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Physicians are often associated with burnout. And there's a reason why. There are arguably few professions that rival the stress a physician has to endure throughout their career. But the stress isn't always at the hospital or the private practice. Financial matters can cause distress for physicians, but they can also be the solution. On this episode of the Finance for Physicians podcast, we're going to talk about: - The sneaky nature of burnout. - How medical professionals are prone to burnout from college. - Upward mobility in medical professions and how this addicts the physician to a more stressful lifestyle. - How to not miss out on family experiences as an ambitious professional - And so much more! Links: www.WrenneFinancial.com
Former residency program director Louito Edje, MD, MHPE, shares what 4th year medical students need to know when making rank order list for NRMP (National Resident Matching Program). Dr. Lou Edje, Associate Dean of Graduate Medical Education and Designated Institutional Official at the University of Cincinnati Medical School, discusses what makes a good residency match, ranking residency programs by specialty, and more tips for creating your #ROL this match season. American Medical Association CXO Todd Unger hosts. Visit https://freida.ama-assn.org for access to FREIDA, the AMA's Residency & Fellowship Database, our “Road to Residency” video series and other helpful content. Listen to the latest "Meet Your Match: Composing a rank-order list with James Docherty, DO" episode from AMA's Making the Rounds podcast here: https://ama-making-the-rounds.simplecast.com/episodes/meet-your-match-composing-a-rank-order-list-with-james-docherty-do More info on AMA's Physicians of the Future Summit available here: https://www.ama-assn.org/about/events/physicians-future-summit
On this week's episode of the Genetic Genius Podcast, my guest Dr. Molly Maloof discusses her new book " The Spark Factor" and how to supercharge your energy with her expert biohacking tips. Dr. Molly Maloof is passionate about extending healthspan through her medical practice, personal brand, entrepreneurial and educational endeavors. She is the Founder and CEO of Adamo Bioscience, a company pioneering the science of love. She provides personalized medicine to world class entrepreneurs, investors, and technology executives in Silicon Valley. Since 2012, she has worked as an advisor or consultant to over 50 companies in the digital health, consumer health, and biotechnology industries. She teaches a course on healthspan in the Medical School at Stanford University and is writing a book on biohacking for women with Harper Wave Books. From 2019 to 2022, she lectured within the Wellness Department of the Medical School at Stanford University where she created a course entitled, "Live Better Longer: Extending Healthspan to Lengthen Lifespan." She transformed her Stanford course into an online course, called Your Healthspan Journey, to make it available to more students across the country. She is publishing The Spark Factor, a book on biohacking for women, with Harper Wave Books in January of 2023. She is the founder Adamo Bioscience, a psychedelic company that aims to reveal how the science of love can unlock the capacity for healing, connection, and creation within everyone. She was named one of the 100 Most Influential People in Psychedelics by Psychedelic Invest. Dr. Molly is a passionate evangelist, empowering advocate, and visionary futurist. On this week's episode, we discuss the following topics: With your new book Spark Factor, what was the inspiration behind writing the book? Can you explain why, especially as women, we are so depleted energetically in our current society and state of health? What are the top 3 signs our listeners can recognize if their batteries are running on empty? In your book, you talk about mitohormeis, can you explain what this is and an example of how to bring the body into a state of recovery from stress. What biohacking tools or techniques increase energy capacity long term? What is a glucose monitor and how can it be used to balance blood sugar eating and habits? Check out all the amazing links and freebies we discuss on the show: use CGM with Levels using my link: Follow Dr. Molly on: Instagram @drmolly.co To learn more about Dr. LuLu Shimek, purchase her new book, and make an appointment please visit www.doclulu.com To join Dr. LuLu's membership This January 2023 and start living your amazing life to the fullest please visit: https://doclulu.com/membership
Everyone has heard of a backdoor Roth IRA, but what's the big deal with Roth IRA's anyway? Today, Dr. Lisha Taylor and I are going to be talking about Roth IRA money for physicians. This is an important topic because doctors often need to use any tax-advantaged space they can get their hands on since we normally have a high savings rate. So join us today to learn what a Roth IRA is and why you should seriously consider one as a physician. Looking for own-occcupation disability insurance check out → setforlifeinsurance.com Looking to increase your financial literacy? Check out Medical Degree Financial University → https://MDFU.co
What happens when appraisals come in too low? Just because you offer a certain amount for a house doesn't mean the appraiser will agree it's worth that price. Does that affect the amount of money a bank will lend? Can you renegotiate with the seller to get a better price? Link to website: https://dougcrousephysicianloans.com/
To have the greatest impact on human health, biomedical research findings and evidence-based practices need to be implemented into routine healthcare. What is implementation science, and how can we ensure research successfully makes an impact? Rinad Beidas, PhD, and Sara Becker, PhD, discuss the field and its future as a research priority at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.
