Changing your mindset as a leader is a magical gift. It allows you to manage yourself, and therefore, your team, with greater empathy. The beautiful truth about changing yourself is that some change can happen very quickly and it is always worth the investment. In today's episode, Dr. Camysha Wright and I talk about change as a leader. We discuss how empowering it is to make time for necessary changes, to refill your own tank so you aren't always depleted, and the value in investing in your own leadership and management skills. We also revisit a very powerful statement Dr. Wright made during a previous discussion, one that has stuck with me ever since: many things can actually be accomplished in a day. And this can include changing yourself. As you listen to this episode, I hope this truth encourages you as much as it does me. “I think the biggest gift for me has been the change in mindset… learning how to deal with my own mind… managing your team is definitely very important but you also have to manage yourself… changing the way that I see things and how I analyze, like a problem, has been a huge gift…” – Dr. Camysha Wright What You'll Learn Stepping into the ins and outs of business Empowering yourself to make time Investing in your own leadership and management Expanding your mindset is a huge gift Giving space for refilling your own tank Changing yourself in a day Meet Dr. Camysha Wright Dr. Camysha Wright is a Board Certified Ear, Nose and Throat Physician in Plantation, Florida and runs a full service clinic for children and adults. She is President-elect for the Florida Society of Otolaryngology head and neck surgeons and will serve as president in 2023. She is also currently the Allergy Director for ENT and Allergy Associates of Florida. Dr. Wright is a member of the American Medical Association and the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery. She is also board certified by the America Board of Otolaryngology and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy. Dr. Wright serves as Clinical advisor for NOVA University for physician assistants and allergy fellows. She received her Medical Degree from Howard University College of Medicine in Washington, DC and graduated with A0A honors and completed a General Surgery Internship and Otolaryngology Residency at University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. She also has obtained her Master of Public Health degree. Contact Info and Recommended Resources Connect with Camysha Wright Facebook Instagram | @drcamyshawright cwmdpa.com Connect with Kris Plachy The Team Audit 5-Day Course: krisplachy.com/audit Is it Me or Is it Them? Discover whether the difficulties you experience with your team are a “them” thing or a “you” thing. Running Live May 23-27, 2022. Sign up today! Work with Kris: How to CEO Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Linkedin Instagram Facebook Pinterest Medium I love and appreciate reviews from my listeners on iTunes. Would you do me the favor and take a few moments to write one today?
Clinical practice guidelines have evolved tremendously over the past few years. This episode looks at the updated medication guidelines for low back pain and why conservative movement-based care is your best option for relief.Episode Notes:Systematic review of guideline-recommended medications prescribed for treatment of low back painDesigned by a Podiatrist over 30 years ago after seeing similarities in many of the custom devices he was creating, PowerStep offers an affordable, same day solution that combines support and cushioning. Want to try a pair for yourself, click here for a free sample pair.The Smart Chiropractor powers your patient journey to provide you with more qualified leads, more new patients, better patient retention, and consistent reactivations, without any money spent on advertising.ChiroMatchMakers specializes in DC and CA hiring. We have over 100 positions available right now with salaries starting at $85K. Discover the available positions today by clicking here. Our members use research to GROW their practice. Are you interested in increasing your referrals? Discover the best chiropractic marketing you aren't currently using right here!
In COVID-19 clinical update #115, Dr. Griffin reviews cross-variant immunity without vaccination, EUA for boosters in 5-11 year olds, B.1.1.529 attack rate, scent dogs, Omicron and pets, Paxlovid, Veklury, Fluvoxamine, antigen positivity after isolation, inflammasome activation and severe disease, and GI persistence and fecal shedding. Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode Limited cross-variant immunity without vaccination (Nature) EUA for boosters in 5-11 year olds (FDA) Stages of COVID-19 (AIDS Rev) B.1.1.529 attack rate in Australia (JID) Scent dogs (BMJ) Does Omicron affect pets? (CVMBS News) Paxlovid eligibility checklist (FDA) Supratherapeutic tacrolimus with nirmatrelvir/ritonavir (Op For Inf Dis) Is longer Paxlovid needed? (Reuters) How about Veklury? (Gilead) Fluvoxamine declined (FDA) Antigen positivity after isolation (MMWR) Inflammasome activation drives COVID-19 pathology (TWiV 900, Nature) PASC and viral antigen persistence in gut (Gastroenterol) GI symptoms and fecal shedding (Med) Contribute to ASTMH fundraiser at PW Dr. Griffin's treatment guide (pdf) Letters read on TWiV 901 Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your questions for Dr. Griffin to email@example.com
It's Friday, time to make stories for Monday! Or at least make questions for Frank because it's time for this week's Ask Frank Anything. Frank has been blessed with amazing luck... besides when he steps up to the craps table. He asks listeners what strike of dumb-luck they were hit with that changed their lives. It is Friday, so Frank gathers the stories from the past week that deserve shame and dishonor in this week's edition of Denunciations. Clinical hypnotherapist, motivational speaker and author, 5th kind UFO contactee, and at this point, mythical figure Dr. Turi joins the program to talk about his latest prediction dates that everyone should be alerted of. Swing big band leader, and New York staple, George Gee joins The Other Side of Midnight to talk about his career, his inspirations, and revival wave of swing and big band music. To close out the show, Frank is joined by fan-favorites Marlaina Schiavo & David Schwartz who have a panel discussion of the biggest headlines today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Clinical hypnotherapist, motivational speaker and author, 5th kind UFO contactee, and at this point, mythical figure Dr. Turi joins the program to talk about his latest prediction dates that everyone should be alerted of. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Timestamps:0:00 Intro2:00 Coming off a relaxed 4th year, how do you recommend we get back into the study flow for training? 6:45 Once residency starts and we are working all day and studying in the evenings, do you have recommendations on how to ease back into that? 9:30 How do you recommend finding a mentor in residency training? How do you know if it's a good fit or if you need to figure out how to find another mentor? 13:35 How would you maximize your time on AP rotations? How is this approach different than CP rotations? 21:22 How do you recommend getting involved in research and residency? If you do find a project you are interested in, how do you approach it if they are not doing a lot of research in that area at the time? 28:18 How do you mentor your residents on balancing step 3 studying, with pathology studying, and working? 29:15 What is the role of having research and research experiences and applying to fellowships (posters, etc.) Research Experiences and Fellowships33:07 Entering residency with a strong idea of what we want to pursue a fellowship in, what advice can you offer to help secure this fellowship? And on the contrary, if you have no idea what you want to do how do you recommend people narrow it down? 46:00 How do we navigate the type of career setting we want to be in? 50:15 What conferences do you recommend residents attend?55:00 How do you recommend maintaining work/life balance and experiencing burnout?1:00:50 OutroResources:· Book: Getting Things Done by David Allen· Book: Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning by Peter Brown· Book: Peak by Anders Ericsson
Course: Outbreak of Severe Hepatitis Due to Adenovirus? - What do we know? Course Director: Tony R Tarchichi MD - Associate Professor in Dept of Pediatrics at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Course Director: Michael Green MD, MPH - Professor, Pediatrics, Surgery, and Clinical and Translational Science, at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Course Director:James E Squires MD, MS- Associate Professor in Dept of Pediatrics at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine (firstname.lastname@example.org) This Podcast series was created for Pediatric Hospitalists or those healthcare professionals who take care of hospitalized children. This episode is Outbreak of Severe Hepatitis Due to Adenovirus? - What do we know?. As always there is free CME credit of up to 0.75 AMA category 1 for listening to this podcast and going to the Univ of Pitt site. See the link below. ______________________________________________________ Objectives: Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to: Describe the epidemiology of the outbreak of severe hepatitis in children. Define and describe the relationship with Adenovirus. Review workup and management of hepatitis. ______________________________________________________ Released: 5/19/2022, Reviewed 5/19/2022, Expire: 5/19/2023 If you are new to the Internet-based Studies in Education and Research (ISER) website (which is how you will get your CME credit), you will first need to create an account: Step 1. Create an Account https://www.hsconnect.pitt.edu/HSC/home/create-account.do If you have used the ISER website in the past, you can click on the link below and then log onto in order to complete the evaluation for this training: Step 2. To access the test for CME credit: Coming soon Accreditation Statement: The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine designates this enduring material for a maximum of (0.75) AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
The Behavioral View panel welcomes Dr. Becca Tagg, owner of Del Mar Behavioral Services, to discuss burnout through a lens of community care (as opposed to self-care). In this episode, we define stress and burnout and emphasize the differences between them. We identify risk factors for burnout, including behaviors of the individual, leadership, and the cultural context of the organization. We wrap up with tangible things leaders can do to create a community care model within. To earn CEUs for listening, click here, log in or sign up, pay the CEU fee, + take the attendance verification to generate your certificate! Don't forget to subscribe and follow and leave us a rating and review Show Notes: References Houmanfar, R. & Johnson, R. (2004. Organizational implications of gossip and rumor, Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 23:2-3, 117-138, DOI: 10.1300/J075v23n02_07 Jaffe, S. (2021). Work won't love you back: How devotion to our jobs keeps us exploited, exhausted, and alone. New York: Bold Type Books. Parry-Cruwys, R. (Host). (2020, June 17). Staff Turnover w/ Dr. Byron Wine. (No. 139). [Audio podcast episode]. In ABA On Track. https://www.abainsidetrack.com/home/2020/6/17/episode-129-staff-turnover. Plantiveau, Camille & Dounavi, Katerina & Virués-Ortega, Javier. (2018). High Levels of Burnout among Early-Career Board-Certified Behavior Analysts with Low Collegial Support. European Journal of Behavior Analysis. 19, 195-207. 10.1080/15021149.2018.1438339. Wine, B., Osborne, M. R., & Newcomb, E. T. (2020). On Turnover in Human Services. Behavior analysis in practice, 13(2), 492–501. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40617-019-00399-6 World Health Organization. (2016). The ICD-10 classification of mental and behavioural disorders: Clinical descriptions and diagnostic guidelines (10th ed.). Geneva: World Health Organization. World Health Organization. (2019). International statistical classification of diseases and related health problems (11th ed.). https://icd.who.int/ Resources BACB Certificant Data: https://www.bacb.com/bacb-certificant-data/ The Business of Behavior website and podcast: https://thebusinessofbehavior.com/ Del Mar Behavioral Health https://delmarbehavioralhealth.com/ Maslach Burnout Inventory: https://www.mindgarden.com/314-mbi-human-services-survey
William Morice II, M.D., Ph.D., chair of the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at Mayo Clinic and president of Mayo Clinic Laboratories, joins the "Answers From the Lab" podcast for his weekly leadership update with Bobbi Pritt, M.D. In this episode, Dr. Morice and Dr. Pritt discuss legislation under consideration in Congress that could have significant impact on laboratory medicine in the U.S.
