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Women's Healthcast
Know Your STIs: Syphilis

Women's Healthcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 25:46


According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, rates of the sexually transmitted infection syphilis have been climbing across the country. In Wisconsin in particular, the state's Department of Health Services recently recommended pregnant people be screened twice during pregnancy for syphilis, which can have significant affects on fetal health and development. On this episode Dr. Ryan Luellwitz joins us to talk about signs and symptoms of syphilis, the importance of frequent testing for STIs, and how to lower your risk for encountering syphilis. Dr. Luellwitz is an obstetrician-gynecologist in the UW-Madison Department of Ob-Gyn. Have a suggestion for a future episode? Let us know what health issues you'd like to learn about here! https://forms.gle/XaoArBtnxfHxA4Up7 

AFP: American Family Physician Podcast
Bonus Episode 14 -- January 10, 2022 AFP: American Family Physician

AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 47:28


The advocacy episode: How can family physicians, students, and residents best advocate for our specialty, our patients, and our communities? Special guests are AAFP Board Member, Dr. Sarah Nosal; AAFP Senior Vice President, Stephanie Quinn; state legislator Representative, Kelli Butler; former state legislator, Senator Heather Carter; and former Director of State Department of Health Services, Will Humble. Topics include the first steps for becoming an advocate, using your voice, the five types of advocacy, engaging with your legislators, AAFP advocacy priorities, the role of professional associations, and the most important issues decided on a state level.

The Whole Health Cure
"The Science of Positive Psychology" with Liana Lianov, MD, MPH

The Whole Health Cure

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 30:00


Liana Lianov, MD, MPH, FACLM, FACPM, DipABLM is the President of Global Positive Health Institute. As an innovative global leader in lifestyle medicine, Liana Lianov, MD, MPH, FACLM, FACPM, DipABLM has advanced the movement for integrating positive psychology into health care. She led the development of the original lifestyle medicine core competencies for physicians and health professionals, which have recently been expanded to include positive psychology-based knowledge and skills. She serves as the President of the Global Positive Health Institute, chair of the Happiness Science and Positive Health Committee of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine (ACLM), lead faculty for the ACLM Physician and Health Professional Wellbeing Program, and vice-chair of the American Board of Lifestyle Medicine.Dr. Lianov is the immediate past president of the Positive Health and Wellbeing Division of the International Positive Psychology Association, A few of her notable past roles include president of the ACLM, director for the Healthy Lifestyles Division of the American Medical Association and board regent for the American College of Preventive Medicine. She also directed programs in heart disease, stroke and cancer prevention at the California Department of Health Services.In 2018, Dr. Lianov convened the inaugural Summit on Happiness Science in Health Care cosponsored by the ACLM and Dell Medical School, which led to scholarly publications and a groundbreaking book on how to integrate happiness science into medical practice, Roots of Positive Change, Optimizing Health Care with Positive Psychology. To further this mission, she founded the Global Positive Health Institute (https://www.positivehealth.world) which provides positive psychology education and practical tools for health professionals to use in their clinical practices and support their personal well-being. You can follow her work with the GPHI on FB and Instagram @globalpositivehealth. Her latest book, Strengths in the Mirror, Thriving Now and Tomorrow shares inspirational stories from colleagues and sums up how we all can flourish through healthy lifestyles, positive activities and personal strengths. To learn more, explore the links below:Strengths in the Mirror, by Liana Lianov, MD, MPH BookGlobal Positive Health Institute - https://positivehealth.worldMy Happy Avatar - http://www.myhappyavatar.comThe Greater Good Science Center and Greater Good In Action This podcast is brought to you by Emory Lifestyle Medicine & Wellness. To learn more about our work, please visithttps://bit.ly/EmoryLM

The Source
Questionable expenditures at a San Antonio nonprofit prompt concerns about accountability for state-funded health services providers

The Source

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 27:01


A 20-month KSAT 12 investigation uncovered tens of thousands of dollars in questionable spending by a local organization largely funded by the state's Texas Pregnancy Care Network.

Arizona Physician Podcast
Christian Breburda, MD, PhD, on Heart Failure

Arizona Physician Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 14:56


Christian Breburda, MD, PhD, FACC, FASE, FESC, Director of CV Imaging at Heart & Vascular Center of Arizona, discusses the burden of heart failure on the healthcare system. He also describes the pathophysiology and symptoms of heart failure. Dr. Breburda shares risk factors and treatment goals, current therapies, and tips for primary care physicians. Dr. Breburda is also Chair of Cardiovascular Imaging for the American College of Cardiology AZ, Clinical Professor of Medicine for the University of Arizona College of Medicine, Professor of Medicine at the Creighton University School of Medicine, Clinical Professor of Medicine at Midwestern University, and Attending Cardiologist for Banner University Medical Center, St Joseph Medical Center, and Abrazo Heart Institute. Hosted and produced by John McElligott. Brought to you by the Maricopa County Medical Society. This episode is sponsored by Arizona Department of Health Services and Rx Security. Music by Blue Dot Sessions.

AMA Journal of Ethics
Author Interview: "Why Don't Medicare and Medicaid Cover Dental Health Services?"

AMA Journal of Ethics

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 7:50


Jorie Braunold joins Ethics Talk to discuss her article: Why Don't Medicare and Medicaid Cover Dental Health Services?  Recorded October 19, 2021 

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast
How a California Health Plan is Driving Clinical and Quality Outcomes Through Data Sharing and Incentives

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 22:59


In this episode, we are joined by Nicole Sunder, Director Health Plan Solution Design, PointClickCare and Paul Stout, Program Manager HIE Quality Improvement, Health Services at L.A. Care Health Plan to discuss the meaning of quality, what information is necessary to share to drive outcomes, what Alternative Payment Models mean for the healthcare ecosystem and much more.This episode is sponsored by PointClickCare.

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast
How a California Health Plan is Driving Clinical and Quality Outcomes Through Data Sharing and Incentives

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 22:59


In this episode, we are joined by Nicole Sunder, Director Health Plan Solution Design, PointClickCare and Paul Stout, Program Manager HIE Quality Improvement, Health Services at L.A. Care Health Plan to discuss the meaning of quality, what information is necessary to share to drive outcomes, what Alternative Payment Models mean for the healthcare ecosystem and much more.This episode is sponsored by PointClickCare.

Radio Sweden
Company's unvaccinated workers could be fired, Covid pill bought by health service, new laws for 2022

Radio Sweden

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 2:24


A round-up of the main headlines on December 30th, 2021. You can hear more reports on our homepage www.radiosweden.se, or in our app Sveriges Radio Play. Presenter: Loukas ChristodoulouProducer: Frank Radosevich

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
How is the Health Service coping?

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 12:11


Anne O Connor, HSE Chief Operations Officer, discusses how hospitals are coping with the latest Covid-19 surge, why some healthcare workers are being asked to work despite having Covid-19, and potential plans to reduce some hospital services.

