculty Fellow at the Emory University Center for Ethics. He shares his personal experience with and perspective on the reality of death by lethal injection and discusses why the medical profession should not serve as an arm of the State. GUEST: Joel Zivot, MD: https://mobile.twitter.com/joel_zivot (Twitter) and https://ethics.emory.edu/who-we-are/our-people/faculty/senior-faculty-fellows/courrier-anne-elisabeth1.html (Webpage) WATCH ON YOUTUBE: https://youtu.be/vewMYFymMVo (Watch the episode) on our YouTube channel. Support this podcast
PTSD expert Dr. Lipov, a board-certified physician in Anesthesiology and Pain Management, and his family went through years managing the trauma that came with the adoption of their son. Research shows that adoptees are 4 times more likely to attempt suicide than non-adoptees. PTSD is common among adoptees, as they often come from challenging environments, often leading to trauma for new adoptive parents. An Oxford study found 1,900 cases of child-to-parent violence in a year period, but experts say the results are severely underreported, due to the taboo nature and because parents will often not report out of fear of legal consequences for their children. Dr. Lipov is a renowned medical researcher and the Chief Medical Officer of Stella, a pioneering mental health treatment organization. Dr. Lipov developed the revolutionary solution which he used on both himself and his adopted son, called the Stellate Ganglion Block (SGB). Combined with psychotherapy, the SGB shows an 80% effectiveness rate in patients. https://stellacenter.com/
In this episode, board certified oral maxillofacial surgeon Dr. Jay Platt will discuss analgesics, how to prescribe antibiotics, antibiotic resistance, new guidelines related to antibiotics, MRONJ, oral pathology and more. Jay Platt, DDS is originally from Fort Wayne, graduating from high school in 1979. From there he spent three years at Indiana University in Bloomington and entered Indiana University School of Dentistry in 1983. After graduating from IUSD in 1986 he did a one-year general practice residency at the Indiana University Medical Center. From 1987-1990 he did an Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon Residency at the IU Medical Center, gaining his certificate in 1990. In 1992, Dr. Platt became Board Certified by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons and has maintained it since. He was awarded fellowship in the American College of Dentists and he is a member of the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, American Dental Association, Indiana Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, the Northwest Indiana Dental Society, he is a diplomate of the National Dental Board of Anesthesiology, and a member of the International College of Oral Implantologists. He is a past member of the Board of the Northwest Indiana Dental Society and past President of the Indiana Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. He is on faculty at Spear Education and speaks regularly at the AAOMS annual meeting in addition to the AAOMS Dental Implant Conference. Dr. Platt practices all phases of oral and maxillofacial surgery concentrating on all types of extractions, placement of dental implants, exposure of impacted teeth, pathology and corrective jaw surgery. He has great interest and experience in intraoral bone grafts and placement of dental implants. As the founder of the Northwest Indiana Dental Implant Study Club he has been a leader in the area of dental implants for many years. He maintains two Spear Study clubs as well. The use of Nitrous Oxide and IV anesthetics in the office to allow for maximum patient comfort is a big part of his practice. Dr. Platt currently resides in Munster with his wife Bobbie.
Dr. Ruth Gotian is the Chief Learning Officer and Assistant Professor of Education in Anesthesiology and former Assistant Dean of Mentoring and Executive Director of the Mentoring Academy at Weill Cornell Medicine. She has been hailed by the journal Nature and Columbia University as an expert in mentoring and leadership development and is currently a contributor to Forbes and Psychology Today where she writes about ‘optimizing success'. She also has a weekly show and podcast by the same name where she gathers high achievers to talk about their journey to success. In 2021, she was one of 30 people worldwide to be named to the Thinkers50 Radar List, dubbed the Oscars of management thinking and is a semi-finalist for the Forbes 50 Over 50 list. author of The Success Factor – Developing the Mindset and Skillset for Peak Performance. Learn more about Ruth at www.ruthgotian.com or connect with her at: www.twitter.com/ruthgotian www.instagram.com/ruthgotian https://www.linkedin.com/in/rgotian/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fit-to-lead/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fit-to-lead/support
This week on The Business Couch with Dr. Yishai, I had Dr. Ruth Gotian, Chief Learning Officer and Assistant Professor of Education in Anesthesiology at Weil Cornell Medicine, and an expert in mentorship and leadership development, holding multiple awards. She interviews the most successful people of our generation including Nobel laureates, astronauts, CEOs, and Olympic Champions to pick apart and learn from their habits and practices to optimize your own success.Dr. Gotain is a regular contributor to top publications like Forbes, Psychology Today, Nature, and Scientific American, which underscores her passion and obsession for top performance, which has recently culminated in writing her new book: “The Success Factor: Developing the Mindset and Skillset for Peak Business Performance.”If you haven't yet, go back and listen to episodes 169 and 170 if you want to learn about high performance and the story and lessons for how Dr. Gotian became obsessed with high performance, leadership development, lessons and stories along the way, and of course her research on the 4 puzzle pieces that fit together in the most successful high performers with takeaways you can start implementing immediately. At the end of our conversation, Dr. Gotian shared an observation about perfectionism being a moving target, about the relationship between perfectionism, procrastination, and paralysis. She the asked me for my solution to how we can stop getting caught in a cycle of chasing perfectionism, procrastinating because it is perpetually elusive, and getting paralyzed as a result. So today, you'll hear me talk all about perfectionism, procrastination, and paralysis. You'll hear me define, deconstruct, and then rebuild an understanding of those processes that can flip them from problematic to propelling you forward. This episode is brought to you by Adaptability Coaching. Want to learn how to make adaptability your superpower to thrive in business and beyond? Learn psychology and neuroscience-backed frameworks and tools to harness the adaptability of the human brain. Learn to become fast, flexible, and formidable. Learn more at www.DrYishai.com/Coaching Connect with Dr. Yishai: Podcast Site: https://thebusinesscouchwithdryishai.buzzsprout.com/Website: https://www.DrYishai.com/Email: Yishai@DrYishai.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dryishai/Instagram: @DrYishai or https://www.instagram.com/dryishai/ Disclaimer: The information contained in this publication is for general informational purposes only and shall not be relied on or construed as coaching advice. © 2020 Yishai B LLC. All rights reserved.