Welcome to another episode of The Words Matter Podcast.So we are up to the 8th episode of the Clinical Reasoning Series and on today I'm speaking with Dr Nathalia Costa about clinical uncertainty. Nathalia is a Brazilian physiotherapist who completed PhD studies in Australia used mixed-methods to investigate the nature of low back pain flares (see here). This PhD work was won the Lumbar Spine Research Prize awarded by the Society for Study of the Lumbar Spine in 2021 (see Nathalia's other research here).Nathalia is currently working as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Universities of Queensland (UQ) and Sydney (USyd) investigating how both clinicians and people with low back pain navigate uncertainty during clinical encounters. And as such we speak about her work investigating uncertainty and talk around a paper, she and her colleagues published this year titled 'Uncertainty in low back pain care – insights from an ethnographic study', published in the journal Disability and Rehabilitation (see paper here) and a previous podcast on ethnography here with Dr Fiona Webster here).So on this episode we speak about: What uncertainty is and allude to the different ways and taxonomies used to describe it. Different sources of uncertainty and use the ambiguous nature of low back pain as an exemplar. The ways that we as clinicians might neglect uncertainty or attend to it. How we often seek to reduce uncertainty through the use of clinical reasoning or the application of evidence for examples through clinical guidelines. We talk about how an intolerance to uncertainty may prompt binary thinking and cause us to retreat to the comfort of the biomedical model and biomedical thinking. Occasions when we really do want to be certain as we can possibly be, and that there may be some ethical and therapeutic merit in communicating this to our patients. How uncertainty with low back pain is imbued with emotions – on both patient and clinician's part. How clinicians may emphasise uncertainty to patients, intentionally or unintentionally and the resulting impact that this might have on the balance of power within the relationship And we reflect on ways that clinicians better navigate uncertainty. So this was another brilliant conversation. Uncertainty, whether we like it or not surrounds and often defines our clinical work and is the omnipresent elephant in the clinical room and lives of our patients. Nathalia's work provides some crucial insights into the slippery and uncomfortable nature of clinical uncertainty which can allow us to reflect on how it make us and our patients feel and consider how we react in the face of it.As always, I have linked Nathalia's paper in the show notes, but please look out for a follow up paper which adopts a theory-driven post-qualitative approach to explore clinicians' experiences navigating uncertainty when working with patients with low back pain (see podcasts here on post-qualitative research here and here).Find Nathalia on Twitter @nathaliaccosta1Support the podcast and contribute via Patreon hereIf you liked the podcast, you'll love The Words Matter online course and mentoring to develop your clinical expertise - ideal for all MSK therapists.Follow Words Matter on:Instagram @Wordsmatter_education @TheWordsMatterPodcastTwitter @WordsClinicalFacebook Words Matter - Improving Clinical CommunicationFind Nathalia on Twitter @nathaliaccosta1★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Clinical psychologist Jacqui Maguire first spoke Nine to Noon about highly sensitive children back in March. In part two of the conversation, she tells Kathryn Ryan these children are more prone to feeling guilt and shame - and parents should keep this in mind.
Clinical and experimental trials for new medication can generate complex data, and it's important to identify which pieces of data are actually relevant. But this becomes difficult when the datasets include millions of genes, metabolites, or other biological factors. PhD candidate Nolan Newman is a computational biologist and uses networks to parse through these datasets and identify which interactions and relationships are important. Put simply - Nolan makes meaning out of chaos. In this episode we dive deep into what systems biology is, why networks are like spaghetti, and how a hearing loss incident prompted Nolan to pursue a career in science.Hosted by: Bryan & GraceCheck out the ID blog here: https://blogs.oregonstate.edu/inspiration/2022/05/15/spaghetti-networks-oodles-of-nodes/
Dr. Michael Leahy is known as the 'Pioneer of Soft Tissue Treatment' and was one of the first Chiropractors to break into the professional sports world and has created a road map for others to be a part of these medical staffs. As an engineer and a pilot, Micheal utilizes a very systematic and clean way of thinking and teaching. Active Release Technique (ART) should be part of any multi-modal approach. Dr. Leahy is not only a great clinician, but he is an amazing teacher and really invests in making sure his students fully grasp the concepts. We cover palpation, assessment, and what it takes to be world-class. Enjoy this rare episode with one of the best in the world! Show Notes Active Release Technique (A.R.T.) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gestalt-education/support
"We're taking the native DNA molecule that's actually from the cell and we're reading the sequence of that molecule. That comes with some tremendous, enormous benefits, but it also comes with it some huge challenges." On today's episode of The G Word, we are joined by Parker Moss, our Chief Commercial Officer at Genomics England, and Greg Elgar, the Director of Sequencing Economic England. They discuss techniques such as preparation ahead of sequencing itself and the logistics to get blood and tissue from humans into the sequencing lab in Cambridge. They also delve into the science of how sequencing itself works, what is needed for accurate sequencing and highlight and debate the implications of genomics, as well as, how it comes into the mainstream of health care and society.