Let's Talk Indianola
Let’s Talk Indianola – Warren County Health Services

Let's Talk Indianola

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 9:49


Today’s Harvest Academy Let’s Talk Indianola features Warren County Health Services Director Jodene DeVault about the health situation of Warren County going into 2022

Let's Talk Guthrie County
Let’s Talk Guthrie County- Guthrie County Health Services Director Jotham Arber Part 2

Let's Talk Guthrie County

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 9:33


We discuss new variant, 28E Agreement with Audubon and more.

Let's Talk Guthrie County
Let’s Talk Guthrie County- Guthrie County Health Services Director Jotham Arber

Let's Talk Guthrie County

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 9:39


We discuss with Guthrie County Health Services Director Jotham Arber about personal health, ARPA funds and more.

Alan Carter
Asymptomatic Ontario hospital workers exposed to COVID need not isolate if they test negative

Alan Carter

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 14:23


Alan speaks with Dr. John Granton, a critical care physician and interim medical director of Health Services at University Health Network, about new isolation rules for health-care workers that balances theoretical COVID risk vs. the safety of patients. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

WUWM News
State health officials urge Wisconsinites to help drive down COVID-related hospitalizations and deaths

WUWM News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 3:05


As the highly contagious Omicron variant is expected to cause a rapid increase in COVID-19 cases, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services called on all residents Monday to take urgent action.

Veterans  Radio
Dr. Laura Purdy Discusses the Future of Telehealth

Veterans Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 31:00


Dr. Laura E. Purdy received her medical training from the Uniformed Services University of Health Services. She spent 14 years in the Army.  Now with MD Integrations, Purdy is assisting in the rollout of telehealth to a wider cross-section of health providers and patients. She talks about some of the challenges of telehealth (acceptance, security, technology) at a time when VA has increased its use by over 1000% post-pandemic. Dr. Purdy, now living in Tennessee, talks with host Jim Fausone about the changes that are coming to this health care delivery mechanism. 

Manx Radio - Update
76 new - now 770 cases, 8 in Nobles, 0 in ICU, anaesthetists reported for manslaughter, Viking brooches on display, 'Black Eye' Friday & health service under severe strain. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #manxradio #news

Manx Radio - Update

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 26:52


76 new - now 770 cases, 8 in Nobles, 0 in ICU, anaesthetists reported for manslaughter, Viking brooches on display, 'Black Eye' Friday & health service under severe strain. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #manxradio #news

Arizona Physician Podcast
Sarah Leffler, MD, MPH, on the Transition from Residency to Private Practice

Arizona Physician Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 10:50


Sarah Leffler, MD, MPH, discusses her transition from pediatric residency to private practice in Arizona. Dr. Leffler earned her MD and MPH degrees from the University of Arizona and completed her residency in pediatrics at Phoenix Children's Hospital. Hosted by Mariana Nicolaides. This episode is sponsored by Arizona Department of Health Services and Rx Security. Arizona Physician podcast is produced by Maricopa County Medical Society. Music by Blue Dot Sessions.

Restorers: A Water Street Podcast
Exploring The Roots Of Homelessness and Introducing Our Whole Person Model

Restorers: A Water Street Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 39:16


What can lead people to be on the street varies from person to person. It can be as personal as a lack of relational equity or encountering a major health event, or it could be more systemic, such as the inability to find affordable housing or clear an eviction record. In this episode, we'll explore those roots and others, and uncover how they lead someone to be on the street. We'll also introduce you to our Whole Person Model, which aims to give those facing poverty and homelessness individualized tools to move out of their current situation and find sustainable restoration. This means not just having the ability to keep a place to live, but the healing of the entire individual, mind, body, and soul, so they can begin to thrive in all areas of life and eventually become a restorer of others. Rick Rutter, Pastor of Crossroads Mennonite Church in Lancaster City, and Colleen Adams, Water Street's VP of Health Services, join us for the conversation.

Stanford Medcast
Episode 29: COVID-19 Mini-series - Empowering Physicians to Combat Vaccine Misinformation

Stanford Medcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 34:46


This episode focuses on empowering physicians to combat vaccine misinformation. The discussion is led by Jennifer John, a student at Stanford University. She interviews Dr. Atul Nakhasi, Physician & Policy Advisor, LA County Department of Health Services and co-founder of #Thisisourshot, the country's leading vaccine trust movement by frontline healthcare workers and Renee DiResta, Research Manager, at the Stanford Internet Observatory. The conversation addresses how to build trust with patients to help them overcome the fear and misinformation that has permeated the media since the beginning of the pandemic in early 2020. The goal is to help patients understand the importance of the COVID-19 vaccines in saving lives and to assure them of vaccine safety and efficacy. Read Transcript CME Information: https://stanford.cloud-cme.com/medcastepisode29 Claim CE: https://stanford.cloud-cme.com/Form.aspx?FormID=1019

Higher Ed ReWired
Rewiring Mental Health Services For A Post Pandemic Campus

Higher Ed ReWired

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 20:35


About this episodeThe COVID-19 pandemic revealed structural weaknesses and inequities across the nation in all major industries - housing, government, finance, health care, and education. This revelation resulted in educational institutions across the nation successfully reworking the more traditional aspects of student success such as instructional modality, classroom technology, and basic needs. However, most institutions continue to seek the elusive answer to the problem of finding the best practice in addressing the fragility of mental health services on the college campus.Higher Ed Rewired has a roundtable discussion with three student leaders from the California State University as they recount what the pandemic meant for their mental health. We also meet with Dr. Eric Wood, Director of Counseling and Mental Health at Texas Christian University, and Dr. Sarah Lipson, Co-Principal Investigator and Associate Director of the Healthy Minds Network, as they provide solutions and discuss what universities should be doing to address the mental health crises on the college campus. Featured on the Episode:Dr. Sarah Ketchen Lipson is an assistant professor in the Department of Health Law Policy and Management at the Boston University School of Public Health. She is co-Principal Investigator of the Healthy Minds Study and Associate Director of the Healthy Minds Network.Lipson's research focuses on understanding and addressing mental health inequalities in adolescent and young adult populations, especially college students. She employs varied methodologies, including large-scale epidemiological surveys and population-level interventions. Her work has been featured in the Boston Globe, New York Times, Huffington Post, and NPR.At BUSPH, she teaches Research Theory and Design and Applied Studies in Health Services Research and is faculty director of the Master's of Science in Health Services and Systems Research Lipson completed a dual PhD at the University of Michigan in Health Services Organization and Policy at the School of Public Health and Higher Education at the School of Education, and a master's degree from Harvard University. Dr. Eric Wood currently serves as the Director of Counseling & Mental Health at Texas Christian University and has over 12 years of experience in college mental health, including serving on the advisory board for the National College Depression Partnership and a peer reviewer for the Journal of American College Health. Wood holds a PhD in Psychology from the University of North Texas. The highest priority for he and his staff is stewarding the trust that TCU students, and their families, give us regarding their mental health and psychological well-being. He is committed to providing the highest quality of care and maintaining TCU's recognized status as one of the leading institutions in the field of college campus counseling.Joshua Ochoais currently serving as the Associated Students President at San Francisco State University, and earning his Master's in Public Administration. Joshua believes “we must all be and fight for the change that we want to see in the world.” At SFSU, Joshua has served students on the Associated Students Board of Directors by advocating for expanding basic needs initiatives, tuition-free public college, and equitable access to public transportation. He is motivated to fight for working-class issues through writing public policy, people-centered urban planning, and a constant push for advocacy and activism.Dixie Samaniego (Ella/She/Her) is a third-year Political Science major and Women and Gender Studies minor at California State University Fullerton. Dixie is a proud Latina, daughter of immigrants, and a first-generation high school graduate and higher education student. She serves as the California State University Fullerton's Associated Students Incorporated Chief Governmental Officer and as a Director and the Vice-Chair of Legislative Affairs on the Cal State Student Association. In addition to her campus advocacy, Dixie is the co-founder and Creative Director of The Black + Brown Healing Project, a grassroots organization working to center healing in advocacy through collective action. She is a huge fan of the MCU and all things music." D'Aungilique Jackson, ASI President at Fresno State Return on Investment Calculator for College Mental Health Services and Programs by the Healthy Minds Network:  https://umich.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6xN9QUSlFtgtRQh Resources for people struggling with depression, anxiety, thoughts of suicide:California State University Mental Health Serviceshttps://www.calstate.edu/attend/student-services/Pages/mental-health-services.aspxThe CSU provides programs and services to support the psychological and emotional health of our students. Mental health and counseling services on the campuses offer support and strive to help students achieve their academic, personal and professional goals.The National Suicide Prevention Lifelinesuicidepreventionlifeline.orgAvailable to anyone in crisis, feeling suicidal, or in emotional distress. You can speak to them online or over the phone by calling 1-800-273-8255.The TREVOR Projectthetrevorproject.orgSpecific crisis support for LGBTQ+ young people is available on 1-866-488-7386.SAFE Alternatives for self-abuseselfinjury.comHelpline: 800-366-8288.Trans Lifelinetranslifeline.org/hotlineA peer support service run by trans people, for trans and questioning callers in crisis. Call 877-565-8860. 