Avishai T Neuman, MD, MSc, is a board-certified anesthesiologist and Sackler alumus of the class of 2006. Currently Dr. Neuman is the Medical Director of Centurion Anesthesia – an anesthesia group that provides services to over 100 ambulatory and office based practices in 10 states, primarily in NY, NJ and Florida. Additionally, Dr. Neuman has been an attending on staff at New York Presbyterian Queens since 2010 and is also on staff at NYU Langone Medical Center. He served as the Director of Anesthesiology at Peninsula Hospital center in Far Rockaway and as the medical director at a number of Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASC) in the New York Metro area. Dr. Neuman completed his internship in Internal Medicine at Maimonides Medical Center. Following his intern year, he was awarded the prestigious Nursing Partnership Award for his work and involvement in restructuring the Hospital Code team. He continued his residency in Anesthesiology at SUNY Downstate Medical Center. Throughout his medical training Dr. Neuman has been involved in research and has been published in the prestigious Journals of Anesthesia & Analgesia and the British Journal of Anesthesia. He has also presented posters and case studies at a number of national medical conferences.In his spare time, Dr. Neuman volunteers as a Reginal Emergency Medical Advisory Committee (REMAC) physician, in Haztolah (RL) and serves as the medical director for Hatzalah Air, the aviation division of Hatzalah. Dr. Neuman resides in Valley Stream, NY with his wife and four children, where he serves as the President of his Synagogue, Beis Haknesses of North Woodmere (BKNW).
"Minority Underrepresentation Is Growing in Medicine: Where Are We Today, and Where Will We Be Tomorrow?" by Stephen R. Estime, MD, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology; and Ashley Reed, MD, Pain Medicine Fellow; both of the University of Chicago Medicine, Chicago, Illinois. From ASRA News, August 2021. See original article at www.asra.com/asra-news for figures and references. This material is copyrighted.
Do you feel overwhelmed, exhausted, and lacking work-life control? According to our guest, Dr. Sasha Shillcutt, there's a better way ! She tells us all about it on this episode of the Millennial Health podcast. Dr. Shillcutt is the CEO & Founder of Brave Enough and her passion is empowering and encouraging women to be #braveenough in their professional and personal lives.She is also a tenured and endowed Professor and the Vice Chair of Strategy in the Department of Anesthesiology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC), a well-published researcher in cardiac anesthesiology and gender equity, author, and international speaker.Thank you for listening to the Millennial Health Podcast. Please subscribe to the podcast, share with your friends and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. If you have questions or comments feel free to reach out on Instagram and Twitter @DrJaySheree
Dr. Ruth Gotian is the Chief Learning Officer and Assistant Professor of Education in Anesthesiology at Weil Cornell Medicine, and an expert in mentorship and leadership development, holding multiple awards. She interviews the most successful people of our generation including Nobel laureates, astronauts, CEOs, and Olympic Champions to pick apart and learn from their habits and practices to optimize your own success. Dr. Gotian regularly contributes to Forbes, Psychology Today, Nature, and Scientific American, is an international keynote speaker, hosts “The Mentorship Project” podcast, and her new book, “The Success Factor: Developing the Mindset and Skillset for Peak Business Performance” is available on Amazon and ships out in January of 2022.On Story Tuesday, Dr. Gotian shares her story of pursuing her doctorate at 43 while working full time and raising a family. She shares the one question that set her down the path of developing her passion, curiosity, and forming her 4-piece puzzle that has contributed to her high performance and success. This episode is brought to you by Adaptability Coaching. Want to learn how to make adaptability your superpower to thrive in business and beyond? Learn psychology and neuroscience-backed frameworks and tools to harness the adaptability of the human brain. Learn to become fast, flexible, and formidable. Learn more at www.DrYishai.com/Coaching Guest Links:Website: https://www.ruthgotian.com/aboutLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rgotian/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ruthgotianBook: https://www.amazon.com/Success-Factor-Developing-Skillset-Performance/dp/1398602299 Host Links:Podcast Website:https://thebusinesscouchwithdryishai.buzzsprout.com/Dr. Yishai's email: Yishai@DrYishai.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dryishaiInstagram: @DrYishai or https://www.instagram.com/dryishai/Disclaimer: The information contained in this publication is for general informational purposes only and shall not be relied on or construed as coaching advice. © 2020 Yishai B LLC. All rights reserved.
Dr. Adam Striker interviews Dr. Allison Fernandez, host and creator of Women of Impact in Anesthesiology, a series of video interviews featuring prominent women in the specialty. Tune in for this lively discussion on how a grant from ASA's Committee on Professional Diversity set Dr. Fernandez on her path; what she hopes listeners will learn from the series; and what she took away from interviews with luminaries from the field on topics ranging from work-life balance to gender disparities to mentoring. Recorded October 2021.
Dr. Ruth Gotian is the Chief Learning Officer and Assistant Professor of Education in Anesthesiology at Weil Cornell Medicine, and an expert in mentorship and leadership development, holding multiple awards. She interviews the most successful people of our generation including Nobel laureates, astronauts, CEOs, and Olympic Champions to pick apart and learn from their habits and practices to optimize your own success. Dr. Gotian regularly contributes to Forbes, Psychology Today, Nature, and Scientific American, is an international keynote speaker, hosts “The Mentorship Project” podcast, and her new book, “The Success Factor: Developing the Mindset and Skillset for Peak Business Performance” is available on Amazon and ships out in January of 2022.On Insight Sunday, Dr. Gotian shares her story of becoming obsessed with high performance, mentorship, and leadership development. She shares her research on the 4 puzzle pieces that consistently fit together in the most successful highest performers, including Olympians, astronauts, and Nobel laureates. We talk about the difference between habits and these principles, how to cultivate them, and mindset obstacles that can get in the way of reaching your highest performance.This episode is brought to you by Adaptability Coaching. Want to learn how to make adaptability your superpower to thrive in business and beyond? Learn psychology and neuroscience-backed frameworks and tools to harness the adaptability of the human brain. Learn to become fast, flexible, and formidable. Learn more at www.DrYishai.com/Coaching Guest Links:Website: https://www.ruthgotian.com/aboutLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rgotian/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ruthgotianBook: https://www.amazon.com/Success-Factor-Developing-Skillset-Performance/dp/1398602299 Host Links:Podcast Website:https://thebusinesscouchwithdryishai.buzzsprout.com/Dr. Yishai's email: Yishai@DrYishai.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dryishaiInstagram: @DrYishai or https://www.instagram.com/dryishai/Disclaimer: The information contained in this publication is for general informational purposes only and shall not be relied on or construed as coaching advice. © 2020 Yishai B LLC. All rights reserved.
