October 4th, 2023 is TEN4 FACESp Day designed to bring awareness to the bruising clinical decision rule. This month, host Paul Wirkus, MD, FAAP will be discussing child abuse and neglect with Toni Laskey, MD, MPH, MBA, FAAP and Kris Campbell, MD, FAAP. In week one Dr. Laskey will be discussing sentinel injuries. For more information about available credit visit vCurb.com.ACCME Accreditation StatementThis activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Colorado Medical Society through the joint providership of Kansas Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics and Utah Chapter, AAP. Kansas Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics is accredited by the Colorado Medical Society to provide continuing medical education for physicians. AMA Credit Designation StatementKansas Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Have you been struggling to shed those last stubborn pounds, only to see them return? It's time to reevaluate your approach to nutrition. Rather than fearing all fats, it's time to embrace the right kinds of fats for a leaner, more energetic you. Join Ann Tsung today as she discusses the benefits of a balanced, fat-rich diet. This dietary approach focuses on the quality of fats consumed, steering clear of trans fats and excessive saturated fats while embracing the nourishing qualities of unsaturated and monounsaturated fats to promote a healthier and more balanced lifestyle. Ann will discuss the essential fats to include in your diet and provide valuable cooking tips to help you on your journey to a healthier you.Key Points From This Episode:1. Why do we need to incorporate fat into our diet?2. When you consume enough healthy fat, it can actually reduce inflammation and help with weight loss.3. What are the various types of fats?4. Incorporate stable, saturated fats into your diet.5. Consume any form of monounsaturated fat.6. Avocados can be your go-to snack.7. Try to cook your food as whole as possible, with few additives.8. Pick one healthy fat that you want to incorporate into your diet and one unhealthy fat to get rid of.Listen to the previous episodes hereEpisode 043 – Lose Those Last Few Pounds! If you're struggling with your vitality, energy, mood, focus, or sleep, this show is for you. You'll discover the keys to remove the barriers or blockades that have been holding you back.Please subscribe and review so we can up-level this show for you.Visit https://www.productivitymd.com/podcast/ to learn moreFollow Ann Tsung MD, MPH onhttps://www.instagram.com/anntsungmd/https://www.facebook.com/AnnTsungMD/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCv2Y9GGFtLLjf-rTCJWG2aQhttps://mobile.twitter.com/anntsungmd
Join the Behind the Knife Surgical Oncology Team as we discuss the presentation, work-up, and management of gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GISTs)! Timothy Vreeland, MD, FACS (@vreelant) is an Assistant Professor of Surgery at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and Surgical Oncologist at Brooke Army Medical Center Daniel Nelson, DO, FACS (@usarmydoc24) is Surgical Oncologist and current HPB fellow at MD Anderson Connor Chick, MD (@connor_chick) is a Surgical Oncology fellow at Ohio State University. Lexy (Alexandra) Adams, MD, MPH (@lexyadams16) is a PGY-6 General Surgery resident at Brooke Army Medical Center Beth (Elizabeth) Carpenter, MD (@elizcarpenter16) is a PGY-5 General Surgery resident at Brooke Army Medical Center Learning Objectives: In this episode, we review the basics of gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GISTs), how to evaluate patients with presenting mass consistent with GIST, initial work-up, staging, and management. We discuss key concepts including the genetic background of these tumors and high-yield targeted therapies that are relevant both in direct patient care and board exams. Reference: Gold JS, Gönen M, Gutiérrez A, Broto JM, García-del-Muro X, Smyrk TC, Maki RG, Singer S, Brennan MF, Antonescu CR, Donohue JH, DeMatteo RP. Development and validation of a prognostic nomogram for recurrence-free survival after complete surgical resection of localised primary gastrointestinal stromal tumour: a retrospective analysis. Lancet Oncol. 2009 Nov;10(11):1045-52. doi: 10.1016/S1470-2045(09)70242-6. Epub 2009 Sep 28. PMID: 19793678; PMCID: PMC3175638. Please visit https://behindtheknife.org to access other high-yield surgical education podcasts, videos and more. If you liked this episode, check out our surgical oncology oral board exam review here: https://behindtheknife.org/premium/