Influential Entrepreneurs with Mike Saunders, MBA
Interview with Air Force Chief Master Sergeants Ericka E. Kelly and Lefford Fate about their New Book P.E.R.S.I.S.T.E.N.C.E.

Influential Entrepreneurs with Mike Saunders, MBA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 52:00


This book will give you an inside look for anybody planning on serving, currently serving, or who has served to help them be successful and significant.You will hear from Chiefs in their own words, with different personalities, and different backgrounds. Each word relates to the more significant theme.You will learn how to be persistent, not give up, and have faith in yourself!P – PassionE – ExcellenceR – ResiliencyS – SignificanceI – IdentityS – ServiceT – TransformationE – EnthusiasmN – NobleC – CompassionateE – EncouragerBuy on AmazonAbout Chief Master Sergeant Ericka E. KellyFollowing two separate decades long careers of service to the nation, Ericka chooses to further disseminate the ideals of effective and meaningful leadership in her retired life. She is the CEO and Founder of Ericka Kelly Enterprises where she uses her experience both as a high-ranking Air Force Sr. Noncommissioned Officer and Senior DHS agent to assist companies and individuals alike, increasing productivity and teamwork effectiveness. Ericka is a professional speaker, executive coach, and trainer. She helps thousands of leaders to become better communicators, to establish trust, and credibility with others. Her coaching skills and mentorship allow individuals to realize their potential and to achieve greater goals for themselves and the companies/organizations they work for.As the 17th Command Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Reserve Command combined with being the Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chief of the Air Force Reserve, Ericka was the first Hispanic female to assume these roles. Under both positions, Ericka represented the highest enlisted executive leadership level in the military. She advised the Commander on all issues regarding the readiness, training, welfare, morale, and proper utilization and progress of more than 74,000 civilians/enlisted/officer active duty and Reserve Citizen Airmen serving at more than 60 military bases worldwide. She also provided direction to the Reserve Forces and represented their interests at all levels of government, other military branches, and in joint strategic and operational war-fighting environments.In addition to her personal business and military service, Ericka has more than 27 years of government management and law enforcement experience. She served as a Senior Criminal Investigator for the Department of Homeland Security; Customs and Border Protection. Furthermore, she was the lead investigator in a multitude of task forces across a wide range of different mission sets, including but not limited to national security.Ericka Kelly's educational accolades include: Master of Business Administration, Military Studies, Trident University; a Bachelor of Arts, Criminal Justice |Foreign Languages (Spanish and French), University of Nevada; an Associate of Applied Science, Allied Health Sciences, Air Force Community College. She also holds the following accreditations: Professional Manager Certification (PMC); International John Maxwell Certification (JMT); Licensed Diversity and Inclusion Facilitator; & certified Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT).Ericka's excellency as a service person both in the military and law enforcement are recognized beyond her subordinates and superiors. The United States Congress has seen fit to bestow her with the following accolades: Exceptional leadership skills, public; community service; speaking/mentorship/training abilities; language (Spanish) expertise; physical fitness, and an outstanding performer in stressful military/civilian situations.Contact Ericka E. Kelly at www.erickakellyenterprises.comAbout Chief Master Sergeant Lefford FateLefford is the founder and President of It's Your Fate Coaching Company. Fate is certified to facilitate, speak, train, and coach individuals and groups in leadership development, professional skills, and personal growth with the Napoleon Hill Foundation and the John Maxwell Team. Professionally he has mentored and served thousands of people.A great leader once said that the two greatest days in a person's life are the day they were born and the day they discovered why they were born. He believes there is a ”why” for everyone; that each of us was created with the potential to achieve greatness, to make a difference in the world, to add value to others, and as a result, experience a full and rewarding life. For over 30 years, Lefford's purpose was to defend our nation, and now that purpose is helping people discover their life's purpose and grow to their full potential. He has written four books in this endeavor, and co-authored “Success Starts Today” with Jack Canfield. Fate also gave a TEDx Talk on “Correcting Correction: Why I am In Prison,” which garnered over 550,000 views.In August 2012, he retired from active duty in the United States Air Force after over 30 years of service. Prior to retiring, Fate served as the Command Chief Master Sergeant for the 20th Fighter Wing, Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, where he was an executive advisor to the Wing Commander and the installation's senior enlisted leader. He was responsible for the training, professional development of 8,500+ military personnel, morale, and welfare of over 31,000 families and retirees at the nation's largest F-16 combat fighter wing in the Combatant Air Forces.Since retiring from the military, he served as the Mental Health Program Director at Prisma-Tuomey Hospital in Sumter, South Carolina, the Deputy Director for Health Services for the South Carolina Department of Corrections, and now serves as the Director of Support Services for the City of Sumter, South Carolina.A native of Georgia, Fate holds a Master's Degree in Human Relations and a Bachelor's Degree in Social Psychology. He is committed to modeling his core values of Integrity first, Service before self, and Excellence in all he does. Additionally, he is married to Jody, and they have four beautiful children and three beautiful grandchildren.Contact Lefford Fate at www.leffordfate.comInfluential Influencers with Mike Saundershttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/influential-entrepreneurs-with-mike-saunders/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/interview-with-air-force-chief-master-sergeants-ericka-e-kelly-and-lefford-fate-about-their-new-book-p-e-r-s-i-s-t-e-n-c-e

Business Innovators Radio
Interview with Air Force Chief Master Sergeants Ericka E. Kelly and Lefford Fate about their New Book P.E.R.S.I.S.T.E.N.C.E.