86% Of Clinical Trials Of Drugs Are Industry Funded Dr. John Abramson, M.D• https://hcp.hms.harvard.edu/people/john-david-abramson • Book – Sickening Ian Harris, MD • https://med.unsw.edu.au/our-people/ian-harris • Book - Surgery, The Ultimate Placebo: A Surgeon Cuts through the Evidence Dr. Robert Yoho • http://www.robertyohoauthor.com • Book - Butchered by “Heathcare” Dr. Robert Lustig • http://www.robertlustig.com • Book - Metabolical #BigPharma #AmericanHealthCare #HealthCarePolicy Dr. John Abramson, M.D. is an author and medical doctor and has served as a family physician for over 20 years. His recently release book Sickening How Big Pharma Broke American Health Care and How We Can Repair It. Is about the inside story of how Big Pharma's relentless pursuit of ever-higher profits corrupts medical knowledge—misleading doctors, misdirecting American health care, and harming our health. John Abramson MD, He was twice voted “best doctor” in his area by readers of the local newspapers and three times selected by his peers as one of a handful of best family practitioners in Massachusetts. He has been on the faculty at Harvard Medical School for over 15 years, where he has taught primary care and currently teaches health care policy. To Contact Dr John Abramson MD go to hcp.hms.harvard.edu/people/john-david-abramson Dr Ian Harris is a practicing orthopedic surgeon, university professor and an acclaimed author of several books including Hippocrasy: How doctors are betraying their oath. Professor Ian Harris is an orthopedic surgeon who works at Liverpool, St George, St George Private and Sutherland Hospitals in Sydney. His academic affiliation is with UNSW, South Western Sydney Clinical School at Liverpool Hospital, in Sydney. In addition to approximately 200 peer-reviewed publications, he also wroteSurgery, The Ultimate Placebo - an eye-opening evaluation of commonly performed surgical operations that have been tested and shown to be no more effective (and arguably worse) than placebo, or that have never even been tested. He suggests we treat new surgical procedures like new drugs, and only pay for those that are part of a trial to find out if they really work. To Contact Dr Harris go to Email: email@example.com Dr. Robert Yoho is an author and accomplished retired Los Angeles cosmetic surgeon. His Book, Butchered by “Heathcare”: What to Do About Doctors, Big Pharma, and Corrupt Government Ruining Your Health and Medical Care. Dr Robert Yoho grew up in Kent Ohio. He was an Eagle Scout and a Judo wrestler. Went to Oberlin College and Case Western Reserve Univ. Medical School. In 2019 Dr Yoho retired from his medical and surgical practice. He now is a full time writer and speaker. No longer responsible for patient care he is able to write full time without conflicts of interest. To Contact Dr Robert Yoho go to robertyohoauthor.com Dr. Robert Lustig is a The New York Times bestselling author and author of Metabolical: The Lure and the Lies of Processed Food, Nutrition, and Modern Medicine and a Professor of Pediatric Endocrinology at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Robert Lustig, a pediatric neuroendocrinologist who has long been on the cutting edge of medicine and science, challenges our current healthcare paradigm which has gone off the rails under the influence of Big Food, Big Pharma, and Big Government. Dr. Lustig has authored 125 peer-reviewed articles and 73 reviews. He has mentored 20 pediatric endocrine fellows, and trained numerous other allied health professionals. He provides endocrinologic support to several protocols of the Children's Oncology Group. He is the former Chairman of the Ad hoc Obesity Task Force of the Lawson Wilkins Pediatric Endocrine Society, a member of the Pediatric Obesity Practice Guidelines Subcommittee of The Endocrine Society, a member of the Obesity Task Force of the Endocrine Society, a member of the Pediatric Obesity Devices Committee of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, a member of the Bay Area Board of Directors of the American Heart Association, and a member of the Steering Committee of Health Foods, Healthy Kids of the Culinary Institute of America. He also consults for several childhood obesity advocacy groups. Dr. Lustig lives in San Francisco with his wife Julie and two daughters. Spare time (what little there is) is spent cooking, theater-going, and traveling. To Contact Dr Robert Lustig, M.D. go to robertlustig.com Disclaimer:Medical and Health information changes constantly. Therefore, the information provided in this podcast should not be considered current, complete, or exhaustive. 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In this episode of Real Physician Reacts we will be having a discussion on the white male student by the name of George Stewart who is suing not one or two but 6 different medical schools as he claims that he was not accepted strictly due to his race. Tonight's discussion focuses on another covert challenge against affirmative action & why grades are the only factor in getting into med school. Click here to watch the full video on YouTube Several discussion points today; Who is George Stewart & why he's suing several medical schools Who is really behind the lawsuit I discuss why it would be difficult for me to see him get accepted into school without bias. Links AAMC Data Reports Texas Medical School Lawsuits