Fantasy Baseball Live – October 1. 4pmWrapping up the season.Segments 1 and 2 - Discuss the weekend games.Additional Questions1.The Giants parted ways with Gabe Kapler. Who else do you think is in trouble? Any GMs?a.Yankeesi.Aaron Boone ii.Brian Cashmanb.San Diegoi.Bob Melvinii.AJ Prellerc.Mets – Buck Showalterd.Cardinals – Oliver Marmol2.Did you see the check swing by Bryce Harper that Angel Hernandez called a swing? I mean, what a joke.a.Why does this guy still have a job? If the answer is a strong union, then something has to change.3.Why did the Rockies resign Charlie Blackmon? Sure, he slashed .284/.368/.446, but with eight home runs, he's a singles hitter who really should be a DH. Kind of like Andrew Benintendi, and he has a job. But still, given where they are in the process, shouldn't they let their kids play and build for the future? I don't get it. 4.Two notable pitching performances yesterday – Do either interest you for next season? They should be cheap.a.Frankie Montes – 1.1 IP, 2 hits, 0 ER, 1K/1BBb.Chris Paddack – 3 IP, 2 hits, 0 ER, 4K/0BB. Total of five innings, striking out 8 and walking one. FB was 95.5 MPH, up 2.5 MPH from 2022. Better spin. Change-up still looks great.5.On the other hand, Carlos Rodon had a start to forget. a.0.0 IP, 6 hits, 8 ER, 2 BB. Brutal season. 6.85 ERA in 14 starts. Can he be this bad?6.Felix Bautista is having TJS. A real bummer as he will likely not pitch in 2024.Segment 3 – First round of the playoffs – Best 2 out of 3 – October 4 through 61.American Leaguea.Orioles (1) and Astros (2) - Byesb.Rangers (6) vs. Twins (3)c.Blue Jays (5) vs. Rays (4)2.National Leaguea.Braves (1) and Dodgers (2) – Byesb.Diamondbacks (6) vs. Brewers (3)c.Marlins (5) vs. Phillies (4)Segment 4 – Preparing for next season.•What will be the first things you start to look at for 2024?This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3306394/advertisement
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Hosts Fred Goldstein and Gregg Masters, MPH welcome Sushant Gupta. Co-Founder and CEO of Meomind, the world's first on-demand alternative to therapy with a new approach to mental healthcare making therapy more affordable and scalable than ever before. Meomind is a platform that was created to address the challenges many face in accessing quality therapy. We discuss the world of mental health, coaching and those all important social determinants of health. Stick around, you won't want to miss the rest of the story. To stream our Station live 24/7 visit www.HealthcareNOWRadio.com or ask your Smart Device to “….Play Healthcare NOW Radio”. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen
Are you struggling to know what to post on LinkedIn? Well start with asking questions. Asking questions are a great way to get more comfortable and confident in speaking to your LinkedIn network.YouTube (Video Version): https://youtu.be/xAIYFSwq-WYSubmit your question, topic, feedback: https://forms.gle/GbMZXVhnU8Ln5yF46Join 800+ people in our email blasts: https://thephmillennial.com/signupConnect with me: https://www.linkedin.com/in/omari-richins-mph/Chapters:@0:00 Introduction@0:43 Benefit of asking questions on LinkedIn@1:35 The power of asking questions on LinkedIn example@3:19 How you can ask a question@5:23 Resharing the question you asked@6:37 Be consistent with asking questions @7:08 Recap and support usJob search excel spreadsheet [FREE}: https://thephmillennial.ck.page/38e89f861b2 Resume Templates [FREE]: https://thephmillennial.ck.page/f7c9ac10e7How to network on LinkedIn in 2023: https://thephmillennial.com/131-how-to-network-on-linkedin-in-2023-public-health-lives/Support the showThanks for tuning in. Let's all work together towards a culture of health, wellbeing, and equity for all. ⭐⭐ SUBSCRIBE & Leave a 5-STAR REVIEW! ⭐⭐ Follow & Support:- Contribute to the show (one-time or monthly)- The Public Health Millennial on IG - The Public Health Millennial on LinkedIn - The Public Health Millennial Website- Omari Richins, MPH on LinkedIn- Support on The Public Health Store
In this episode of the Becker's Healthcare Podcast, join host Erika Spicer Mason in a compelling conversation with Christina Cordero, PhD, MPH, Senior Project Director of Healthcare Standards Development at The Joint Commission, as they delve into the vital topic of "Prioritizing Equity in Healthcare." Tune in to gain valuable insights into the significance of healthcare equity, common challenges faced by organizations, and actionable improvement initiatives. Additionally, discover the latest requirements and resources for advancing healthcare equity recently introduced by The Joint Commission. Don't miss this informative discussion that sheds light on promoting equality in healthcare.This episode is sponsored by The Joint Commission.