Dr. Sweta Chawla planned out her future, worked hard, and for a decade she had a career that she loved. But eventually, she began asking herself if there was something more she could be doing. Following that curiosity and seeking deeper fulfillment led her to a huge, unexpected life and career transition. It wasn't a perfect transition, but it brought back the passion and meaning she felt had been lacking in her previous career.Today, Dr. Sweta teaches us how we can find the courage to take action and move forward, even when we're not sure how it will work out in the end. She shares tons of tips and questions we can use to self-reflect and determine what it is that really drives us and gives us joy, as well as how we can decide on what values are important to us and our lifestyle.Listen in!About Dr. Sweta Chawla:Sweta Chawla PharmD, MS is a Former Professor of Pharmacy and Clinical and Residency Director turned Speaker, Facilitator & Leadership Coach and Author. She supports organizations, highly driven professionals, budding creatives and entrepreneurs to reinvent how they work and lead. Through her natural leadership model, she empowers her clients to create personal structures that leverage their natural brilliance. As a result they experience more passion, impact and meaning without compromising their integrity and well-being. Dr. Sweta is the author of the book I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For…Now What? and contributor to the award-winning Anthology She's Got This: Essays on Standing Strong and Moving On. She has published articles and essays in several journals, magazines and has spoken on many stages and panels, including the White House.To learn more, connect with Dr. Sweta on LinkedIn and Instagram.Mentioned In This Episode:Find more resources on Dr. Sweta's websiteMy Philosophy blog postWellness WebinarExpert in Hope
Dr. Tom Lendvay is the Chief Medical Officer of Tend, which addresses the gut microbiome of the severe intestinal infection Clostridium difficile CDIF. Currently, recurrent Clostridium difficile is the only FDA-regulated disease for the use of microbiome transplants outside of a clinical trial. Clinical trials are also underway applying microbiome transplants to intestinal diseases such as inflammatory bowel diseases, irritable bowel syndrome, and other diseases outside of the gut. Tom explains, "Tend is focused on two types of offerings. One is a device called the CAP device, a collection processing device that allows a clinician or a researcher to collect a sample and process it, mix it, filter it and encapsulate it into orally ingestible capsules that can be stored in a freezer." "The other side is the data side, which is understanding. So, doing microbiome analyses on the donors, on the recipient ill patients and seeing how their microbiome changes over time and learning who's the best donor for the best recipient. Those two offerings do not exist today, and right now, the process for a clinician, for a researcher to provide microbiome transplants to their patients is extremely onerous and laborious." @Tend_Health #FMT #CDIF #Microbiome #GutMicrobiome #MedicalDevice #Healthcare #Patient tend-health.com Listen to the podcast here
Dr. Tom Lendvay is the Chief Medical Officer of Tend, which addresses the gut microbiome of the severe intestinal infection Clostridium difficile CDIF. Currently, recurrent Clostridium difficile is the only FDA-regulated disease for the use of microbiome transplants outside of a clinical trial. Clinical trials are also underway applying microbiome transplants to intestinal diseases such as inflammatory bowel diseases, irritable bowel syndrome, and even other diseases outside of the gut. Tom explains, "Tend is focused on two types of offerings. One is a device called the CAP device, a collection processing device that allows a clinician or a researcher to collect a sample and process it, mix it, filter it and encapsulate it into orally ingestible capsules that can be stored in a freezer." "The other side is the data side, which is understanding. So, doing microbiome analyses on the donors, on the recipient ill patients and seeing how their microbiome changes over time and learning who's the best donor for the best recipient. Those two offerings do not exist today, and right now, the process for a clinician, for a researcher to provide microbiome transplants to their patients is extremely onerous and laborious." @Tend_Health #FMT #CDIF #Microbiome #GutMicrobiome #MedicalDevice #Healthcare #Patient tend-health.com Download the transcript here
So there's much talk these days about weight stigma, in fact, we recorded a number of podcasts ourselves on the topic, and I believe it's very important, but this is our first podcast on another form of stigma. One that is powerful, often overlooked, and highly important to address. Our guests today are Matthew Garza and Nick Cuttriss. Matthew is Managing Editor at The diaTribe Foundation. And the dia in diaTribe derives from diabetes. The foundation's mission is to, and I'm quoting here, "to improve the lives of people with diabetes, prediabetes, "and obesity, and to advocate for action." I've served on an advisory board for diaTribe, and very much admire their work. Nicolas Cuttriss is a pediatric endocrinologist, and is founder of the ECHO Diabetes Action Network, and also has served on an advisory committee for the diaTribe Foundation. Matthew and Nick have been integral to a novel and welcome program on diabetes stigma that launched recently, that can be seen at the website, dstigmatize.org. Interview Summary So Matthew, let's start with you. So can you explain what is diabetes stigma, and how does it relate to stereotypes around food and obesity? Mathew – Absolutely. So in general, we know that stigma refers to the experiences of exclusion, rejection, prejudice, that blame and shame that people unfairly experience based on some characteristic or perceived difference. And in this case, that's diabetes. And this might look like negative attitudes towards people with diabetes. It might be hurtful or insensitive jokes made at their expense. And in some cases, it can even be outright discrimination. While there are many forms that diabetes stigma can take, such as being singled out for wearing a visible diabetes device, like a continuous glucose monitor for example, or an insulin pump, it could also be the stigma that's associated with having a chronic condition that does require, in some cases, daily medication. What we're seeing is that most of the research actually shows that the bulk of the stigma associated with diabetes stems from the misunderstanding that poor choices and unhealthy behaviors are the sole cause of this condition. And that people who have been diagnosed with diabetes somehow brought it on themselves. And this is attributed to both people with type 1 and type 2. And the stigma comes from lots of different sources. So it can be external from the media in shows or on the news. It can come from your friends and your family, from coworkers, healthcare professionals in a clinical setting. And sometimes it can even happen within the diabetes community. We often see that in defending themselves from the harmful stereotypes associated with diabetes, that people with type 1 can sometimes unintentionally redirect that stigma back onto people with type 2. And in regards to how this form of stigma specifically relates to food and obesity, it really goes back to what I was saying that unless you have diabetes or unless you know someone close to you that has diabetes, a lot of time, your only real knowledge of the condition is that it's connected to eating too much sugar, right? Or eating too much junk food, and that that somehow caused this. And a lot of times, it's associated with obesity or having excess weight. And then, on top of that, especially in America, we have this culture that there's this really problematic assumption that health is primarily a matter of individual responsibility. And this creates this stigmatizing narrative that blames people with diabetes for bad choices, and it sets up this us versus them. And it makes us treat people with diabetes differently because somehow they did this to themselves. But all of these beliefs oversimplify this really complex biological condition. And it overlooks all of those other, the systemic factors, such as environmental and socioeconomic context that people live in. Their access to healthy food options, to healthy grocery stores, for places to exercise. And so the more that we can kind of separate out diabetes from these misconceptions about food or sugar being its only cause, I think it's the better that we can support people and make sure that everyone is getting the care that they deserve. Boy, have you painted a detailed picture of that and I appreciate it, and I can imagine that navigating this world of stigmatizing events must be especially difficult for children. But let me ask you, overall, what are the negative impacts of diabetes stigma? Mathew - Absolutely, so there's so much research that I think still needs to be done to get a picture of the prevalence, the impacts, and the interventions that can address diabetes stigma. And thankfully, we've had some really great leaders in the field who have started to lay the groundwork to show all of this. And we see that diabetes stigma, and especially the language that we use to talk about diabetes has extremely negative effects. People with diabetes report feelings of fear, embarrassment, blame, anxiety, low self-esteem as a result of experiencing stigma. And this can translate into really harmful mental health conditions such as depression or higher levels of stress that drive unhealthy behaviors and can increase a person's risk for developing even greater health complications. You know, I know that Rebecca Puhl has touched on this a lot in her research on weight bias that we have this idea that potentially having this stigmatizing attitude will somehow motivate people. And in this case, motivate people with obesity or excess weight to improve their current habits. But actually, it has the opposite effect, and it causes things like harmful disordered eating or leading people to avoid physical activity altogether. And in the same vein, we see it happening with diabetes as well, that the stigma associated with the condition actually leads to worse self-care and worse diabetes management. So for example, we've talked to people, and seen in the research that they report injecting insulin only in public restrooms or at home, that they might choose to make an unhealthy food choice to avoid declining what is being offered to them. And even manipulating their glucose logs or lying about the management that they're doing just to avoid criticism from significant others or from healthcare professionals. And specifically, when the stigma is from healthcare professionals, it can actually inhibit people from seeking the necessary care that they need. One of the really concerning things that we've seen recently is that the research shows that people with diabetes fear being exposed for having diabetes or being labeled as disabled. And it discourages them from being open about their diagnosis in a way that is also influencing those who might be at risk, because it's acting as a barrier overall to awareness about the condition and to prevention. And it's increasing those feelings of isolation right after a diagnosis. And so the sheer breadth of all of these negative effects is why we believe that addressing diabetes stigma is such an essential missing element of effective diabetes care. Well, in a very short time, you've mentioned a number of very troubling consequences, and you can see how these things would feed on each other and you'd have this cascade of negative effects that could really impact just about every part of a person's life. So Nick, let's turn to you. So research on both diabetes and weight stigma has shown that people often report feeling stigmatized in healthcare settings. So