Pet animals and their human owners (or, as our expert guest likes to call them, "pet parents") truly share a special connection that transcends species and biology. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, over 80 households in the United States owned dogs, cats, birds, and horses back in 2017-2018. Why are we so inclined to consider animals as part of the family, so much so that it is a genuine heartbreak when they leave us? What are the most common diseases pet parents should look out for in their pet's breed and age? Are the anatomy and physiology of animals truly different from humans?We are joined today by Dr. Zonram Liao, a board-certified general practice veterinarian and the Founder and CEO of Wellnergy Pets, the only pet product company fully staffed by actively practicing veterinarians and veterinary nurses. He received his BS in Biology from UC San Diego in 2011 and DVM from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2017, fulfilling his clinical studies at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Dr. Zonram currently practices in multiple small animal clinics throughout Southern California regions, hoping to give back to the community that helped raise him. He appeared on national television in 2021, where the Wellnergy Dental Wipes and Water Additive won "America's Big Deal" on USA Network, making it now available for purchase at Lowe's retail company nationwide. Dr. Liao has also been featured in multiple articles and press, including Fox 40 News, Shoutout LA, and Vet Candy.Livestream Air Date: February 28, 2022Dr. Zonram Liao: IG @dr.zonramliaoWellnergy Pets: IG @wellnergypets & Wed www.wellnergypets.comFriends of Franz: IG @friendsoffranzpod & FB @friendsoffranzpodChristian Franz (Host): IG @chrsfranz & YT Christian FranzThankful to the season's brand partners: Clove, BETR Remedies, Eko, Lumify, RescueMD, Medical School for Kids, Your Skincare Expert, Twrl Milk Tea
Phil and Azaii talk about how to stay motivated on the MCAT, and why your previous education may have set you up for failure! We'll discuss how to deal with the test and also how to stay motivated in Medical School! About Jack Westin - The team at Jack Westin is dedicated to a single goal: giving students the highest quality learning resources. Jack Westin understands that students can't crush the MCAT without the perfect blend of critical thinking and fundamental science knowledge. To this end, Jack Westin is dedicated to providing students with cutting edge comprehensive tools, courses, and practice materials. The Jack Westin MCAT science and CARS courses, taught by the world's best and most engaging MCAT instructors, are designed to do more than just teach students the MCAT—it supercharges studying and encourages lifelong learning. Want to learn more? Shoot us a text at 415-855-4435 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Free Resources: https://jackwestin.com Live Education Sessions: https://jackwestin.com/sessions Courses: https://jackwestin.com/courses Tutoring: https://jackwestin.com/services/live-online-mcat-tutoring Follow Us On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jackwestinmcat
“In medical school, you don't learn about leadership. You don't learn about what skills are required to make large-scale strategic decisions that can impact your patients,” says Nita Gombakomba, who will complete her medical degree later this year at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. As national president of the Student National Medical Association -- which has been fighting for equity and diversity in the medical field for sixty years – Nita has cultivated a broad perspective on medical education and the practice of medicine as she contemplates the future she and her classmates are facing. As she explains to host Michael Carrese, adding leadership training to medical school curricula is particularly important for students from underrepresented communities who see few role models in the ranks of healthcare leadership. As president of SNMA, she's made leadership opportunities for members a focus, as well as community service initiatives and addressing health disparities. “We've really been pushing the focus on how housing instability also doubles as healthcare instability and the other health disparities that are related to that.” Tune in for a thoughtful perspective from the trenches of medical education and learn why it was important for Nita to take a break from med school to earn an MBA. https://snma.org/Mentioned in this episode:
Denise talks to Santa Ono, PhD, who was recently inaugurated as the 15th President of the University of Michigan, the third of his proudest accomplishments. The first two? Being married for 33 years to his wife Wendy and raising two daughters. Dr. Ono cherishes his family, but also knows how difficult it is growing up in a family that is less than nurturing. In fact, it can be life-threatening. As a teen, he spiraled into depression, living with parents who had unimaginably high standards and being compared to siblings who more easily met their expectations. At age 14, dealing with an overwhelming sense of inadequacy, he tried to take his own life. Fortunately, he got the help he needed to heal and has gone on to enjoy an exciting and fulfilling life. As a result of his childhood experience, Dr. Ono is a true champion of survivors. His advice to those who are suffering is to talk to someone you can trust, even if that person is outside your family. He wants everyone to know, “In the outside world, beyond the narrow boundaries of your nuclear family, there are other people who will appreciate you.” Meeting his wife was a turning point for him as well as starting to go to church. With a trusted partner and a faith community he found the much-needed support and guidance he deserved. He describes himself as the black sheep of his family, and it took him years to understand, “It doesn't matter what others think about