Charmaine Dominguez, MPH, RDN shares valuable information and knowledge on reversing type 2 diabetes & insulin resistance with plant-based eating. [FREE Webinar Training]https://type2impact.com/get-startedYou can find us on Instagram, Tik Tok, Youtube and Facebook! Instagram: @ReversingDiabetesRevolutionTikTok: @ReversingDiabetesRevolutionYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnT4fBV4xZodT2_GBxZV0xwFacebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/680396812519649
Wrapping up our internship series with deep diving into the lab animal specialty. Our guest, Jessica Plunkard, DVM, MPH, did her Lab Animal Residency at Johns Hopkins University. We hear how she became interested in lab animal before starting vet school and we learn about the match process and most importantly, the early deadlines. From managing colony health to facilities to staff, residency gives a lot of hands-on experience, especially when you start overseeing cases in the 2nd month! We discuss the smaller specialty with a tight-knit group and pranking with a whoopie cushion and a camera!Remember we want to hear from you! Please be sure to subscribe to our feed on Apple Podcasts and leave us a ratings and review. You can also contact us at MVLPodcast@avma.orgYou can also follow us on social media @AVMAVets #MyVetLife #MVLPodcast
I decided to encore this episode with Carly Eckert, MD, PhD(c), MPH, because I keep finding myself quoting Dr. Eckert in conversations, even a year later. First off, if you're not familiar, a care gap is what happens when there is a bad transition of care. Patient has no idea what their discharge instructions actually mean, so they wind up back in the hospital. Patient didn't pick up their prescription, so they wind up in the hospital or back in the hospital. Patient still has uncontrolled hypertension long after being diagnosed with uncontrolled hypertension or uncontrolled diabetes. It's crazy how many patients keep going to their doctor and being told they have high blood pressure or high blood sugar and their care plans are not adjusted. Or they don't take their meds due to cost or a lack of trust or whatever other reason. Or care gaps exist because the patients don't go to their doctor in the first place. So, they settle right into a care gap that no doctor can fix because down there in the bottom of that care gap, there's no medical professionals. So, a year later and the year after that, their blood sugar or their blood pressure is still high. These are patients in care gaps. I mean, consider that heart failure … I heard it called the “a little too late disease” by William Bestermann, MD, the other day. You don't just spontaneously develop heart failure, after all. If you have uncontrolled hypertension and/or uncontrolled diabetes for too long, you will get heart failure and you'll also probably get chronic kidney disease. Chronic kidney disease, by the way, is often the cause of most heart failure readmissions, so think about the entire impact of heart failure and most kidney disease when you think about the cost of care gaps. This is what we talk about today. And with that, here's your encore. In this healthcare podcast, I'm speaking with Carly Eckert, MD. It's kinda funny, actually. I originally wanted to get Dr. Eckert on the show to talk about care gaps and how to close them, but this show did not wind up going how I thought it was going to go because Carly Eckert is a physician by training who got really interested in the upstream causes of what she was seeing in clinical practice. Despite my best efforts, she refused to be lured into my closing care gaps conversation. So, instead, this conversation is about the construct of care gaps and thinking about them in context. Closing care gaps is a model of care and maybe not a particularly great one, relatively speaking. In fact, here's another name for the model of care called closing care gaps: care gap whack-a-mole. Care gap pops up … we whack it. Care gap pops up … we try to close it. Another care gap pops up … we try to close it. Another care gap … you get the idea. Carly Eckert has worked in epidemiology and public health and also clinical informatics for health systems and payers. I recorded this show with Dr. Eckert prior to EP359 with Dan O'Neill. In that interview, which you should go back and listen to when you have a sec, Dan O'Neill cleared up a couple of things that I struggled with during this interview. Here's the big one that I could not figure out: Why with the whack-a-mole? Why do we still insist as a nation on waiting for someone to show up in clinic to retroactively and reactively address a missed preventative care