The discovery of chloroform was closely intertwined with ether anesthesia because of the relative closeness of their discoveries, but it did not take long for the early pioneers of anesthesia use to understand the enormous difference between the two anesthetic agents. From October 1846 to November 1847, anesthesia providers used ether to ease pain in surgery and it might have seemed as if a golden age in medicine was just beginning, but tragedy would eventually strike the growing specialty of anesthesiology. Hannah Greener's experience with the use of chloroform anesthesia as a patient would mark a major crisis point for the early advocates of anesthesia.This season of the series is about revisiting the history of anesthesiology while also reimagining those events based on what we know today. But that story can't be told without also diving into the dangers of the use of anesthesia. It is perhaps the most important piece of knowledge that we possess now, that those early anesthesiologists were not sufficiently aware of at the time.This is episode 2 of season 3 of “Anesthesiology News presents The Etherist.” Episode 3 will be available on Nov. 2, 2021.Sponsored by Masimo and Medtronic.Suggested ReadingFenster JM. _Ether Day: The Strange Tale of America's Greatest Medical Discovery and the Haunted Men Who Made It._ Perennial; 2002.Knight PR III, Bacon DR. An unexplained death: Hannah Greener and chloroform. Anesthesiology. 2002;96:1250–1253. Mets B. Leadership in Anaesthesia: Five Pioneers of the Deadly Quest for Surgical Insensibility. Cambridge Scholars Publishing; 2021. Mets B. Waking Up Safer?: An Anesthesiologist's Record. SilverWood Books; 2018. Snow SJ. Blessed Days of Anaesthesia: How Anaethetics Changed the World. Oxford University Press; 2008. Sykes K, Bunker J. Anaesthesia and the Practice of Medicine: Historical Perspectives. 1st ed. CRC Press; 2007.Follow Us:Our WebsiteApple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastFind Us on Social:TwitterFacebookLinkedInInstagram
In this episode we talk to Lee Austin, a former Anesthesiologist Assistant who went back to school to become a CRNA. Lee explains how different the educational programs were, how different the focus is on training between the independent practice trained CRNA to the assistant role of the AA and how that difference really resulted in professional fulfillment for her. We also discuss the Texas Christian University AA to CRNA bridge program and how Lee feels every AA should consider it!This is a great insight from someone who has been through both programs and worked as both types of provider. Listeners can learn more about the TCU AA to CRNA bridge program HERE !
Dr. Marilyn M. Singleton MD, JD is a board-certified anesthesiologist and Association of American Physicians and Surgeons member. She graduated from Stanford, earned her MD at UCSF Medical School. Dr. Singleton was Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and critical care at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. She earned her legal degree from UC Berkeley Law School and focused on Constitutional and Administrative law. She set up clinics in El Salvador, ran for political office, taught classes in elder abuse and Constitutional law, and addressed physicians at the AAPS annual meetings. Our topics, covid-19 mandates, safety, and transforming America. https://marilynsingletonmdjd.com, https://TheConservativePundit.net
Friends,There are numerous critical healthcare reframes in this week's episode. First, what Dr. Silverstein makes abundantly clear is that the senior leadership team at ChristianaCare is fully comitted to accelerating the shift to value based payment. Second, they are committed to greatly expanding the use of virtual care as a primary mode of care. Third, they are focused on health outcomes vs healthcare delivery. Underlying these three patient-centered goals is another profound reframe, the notion that in order to achieve the quadruple aim, provider organizations must form vertical integrations and create complementary collaborations with other types of stakeholders in healthcare - such as payers and retailers.Our guest today, Ken Silverstein, is the Chief Physician Executive at ChristianaCare. He previously served as chair of ChristianaCare's Department of Anesthesiology, Medical Director of Perioperative Services and as Chief Medical Officer. He received his undergraduate degree from Brown University, his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine and his MBA from the University of Delaware. Dr. Silverstein was a resident and a fellow in anesthesiology at the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. He completed his clinical fellowship in anesthesiology at Harvard Medical School. In this episode, we'll learn about:The 10 year value-based collaborative agreement that ChristianaCare and Highmark have launched together. The 5 major “vehicles” that ChristianaCare & Highmark are planning to deploy within their collaboration. The guiding “partnership principles” that are being used to create a relationship-centered approach to this synergistic collaboration. The fascinating independent spin-off virtual primary care practice that ChristianaCare is building out with Highmark, that greatly improves the efficiency and effectiveness of care. At the beginning of our conversation, Ken states, “we created a new company and the intent is to completely transform healthcare.” That bold remark speaks volumes about the visionary leadership at ChristianaCare. Another statement which gripped me was the fact that the ChristianaCare leadership team is discussing Clayton Christenen's ‘dilemma zone'', which the folks at ChristianaCare have relabelled as the “commitment zone”. The point of the concept is that in order to transition to a value paradigm and realize a long-term gain, leadership must accept a short-term loss. It's amazing to see hospital leadership thinking and acting in this way. But even more amazing is the fact that their Chief Financial Officer was the one who introduced this concept to the leadership team. In our correspondence prior to the interview, Ken wrote that American healthcare is “facing an apocalyptic forecast…”. It's a disconcerting pronouncement from a seasoned physician executive. But, what was concerning for me was that I had heard this very same comment from two other physician executives in the prior week. During our interview, I asked Ken what he meant by this statement. He went on to discuss issues such as the worsening unaffordability of healthcare, fragmentation of care, and inappropriate overutilization. He also passionately talked about the unacceptable inequities and disparities in healthcare, using Delaware as an example. In Wilmington, the difference in life expectancy - what Ken referred to as the “death gap” - between white communities and black communities only 2 miles apart is 16 years! He punctuated this statistic by asking how that is acceptable to anyone.The situation may seem dire but I have to say that I have never been more hopeful, more inspired and more encouraged about the future of healthcare than I am today. The reason stems from listening to leaders like those at ChristianaCare who are not just speaking the rhetoric of reframing, but are taking the very concrete steps necessary to create a new and better healthcare. They are making the painful trade-offs required, and are investing in a better future. They are, as Simon Sinek would put it, playing the generative "long game". ChristianaCare is making a demonstrable commitment to creating a value-based future. They are aligning their resources with their rhetoric. They are doing this not because it's easy or safe. They are doing it, as Ken states, “because it's the right thing to do, period.” Until Next Time, Be Well.Zeev Neuwirth, MD
BE SEEN BE HEARD GET PAID Named the “100 Top Anesthesiologist ” in the country by America's Top Anesthesiologists from Consumer's Research Council of America. Dr. Renee Sunday provides coaching and advice to over 197,000 followers and growing via www.ReneeSunday.com, her social media channels, and her GOOD DEEDS Radio show a part of her Media Company. Dr. Renee Sunday at her core is a humanitarian and has always been deeply inspired by helping others from all walks of life. Dr. Renee Sunday is an award winning 20 years practicing doctor in the area of Anesthesiology, Media Coach, Self-help and Motivational Speaker, also known as a Grief and Loss Counselor as an Ordained MinisterBy the time Dr. Renee was in her teen years she had experienced life ugly side; bullied and nicknamed “Olive Oil” for her tall statue and clothing appearance because everything she wore was simply too short. Her deep drive for humanity was born out of this place where she felt humanity needed more.
