In the wake of such comprehensive exploration and analysis around the foundational medical research cited time and time again regarding child and adolescent gender transition, the Dutch Protocol, we extended an invitation to Dr. Stephen Levine and Dr. Julia Mason to join us in a discussion about their most recent paper, co-authored together with Zhenya Abbruzzese in a thorough critique of the Dutch Protocol.Dr. Stephen B. Levine is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. He is the solo author of five books, all of which are concerned with love and sexuality. He has been teaching, providing clinical care, and writing since 1973 and has generated over 180 publications, 35 of which have been related to gender dysphoria. He and two colleagues received a lifetime achievement Masters and Johnson's Award from the Society for Sex Therapy and Research in March 2005. His recent publications on gender dysphoria have been read by thousands of people.Dr. Julia Mason is a pediatrician who started medical school in the Medical Scientist Training Program but emerged with a Master's degree in Nutritional Science rather than the planned PhD. This extended her medical education and kept her grounded in the scientific basis of medical care, which may have made her more likely to be skeptical of pediatric “affirmative gender care” when she saw it taking root in her hometown of Portland, Oregon. Julia is a founder and board member of SEGM, the Society for Evidence-based Gender Medicine. She is a full-time practicing pediatrician in Gresham Oregon, her gender work is extracurricular and entirely voluntary.Our conversation with Drs. Levine and Mason evolved into a pretty intense exploration of sexuality and the consequences that blocking an adolescent's puberty has on their developing sexuality. We explore why so many adolescents are consciously or subconsciously seeking to block their sexuality and seek, sometimes desperately, to avoid opportunities for experiencing natural sexual development. And what about the impact and consequences of easy access to extreme varieties of pornography? But most importantly, why are we robbing young people of the opportunity to develop their sexuality? This is the key question. The discovery and exploration of sexual desire are critically important for the adolescent experience. Puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones not only disrupt but eradicate the normative and positive experience of coming to grips with one's desires and sexual self.Please note that this conversation includes many topics explicit in nature, listener discretion is advised.Links:Co-Authored article with E. AbbruzzeseThe Myth of "Reliable Research" in Pediatric Gender Medicine: A critical evaluation of the Dutch Studies-and research that has followedhttps://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0092623X.2022.2150346Stephen Levin, MD's most recent published article with E. Abbruzzese:Current Concerns about Gender-Affirming Therapy in Adolescents https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11930-023-00358-xSelections of Julia Mason, MD's Published Workhttps://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0092623X.2022.2046221
Should anyone be eligible for medical assistance in dying? "Choosing Death: Assisted Dying, Assisted Suicide, Murder – Who Decides?" Should the power to decide be granted to everyone when it comes to medical assistance in dying? A recent Canadian survey sheds light on the attitudes towards euthanasia and assisted dying, revealing startling statistics. Poverty, homelessness, mental illness, and disability – these factors, according to the Canadian survey, justify access to euthanasia for a significant portion of the population. Shocking, but perhaps not surprising is that the younger generation, in particular, supports these views, with percentages reaching as high as 41% for reason of poverty, and 60% for being disabled. Death and dying have always been subjects that people tend to avoid discussing, but they demand our attention. Assisted dying, in particular, is a challenging and highly emotional topic that cannot be ignored. Each culture holds its own beliefs and attitudes towards the inevitable. Often, we are thrust into this discussion by circumstances – a close friend, a family member, or a beloved person falling severely ill, either gradually or suddenly. As Christians, it is crucial for us to engage in conversations about death. When is the right time to die? Some argue that doctors should have the authority to provide medical assistance in dying. In Canada, laws surrounding assisted dying are expanding to include various situations where individuals have the right to choose death, even without a terminal illness. However, should doctors, who are meant to heal, be asked to take lives? And what does Christianity have to say about this contentious issue? Is it our prerogative to determine the timing of our own death? Join Roger Bolton as he hosts this vital discussion, featuring UK-based Dr. Mark Pickering from the Christian Medical Fellowship and Canadian doctor Ellen Wiebe. Dr Mark Pickering is the Chief Executive of CMF (UK/Ireland). He is based in London where he also works as a secure environment GP (in prisons and similar institutions). He has a long term interest in bioethics and often speaks on behalf of the Care Not Killing Alliance. He has previously worked as a hospice junior doctor. Links: www.ourdutyofcare.org.uk; www.carenotkilling.org.uk; www.dyingwell.co.uk; www.cmf.org.uk Articles: Canada's home MAiD disaster? | CMF Blogs – by Dr Trevor Stammers People facing 'unjust' conditions have right to euthanasia: ethicists | National Post – recent Canadian article highlighting the issues of poverty and mental health that we discussed. https://nationalpost.com/news/canada/canada-medical-aid-in-dying Dr. Ellen Wiebe is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Family Practice at the University of British Columbia. After 30 years of full-service family practice, she now restricts her practice to women's health and assisted death. She is the Medical Director of Willow Women's Clinic in Vancouver and provides medical and surgical abortions and contraception. She developed Hemlock Aid to provide consultations for doctors and patients about aid in dying and provides assisted death. • Subscribe to the Unbelievable? podcast: https://pod.link/267142101 • More shows, free eBook & newsletter: https://premierunbelievable.com • For live events: http://www.unbelievable.live • For online learning: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/training • Support us in the USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow • Support us in the rest of the world: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/donate
The Diary Of A CEO by Steven Bartlett
Dr Waldinger is a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, and the fourth director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development. This is the longest every study of the same group of people over time, following 724 men for nearly 80 years. The study explores the factors that lead to healthy and happy lives. Robert is also the Founding Director of the Lifespan Research Foundation, which aims to implement the lessons learned from the Harvard Study in peoples work and personal life. His TED talk, “What makes a good life?” has been viewed over 40 million times. In this conversation Robert and Steven discuss topics, such as: What are the factors that make for a good life The impacts that money and success have on a happy life Why relationships are the most important factor for long term health and wellbeing Why we should reexamine the value we place on relationships How modern society gets in the way of connection You can purchase Robert's new book ‘The Good Life: Lessons from the World's Longest Study on Happiness', here: https://bit.ly/3BiYSPW Follow: Twitter: https://bit.ly/44KaLfD Watch the episodes on Youtube - https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb Follow: Instagram: http://bit.ly/3nIkGAZ Twitter: http://bit.ly/3ztHuHm Linkedin: https://bit.ly/41Fl95Q Telegram: http://bit.ly/3nJYxST Sponsors: Bluejeans: https://g2ul0.app.link/NCgpGjVNKsb Huel: https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb
Today, 10MM working mothers in the U.S. alone are suffering from burnout, and in silence. In 2019, the World Health Organization officially included burnout as an occupational syndrome and an estimated that 1 in 3 people are affected by work-related stress, making it a significant health concern. What is going on?Burnout is a pervasive issue affecting more people today than ever before due to a combination of factors such as intense work culture, our "always-on" digital connectivity, uncertainty about the world and economic affairs, heighten stress, and lack of self-care. Dr. Oma Agbai, a Board-Certified Dermatologist, a Clinical Professor of Dermatology and Director of Multicultural Dermatology and Hair Loss Disorders at UC Davis, and Tedx Speaker, shares her personal story of how she overcame burnout by connecting with her higher purpose and implementing her three-step system. She passionately states that aligning with our highest purpose can be the antidote to burnout. Listen to the full episode to discover the early signs of burnout and the 3 step system to prevent and overcome it, and even achieve your own breakthrough moment. Connect with Dr Oma Agbai here and you can follow her on Instagram here. Don't forget to follow P.S. Younger Self on Instagram here. And, you can find the host Chris Oh on Instagram here.
