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(This show first aired in November, 2020) Annette and Monica meet Dr. John Dyben to talk about the holidays, and how to cope with the accompanying stress, especially under COVID-19. Dr. John is the Clinical Fellow for Origins Behavioral Healthcare in Florida. He provides both academic and clinical supervisory support to Origins͛ programs. His academic background includes degrees in Psychology (BS), Conflict (MA), Management (MS), and a Doctor of Health Science. Dr. John is an ordained pastor, clinically trained chaplain, and board-certified as both a Master Addictions Professional and a Mental Health Professional in the State of Florida.
Martin Rooney is the founder of Training For Warriors. An internationally recognized trainer, speaker, author and pioneer of strength and conditioning, Martin holds a Master of Health Science and Bachelor of Physical Therapy from the Medical University of South Carolina. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Exercise Science from Furman University. https://www.trainingforwarriors.com/
— “Her health, healing and well-being message is simple – ‘self-care is the best health-care'. Valeria Teles interviews Paul J. Arciero — the author of “The PRISE Life: Protein Pacing for Optimal Health and Performance.” Dr. Paul J. Arciero, FACSM, FTOS, FISSN, is Director of the Human Nutrition, Metabolism, and Performance Laboratory and professor in the Department of Health and Human Physiological Sciences at Skidmore College and has served as a Research Professor in the Psychology and Neurosciences Department at Union College and an adjunct professor in the School of Health Sciences in the Department of Nutrition at The Sage Colleges. Dr. Paul is a leading international nutrition and applied physiology scientist, keynote speaker, consultant, and Amazon #1 Best-Selling author and has given more than 400 invited live interviews worldwide. He has served as a performance physiology and nutrition expert for some of the nation's most elite, including; Olympic medalists, world-class professional athletes (National Hockey League, American Hockey League, boxing, cycling, and rowing), as well as thousands of collegiate, high school and masters athletes of all sports and fitness routines. He serves as a Senior Consultant and Scientific Advisory Board member to the nutrition, fitness, and wellness industries and was appointed to the 15-member International Protein Board (IPB Advisory Board), composed of the leading protein scientists in the world. He graduated from Simsbury High School in 1980, received a Bachelor of Science in special studies (concentration in biology, physical education, and business) from Central Connecticut State University in 1986, a Master of Science in physiology of exercise and bioenergetics from Purdue University in 1987, a Master of Science in nutritional sciences from University of Vermont in 1993, a Doctorate in Physiology of Exercise from Springfield College in 1993, and a Postdoctoral Fellowship in applied physiology from Washington University School of Medicine in 1994. He's been inducted as a Fellow of three leading health organizations in the world -- American College of Sports Medicine (FACSM), The Obesity Society (FTOS), and International Society of Sports Nutrition (FISSN). To learn more about Paul J. Arciero and his work, please visit: paularciero.com, priselife.com, & prisewell.com — This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well.
Mary Donovan is the Assistant Dean for Standardized Patients (SPs) & Experiential Learning at Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, DC. She has served at Georgetown as administrative director and educator for the Integrated Learning and Simulation Center since 2007, providing medical students with clinical learning and assessment opportunities through SP education and simulation. These methodologies use professionally trained actors, retired teachers and others to portray specific patients and families in a broad spectrum of healthcare experiences for learners – a safe space to develop clinical and communication skills and receive feedback from the patient perspective. Prior to Georgetown, she held a faculty position as senior SP trainer at Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, and as academic-affairs staff at Johns Hopkins Medical School. Prior to her work in med-ed experiential learning, she managed a forum of women in international trade and diplomacy, taught as adjunct faculty on Georgetown's main campus in the mid-90s, served as marketing manager for a B2B organization, and as chapter liaison for a national trade association. In the early days of online journal search-and-retrieval and library automation, she worked as a researcher at the National Library of Medicine, Library of Congress and other libraries. While in college and beyond, she worked for the UVa Hospital Education system, teaching children with disabilities from birth to age 21. Mary presented (virtually) at the Ottawa Conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, as a finalist for the IMU-RHIME Award for Innovation in March of 2020, and won an innovation award for her presentation at the international Association for Standardized Patient Educators in 2011. From 2016-18 she served as Chair for the Mid-Atlantic Consortium of med-school clinical-skills programs. In 2016, GUMC honored her as a “bridge-builder” in the Ongoing Engagement and Consultation initiative. She recently joined the editorial board for the Journal of Health Design, published in Melbourne, Australia. She joined the Screen Actors Guild in 1999; speaking roles to-date have landed on the cutting-room floor, but she (or her old Honda Civic) can be seen as background in various TV and film productions. Mary's artwork has sold in art fairs and hospital exhibitions, and through personal commissions. Her days as a publically performing singer and guitarist are largely in the past, but she dreams of resurrecting half-written original songs someday. Other work that will never retire – writing short stories, children's books, a memoir, a novel and personal essays. Meanwhile, she launched a blog/website in early 2021: marymuffindonovan.com She received her BA in English from the University of Virginia, MA in Liberal Studies from Georgetown University and MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Twitter: @marydonobird Instagram: @maryfdonz Facebook: /mary.donovan.75457 Website: marymuffindonovan.com
Today's episode is SO MUCH FUN! We say that every week, and it's true! Today we catch up with recent Ph.D. grad and now alum Dr. Sam Hakim who is currently an instructor of sports communication in the College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences at Clemson University. We break it all down as it relates to fan identity, sports fandom, and the way our own identity can be shaped by the athletes we have positive (and negative) interactions with...you'll hear a lot more on that in today's episode. Sam tells us the story about his very non-linear path into academia, but also breaks down how certain individuals, more specifically a professor, really helped shape Sam's decision to come to UA to get a Ph.D. But, more importantly, it was his work with current faculty within the College of Communication and Information Sciences like Dr. Andy Billings and Dr. Darrin Griffin, who really helped him bring shape to his outstanding research program. If you like sports, you'll love today's episode. Even if you don't like sports, you'll like today's episode because Sam has so much to say about the intersection between who we are as individuals, the way we interact with athletes and teams in a mediated context or in person and how and why those interactions matter. You'll even hear a pretty funny story about Dan Marino. You have to tune in to hear it. To follow Sam on Twitter: @samyhak To follow us on Twitter: @ICIRAlabama
If you're an emergency physician, or have goals of becoming one, you have probably heard about ACEP's workforce study. The findings first came out in April 2021, and were followed by a full paper in Annals of Emergency Medicine in August. The bottom line is that there is a predicted surplus of EM physicians of over 7,800 by 2030. How did we find ourselves here? What does this mean? And what should we do about it? We reached out to Emergency Physician and ACEP President Elect, Dr. Gillian Schmitz, to learn more. What was your reaction to the workforce report? What do you think is the path forward for our specialty? Connect with us on social media, @empulsepodcast, or through our website, ucdavisem.com. ***Please rate us and leave us a review on iTunes! It helps us reach more people.*** Hosts: Dr. Julia Magaña, Associate Professor of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at UC Davis Dr. Sarah Medeiros, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at UC Davis Guest: Dr. Gillian Schmitz, ACEP President Elect, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, Emergency Physician at Brooke Army Medical Center Resources: ACEP EM Physician Workforce of the Future Reiter M, Allen BW. The Emergency Medicine Workforce: Shortage Resolving, Future Surplus Expected. J Emerg Med. 2020 Feb;58(2):198-202. doi: 10.1016/j.jemermed.2020.01.004. Epub 2020 Apr 3. *** Thank you to the UC Davis Department of Emergency Medicine for supporting this podcast and to Orlando Magaña at OM Audio Productions for audio production services.
In this episode, we welcome Malwina (Maja) Carrion (firstname.lastname@example.org), a lecturer at the Department of Health Sciences, Sargent College. She introduced the three courses she teaches, from Global Environmental Public Health, Epidemiology, to Neglected Tropical Diseases. She also discussed her latest research on Chagas Disease. About Maja : Professor Maja Carrion has led and managed public health projects and research in Asia, Africa, South America, Europe, and the US. Her primary research interests are innovative infectious disease surveillance, screening and treatment programs, disease and vector control, and neglected tropical diseases. The moderator of the podcast is Dr. Karen Jacobs (email@example.com), who is the Associate Dean, Digital Learning and Innovation, a Clinical Professor and the Program Director for the online post-professional doctorate in the occupational therapy program at Sargent College. Marial Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org), a Boston University entry-level occupational therapy doctoral student, composed the music for the podcast.