Business Innovators Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 52:00


This book will give you an inside look for anybody planning on serving, currently serving, or who has served to help them be successful and significant.You will hear from Chiefs in their own words, with different personalities, and different backgrounds. Each word relates to the more significant theme.You will learn how to be persistent, not give up, and have faith in yourself!P – PassionE – ExcellenceR – ResiliencyS – SignificanceI – IdentityS – ServiceT – TransformationE – EnthusiasmN – NobleC – CompassionateE – EncouragerBuy on AmazonAbout Chief Master Sergeant Ericka E. KellyFollowing two separate decades long careers of service to the nation, Ericka chooses to further disseminate the ideals of effective and meaningful leadership in her retired life. She is the CEO and Founder of Ericka Kelly Enterprises where she uses her experience both as a high-ranking Air Force Sr. Noncommissioned Officer and Senior DHS agent to assist companies and individuals alike, increasing productivity and teamwork effectiveness. Ericka is a professional speaker, executive coach, and trainer. She helps thousands of leaders to become better communicators, to establish trust, and credibility with others. Her coaching skills and mentorship allow individuals to realize their potential and to achieve greater goals for themselves and the companies/organizations they work for.As the 17th Command Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Reserve Command combined with being the Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chief of the Air Force Reserve, Ericka was the first Hispanic female to assume these roles. Under both positions, Ericka represented the highest enlisted executive leadership level in the military. She advised the Commander on all issues regarding the readiness, training, welfare, morale, and proper utilization and progress of more than 74,000 civilians/enlisted/officer active duty and Reserve Citizen Airmen serving at more than 60 military bases worldwide. She also provided direction to the Reserve Forces and represented their interests at all levels of government, other military branches, and in joint strategic and operational war-fighting environments.In addition to her personal business and military service, Ericka has more than 27 years of government management and law enforcement experience. She served as a Senior Criminal Investigator for the Department of Homeland Security; Customs and Border Protection. Furthermore, she was the lead investigator in a multitude of task forces across a wide range of different mission sets, including but not limited to national security.Ericka Kelly's educational accolades include: Master of Business Administration, Military Studies, Trident University; a Bachelor of Arts, Criminal Justice |Foreign Languages (Spanish and French), University of Nevada; an Associate of Applied Science, Allied Health Sciences, Air Force Community College. She also holds the following accreditations: Professional Manager Certification (PMC); International John Maxwell Certification (JMT); Licensed Diversity and Inclusion Facilitator; & certified Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT).Ericka's excellency as a service person both in the military and law enforcement are recognized beyond her subordinates and superiors. The United States Congress has seen fit to bestow her with the following accolades: Exceptional leadership skills, public; community service; speaking/mentorship/training abilities; language (Spanish) expertise; physical fitness, and an outstanding performer in stressful military/civilian situations.Contact Ericka E. Kelly at www.erickakellyenterprises.comAbout Chief Master Sergeant Lefford FateLefford is the founder and President of It's Your Fate Coaching Company. Fate is certified to facilitate, speak, train, and coach individuals and groups in leadership development, professional skills, and personal growth with the Napoleon Hill Foundation and the John Maxwell Team. Professionally he has mentored and served thousands of people.A great leader once said that the two greatest days in a person's life are the day they were born and the day they discovered why they were born. He believes there is a ”why” for everyone; that each of us was created with the potential to achieve greatness, to make a difference in the world, to add value to others, and as a result, experience a full and rewarding life. For over 30 years, Lefford's purpose was to defend our nation, and now that purpose is helping people discover their life's purpose and grow to their full potential. He has written four books in this endeavor, and co-authored “Success Starts Today” with Jack Canfield. Fate also gave a TEDx Talk on “Correcting Correction: Why I am In Prison,” which garnered over 550,000 views.In August 2012, he retired from active duty in the United States Air Force after over 30 years of service. Prior to retiring, Fate served as the Command Chief Master Sergeant for the 20th Fighter Wing, Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, where he was an executive advisor to the Wing Commander and the installation's senior enlisted leader. He was responsible for the training, professional development of 8,500+ military personnel, morale, and welfare of over 31,000 families and retirees at the nation's largest F-16 combat fighter wing in the Combatant Air Forces.Since retiring from the military, he served as the Mental Health Program Director at Prisma-Tuomey Hospital in Sumter, South Carolina, the Deputy Director for Health Services for the South Carolina Department of Corrections, and now serves as the Director of Support Services for the City of Sumter, South Carolina.A native of Georgia, Fate holds a Master's Degree in Human Relations and a Bachelor's Degree in Social Psychology. He is committed to modeling his core values of Integrity first, Service before self, and Excellence in all he does. Additionally, he is married to Jody, and they have four beautiful children and three beautiful grandchildren.Contact Lefford Fate at www.leffordfate.comInfluential Influencers with Mike Saundershttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/influential-entrepreneurs-with-mike-saunders/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/interview-with-air-force-chief-master-sergeants-ericka-e-kelly-and-lefford-fate-about-their-new-book-p-e-r-s-i-s-t-e-n-c-e

RNZ: Morning Report
South Auckland health service head unimpressed with home isolation support

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 7:36


The head of a South Auckland health service says she's seeing little evidence that lessons have been learned from deaths in home isolation. Health officials have apologised after an independent review found the separate deaths of two Māori men with Covid-19 were 'potentially' preventable. The findings came as little surprise to those on the frontline. Jamie Tahana reports.

What In The Dang Heck
Heck Yes To Charting! With Lumina Health Services

What In The Dang Heck

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 45:33


The gals have Mairead from Lumina Health Services on the show to talk all things charting. Cecilia & Mairead are hosting a LIVE workshop on Thursday, December 9th at 8:30pm EST. ‘Chart The Basics' Workshop is only $30! Save your spot here: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/chart-the-basics Follow @luminahealthservices on Instagram!   Make sure to ring our HOTLINE at 312-775-2615 and tell us your What In The Dang Heck moments!   Shop Cecilia's Beautycounter: Www.Beautycounter.com/ceciliapappas   @houseofjoppa Use Code: HECK15 for 15% off Modern Catholic Decor at www.houseofjoppa.com   @Catholiccompany Use Code: HECK for 15% off your order https://www.catholiccompany.com/

Australia Wide
Parliamentary inquiry reveals a number of councils are paying millions to attract doctors and maintain health services

Australia Wide

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 30:00


The funding responsibility is usually handled by the state and federal governments, and councils are calling for compensation.