opportunity? Why don't so many more provider organizations create pop health programs that consider the whole person proactively? Why don't they take the time to operationalize whole-person care in a meaningful way? Ah, yes … to the surprise of exactly no one, it's all about the Benjamins. As Dan O'Neill put it, if all a provider organization is doing is slapping a sheet on a doc's desk every morning with a list of care gaps for all the patients that he/she will see that day, it's highly likely that incentives, or penalties to do anything else, are very weak. It's a sign that, from a paying for value perspective, we're not paying enough for value that it's worth it or maybe even feasible for any provider organization to take the time and capital expense to switch up their business model in any meaningful way. So, the provider gets a little bump or a little knock if they don't meet some quality standard. Okay, great … so then they'll minimally tweak their workflow and have doctors within their 7- to 15-minute visit suss out and try to close care gaps. I don't want to say this is entirely negative. It's known that when provider organizations do close care gaps, patient outcomes do tend to get better—so, not arguing that. But there's opportunities that get left on the table with all this reactiveness. Bottom line: You insurers, you purchasers of healthcare, pay for value, for real. But you provider organizations, if you don't fix this stuff yourself, you're gonna get doctors and other clinicians (as we're seeing) burning out and quitting because there's only so much you can jam into a 7- or 15-minute visit, number one. But number two, doing population health reactively like this is suboptimal—and everybody knows it. So, what winds up happening is dedicated doctors and nurses desperately want to do the right thing but simply do not have the time. And they watch patient after patient suffer for it. That sucks. So, fix it. At the end of the day, it's probably cheaper than having to recruit all new doctors and hire traveling nurses when all of the current staff quits due to burnout and/or moral injury. You can learn more by connecting with Dr. Eckert on LinkedIn and following her on X (Twitter). Carly Eckert, MD, PhD(c), MPH, is a physician and technologist with dual board certifications in preventive medicine and clinical informatics. With nearly a decade of experience, Dr. Eckert has led multidisciplinary teams encompassing clinical, product development, and data science domains within healthcare start-ups. Her areas of expertise include AI governance, ethical considerations, and bias mitigation, along with a deep understanding of healthcare data and its appropriate use. Dr. Eckert also educates fellow physicians and healthcare professionals on the practical and applied facets of AI solutions, as well as how to foster effective communication with technical teams. In her current professional role, Dr. Eckert is embarking on collaborations with various partners to assess and accelerate the transformative influence of data and technology on care delivery. The overarching goal of this work is to enhance the healthcare experience for broad and varied populations, with exciting new developments on the horizon. 05:31 What is the true goal in making population health successful? 05:58 How does the clinical pathway need to manifest in population health? 06:29 How do we get a nonfragmented state of care? 06:54 What is the best model of care? 08:37 “Identifying and addressing care gaps is an important element of population health.” 11:30 Closing care gaps vs creating a nonfragmented system of care. 15:38 “I think you have to take small steps with people.” 16:45 “There's a lot of power in peer support.” 17:18 Why should provider organizations connect with peer groups? 19:05 “The key is that it's not going to be the same for everybody.” 23:09 Why is diversity of the workforce key to closing care gaps? 23:33 EP322 with Monica Lypson, MD, MHPE. 23:37 EP347 with Ian Tong, MD. 28:36 Where can providers improve transparency to help close care gaps? You can learn more by connecting with Dr. Eckert on LinkedIn and following her on X (Twitter). @carlymeckert discusses #caregaps in #healthcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #podcast #digitalhealth #valuebasedcare #vbc Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! Dr Robert Pearl, Larry Bauer (Summer Shorts 8), Secretary Dr David Shulkin and Erin Mistry, Keith Passwater and JR Clark (Summer Shorts 7), Lauren Vela (Summer Shorts 6), Dr Jacob Asher (Summer Shorts 5), Eric Gallagher (Summer Shorts 4), Dan Serrano, Larry Bauer, Dr Vivek Garg (Summer Shorts 3)