Are there really no more discoveries in human anatomy? In this episode, I'll review some recent discoveries: the rise of the fabella, macrophage barriers, the interstitium, button and zipper junctions, lymph node micro-organs, new vessels in bones, and tubarial salivary glands. 00:00 | Introduction 00:41 | Is Anatomy Finished? 03:44 | Sponsored by AAA 04:16 | Rise of the Fabella 11:52 | Sponsored by HAPI 12:38 | Macrophage Barriers 23:18 | Sponsored by HAPS 23:55 | Interstitium 27:48 | Button and Zipper Junctions 35:28 | Lymphatic Micro-Organ 40:05 | Free Update Newsletter 41:05 | New Vessels in Bones 44:44 | Tubarial Salivary Glands 52:37 | Staying Connected ★ If you cannot see or activate the audio player, go to: theAPprofessor.org/podcast-episode-105.html
Check out this week's podcast episode with Robert Crawley, BSc (Ex Physiology) DC (Doctor of Chiropractic). Robert has 18 years of experience as a chiropractor. He is originally from the USA where he obtained a BSc in Exercise Physiology at the University of Illinois at Chicago in 1998. In 2002 he qualified as a Chiropractor at the National University of Health Sciences. Robert practiced in the USA from 2003-2008 working in an interdisciplinary setting, along with Medical Doctors, Physical Therapists, and Chiropractors. In 2008 he moved to the United Kingdom and registered with the General Chiropractic Council. He is currently in private practice at Gain Recovery Chiropractic & Sports Rehab in Norwich. He is a CrossFit Level 1 Coach and served as Clinical Lead of Athlete Services from 2014-2017 at CrossFit Games European/Meridian Regionals in Copenhagen and Madrid, leading an interdisciplinary team of Chiropractors, Osteopaths, Physiotherapists, and Sports Therapists. Robert is also a RockTape Instructor, delivering kinesiology taping, IASTM, myofascial cupping, and movement specialist courses to manual therapists. He also is a Stick Mobility Instructor certifying manual therapists and personal trainers in the use of the mobility stick. Robert is a member of the British Chiropractic Association and European Chiropractic Union. In this podcast we discuss: 00:00 - Intro 05:40 - Stickmobility as a primary rehab tool 07:55 - Stickmobility as a cross-training tool 12:13 - Adaptability & improvisational skills in training and recovery 18:30 - Strength training & chiropractics 24:35 - Fascial competence within the wellness industry 30:46 - Lockdown training 38:36 - What should you look for in a chiropractor? 45:05 - Book recommendations More from Dr. Robert Crawley https://www.gainrecovery.co.uk/about-us.php
Every day there is a new way to eat, a new fad program to follow, and yet to succeed with your nutrition plans none of them is the answer. In this interview with Todd who holds a Master's degree in Health Sciences with a concentration in nutrition explains how to eat right and have it be something that you can continue day after day. Connect with Todd at: https://btsnutrition.com/ ---------- Join our Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/winmakegive Download the 15 point plan tracker here - www.15pointplan.com Part of the Win Make Give Podcast Network
Meet the CIO of the Year® ORBIE® Finalists for the SoCalCIO ORBIE® Awards, held November 12, 2021. Denise Cornish – Western University of Health Sciences,Dr. Steve Garske - Children's Hospital Los Angeles,Ray Lowe - AltaMed Health Services, Albert Oriol - Rady Children's Hospital San Diego, Ashwin Rangan - ICANN,Dr. Joseph Cevetello - City of Santa Monica,Ghalib Kassam - Los Angeles Times,Matthew March - Sunwest BankDr. Derek Peterson - Boingo Wireless, Erik Quade - Tillys,Dan Abushanab - Esri,Frederick Donatucci - New-Indy Containerboard, LLC,Randi Levin - NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory – CaltechJoel Manfredo - Motion Picture Industry Pension & Health Plans,David Baker - Pacific Dental Services,Josh Goode - SCAN Group and Healthplan,Mark Hagan - AMN Healthcare,Montaque Hou - Newegg,Ted Ross - City of Los Angeles,Jonathan Behnke - City of San Diego,Joel Golub - Orange County,Dr. Ben Gordon - San Diego Gas & Electric; SoCal Gas,Todd Inlander – Southern California Edison,Thomas MacDougall - LA Health Plan,Nicholas Collisto – Avery Dennison Corporation,Allen Fazio - Houllihan Lokey,Sai Koorapati – Callaway Golf,Rhonda Vetere – Herbalife,Michael Zahigian - AmgenHost: Evan McLaughlin, email@example.com,SoCalCIO Executive Director: Leza Dabit, firstname.lastname@example.org
David Berry is Founder & CEO @ Valo. Since 2005, he has served as General Partner @ Flagship Pioneering, having founded over 25 companies including Indigo Agriculture, Seres Therapeutics (NASDAQ: MCRB), Eleven Biotherapeutics (NASDAQ: EBIO), T2 Biosystems (NASDAQ: TTOO), Evelo Biosciences (NASDAQ: EVLO), Axcella Health (NASDAQ: AXLA), and Joule Unlimited. David played an instrumental role in the conception and implementation of Flagship Labs, which is the foundation of all of its companies. David has been broadly recognized as a world-leading innovator: elected as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum, named as Innovator of the Year by Technology Review from amongst its Annual TR35 list, and selected as one of 12 Innovators Reshaping Reality by the U.S. State Department, alongside pioneers such as Tim Berners-Lee. He holds over 200 patents and patent applications. David and his companies have been awarded with over 150 additional awards and honors. David currently serves on the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network (UN SDSN), where he was a Founding Leadership Council Member. David received his MD from Harvard Medical School and his PhD from MIT in Biological Engineering.David received his M.D. from Harvard Medical School and his Ph.D. from MIT in biological engineering, through the Health Sciences and Technology program completing the fastest dual degree in the modern history of the program, during which he was awarded the Lemelson-MIT Prize award for the most inventive and innovative student at MIT.Thank you for listening!BIOS (@BIOS_Community) unites a community of Life Science innovators dedicated to driving patient impact. Alix Ventures (@AlixVentures) is a San Francisco based venture capital firm supporting early stage Life Science startups engineering biology to create radical advances in human health.Music: Danger Storm by Kevin MacLeod (link & license)
Sy (Seymour) Garte, PhD in biochemistry, is the author of the award-winning book The Works of His Hands: A Scientist's Journey from Atheism to Faith (Kregel Publications, 2019). He has been a tenured professor at New York University, Rutgers University, and the University of Pittsburgh, division director at the Center for Scientific Review of the National Institutes of Health, and interim vice president for research at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. In this interview, I talk with Sy about evolution and Christianity. Is evolution contra Christian teaching? Is evolution really random? And much more! Follow Sy: https://twitter.com/sygarte?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor -------------------------------- GIVING -------------------------------- Please consider becoming a Patron! I am a full-time student, so your support helps make our content better and provides me Ramen money. Patreon (Thanks!): https://www.patreon.com/AdherentApologetics YouTube Membership: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO8jj_CQwrRRwwwXBndo6nQ/join
Erkeda DeRouen talks to Dr. Natasha Bray, a board-certified internal medicine physician in addiction medicine and Interim Dean of the Cherokee Nation Campus of Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences. She gives valuable advice on how to ace your medical school interview as application season approaches. [00:26] Introducing Dr. Natasha Bray [03:23] How Dr. Trina went into Addiction Medicine [07:35] The Importance of the Nation's First College of Medicine Affiliated with a Tribe [13:37] The Impact of a Mission-Driven School in a Rural Environment [15:20] Features that Make a Great Medical School Candidate [19:35] How to Best Prepare for Virtual Interviews [23:38] The Best Piece of Advice [25:42] Where to Find Dr. Natasha Bray Full show notes
This episode is brought to you courtesy of Nirvana Dispensaries in Oklahoma. Check out my interview with Adam Lasi, CEO, who explains why Oklahoma is the country's most dynamic cannabis market. As I explain in more detail on this podcast, this will be the last recording for a few weeks. I am taking some time off to absorb and reflect upon the many changes this year has brought. Before saying good bye I want to leave you with this wonderful podcast on The Endocannabinoid Diet and to thank the Nirvana Group for sponsoring this episode. When Dr. Chin first described the Endocannabinoid Diet, my ears perked up. While she's still developing the thesis more thoroughly, I thought I'd bring you this peak into her observations. This from her desk: The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is the largest neurotransmitter system in our body. It modulates responses to internal and external stimuli and it is activated by both endocannabinoids (produced in the brain and body) and phytocannabinoids (produced from plants). Many people are not producing optimal amounts of endocannabinoids -- some experts are calling this an endocannabinoid deficiency. Studies have shown that patients with chronic pain and inflammation -- that often underlie at migraines, fibromyalgia, depression, PTSD, ADHD, weight gain, and irritable bowel syndrome -- have lower levels of anandamide, one endocannabinoid produced by our body. The vexing question to date is: What causes low levels of endocannabinoids? There's no simple answer. If you're experiencing pain and inflammation, not sleeping well or having difficulty with mood, anxiety, stress, or concentration, your ECS may be out of balance. According to Dr. Bruno, nutrition professor of Huntington University of Health Sciences, recent research suggests that in some cases, “A diet low in phytocannabinoids—low in plant foods—may also play a role. The fact is, inadequate levels of endocannabinoids may be associated with their production, metabolism, or the state of cannabinoid receptors. ”To learn more about how changing your diet to include more cannabinoids can impact your health, listen in!
Watch Here-> YOUTUBE CHANNELMatthew Hayes RT(R)(MR), Creator and President, ScanLabMR and Professor of MRI, Adventist University of Health Sciences joins Zone3Podcast with Reggie and Robert to Discuss his groundbreaking Educational MRI Scanning Simulator, ScanLabMR. ScanLabMR is the first MRI simulator that is able to quantify and assess clinical competence and scan quality. Unlike other simulators, ScanLabMR incites all thoughts and practices usually experienced only at the MRI scanner – without risk to the patient or time constraints. With ScanLabMR, the user can gain a meaningful experience that would normally take months to years to acquire.Matt discusses many Key benefits that ScanLabMR provides including Exact replication of real MRI scanning, Unlimited practice anywhere, Performance assessments and feedback, Evaluation scores benchmarked against an established standard of excellence for job applications and career advancement endorsed by two of the most prominent publications for MRI education.There are Already Universities, hospitals, and Radiology departments using ScanlabMR to improve MRI education Quality, Staff Training, and to improve their Hiring and Recruitment Process. Thanks for Joining us in Zone 3!