Léargas: A Podcast by Gerry Adams
Gaels call for Citizens Assembly | Gaels call for Citizens Assembly | An Irish National Health Service

Léargas: A Podcast by Gerry Adams

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 18:47


Gaels call for Citizens AssemblyIn a powerful video message 12,000 Ulster Gaels are appealing to our fellow Gaels in Munster, Leinster and Connaught to sign and endorse a letter to An Taoiseach Micheál Martin asking the Irish government to take the lead in planning for Irish Unity by establishing an All-Island Citizens Assembly “reflecting the views of citizens North and South to achieve maximum consensus on a way forward” toward an “agreed shared Ireland.”Back of BorisComhgairdheas to the many hundreds of people who took part in a series of protests against Brexit along the border last Saturday. The ‘Border Communities Against Brexit'(BCAB) has been very effective in raising awareness around the threat to the Good Friday Agreement, to the economy of the island of Ireland and especially to the border communities, posed by Brexit. Saturday's event at Carrickcarnon had activists dressed in customs officer's clothes and a recreation of the old customs huts that used to sit along the border corridor. But beyond the theatrics the message was clear and vitally important.An Irish National Health ServiceThis time in our history is for as much all-island cooperation and coordination as practicable to make best use of available limited resources. In the longer term we need an Irish National Health Service that is free at the point of access and is sufficiently funded to meet the health needs of citizens. This isn't pie in the sky. This is a realizable, achievable objective. It just needs political will.

Diversified Game
MARVIN WALKER GIVES THE GAME ON DAY KARE TRANSPORT APP & OPENING A BEACH RESORT IN GHANA

Diversified Game

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 50:02


Check Out & Get Your House & Health Services https://www.instagram.com/thecapebeachresort/ https://www.daykaretransport.com/ This is the Diversified Game Podcast with Kellen "Kash" Coleman a podcast giving entrepreneurial advice from a diverse and inclusive perspective. Submit to Be Our Guest: Send your bio, epk, one sheet, and decks to diversifiedgame@gmail.com Book Consulting Time with Kellen www.cprfirm.com Buy Our Swag/Merchandise: https://teespring.com/stores/my-store-10057187 https://diversifiedgame.bigcartel.com/ Support Us On Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/gamediversified Follow the Diversified Game Experience: http://diversifiedgame.com https://teespring.com/stores/my-store-10057187 http://instagram.diversifiedgame.com http://facebook.diversifiedgame.com http://twitter.diversifiedgame.com http://youtube.diversifiedgame.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/diversifiedgame/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/diversifiedgame/support

Everyday Ethics
Is Our Health Service in Crisis?

Everyday Ethics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 36:57


Audrey asks the question, with discussion on the current state of the NHS

The Clinical Consult
Dr. Kate Nooner on the Clinical Focus of the Journal of Health Service Psychology

The Clinical Consult

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 26:32


Dr. Kate Nooner—Professor and the Graduate Coordinator in the Department of Psychology at the University of North Carolina Wilmington—talks about... View More The post Dr. Kate Nooner on the Clinical Focus of the Journal of Health Service Psychology appeared first on National Register.

KeyLIME
[340] Methods Consult #9 on Mixed Methods

KeyLIME

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 28:31


Episode length: 28:30   Selected Readings and Resources for Mixed Methods Research   Recommended Journals for Methods and Exemplar Studies Journal of Mixed Method Research  International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches  Professional Organizations and Mixed Methods Communities The American Education Research Association (AERA) Mixed Methods Special Interest Group (SIG) The Mixed Methods International Research Association (MMIRA) Select Methods Articles Johnson, R. B., Onwuegbuzie, A. J., & Turner, L. A. (2007). Toward a definition of mixed methods research. Journal of mixed methods research, 1(2), 112-133. Creswell, J. W., Klassen, A. C., Plano Clark, V. L., & Smith, K. C. (2011). Best practices for mixed methods research in the health sciences. Bethesda (Maryland): National Institutes of Health, 2013, 541-545. Guetterman, T. C., Molina-Azorin, J. F., & Fetters, M. D. (2020). Virtual special issue on “integration in mixed methods research”. Journal of mixed methods research Bryman, A. (2007). Barriers to integrating quantitative and qualitative research. Journal of mixed methods research, 1(1), 8-22. Fàbregues, S., Molina-Azorin, J. F., & Fetters, M. D. (2021). Virtual special issue on “quality in mixed methods research”. Journal of mixed methods research Maxwell, J. A. (2016). Expanding the history and range of mixed methods research. Journal of mixed methods research, 10(1), 12-27.   Mixed Methods Webinars Mixed Methods International Research Association https://www.ualberta.ca/international-institute-for-qualitative-methodology/webinars/mixed-methods-webinar/index.html AHRQ Advanced Methods Webinars: Integrating Mixed Methods in Health Services and Delivery System Research https://youtu.be/SmP2znJLZs4   Follow our co-hosts on Twitter! Jason R. Frank: @drjfrank  Jonathan Sherbino: @sherbino  Linda Snell: @LindaSMedEd  Lara Varpio: @LaraVarpio Lara Varpio's Disclaimer: The views expressed in this manuscript are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the Uniformed Services University of the Unites States Department of Defense.  Want to learn more about KeyLIME? Click here! Full transcript for this Episode is available upon request.

Psychedelic Salon
Podcast 675 – “Psychedelic Law for the People”

Psychedelic Salon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 91:02


Support Lorenzo on Patreon.com Guest speakers: Gary Smith, Sonia Martinez, Saumel Saks PROGRAM NOTES: Psychedelics are becoming more mainstream, but the law hasn't caught up with the culture when it comes to accepting psychedelic lifestyles. In this podcast, we discuss ways the law is changing around psychedelics and how this affects the community, with topics including:  Decriminalization: What's protected, what's questionable, and what's still risky?Social Media & Psychedelics: What's safe to say and do online, and where does being cautious still matter?Law Enforcement: Is it true that psychedelic users are low-priority targets for law enforcement, and does this differ according to race, culture, and locality? What are best practices for individuals to ensure safety for themselves and their people?Cognitive & Religious Liberty: What does the law really say about these commonly invoked topics, and how are psychedelic users protected or vulnerable in these areas?When Things Go Bad: What do you need to know if you run into legal trouble?  About Our Panel:  Gary Smith is a veteran cannabis attorney and general counsel to the nation's oldest non-Native American peyote church and the author of Psychedelica Lex, a pioneering text on the laws governing psychedelics and entheogens. A seasoned litigator, advisor, mediator and arbitrator, Gary focuses his practice on commercial matters, construction, real estate, cannabis and administrative law. Gary is one of the leading cannabis attorneys in the state and was recently appointed to US News & World Reports list of Top 100 lawyers in Arizona. Notably, he served as amici counsel to the former Director of the Arizona Department of Health Services in the Arizona Supreme Court petition State v. Jones, which restored cannabis extracts and concentrates to legal status under the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act. He has authored numerous articles about cannabis law, and he is commonly invited to share his expertise with professional association and industry groups. Further, Gary is a founder and current president of the Arizona Cannabis Bar Association, an organization committed to educating lawyers and the public about cannabis law and responsible legislation. Guidant Law Firm Gary Smith's Psychedelica Lex Podcast Sonia Martinez was recently appointed as a Judge Pro Tem for Maricopa County Justice Courts. For the past thirteen years, she has been the principal and owner of her own law firm in Mesa, Arizona. She also works in Indian Country and is licensed to practice in over 8 local tribal courts. She focuses her practice on representing tribal and non tribal members in their private family, dependency and criminal law matters. She has also been working with small businesses and tribal governments respecting issues with the Arizona's Medical Marijuana Act since 2010, and is the Vice President of the Arizona Cannabis Lawyer's Association. Sonia Martinez Law, PLLC Licensed to practice law first in California in 2004, Ms. Martinez is the past Co-Chair of the Arizona State Bar Committee on Minorities and Women in the Law, Co-Chair of the 2015 State Bar Convention, Chair of the 2013 Minority Bar Convention, Past President of the Native American Bar Association of Arizona, and teaches a special seminar class at the ASU Indian Legal Program on representing criminal defendants in tribal court. Ms. Martinez also serves on the Board of Directors and is the Compliance Officer for the United Food Bank, past board member for Whisper & Thunder, and Board Member for MomForce USA. In addition, she is a panel member on the selection committee for the Arizona State Bar Leadership Institute, and presented as a panelist at dozens of educational seminars. She is also a team member for the Maricopa County Superior Court Judicial Performance Review Commission Conference Teams. Most importantly, she is a mother of two daughters ages 24 and 15, and grandmother of two.