On Friday, Oct. 16, 1846, William Thomas Green Morton changed the world of medicine with his demonstration of vaporized ether anesthesia at Massachusetts General Hospital, in Boston.The discovery and public demonstration of ether anesthesia was not a sudden achievement, though. In fact, it was the results of incremental scientific gains by dozens of scientists from Raymond Lully, the Spanish alchemist who first distilled sulfuric ether in 1275, to Joseph Priestly, the English researcher who developed nitrous oxide in 1774, and finally to Morton.But there is more to the story than those early pioneers could have known. This season we will be retelling and reimagining the story about the dawn of anesthesia use with a slight twist. We will also dive into the latest research into the mechanisms of anesthesia's effects on the brain—knowledge the early innovators in anesthesia could not have realized in their time.This is episode 1 of season 3 of “Anesthesiology News presents The Etherist.” Episode 2 will be available on Oct. 26, 2021.Sponsored by Masimo and Medtronic.Suggested ReadingFenster JM. Ether Day: The Strange Tale of America's Greatest Medical Discovery and the Haunted Men Who Made It. Perennial; 2002.Mets B. Leadership in Anaesthesia: Five Pioneers of the Deadly Quest for Surgical Insensibility. Cambridge Scholars Publishing; 2021.Mets B. Waking Up Safer?: An Anesthesiologist's Record. SilverWood Books; 2018.Snow SJ. Blessed Days of Anaesthesia: How Anaethetics Changed the World. Oxford University Press; 2008.Sykes K, Bunker J. Anaesthesia and the Practice of Medicine: Historical Perspectives. 1st ed. CRC Press; 2007.Follow Us:Our WebsiteApple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastFind Us on Social:TwitterFacebookLinkedInInstagram
Dr. Vernaleken & Dr. Renzullo are joined by Veterinary Anesthesiologist Andrea Looney, DVM, DACVAA, CCRP, DACVSMR (yes, that's a lot of credentials!) Dr. Looney is one of only a handful of Veterinary Anesthesiologist specialists in the country. She brings her expertise to answer common pet owner surgery & anesthesia questions: Is it risky to put my pet under anesthesia? How do veterinarians determine if my pet is a candidate for surgery? Are my fears of anesthesia reasonable? And, perhaps most importantly, how do veterinarians manage to anesthetize, relieve pain, and reverse the effects of anesthesia in multiple breeds & species?
"Restorative Neurostimulation for Intractable Mechanical Chronic Low Back Pain," by Christopher Gilligan, MD, MBA, Chief of Pain Medicine, Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative, and Pain Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. From ASRA News, August 2021. See original article at www.asra.com/asra-news for figures and references. This material is copyrighted.
Welcome to TopMedTalk's exclusive - as live - coverage of The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) annual general meeting; join Desiree Chappell, TopMedTalk's lead presenter, Monty Mythen TopMedTalk's Editor in Chief and Sol Aronson, tenured Professor, Duke University speak with their guest, Stephanie Byerly, M.D. Chair of the ASA Committee on Women Anesthesiologists, Professor of Anesthesiology and Pain Management, UT Southwestern, Dallas, Cheif, Obstetrical Anesthesiology, Clements University Hospital, Dallas.
Welcome to TopMedTalk's exclusive - as live - coverage of The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) annual general meeting; join Desiree Chappell, TopMedTalk's lead presenter, Sol Aronson, tenured Professor, Duke University speak with their guest, Evan Kharasch, Chair of the ASA Committee on excellent research, Professor and Vice Chair for Innovation in the Department of Anesthesiology at Duke University, and Director of Academic Entrepreneurship in Duke University School of Medicine.
Welcome to TopMedTalk's exclusive - as live - coverage of The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) annual general meeting; join Desiree Chappell, TopMedTalk's lead presenter, Sol Aronson, tenured Professor, Duke University speak with their guest, Lee Fleisher, Emeritus Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care, University of Pennsylvania.
Welcome to TopMedTalk's exclusive - as live - coverage of The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) annual general meeting; join Desiree Chappell, TopMedTalk's lead presenter, Monty Mythen TopMedTalk's Editor in Chief and Sol Aronson, tenured Professor, Duke University speak with their guest, Adam Striker, MD FASA. Chair, ASA Committee on Communications, Associate Professor, Anesthesiology, University of Cincinnati and University of Kentucky.
Welcome to TopMedTalk's exclusive - as live - coverage of The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) annual general meeting; join Desiree Chappell, TopMedTalk's lead presenter, Monty Mythen TopMedTalk's Editor in Chief and Sol Aronson, tenured Professor, Duke University speak with their guest Ashish Khanna, Associate Professor, Section Head for Research, Department of Anesthesiology, Section on Critical Care Medicine, Wake Forest School of Medicine.
In this special episode, Dr. Jed Wolpaw, host of the ACCRAC podcast, interviews Dr. Aditee Ambardekar, Chair of the Review Committee at the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), and Dr. Douglas Bacon, Chair of the Department of Anesthesiology at the University of Mississippi Medical Center and historian of anesthesiology, live from ANESTHESIOLOGY 2021. Listen in to this wide-ranging conversation as Dr. Wolpaw and the live audience ask Drs. Ambardekar and Bacon about the role of an ACGME Chair, World War II anesthesia's impact on the specialty, maintaining emotional wellbeing, what history can teach us about anesthesia today, imposter syndrome, and more. Recorded October 2021.