This episode features Patrice Callagy, Director of Emergency Medicine at Stanford Hospital and Clinics & Dr. Sam Shen, Vice Chair of Clinical Operations & Quality and Clinical Professor in the Dept of Emergency Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine Dept of Emergency Medicine. Here, they discuss their background & current responsibilities at Stanford, innovation opportunities they are excited about, where they see the best opportunities for growth in the future, and more.Want to network with peers and hear more conversations like this? Apply to be one of our complimentary guest reviewers at our upcoming HIT + Digital Health + RCM Meeting Oct, 3-6 2023 here.
This episode features Patrice Callagy, Director of Emergency Medicine at Stanford Hospital and Clinics & Dr. Sam Shen, Vice Chair of Clinical Operations & Quality and Clinical Professor in the Dept of Emergency Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine Dept of Emergency Medicine. Here, they discuss their background & current responsibilities at Stanford, innovation opportunities they are excited about, where they see the best opportunities for growth in the future, and more.Want to network with peers and hear more conversations like this? Apply to be one of our complimentary guest reviewers at our upcoming HIT + Digital Health + RCM Meeting Oct, 3-6 2023 here.
Episode 71 about Flap-based options in Breast Reconstruction is Part 2 of our mini-series. What are flaps, anyway? Previous episode 70 discussed Implant reconstructions, and again you can refer back to Episode 21 for an overview of all of Breast Reconstruction. But today we have the pioneer of the DIEP flap, Dr. Robert Allen, who is Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery at LSU, among other positions, and practices in New Orleans, Charleston, and New York City. He shares his extensive experience in using one's own body tissues to make a new breast after cancer. Listen to his explanation of current options, and he has a couple of great patient stories too!
0:00 - Dan & Amy discuss FOX's Ben Hall interview with Anthony Blinken who had curious things to say about Hunter Biden's laptop and the US exit from Sudan 14:11 - Dan & Amy with updates on the segregated Evanston Township HS AP Calculus classes 30:47 - Part II of Lightfoot's exit interview 51:02 - Make sure you read the fine print before sending your kids to summer camp in Woke America '23 01:09:04 - Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and Contributing Editor to City Journal, Kay Hymowitz, on coming of age in America and the The Transgender Children's Crusade. Check out Kay's most recent book Manning Up: How the Rise of Women Has Turned Men into Boys 01:27:24 - President at Wirepoints, Ted Dabrowski, breaks down the numbers on the out-migration from Illinois, which shows an alarming rate of young people leaving the state. Get Ted's latest wirepoints.org 01:43:08 - Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Securities Law Clinic at Cornell Law School, William Jacobson, joins Dan & Amy for a discussion on ethics and the Supreme Court. Professor Jacobson is also founder of LegalInsurection.com and president of the Legal Insurrection Foundation 01:57:12 - New York Post Columnist Michael Goodwin: Bidens' corrupt web unraveling before our eyes. Get Michael Goodwin's latest for the NYP here See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Host: Andrew Wilner, MD, Author of "The Locum Life: A Physician's Guide to Locum Tenens" Guest: Ronald Pies, MD Does psychiatry want to become almost exclusively focused on biology and medication? We'll hear Dr. Pies' perspective on psychiatry as he speaks about his book, titled Psychiatry at the Crossroads: Can Psychiatry Find the Path to a Truly Humanistic Science? Tune in with Dr. Andrew Wilner and Dr. Ronald Pies, Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry at State University of New York Upstate Medical University and a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Tufts University School of Medicine.
Clinical Professor of Medicine Dr. Marc Siegel joins the show to discuss why in the world people are still running around with masks on. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Decode Your Burnout (formerly Optimize Your Life)
Welcome to Decode Your Burnout! In this episode, we're joined by Dan Lieberman, a distinguished psychologist and author, to explore the role of dopamine in our motivation and sense of reward, and how it impacts our well-being. Dopamine is often associated with pleasure and reward, but Lieberman debunks the common myths surrounding this neurotransmitter and explains how it can contribute to burnout. By understanding the role of dopamine in our brain's reward system, we can develop effective strategies to prevent burnout and improve our self-care routine. Our discussion covers a range of topics, including: - The difference between pain and suffering - The desire circuit versus the control circuit, and - The importance of mental time travel and dream incubation. Lieberman also provides insights on how to manage dopamine levels and come out of dopamine-induced burnout. Additionally, we explore the value of criticism and how we can reframe negative feedback to our advantage. By cultivating a growth mindset and learning from our mistakes, we can enhance our sense of reward and motivation. Tune in to this episode of Decode Your Burnout to learn practical strategies for preventing burnout and enhancing your well-being. Join us as we explore the complex interplay between dopamine, motivation, and self-care! About Dan: Dr. Dan Lieberman is a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at George Washington University and the Senior Vice President for Mental Health at Hims & Hers. He has authored the international bestseller The Molecule of More, which has been translated into over 20 languages, and the recently published Spellbound: Modern Science, Ancient Magic, and the Hidden Potential of the Unconscious Mind. Resources: 1) The Molecule of More: How a Single Chemical in Your Brain Drives Love, Sex, and Creativity―and Will Determine the Fate of the Human Race https://a.co/d/hLYq4AJ 2) Sign up for a free Breakthrough Session with Dr. Sharon: http://www.bookachatwithsharon.com 3) Take the first step to decode your burnout: http://decodeyourburnout.com
This piece is a question and answer session, it's divided into two parts, this is part two. Following on from our previous podcasts, https://topmedtalk.libsyn.com/a-patients-perioperative-perspective-ebpom-world-congress / https://topmedtalk.libsyn.com/essential-update-the-center-for-perioperative-care-ebpom-world-congress / https://topmedtalk.libsyn.com/whats-new-in-education-and-training-in-perioperative-care-ebpom-world-congress this discussion is an invaluable and at points frank examination of perioperative care. What does it look like when ‘the rubber meets the road'? Hosted by Dave Selwyn, Deputy Medical Director at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust and Director of The Centre for Perioperative Care (CPOC) and Mike Grocott, Professor of Anaesthesia and critical care at the University of Southampton. We join them as questions from the online audience are answered by the panel, which includes; Patient Advocate - Lawrence Mudford, enjoyed a 38-year healthcare career working as a dentist and dental educator within both primary and secondary care, Steven Evans, Center for Perioperative Care (CPOC) Fellow and anaesthetic trainee (ST7), Sophie Randall, Director of the Patient Information Forum and Scarlett McNally, Deputy Director for CPOC and honoree, Clinical Professor at Brighton and Sussex medical school and consultant orthopedic surgeon in East Sussex.