Pharmacist's Voice
Interview with Renu Lal, PharmD - Lieutenant Commander, U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps

Pharmacist's Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 37:27


Renu Lal, PharmD, is a Team Lead in the Division of Drug Information (DDI) within the Food and Drug Administration/Center for Drug Evaluation and Research/Office of Communications. Along with directly communicating with the public, the Division is responsible for many initiatives and outreach programs such as the CDER Small Business and Industry Assistance (SBIA) Program;  FDA Drug Info Rounds video;  Drug Safety podcasts;  Drug Information Soundcast in Clinical Oncology (D.I.S.C.O.), Webinars for healthcare professionals and students, and more.  Renu is an officer in the Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service (U.S. PHS), a uniformed service committed to protecting, promoting, and advancing the health and safety of the nation. Mentioned in this episode United States Public Health Service (U.S. PHS) JRCOSTEP and SRCOSTEP Programs for students Drug Information Soundcast in Clinical Oncology (D.I.S.C.O.)  FDA Drug Safety Podcasts Small Business and Industry Assistance (SBIA) Chronicles Podcast FDA Drug Info Rounds Video Series Webinars for healthcare professionals and students UCONN School of Pharmacy Medical University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy   The University of Toledo College of Pharmacy  U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Indian Health Service BOP (Federal Bureau of Prisons) NIH (National Institutes of Health) CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) FDA (Food and Drug Administration) EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) SAMSHA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) CDERLearn (CDER Learn Training and Education) Subscribe to or Follow The Pharmacist's Voice Podcast! Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify Amazon/Audible Read the full show notes at The Pharmacist's Voice ® Podcast https://www.thepharmacistsvoice.com/podcast Dr. Renu Lal's path from pharmacy school to the U.S. Public Health Service was not a direct one.  She earned her BS Degree in Pharmacy from UCONN in 1998.  Then, she earned her Post-Bac PharmD from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston in 2000.  Renu did not know what she wanted to do with her PharmD when she graduated.  According to Renu, “It's ok to not know and make it up as you go along.”  She spent time in community practice as a floater, then entered the U.S. PHS.  Her PHS service was interrupted briefly when she left PHS to join a clinical regulatory team at Genentech in San Francisco, CA.  When that role ended, she rejoined PHS.  As of October 2021, her total service time is approximately 10 years.   While in her undergrad program at UCONN, Renu learned about PHS.  A speaker from the Indian Health Service spoke to her class.  After finishing her BS Degree in Pharmacy, Renu joined the U.S. PHS as a JRCOSTEP and completed a paid, 4-month rotation at a Psych Hospital in SE DC called St. Elizabeth's Hospital. She loved the experience and thought it was amazing!  Students can join either the JRCOSTEP Program or the SRCOSTEP Program.  Both are paid positions with benefits.  Visit https://www.usphs.gov/students/ to learn more.   During our conversation, I talked about my experience with PHS at the Federal Bureau of Prisons.  I did an 8-week rotation at FCI Milan during the last semester of my BS Pharm Degree program at The University of Toledo College of Pharmacy in 2001.  My pharmacist in charge was creative and resourceful, and she did amazing things with a small formulary.  I learned a lot from her and that experience.  I wanted to join the Navy upon graduation, but I was medically disqualified due to asthma. The United States Public Health Service (U.S. PHS) is led by the Surgeon General of the U.S. and is more than 200 years old.  It is one of eight uniformed services and is the only one dedicated solely to protecting and advancing America's Public Health.  As a U.S. PHS Officer, Renu is first in line to defend America from public health threats, including deploying for public health emergencies.  She has deployed many times and provided essential healthcare to underserved and vulnerable populations.  The U.S. Public Health Service used to be “pharmacy's best kept secret,” but that's not true anymore because PHS has played a prominent role in response to COVID.  As a PHS Officer, there is an opportunity to serve in many HHS (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services) agencies.  Examples include IHS (Indian Health Service), BOP (Federal Bureau of Prisons), NIH (National Institutes of Health), CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), FDA (Food and Drug Administration), EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), SAMSHA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration), and others.  Being an Officer makes it easy to transfer among agencies. According to Renu, PHS Officer benefits are great!  They are on the military pay scale with paid vacation, retirement benefits (with minimum of 20 years of service), medical benefits, the GI Bill and more.  To learn more about age restrictions and eligibility requirements to serve, visit https://www.usphs.gov.   Resources that DDI (Department of Drug Information) offers SBIA Program Free Conferences and Webinars Podcasts   FDA Drug Safety Podcasts Drug Information Soundcast in Clinical Oncology “D.I.S.C.O.”   SBIA Chronicles (trending regulatory topics) Drug Info Rounds educational videos featuring DDI pharmacists   CDER Learn - portal for all CE activities.  Webinars and podcasts are there.   We concluded the interview with Renu's advice for currently-practicing or newly graduated pharmacists:  Do and learn what interests you, and the rest will fall into place.   Thank you for listening to The Pharmacist's Voice ® Podcast Episode 123!

Real Value Exchange Podcast w Joe Lemon
How to Simplify Cash-based Health Service Fees #MarathonSelling

Real Value Exchange Podcast w Joe Lemon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 11:46


Real Crime Profile
Stopping a Pedophile Pediatrician: Child Sex Abuse at Indian Health Service Hospitals

Real Crime Profile

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 41:26


Just over a month ago, a scathing report was released confirming that top health officials knew for years about a pedophile pediatrician sexually abusing Native American boys at at least two Indian Heath Service hospitals. Though many of his co workers reported their fears about him to their superiors, Stanley Patrick Weber was allowed to practice for almost 20 years, abusing untold numbers of young indigenous boys — some as young as eight years old — before his conviction in 2020. One witness who was finally called to testify in the trial, Nurse David Marsh, is our guest today. David talks to us about what it was like at the dysfunctional Pine Ridge Hospital in South Dakota with Weber. This IHS hospital which is supposed to serve the tribal community, may still be harboring other predators who are still practicing today. You can view the clips used in today's episodes in their entirety here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9qQmzsnMmrsIf you or someone you know has been victimized, PLEASE REACH OUT: https://www.rainn.orgRAINN'S MISSIONRAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) is the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. RAINN created and operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline (800.656.HOPE, online.rainn.org y rainn.org/es) in partnership with more than 1,000 local sexual assault service providers across the country and operates the DoD Safe Helpline for the Department of Defense. RAINN also carries out programs to prevent sexual violence, help survivors, and ensure that perpetrators are brought to justice.https://www.stopitnow.orgCall the Helpline Now!Talk to someone by calling 1.888.PREVENT.Our MissionStop It Now! prevents the sexual abuse of children by mobilizing adults, families and communities to take actions that protect children before they are harmed.We provide support, information and resources to keep children safe and create healthier communities. Since 1992, we have identified, refined and shared effective ways for individuals, families and communities to act to prevent child sexual abuse before children are harmed - and to get help for everyone involved.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Best of Nolan
Health Service whistle blower warns pressures facing NI hospitals are putting some patient's lives at risk