“Your stories connect you with more people all the time, your stories are an excellent way to get connected.” - Katie Anne Barnett Welcome to this episode of Tactical Friday! In today's episode, I welcome Rohan Sheth back to talk over the practical steps for organizations in utilizing management and marketing strategies as springboard to scaling up. Katie is a 38 year old fire-wife and mom of three. She got her BS in Health Science, secondary teaching credential to teach a number of subjects at the high school level, then a Masters in Education. After pregnancy loss, followed by 18 months of unexplained infertility, she finally got pregnant with her first son and she quickly decided that she wanted to be a stay at home mom. After her daughter was born she felt like she needed something for herself. How things got started: In 2014 she created Chico Chalk & Calligraphy, a local art business creating personalized signs for weddings, showers, businesses and homes. She found herself loving being able to share her creativity but exhausted by the hours and disappointed by the pay. In 2017 a friend convinced her to buy her newest product. Katie swore she would never "join" her but was happy to support. After trying this product though, she knew she would share it, so figured she may as well be the one earning money. Against the advice of most, along with her own concerns due to stigmas with network, she jumped into her first network marketing gig. She grew a large team and rose to senior leadership in record timing for this company. She became well known for succeeding in running this business online and helping others do the same. Katie was earning a 6 figure income, the pandemic had changed how people interacted online and she feared she no longer had the opportunity for others she once though she had. Katie continued to show up for her team and her community, with the determination to make it work. Where Katie is at now: The pandemic had done a lot of positive things for many people as far as online business was concerned, but she felt strongly that many of it was short lived. Katie expressed her concerns on change, but wasn't experiencing the business the way that she wanted to anymore. In January 2021, her cousin shared the new model of business with her and it was exceptional, along with the products. She suddenly saw a future that I was not only very excited about sharing with others, but one with no limits, and an opportunity to help change her cousin's life as well. Leaving her old job back in February of 2021 felt overwhelming, especially since she did not receive the support she was looking for. Katie managed to triple her income in only three months. She now trains on leadership, online business, social media, mental health, self care, and being a good human. Katie decided to learn how to skateboard and play the ukulele at the ripe age of 37 and continues to share art and explore her writing. She believes we are never too old or too anything to start exploring and trying new things. Everyone should buy the damn hat. Level After Next Org., LLC Her company, Level After Next Org., seeks to to empower women to see their story as power and shift from a limited mindset to one of abundance. With a goal of transforming lives they provide the tools for anyone to walk confidently into their purpose and future, knowing that they can take their life beyond the Next Level, to one of great impact and financial security. LANO.Inc's vision is to become a worldwide voice for women, their struggles and stories of heroism through blogs, 1:1 content coaching, content creation, publishing, speaking engagements, and social media. They will use our influence for massive impact, one woman at a time. [00:01 - 00:43] Opening Segment If you have a platform and you want to create content that DELIVERS, go over tohttp://knightly.productions/ ( knightly.productions)! For the first part of my interview with
Over here at Team Holly Maree, we recently wrapped up a huge business pivot. We chose to put the process on full display for the audience with our Pivot Party, which gave the opportunity for so many Manifestors to share their own stories of pivoting….but it wasn't enough! Join us in the unusual podcast episode where we bring you the personal stories of so many more Manifestors (and a non-mani too!) who have pivoted and want to share their wisdom with you. This one is fun, inspiring and a little unusual - we can't wait for you to listen! Love, Holly Maree Connect with Holly Instagram @thehollymaree Work with Holly thehollymaree.com Connect with the guests Daria Muller is a 1/3 Emotional Manifestor, a Psychologist, Coach, Polyglot and Life Optimist helping curious, sensitive and brilliant women to let go of patterns, beliefs and limitations that no longer contribute to their vision for life and transform them into confidence, clarity and empowerment. Connect with Daria: Instagram @dariarosl Work with Daria www.dariarosl.com Ben Hendricks is a 5/1 Emotional Manifestor. After burn-out, a failed insulting business and several personal changes. Ben Hendricks is starting with New Spirit Arts, a community business combining art and personal development. BEN is taking a huge leap of faith by sharing his message online and soon also on stage with his music and public speaking AS HE wants to inspire people to heal themselves in order to live their full creative potential. Connect with Ben: Instagram @benhendricksmusic Work with Ben https://www.newspiritarts.com Sandy Hayes is a 1/3 Emotional Manifestor and is the CEO of Manifest with Sandy AND IS an empath manifestation coach, Reiki Master and Akashic Records Reader empowering empaths to heal the root cause of autoimmune disease and anxiety through powerful energetic and practical methods. Sandy helps empaths to manifest a significant improvement in their health, more happiness and joy along with finding love, connection and freedom in all areas of their life which then allow them the time to follow their own dreams and passions. Connect with Sandy: Instagram @manifestwithsandy Work with Sandy www.manifestwithsandy.com Join Sandy's FB group www.facebook.com/groups/manifestwithsandy Luka Bonisch is a 1/3 Emotional Manifestor and is a writer, artist, and transpersonal coach with a degree in Health Science. With his website mindfulled.com, LUKA is on a quest to help others raise their Consciousness and live their best life possible. Connect with Luka Instagram @luka.intheskywithdiamonds Work with Luka https://mindfulled.com/ Marion Chloé Theis is a 1/4 EGO Manifestor and is a French Love & Hypnotherapist. She helps spiritual women get out of their head to get what they want in life, love and business - all while becoming the most powerful version of themselves. Connect with Marion Chloé Instagram @marionchloetheis Pinterest https://www.pinterest.fr/marionchloetheis/_created/ Work with Marion Chloé https://www.marionchloetheis.com/ Stephanie Blake is a Generator and is a business strategist & scaling expert who helps women scale their service-based businesses to 6+ figures while keeping them in the CEO seat and working less than 20 hours/week. Throughout her time in business, she's helped hundreds of women start and scale their own businesses to reach their own freedom goals. She's also a tech nerd, systems strategist, wife, mom and Chipotle addict. Connect with Stephanie Instagram @theblakecollective Podcast Instagram @behindtheirbusiness Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/thestephblake/ Work with Stephanie https://www.theblakecollective.com
Krista Rompolski joins us for another Journal Club episode—bringing us a study about how students change answers on their tests. Is it better for a student to change their multiple choice response or to avoid doing that? The answer may surprise you! 00:00 | Introduction 00:45 | Journal Club 03:21 | Sponsored by AAA 03:53 | Article Summary 09:13 | Sponsored by HAPI 10:00 | Should Students Change Answers? 27:44 | Sponsored by HAPS 28:21 | Standardized Exams, Test Anxiety, and Mindset 53:14 | Staying Connected ★ If you cannot see or activate the audio player, go to: theAPprofessor.org/podcast-episode-104.html
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“It's just when you show up authentically, when you share something that's you know, in your heart, part of your life, something that you're learning more and more about in yourself, you will certainly attract all the right people.” - Katie Anne Barnett Welcome to another week of Tactical Leader! In today's episode, Katie Anne Barnett shares her unique story that shows that it is never too late to make a shift in your life no matter what area - your interests, hobbies, etc. She tells how authenticity attracts the right people and from this, establish a magnetic environment of encouragement and confidence. Katie is a 38 year old fire-wife and mom of three. She got her BS in Health Science, secondary teaching credential to teach a number of subjects at the high school level, then a Masters in Education. After pregnancy loss, followed by 18 months of unexplained infertility, she finally got pregnant with her first son and she quickly decided that she wanted to be a stay at home mom. After her daughter was born she felt like she needed something for herself. How things got started: In 2014 she created Chico Chalk & Calligraphy, a local art business creating personalized signs for weddings, showers, businesses and homes. She found herself loving being able to share her creativity but exhausted by the hours and disappointed by the pay. In 2017 a friend convinced her to buy her newest product. Katie swore she would never "join" her but was happy to support. After trying this product though, she knew she would share it, so figured she may as well be the one earning money. Against the advice of most, along with her own concerns due to stigmas with network, she jumped into her first network marketing gig. She grew a large team and rose to senior leadership in record timing for this company. She became well known for succeeding in running this business online and helping others do the same. Katie was earning a 6 figure income, the pandemic had changed how people interacted online and she feared she no longer had the opportunity for others she once though she had. Katie continued to show up for her team and her community, with the determination to make it work. Where Katie is at now: The pandemic had done a lot of positive things for many people as far as online business was concerned, but she felt strongly that many of it was short lived. Katie expressed her concerns on change, but wasn't experiencing the business the way that she wanted to anymore. In January 2021, her cousin shared the new model of business with her and it was exceptional, along with the products. She suddenly saw a future that I was not only very excited about sharing with others, but one with no limits, and an opportunity to help change her cousin's life as well. Leaving her old job back in February of 2021 felt overwhelming, especially since she did not receive the support she was looking for. Katie managed to triple her income in only three months. She now trains on leadership, online business, social media, mental health, self care, and being a good human. Katie decided to learn how to skateboard and play the ukulele at the ripe age of 37 and continues to share art and explore her writing. She believes we are never too old or too anything to start exploring and trying new things. Everyone should buy the damn hat. Level After Next Org., LLC Her company, Level After Next Org., seeks to to empower women to see their story as power and shift from a limited mindset to one of abundance. With a goal of transforming lives they provide the tools for anyone to walk confidently into their purpose and future, knowing that they can take their life beyond the Next Level, to one of great impact and financial security. LANO.Inc's vision is to become a worldwide voice for women, their struggles and stories of heroism through blogs, 1:1 content coaching, content creation, publishing, speaking engagements, and social media. They will
In this episode, Rick looks at different certifications as options depending on the clientele you want to work with and shares his insights on several issues within the personal trainers industry. He outlines the pros of taking the NASM certification and concludes with his take on industry challenges that NASM and other certifications should address. TIMESTAMPS2:18 How Rick landed a role at the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM)9:59 Why NASM has the best personal training certifications 14:37 What is the Optimum Performance Training (OPT) Model?24:00 Defining the scope of personal trainers in nutrition29:48 Why do some personal trainers withhold information33:51 The Good and the Bad about NASM41:47 Rick's take on how NASM can improve the field 47:26 Attracting clients through trustRick Richey, DHSc, MS, LMT has been in the fitness industry since 2002 as a certified personal trainer, training manager, educator, orthopedic massage therapist, college and university professor, fitness industry presenter, as well as a subject matter expert and talent for fitness industry educational videos and written content. He is the host of the NASM CPT Podcast with Rick Richey. Rick is regularly used by media outlets for quotes and content regarding fitness and wellness. He has also written chapters in the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Essentials of Personal Training and Corrective Exercise textbooks. He earned a Master's of Science in Exercise science and a Doctorate of Health Science and Exercise Leadership degree at the California University of Pennsylvania.