The Everyday Warrior Hosted By Mike Sarraille
This week's guests: - Dr. Kirk Parsley, M.D.: Kirk has worked with elite performers and the SOF community on all aspects of performance and resilience since 2009. He was our Medical Research team lead in the Triple 7 expedition and helped the jumpers prepare physically and mentally also helped them manipulate their sleep schedule for improved performance and stress mitigation and - John Welbourn: John is a former American football offensive tackle and guard and the creator and operator of Power Athlete HQ. This performance-based programming transforms athletic potential into real-world results. - Sean Apperson: Sean is the President of Archetype Boxing, a Silver Certified USA Boxing Coach, a lifelong Mixed Martial Artist, and Paragon Academy Owner and Operator for 13 years. Sean's goal with Archetype is to help the students leave their comfort zone, take new risks, and slowly grow into a stronger version of themselves. And special guest: - Dr. Christopher Frueh: Chris is a clinical psychologist, Professor of Psychology at the University of Hawaii, and Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, at the University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, TX. He has thirty years of professional experience working with military veterans and active-duty personnel. Hosted by Mike Sarraille
In this special episode of The Money Movement, guest host Dante Disparte, Circle's Chief Strategy Officer and Head of Global Policy, joins Dr. Richard Berner, Clinical Professor of Management Practice in the Department of Finance at NYU Stern School of Business, to discuss digital assets regulation. Dr. Berner is the co-author of an important new research paper published by the Bretton Woods Committee, “Addressing Governance Issues in the Crypto Ecosystem.”
0:00 - CDP under investigation for possibly ignoring an assault on Wabash Ave last Saturday. Good Samaritan, Lenora Dennis says several cop cars just drove by and did not help the couple. That is the reason why she took matters into her own hand 13:14 - Dan & Amy take reaction to the CPD investigation and the "riot" from last Saturday. Callers include some of our retired CPD listeners 32:42 - Dan & Amy react to Don Lemon's interview with Vivek Ramaswamy 52:41 - Dan & Amy respond to the TN 3 getting an invite to the White House but not Covenant School families 01:11:19 - Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Securities Law Clinic at Cornell Law School, William Jacobson, weighs in on the Dominion v FOX settlement also Hunter Biden and the IRS whistleblower. Professor Jacobson is also founder of LeagalInsurection.com and president of the Legal Insurrection Foundation 01:28:22 - John Stossel, host and creator of Stossel TV: The Media and Politicians Keep Trying To Censor Things That Turn Out To Be True. John releases a new video every Tuesday available at JohnStossel.com 01:44:20 - Paulson Policy Analyst at the Manhattan Institute, Jordan McGillis, asks Can Chicago Survive Brandon Johnson? and the forthcoming Urban Doom Loop 02:00:25 - Senior Fellow at the Pepperdine University School of Public Policy and former chief executive officer of CKE Restaurants, Andy Puzder, has a plan for The Biden Economy and How It Could Be Fixed Andy is also the author of Getting America Back to Work and It's Time to Let America Work See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this special edition of the PRS Global Open Keynotes Podcast, Dr. Jeffrey Janis and Dr. Rod Rohrich commemorate the 10th Anniversary of PRS Global Open by discussing the past, present and future of the leading open access plastic surgery journal. Dr. Janis is a Professor of Plastic Surgery at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Centre and Editor-in-Chief of PRS Global Open. Dr. Rohrich is in private practice at Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute, a Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery at the Baylor College of Medicine, and the founding Editor-in-Chief of PRS Global Open. Your host, Dr. Damian Marucci, is a board-certified plastic surgeon and Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Sydney in Australia. #PRSGlobalOpen #KeynotesPodcast #PlasticSurgery
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Monday, April 17, 20234:20 pm: John Daniel Davidson, Senior Correspondent at The Federalist joins Rod to discuss what benefit, or lack thereof, the American people are receiving for the $80 billion given to Ukraine to help fund the war against Russia.4:38 pm: Mark Hemingway, Book Editor for The Federalist, joins Rod for a conversation about his piece on why teen employment is not child exploitation.6:05 pm: Evita Duffy of The Federalist joins Rod today to discuss her piece about a free new notification system called “Woke Alerts” that informs users when a company promotes the radical, left-wing agenda.6:20 pm: Mike Squires, Government Affairs Director for the Utah Association of Municipal Power Systems joins the show to discuss his recent op-ed piece in the Deseret News about why it's time to invest in nuclear energy.6:38 pm: Stanley Ridgley, a Clinical Professor of Management at Drexel University join the show to discuss his book “Brutal Minds: The Dark World of Left-Wing Brainwashing in Our Universities,” which acts as a guide for students to resist the indoctrination attempted by universities.
Following on from our previous podcasts, https://topmedtalk.libsyn.com/a-patients-perioperative-perspective-ebpom-world-congress / https://topmedtalk.libsyn.com/essential-update-the-center-for-perioperative-care-ebpom-world-congress / https://topmedtalk.libsyn.com/whats-new-in-education-and-training-in-perioperative-care-ebpom-world-congress this discussion is an invaluable and at points frank examination of perioperative care. What does it look like when ‘the rubber meets the road'? Hosted by Dave Selwyn, Deputy Medical Director at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust and Director of The Centre for Perioperative Care (CPOC) and Mike Grocott, Professor of Anaesthesia and critical care at the University of Southampton. We join them as questions from the online audience are answered by the panel, which includes; Patient Advocate - Lawrence Mudford, enjoyed a 38-year healthcare career working as a dentist and dental educator within both primary and secondary care, Steven Evans, Center for Perioperative Care (CPOC) Fellow and anaesthetic trainee (ST7), Sophie Randall, Director of the Patient Information Forum and Scarlett McNally, Deputy Director for CPOC and honoree, Clinical Professor at Brighton and Sussex medical school and consultant orthopedic surgeon in East Sussex.