The hospital is increasingly becoming a hostile environment, with clinicians facing verbal abuse and physical violence from patients and their families. Clinicians need skills to defuse conflict and hopefully settle down hostilities before they get out of hand. If calming hostilities is not possible, they need to know what to do in the face of violent confrontation. On this episode, Tomas discusses patient hostility with a leading expert on the topic. Moderator: Tomas Villanueva, DO, MBA, FACPE, SFHM Senior Principal, Clinical Operations and Quality Vizient Guest: Cecilia Cruz, MD, MPH, CPCC, ACC Founder and Chief Executive Officer Marpe, LLC Board-certified emergency medicine physician Former co-chair of Quality Division of Emergency Medicine NorthShore University HealthSystem Show Notes: [01:41] Patient hostility on the rise [02:43] Verbal violence is most prevalent, and the most unreported [03:19] Cleveland Clinic: violence four times more prevalent in health care [04:08] Health care workers more exposed than prison guards and police officers [04:39] Higher risk of assaults for nurses [05:26] Biggest risk in high-acuity settings – ambulances, EDs, ICUs, psych units [06:10] Reasons/origins [08:52] Patient families as source of conflict Links | Resources: To contact Modern Practice: firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Cruz's email: email@example.com Dr Cruz's Linkedin page: Click here MARPE, LLC website: Click here Subscribe Today! Apple Podcasts Amazon Podcasts Android Google Podcasts Spotify RSS Feed
Interview with Nosayaba Osazuwa-Peters, BDS, PhD, MPH, CHES, author of Association of Human Papillomavirus Status With Suicide Risk Among Patients With Head and Neck Cancer. Hosted by Paul C. Bryson, MD, MBA. American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Interview with Muthiah Vaduganathan, MD, MPH, and John W. Ostrominski, MD, authors of Prevalence and Overlap of Cardiac, Renal, and Metabolic Conditions in US Adults, 1999-2020. Hosted by Sadiya Sana Khan, MD, MSc. Related Content: Prevalence and Overlap of Cardiac, Renal, and Metabolic Conditions in US Adults, 1999-2020
There's something super special about getting to interview someone you knew as a kid. Especially when they've grown up to absolutely crush it in this industry. For me, that's Dr. Britt Gonsoulin, MD, MPH. Dr. Britt and I met playing basketball together on our high school team (I have the oversized jersey pic to prove it :). She went on to play D1 basketball while majoring in Kinesiology & Exercise and Sports Sciences, then continued her education at Tulane University School of Medicine. There, she graduated AOA with a dual doctorate and Public Health masters degree in Health Systems Management. Dr. Britt has collected over 15 years of clinical experience as a Sports Psychiatrist and provides comprehensive in-person and tele-health care from her practice in Bainbridge Island, WA. To put it plainly, her professional resume is so freaking impressive. So much so that I did something I've never done before and invited my MCA students to join us for our interview! I love this episode because my MCA students got a chance to ask their own burning questions like: “How can we help an athlete filter against an outcome-focused parent or coach?” “How you incorporate cognitive behavior therapy with clients of different ages?” “How do you help kids who are afraid to be honest with their coach because of how it might affect their playing time?” “What's the difference between Sports Psychology and Sports Psychiatry?” “When should you enlist the help of a Sports Psychiatrist?” Dr. Britt is so passionate about the psychiatric side of sports, and working alongside people like her is so vital to this industry expanding. Thank you Dr. Britt for letting us pick your brain! Follow Dr. Britt Website: www.bainbridgementalhealth.com Related Resources: Study: Not Just a Physical Thing: The Psychology of Sports Injuries and Recovery: You can read this study (mentioned in the episode) here: https://answers.childrenshospital.org/psychology-sports-injury-recovery/ How to Become a Mental Performance Coach: Our latest and greatest FREE ultra-simple guide will show you how YOU can make mindset coaching your full-time career or part-time hustle. (Even without your PhD!). Take the first step to becoming the mindset coach you've been dreaming of: https://www.positiveperformancetraining.com/guide The Mindset Coach Academy: If you are ready to step into your purpose as a Positive Performance Certified Mindset Coach, our fall cohort starts in October, 2023. Join our waitlist to be the first to know when enrollment opens: www.positiveperformancetraining.com/MCACertification