Even prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, those working in the health care field were found to be more susceptible to depression, anxiety, and job dissatisfaction, which can lead to adverse outcomes for healthcare workers as well as the patients and communities they serve. Some experts increasingly regard suicide as an “occupational hazard” of practicing medicine or nursing. We talk about the Resiliency & Well-being Center recently launched by the GW School of Medicine & Health Sciences to educate health-care workers, trainees, and staff about stress management, provide behavioral health services, and restructure SMHS' wellness initiatives from top to bottom. Our guest is Lorenzo Norris, MD, the center's medical director and Chief Wellness Officer for the GW School of Medicine & Health Sciences, GW Medical Faculty Associates, and GWU Hospital. ◘ Related content GW Resiliency & Well-being Center https://rwc.smhs.gwu.edu/ Article: GW Launches Resiliency & Well-Being Center https://rwc.smhs.gwu.edu/news/gw-launches-resiliency-well-being-center-0 KFF/The Washington Post Frontline Health Care Workers Survey https://www.kff.org/coronavirus-covid-19/poll-finding/kff-washington-post-health-care-workers/ Medical burnout: Breaking bad https://www.aamc.org/news-insights/medical-burnout-breaking-bad ◘ Transcript https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/transcript-helping-health-care-workers-cope-burnout-gw-office-of/?published=t ◘ This podcast features the song “Follow Your Dreams” (freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott_Ho…ur_Dreams_1918) by Scott Holmes, available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (01https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/) license. ◘ Disclaimer: The content and information shared in GW Integrative Medicine is for educational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. The views and opinions expressed in GW Integrative Medicine represent the opinions of the host(s) and their guest(s). For medical advice, diagnosis, and/or treatment, please consult a medical professional.
Irene Lyon, MSC. and nervous system expert, teaches people around the world how to work with the nervous system to transform trauma, heal body and mind, and live full, creative lives. To date, her online programs have reached thousands of people in over 60 countries. Irene has a Master's Degree in Biomedical and Health Science and also has a knack for making complex info easy for ALL of us to understand and apply to our lives. She has extensively studied and practices the works of Dr. Moshé Feldenkrais, Peter Levine (founder of Somatic Experiencing) and Kathy Kain (founder of Somatic Practice). Irene spends her free time eating delicious food, hiking in the mountains or walking along the Pacific Ocean in her hometown of Vancouver, British Columbia. Find episode links, notes and artwork at:https://blog.dirobi.comThis show is for informational purposes only. None of the information in this podcast should be construed as dispensing medical advice. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
In this episode of the Brawn Body Podcast, Dan is joined by Dr. Jonathan Harned, PT, DPT, CSCS, FRCms, to discuss Functional Range Conditioning (FRC), BFR training, knee injuries, advice to athletes and physical therapists, important exercise considerations, and so much more! Dr. Jonathan Harned, PT, DPT, earned his Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences and Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Lebanon Valley College in Annville, Pennsylvania. There he played Division III baseball for four years. Jonathan has had the unique opportunity to complete clinical rotations all across the country including with the Cleveland Indians, a professional baseball organization in the MLB. While with the Indians, he was able to work with other medical professionals in designing and implementing rehab and injury prevention programs for professional baseball players. In addition, Jonathan has obtained valuable experiences in outpatient orthopedics and the acute care setting. Jonathan holds certifications in Personalized Blood Flow Restriction through Owens Recovery Science, Suspension Training through TRX, and has his Emergency Medical Response for the Athlete (ERA) certification. In addition, he is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and a Functional Range Conditioning Master Specialist. Jonathan is currently pursuing his Sports Certified Specialist (SCS) certification, Precision Nutrition Certification, and Dry Needling certification. While Dr. Harned is able to treat a wide variety of orthopedic and neurologic conditions, he has special interests in shoulder/elbow, knee, ACL, and concussion rehab. For more on Dr. Jonathan Harned, you can find him on Instagram @diamond_dr14 and email him at JHarned@TrueSportsPT.com To keep up to date with everything we are currently doing on the podcast, be sure to subscribe and follow @brawnbody on social media! This episode is brought to you by CTM band recovery products - the EXACT soft tissue recovery technology used by Dan. CTM Band was founded by Dr. Kyle Bowling, a sports medicine practitioner who treats professional athletes (and was a guest on the Brawn Body Podcast!). You can check out their website here: https://ctm.band/collections/ctm-band ... while you're there, be sure to use the coupon code "BRAWN10" for 10% off! Intro Music: from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/ben-johnson/cant-stop-chasing-you License code: GTQQOJMBXDJCZIQO --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/daniel-braun/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/daniel-braun/support
Get to know Rush Medical College [Show summary] Built on the tenets of community service and community engagement, Rush Medical College strives to graduate empathetic physicians. In this episode, Dr. Cynthia Boyd, Associate Dean for Admissions offers a closer look into the program. What makes Rush Medical College unique? A flipped-classroom model of learning and an unwavering dedication to community service [Show notes] Thanks for joining me for the 441st episode of Admissions Straight Talk. Will you be ready, next spring, to apply to your dream medical schools? Are you competitive at your target programs? Accepted's med school admissions quiz can give you a quick reality check. Just go to accepted.com/medquiz, complete the quiz, and you'll not only get an assessment, but also tips on how to improve your chances of acceptance. Plus, it's all free. Now, let's move to today's interview. I'm delighted to have on Admissions Straight Talk, Dr. Cynthia Boyd of Rush Medical College. Dr. Boyd earned her MD at George Washington, where she also did her residency in internal medicine, and later an MBA from Chicago Booth. She joined Rush Medical Center in 1998, and has served in a variety of roles, including Assistant Dean for Minority Affairs, Director of Medical Staff Operations, and Chief Compliance Officer. She moved over to Rush Medical College, full-time, in 2019, and is now the Senior Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion, as well as Associate Dean for Admissions and Recruitment. Dr. Boyd, thank you so much for joining me on Admissions Straight Talk. Can you give us an overview of the Rush Medical College program, focusing on its more distinctive elements? [2:07] Sure, I'll be speaking primarily about the medical school. At Rush University Medical Center, we have four colleges dedicated to the health sciences: the College of Nursing, Health Sciences, Graduate College, and the Medical College. It has been in existence since about 1837. It was the first medical school established, actually, in Chicago. It is very focused on clinical care, outstanding clinical care, integrating that with education, research, and community partnerships. We are located on the west side of Chicago, about five miles from the downtown area, the Chicago Loop, as it is called. Our community is a very diverse community, ranging from very wealthy, to the very poor. More recently, our curriculum was changed to become what is described as a flipped classroom, where the students do the learning. The teacher is not in front of them doing didactics, students do the learning, and then they come to class in a group of their peers to share what they've learned, to ask questions. It puts the focus on them as their learners, versus the faculty putting out all of the information. That's changed within the last five years. Probably, one of the newest innovations has been our curriculum. What does the faculty do in a flipped classroom context? [3:45] There are specific courses, so to speak, that the students will learn and focus on for anywhere from four to six weeks like gases, nutrition, etc. But they are given readings and articles and videos, and a variety of ways to learn on that topic. Then when they come to class, there is both clinical faculty, as well as basic science faculty, at the same time. So we combine both the normal and the abnormal, in this case, both anatomy for example, as well as pathology, etc. The students learn on their own, and they interact with each other. It is very important for them to have those oral communication/interpersonal skills to be able to have these discussions. The faculty are there to facilitate that, facilitate the learning, and also to be able to provide individual learning, if that is necessary. But it puts the focus on the student to actually review and learn the concepts. When I went to medical school, we didn't have that. But when you start seeing patients,
LTC Kelly Bell received her initial commission in 1999 through Marquette University's ROTC program. She served in the 1/334 Army Reception Battalion where she worked as the assistant S-3, S-1, and as a Commander of a very small company. In 2003 she was recommissioned into the Army Nurse Corps and transferred to the 452d CSH where she served as a staff nurse and the assistant head nurse of the emergency medical treatment section. From July 2009 thru June 2010 she was deployed to Afghanistan where she worked in the Intensive Care Unit at the Craig Joint Theater Hospital at Bagram Air Field. Upon returning home she had the privilege of serving as the 3rd Platoon leader. She then served at the Bravo Company Commander, 452D Combat Support Hospital from January 2012 through October 2014. After this duty, she assumed the role of Head Nurse of the Emergency Medical Treatment Section. LTC Bell then became the Nurse Training Officer in the Clinical Services Operations Section of the 807th Medical Command (Deployment Support). She was mobilized as the Medical Readiness Officer for the 103rd Mission Support Element, the rear detachment asset for the 103rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command. Prior to transferring to the 7203d to assume command, LTC Bell was assigned to the 7456th MORU but continued to serve with the 103D ESC on an ADOS Tour as their Medical Readiness Officer and Nurse Advisor for their Cactus COVID Task Force. She is passionate about advocating for and mentoring Soldiers and has spent that last several years initiating policy changes for pregnant and postpartum service members throughout the DOD. She continue this advocacy work through social media and DA level work groups. LTC Bell has attended the Unit Movement Officer Course, Battlefield Trauma Training, Joint Forces Combat Trauma Management Course, Head Nurse Leader Development Course, AMEDD Captain's Career Course, the Commander's and First Sergeant's Course, and Command and General Staff College, and the Joint Medical Planning Tool Course. She is currently enrolled in the Global Health Engagement Master's Certificate Program at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and the Military Lactation Counselor program through Mom 2 Mom Global. Her awards include: the Army Service Ribbon, the National Defense Service Medal, five Army Achievement Medals, seven Army Commendation Medals, two Meritorious Service Medals, seven Army Reserve Components Achievement Medals, the Armed Forces Reserve Medal with silver hourglass and two “M” devices, the Global War On Terrorism Service Medal, the Afghanistan Campaign Medal, and the NATO International Security Assistance Force Medal. In her civilian capacity, LTC Bell worked as an Emergency department nurse at Aurora Sinai Medical Center in Milwaukee, WI for over 11 years. She received her Master's Degree in Nursing Education in June 2013 and was inducted into Sigma Theta Tau, the International Honor Society of Nursing. She lives in Ankeny, IA with her two daughters: Meghan (Jun 2012) and Caelainn (Dec 2015).