you…You are special. Everyone is special. Everyone has different attributes and strengths and gifts.” These days he meets a lot of perspective students, and he wants them to know that getting into the college of your choice is a lot harder than it was when he was applying! Remember there are a lot of schools, and none are bad. Pick the one that feels right. And if you don't get in, don't beat yourself up. Life is a marathon, not a sprint, and you can't know who's going to win the race by judging the first few miles. Denise couldn't agree more; getting an education is what's important. As an adult, many people don't even ask where you went to college! Stay tuned to find out Dr. Ono's two favorite Detroit moments, two favorite U-M moments and the two things he, as a man of many accomplishments, is surprisingly NOT good at. *** Santa J. Ono, PhD is the 15th President of the University of Michigan and professor of ophthalmology and visual sciences in the Medical School. A recognized leader in higher education, Dr. Ono's pioneering work in experimental medicine focuses on the immune system and eye disease. Previously, he served as president and vice chancellor at the University of British Columbia. He is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences, the National Academy of Inventors, USA and the Johns Hopkins Society of Scholars. In 2022, he was elected to the American Academy of Arts & Sciences. Dr. Ono has served on numerous educational, advisory, editorial, and non-profit boards and won many distinguished awards in his field. He holds honorary doctorates from Chiba University and the Vancouver School of Theology. He earned his BA from the University of Chicago and PhD in experimental medicine from McGill University. He and his wife, immunologist and lawyer Wendy Yip, have two daughters. Denise Ilitch, an owner of Ilitch Family Companies and President of Ilitch Enterprises, has been a part of Detroit's business and philanthropic community for over 40 years. As a mother, lawyer, entrepreneur, devoted community servant and tireless advocate for women and children, she learned early, from her father, that everyone is worthy of contributing to the world. Her passion for affordable, accessible, quality education stems from her own experience as a first-generation student, earning a bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan, where she currently serves on the Board of Regents, and a law degree from the University of Detroit Law School. FOLLOW DENISE @thedeniseilitchshow TO LEARN MORE about all our inspiring podcasts visit https://www.lifestough.com/.
Welcome Belinda Jimenez to this week's episode of She's a (future) DPM!In this episode we discuss Belinda's experience as a second year podiatry student, why she chose podiatry, what she did between her masters and starting podiatric medical school, what strategies she uses to help prevent burnout, and much more. If you have any questions you can reach out to Belinda at: email@example.comBook Discussed: You are a Badasshttps://www.amazon.com/You-Are-Badass%C2%AE-Doubting-Greatness-ebook/dp/B00B3M3VWS/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= Welcome to She's a DPM. A podcast for women to share their experiences, knowledge, and insights on cultivating a life in, and outside, the field of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery.Contact me if there is a topic you'd like to hear more about, or if you know a kick ass Lady DPM who should be interviewed.Email: DrOexeman@gmail.com Instagram: @droexeman
You might be looking for tax loopholes for doctors as we enter everyone's favorite time of year. The truth is there are tips and tricks that you likely are not taking advantage of as a doctor that will help you reduce your taxes. In this episode, we will give you the top things you can do now (and for the future) to save money on your taxes as a doctor. Looking for own-occcupation disability insurance check out → setforlifeinsurance.com Looking to increase your financial literacy? Check out Medical Degree Financial University → thephysicianphilosopher.com/MDFU
Welcome to another episode of the Biohacking Beauty podcast brought to you by Young Goose Skincare! In this episode, host Amitay Eshel, the CEO of Young Goose, is joined by Dr. Molly Maloof.Dr. Maloof is the founder and CEO of Adamo Bioscience, a company pioneering the science of love. She provides personalized medicine to world-class entrepreneurs, investors, and technology executives in Silicon Valley. Since 2012, she has worked as an advisor or consultant to over 50 companies in the digital health, consumer health, and biotechnology industries. She teaches a course on healthspan at the Medical School at Stanford University.Key Takeaways:Women have different biological processes in their bodies from men, such as the production of estrogen and other types of hormones as well as a menstrual cycle that is likely to impact their body's ability to reap the benefits of certain biohacking protocols. They must consider this and adapt accordingly.Women go through four different stages in their menstrual cycle where their bodies simply can't handle the same consistent amount of stress, whether it is physical or emotional, at every stage of their cycle. As result, women may not be performing at their absolute best nor reaping the most benefits from their efforts to be in good health if they disregard their menstrual cycle. This is the complete opposite of men, who can take on stressors at any time and be able to push through. Skin autofluorescence is a non-invasive biomarker often used in the medical field as a diagnostic tool for different health concerns, such as diabetes, heart