Here's a glance at the episode… [4:50] Lindsey and Dr. Britt have known each other since they were teenagers playing basketball together. Dr. Britt explains the difference between Sport Psychiatry and Sport Psychology. [9:20] When should you enlist the help of a Sport Psychiatrist? When should clients be referred to one during coaching? [13:32] Since the pandemic, there's been more public dialogue about mental health, and mental health issues appear to be more prevalent. Dr. Britt weighs in. [19:30] Dr. Britt shares what exactly led her to her career in Sport Psychiatry. [21:20] Performance anxiety is consistent across industries, Dr. Britt shares how she breaks apart, analyzes, and treats athletes with performance anxiety. [26:30] Ken asks Dr. Britt the question, “Do you incorporate cognitive behavior therapy with clients? How do you use it with different age groups?” and “How do you help kids who are afraid of what their coach might think and how that might affect their playing time?” [30:51] Dr. Britt shares an acronym, “S.E.T”, to illustrate the framework of how to build a healthy coach/athlete relationship early on. Lindsey asks her for some case study examples of her practice. [36:27] Lindsey asks Dr. Britt to explain how her experience as a D1 athlete informs her work as a Sport Psychiatrist. [38:00] Pete asks, “What can we do to help young athletes overcome the amount of stress that's put on them?” Dr Britt talks about how she coaches her 10 year old kid to keep what really matters in perspective (Hint: The Harlem Globetrotters might help) [44:25] Dr. Britt argues that the tough environment of sports can actually be a tool to help young athletes develop emotional resilience and emotional intelligence sooner. [45:04] Lyne asks, “What is the impact of injuries to athletes and their mindset?”. Dr. Britt explains how the body and mind's response to physical trauma is widely varied and unpredictable. The group discusses the importance of mental health resources for injured players. [50:22] Krista asks, “How can we help an athlete filter against an outcome-focused parent or coach?” Dr. Britt advocates for helping athletes create their own mission statement around their sport. [52:15] Lindsey wraps up the episode by asking Dr. Britt a few rapid-fire questions. Dr. Britt shares some life highlights, from enjoying the baby fawn in her backyard, to eating chocolate, starting a blog, creating a morning ritual, and returning to her love of photography. Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts “I love Lindsey's straight forward, realistic approach to motivation and living your best life.”
Hey hey, amazing listeners! Welcome to today's episode of the Fuck It All Podcast where we dive deep into stories of empowerment and breaking stigmas. We are BEYOND excited to share this week's incredible guest with you.This week on the podcast we have the remarkable Imani Wilson from Plan C redefining what it means to be a sex-positive person and an advocate for reproductive rights all over the country. Her MO? She's all about open conversations and healthy education. Imani grew up in the South, facing some tough challenges due to teen pregnancy stigma in the zeitgeist which was juxtaposed by her sex-positive mom educating her on all things informed sex. In the end, momma bear won (woohoo!) and Imani grew up to be a sex-positive empowered woman with sexual literacy as her weapon of choice. Huzzah! Now, let's dive into the details. Imani is a graduate student at Temple University, pursuing a Ph.D. in Social and Behavioral Sciences. With an MPH from UCLA in Community Health Sciences, she's a powerhouse in the field. Imani's also a vital part of Plan C, working as a Partnerships and Engagement Consultant. She's all about creating community partnerships to raise awareness about abortion pill access nationwide. Basically, she's advocating for us when our own Supreme Court won't! Imani's research is nothing short of groundbreaking! She's focused on comprehensive sex education reform, advocating for reproductive justice policies, and championing community-based birthing practices that prioritize the well-being of queer individuals of color.This episode is filled with stories of resilience, education, and advocacy. It's a reminder that no matter where you come from, you have the power to shape your narrative. So, let's embrace empowerment together! Keep shining, keep learning, and keep fighting for what's right!Imani WilsonWebsiteLinkedInResources from this episode: The It All Media Newsletter Becoming Cliterate: Why Orgasm Equality Matters--And How to Get It Podcast production for this episode was provided by CCST.