Samples of your genetic material may exist at DNA testing and genealogy companies, bone marrow registries, cord blood banks, biobanks, or at fertility clinics. Who owns these samples and the data from them? And are these organizations able to do what they want with them? Joining the conversation are Tania Bubela, dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University; and Jim Woodgett, president and scientific director at the Terry Fox Research Institute. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Dereck Tenckhoff shares a story of an active young man who is sidelined with leg pain for a year. Dr. Tenckhoff is a second generation chiropractor who has been involved in Chiropractic since he was born. He received his first adjustment from his father hours after being born. Growing up he competed in sports including: wrestling, judo, MMA, swimming, and baseball. Chiropractic adjustments helped to keep him healthy and at the top of his game. His passion for chiropractic began when he took more interest in his father's career as a chiropractor. He observed how patients would come to his father after seeing multiple doctors and being told that surgery was their only option. However, these patients would give his father a chance, and would be healed, no longer needing surgery. He knew then that chiropractic was what he wanted to do. He received his Bachelors in Psychology from Chico State University and his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Southern California University of Health Sciences. He is a Cox Certified doctor. Resources: DerekTenckhoffDC on Facebook www.instagram.com/dr.derektenckhoff tenckhoffchiropracticbrea.com Find a Back Doctor thebackdoctorspodcast.com The Cox 8 Table by Haven Medical
Episoe 40, Season 2. Chuck and Chris are joined by Becky Neiduski, hand therapist and Dean of Health Sciences at Elon University. This is a live taping of the podcast with a great discussion of flexor tendon injuries including the surgeon and therapist perspective. Thanks to the ASHT for inviting and for sharing the recording!We plan a newsletter launch soon. Subscribe here: https://wustl.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=c6fe13919f69cbe248767c4e8&id=10e0c1dd85 Survey Link:Help Chuck and Chris understand better what you like and what we can improve. And be entered for drawing to win a mug! https://bit.ly/349aUvzAs always, thanks to @iampetermartin for the amazing introduction and conclusion music.theupperhandpodcast.wustl.edu. And thanks to Eric Zhu, aspiring physician and podcast intern.
I am happy to present to you a delightful conversation I had with Sameera Nayak, MA, who is currently a doctoral student in Population Health in the Bouvé College of Health Sciences at the Institute for Health Equity and Social Justice Research at Northeastern University. Sameera tells me about immigrating to the US from India at 18 for college and navigating the academic system as an immigrant. She very courageously talks about past depressive episodes, her internalized stigma associated with medication use, her decision to start meds, and how they have changed her life for the better. I loved this story! Rescue dogs, cheugi (replaces cringey), eating nutella with a spoon, and bad taste in music. Enjoy! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/shinyepipeople)
It is always a treat when you cross paths with like-minded individuals and engage in stimulating conversations. Not for the sake of being inside an echo chamber with one another, but more so to learn and grow from divergent viewpoints within the same topic and garnering new information from each other. Dr. Tim Jackson is someone I could talk with for hours and hours given his expansive knowledge and expertise, especially in the areas I am most interested in as it relates to health and longevity: light, water and magnetism. On this week's episode of The Red Light Report, Dr. Jackson and I take a deep dive into these areas along with other topics, including detoxification methods, the impact of your tongue for breathing, mitochondrial health and more! Dr. Tim Jackson is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Orthopedic Rehabilitation, and a Functional Medicine provider. He holds a B.S. Degree in Health Science and Chemistry from Wake Forest University. He serves clients in over 15 countries through his telehealth practice at www.healyourbody.org and has helped thousands over the last 8 years. Dr. Jackson is the creator of the “The Heal Your Hormones” bootcamp for neurosurgeon Dr. Jack Kruse's membership community and has contributed to the book “Diagnostic Testing and Functional Medicine” by Ameer Rosic. He has been featured in The Huffington Post, the “Bulletproof Executive,” and “Ben Greenfield Fitness” podcasts on multiple health and medical summits, and in two health documentaries. He serves on the medical advisory board for WellnessMama.com, a site with several million annual visitors and for Your 2nd Half, a foundation that helps athletes with their career transitions. Dr. Jackson is available to comment on various functional medicine and wellness-related topics such as digestive health, energy and fatigue, autoimmune disorders, and mold toxicity. If you like geeking out on all things related to health, wellness and longevity, then you are going to love being a fly on the wall for this conversation. Enjoy! - Dr. Mike Belkowski & Dr. Tim Jackson discuss the following: His journey into the medical world The Heal your Hormones bootcamp, light, water, and magnetism What sparked his excitement for mitochondria How energy affects every system in the body The various things that negatively affect the mitochondria and ways to combat them The cell danger response (similar to fight or flight on the cellular level) Free radicals and how they interact with mitochondria Black mold and how people react differently to it How to heal and detox from microtoxin symptoms Detoxification methods he recommends on a prophylactic measure Probiotics and its role in detoxification Balancing our stress and how to better tap into our parasympathetic nervous system Books he recommends - Six Foot Tiger, Three Foot Cage and Breath How your tongue should be resting in your mouth How the outside world is changing our anatomy and physiology How the Kangen machine produces healthier, anti-inflammatory water How our body's acidity level affects our detoxification ability H3O2 vs H20, Structured water, and what our cells actually use Hydrogen tablets and its benefits His experience with hyperbaric oxygen chambers Does PH level in water get past the stomach acid? Red light therapy and benefits he has seen with himself and patients Things you can do to improve your mitochondrial health and longevity - Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/pWFVVWZhbCw - Learn more about Dr. Tim Jackson: Get 10% off an initial consultation with code DRMIKE: https://healyourbody.org Instagram: @dr.timjackson Facebook: Dr. Tim Jackson - To learn more about red light therapy and shop for the highest-quality red light therapy products, visit www.biolight.shop - Stay up-to-date on social media: Instagram YouTube Facebook
Montel talks with Dr Mikhail Kogan on this episode of Free Thinking, about his new book “Medical Marijuana: Dr. Kogan's Evidence-Based Guide to the Health Benefits of Cannabis and CBD “. Dr Kogan is a geriatrician with the GW Medical Faculty Associates and an associate professor of Medicine at The George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences. His commitment to the importance of integrating different healing modalities with modern-day Western medicine has led him to become a founding board member of the American Board of Integrative Medicine and advisor to number of integrative and holistic medicine associations and companies. In 2012 he founded AIM Health Institute, the first 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area that provides integrative medicine services to low-income and terminally ill patients regardless of their ability to pay. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Listen to Amica Simmons-Yon, PharmD, PhD and Jacquelyn Canning, PharmD, BCPP as they spill the tea about this week's hot topic in celebration of Pharmacists Month. With special guests Dr.'s Ehret and Silvia, they will discuss what's going on in the Pharmacist Corner and explain the role of pharmacists in depression management. Megan Ehret, PharmD, MS, BCPP is a psychiatric pharmacist and a Professor at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. Dr. Ehret is also the Past-President of CPNP and the current Section Editor for the Pharmacist Corner on PsychU. Richard Silvia, PharmD, BCPP is Professor at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Dr. Silvia maintains a practice site at the Codman Square Health Center, in Dorchester, MA. Join the PsychU Podcast team this week and learn more about the role of Pharmacists in depression management. Featuring: • Amica Simmons-Yon, PharmD, PhD, OPDC MSL • Jacquelyn Canning, PharmD, BCPP, OPDC Sr. MSL • Megan Ehret, PharmD, MS, BCPP • Richard Silvia, PharmD, BCPP #MDD #PharmacistsMonth #PharmD The Role Of The Pharmacist In The Treatment Of Depression - PsychU: https://bit.ly/3peY7ms Suicide Stratification Risk Models & The Role Of Pharmacists In Suicide Education & Prevention - PsychU: https://bit.ly/30xH9VX Pharmacist Corner - PsychU: https://bit.ly/3jdtudn Amica Simmons-Yon and Jacquelyn Canning are employees of Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization, Inc. Megan Ehret and Richard Silvia are paid consultants of Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization, Inc. PsychU is supported by Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization, Inc. (OPDC), Otsuka America Pharmaceutical, Inc. (OAPI), and Lundbeck, LLC – committed supporters of the mental health treatment community. The opinions expressed by PsychU's contributors are their own and are not endorsed or recommended by PsychU or its sponsors. The information provided through PsychU is intended for the educational benefit of mental health care professionals and others who support mental health care. It is not intended as, nor is it a substitute for, medical care, advice, or professional diagnosis. Health care professionals should use their independent medical judgement when reviewing PsychU's educational resources. Users seeking medical advice should consult with a health care professional. No CME or CEU credits are available through any of the resources provided by PsychU. Some of the contributors may be paid consultants for OPDC, OAPI, and / or Lundbeck, LLC. US.CORP.X.21.00677