disease, and cognitive impairment among other things. But what most people don't know is that when your overall health is in top shape, skin autofluorescence is responsible for that glowing skin you have! Glowing of any kind whether it be your skin or your hair being glossy is an important biomarker for good health.What we discuss:04:30: About Dr. Maloof's book05:50: What themes does Dr. Maloof cover in her new book?12:15: How should biohacking be approached by women?19:25: The skew about women's representation in medical research21:02: Which biomarkers should women track?25:22: How can you improve gut health?28:52: What is metabolic flexibility?34:00: Do women have a different relationship with stress than men?37:59: How do you recover from stress?40:38: What are the latest emerging biohacking strategies?42:36: What does Dr. Maloof think of Methylene Blue?45:12: What other supplements does Dr. Maloof take?49:50: What does Dr. Maloof do to improve brain function?51:55: What is Dr. Maloof's experience with psychedelics?58:02: Are we working hard enough for dopamine and serotonin?1:00:43: Is sugar a drug?1:06:22: What is the next thing Dr. Maloof plans to work on?01:09:55: More about Dr. MaloofTo learn more about Dr. Maloof:Book: The Spark Factor: The Secret to Supercharging Energy, Becoming Resilient, and Feeling Better Than EverWebsite: https://drmolly.co/ Instagram: @drmolly.coTo learn more about Young Goose:Website: https://www.younggoose.com/Instagram:
Amid talks of a Fairview Health Services and Sanford Health merger, another major health care provider — St. Cloud-based CentraCare — wants to partner with the University of Minnesota to establish another medical school in the state. CentraCare CEO Dr. Kenneth Holmen speaks about the need for a rural medical school on Morning Edition. The following is a transcript of the conversation edited for clarity. Listen to the full conversation using the audio player above. Why is a medical school needed in central Minnesota? I think the why for University of Minnesota and CentraCare is quite compelling. First off, start with the workforce. We're all cognizant of the workforce challenges. Whether it's a physician, nurse in many of our support roles, medical technology, pharmacy, respiratory — we have a significant workforce shortage. And it's worse in rural areas, as our population has moved to more urban areas in the last number of years. So certainly, workforce is a driving mode of a statistic. When I went to the University of Minnesota Medical School in 1978, there were 4 million residents in the state of Minnesota. And there were roughly 300 medical students between the University of Minnesota Duluth, Mayo and the main campus in Minneapolis. Fast forward to 2023, and the population of Minnesota is roughly 5.7 million, and the medical school [students] that are graduated is still the same. In other words, we've increased our population by a third, and the number of physicians being trained every year is the same. And we face a retirement crisis. One in three Minnesota physicians will retire in the next five years. So how do we replace a desperately needed workforce, particularly in rural Minnesota and actually rural America? Is it a given that those newly-minted doctors will stay in the area after graduation, considering rural doctors earn less than their urban counterparts? The data is quite clear on this: If individuals are trained in rural settings, they have a clear propensity to stay in rural settings. That doesn't mean that they are expected to or that they sign a piece of paper to, but they find the values of the communities that they train in to be worth spending their entire life on. Folks that train in rural institutions stay rural. The second is that it sometimes is a misnomer to believe that folks in rural institutions are paid less than those in metro [areas]. Depending on the specialty, some [rural doctors] are paid more because there's a shortage of them. Pay is a concern. We want to pay fairly. But the cost of living in some rural environments may be less than in the metro. Housing, for example, might be less than in a more rural environment; fuel might be a little bit more. But all in all, we believe that by training in rural institutions, we will have a much better opportunity to train more folks who will want to stay in our geography. With the U entangled in the Sanford-Fairview merger, how does that potentially affect this proposal? It's important because when issues like this arise, they need to be worked through thoughtfully and appropriately. But it's not detracting from us at all. The University of Minnesota Medical School is not a part of the Sanford transaction. It is part and parcel of the University of Minnesota's academic mission. The University of Minnesota will continue to spread its academic wings in medicine, and we are delighted with the conversation with the University of Minnesota. Any idea when this school, if it's approved, might open? It's actually a phased approach. We anticipate perhaps a first-year class in 2025. A medical school is a four-year program, so it would continue to grow each year. Additionally, we intend to expand our residency programs. This is post-M.D. training, in specialties like family practice, obstetrics and gynecology, mental health, pediatrics and general surgery. These are all folks that we desperately need to replace our workforce and improve the health of our communities. We look to collaborate with the University of Minnesota, St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud Tech, St. John's and Saint Vincent's to improve all the educational outcomes for all the other team members.