This week on Breaking Battlegrounds, former state senator Michelle Ugenti-Rita fills in for Chuck. She and Sam are joined by Dr. Greg Autry, a Clinical Professor of Space Leadership, Policy and Business in the Thunderbird School of Global Management and an Affiliate Professor with the Interplanetary Initiative at Arizona State University. Later in the show, Dan McLaughlin returns to give us an update on the Trump indictment. -Dr. Greg Autry is a Clinical Professor of Space Leadership, Policy and Business in the Thunderbird School of Global Management and an Affiliate Professor with the Interplanetary Initiative at Arizona State University. He also holds an appointment as Visiting Professor with the Institute for Security Science and Technology at Imperial College London. He has consulted on a series of AI and space tech videos for the University of Oxford. He previously taught technology entrepreneurship at the University of Southern California, strategy, macroeconomics at the University of California at Irvine, and space entrepreneurship in an International Space University program at the Florida Institute of Technology. Dr. Autry served on the 2016 NASA Agency Review Team and as the White House Liaison at NASA in 2017. He was nominated by the president to serve as Chief Financial Officer of NASA in 2020. Dr. Autry also served as Chair of the Safety Working Group on the Commercial Space Transportation Advisory Committee (COMSTAC) at the FAA. He is currently the Vice President for Space Development of the National Space Society. He has testified to the U.S. House of Representatives, the U.S. Senate, and presented at the Canadian Parliament.His writings have been published in major news outlets including Foreign Policy, the San Francisco Chronicle, Los Angeles Times, Washington Times, Wall Street Journal and Space News. Dr. Autry has appeared frequently in major media outlets including the BBC, CNN and NPR. He has published several business case studies set in the commercial space sector available at Harvard Business School Publishing. He is the author of The New Entrepreneurial Dynamic(Flatworld 2022) and Death by China (Pearson 2011). He serves on the editorial review boards of: The New Space Journal and The Journal Space Safety Engineering.Dr. Autry started his career as a software and network engineer and has founded and managed several businesses in the technology sector. Dr. Autry holds a BA from California Polytechnic University at Pomona and an MBA and PhD from the Merage School of Business at the University of California, Irvine.-Dan McLaughlin is a senior writer at National Review Online and a fellow at National Review Institute. He was formerly an attorney practicing securities and commercial litigation in New York City, a contributing editor of RedState, columnist at the Federalist and the New Ledger, a baseball blogger at BaseballCrank.com, BostonSportsGuy.com, the Providence Journal Online, and a contributor to the Command Post. His writings on politics, baseball, and law have appeared in numerous other newspapers, magazines, websites, and legal journals.-Connect with us:www.breakingbattlegrounds.voteTwitter: www.twitter.com/Breaking_BattleFacebook: www.facebook.com/breakingbattlegroundsInstagram: www.instagram.com/breakingbattlegroundsLinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/breakingbattlegrounds This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit breakingbattlegrounds.substack.com
What is the difference between the brain and the mind? When you make a big decision, do you listen to your mind, your heart, or your gut? Why do we ignore our gut instincts—our intuition and trust our mind only to find ourselves exactly where our gut told us we would end up with? Why do we do that? Well, if you want to have a better understanding of the differences between the brain, mind, consciousness, empathy, integration, and compassion, then this is the episode for you! About Dr. Daniel Siegel Dr. Siegel is a Clinical Professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine and the founding co-director of the Mindful Awareness Research Centre at UCLA. An award-winning educator, he is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and recipient of several honorary fellowships. Dr. Siegel has published extensively for both professional and lay audiences. With 5 New York Times bestsellers and now with his latest book IntraConnected: Mwe (me = We) as the Integration of Self, Identity and Belonging, exploring the nature of how our experience of what we call “self” emerges across the lifespan. Dr. Siegel's unique ability to make complicated scientific concepts exciting and accessible has led him to be invited to address diverse local, national, and international groups, including mental health professionals, neuroscientists, corporate leaders, educators, parents, public administrators, healthcare providers, policymakers, mediators, judges, and clergy. He has lectured for the King of Thailand, Pope John Paul II, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Google University, and London's Royal Society of Arts (RSA). He lives in Southern California with his family. You can watch the video of this interview on YouTube Find Out More About Dr. Dan Siegel Visit Dr. Dan's Website Visit the Mindsight Institute's Website Connect with Dr. Siegel on Facebook Follow Dr. Dan Siegel on Instagram @drdansiegel Grab a Copy of Dr. Dan's New Book: IntraConnected: MWe (Me + We) as the Integration of Self, Identity, and Belonging Exploring the nature of how our experience of what we call “self” emerges across the lifespan. Both a personal and general meditation on identity and belonging, Daniel J. Siegel's book combines personal reflections with scientific discussions of how the mind, brain, and our relationships shape who we are. Weaving the internal and external, the subjective and objective, IntraConnected reveals how our culture may give us a message of separation as a solo, isolated self, but a wider perspective unveils that who we are may be something more—broader than the brain, bigger even than the body—and fundamental to social systems and the natural world. Our body-based self—the origin of a Me—is not only connected to others but connected within our relational worlds themselves—a WE—forming the essence of how we belong and our identity. If the pandemic has taught us nothing else, it has taught us that we are all connected. IntraConnected discusses that bond, as well as other realities of our intraconnected lives. Read More About the Book Here It's now time to tune into this one super amazing human being! Enjoy!
WW International CEO Sima Sistani discusses the company, previously known as WeightWatchers, buying telehealth provider Sequence that will help it access the growing market for new obesity drugs. Dr. Ian Lustbader, Clinical Professor of Medicine at NYU Langone, shares his thoughts on long Covid and the dangers of Fentanyl. Julie Yoakum, President at Helzberg Diamonds, talks about sustainability and ethical sourcing of diamonds. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Businessweek Special Projects Editor Reyhan Harmanci provide the details of Reyhan's Businessweek story Smallest Bank in US Is So Small It's a Struggle Just to Survive. And We Drive to the Close with Hilary Kramer, CIO at Kramer Capital Research. Hosts: Carol Massar and Madison Mills. Producer: Paul Brennan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This is a special episode, Print Friends. It was recorded while Miranda was in residence at the Institute for Electronic Arts at Alfred University. This is the second in a three-part deep dive into the Institute through the artists who teach at the university and an exploration into the ways in which technology intersects with contemporary printmaking. This week Miranda speaks with Kathy Vajda, an artist and Clinical Professor of Art in the School of Art and Design. They talk about her practice for the last decade of painstakingly creating hand-formed sculptures of snow and ice and the process of documenting them, how her MFA in printmaking evolved into this practice, what it is like to have a practice so reliant on the weather, and how she's been forced to adapt as our winters get warmer. Kathy's Website: http://www.kathrynvajda.com/ YOUTUBE www.youtube.com/channel/UCOMIT3guY5PjHj1M7GApouw MERCH www.teepublic.com/user/helloprintfriend WEBSITE www.helloprintfriend.com Instagram www.instagram.com/helloprintfriend ✨patreon✨ www.patreon.com/helloprintfriend Our sponsor, Speedball www.speedballart.com Our sponsor, McClains www.imcclains.com