Can we create a course that ensures a student is proficient in all concept groups and not just in some? Where everyone who passes is at a B+ level of proficiency (or better)? In this episode, host Kevin Patton describes his experiment with what he calls proficiency grading. And we have new and appropriately controversial selection for The A&P Professor Book Club: The One World School House by Salman Khan. 00:00 | Introduction 00:56 | Book Club: The One World School House 13:30 | Sponsored by AAA 14:20 | Does Averaging Grades Measure Proficiency? 21:35| Sponsored by HAPI 22:20 | Importance of Foundation Concepts 29:46| Sponsored by HAPS 30:26 | Example of Proficiency Testing 38:47 | Staying Connected ★ If you cannot see or activate the audio player, go to: theAPprofessor.org/podcast-episode-103.html
In this episode, I am having a conversation with the amazing and innovative Lola Berry. Lola's work experience is incredibly rich and expansive. She has a Bachelor of Health Science, written 11 books, was an entrepreneur in a smoothie business, worked in television, runs a coffee business, hosts a podcast, and so much more. We chat about Lola's experience with failing and how she has grown to learn that it's inescapable and a part of our human experience. Her journey through closing businesses, receiving rejection, and learning when to quit (both in business and in relationships) has given her priceless knowledge and intuition that she passionately wants to pass on. Lola is a big advocate for the power of therapy. It has supported her through many challenges, but has also supported and triumphed her through the good times. We need to rewire our thoughts to speak positively to ourselves and move forward. I'm so excited to say that Lola has shared all of her expert knowledge in her newest book, “Fearlessly Failing”, that's due to hit the bookstores on the 1st of November. Do yourself a favour and order a copy as soon as it hits the stores!Topics we cover and where to find them:[0:00]: Intro.[1:04]: Podcast is reaching 60+ countries. [2:30]: Introducing Lola Berry. [6:27]: Failing isn't a negative word. [8:26]: Changing her perspective. [9:31]: Make mistakes to grow. [9:49]: Part of the human experience is pain. [11:26]: Acknowledging in the moment that it sucks. [12:55]: Lessons learnt from her past smoothie business. [15:41]: Her therapist helped work through her goals. [16:52]: Core value of respect is most important in your business. [19:12]: There is power in failing. [20:39]: Take ownership of mistakes through direct conversations. [23:38]: Knowing when to call it quits. [25:22]: Identifying gaslighting.[27:36]: Mantra from ‘Friday Night Lights': Clear eyes, full heart, can't lose. [29:17]: Always ask ‘why' someone says something detrimental. [32:15]: Support from a therapist is non-negotiable. [33:27]: Therapy is a work-out for your brain. [34:54]: Normalize seeking therapy in Australia. [37:14]: Keep going to a therapist when you're feeling both good and bad. [38:07]: Lola has written 10 books. [39:18]: Majored in health science. [41:14]: ‘The Happy Cookbook' became a bestseller immediately. [43:32]: Launching a medicinal adaptogenic hot chocolate. [43:51]: Fearlessly Failing is coming out November 1st [45:47]: Get an entertainment lawyer if you're in the industry. [47:20]: You can build your team. Like this show? Please leave us a review here - All comments and reviews help us break the stigma of mental health so that we can save more lives. Post a screenshot of you listening on Instagram & tag @livinorg @samwebb so we can thank you personally.Episode Resources:Lola Berry | WebsiteLola Berry | InstagramLola CoffeeFearlessly Failing by Lola BerryJoin us at our Facebook Group to continue the conversation and to connect with our community to share stories, access mental health tools and strategies, and to learn more about positive mental health because #itaintweaktospeak.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn Shop Our Apparel to support the cause and start a conversation that could save a life.Book a program in your school or workplace.Donate to support the mission and help us spread the message.
I'm a playful, fun, big child In this episode: How did Brad choose the holistic way? Fear, media, and your health How to find reliable information What's happening next? How long would it take to know the real consequences of what's happening Jabs and controversial opinions Where to find Brad? About Brad: Dr. Campbell believes that we all deserve a life of vitality. His goal is to build a compassionate, lifelong relationship with each patient. Rather than specializing in one area of the body, and seeing all patients as having issues in that area, Dr. Campbell combines all of your history, symptoms, and body systems into one cohesive picture. Dr. Campbell grew up nearby in Lake Forest and Naperville, and majored in Saxophone Performance at Illinois Wesleyan University. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from National University of Health Sciences. Aside from playing music, he enjoys reading, cooking, and spending time with family, friends, and his Irish Setter, Albus Reviews are like a virtual hug and you know I LOVE hugs! It would mean a world to me if you could please write me an honest review so more women can find this show
Much of the Atlantic bubble is intact, but in New Brunswick, cases are spiking. Ontario has mostly escaped unscathed so far, while Saskatchewan and Alberta grapple with a wave worse than the first three. Is this evidence of the pandemic diverging regionally across Canada, or just a more infectious variant that can better find holes that existed the entire time?What have we learned from previous waves that we're employing now? What are we still finding out? And, most importantly, will this be Covid's last wave in Canada?GUEST: Dr. Raywat Deonandan, Global Health Epidemiologist and Associate Professor with the Interdisciplinary School of Health Sciences at the University of Ottawa.
Title: Body: You Can Live and Thrive with Cancer — This is How with Dr. Lori Bouchard, ND Description: Today I am joined by an incredible naturopathic doctor, Lori Bouchard! Lori has dedicated most of her career over the last 12 years to working with patients with cancer. But she doesn't help simply manage their care; she helps them build a life that enables them to thrive and co-exist with cancer. A large portion of Lori's work is to change her patients' perspectives on what it means to have cancer, live in a meaningful way, and add health despite simultaneously managing a disease. Lori truly has an incredible approach and holistic capacity to look at health in the face of a disease that is going to touch all of us in some capacity throughout our lives. In this episode, Lori shares how to live your best life with cancer, what you can do today to take measures toward preventing cancer (especially if it runs in your family), how she helps her patients co-exist and thrive alongside cancer, her philosophy around taking an integrative approach with the management of cancer, and how epigenetics play a massive role in this entire conversation. Key Takeaways: [1:09] About today's episode with Lori Bouchard. [2:10] Welcoming Dr. Lori Bouchard to the podcast! [2:48] Lori shares her background and personal story. [6:52] What Lori has witnessed with removing obstacles in a body that is co-existing with cancer. [10:05] Lori's philosophy around an integrative approach to the management of cancer. [11:42] Has Lori found oncologists that would be open to working with Lori through this integrative process of managing cancer? What is their experience with this integrative approach? [12:49] How Lori recommends that patients approach the conversation of taking an integrative approach with their oncologist. [14:48] The challenge with moving toward the root cause. [15:11] Key advice for taking back your authority and not compromising your health. [15:27] What is epigenetics? How does it relate to cancer and cancer risks? [18:53] The mitochondria: what they are, what they do, and their role in cancer. [20:10] Why do some people that seemingly are so healthy still get cancer? [21:38] The key pillars you can begin to put into place today if your family has a history of cancer. [22:02] Why the decisions you make every single day are of paramount importance. [24:10] Alcohol and its contribution to cancer risk. [26:13] Lori shares what it looks like when she works with patients in helping them to co-exist and thrive alongside cancer. [29:57] Lori's key performance indicators! [32:23] Where to learn more about Lori and the incredible work that she is doing in the world. [32:53] Thanking Dr. Lori Bouchard for joining us today! [33:07] What I loved about today's conversation with Lori. [35:21] All about our upcoming virtual event, Impact LIVEs! Mentioned in This Episode: Dr. Lori Bouchard — Visit to access Lori's book, Cancer Doesn't Own You — 160 Ways to Boost Health and Beat Cancer Daily, for only $1! A Return to Love: Reflections on the Principles of “A Course in Miracles,” by Marianne Williamson IMPACT LIVEs — November 18th‒21st, 2021 More About Dr. Lori Bouchard, ND Dr. Lori Bouchard is an author, an entrepreneur, and a licensed Naturopathic Doctor. Inspired by her mother's vibrancy and knowledge in natural medicines, Lori knew from a young age she would enter the healthcare field. She completed her Degree in Health Science at Western University prior to completing her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine, a four-year full-time program at the prestigious Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto. Lori is also the author of, Live Longer and Stronger with Breast Cancer, endorsed by U.S. Presidential candidate and 4 times NY Times best-selling author, Marianne Williamson. This book is a step-by-step guide to help women fight their cancer more effectively. She is the owner of Oakville's most innovative naturopathic healing center, Inside Health Clinic, which has been helping men and women reverse complicated diseases, such as Lyme, chronic fatigue, Hashimoto's, and infertility, for over a decade. Lori is registered through the College of Naturopathic Doctors Ontario, as well as a member of the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors (OAND), Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND), and the Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians. Connect with my Guest: Websites: IHClinic.ca & DrLori.ca — Visit to access Lori's