After years of discussion, Congress agreed to end most surprise out-of-network billing, including the No Surprises Act, in the year-end omnibus spending bill. But what exactly does this mean for anesthesiology and our patients? In this episode, Loren Adler, the Associate Director of the USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy, will be joining the show to discuss the specific implications of the No Surprises Act and how this may affect you moving forward. Learn more: https://apmsuccess.com/119 Watch the video: https://apmsuccess.com/119v
Dr. Ruth Gotian is the Chief Learning Officer and Assistant Professor of Education in Anesthesiology at Weill Cornell Medicine. She has done extensive research on what makes people very successful. She is an educator, author, coach, and speaker on the subject of optimizing success. In this week's episode, we dig in to the down side of high achieving. www.ruthgotian.com
Welcome to TopMedTalk's exclusive - as live - coverage of The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) annual general meeting; join Desiree Chappell, TopMedTalk's lead presenter, Monty Mythen TopMedTalk's Editor in Chief as they talk to their guests, Jonathan Gal, Associate Professor, System Medical Director- Facility Revenue Integrity & Optimization; System Medical Director- Offsite ASC Anesthesia; Associate Professor of Anesthesiology, Director Governmental & Reimbursement Affairs, Mount Sinai Hospital.
Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel. This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety. Join us today for a special bonus episode all about how you can get the most out of Anesthesiology 2021. We discuss APSF featured events, patient safety sessions that contribute to patient safety CME for MOCA, and ways to contribute to APSF! We would love to see you inperson at booth 2117 or virtually by tagging us @APSForg.© 2021, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/66-bonus-episode-patient-safety-at-anesthesiology-2021/
Throughout many centuries, meditation has been practiced in different forms and in many different cultures. Modern meditation techniques taken from religious practices are widely used in psychological and clinical environments. Meditation has been known to improve a broad range of health and disease outcomes, such as slowing the progression of disease and improving healthy aging. Yet, little is known about the biological changes that produce these beneficial health effects. In this episode, Dr. Christine Schaffner sits down with Dr. Hamal Patel to discuss the biological effects of meditation, and some of the preconceived notions of utilizing meditation. Additionally, they also discuss Dr. Patel's research on the biology of meditation, and how he became interested in meditation. They also discuss Dr. Patel's recent research on the effects of meditation and Covid-19. Dr. Hemal Patel is currently a Full Professor and serves as the Vice-Chair for Research in the Department of Anesthesiology at UC-SD. He runs a vibrant research program that includes budding scientists at many levels including high school students, undergraduates, graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, Anesthesiology residents, research scientists, and junior faculty members. To get the full version of the show notes - please visit http://www.drchristineschaffner.com/Episode115
In this episode, we have two incredible guests. I'm excited to bring two guests with some incredible experience and research behind them to talk about an important topic, which is bringing ACT to a multidisciplinary pain clinic setting. My guests are Physical Therapist Corinne Cooley and Psychologist Heather King. First, I'll tell you about Corinne. She is a Physical Therapist at the Stanford Pain Management Center and a Clinical Residency Faculty Member in the Stanford Orthopaedic Clinical Residency Program in California. She works with pain physicians and pain psychologists to help optimize complex patient care plans, and leads the exercise and movement portion of interdisciplinary outpatient programs. Psychologist, Heather King, is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology and Peri-Operative Pain Medicine. She also serves as the Director of the Pain Psychology Fellowship at Stanford. Her areas of expertise are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for pain as well as insomnia, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. In this episode, we'll discuss an investigation that Corinne and Heather were both involved in. This study included an outpatient interdisciplinary approach with pain psychology using ACT as well as physical therapy, and compared that to traditional Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. In essence, this was an ACT plus PT intervention compared to a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy intervention alone. They got some interesting data and some results to share. They share how they went about investigating this topic and some of the outcomes as well as the patient population, and how ACT flowed through the psychology as well as the physical therapy part of care. As you know, I'm a little biased toward mindfulness and acceptance-based approaches, to living life to the fullest, especially with chronic pain. That's why I'm so excited to share Corinne and Heather with you. They also use ACT as their primary form of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in their treatment. Just a reminder, if you want to learn more about ACT for chronic pain, there are two great resources for you. The first is my book, which is called Radical Relief. The second is our course, ACT for Chronic Pain, here at the Integrative Pain Science Institute. Take the time to read about some of the topics we're talking about with regard to chronic pain, both on how ACT can help the psychological aspect as well as the physical aspect of pain. Also, how Heather and Corinne worked together as this tight interdisciplinary team, which is important in the study they created. Hopefully, we can see more of this in healthcare settings. I highly recommend if you're a professional to download the paper. It's open access. You can read either the paper and follow along with the show or read the paper after. Without further ado, let's begin and meet Physical Therapist Corinne Cooley and Psychologist Heather King. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join the Healing Pain Podcast Community today: integrativepainsciencinstitute.com Healing Pain Podcast Facebook Healing Pain Podcast Twitter Healing Pain Podcast YouTube Healing Pain Podcast LinkedIn Healing Pain Podcast Instagram
This conversation with Marjorie Gloff, MD and Renee Robinson, DNP, APRN makes me convinced that the expression "Preparation is half the battle won" must have been coined with the idea of perioperative medicine and perioperative surgical home (PSH) in mind! They are the co-directors of the Center for Perioperative Medicine and Medicine in the Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. In this episode, they share how to desilo the care of pediatric patients especially around the perioperative period, how an informal conversation triggered a grassroots level effort which subsequently resulted in a well-organized multidisciplinary team that provides comprehensive, coordinated and team based care for children in need of surgical procedures, developed a comprehensive screening tool or the PSH. They also share the steps involved in the development of periop medicine and PSH programs that employs a biopsychosocial model to optimize systems and individualized best practices in the care of a complex child with multiple and/or complex needs. Takeaways In This Episode What perioperative medicine entails and how it fits into their roles Healthcare professionals that form their perioperative surgical home-based team The minimum elements of perioperative surgical home that can be incorporated by anyone in any setting to provide optimal perioperative outcomes Components of a perioperative surgical home Objective criteria to determine if a child patient's optimized health Diagnoses and procedures that lend themselves to this kind of care model How they determine what role each member of their team plays Elements of their program and the steps they took to develop their program and educate their fellow peers Why should a PSH model be considered and the expenses related to such a program Standardization vs. individualized care in perioperative medicine Distinction between PSH, perioperative medicine and Enhanced Recovery after Surgery (ERAS) models. Links Other Related Episode(s) - Episode 58. ERAS - Enhanced Recovery (but not just)After Surgery Clinicians' Pain Evaluation Toolkit Proactive Pain Solutions Proactive Pain Solutions Physicians Academy About the Guests Marjorie S. Gloff, M.D. Dr Gloff is an anesthesiologist currently practicing at the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York. Bearing a passion for pediatric perioperative medicine, she is the Director of the Center for Perioperative Medicine and the Associate Chair of Perioperative Medicine in the Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine at the University of Rochester. She is also the Associate Chief Medical Officer for Patient Safety and Loss Prevention at the same university. In 2004, She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Cell and Developmental Biology at the University of Rochester and accomplished her Medical Degree in Medicine and Dentistry in 2008. She received her internship in anesthesiology at the University of Rochester Medical Center from 2008-2009 and went on to finish her residency at the same medical center from 2009-2012. Renee Lynn Robinson, DNP, APRN She has obtained a Doctorate of Nursing and is an advanced practice Registered Nurse with a specialty in family health currently practicing at the University of Rochester in, Rochester New York. She is the Associate Director of the Center for Perioperative Medicine. She is the recipient of awards such as the Medical Center Board Excellence Award APP in 2019 from URMC and the Quality Recognition: Perioperative Services COVID Management in 2021. She graduated from the University of Rochester School of Nursing in 1996 and became a licensed nurse practitioner in 2001. In 2020, she received her Doctorate in Nursing Practice. She and Dr. Gloff share the same passion for pediatric perioperative medicine and for the past six years, the duo has been spearheading a new program dedicated to improving and optimizing the process of pediatric care.