The following question refers to Section 10.1 of the 2022 AHA/ACC/HFSA Guideline for the Management of Heart Failure. The question is asked by Western Michigan University medical student and CardioNerds Intern Shivani Reddy, answered first by Boston University cardiology fellow and CardioNerds Ambassador Dr. Alex Pipilas, and then by expert faculty Dr. Ileana Pina.Dr. Pina is Professor of Medicine and Quality Officer for the Cardiovascular Line at Thomas Jefferson University, Clinical Professor at Central Michigan University, and Adjunct Professor of Biostats and Epidemiology at Case Western University. She serves as Senior Fellow and Medical Officer at the Food and Drug Administration's Center for Devices and Radiological Health.The Decipher the Guidelines: 2022 AHA / ACC / HFSA Guideline for The Management of Heart Failure series was developed by the CardioNerds and created in collaboration with the American Heart Association and the Heart Failure Society of America. It was created by 30 trainees spanning college through advanced fellowship under the leadership of CardioNerds Cofounders Dr. Amit Goyal and Dr. Dan Ambinder, with mentorship from Dr. Anu Lala, Dr. Robert Mentz, and Dr. Nancy Sweitzer. We thank Dr. Judy Bezanson and Dr. Elliott Antman for tremendous guidance.Enjoy this Circulation 2022 Paths to Discovery article to learn about the CardioNerds story, mission, and values. Question #15 Mrs. Framingham is a 65-year-old woman who presents to her cardiologist's office for stable angina and worsening dyspnea on minimal exertion. She has a history of non-insulin dependent type 2 diabetes mellitus and hypertension. She is taking metformin, linagliptin, lisinopril, and amlodipine. Blood pressure is 119/70 mmHg. Labs are notable for a hemoglobin of 14.2 mg/dL, iron of 18 mcg/dL, ferritin 150 ug/L, transferrin saturation 15%, and normal creatine kinase. An echocardiogram shows reduced left ventricular ejection fraction of 25%. Coronary angiography shows obstructive lesions involving the proximal left anterior descending, left circumflex, and right coronary arteries. In addition to optimizing GDMT, which of the following are recommendations for changes in management? A Anticoagulation, percutaneous revascularization, and IV iron B A change in her diabetic regimen, percutaneous revascularization, and PO iron C A change in her diabetic regimen, surgical revascularization, and IV iron D A change in her diabetic regimen, medical treatment alone for CAD, and PO iron E Anticoagulation and surgical revascularization Answer #15 Explanation The correct answer is C – a change in her diabetic regimen, surgical treatment and IV iron. Multimorbidity is common in patients with heart failure. More than 85% of patients with HF also have at least 2 additional chronic conditions, of which the most common are hypertension, ischemic heart disease, diabetes, anemia, chronic kidney disease, morbid obesity, frailty, and malnutrition. These conditions can markedly impact patients' tolerance to GDMT and can inform prognosis. Not only was Mrs. F found with HFrEF (most likely due to ischemic cardiomyopathy), but she also suffers from severe multi-vessel coronary artery disease, hypertension, and non-insulin dependent type 2 diabetes mellitus. In addition to starting optimized GDMT for HF, specific comorbidities in the heart failure patient warrant specific treatment strategies. Mrs. Framingham would benefit from a change in her diabetic regimen, namely switching from linagliptin to an SGLT2 inhibitor (e.g., empagliflozin, dapagliflozin). In patients with HF and type 2 diabetes, the use of SGLT2i is recommended for the management of hyperglycemia and to reduce HF related morbidity and mortality (Class 1, LOE A). Furthermore, as she has diabetes, symptomatic severe multi-vessel CAD, and LVEF≤35%,
Welcome to Episode 146 of Autism Parenting Secrets. Our guest this week is Dr. Lynn Kern Koegel, a Clinical Professor at the Stanford School of Medicine and the Editor in Chief of the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. She's developed programs that improve communication in children with autism, including the development of first words, grammatical structures, pragmatics, and social conversation. She has also developed and published procedures and field manuals used in school districts and by parents throughout the United States and abroad.Dr. Lynn is the author of Overcoming Autism and Growing Up on the Spectrum.Her most recent book, Hidden Brilliance focuses on how often kids and young adults on the autism spectrum are misunderstood and misjudged. The Secret This Week is…Yes, Your Child IS Brilliant!You'll Discover:Why Standardized Tests Are So Lacking (3:47)The Wrong Thing To Focus On (8:27)Why “Child Choice” Is So Important (11:26)Want You Want To Make More Opportunities For (22:07)The Type of Questions To Focus On (28:41)Why It Needs To Be Fun and Functional (33:36)A Must-Do For An IEP Meeting (37:36)Tips To Improve Peer Interaction (41:36)About Our Guest:Dr. Lynn Kern Koegel, a Clinical Professor at the Stanford School of Medicine and the Editor in Chief of the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. She has been active in the development of programs to improve communication in children with autism, including the development of first words, grammatical structures, pragmatics, and social conversation. In addition to her published books and articles in the area of communication and language development, she has developed and published procedures and field manuals in the area of first words, initiations, self-management and functional analysis that are used in school districts and by parents throughout the United States, as well as translated in other major languages. Dr. Lynn Koegel is the author of Overcoming Autism and Growing Up on the Spectrum, published by Viking/Penguin and most recently Hidden Brilliance, published by Harper Wave with parent Claire LaZebnik. Lynn Koegel and her husband, Robert, are the developers of Pivotal Response Treatment which focuses on motivation. The Koegels have been the recipients of many awards, including the first annual Children's Television Workshop Sesame Street Award for “Brightening the Lives of Children”, the first annual Autism Speaks award for “Science and Research”, and the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) award for Enduring Programmatic Contributions in Behavior Analysis. Dr. Lynn Koegel appeared on ABC's hit show “Supernanny” working with a child with autism. Their work has also been showcased on ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, and the Discovery Channel. References in The Episode:Hidden Brilliance by Dr. Lynn Kern Koegel and Claire LaZebnikKoegel Autism CenterAdditional Resources:Take The Quiz: What's YOUR Top Autism Parenting Blindspot?To learn more about Cass & Len, visit us at www.autismparentingsecrets.comBe sure to follow Cass & Len on InstagramIf you enjoyed this episode, share it with your friends.
In his 15th year at NYU, David Hollander is Assistant Dean of Real World and Clinical Professor with the Preston Robert Tisch Institute for Global Sport. One of NYU's most popular professors, Hollander is the recipient of NYU's highest faculty honor, 2019 NYU Distinguished Teaching Award. He's also been recognized with highest NYU School of Professional Studies Honors: Award for Teaching Excellence (2018, 2012) and Award for Outstanding Service (2021, 2016) (only full-time faculty to win either award twice). Hollander's signature innovative experiential program Real World is one of the hottest programs at NYU, partnering with 45 A-list organizations like Nike, Porsche, JetBlue, Ace Hotel, Samsung. Axios called Real World "the future" of higher education. His only-of-its-kind humanities course "How Basketball Can Save the World" received international media attention including features from CBS News, SLAM, The Associated Press, The Washington Post and The New York Times. On Good Friday, April 12, 2022, major Italian media – la Repubblica, Corriere della Serra – credited Hollander and his class for helping sway the Vatican to recognize the first-ever Patron Saint of Basketball! For his extraordinary efforts in that cause, Hollander was awarded a “key to the city” by the Mayor of Porretta Terme.