In this episode of “Inside Health Care,” we take a look back at what we've learned since the pandemic hit over two years ago. We first chat with an upcoming star speaker at NCQA's 2023 Health Innovation Summit on what we've garnered from the growth of telehealth in remote medicine. Then in our second interview in this episode, we discuss the public's conflict with immunization and new strategies on encouraging vaccination.Dr. Leslie Eiland is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Diabetes, Endocrinology & Metabolism at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. She is Medical Director of Patient Experience and Digital Health at Nebraska Medicine, and has been Medical Director of the endocrine telehealth program there since 2014. The program provides care via telehealth to eight rural community hospitals in Nebraska and Iowa. Dr. Eiland's clinical areas of interest and expertise are remote delivery of endocrine care and providing endocrine support for primary care providers in rural communities.For our second interview, we wonder: what have we learned from the pandemic? With backs up against the wall and clinical care pushed to capacity, 2023 was a time of reflection...and re-invigoration. In this interview, hosted by Dr. Sepheen Byron, Assistant Vice President, Performance Measurement at NCQA, you'll hear about one such effort to see what we've learned about, and gain new insights into approaches to care, from review of pandemic care. In this case, we focus on Adult Immunization and improving adult immunization rates.A panel of experts, including partners from NCQA, convened in June of 2023 for a roundtable discussion on adult immunization. They not only discussed clinical guidelines and approaches to better health. They considered simple human behavior: how to rebuild trust with patients and ultimately find new ways to encourage them to vaccinate. In September 2023, NCQA released a white paper summarizing the roundtable's discussions and their conclusions.Megan Lindley, MPH, is the adult vaccination Team Lead of the Applied Research, Implementation Science, and Evaluation Branch in the Immunization Services Division of the CDC. Her areas of research interest include immunization law and policy, adult immunization quality measurement, vaccination in pregnancy and healthcare personnel vaccination. She was an active member from 2012-2019 and a co-chair from 2018-2019 of the National Adult and Influenza Immunization Summit's Quality Measures Workgroup, which developed two immunization quality measures that were added to HEDIS in 2019: a measure of routine adult vaccination and a composite measure of vaccination of pregnant women. Ms. Lindley has authored or co-authored over 100 peer-reviewed publications.In our Fast Facts segment, we observe September's Prostate Cancer Awareness Month with important information from the CDC on symptoms and screening. We also discuss one of a number of NCQA's cancer-related HEDIS screening measures. Colorectal Cancer Screening, which we call C-O-L or C-O-L-E, assesses adults 50–75 who had appropriate screening for colorectal cancer with any of a number of tests, including a colonoscopy every 10 years, computed tomography colonography every 5 years and a stool DNA test every 3 years.
How to claim your free COVID tests from the federal government and get the most accurate results from COVID rapid tests. AMA's Vice President of Science, Medicine and Public Health, Andrea Garcia, JD, MPH, also discusses the latest COVID case numbers and the CDC's recommendation on the RSV vaccine for pregnant people. Plus, a WHO report on hypertension and a study on ultraprocessed foods and depression in women. American Medical Association CXO Todd Unger hosts.