Dr. Lisa O's DIM: https://www.drlisao.com/products/dim-ultraDr. Lisa O's Balance T: https://www.drlisao.com/collections/supplements/products/ultra-testStephanie Gray, DNP, MS, ARNP, AGNP-C, ABAAHP, FAARFM, is a functional medicine provider who helps men and women build sustainable and optimal health and longevity so that they can focus on what matters most to them! She has been working as a nurse practitioner since 2009. She completed her doctorate focusing on estrogen metabolism from the University of Iowa in 2011. Additionally, she has a Masters in Metabolic Nutritional Medicine from the University of South Florida's Medical School. Her expertise lies within integrative, anti-aging, and functional medicine. She is arguably one of the midwest's' most credentialed female healthcare providers combining many certifications and trainings. She completed an Advanced fellowship in Anti-Aging Regenerative and Functional medicine in 2013. She became the first BioTe certified provider in Iowa to administer hormone pellets also in 2013. She has appeared on numerous podcasts, summits, and TV interviews. She is a contributor to various health publications including mindbodygreen. She is the initial author of the FNP Mastery App and an Amazon best-selling author of her book Your Longevity Blueprint. She is host of the Your Longevity Blueprint podcast and co-founder of Your Longevity Blueprint Nutraceuticals with her husband, Eric and. They enjoy spending time outdoors with their son William. They founded the Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic in Hiawatha, Iowa.Websites: www.ihhclinic.com www.yourlongevityblueprint.comFacebook: @ drstephaniegray And @IntegrativeHealthandHormoneClinicIG: stephaniegraydnp And @ longevityblueprintTwitter: @drsbgrayYoutube: YourLongevityBlueprint https://longevityblueprint.thinkific.com/courses/longevity-blueprintCheck out my favorite things drlisao.com/bio Want private coaching or group coaching? Ready to reclaim and uplevel your health? You can book a discovery call with me at bitly.com/drlisaconsult Mentioned in this episode:Nourish Collagen PeptidesNourish Collagen Peptides - It is often recommended to take collagen for the maintenance of healthy skin, hair, and nails. Additionally, it contributes to the strength of tendons and joints. There is a huge demand for collagen in both the health and beauty and fitness sectors. + These collagen peptides are derived from grass-fed, pasture-raised bovines. There are two types of hydrolyzed collagen in this product to give you the maximum benefit. https://www.drlisao.com/products/collagen-peptidesNourish Balance Thrive SupplementsBalance T Natural Testosterone Supporthttps://www.drlisao.com/collections/allNourish Super Greens and Redshttps://www.drlisao.com/collections/allNourish Liver We talk about toxicity a lot on the pod, from our food and our environment to the air we breathe and the water we drink. As you've heard me say, if we're not getting rid of toxins, they're going to store in certain areas of our body—like our fat. As I've told my patients for years, if you're struggling with weight loss, it could be an over burdened body by toxins. Think of it this way—your body won't release fat because it's protecting itself from the toxins. It's so necessary to clear out the filters of our body… including our liver. We change the filters on our cars often, but what about our body? Check it out at https://www.drlisao.com/collections/all Balance...
We want to hear from medical students! Record and submit your questions to help inform future “What I Wish I Knew in Medical School” episodes here: https://bit.ly/3CweAJ1 Special "What I Wish I Knew In Medical School" segment discussing the rewards and challenges of becoming and being a DO with Ilse Levin, DO, an AMA Trustee and a board-certified internist and epidemiologist, as well as a hospital-based physician for the Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group in Silver Spring, Md. American Medical Association CXO Todd Unger hosts.
Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day!! This podcast celebrates the everyday heroes walking amongst us. This episode features a former “ Mr. Oakwood,”of Oakwood University and current medical student, Joseph Smittick. He's traveled to 15 countries on five continents since graduating from Oakwood University, an HBCU in Alabama. And any doubts about this Brother's talents can only be silenced by his attendance at Loma Linda University on a full four-year scholarship worth a quarter-million dollars. Favorite movie: Black Panther Favorite words: "...so shall My word be that goeth forth out of My mouth: It shall not return unto Me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it." Instagram @365brothers Are you our next guest? - Let's talk. Support us! 365 Brothers on Patreon. Sequence Vitamins formulated by Dr. Greg Hall specifically for the supplement needs of African Americans. Take advantage of the 20% discount available to 365 Brothers listeners for a 90-day supply. Check out Alitu for more ease editing, polishing and publishing your podcast. About this podcast: In each episode, a Brother reflects on his life; explores the experience of being a Black man in America; shares his interactions with law enforcement; and answers the signature question "If America was a woman, what would you say to her? You won't find a collection of conversations with Black men like this anywhere else. Hear their wisdom. Be inspired. Host, Rahbin Shyne, is an author, educator, creative and avid half-marathon walker. https://www.linkedin.com/in/365brothers/ Special thanks to our earliest and consistent supporters, Sonji Walker, Abigail Gonzalez, William C. Hamilton, Jr. and Shedrick Sanders.