Before the discovery of ether anesthesia, surgery was an excruciating experience for patients, their loved ones and even the surgeons who performed the operations.In the 1840s, an important scientific breakthrough changed the course of medical history—the discovery of anesthesia. However, over several decades leading up to that historic discovery, the potential for less painful surgery existed without anyone managing to connect the dots between a series of scientific developments with nitrous oxide and the need for anesthesia in surgery. Those decades presented a stark missed opportunity for all surgery patients of the time, and a true conundrum affectionately known as “laughing gas.”In the prologue for season 3 of “Anesthesiology News presents The Etherist,” we delve into the decades-long conundrum of the coexistence of anesthesia—in the form of nitrous oxide and ether—and the continuation of painful surgery during the early 19th century.Episode 1 of The Etherist will be available on Oct. 16, 2021—175 years after the original demonstration of ether anesthesia, now known as Ether Day.Sponsored by Masimo and Medtronic.Suggested ReadingFenster JM. Ether Day: The Strange Tale of America's Greatest Medical Discovery and the Haunted Men Who Made It. Perennial; 2002.Mets B. Leadership in Anaesthesia: Five Pioneers of the Deadly Quest for Surgical Insensibility. Cambridge Scholars Publishing; 2021.Mets B. Waking Up Safer?: An Anesthesiologist's Record. SilverWood Books; 2018.Snow SJ. Blessed Days of Anaesthesia: How Anaethetics Changed the World. Oxford University Press; 2008.Sykes K, Bunker J. Anaesthesia and the Practice of Medicine: Historical Perspectives. 1st ed. CRC Press; 2007.Follow Us:Our WebsiteApple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastFind Us on Social:TwitterFacebookLinkedInInstagram
Do you want to know what makes Olympians, Astronauts, and Nobel Prize Winners extremely successful? The 4 Factors Of Success! Penny Zenker introduces Dr. Ruth Gotian, the Chief Learning Officer and Assistant Professor of Education in Anesthesiology at Weill Cornell Medicine. Dr. Ruth talks with Penny about how success is about mindsets, not habits. Meaning, everyone can make it! It's just a matter of incorporating these 4 factors into your life. If you're passionate about success and you want more of it, this episode's for you. You wouldn't want to miss it!Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »Join the Take Back Time community today:TugOfWarWithTime.comTug of War With Time FacebookTug of War With Time TwitterTug of War With Time Pinterest
Information overload. We all know about it, but what can we do about it? In today's Faculty Factory Podcast with Jose Suarez, MD, FNCS, FANA, we discuss some of the habits and hacks for combatting information overload to the benefit of our patients. We also chat about how concepts of precision medicine can be applied to education, faculty development, and more. Dr. Suarez serves as Professor and Director of Neurosciences Critical Care in the Departments of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, Neurology, and Neurosurgery with Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore. He is also a Past President of the Neurocritical Care Society (NCS).