what experiences are common in these settings, and how can healthcare professionals advise people on the relevant issues like lifestyle change without making stigma worse? Nick - So Matthew touched on it earlier in terms of stigma around when people are diagnosed with diabetes, they are blamed and shamed “that it's your fault.” But then, it's also perpetuated after diagnosis, and healthcare professionals putting blame and shame on patients for, quote, "being uncontrolled." And there's a marker, the A1C, which many healthcare professionals use. And we report EDIS rates in terms of quality improvement. And A1C less than 9% is how the health system separates out between people who are, quote, "controlled or uncontrolled." And the majority of people living with type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes have A1Cs that are greater than 7%, and they're not able to meet the targets. And so we, as healthcare professionals, need to become more explicit in working to overcome these implicit biases we label our patients as uncontrolled and perpetuating this stigma. A couple examples of what we can do in the healthcare professional setting is focusing on our language. And diaTribe has a great resource on their website, or you can look at the dstigmatize.org website to watch a couple video clips and really understand how language matters. So not labeling someone as diabetic, but they're a person living with diabetes before diabetic. They don't have good or bad blood sugar control. Their numbers are high, their numbers are low. Using descriptives, not saying, "Let's test someone's blood sugar," but checking someone's blood sugar. They're not on trial for their diabetes. And I think us as healthcare professionals need to realize when the majority of people living with diabetes aren't able to meet targets, it's not their fault. It's our fault. It's the delivery of healthcare that's failing, and it's not the patients who are failing. And we need to be more empathetic to them. And then, when it relates to obesity, similarly, when almost 50% of adults in the US are obese, and more than half are obese and overweight, we need to stop labeling them as obese and their fault when it's the majority of people who have this. I just had a colleague in the healthcare professional arena come to me last week, he said, "Nick, you know what? They put obesity on my diagnosis, I'm so upset." And this is someone who is trying to address their weight and get newer medications that help address the weight. But the healthcare professionals said, "No, you need to try more." So I think we need to change our approach of how we label our patients, and how we approach them with this blame and shame. Well, and it's easy to see how people who feel stigmatized and have difficulty in the medical settings with the healthcare professionals they're interacting with would be more likely to avoid care, and that could exacerbate their condition. So let me ask this, do you see any signs that this issue is being addressed in the medical profession? Does it come up in med school training? Is it part of continuing education? Is it on the radar anywhere? Nick - I wish it was more systematically. I think maybe at some institutions where there are champions for people living with diabetes, where a student might get a lecture, but unfortunately, I don't see it there. And I think that's what's so exciting about diaTribe dStigmatize initiative is really to get more broader reach and get the basics. So in medical school, we get into all these details in terms of cause of diabetes and medications. But I think if we could just back up on the humanistic level and know how to talk to people with chronic conditions, we'll train the next generation of leaders much more humanistically and have better outcomes if we can focus on the basics of how to interact with people living with chronic conditions, and getting rid of this blame. It sure would be nice to see some of those things happen. So I'd like to ask a question of both of you. So it's clear that addressing diabetes stigma is a complex challenge. So what does diaTribe think needs to happen to begin combating this problem? And, Matthew, let's start with you. Mathew - Thank you both so much for mentioning dStigmatize; that's what we're really excited about. We just launched this online resource that we hope is going to be the first step, because when we started to look at what is the landscape of resources out there for someone who wants to make sure that they are able to understand what the problem is and how to address it, there really was no centralized location. So what we wanted to do is bring resources together to make it a one-stop shop that anyone who wanted to learn about how to identify this form of stigma, why it might be harmful, or hear the real life stories from people with diabetes, about their condition, and about how stigma has affected them, that they would be able to do that in this one place. And we launched this resource primarily because we think that there's two very essential first steps that we need to take. And the first is that in order to address this public issue, we have to shift away from that really pervasive blame and shame mindset, right? So we want to reframe the way that people are thinking about diabetes, so that it's viewed as this complex, but manageable condition that nobody asks for. And not that it's somehow a failure of personal responsibility. So part of that has been that we've been really grateful that so many members of the diabetes community have been so open to sharing their stories because it's really helping us paint a picture of what diabetes actually looks like, and the ways that stigma affects people on a day-to-day basis. And then, the second part that our website really addresses is that language. And so leaders like Jane Dickinson, Susan Guzman, and Jane Speight have all been really key in making sure that language is seen as one of those tenets when it comes to addressing diabetes stigma, that the words that we're using to talk about diabetes currently lack that kind of awareness, and consideration, and even empathy at times. But because language matters and it has real impacts on the way that people with diabetes view themselves, how healthcare providers view people with diabetes, and how the general public views them, we wanted to create very specific language guidance directed at people who might write, or talk, or communicate about diabetes in some way, that encourages them to use words and phrases that are neutral, that are nonjudgmental. And at its very core, that are based on the facts, and actions, and physiology or biology that can actually help people, right? We want to get away from using all those terms that Nick was talking about like bad glucose levels or controlling their diabetes, because those just aren't actually factual when it comes down to it. Looking forward, dStigmatize is just the first step. We think that there's so many other initiatives aimed at getting more research funding to really explore this issue and its impacts. We think that there's the potential for media advocacy campaigns, similar to what GLAD did at the beginning of the LGBTQ Civil Rights Movements in addressing the negative representation of people who are LGBTQ in the media that a similar thing could be done because there's so many negative portrayals of diabetes and inaccurate portrayals in the media. And then, finally, the campaigns that influence the general public's attitudes towards diabetes. One of the key next steps might be influencing healthcare providers' interactions because like both of you said, we know that the research shows that this is a key area where people are experiencing stigma. And this is also a group that I think truly wants to make sure that their patients are feeling empathy, and that they're able to help them in any way that we can. And so I know that this actually is a very specific intervention that Nick has been doing a lot of work around and can speak to the importance of. It's a very comprehensive effort you're discussing. So Nick, what would you like to add to that? Nick – Yes, so, I'm a hyperspecialist in pediatric endocrinology, and there's just not enough adult endocrinologists or pediatric endocrinologists to care for people living with diabetes. And we just need to recognize that frontline healthcare professionals have more of an opportunity, more touch points to make a difference than a specialist like me. And we really must do everything to support frontline healthcare professionals in overcoming diabetes stigma. So as founding director of the ECHO Diabetes Action Network formed to combat system failures in our society in how we educate clinician and approaches to medical management for people with diabetes. And we're seeking to democratize diabetes specialty knowledge, so they can reach frontline healthcare professionals and power underserved populations living with diabetes. So an example of the efforts to target frontline healthcare professionals and improve care, we've launched a monthly educational series focusing on diabetes and disparities in the primary care setting. And then, the initial focus was attention to CKD and diabetes, and we're going to be moving focus areas moving forward. And we'll do a block on cardiometabolic issues, and obesity-related diabetes disparities. And then, also, we'll collaborate with diaTribe on launching one for addressing diabetes stigma and behavioral health, just to name a few. So for more information, feel free to visit echodiabetes.org, and join us for being a champion for people living with diabetes in the primary care setting. Bios Matthew Garza is the Managing Editor of DiaTribe. Matthew Garza joined the diaTribe Foundation in 2020 after graduating with honors from Johns Hopkins University's Whiting School of Engineering where he majored in Biomedical Engineering and minored in the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality. As an undergraduate Matthew was heavily involved in research, working in the Hopkins Translational Tissue Engineering Center. His research focused primarily on stem cells, three-dimensional matrix scaffolds, and surgical outcomes for transgender patients. He has a passion for understanding more about the socioeconomic determinants of health and how they affect health outcomes, primarily for the LGBTQ population. Matthew swam for the Hopkins varsity swim team and was the president of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee and Hopkins's Athlete Ally chapter. He enjoys swimming, running, hiking, and backpacking in his free time and he will never turn down the opportunity to eat good food or listen to good music. Dr. Nicolas Cuttriss is a social entrepreneur and a practicing pediatric endocrinologist and public health professional with a unique dedication to health disparities and improving the quality of life of people living with diabetes. He currently serves as Founding Director and CEO of the ECHO Diabetes Action Network after serving as Director of Project ECHO Diabetes and Project ECHO Diabetes in the Time of COVID-19 at Stanford University. Prior to joining Stanford, Dr. Cuttriss served as the first pediatric endocrinologist for the University of New Mexico Project ECHO Institute ENDO teleECHO clinic to democratize diabetes specialty knowledge by empowering primary care providers to care for patients with complex diabetes who lack access to routine diabetes specialty care. Clinically, Dr. Cuttriss founded and serves as Medical Director for ENDO Diabetes & Wellness, a medical practice specializing in diabetes and telehealth where he also supports and consults with medical groups and hospital systems around the country to address barriers to routine diabetes specialty care. Dr. Cuttriss also serves as co-Founder & Chairman of the Board of AYUDA (American Youth Understanding Diabetes Abroad), a 501c3 global health volunteer organization that empowers youth to serve as agents of change in diabetes communities aboard.