Vaccine reluctance and refusal are no longer limited to the margins of society. Debates around vaccines' necessity -- along with questions around their side effects -- have gone mainstream, blending with geopolitical conflicts, political campaigns, celebrity causes, and "natural" lifestyles to win a growing number of hearts and minds. Today's anti-vaccine positions find audiences where they've never existed previously. Stuck: How Vaccine Rumors Start--and Why They Don't Go Away (Oxford UP, 2020) examines how the issues surrounding vaccine hesitancy are, more than anything, about people feeling left out of the conversation. A new dialogue is long overdue, one that addresses the many types of vaccine hesitancy and the social factors that perpetuate them. To do this, Stuck provides a clear-eyed examination of the social vectors that transmit vaccine rumors, their manifestations around the globe, and how these individual threads are all connected. Heidi J. Larson, PhD, is Professor of Anthropology, Risk and Decision Science and is the Founding Director of the Vaccine Confidence Project at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. She is also Clinical Professor of Health Metrics Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, USA, and Guest Professor at the University of Antwerp, Belgium. Morteza Hajizadeh is a Ph.D. graduate in English from the University of Auckland in New Zealand. His research interests are Cultural Studies; Critical Theory; Environmental History; Medieval (Intellectual) History; Gothic Studies; 18th and 19th Century British Literature. YouTube channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/medicine
Vaccine reluctance and refusal are no longer limited to the margins of society. Debates around vaccines' necessity -- along with questions around their side effects -- have gone mainstream, blending with geopolitical conflicts, political campaigns, celebrity causes, and "natural" lifestyles to win a growing number of hearts and minds. Today's anti-vaccine positions find audiences where they've never existed previously. Stuck: How Vaccine Rumors Start--and Why They Don't Go Away (Oxford UP, 2020) examines how the issues surrounding vaccine hesitancy are, more than anything, about people feeling left out of the conversation. A new dialogue is long overdue, one that addresses the many types of vaccine hesitancy and the social factors that perpetuate them. To do this, Stuck provides a clear-eyed examination of the social vectors that transmit vaccine rumors, their manifestations around the globe, and how these individual threads are all connected. Heidi J. Larson, PhD, is Professor of Anthropology, Risk and Decision Science and is the Founding Director of the Vaccine Confidence Project at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. She is also Clinical Professor of Health Metrics Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, USA, and Guest Professor at the University of Antwerp, Belgium. Morteza Hajizadeh is a Ph.D. graduate in English from the University of Auckland in New Zealand. His research interests are Cultural Studies; Critical Theory; Environmental History; Medieval (Intellectual) History; Gothic Studies; 18th and 19th Century British Literature. YouTube channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology
Vaccine reluctance and refusal are no longer limited to the margins of society. Debates around vaccines' necessity -- along with questions around their side effects -- have gone mainstream, blending with geopolitical conflicts, political campaigns, celebrity causes, and "natural" lifestyles to win a growing number of hearts and minds. Today's anti-vaccine positions find audiences where they've never existed previously. Stuck: How Vaccine Rumors Start--and Why They Don't Go Away (Oxford UP, 2020) examines how the issues surrounding vaccine hesitancy are, more than anything, about people feeling left out of the conversation. A new dialogue is long overdue, one that addresses the many types of vaccine hesitancy and the social factors that perpetuate them. To do this, Stuck provides a clear-eyed examination of the social vectors that transmit vaccine rumors, their manifestations around the globe, and how these individual threads are all connected. Heidi J. Larson, PhD, is Professor of Anthropology, Risk and Decision Science and is the Founding Director of the Vaccine Confidence Project at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. She is also Clinical Professor of Health Metrics Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, USA, and Guest Professor at the University of Antwerp, Belgium. Morteza Hajizadeh is a Ph.D. graduate in English from the University of Auckland in New Zealand. His research interests are Cultural Studies; Critical Theory; Environmental History; Medieval (Intellectual) History; Gothic Studies; 18th and 19th Century British Literature. YouTube channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology
Vaccine reluctance and refusal are no longer limited to the margins of society. Debates around vaccines' necessity -- along with questions around their side effects -- have gone mainstream, blending with geopolitical conflicts, political campaigns, celebrity causes, and "natural" lifestyles to win a growing number of hearts and minds. Today's anti-vaccine positions find audiences where they've never existed previously. Stuck: How Vaccine Rumors Start--and Why They Don't Go Away (Oxford UP, 2020) examines how the issues surrounding vaccine hesitancy are, more than anything, about people feeling left out of the conversation. A new dialogue is long overdue, one that addresses the many types of vaccine hesitancy and the social factors that perpetuate them. To do this, Stuck provides a clear-eyed examination of the social vectors that transmit vaccine rumors, their manifestations around the globe, and how these individual threads are all connected. Heidi J. Larson, PhD, is Professor of Anthropology, Risk and Decision Science and is the Founding Director of the Vaccine Confidence Project at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. She is also Clinical Professor of Health Metrics Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, USA, and Guest Professor at the University of Antwerp, Belgium. Morteza Hajizadeh is a Ph.D. graduate in English from the University of Auckland in New Zealand. His research interests are Cultural Studies; Critical Theory; Environmental History; Medieval (Intellectual) History; Gothic Studies; 18th and 19th Century British Literature. YouTube channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Today's conversation is all about getting that raise that you deserve! We're joined by Alex Carter who is a Clinical Professor of Law and the Director of the Mediation Clinic at Columbia Law School. She is also a leading trainer on negotiation and mediation for many from the private and public sectors, including the United Nations, U.S. courts and federal agencies, and private corporations such as Bloomberg, Amazon, and Microsoft. So that means Alex is more than qualified to have written the book, Ask for More: Ten Questions to Negotiate Anything. Listen and learn why negotiating isn't adversarial in nature, overcoming fear and anxiety when discussing pay, why asking questions is better than arguing, tangible and intangible benefits you can fight for, the best time to negotiate a severance package, and so much more during this invaluable conversation with Alex! Want more How To Money in your life? Here are some additional ways to get ahead with your personal finances: Knowing your ‘money gear' is a crucial part of your personal finance journey. Start here. Sign up for the weekly HTM newsletter. It's fun, free, & practical. Join a thriving community of fellow money in the HTM Facebook group. Find the best credit card for you with our new credit card tool! Massively reduce your cell phone bill each month by switching to a discount provider like Mint Mobile. During this episode we enjoyed a Didjits by Burnt Hickory- a big thanks to Kara for donating this one to the podcast! And please help us to spread the word by letting friends and family know about How to Money! Hit the share button, subscribe if you're not already a regular listener, and give us a quick review in Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Help us to change the conversation around personal finance and get more people doing smart things with their money! Best friends out!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colin O'Gara, Head of Addiction Services, St John of God Hospital and Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at UCD
Thoughts on Record: Podcast of the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
At the moment there is no more talked about neurotransmitter than dopamine. Our collective obsession with dopamine has led to a huge amount of content generated around so-called “dopamine fasts”, how to leverage dopamine for motivation, worries about dopamine-driven addiction to devices, pornography, food etc. In addition, there is a tremendous amount of confusion and misunderstanding around what dopamine actually does within the brain, especially with respect to the experience of pleasure. Professor, psychiatrist and author, Dr. Daniel Z. Lieberman, joins us for a discussion of the major themes explored in his and Michale E. Long's book, The Molecule of More. In this conversation we cover: why Dr. Lieberman wanted to write this bookwhat dopamine is, its function in the brain and the structures that regulate its functiona comparison of the dopamine system with neurotransmitter systems that are thought to be more related to "here and now" psychological experiences (e.g., serotonin, oxytocin, endorphins etc.)the neurobiology & genetics of “dopamine-driven” personalities vs. more “here and now” personalities/temperaments and the benefit of having a diversity of personalities in society, the workplace, a relationship etc. how the information and/or goals pointed to by dopamine can be integrated into one's values to generate actionable wisdom, especially around long-term goals the connection between dopamine and mental disorders with a special focus on ADHD, including the effective treatment of ADHD with compounds that promote the release