Many physicians want their parents to live close so they can help provide care. You don't necessarily need an expensive "investment loan" to accomplish this. What are the requirements for getting a traditional Fannie/Freddie loan in your name so your parents can live close by? Link to website: https://dougcrousephysicianloans.com/
As mentioned two weeks ago, Financial Residency is starting a new Speaker's Bureau to bring qualified professionals to your residency program, office or hospital to cover topics that matter most to you. Jon Appino has volunteered his expertise in contract review and negotiations and is available to schedule at no cost with your group. He talks about multiple topics on which he or one of his team can address. LINKS: www.ContractDiagnostics.com
What does it really take to succeed in medical school? We all know that trying to be a doctor is by no means easy. So in this video, I will explain the underlying psychology of the medical journey. I will share with you my various studying hacks and different test prep strategies that I used when I was still in medical school.✨ Picmonic 20% Discount:https://www.picmonic.com/viphookup/themdjourneyLKH21Hope yall enjoy!If so - would love it if you could leave a 5-star review on iTunes here to help us help more students succeed on their journey.P.S. Want more help? Check out so of my favorite resources below!MY FREE ONLINE COURSES AND RESOURCES:Get Better Grades In 3 Steps [You Need To Know About This]: https://themdjourney.com/study-rehab/How I Cut Your Studying Time By 50% In 8-Steps: http://bit.ly/medschoolstudyguideEntire Free Library Of Med School Resources & Guides: https://themdjourney.com/free-guides/How To Crush It On Step 1 [Full Breakdown]: https://bit.ly/36Yt3uMBecome A Superstar Students With These Key Strategies - https://skl.sh/2Uf3CTGMED SCHOOL DOMINATION BUNDLE:My best step-by-step strategies to become a top med student: http://bit.ly/themdsalesbundleMED ELITE COACHING PROGRAM:Get better grades in less time with our personalized coaching programs: https://themdjourney.com/study-transf...MED ELITE ACADEMY:An Entire Library Of Video Courses & Books For Med School: http://bit.ly/medeliteacademyOTHER POPULAR EBOOKS & COURSES:Get Better Grades In 3-Weeks: http://bit.ly/levelupyourstudyingcourseMed School Domination eBook Bundle: http://bit.ly/themdsalesbundleCrush Your Step 1 Exam [Step-By-Step Strategies To Pass With Ease]: http://bit.ly/Step1AcademyCrush Your Clinical Rotations - https://www.themdjourney.com/crushing...Become A Superstar Doctor: https://themdjourney.com/intern-survi...Get Into Your Dream Med School For 99 Cents: https://amzn.to/2r79D47Transform Your Grades And Efficiency In 2 Days: https://themdjourney.com/rapid-study-...MY FAVORITE VIDEOS:How TO Use Anki Like A Pro [Step-By-Step]: https://youtu.be/WmPx333n5UQHow To Study Like A Pro [Step-By-Step]: https://youtu.be/0c-3E6O-dcYMotivation Video – How To Stay Motivated In Med School: https://youtu.be/f0yI6V5Ews8BE MY FRIEND:Website/Blog: TheMDJourney.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/themdjourneyRECOMMENDED RESOURCES & DISCOUNTSOnlineMedEd: https://tinyurl.com/y7xy3zgmPhyseo: http://bit.ly/physeodiscount15% OFF with code: TheMDJourneyPicmonic: http://bit.ly/picmonic_TheMDJourney (20% Discount)
The American Heart Association relayed that the 1960s saw the first rise of coronary care units (CCU) in response to heart attacks. Today, cardiac ICUs, both medical and surgical, provide intensive care to a breadth of fatalities, ranging from arrest to post-open heart surgeries. The CVICU is seen to be a home for a "special breed" of nurses with its required list of complex skillsets, such as the titration of vasopressors drips and management of life support and assistive devices (e.g., ventilators, chest tubes, LVAD, ECMO, IABP, CVVH). How true is the "toxic" environment of surgical ICUs? What is the main reason for extended patient stay in the ICUs? Why are CVICU nurses usually given a bad rep on social media?We are joined today by Dr. Danielle LeVeck, a dual board-certified Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Clinical Nurse Specialist. She received her BA in Communications from Purdue University in 2007, second degree of BS in Nursing from Indiana University in 2011, and DNP from the University of Maryland in 2018, with her doctoral research focusing on implementing palliative care for patients with end-stage heart failure. Working bedside in various cardiac ICUs for almost a decade, Dr. LeVeck is now a CVICU nurse practitioner and stands as one of the Healthcare Advisory Board of the medical apparel line FIGS. Beyond the hospital, she empowers all generations of nurses through her blog and online platform, Nurse Abnormalities, which she began in 2015 and has garnered over 170,000 subscribers. She has also contributed to several magazines, including The Strategist, Glamour, The Daily, and Board Vitals.Livestream Air Date: February 24, 2022Danielle LeVeck, DNP, ACNPC-AG, CCNS: IG @nurseabnormalitiesFriends of Franz: IG @friendsoffranzpod & FB @friendsoffranzpodChristian Franz (Host): IG @chrsfranz & YT Christian FranzThankful to the season's brand partners: Clove, BETR Remedies, Eko, Lumify, RescueMD, Medical School for Kids, Your Skincare Expert, Twrl Milk Tea
The news of Texas covered today includes:Our Lone Star story of the day: In Texas House rules fight, Speaker Phelan once again went overboard to show loyalty to the trangender-homosexual-woke political agenda as well as to the Democratic Party. Is this what you elected Christian conservative Republican state reps to support?Want “mainstream” press? GOP conservative-backed rules changes over LGBTQ issues fail in Texas House.Phelan also proved me right again by doing things in a way that prevents reps from ever having to cast a vote on these deeply controversial and political issues.Our Lone Star story of the day is sponsored by Allied Compliance Services providing the best service in DOT, business and personal drug and alcohol testing since 1995.The hypocrisy of the Biden classified document scandal versus that of Trump, both in the press and in the government, is causing our county to lose its legitimacy in the minds of others on the globe which is necessary to remain the global leader. It's a donation to our enemies. It's different when Biden gets caught with classified docs CNN Defense of Biden Collapses as 2nd Batch of Classified Documents Found Biden classified memo drama reignites concern about first family's ties to Beijing, China influence Texas state senators drew, due to redistricting, for 2- or 4-year terms. Also, the Senate voted to re-open redistricting as a safety measure against a Dem-filed lawsuit.The pro-racism of Texas public medical schools must be stopped. “Affirmative action” all these generations later is not justified and certainly dangerous when it comes to medical school admission. Systematic discrimination as policy should not be acceptable in any case even if the intentions are said be good.And, other news of Texas.Listen on the radio, or station stream, at 5pm Central. Click for our affiliates.www.PrattonTexas.com
The financial reality of attending medical school can be particularly jarring for students from historically marginalized racial and ethnic groups who represent the first in their family to attend medical school. In this episode, first-generation medical students cover topics around financial literacy, debt management, different types of loans and repayment plans, building generational wealth, types of retirement plans, and more in an effort to financially empower medical students. Guests include: Sanjay Sharma, MD, MS, MBA; Michael Sweeney, MD, MBA, and Kabir Grewal, a medical student at the Florida State University and president of an organization at FSU that that educates med students about financial literacy and health care economics.