Signs of clinical deterioration often start appearing hours before an adverse event or arrest. As nurses, we are in the unique position to be able to identify and act on early warning signs. Nurse Alice, from the Ask Nurse Alice podcast, talks about early signs and symptoms of clinical deterioration and how the Modified Early Warning Score (MEWS) can be implemented.Please take my listener survey to help me improve the podcast: https://forms.gle/YdufbTZZoRELxZSG8Check out Nicole Kupchik's exam reviews and practice questions at nicolekupchikconsulting.com. Use the promo code UPMYGAME20 to get 20% off all products.Nicole Kupchik's online course The ABCs of ABGs and Capnography is referenced in this episode.Use the promo code UMNG10 to get 10% off your order from Stoggles.Up My Nursing Game is partnering with VCU Health Continuing Education to offer FREE continuing education credits for registered nurses. Click here to obtain nursing credit (1.00).See the show notes at upmynursinggame.com.
Within a health system, student pharmacists on rotation often are responsible for making numerous clinical interventions. However, oftentimes students are not engaged in the clinical intervention documentation, and do not have the opportunity to practice and develop their documentation skills prior to going into independent practice as a pharmacist. In this episode of Educator Essentials, we talk about implementing a standardized method for tracking student pharmacist interventions in the inpatient setting. The information presented during the podcast reflects solely the opinions of the presenter. The information and materials are not, and are not intended as, a comprehensive source of drug information on this topic. The contents of the podcast have not been reviewed by ASHP, and should neither be interpreted as the official policies of ASHP, nor an endorsement of any product(s), nor should they be considered as a substitute for the professional judgment of the pharmacist or physician.
Dr. Steven Vorholt continues his takeover of the Very Dental Podcast Network! He sat down with Zach and Kevin at VoD in January and they put him through the ringer! The questions: How did COVID affect your practice? You have to have a crown on #2...what material do you choose? Did you/would you place sealant on your own children? Your significant other needs ortho...wires/brackets or aligners? If your own #29 needed endo/core and crown/crown lengthening, would you do it or go right to an implant? If your significant other had a slight diastema between 8 and 9 would you suggest ortho, resin or porcelain? Check out the Very Clinical Facebook group! Join the Very Dental Facebook group using the password "Timmerman," Hornbrook" or "McWethy." If you'd like to support the Very Dental Podcast Network then you should support our sponsors! Zirc Dental Products' Color Method will rescue your team from clinical clutter and disorganization and if you use the coupon code “VERYDENTAL” to get 50% off their most popular level of organizational consultation. You'll have a box of all the different trays, tubs, cassettes and other goodies sent ot your office and then have an in depth conversation with one of Zirc's clinical efficiency specialists to help you choose what's best for your office! So head over to verydentalpodcast.com/zirc and use coupon code “VERYDENTAL” to get 50% off Color Method consultation! Cosmedent's Center for Esthetic Excellence has a superstar lineup this summer! If you haven't taken a course at the CEE, you're really missing out! Cosmedent basically invented hands on restorative continuing education and their “classroom in the sky” overlooking Michigan Avenue in Chicago, Illinois sets the bar! You get small class size and lots of individual attention with your instructors…and the course offerings are amazing! Cosmedent's CE is second to none and their summer line up has something for everyone! Go check it out at verydentalpodcast.com/CEE! You won't believe all the changes and advances they're having over at CAD-Ray! Now you can get the i700 in WIRELESS! Yes, you heard me correctly, all the goodness of the Medit i700 now is now available with no cables! The i700 wireless is available NOW from CAD-Ray and it ships immediately! If you've been waiting for a wireless intraoral scanning solution, your wait is over! Go check out CAD-Ray at verydentalpodcast.com/cadray or cad-ray.com Do you have something you use every single day on every single procedure? I do. There isn't anything I do in dentistry that Enova Illumination isn't a huge part of. I've owned a lot of different kinds of loupes. I've had Designs for Vision, Zeiss, Orascoptic…all of them. My favorites are the Enova's Vizix loupes in the Airon frame. Mine are red. RAWR! Along with the amazing, weightless and cordless Qubit, Quasar or Quantum headlights (all others are just toys) you cannot do better. Oh, did I mention the incredible Zumax 2380 operating microscope with built in still and video? Why haven't you checked out Enova Illumination yet? You can get a killer deal on all things Enova by using the Very Dental link you'll find at verydentalpodcast.com/Enova! Do you need help with a logo, website design or anything marketing? Our friends at Wonderist can definitely help! Keep your eyes open for the updated Very Dental Podcast website coming soon! It's amazing and it was designed by the pros at the Wonderist Agency! Want more information? Go check them out at verydentalpodcast.com/wonderist! Our friends at Crazy Dental have switched things up again! Now you can get 10% off your whole order from Crazy Dental using the coupon code: VERYDENTAL10! That's right…10% off your whole order! Go check out the amazing prices at verydentalpodcast.com/crazy and be sure to use the coupon code: VERYDENTAL10!
In this week's episode, I am joined by Dr. John Jurica, MD, MPH, CPE, a family physician with a long history of doing non-clinical work. John was part-time medical director for a family planning clinic and an occupational medicine clinic. He worked as part-time VP for Medical Affairs and full-time Chief Medical Officer at a nonprofit hospital south of Chicago, Illinois for 14 years (total). He left that job to partner with other investors to open an urgent care center, where he serves as medical director. In 2017, he started the weekly Physician Nonclinical Careers Podcast, with 245 episodes so far. John is the co-founder of NewScript, a membership for licensed clinicians with a community, free live streams, and recorded videos, interviews, and other resources to help them thrive in today's healthcare environment, accessible on desktop or phone app. John now devotes most of his time to mentoring, coaching, and teaching physicians how to find and secure nontraditional jobs based on their medical backgrounds and knowledge of the healthcare system in the U.S. and abroad. John and I discuss his journey in healthcare, pivoting directions in his career, and what's currently happening in the industry in terms of burnout & the pandemic. Tune in to this week's episode to learn: How healthcare providers can overcome burnout by looking at non-clinical careers Pivoting career paths when you no longer feel aligned The great resignation happening in healthcare right now & whether we should be concerned Healthcare changes we're seeing due to the pandemic & adaptations being made What NewScript is and how it's bringing healthcare providers together Grab your drink of choice and join the conversation! Resources Website: https://nonclinicalphysicians.com New Script: newscript.app Free resource for listeners: 70 Nonclinical Careers for Physicians: https://pnc-podcast.lpages.co/70-nonclinical-careers/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/john.jurica.7/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-jurica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/johnjurica2 Connect with Jennifer George: @bestobsessed_with_jenn | Instagram Jennifer George | Website @jenngeorge08) | Twitter Jennifer George | Facebook Click here to check out my book about connecting and communicating with patients to empower their experiences! Stay up to date on everything happening with the Healthcare Provider Happy Hour by subscribing to my weekly newsletter at www.jennifergeorge.co
(00:32) Could you let our listeners know a bit about your role and background at Mayo Clinic?(01:23) Is there a lot of information sharing between our neurology clinicians and the Alzheimer's Disease Research Center when it comes to test development?(01:50) Can you give us a brief overview of the test?(03:17) Is a cerebral spinal fluid test for NFLC already on the market?(04:41) How has Mayo Clinic been able to launch this test in blood? (05:49) What is a laboratory developed test, and what does it mean for physicians?(07:00) Do we have a high degree of confidence that physicians will get an actionable result from this blood test?(07:45) How will Mayo Clinic Laboratories help physicians interpret the test results?(09:15) For which patients is this test most appropriate?(10:59) How might patients benefit from this test?(11:46) How can this test help physicians to know which treatment path to pursue?(12:33) How else might this test benefit patients?(13:49) What about this test excites you most?