Best of Nolan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 81:40


Patients lives are at risk warns Health Service whistle blower

Liberi Oltre & Michele Boldrin
Sistemi sanitari a confronto il National Health Service NHS britannico - STEM

Liberi Oltre & Michele Boldrin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 57:05


Descrizione: Roberto Gambelli e Giulio Anichini discutono le differenze strutturali fra il sistema sanitario italiano e quello britannico, il National Health Service (NHS). La panoramica tocca vari aspetti, fra cui medicina del territorio, organizzazione dei fondi, struttura del training del personale sanitario, pregi e difetti dell'NHS. Seguiteci alle 18:00 orario italiano e scriveteci le vostre domande nei commenti. ----------------------------

What is Black?
Addressing Racial Health Disparities related to COVID-19 with Dr. Jasmine Zapata

What is Black?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 40:32


In this episode, we're continuing our conversation about COVID-19. We're joined by Dr. Jasmine Zapata, Chief Medical Officer and State Epidemiologist for Community Health within the Bureau of Community Health Promotion at the Wisconsin Department of Health, to discuss addressing racial health disparities related to COVID-19.Guest Bio:Dr. Jasmine Zapata is a double board certified physician specializing in the fields of Pediatrics and Preventive Medicine. She currently serves as the Chief Medical Officer and State Epidemiologist for Community Health within the Bureau of Community Health Promotion at the Wisconsin Department of Health where she provides expert guidance for a variety of public health promotion, planning and policy efforts. In this role she also serves as co-chair of the Governor's Health Equity Council Subcommittee on Power, Access, and Representation as well as co-chair of the Wisconsin Maternal Mortality Review Team. She is also an assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health where she practices clinically in the newborn nursery and is involved in a variety of scholarly activities aimed at increasing diversity in medicine and promoting health equity. She has many lived experiences that help her uniquely connect with the communities she serves and is well known for her infectious energy, passionate advocacy, and heart for service. Her ultimate mission in life is to “heal, uplift, and inspire.”Show Links:Learn more about Wisconsin Department of Health ServicesLearn more about how Wisconsin Department of Health Services is addressing COVID-19Information to learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine and kidsMusic and editing for this podcast by Manni Simon 

Becker’s Healthcare - Clinical Leadership Podcast
Dr. Nancy Sweitzer, Director of the University of Arizona Sarver Heart Center and Chief of Cardiology at the University of Arizona Health Services

Becker’s Healthcare - Clinical Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 20:05


Dr. Nancy Sweitzer, Director of the University of Arizona Sarver Heart Center and Chief of Cardiology at the University of Arizona Health Services, joined the podcast to share insights on academic cardiology and advice for being a successful leader today.

Best of Nolan
Health service on the edge as ambulances are diverted from Craigavon Area Hospital

Best of Nolan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 80:54


Ambulances are being diverted, except in cases of immediate life-threatening situations.

Imagine a Place
There's an elephant in your office.

Imagine a Place

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 32:47


There's an elephant in your office, and we've brought in author, podcast host, and HR leader Andrea Herron to help us understand it.That elephant is the struggle we have with mental health.  Andrea Herron is WebMD's Health Services' Human Resource leader.  She is the co-author of the book, "There's an Elephant in your Office."  She's also the award-winning host of the podcast The HR Scoop.Pretty much of all what we do in planning and design is for people, and Andrea gets people.  Her perspective in today's conversation will open the doors to some new thinking on mental health and help you understand how HR executives are leading their companies through today's fast-paced world.Connect with Andrea Herron on LinkedIn: Get your copy of "There's an Elephant in your Office"Listen to The HR ScoopTo read her articles: https://www.webmdhealthservices.com/author/andreaherron/Sign-up to receive a FREE copy of the newest Imagine a Place journal:Connect with Doug Shapiro on LinkedIn:

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast
Vicki Briggs, CEO - UT Health Tyler at Ardent Health Services

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 15:52


This episode features Vicki Briggs, CEO - UT Health Tyler at Ardent Health Services. Here, she discusses her career journey, how COVID-19 impacted her community, vaccine hesitancy, and more.

Vitalyst Spark
E91: Elements of a Healthy Tribal Community

Vitalyst Spark

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 57:37


Today, we're excited to share some exciting news about a long-standing project we've been working on with Tribal partners across Arizona. By now, most of this audience is likely familiar with the Elements of a Healthy Community (“The Wheel” as it's come to be known).  It was developed in 2017 in collaboration with many community partners to depict the breadth of factors that ultimately impact health and well-being. Since then, The Healthy Communities Wheel has served as a framework for much of Vitalyst's work and has taken on a life of its own across other organizations, coalitions and even within local governments. It is, however, a framework, and frameworks are often imperfect tools that can and should be adapted as needed.  So, in 2019 and 2020, in a partnership with the Arizona Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, the Arizona Advisory Council on Indian Health Care and the Arizona Department of Health Services, we embarked on a series of meetings with the Tribes of Arizona to develop The Elements of a Healthy Tribal Community. These discussions produced an incredible amount of insight and wisdom into Tribal perspectives on community health, and ultimately manifested in the creation of a Healthy Tribal Communities Wheel.  Today's podcast features the key partners who made this work possible.    Link to Elements of a Healthy Tribal Community Wheel (Full version) Link to Elements of a Healthy Tribal Community Wheel (Short version) Link to Webinar

Indianz.Com
Indian Health Service COVID-19 Media Event - Anadarko, Oklahoma - November 8, 2021

Indianz.Com

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 27:09


Anadarko, Oklahoma –- Indian Health Service Acting Director Elizabeth Fowler is visiting sites in the IHS Oklahoma City Area. On November 8, 2021, she visits the Anadarko Indian Health Center staff and meets with local tribal leaders to highlight COVID-19 vaccine availability for 5-11 year olds. WHO: Elizabeth Fowler, acting director, IHS Rear Adm. Greggory Woitte, U.S. Public Health Service, IHS Oklahoma City Area chief medical officer Terry Hunter, IHS Anadarko facility unit director Chairman Bobby Gonzalez, Caddo Nation President Terri Parton, Wichita and Affiliated Tribes Representative Alice Kassanavoid, Comanche Nation The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is now available for children 5-11 years old. The first children vaccinated at the Anadarko Indian Health Center will be on November 8 at 10:30 am. More than 1.73 million vaccine doses have been given to adults and adolescents throughout the Indian health system. More than 440,000 of those vaccines were given to adults and adolescents within the IHS Oklahoma City Area. The IHS is ensuring that pediatric COVID-19 vaccines are quickly distributed and made conveniently available to children and their families across Indian Country. Photo by Indian Health Service: https://twitter.com/IHSgov/status/1457841769601765380