Want to beat that test anxiety? Learn how to take exams with confidence with this video. I will share my test preparation, exam-taking tips, and tricks to help you relax and get that high grades. ✨ Picmonic 20% Discount:https://www.picmonic.com/viphookup/themdjourneyLKH21Hope yall enjoy!If so - would love it if you could leave a 5-star review on iTunes here to help us help more students succeed on their journey.P.S. Want more help? Check out so of my favorite resources below!MY FREE ONLINE COURSES AND RESOURCES:Get Better Grades In 3 Steps [You Need To Know About This]: https://themdjourney.com/study-rehab/How I Cut Your Studying Time By 50% In 8-Steps: http://bit.ly/medschoolstudyguideEntire Free Library Of Med School Resources & Guides: https://themdjourney.com/free-guides/How To Crush It On Step 1 [Full Breakdown]: https://bit.ly/36Yt3uMBecome A Superstar Students With These Key Strategies - https://skl.sh/2Uf3CTGMED SCHOOL DOMINATION BUNDLE:My best step-by-step strategies to become a top med student: http://bit.ly/themdsalesbundleMED ELITE COACHING PROGRAM:Get better grades in less time with our personalized coaching programs: https://themdjourney.com/study-transf...MED ELITE ACADEMY:An Entire Library Of Video Courses & Books For Med School: http://bit.ly/medeliteacademyOTHER POPULAR EBOOKS & COURSES:Get Better Grades In 3-Weeks: http://bit.ly/levelupyourstudyingcourseMed School Domination eBook Bundle: http://bit.ly/themdsalesbundleCrush Your Step 1 Exam [Step-By-Step Strategies To Pass With Ease]: http://bit.ly/Step1AcademyCrush Your Clinical Rotations - https://www.themdjourney.com/crushing...Become A Superstar Doctor: https://themdjourney.com/intern-survi...Get Into Your Dream Med School For 99 Cents: https://amzn.to/2r79D47Transform Your Grades And Efficiency In 2 Days: https://themdjourney.com/rapid-study-...MY FAVORITE VIDEOS:How TO Use Anki Like A Pro [Step-By-Step]: https://youtu.be/WmPx333n5UQHow To Study Like A Pro [Step-By-Step]: https://youtu.be/0c-3E6O-dcYMotivation Video – How To Stay Motivated In Med School: https://youtu.be/f0yI6V5Ews8BE MY FRIEND:Website/Blog: TheMDJourney.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/themdjourneyRECOMMENDED RESOURCES & DISCOUNTSOnlineMedEd: https://tinyurl.com/y7xy3zgmPhyseo: http://bit.ly/physeodiscount15% OFF with code: TheMDJourneyPicmonic: http://bit.ly/picmonic_TheMDJourney (20% Discount)
One thing we can agree on about today's topic is this: doctors historically are under-savers. But when it comes to physician money management, exactly how much doctors should be saving is hotly contested. How much and how you save is going to depend on your own financial goals and your current situation - the status of your student loans, whether you're married or have kids or plan to start a family when you want to retire, etc. In this episode, we'll give you two different options for figuring out how much money you should save - regardless of your situation. Looking for own-occcupation disability insurance check out → setforlifeinsurance.com
Doug is frequently asked if physicians can have more than one doctor loan when purchasing a new home. He explores the topic on today's Mortgage Minute. Link to website: https://dougcrousephysicianloans.com/
In the wake of new legal challenges to race-conscious admission policies, JAMA Interim Executive Editor Gregory Curfman, MD, discusses racial and ethnic diversity in undergraduate and medical school admission policies with Roy H. Hamilton, MD, MS, from the Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania. Related Content: Defending Racial and Ethnic Diversity in Undergraduate and Medical School Admission Policies
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