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Cocoa may enhance skeletal muscle function University of California at San Diego, May 3, 2022 A small clinical trial led by researchers at UC San Diego School of Medicine and VA San Diego Healthcare System (VASDHS) found that patients with advanced heart failure and type 2 diabetes showed improved mitochondrial structure after three months of treatment with epicatechin-enriched cocoa. Epicatechin is a flavonoid found in dark chocolate. The study published by the journal Clinical and Translational Science looked at profoundly ill patients with major damage to skeletal muscle mitochondria. The trial participants consumed dark chocolate bars and a beverage with a total epicatechin content of approximately 100 mg per day for three months. Biopsies of skeletal muscle were conducted before and after treatment. After the three-month treatment, the researchers looked at changes in mitochondria volume and the abundance of cristae, which are internal compartments of mitochondria that are necessary for efficient function of the mitochondria, and measurable by electron microscopy. After three months, we saw recovery – cristae numbers back toward normal levels, and increases in several molecular indicators involved in new mitochondria production.” Healthy habits may improve longevity, prevent Alzheimer's disease Rush University Medical Center, May 14, 2022 Everyday habits that serve as the backbone of a healthy lifestyle may keep your brain sharp and help you live longer, according to new research from aging experts at RUSH. A study recently published in the British Medical Journal found that people ages 65 and older who had a healthy lifestyle lived longer—3.1 years longer for women, 5.7 years longer for men—than their peers who didn't have the same healthy lifestyle. They also spent more of their remaining years without Alzheimer's disease. What constitutes a healthy lifestyle?Eating the Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurogenerative Delay (MIND) diet Staying engaged in cognitive activities like reading and puzzles Being physically active for at least 150 minutes a week Not smoking Limiting alcohol use (no more than one drink a day for women and two drinks a day for men) This latest study builds on ongoing research from RUSH showing that lifestyle factors can potentially reduce the risk for Alzheimer's disease and dementia by up to 60%, says Kumar Rajan, Ph.D., professor of epidemiology and director of the Rush Institute for Healthy Aging. Ozone treated water v. lethal microbial material University of Alberta, May 9, 2022 A University of Alberta research team has discovered that technology commonly used to decontaminate food industry equipment can also rid meat processing plants of lethal microbial material responsible for the human version of the ailment Mad Cow disease. U of A microbiology professors Mike Belosevic and Norm Neumann and engineering professor Mohamed Gamal El-Din demonstrated that infectious proteins found in the brain matter of cattle can be eradicated from water treated with ozone. The discovery could have applications in decontaminating wastewater in settings such as slaughterhouse effluents where infected neural material known as prions may be present. The ozone decontamination procedure can potentially be used to sterilize instruments used for neurosurgery, and prevent the transfer of infectious prions during surgical procedures. Prions are able to destroy and can still be infectious after being incinerated at heats of 850o C. In the wild, soil contaminated by a carcass of a deer that died of Chronic Wasting Disease can remain a source of infection for many years. The U of A research team's technique of using water treated with ozone to destroy prions is an improvement on current prion decontamination methods. Tai Chi Benefits Patients With Parkinson's Oregon Research Institute, May 13, 2022 Tai chi, an ancient martial art characterized by slow, flowing movement and meditation, helps improve balance and movement control for people with Parkinson's disease. The finding, published in The New England Journal of Medicine, is the latest study to show the benefits of tai chi for people with chronic health problems. Past studies have shown that tai chi reduces falls and depression among the elderly, and lessens pain for patients with arthritis and fibromyalgia. In the latest research, 195 people with movement and balance problems caused by Parkinson's disease were recruited from four Oregon cities. The patients were divided into three exercise classes that met for an hour a day, twice a week. One group took part in an extensive stretching class, another was taught resistance training, and the third group performed tai chi. After six months, patients in the tai chi group performed better on a number of measures related to strength, movement control, balance, stride length and reach. Resistance training also offered some benefits, and both the tai chi and resistance training groups had fewer falls than the stretching group. Vitamin B12 shows promise against ALS Tokushima University (Japan), May 13 2022. An article appearing on May 9, 2022 in JAMA Neurology described a randomized trial in which men and women with the progressive neurologic disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) exhibited improvement in their condition after receiving a high dose of a form of vitamin B12 known as methylcobalamin. Among the 126 patients who completed the trial, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Functional Rating Scale scores declined by an average of 2.66 points for those who received the vitamin and by 4.63 in the placebo group—a difference of 43%. (Lower scores indicate increased severity of symptoms.) This randomized clinical trial demonstrated that use of ultrahigh-dose methylcobalamin resulted in a 43% reduction in clinical deterioration as evaluated with the ALSFRS-R total score throughout the 16-week treatment period in the patients with early-stage ALS, Diabetes risk from sitting around University of Leicester (UK), May 12, 2022 A new study has found that women who stay seated for long periods of time every day are more prone to developing type 2 diabetes, but that a similar link wasn't found in men. Researchers from the University of Leicester Departments of Health Sciences and Cardiovascular Sciences revealed that women who are sedentary for most of the day were at a greater risk from exhibiting the early metabolic defects that act as a precursor to developing type 2 diabetes than people who tend to sit less. The team assessed over 500 men and women of the age of 40 or more about the amount of time spent sitting over the course of a week. It was found that the women who spent the longest time sitting had higher levels of insulin, as well as higher amounts of C-reactive protein and chemicals released by fatty tissue in the abdomen, leptin, and interleukin6, and which indicate problematic inflammation. This study provides important new evidence that higher levels of sitting time have a deleterious impact on insulin resistance and chronic low-grade inflammation in women but not men and that this effect is seen regardless of how much exercise is undertaken. This suggests that women who meet the national recommendations of 30 minutes of exercise a day may still be compromising their health if they are seated for the rest of the day. Videos: 1. Fauci Clip Surfaces, As Incoherent In 1985 As He Is Now: Spreads Diabolical Lie That “HIV” Could Spread To Children Via Casual Contact In Household (0:35) 2. Margaret Heckler & Robert Gallo – 1984 Press Conference (0:38) 3. Melissa Ciummei Clip (9:52) 4. 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n this episode we turn our attention to cancer warrior JJ Singleton. Learn how he has taken a bad prognosis and has turned it into motivation to #nevergiveup Clinical trials are saving his life. This is an episode you do not want to miss! You can visit our following platforms: Website: alltalkoncology.com, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube
In this Industry Talk, we speak with Mimi Nguyen, a Regulatory Health Project Manager in the Office of Strategic Partnerships and Technology Innovation in the Center for Devices and Radiological Health at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. She helps manage and organize strategic initiatives, pilot projects, and cross-cutting working groups. Additionally, Nguyen has done work in technology transfer, strategic planning, and program building. Nguyen received a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Cell Biology from the University of California, San Diego, and a Master of Business and Science with a focus in Clinical and Regulatory Affairs from KGI.
Please subscribe to our youtube page to get notices on all new podcasts as well helping us grow our audience. https://www.youtube.com/c/NewClevelandRadioMelinda and Roberta talk about Clinical SolutionsBefore starting her own consulting firm, Roberta Brofman's nursing career encompassed a wide variety of healthcare experience -- both in Clinical Practice and Operations -- in Skilled Care, Long-Term Care, Critical Care, Homecare, Hospice and Acute Care, including:• As the Director of Nursing for a skilled nursing facility, Roberta developed clinical programming in heart failure which led to a reduction in returns to acute care, an increase in hospital referrals and increased revenue. Her leadership development and Quality Assessment Performance Improvement (QAPI) skills in fall and wound prevention provided additional positive results.• Under her leadership as the Director of Nursing and Program Development for a 63-bed skilled post-hospital nursing unit, the facility achieved three years of deficiency-free, Ohio Department of Health (ODH) surveys and a perfect Five-Star rating from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).• During her 13 years of homecare experience, Roberta served as a direct care manager and clinical coordinator of over 200 skilled, passport and private duty patients. Under her management, the department achieved perfect surveys from the Ohio Department of Health, the Joint Commission and Passport Services and was designated as HomeCare Elite Top 25% in the nation.• Roberta's experience as a Director of Quality includes the establishment of deemed status by the Joint Commission (JCAHO) of a newly opened Inpatient Rehab Facility (IRF) where she then led the facility as Chief Nursing Officer.• As the Chief of Strategic Planning and Program Development at the Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio, Roberta was responsible for the development of successful programs in Heart Failure, COPD/Pneumonia and Orthopedics along with an automated data reporting structure for outcome measures in all clinical areas. Now, as the President and Founder of Five Star Clinical Solutions, Roberta works with organizations on both the clinical and operations side to evaluate where process improvements can be made to enhance outcomes and increase referrals. Her programs deliver measurable outcomes in staff and patient satisfaction, leadership, programming, certification and survey results.https://fivestarclinical.com/For more information or to listen to Heart Mojo Podcasts go to: https://newclevelandradio.net/listening-links/heart-mojo-with-melinda-smith/
"We're able to really optimize the nutrition for that specific surgery ... we're able to individualise our care plans as dieticians for these patients" This discussion follows on from a previous piece which you can find here: https://topmedtalk.libsyn.com/website/category/nutrition-clinics-ebpom-chicago Discussion picks up, following on from the above presentation with questions from the live audience who were attending one of Evidence Based Perioperative Medicine's (EBPOM) cutting edge conferences in either Chicago or Ireland. To find out more about EBPOM's next exciting conference please go now to www.ebpom.org Chaired by John Whittle, Associate Professor, Perioperative Medicine, University College London, and Vicki Morton, Director of Clinical and Quality Outcomes, Providence Anesthesiology Associates, with their guests, Oonagh Griffin, Senior Dietician - pancreatic cancer care, St Vincent's University Hospital, Leah Cox, Specialist Dietician - cancer rehabilitation, nutrition and dietetic department Kings College, London, Rebecca Ilic, Clinical Nutrition Manager, Northwestern Memorial Hospital.