Surfing the Nash Tsunami
S2-E53 - SurfingNASH Previews AASLD 2021: the Digital Liver Meeting

Surfing the Nash Tsunami

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 49:58


Manal Abdelmalek, Ken Cusi and Jörn Schattenberg join Louise Campbell and Roger Green to discuss key presentations at AASLD 2021 and preview SurfingNASH's coverage of the event. This virtual meeting runs from November 12-15 and is scheduled on East Coast time.Highlights include:9:19 – Roger begins the conversation, by describing the AASLD program elements and what SurfingNASH will cover.10:46 – Manal Abdelmalek kicks us off by focusing on Dr. Neil Henderson's Hans Popper (Basic State of Science) Lecture and the relevance his talk will have meaning for NAFLD and NASH.12:53 – Ken Cusi links this talk to Monday's Emerging Trends Symposium on “Tailoring NASH Therapy.”15:26 – Manal identifies Friday's Liver Cell Biology SIG, with its focus on gut-liver access and gut microbiota triggering, as another source of knowledge and insight for future potential NASH therapies16:45 – Jörn Schattenberg raises Parallel Session 10 on Diagnostics and Biomarkers of NAFLD (Sunday, 10:00a) which will focus on LITMUS work in which he participated. He goes on to describe the research and how it can drive better patient treatment in advance of medications.19:05 – Louise discusses the Public Health and Healthcare Delivery SIG (Friday, 5:30p). She is excited that the session will discuss the foundational role a behavioral approach health can play, particularly in the absence of medications. 19:58 – Roger, Louise, Jörn and Manal mention Friday afternoon sessions of particular interest. 22:51 – Louise identifies “a couple of really good sessions on Saturday,” the Women's Health Program (4:00p) and Parallel Session 2 on “Health Services and Public Health” (10:00a)23:20 – Ken Cusi summarizes some high points of the post-graduate course. 25:34 – Manal kicks off our conversation of Sunday presentations by discussing two talks from the plenary sessions: the presentation of the Alpine 2/3 results by Stephen Harrison and the longitudinal association between MRE and liver-related and cardiovascular events in NAFLD.  Jörn adds a though by noting the inclusion of CVD results and then discussing their meaning.28:03 – Manal notes the presentation from the Million Veteran program, 28:33 – Roger discusses some speculation from the podcast around the time of the aldafermin withdrawal and expresses the hope we will learn whether aldafermin was more a clinical or commercial failure. Jörn questions whether the decision to read out biopsies at 24 weeks may have been part of the reason the trial missed its primary endpoint29:42 – Louise points out Parallel Session 17 titled “NAFLD and NASH: Predicting Outcomes and Response to Interventions” (Sunday, 4:00p) and its possible connection to some recent podcast topics30:08 – Manal refers to the diagnosis and biomarker session Sunday as an opportunity to delve deeper into machine learning and artificial intelligence, after which Roger and Manal discuss the insights that AI  improves and those it does not. 32:14 – Ken raises the joint AASLD-ALEH symposium Sunday (1:00p) as an excellent opportunity to learn more about the challenges stakeholders face in Latin and South Ameria and the southwestern US.33:29 – Jörn notes that the panel has not discussed the sessions covering clinical trials of novel therapies and identifies some trials of interest.36:14 – Manal mentions a paper at Parallel Session #33, Experimental Advances in NAFLD (Monday, 3:00p) that looks at single-cell RNA sequencing in mice to identify that hedgehog signaling in hepatocytes is a critical early event for NAFLD fibrosis in humans.37:25 – Ken expresses optimism about the quality of the meeting, departs. 39:01 – Louise, Jörn and Roger identify other sessions of interest on Monday.42:23 – Final question focuses on what panelists anticipate will be the most powerful takeaway from the meeting. 46:33 – Business Section 

The Mike Broomhead Show Audio
Jessica Rigler, Assistant Director of Public Health with the Arizona Department of Health Services

The Mike Broomhead Show Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 6:27


Mike asked Jessica how they're trying to convince parents the vaccine for 5-11 year-olds is safe.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Together LA Listening Tour
How God is Activating LA County to Care for the Unhoused and The Power of Transformative Mentorship with Steven Yu

Together LA Listening Tour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 34:09


Our podcast guest this week is Steven Yu, Staff Analyst at Housing for Health, a division of the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services. Here, he has been one of the key members spearheading the “Faith Collaborative to End Homelessness”, a government initiative to support and implement faith-based organizations into LA county's homeless services continuum of care. Steven is also the Founder & Executive Director of “Mentor for Change”, an organization that provides youth with mentorship, opportunities to lead community service projects, career-training workshops, and scholarships to pursue higher education. We had the privilege to listen to his exciting work, as well as his personal testimony of how God's grace led him to his passion for bridging underserved groups to resources and opportunities. Through this talk, we invite you to see how the gospel can advance anywhere: from the government offices of downtown LA to the communities of faith quietly serving those experiencing homelessness to the intimate relationships between mentors and youth in Lincoln Heights and all across LA county.

Tradeoffs
The Costly, Confusing Medicare Choices Facing 62 Million Americans

Tradeoffs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 22:01


It's Medicare open enrollment — the one chance each year that all 62 million beneficiaries have to shop for better coverage. But choosing a new plan is much harder and riskier than it seems.Guests:Lilyan Grossman, Medicare beneficiaryTricia Neuman, ScD, Senior Vice President and Executive Director of the Program on Medicare Policy, Kaiser Family FoundationAmal Trivedi, MD, Professor of Medicine and Health Services, Policy, and Practice, Brown UniversityBlurb:Dig deeper into the research and tradeoffs of shopping around for Medicare plans: https://tradeoffs.org/2021/10/28/medicare-open-enrollment Sign up for our weekly newsletter to see what research health policy experts are reading right now, plus recommendations from our staff: bit.ly/tradeoffsnewsletterSupport this type of journalism today, with a gift: https://tradeoffs.org/donateFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/tradeoffspod See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Seth Leibsohn Show
October 15, 2021 - Hour 2

The Seth Leibsohn Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 37:32


Some of what is included in the Democrats' $3.5 trillion budget.  Iconic Hollywood characters turning "woke."  The Arizona Department of Health Services has updates its Wuhan Virus dashboard...and won't share the number of "breakthrough" deaths. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Here & Now
Dave Grohl's new memoir; First vaccine to treat malaria

Here & Now

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 42:36


Dave Grohl only spent three and a half years drumming for Nirvana — but he says it felt like a lifetime. The Foo Fighters frontman talks about his new memoir, "The Storyteller." And, Mosquirix is the first vaccine to treat malaria and the first developed to treat any parasitic disease. World Health Organization malaria expert Dr. Mary Hamel and Dr. Kwame Amponsa-Achiano of Ghana's Health Service join us to discuss the breakthrough treatment.