For paramedics, click here for CE credits. Brought to you by Urgent Admin which is an intuitive one-touch solution that connects in-field clinicians and medical directors in real-time, this episode covers the challenge of the prehospital airway. The But Why team covers unique ways to secure the airway that include "Ghosting the Airway" and "Romantic Hands." Hear the But Why EMS Podcast team discuss this situation with: Dr. Robert Stephens Emergency Medicine Resident at Washington University Click here to check it out today! Thank you for listening! Hawnwan Philip Moy MD Gina Pellerito EMT-P John Reagan EMT-P Noah Bernhardson MD References: 1. Sakles JC, Chiu S, Mosier J, et al. The importance of first pass success when performing orotracheal intubation in the emergency department. Acad Emerg Med 2013;20(1):71-78. 2. Sakles JC, Mosier J, Stolz U. In reply. Acad Emerg Med 2013;20(9):966. 3. Limkakeng A, Broder JS, Theiling BJ. Chicken or egg? Risks of misattribution of cause-effect relationships in studies of association. Acad Emerg Med 2013;20(9):965. 4. Kajino K, Iwami T, Kitamura T, et al. Comparison of supraglottic airway versus endotracheal intubation for the pre-hospital treatment of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Crit Care 2011;15(5):R236. 5. Clemency BM, Roginski M, Lindstrom HA, et al. Paramedic intubation: patient position might matter. Prehosp Emerg Care 2014;18(2):239-243. 6. Murphy DL, Rea TD, McCoy AM, et al. Inclined position is associated with improved first pass success and laryngoscopic view in prehospital endotracheal intubations. Am J Emerg Med 2019;37(5):937-941. 7. Turner JS, Ellender TJ, Okonkwo ER, et al. Feasibility of upright patient positioning and intubation success rates At two academic EDs. Am J Emerg Med 2017;35(7):986-992. 8. Levitan RM, Kinkle WC, Levin WJ, et al. Laryngeal view during laryngoscopy: a randomized trial comparing cricoid pressure, backward-upward-rightward pressure, and bimanual laryngoscopy. Ann Emerg Med 2006;47(6):548-555. 9. Snider DD, Clarke D, Finucane BT. The "BURP" maneuver worsens the glottic view when applied in combination with cricoid pressure. Can J Anaesth 2005;52(1):100-104. 10. Tournadre JP, Chassard D, Berrada KR, et al. Cricoid cartilage pressure decreases lower esophageal sphincter tone. Anesthesiology 1997;86(1):7-9. 11. Chassard D, Tournadre JP, Berrada KR, et al. Cricoid pressure decreases lower oesophageal sphincter tone in anaesthetized pigs. Can J Anaesth 1996;43(4):414-417. 12. Garrard A, Campbell AE, Turley A, et al. The effect of mechanically-induced cricoid force on lower oesophageal sphincter pressure in anaesthetised patients. Anaesthesia 2004;59(5):435-439. 13. Heath KJ, Palmer M, Fletcher SJ. Fracture of the cricoid cartilage after Sellick's manoeuvre. Br J Anaesth 1996;76(6):877-878. 14. Notcutt W. Oesophageal rupture and cricoid pressure. Anaesthesia 1991;46(5):424-425. 15. Savino PB, Reichelderfer S, Mercer MP, et al. Direct Versus Video Laryngoscopy for Prehospital Intubation: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Acad Emerg Med 2017;24(8):1018-1026. 16. Messa MJ, Kupas DF, Dunham DL. Comparison of bougie-assisted intubation with traditional endotracheal intubation in a simulated difficult airway. Prehosp Emerg Care 2011;15(1):30-33. 17. Driver BE, Prekker ME, Klein LR, et al. Effect of Use of a Bougie vs Endotracheal Tube and Stylet on First-Attempt Intubation Success Among Patients With Difficult Airways Undergoing Emergency Intubation: A Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA 2018;319(21):2179-2189. 18. Driver B, Dodd K, Klein LR, et al. The Bougie and First-Pass Success in the Emergency Department. Ann Emerg Med 2017;70(4):473-478 e471. 19. Latimer AJ, Harrington B, Counts CR, et al. Routine Use of a Bougie Improves First-Attempt Intubation Success in the Out-of-Hospital Setting. Ann Emerg Med 2021;77(3):296-304. 20. Braude D, Richards M. Rapid Sequence Airway (RSA)--a novel approach to prehospital airway management. Prehosp Emerg Care 2007;11(2):250-252. 21. Braude D, Southard A, Bajema T, et al. Rapid sequence airway using the LMA-Supreme as a primary airway for 9 h in a multi-system trauma patient. Resuscitation 2010;81(9):1217. 22. Moss R, Porter K, Greaves I, et al. Pharmacologically assisted laryngeal mask insertion: a consensus statement. Emerg Med J 2013;30(12):1073-1075.
"Regenerative Therapies for Arthritis: Mechanisms of Analgesia," by Thomas Buchheit, MD, Director of Regenerative Pain Therapies, Center for Translational Pain Medicine, Department of Anesthesiology, Duke University and Durham Veterans Affairs Health Care System, Durham, North Carolina; and Yashar Eshraghi, MD, Medical Director of Pain Research, Ochsner Health System, University of Queensland Ochsner Medical School, New Orleans, Louisiana. From ASRA News, August 2021. See original article at www.asra.com/asra-news for figures and references. This material is copyrighted.
The latest edition of the Medical Association of Georgia's (MAG) ‘Top Docs' show addresses the crucial need for physician-led anesthesiology teams, and it features Suzanne Blaylock, M.D., – the president of the Alabama Society of Anesthesiologists – and guest host Jungmin “Daniel” On, M.D., who is a is a transitional year resident at Northside Hospital Gwinnett.
Dr. Anya Griffin joins me to talk about helping children change their thoughts, experiences and behaviours related to chronic pain, ultimately reducing pain and leading to a more functional life. Anya shares the gold standard of care along with other important supportive therapeutic interventions. Dr. Anya Griffin is a pediatric psychologist and Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology, Pain, and Perioperative Medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine. She is the Director of the Stanford Children's Health Pediatric Rehabilitation Program (PReP), an intensive pain rehabilitation program for pediatric chronic pain with an interdisciplinary treatment team. She has trained and worked in the field of pediatric psychology primarily with children and adolescents diagnosed with chronic pain, Sickle Cell Disease, and cancer. Her research focuses on pediatric chronic pain, mind-body interventions, oncology and more. She was awarded a grant in 2015 from the Stanford Medicine and Muse for her project “Capturing Pain: Photographic storytelling of youth with chronic pain.” She is also a board-certified Dance/Movement Therapist and completed her graduate training at UCLA. HighlightsAcute pain vs Chronic PainChronic Pain as an overprotective parentHow family members may perpetuate the pain Using CBT for chronic pediatric painAdditional supportive therapies for pain managementThe Nocebo effectHow dance and creative movement impact painEmpowering children using PhotoVoice to express the experience of painVirtual Reality in Pain ManagementResourcesCapturing Pain: Photographic Storytelling of Youth with Chronic PainUsing PhotovoiceTame the Beast- It's time to Rethink Chronic PainConnectDr. Anya GriffinLinkedinStanford Profileanyag@stanford.edu Dr. Tamara SolesInstagram @drtamarasolesTwitter @drtamarasolesFacebook http://firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the ShowIf you're enjoying the show, help us spread the word so others can enjoy it as well1. Leave a review on itunes/apple podcast 2. Share an episode on Social media. Be sure to tag me on it so I can see @drtamarasoles on facebook, twitter and instagram
In this episode I speak with Ruth Gotian, Chief Learning Officer and Assistant Professor of Education in Anesthesiology and former Assistant Dean of Mentoring and Executive Director of the Mentoring Academy at Weill Cornell Medicine, Thinkers50 Radar List awardee and author of the upcoming book, "The Success Factor," whose wakeup call was noticing the commonalities that highly successful people have ranging from Nobel laureates to astronauts to MD/PhDs that she worked closely and her wanting to make those attributes available to anyone who wants to succeed. https://www.ruthgotian.com/about