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Corporate America is not immune to the impact of domestic violence. With over 70 million women in the workforce and 1-in-4 women experiencing abuse in the home most workplaces in America employ someone living in an abusive relationship. In this episode, we discuss the need for a "coordinated corporate response" to domestic violence, one that includes organization-wide and cross-departmental engagement, employee training, and occupational safety in order to nimbly address the needs of employees who experience domestic violence. Ruth Guerreiro, Senior Director of Clinical Services at Genesis Women's Shelter & Support, and Effie Dennison, Executive Vice President, Director of Community Development and Corporate Responsibility for Texas Capital Bank join the conversation to expand on how corporations can be the catalyst for change when an employee turns to their employer for support. Ruth Guerreiro is the Senior Director of Clinical and Non-Residential Services at Genesis Women's Shelter & Support (GWSS). For the past 10 years, Ms. Guerreiro has been advocating for and providing cutting-edge therapeutic services to women and children who have experienced domestic violence. She supervises and trains clinicians across all locations to guarantee that GWSS is providing best-practice therapies for clients. Ms. Guerreiro seeks out, develops, oversees and integrates trauma-informed programs to ensure the organization and staff continue to be thought leaders in the movement to end domestic violence. She is EMDR certified, an EMDRIA Consultant, an LCSW licensing supervisor, and a CPT provider, in addition to providing expert testimony in court on behalf of survivors. Ms. Guerreiro has provided individual and group therapy to over 1,000 survivors.Effie Dennison is Executive Vice President, Director of Community Development and Corporate Responsibility for Texas Capital Bank (TCB) and is responsible for the bank's strategic investment and community relations activities across all TCB Texas markets. Responsibilities include fulfillment of the banks' philanthropic giving, employee engagement and Community Reinvestment Act (CRA). Ms. Dennison is also President of Texas Capital Community Development Corporation (CDC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the bank that provides commercial loans for development and revitalization of economically distressed areas. The CDC also makes long-term investments in various funds that provide equity for small and mid-size businesses. Dennison has over 28 years of experience in financial services. Prior to joining Texas Capital Bank, Dennison served in executive roles as Director of Sales and Marketing for Vendor Resource Management, Fannie Mae North Texas and Senior Vice President of Community Development for Wells Fargo Bank-Texas.
BTBA Podcast 生技來一刻「Faculty as Entrepreneurs-學者創業訪談」系列旨在將生技產業概述的格局放大到由學術研究、藥廠及生技公司串連起的整個生態系，讓我們可以從多面向角度來了解整個生醫製藥、生物技術產業；藉由連線訪談橫跨學術及業界領域的專家來了解基礎醫學研究與臨床應用的連結整合，破除一些學術界與新創產業的迷思，希望能幫助更多學術期刊上的重要研究找到一條實際應用的產業出路。 在聽完上一集加州大學洛杉磯分校（UCLA）醫學院藥理系的曾憲榮教授 (Dr. Hsian-Rong Tseng)分享的創業教戰守則後，我們在這一集的節目中，要來聽聽老師創業的過程和這當中所面臨的問題與挑戰，而擁有這樣豐富的實戰經驗的曾老師，又將給予我們怎樣的實際建議和創業秘訣！透過和BTBA Podcast團隊的訪談，曾老師將過往的創業心酸血淚史與其所幻化出的實際建言，分享給同在這條生技路上的你和我！ Dr. Hsian-Rong Tseng's LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/hrtseng/ UCLA Liquid Biopsy Laboratory 曾憲榮老師實驗室 https://uclaliquidbiopsy.org/ Time stamps: 成立公司契機 3:00 UCLA的創業環境 4:55 實驗室介紹與公司研發方向 9:35 公司營運資金與來源 17: 26 觀台灣與美國創業環境 28:14 未來職涯發展方向 32:57 給台灣生技人的建議 35:54
Go to radicalconfidence.com to get your copy of my book Radical Confidence! When you do, you'll be getting a toolkit of 10 No-BS lessons on becoming the hero of your own life - and you'll learn how to set better boundaries, live a life that lights you up, and give you the ability to boldly stare down ANY frikin' thing that gets between you and the things you want from life!The term narcissist gets thrown around a lot to the misfortune of people who are not actually narcissistic. Toxicity, emotional, mental, and verbal abuse are clear common markers of narcissistic behavior. Hopefully, you're not in a relationship with a narcissistic person, but perhaps you've recently left a toxic situation and still feel lost, confused and uncertain how to handle the narcissist in your life.Dr. Ramani doesn't mince words when it comes to dealing with narcissists. The depth of knowledge she has from working with victims of narcissism is mind-blowing. In this episode we've packed some of the best advice Dr. Ramani has shared with Lisa on Women of Impact so you can take notes and the cycle of abuse and start healing.If you've managed to avoid relationships with narcissists to this point, we're cheering for you. We want you to be safe and be aware of the red fags many people miss until it's too far gone.SHOW NOTES:0:00 | Introduction to Dr. Ramani0:09 | Look for These Red Flags26:02 | They Weaponize Vulnerabilities47:48 | 6 Types of Narcissists1:04:44 | Red Flags in Conversation1:15:15 | How to Heal & Detox1:37:06 | Break the Trauma Bond1:52:15 | How to Leave a NarcissistQUOTES:“Once you've communicated something about three times, and it has been dishonored, devalued, not listened to, or validated, that's it! You're done…” [3:29]“Charisma is a tricky pattern, because we always assume, that it's a good thing and I think people have to be discerning about charisma.” [15:12]“We're literally more protective of the password we have for some game on our computer, then we are with the most sacred parts of our psyche.” [27:02]“There's a short list of reasons people stay in their relationships, hope, fear, guilt, and lack of information.” [40:48]“Secure, people don't lash out at other people, [...] they know they're not always going to get it right. They're not always trying to overcompensate, they apologize when they are wrong.” [52:18]“this is it. This is who this person is. You stay. And this is how it is” [1:04:40]“It's not just about the trust of the other. It's about that you have the right to set a boundary. And that's about trusting yourself. “ [1:36:30]“The primary motivations of these difficult relationships are that the narcissistic or difficult person wants power. They want control. They want everything for their own pleasure, their own needs.” [1:51:19]“There's no such thing as failing at healing. If you're getting out of bed in the morning, even if you're slow and even if it's later than you want, you're healing because you had the courage to face down another day.” [1:54:03]Follow Dr. Ramani:Website: http://doctor-ramani.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DoctorRamanDurvasula Twitter: https://twitter.com/DoctorRamani Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doctorramani/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/doctorramani Podcast: http://doctor-ramani.com/podcasts-feat-dr-ramani/
In Clinical Case 9, Dr. Marc Norman presents a neuropsychological evaluation of a 48-year-old woman with a frontal lobe tumor. Show notes are available at www.NavNeuro.com/95 _________________ If you'd like to support the show, here are a few easy ways: 1) Get APA-approved CE credit for listening to select episodes: www.NavNeuro.com/INS 2) Tell your friends and colleagues about it 3) Subscribe (free) and leave an Apple Podcasts rating/review: www.NavNeuro.com/itunes 4) Contribute to the discussion in the comments section of the website (click the episode link listed above) or on Twitter (@NavNeuro) Thanks for listening, and join us next time as we continue to navigate the brain and behavior! [Note: This podcast and all linked content is intended for general educational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of psychology or any other professional healthcare advice and services. No professional relationship is formed between hosts and listeners. All content is to be used at listeners' own risk. Users should always seek appropriate medical and psychological care from their licensed healthcare provider.]