of dopamine within the brainthe potential for our society to create challenges with attention & concentration given the infinite potential for dopamine-driven distractionhow we can learn to be a responsible steward of our dopamine system in a world where there is increasingly unlimited access to food, sex, pornography, information, news, visual stimulation (YouTube, TikTok etc.)how to create a sense of future & achievement without falling prey to immediate gratificationDr. Lieberman's view of so-called "dopamine fasting" and his own self-compassionate journey with respect to managing various pulls related to dopamine whether “healthy” psychological processes can become addictions through the lens of dopamine (e.g., entrepreneurship, starting companies, forming/beginning relationships)the fascinating relationship between testosterone & dopamine Bio: Daniel Z. Lieberman, MD is a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at George Washington University, where he has earned awards for both teaching and research. He studied the Great Books at St. John's College and attended medical school at New York University. He is the coauthor of the international bestseller The Molecule of More, which has been translated into 20 languages, and the author of the recently published, Spellbound: Modern Science, Ancient Magic, and the Hidden Potential of the Unconscious Mind. Dr. Lieberman has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals and leading psychiatric textbooks, and has provided insight on psychiatric topics for the US Department of Health and Human Services, the US Department of Commerce, and the Office of Drug and Alcohol Policy.https://www.danielzlieberman.com
Psychoanalysis On and Off the Couch
“A child [patient] makes a mistake, upsets things - one doesn't console or complain, but just reflects whatever the patient's affect was at that moment, such as, ‘that seems to bother you' or ‘it's hard to put those two pieces together'- to just observe it, to not have an affective response of disgust or irritation. The same thing is true if a patient comes in bragging or talking about something that made them very proud - to acknowledge their being proud but to not get all excited. The kind of things that often these children who have a lot of difficulty due to parents' narcissistic investment in them, and we're all narcissistically invested in our kids - they have a lot of trouble knowing what they really feel and what they really want. I think my non-judgmental, either positively judgmental or negatively judgmental attitude, allows them to begin to experience that what they're doing is what they are doing for themselves for some reason, not what they're doing for me or for the witness, that's an enormously important part.” Episode Description: We begin with Judy sharing her professional journey that led her to child analysis. She is active as a psychoanalytic clinician, supervisor, teacher, consultant, writer, and editor. We discuss four key papers of hers that study neutrality, enactments, informative experiences, and the role of attachment. Central to her writing and thinking is her curiosity about the inner lives of her patients, especially as action and interaction provide clues to that latent life. We discuss the analyst's experience of ‘wearing the attributes' that patients need to project onto us and tolerating the often deep discomfort in doing so. We consider how her model of therapeutic action, entailing surprise and changes in perceptual frame, does and doesn't have some similarities to psychedelic-assisted therapy. We close with her sharing her analytic experiences with gender-conflicted boys and her hope for the future of our field. Our Guest: Judith Fingert Chused, MD, is an Emeritus Training and Supervising Psychoanalyst at the Washington Baltimore Center for Psychoanalysis and Supervising Psychoanalyst at the Denver, Cleveland, and Seattle Institutes. She is also a Clinical Professor of Behavioral Sciences and of Pediatrics at the George Washington School of Medicine. She is married for 57 years to a former nursery school and medical school classmate and has seven delightful, mischievous grandchildren. Recommended Readings: Chused, J. F. (2016) An Analyst's Uncertainty and Fear. Psychoanalytic Quarterly 85:835-850 Chused, J. F. (2000) Discussion: A Clinician's View of Attachment Theory. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 48:1175-1187 Chused, J. F. (1999) Male Gender Identity and Sexual Behaviour. International Journal of Psychoanalysis 80:1105-1117 Chused, J. F. (1996) The Patient's Perception of the Analyst's Countertransference. Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis 4:231-253 Chused, J. F. (1996) The Therapeutic Action of Psychoanalysis: Abstinence and Informative Experiences. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 44:1047-1071 Chused, J. F. (1991) The Evocative Power of Enactments. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 39:615-639 Chused, J. F. (1992) The Patient's Perception of the Analyst: The Hidden Transference. Psychoanalytic Quarterly 61:161-184 Chused, J. F. (1990) Neutrality in the Analysis of Action-Prone Adolescents. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 38:679-704 Chused, J. F. (1987) Idealization of the Analyst by the Young Adult. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 35:839-859 Chused, J. F. (1982) The Role of Analytic Neutrality in the Use of the Child Analyst as a New Object. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 30:3-28
Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie
New York Times & Wall Street Journal Best-Selling AuthorMy Guest Dr. Norman E. Rosenthal is a world-renowned psychiatrist, public speaker, and New York Times best-selling author who is known for his innovative research and inspirational writings. He is currently Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Georgetown University School of Medicine and is listed as one of the Best Doctors in America. Dr. Rosenthal has practiced psychiatry for over three decades, treating people with all manner of psychiatric and emotional health issues. He is also a motivational speaker and a personal and professional coach, working with people from all walks of life including CEOs, top athletes, and performing artists. His Books: Transcendence ~ "Healing and Transformation Through Transcendental Meditation" & Super Mind - "How to Boost Performance and Live a Richer and Happier Life Through Transcendental Meditation" are endorsed by actor Hugh Jackman. His work & books have received international praise & interviews from CNN News Anchor Candy Crowley, film maker/television director David Lynch, Hip Hop Icon Russell Simmons, comic/actor Russell Brand, Dr. Mehmet Oz, musicians Moby, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr & many othersRosenthal was born and raised in South Africa and did his medical training at the University of Witwatersrand, where he graduated with high honors. He immigrated to the US and did his psychiatric residency at Columbia in NYC before going to the National Institute of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, where he began his research career in earnest. His first major research contribution was to describe and name Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and to develop light therapy as a treatment for this novel condition. SAD – and its milder variant, the Winter Blues – are now known to affect millions of people worldwide, many of whom have benefited from the light therapy that Dr. Rosenthal pioneered.© 2023 Building Abundant Success!!2023 All Rights ReservedJoin Me on ~ iHeart Radio @ https://tinyurl.com/iHeartBASSpot Me on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/yxuy23baAmazon Music ~ https://tinyurl.com/AmzBASAudacy: https://tinyurl.com/BASAud
Terry Platchek, MD serves as Vice President for Performance Improvement and Associate Chief Quality Officer at Stanford Medicine Children'sHealth, as Co-Executive Director of the StanfordMedicine Center for Improvement and as a Clinical Professor of Pediatrics and Medicine at Stanford. Dr. Platchek's career focuses on healthcare improvement with an emphasis on using Lean management to improve quality,safety, service, appropriateness and cost in healthcare delivery. Dr. Platchekis co-author of the book Advanced Lean in Healthcare and is co-author to over dozens of peer reviewed publications describing improvements in healthcare delivery and advocating for higher value models of care. In his role overseeing performance improvement at Stanford Medicine Children's Health, Dr. Platchek is a key leader driving improvement practice throughout the organization which has repeatedly ranked as a top 10 Children's hospital in the US. Dr. Platchek has been active nationally and internationally in advocating for healthcare system improvement and promoting clinician engagement. He is a founder and co-convener of the Lean Healthcare Academic Conference and has advised healthcare systems across the US, Australia and the UK on value improvement and junior doctor continuous improvement programs. He also helped found and co-leads the Stanford Medicine Center for Improvement and has over 50 invited presentations and published abstracts.Dr. Platchek co-designed and directs the Clinical Excellence Research Center Fellowship which engages elite post-doctoral clinicians and scientists in value incented healthcare delivery innovation using human-centered design methodology, bright spots research, and cost analysis. Over 50 fellows have graduated from the program and their care models which lower the cost of great healthcare, have been published in leading journals with many elements in use across the United States .Dr. Platchek holds degrees from Georgetown University (BS) and the University of Michigan (MD). He completed his residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Michigan, followed by a Chief Residency in the Department Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases. He practices as a Pediatric Hospitalist at Stanford.Link to claim CME credit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3DXCFW3CME credit is available for up to 3 years after the stated release dateContact CEOD@bmhcc.org if you have any questions about claiming credit.