Introduced by Monty Mythen, TopMedTalk's Editor in Chief and Padma Gulur, Professor of Anesthesiology and Population Health and Executive Vice Chair for Performance and Operations Director, Pain Management Strategy and Opioid Surveillance at Duke University Health Systems. Presented by Ramani Moonesinghe, OBE, Professor of Perioperative Medicine at UCL and a consultant anesthetist at UCL hospitals, Director of the Health Services Research Center of the Royal College of Anaesthetists and national Clinical Director for critical and perioperative care at NHS England. Our speaker provided clinical leadership for the UK's national critical care response to COVID-19 and is now supporting the recovery of elective care as we emerge from the pandemic; her talk today focuses upon experiences and learnings from the past 18 months. Could it be that perioperative medicine is now the discipline which will help us build a road to recovery? For more information about The Morpheus Consortium, the branding of three universities, Duke University, University College London and University of Southampton, with one shared goal – to be the leaders in perioperative medicine and enhanced recovery after surgery, ultimately improving the patients' journey from the moment their surgery is contemplated to full recovery, go here: http://morpheusconsortium.org/ For more talks like this take time to discover Evidence Based Perioperative Medicine; www.ebpom.org
In this episode of Critical Matters, we will discuss the results of the recently published TTM2 clinical trial and the current state of evidence for Targeted Temperature Management in the post cardiac arrest patient. Our guest is Dr. Niklas Nielsen. Dr. Nielsen is an associate professor at the Department of Clinical Sciences at Helsingborg, Lund University, and consultant in Anesthesiology and Intensive Care at Helsingborg Hospital. He was the principal investigator for the TTM1 and TTM 2 clinical trials. Additional Resources: The International Cardiac Arrest Registry (INTCAR): https://bit.ly/2Xbe0yt Hypothermia versus Normothermia after Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest: https://bit.ly/3nad5Jo Targeted Temperature Management at 33C versus 36C after Cardiac Arrest: https://bit.ly/38THRO9 Targeted Temperature Management for Cardiac Arrest with Nonshockable Rhythm: https://bit.ly/2X19aUj 2020 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care: https://bit.ly/3z0k7T3 Books Mentioned in this Episode: Oxygen: The Molecule that Made the World by Nick Lane: https://amzn.to/2WYMmVz Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy: https://amzn.to/3yVao0v
There's no better way to kick off September as the Pain Awareness Month than bringing you a conversation with Dr. Kanwaljeet S. Anand, whose research took the medical world by storm, even risking his license, as he sought out to answer the question of; what if we give children anesthesia and analgesia? I truly believe that he is the reason why my career as a pediatric pain and palliative care physician exists today and serves as an available path for many healthcare professionals. In this episode, Dr. Anand, a professor of Pediatrics, Anesthesiology, Perioperative, and Pain Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine, describes his groundbreaking research back in the 80s, when a popular held belief was that babies don't feel pain! With the findings and intervention offered in his RCT, they were able to cut down the infant mortality rates by half. It is the work of doctors like him that paved the path for someone like me to practice pediatric pain management as a specialty-- hoping to save and improve the lives of many more children by debunking the fallacies that still surround children's pain and its management. Takeaways In This Episode What fueled Dr. Anand's desire to research perioperative care for infants His hypothesis around morbidity and mortality of neonates and infants undergoing surgeries, relationship to anesthetic management Conducting the randomized controlled trial study and its results that changed the history and trajectory of childrens pain and perioperative management Sometimes it's worth picking the fights How his study gained momentum and changed how the healthcare world approaches pain management for children and infants When and how infants develop the ability to feel pain The long-term consequences of poorly or inadequately managing children's pain Changing the minds of colleagues who perpetuate the belief that children are “hardy” and will “get over it” Dr. Anand's message to the audience Links Connect with Dr. Kanwaljeet S. Anand: Stanford Profile LinkedIn Love, Pain, and Intensive Care. K.J.S. Anand, Richard W. Hall Clinicians' Pain Evaluation Toolkit Proactive Pain Solutions About the Guest Kanwaljeet S. Anand, MBBS, MD, D Phil, FRCCM He is currently the professor of Pediatrics, Anesthesiology, Perioperative, and Pain Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine. He directs the pain and stress neurobiology lab, the Jackson Vaughan Critical Care Research Fund, and he serves as the Editor of the journal Pediatric Research and is the Division Chief for Pediatric Critical Care at the Department of Pediatrics at Standford School of Medicine. He graduated from M.G.M. Medical College, Indore (India). He received the D.Phil. degree as a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford, followed by a post-doctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School, a categorical Pediatrics residency training at Boston Children's Hospital, and a Critical Care Medicine fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. He is the recipient of innumerable awards, including the Dr. Michael Blacow Award from the British Pediatric Association in 1986, the Pediatric Resident Research Award from the American Academy of Pediatrics, the inaugural Young Investigator Award in Pediatric Pain from the International Association for Study of Pain in 1994, the Jeffrey Lawson Award for advocacy of children's pain relief, the highest recognition in pediatric pain medicine in the United States. He's also been awarded many awards across Europe in many countries such as the Nils Rosén von Rosenstein Award from the Swedish Academy of Medicine and the 2015 Journées Nationales de Néonatologie Address at The Pasteur Institute to name a few. For his dedication and work in the field of pediatric pain management, he is considered a world authority on pain and stress in newborns and pain management in infants.
Dr. Aimee Stotz is Board Certified in Anesthesiology, Pain Management, and Osteopathic Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine. Prior to attending Osteopathic Medical School, she worked as a physical therapist and discovered her passion for cranial sacral therapy. Drawn to Osteopathic Medicine, she decided to pursue a career as a DO at the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. Following graduation, Dr. Stotz completed an internship with the Chicago Osteapathic Health Systems at Rush Medical School, a residency in anesthesiology from Northwestern University, and a fellowship in pain management at Loyola University. She has worked as a staff and attending anesthesiologist in a variety of different settings and currently performs anesthesia during gastrointestinal procedures. Additionally, Dr. Stotz serves as a clinical professor at both an allopathic and osteopathic medicine college. Dr. Stotz is a member of the American Society of Anesthesiologists, the American Osteopathic Association, the American Academy of Osteopathy, the Illinois State Medical Society, the Illinois State Osteopathic Society and the Osteopathic Cranial Academy. She gives back to the Osteopathic Community by teaching and supervising Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine students at the free Old Irving Park Community Clinic.