book, Cancer Doesn't Own You: 160 Ways to Boost Health and Beat Cancer Daily, for only $1! Social Media: Facebook & Instagram If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more: Please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review! Come Join Your Community on The Entrepology Collective Facebook Page! They say that you're the product of the five people with whom you spend the most time. Imagine you could spend time with hundreds of fellow entrepreneurs and go-getters looking to up-level their business, body, and mindset! Come hang out with us on Facebook and let us collectively inspire and support you towards your vision of contribution, your commitment towards better health, and your journey of mindset mastery. We're in this together! Come join us today! CALL TO ACTION My underlying core belief in life and all that I do as an entrepreneur is that when people have their health, they can change the world. The conversation that we had today with Dr. Lori Bouchard was incredibly enlightening and important. What were your key takeaways from this episode? Let us know over on my Instagram @DrMeghanWalker! Tweetables: “Your destiny [isn't cancer.] There are so many things that you can do to take a hold of how the environment is playing a role in turning [certain] genes on and off.” — Lori Bouchard “[Cancer] is 5-10% genetic ... but then really 90% of it is the epigenetic part to the story – what we choose to eat every day, what toxicities we are around, even the people that we hang out with. If we are around really toxic, negative people, that is just as bad for our health vs someone who eats Big Macs every day.” — Lori Bouchard “We all have cancer cells. That's the reality of it. … So we have to look at how our immune system is focusing and getting rid of these abnormal cells every single day.” — Lori Bouchard “[My] mission [is] to help people realize our [bodies are] phenomenal and amazing. My purpose is really spreading that message and helping people realize how powerful they are.” — Lori Bouchard
Bob interviews Brad Walker about the importance of stretching & how to prevent a sports injury. Brad Walker is an internationally recognized stretching and sports injury consultant with 30 years of practical experience in the health and fitness industry. Brad is a Health Science graduate of the University of New England and has postgraduate accreditation's in athletics, swimming and triathlon coaching. He also works with elite level and world champion athletes and lectures for Sports Medicine Australia on injury prevention. Brad's Website: stretchcoach.com Interested in learning more about the products mentioned in today's video: 1) The Anatomy of Stretching Book: https://amzn.to/3xPo3XM 2) The Anatomy of Sports Injuries: https://amzn.to/3nKQSQc
Journal Review in HPB – Surgical Outcomes of the SWOG S1505 Trial Description: Neoadjuvant chemotherapy remains a controversial topic for resectable pancreatic adenocarcinoma. This randomized trial examines surgical and clinical outcomes from peri-operative regimens, mFOLFIRNOX and gem-Abraxane. The HPB Behind the Knife team dives into the specifics of the trial design and findings, as well as sits down with the Principal Investigator Dr. Syed Ahmad himself to ask about the behind-the-scenes decision-making and the investigations yet to come. Links to Papers Reviewed in this Episode Surgical Outcome Results from SWOG S1505: A Randomized Clinical Trial of mFOLFIRINOX Versus Gemcitabine/Nab-paclitaxel for Perioperative Treatment of Resectable Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma Ann Surg. 2020 Sep;272(3):481-486 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32740235/ Efficacy of Periopertive Chemotherapy for Resectable Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma: A Phase 2 Randomized Clinical Trial JAMA Oncol. 2021 Mar;7(3):421-427 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33475684/ Guest: Syed Ahmad, MD (@SyedAAhmad5) is a Professor of Surgery and Chief of the Division of Surgical Oncology at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, and the Director of the UC Cancer Center. He is the surgical chair of SWOG, and a co-Principal Investigator of the SWOG S1505 study in addition to numerous other national trials for pancreatic cancer. Hosts: Timothy Vreeland, MD, FACS (@vreelant) is an Assistant Professor of Surgery at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and Surgical Oncologist at Brooke Army Medical Center Daniel Nelson, DO, FACS (@usarmydoc24) is an Associate Professor of Surgery at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and Surgical Oncologist at William Beaumont Army Medical Center Connor Chick, MD (@connor_chick) is a PGY-4 General Surgery resident at Brooke Army Medical Center Lexy (Alexandra) Adams, MD, MPH (@lexyadams16) is a PGY-3 General Surgery resident at Brooke Army Medical Center Other References from this Episode FOLFIRINOX or Gemcitabine as Adjuvant Therapy for Pancreatic Cancer N Engl J Med. 2018 Dec 20;379:2395-2406 https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1809775 APACT: phase III, multicenter, international, open-label, randomized trial of adjuvant nab-paclitaxel plus gemcitabine (nab-P/G) vs gemcitabine (G) for surgically resected pancreatic adenocarcinoma J Clin Oncol. 2019 May 20;37:no. 15 suppl:4000. https://ascopubs.org/doi/10.1200/JCO.2019.37.15_suppl.4000 Operative Standards in Cancer Surgery: Pancreatoduodenectomy: Superior Mesenteric Artery Dissection American College of Surgeons. 2020 Jun 18. https://www.facs.org/quality-programs/cancer/acs-crp/oscs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bs8xlCr5XyE The AHPBA Podcast The Americas Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-ahpba-podcast/id1501441845 Please visit behindtheknife.org to access other high-yield surgical education podcasts, videos and more.
In this episode, we welcome Kelly Pesanelli, PT, MSPT, a Senior Lecturer at Sargent College in the Department of Health Sciences and the President of the Sargent College Alumni Board. As the Class of 2020 Sargent College Commencement Speaker, Kelly shared her parting advice for the seniors as they move on to a new stage of their lives. The moderator of the podcast is Dr. Karen Jacobs (email@example.com), who is the Associate Dean, Digital Learning and Innovation, a Clinical Professor and the Program Director for the online post-professional doctorate in the occupational therapy program at Sargent College. Marial Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org), a Boston University entry-level occupational therapy doctoral student, composed the music for the podcast.
Today's guests: Dr. Job Krugly & Dr. Brandi Bradshaw Dr Krugly and Dr Bradshaw founded Agape Health & Fitness and pride themselves on providing their patients with the best natural healthcare options available. They have a qualified team of professionals who consistently strive to exceed your expectations. Over the years they have pursued knowledge and techniques to curate comprehensive and effective treatment plans for all of our patients. They focus on all aspects of your health and overall well-being. Services available include but are not limited to Chiropractic care, Sports medicine, Injury rehabilitation, Personal injury and Spinal decompression. We utilize Nutrition response testing to evaluate your required nutritional needs and a gym on site not only for rehabilitation and recovery but for private 1 on 1 group fitness classes. They are also one of the only Animal Chiropractors in Southern Nevada with an office where you can bring in your furry, feathery, scaly family. In short, at Agape Health & Fitness they are dedicated to the wellness of your entire family. Dr Job Krugly is the Head Clinician at Agape Health & Fitness. He earned his bachelor's degree of Biology in Health & Wellness and his Doctorate of Chiropractic at Parker University in Dallas, Texas. While attending Parker University Dr. Krugly spent almost all his free time dedicated to his education, he was the Vice President of the Nutrition club, a teacher's assistant for Systemic Anatomy and the class representative for Human Dissection. He was on the Dean's Honor roll throughout his time at Parker. He was awarded the Who's Who of American Universities and Colleges Students and he was even awarded Blue Coat status for his excellence in patient care. Dr. Krugly completed his Diploma of Sports Medicine from the Southern University of Health Sciences. He is board certified in Chiropractic Sports Medicine through the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians. Additionally, he has obtained Diplomate status with the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians. In Dr. Krugly's free time he is always studying to not only keep his mind sharp but to study the latest research in sports medicine and functional medicine. When he doesn't have his nose buried in the books you can catch him in the gym at the office or practicing Tang Soo Do. Dr. Brandi Bradshaw is one of Agape Health & Fitness' Chiropractors, she is also Agape's Animal Chiropractor. She earned her Bachelors of Science in nursing from Mesa State College. In the beginning of her medical career Dr. Bradshaw worked as an Oncology nurse, Medical nurse, Surgical nurse, Telemetry nurse, Psych nurse and a Labor & Delivery nurse. She then earned her Doctorate in Chiropractic at Parker University in Dallas Texas where she also attended a post-graduate program certified by the AVCA for Animal Chiropractic. Dr. Bradshaw is one of the only few doctors in Nevada with the ability to treat animals using chiropractic. In Dr. Bradshaw's free time she enjoys spending time outside with our team mascot Naholly. She also spends time coming up with delicious healthy recipes that she shares with our patients. Dr. Bradshaw is currently enrolled in the Nutrition and Functional medicine program through the Functional Medicine University and plans on furthering her knowledge in Nutrition Response Testing. On this episode: Stacey is joined by Dr. Brandi Bradshaw and Dr. Job Krugly for a conversation on consistent improvement, finding success while doing what you love, and 24/7 relationships. Key Takeaways: -Constantly develop and uplevel yourself. -Fuel the love of what you do. -Price is only an issue in the absence of value. Tweetable Quotes: "Everytime a patient comes in, you want to have the tools to have the tools to help them." -Dr. Brandi Bradshaw "If you're not well, you can't sell. I stress self-care so often because business owners tend to burn the candle...