Prof. David Hollander, Clinical Professor with the Tisch Institute for Global Sport at NYU, and author of "How Basketball Can Save The World," speaks with Rabbi Sherman about the real life lessons that are derived from the 13 principles of basketball from which James Naismith created the game. How do these 13 principles relate to solving the problems of loneliness, immigration, racism, and more? Get your PHD in basketball and learn about how we an improve the world.
Did you know that 40% of chronic kidney disease progression may be preventable with earlier diagnosis and treatment? On this episode, you will hear the facts around treating CKD earlier from Dr. Joe Vassalotti, NKF's Chief Medical Officer. You will also hear from Jane DeMeis on her journey with kidney disease. In this episode we spoke with, Joseph A. Vassalotti . MD Dr. Vassalotti is the Chief Medical Officer of the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) and Clinical Professor of Medicine in the Division of Nephrology, at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. At NKF, his major focus is implementation of evidence based clinical practice guidelines in chronic kidney disease (CKD). He led collaborations to develop the Kidney Health Evaluation for Adults with Diabetes quality measure to improve evidenced based estimated glomerular filtration guide detection, risk stratification and interventions rate and albuminuria testing to proportional to risk also served as PI for an AARP in the U.S. He funded Kidney Health Evaluation for Adults with Diabetes to analyze quality measure satisfaction with detection, evidenced Platform based therapies and health equity. Currently, he serves as Principal Investigator for the Kidney Score , an NKF educational project funded by the Veterans Administration Center for Innovation to improve awareness and education among Veterans with and at risk for CKD in the primary care setting. He is also a coinvestigator for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's CKD Surveillance Project. Dr. Vassalotti typically sees approximately 40 patients per week and has over 100 publications in peer reviewed journals. Jane DeMeis Ms. DeMeis became involved with the National Kidney Foundation in 2018 after she was diagnosed with stage 4 kidney disease. Previously, Ms. DeMeis had been in stage three since 2010 and also developed diabetes. Ms. DeMeis attended classes, read and took training and became very knowledgeable about nutrition and lifestyle for CKD. She is a certified Kidney Coach. Ms. DeMeis is the Chairperson of the Perinton Ambulance Corps and when COVID allows will be bringing kidney education to their Community Outreach program. Do you have comments, questions, or suggestions? Email us at NKFpodcast@kidney.org. Also, make sure to rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts. Additional Resources: Early Diagnosis of Kidney Disease: Incentivizing Comprehensive Testing
Negotiation expert Alexandra Carter, author of Ask For More, joins to talk about negotiating when you're in a transition phase (switching jobs, recently laid off, heading back to work after a break), what we *should* negotiate for but rarely do and why being scared in a negotiation means you're doing it RIGHT! More about Alex: She is a Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Mediation Clinic at Columbia Law School. She has spent the last eleven years helping thousands of people negotiate better, build relationships and reach their goals. In 2019, Alex was awarded the Columbia University Presidential Award for Outstanding Teaching, Columbia University's highest teaching honor. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Business school education is changing to keep up with the rapidly evolving finance profession. Jim Washam, Dean of the Neil Griffin College of Business at Arkansas State University, and DJ Masson, Clinical Professor of Finance at Indiana University's Kelly School of Business, discuss the state of business school education and how business schools are evolving to meet the needs of students, as well as those of employers who can't seem to find enough talent.
Dr. Streicherâ€™s Inside Information: THE Menopause Podcast
The annual meeting of the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health, otherwise known as ISSWSH, is a medical conference where sexual medicine and menopause experts gather to present research and educate other health care professionals. At this year's meeting, I decided to grab some of those world-renowned EXPERTS on the fly and ask them the following 4 questions: “Of all of the RIDICULOUS PRODUCTS that are being sold to treat sexual function, menopause symptoms or bladder control, what is at the top of your list as something that just needs to go away?” “What is the most common MYTH you hear again and again when it comes to HORMONE THERAPY “If given the opportunity to educate a room full of men about SEXUALLY PLEASING a female partner, what is the one thing, as a sexual medicine expert, you would tell them?” “You are often asked to give a lecture to a room full of primary care clinicians, who generally know next to nothing about sexual medicine and menopause. If you only had time to address ONE TOPIC, what would that be?” The Experts Dr. Andrew Goldstein -Ob-Gyn, Clinical Professor at the George Washington University School of Medicine, Director of the Centers for Vulvovaginal Disorders, Past President of ISSWSH https://www.vulvodynia.com/about Dr. Leah Milheiser Ob-Gyn, Clinical Professor Stanford University, Chief Medical Officer Evernow @DrLeahM Dr. Irwin Goldstein Urologist, Founder, and past president of ISSWSH. Director of San Diego Sexual Medicine Dr. Lori Burkholtz Family Medicine and Fellow Trained Women's Health Specialist, Associate Medical Director for Ms.Medicine, a national health care organization dedicated to advancing women's health Dr. Alyssa Dweck Ob-Gyn, New York, with an expertise in sexual medicine and menopause. Co-author of three books, including The Complete A to Z for Your V Dr. Miriam Greene Ob-Gyn, New York University, host of the Doctor Radio Sexual Health and Well Being Show on Sirius XM Radio Dr. Brooke Faught women's-health nurse practitioner in Tennessee, specialty training in female sexual and pelvic floor medicine, and urology. Dr. Diane Bitner Ob-Gyn, Grand Rapids, Michigan, North American Menopause Society (NAMS) 2015 Menopause Practitioner of the Year. Author of I Want to Age Like That – Healthy Aging Through Midlife and Menopause”. Dr. James Simon Reproductive Endocrinologist, Past president of ISSWSH, Past President of North American Menopause Society. Washington, DC Dr. Corinne Menn OB-GYN specializing in menopause, cancer survivorship, Medical Advisor for Alloy Dr. Melissa Dahir Family Medicine, Omaha, NE specializes in women's sexual health and vulvar pain disorders Dr. Sameena Rahman-Ob-Gyn and specializes in sexual pain and sexual dysfunction. Instagram @ Gynegirl Jennifer Romanello- Medical Student, Founder of The Medical Student Forum on Female Sexual Medicine Dr. Becky Lynn an Ob-Gyn, the founder of Evora Women's Health, and a North American Menopause Society certified physician. Dr. Sheryl Kingsberg-Psychologist, Chief of behavioral medicine at MacDonald Women's Hospital/University Hospitals ,Cleveland Medical Center Barb Dehn Women's Health Nurse Practitioner, Vice President of Women's Health at Peppy Health, Author Dr. Tammi Rowen Ob-Gyn, sexual health and gynecological care for women with disabilities, women with cancer, and transgender individuals. Medical Director- Sexual Medicine Program at the University of Southern California Dr. Rachel Rubin Urologist ,sexual medicine specialist , associate editor for the journal Sexual Medicine Reviews and Washington DC's “premier clitorologist” Dr. Terry Gibbs Ob Gyn, Ohio, specializing in Sexual Medicine and Menopause Related Episodes Episode 3: What's Up Down There? Genital Dryness & Misbehaving Bladd