Seeking unity and advocating for change are often in tension with each other. How do we navigate the Pilates industry of the 21st Century for maximum unity and respect whilst also encouraging evidence-based practice and updated narratives? Resources mentioned in the episode: Purchase Raph's book for only USD $4.99 https://strengthentheperson.com/book-page (here) Book a time to talk with Ralph https://breatheeducation.as.me/raphael (here) Stop Posting Workout Videos carousel https://www.instagram.com/p/CanMY-DhOLm/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link (here) Stop Posting Workout Videos whiteboard https://www.instagram.com/p/CULiX4NBzNx/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link (here) Are Ab Curls Safe in Pregnancy? https://www.instagram.com/p/Ca73BpXhu5X/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link (here) RISE Pilates https://www.instagram.com/rise.pilates/ (here) Join our FREE Live Community Sessions https://breathe-education.com/pilates_elephants-register/ (here) -------------------------------- About Amy Hedger: Amy is the founder of A.FORM Pilates with over 5 years of experience instructing in various cities such as Melbourne and London. She believes there is no right ‘form' of Pilates but what works best for the individual. Furthering her skill set in completing her Diploma in Clinical and Rehabilitation Pilates with Breathe Education, Amy coaches all levels of capabilities offering expert knowledge. She constantly strives to make her clients the strongest and most resilient they can be, both mentally and physically. How to Connect with Amy:Find Amy Hedger on https://www.instagram.com/amyhedger112/ (Instagram) and https://www.linkedin.com/in/amy-hedger-79161321b/ (LinkedIn ) Find Amy online https://linktr.ee/Amyhedgerpilates (HERE) About Raphael Bender: Raph believes everyone deserves the opportunity to transform into a better version of themselves. His main strength as a teacher and movement professional is the ability to distill complex research findings into a simple, science-based approach to help people move fearlessly, thoughtlessly, and painlessly. He LOVES running, weights, cycling, and Contrology. Raph holds a Master's degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology (Rehabilitation), a Bachelor's degree in Exercise and Sports Science, Diploma of Pilates Movement Therapy, and STOTT PILATES full certification. How to Connect with Raphael: Find Breathe Education on https://www.instagram.com/breathe.education/ (Instagram), https://www.facebook.com/BreatheEducation (Facebook), https://www.linkedin.com/company/breathe-education (LinkedIn), https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLJEGo7eoFSQ6K7Zb7P5u6A (Youtube), and https://twitter.com/BreatheEdu (Twitter) Find Raphael Bender on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/the_raphaelbender/?hl=en (@the_raphaelbender) Ways to engage with us for FREE: Get our free ebook onhttps://breathe-education.com/posture/ ( Posture Myths in Pilates) Have Questions? https://breathe-education.com/coachingcall (Book a time to talk with our team) DISCLAIMER: The content in the podcast is not intended to constitute or be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified healthcare providers with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking it because of something you have heard on the podcast. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy AdBarker - https://adbarker.com/privacy
In COVID-19 clinical update #114, Dr. Griffin discusses early treatment with ivermectin, procalcitonin not a reliable biomarker, vaccine in 6-11 year olds, FDA limits use of Janssen vaccine, does site of vaccine booster matter, sniffer dogs, monoclonals for hospitalized patients, risk assessment for public events, Paxlovid eligibility, and persistence of pediatric anosmia. Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode Effects of early treatment with Ivermectin (NEJM) Procalcitonin not a reliable biomarker (IDSA) Evaluation of vaccine in children 6 to 11 years (NEJM)) FDA limits use of Janssen vaccine (FDA) Recall of b cell memory on vaccination location (Science Immunology) Persistence screening using sniffer dogs (Journal of Clinical Trials) Tixagevimab/Cilgavimab for treatment of hospitalized patients (Lancet) Infection detection by canine olfaction (OFID) Diagnostic utility to differentiate patients (IDSA) Prevalence of anosmia in pediatric cases (Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal) Risk assessment for public events (University of Texas COVID-19 Modeling Consortium) PAXLOVID patient eligibility screening checklist (FDA) PAXLOVID drug interactions (IDSA) Contribute to ASTMH fundraiser at PWB Dr. Griffin's treatment guide (pdf) Letters read on TWiV 899 Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your questions for Dr. Griffin to email@example.com
In this special guest edition of The Psychology of Eating Podcast, Marc David interviews Dr. Eric Zielinski, author, aromatherapist, researcher, Biblical health educator, and founder of NaturalLivingFamily.com. In their expansive interview, Dr. Zielinski offers a compelling look into the world of essential oils, and how they can serve as an important anchor in creating vibrant health. With a rich history extending back thousands of years, essential oils have an amazing ability to transform our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health. As the foremost expert in America on essential oils, Dr. Zielinski's passion for natural living and essential oils began decades ago. Since then, his work has attracted millions of followers who share his belief in the healing properties of essential oils. Show Highlights: The use of essential oils goes back millenia, but were also used widely just before the advent of modern medicine when combat medics in World Wars I and II used them for their antibacterial properties. Oils like clove, oregano, lemongrass, and tea tree oil were the antibiotic equivalents at that time. Essential oils are increasingly recognized in scientific research for their ability to fight infection, balance blood pressure, protect against cancer, alleviate anxiety and depression, and detoxify the body. Modern manufactured products, whether detergents, deodorizers, aerosols, or sprays contain neurotoxins that have stunted our natural human sensory abilities to detect substances that are bad for our health. For this reason, it's vital to minimize our exposure to toxic products, as much as possible. Essential oils have a remarkable capability to retrain our sense of smell to more accurately detect noxious substances in our environment. Dr. Zielinski emphasizes the important role of essential oils in getting people reconnected to the natural world, among others. He highlights the Japanese ancient healing art of Shinrin-yoku, or forest bathing, where one gets out in nature - preferably a densely wooded area, as another example. Simply by being outside, breathing in the volatile organic compounds from the living world, and stimulating every touch, we naturally improve our health and vitality. Dr. Zielinski shares his background in Biblical health education, a field he is presently helping to develop. Biblical health recognizes our God-given right to an abundant life: spiritual, emotional, financial, and social. ------------------------- For more on Dr. Zielinski, head to https://www.naturallivingfamily.com, or learn more about his bestselling book, The Healing Power of Essential Oils at https://go.naturallivingfamily.com/free-essential-oils-book/. And for more about Marc David and The Institute for the Psychology of Eating, visit us at www.psychologyofeating.com. #psychologyofeating #foodpsychology #ericzielinski #aromatherapist #aromatherapy #biblicalhealth #essentialoils #naturalhealing #pharmaindustry #plantchemistry #biblicalhealth #abundantlife
In this episode, Melissa Maisenbacher, a genetic counselor and associate director of clinical projects with Natera, joins us to continue the conversation about the benefits of non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT). Melissa shares details on what conditions NIPTs typically screen for, including microdeletions, such as 22q11.2 deletion syndrome (22q11.2DS). She also highlights key 22q11.2DS findings from Natera's SMART study, the largest prospective NIPT study ever performed. Through her work with Natera, and as a board member of the International 22q Foundation, Melissa helps educate families about 22q11.2DS and connects parents to critical resources. One way she does this is through the annual 22q at the Zoo events which raise public awareness about the condition. Volunteers spread awareness at their local or regional zoo and distribute fact sheets to educate guests and zoo visitors about 22q11.2DS. Tune in to this episode to learn more about NIPT and 22q11.2DS from someone with first-hand experience. Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health
Today, mental health struggles impact us more than ever. Many of us turn to social media for help and information. Clinical psychologist Seth J. Gillihan, PhD, who specializes in mindfulness-based cognitive behavioral therapy, talks about the pros and cons of using social media, the harmful effects of consuming the wrong content, and the power of community.
This week, Danielle is joined by guest Vanessa Codorniu. Vanessa Codorniu, also known as the Biz Bruja, is a bilingual Latinx medicine woman, psychic medium, Clinical hypnotherapist, healing activist and Soul Biz Coach. As an Argentine-American, who started reading adults at 16, she now supports the next gen of Latinx and BIPOC healers. In this candid conversation, Danielle and Vanessa talk about relationships, the future of the spiritual community and following the universe's guide for your path. Throughout this episode you will learn: Vanessa's relationship journey and following the universe Vanessa's move from NYC to Pennsylvania and how it changed her Technology in the spiritual community The next wave of spirituality and where it's going Connect with Vanessa: https://www.instagram.com/thebizbruja/ www.thebizbruja.com Subscribe + add 5 stars if this episode resonated for you! For continued fun + magic, join our membership, The Cosmic Channel! Follow along! IG - @daniellemercurio #thedaniellemercurioshow www.daniellemercurio.com
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