Dr. Bob DeMaria is an experienced healthcare provider with over 40 years experience helping individuals from all over the world without ever prescribing a single medication. His educational background includes a degree in Human Biology, specialties in Spinal Engineering and Natural Orthopedic Treatments, valedictorian of his chiropractic class at National University of Health Sciences, and an NHD degree. He is the founder of The Drugless Doctors, a chiropractic and nutrition-based practice, with locations in Cleveland, Ohio and Naples, Florida. His extensive research and clinical observations have been the foundation for his ten books, including Dr. Bob's Drugless Guide to Mental Health and Dr. Bob's Guide to balancing female hormones We talk about why more people are seeing hormone imbalances, how to balance them (men and women), the low Testosterone epidemic and so much more! Check out Dr. Bob: https://druglessdoctor.com/ https://www.instagram.com/druglessdoctor/ Sponsored By: Soul CBD https://www.mysoulcbd.com/pages/realfoodology Code REALFOODOLOGY gets you 15% OFF! www.organifi.com/realfoodology Code REALFOODOLOGY gets you 20% Off Get 40% off your first order at http://www.magicmind.co with code COURTNEYFRIENDS
Friends, thanks for joining me on this episode. I am speaking with Physical Therapist Zachary Stearns about how to screen for psychological factors when treating patients with chronic pain. Zachary is a physical therapist in Durham, North Carolina. He's board-certified in Orthopedic Physical Therapy and has worked in outpatient clinics, which have a focus on musculoskeletal pain management. He's currently working on a large research study, which is called the AIM-back program. This is a collaborative effort between Duke University and the U.S Department of Veterans Affairs. He's also a PhD student in Health Sciences. In this episode, we discuss the benefits of screening for psychological factors or what we call “yellow flags” in chronic pain management. What types of screening tools can you use? Self-report measures that you can use in your practice. As physical medicine professionals, should we be screening for suicidality? If we do have a positive screening, how do we approach that? How do we follow through with that? Finally, the barriers to implementing and screening psychological factors in clinical practice. I want to thank Zachary for joining me on this episode. If you're a clinician, this is a content-rich episode where we go deep into how to screen for psychological factors, which are important. We also touch on the topic of suicidality. We have a little bit of a healthy discussion on, “Should we be screening for suicide and what do we do after we screen for suicide?” Zachary also just finished writing a paper in the Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy. I did mention that at the beginning of the episode. It's great. It's really useful and it would help you. Without further ado, let's begin and let's meet physical therapist, Zachary Stearns. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join the Healing Pain Podcast Community today: integrativepainsciencinstitute.com Healing Pain Podcast Facebook Healing Pain Podcast Twitter Healing Pain Podcast YouTube Healing Pain Podcast LinkedIn Healing Pain Podcast Instagram
In this episode, I sat down with Kate Deering and Dr. Jamie Seeman for a fun discussion on nutrition and our metabolism. This was a great, civilized conversation between two people who have different approaches to nutrition. They both agree on a lot, including the importance of eating real foods, especially animal products, and avoiding highly processed foods like seed oils. They both have a great deal of experience in the department of women's health and the effects of lifestyle on hormonal health. Kate Deering is a respected personal trainer and holistic nutritional, exercise, and lifestyle coach. With more than 20 years experience in the health and fitness industry, she prides herself on her out-of-the-box methods that support metabolic health and improve health and body function. Kate has committed her life to finding the answers to optimal health, a high metabolism, and true happiness. Her own journey to health and happiness became the foundation of her teachings and helped her understand why health is not established with dieting and over-exercising but with self-love and an increase in cellular metabolism—usually achieved with eating more and working out less. She is the author of the book: How to heal your metabolism and on instagram @katedeeringfitness Dr Jaime Seeman is a board certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist practicing in Omaha, Nebraska. Born and raised in the state she played collegiate softball for the Cornhuskers. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition, Exercise and Health Sciences. She then went on to graduate medical school and completed her OBGYN residency at The University of Nebraska Medical Center. She currently is in private practice at Mid City OBGYN offering a full range of services in obstetrics, gynecology, robotic surgery and primary care. She is a fellow in Integrative Medicine at The University of Arizona School of Medicine. She is a board certified ketogenic nutrition specialist and has a passion for fitness, preventative medicine and ketogenic therapy not only in her medical practice but in her own life. You can find her on instagram @doctorfitandfabulous SHOW NOTES: (7:45) Kate's take on nutrition – the bioenergetic view (9:45) Dr. Jamie Seeman's nutrition strategy (14:05) Why context matters & metabolic flexibility (17:30) What's our preferred fuel source? (19:45) Is ketosis a stressful state? (22:30) Glucose vs. Fat and ATP production (26:00) How to start out with a pro-metabolic diet (30:30) Problems with low fat diets (34:30) Why we may want more carbs (38:20) Concerns with Glycemic variability (41:00) A low body temperature and the thyroid (45:30) What constitutes a healthy metabolism? (50:15) Women & chronic dieting (51:20) Why not let the body produce its own glucose? (56:00) The modern world creates chronic stress (1:00:00) Is red meat a superfood? (1:05:00) The problem with cruciferous vegetables GET THE MEAT! http://NosetoTail.org GET THE FREE SAPIEN FOOD GUIDE! http://Sapien.org Follow along: http://twitter.com/FoodLiesOrg http://instagram.com/food.lies http://facebook.com/FoodLiesOrg
Dr. Gabriel Monterrubio and his patient Dr. Diego Paris share his story of a lumbar disc herniation and the treatment he receives to keep him operating. Dr. Gabriel Monterrubio Santa María graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic, U.S.A., in 1989. In 1997, he also received his certificate as a “Sports Medical Chiropractor”. In the period from 2000 to 2002 he completed his master's degree in “Organizational Human Development” at the University of Celaya. He is an active member of the College of Chiropractic Scientific Professionals of Mexico. He has been Vice President of the Mexican Federation of Sports Chiropractic. He obtained the Certificate of the National University of Health Sciences on April 21, 2013, in “Techniques of Adjustment and Manipulation” from Dr. James M. Cox. He won a recognition for his participation in September 2013 at the 15TH International interdisciplinary Chiropractic Congress. He achieved a record of attendance at the Annual Sports Chiropractic Congress held in October 2012 by the Mexican Federation of Sports Chiropractic. Dr. Gabriel Monterrubio is also a Chiropractic Certified Sports Physician. In Santo Domingo, Rep. Dominican Republic in October 2009, he achieved the certificate in “Sports Medicine”, by the International Olympic Committee. In San Juan de Puerto Rico in the year 2000, he obtained a certificate in “Technique of Dr. Cox Part 1”. In October 2002 he received his record for participation in the “International Congress of Physical Therapy”, awarded by the National Polytechnic Institute, Academic Secretariat, Mexican Association of Physical Therapy. Chiropractor Dr. Gabriel Monterrubio Santa María currently has 30 years of experience. Resources: Contact Dr. Monterrubio email@example.com (442) 213 4159 Dr. Monterrubio on YouTube Find a Back Doctor The Cox 8 Table by Haven Medical
Shannon Jones (she/her/hers) is the Director of Libraries for the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. Prior to her arrival at MUSC, Shannon worked as the Associate Director for Research and Education for Tompkins-McCaw Library for the Health Sciences at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. Shannon focuses her research on staff recruitment and retention, diversity, equity, and inclusion in libraries, and leadership in academic health sciences libraries. Shannon is the co-editor of Diversity and Inclusion in Libraries: A Call to Action and Strategies for Success. She holds an MLS from North Carolina Central University and an M.Ed. in Adult Learning from Virginia Commonwealth University. She is currently pursuing an Ed.D in Educational Leadership at Charleston Southern University. Beverly Murphy (she/her/hers) serves as the Assistant Director of Communications and Web Content Management at the Duke University Medical Center Library & Archives where she manages and maintains the Library's website, marketing, and digital communication. Beverly has been a librarian for 40 years and is an alumnus of North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC, where she received a BS in Biology and a Masters in Library Science. She is a Distinguished member of the Academy of Health Information Professionals and has served in a variety of capacities for the Medical Library Association (MLA) including serving as the first African-American President of the Association, an MLA Fellow, MLA Diversity and Inclusion Task Force Board Liaison (now Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee), and Chair of the MLA Professional Recruitment and Retention Committee. In addition to MLA activities, Beverly is active in the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of MLA and the Association of North Carolina Health and Science Libraries (ANCHASL). Along with Shannon Jones, Beverly is co-editor of Diversity and Inclusion in Libraries: A Call to Action and Strategies for Success which was published in August 2019.
Irene Lyon is a nervous system expert, teaches people around the world how to work with the nervous system to transform trauma, heal body and mind, and live full, creative lives. To date, her online programs have reached over 4000 people in over 90 countries. Irene has a Master's Degree in Biomedical and Health Science and also has a knack for making complex info easy for ALL of us to understand and apply to our lives. Her website Her previous episode WHO IS MARK STRUCZEWSKI? Mark “Ski” Struczewski (Mister Productivity) works with executives to help them gain control of their time by taming distractions so they can experience less overwhelm, feel a sense of freedom, and enjoy their lives. In addition to being a productivity coach, Mark is a speaker, host of The Mark Struczewski Podcast, and author. His strategies have guided CEOs/Executive Directors, business owners, business corporate specialists, and entrepreneurs to get back control of their time. You can find out more about how to connect with Mark and his mission to create confident leaders at MisterProductivity.com. Does your to-do list have you overwhelmed? When you join my Digital Productivity Coaching (DPC) Program, you'll learn how to get and stay focused, become untangled from the chaos of your to-do list, experience less overwhelm, and have time to do what you really want to do! Find out more and sign up today at MarkStruczewski.com/dpc Get instant access to The Basics of Productivity Course at MarkStruczewski.com/bofp Become a Mark Struczewski Insider and get productivity tips and exclusive content that I only share with email subscribers. Follow Mark on LinkedIn, TikTok, Instagram, and Snapchat.