NoorJehan Tourte and Hajar Yazdiha visit friends and discuss the misuse of Dr. Kings Words , immigrant communities indebted to the Civil Rights movement, Hasan Minhaj and more with host Marina Franklin. Hajar Yazdiha is an Assistant Professor of Sociology, faculty affiliate of the Equity Research Institute, and a CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar (2023-2025). Dr. Yazdiha received her Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and is a former Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow and Turpanjian Postdoctoral Fellow of the Chair in Civil Society and Social Change. Dr. Yazdiha's research examines the mechanisms underlying the politics of inclusion and exclusion as they shape ethno-racial identities, intergroup relations, and political culture.In addition to award-winning articles, she is the author of the new book, The Struggle for the People's King: How Politics Transforms the Memory of the Civil Rights Movement (Princeton University Press). Through her research, Dr. Yazdiha works to understand how systems of inequality become entrenched and how groups develop strategies to resist, contest, and manifest alternative futures. NooJehan Tourte After unexpectedly making it to the semi-finals of the 2022 Sports Illustrated Swim Search Competition,NoorJehan Tourte has made it her mission to get women excited about the prospect of falling on their faces, over and over, if it means they are making their one life on this earth count. She believed that becoming a Sports Illustrated model would represent the culmination of a lifetime spent searching for her true identity, but the experience helped her realize that her childhood dream was not only to be a cover model, but also a role model, one who empowers ladies to show the world every side, from every angle, unapologetically. Amidst the multitude of societal pressures put on women to conform, she wants to reassure her fellow females that living the life you painstakingly cultivated for yourself is worth even the worst of days, the worst of moments. Because wouldn't you rather stumble living life, than squander it standing still? NoorJehan is currently a Group Senior Vice President Brand Strategist at healthcare advertising agency AREA 23. Prior to working in advertising, she was a U.S. Brand Marketer at Pfizer and a healthcare consultant at PwC. She holds an MBA from Columbia University and an MPH from UCLA. She has a passion for storytelling that is universal, and believes this can be done if we all lead with empathy. Always hosted by Marina Franklin - One Hour Comedy Special: Single Black Female ( Amazon Prime, CW Network), TBS's The Last O.G, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Hysterical on FX, The Movie Trainwreck, Louie Season V, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Conan O'Brien, Stephen Colbert, HBO's Crashing, and The Breaks with Michelle Wolf.
On this episode of The ICHE Podcast, Editor-in-Chief, David Calfee, MD, MS discusses an important topic in infection prevention that is often easier said than done: patient bathing. Guests on this episode are Susan Huang, MD, MPH, Raveena D. Singh, MA, Michael Lin, MD, MPH, and Joshua K. Schaffzin, MD, PhD. Listen as they discuss the role of bathing and chlorhexidine bathing in infection prevention. Authors will each discuss their respective studies as well strategies to improve compliance with bathing protocols. After listening, be sure to visit cambridge.org/iche to read the full articles featured in today's episode.
Maudra Brown, MPH, CHES, APM, PAHM is Chief Health Strategist at MRB Public Health Consulting. She has over 16 years of public health experience championing Innovation in public health, focusing on non traditional partnerships and incorporating best practices with independent thought leadership. She conferred a Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Performance at College of Charleston. She then pursued a Master of Public Health in International Health and Sustainable Development at Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.Shownotes: https://www.thephmillennial.com/episode170Connect with Maudra: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maudrabrown/Join 800+ people on our email lists: https://www.thephmillennial.com/signup/Chapters:@0:00 Episode Teaser@1:36 Maudra Brown, MPH, CHES, APM, PAHM Intro@3:16 Identify and personal background @6:00 Education can't teach you community work@13:45 Integrating public health into businesses @20:00 What is Public Health?@23:50 Bachelors of Science in Health and Human Performance at College of Charleston@29:00 Undergrad experiences@33:35 Master of Public Health at Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine@36:15 Experiences during Tulane @45:40 MPH Takeaways@49:57 Pediatric Injury Previously at Medical University of South Carolina @54:30 Health Policy Analyst @58:30 Steps to advancing in her role@1:07:30 Clinical Quality Director@1:11:47 Chief Health Strategist at MRB Consulting@1:23:10 Advice for independent consultants in public health @1:28:47 Connection & Future Predictions @1:32:52 The Furious Five@1:37:53 Support UsSupport the showThanks for tuning in. Let's all work together towards a culture of health, wellbeing, and equity for all. ⭐⭐ SUBSCRIBE & Leave a 5-STAR REVIEW! ⭐⭐ Follow & Support:- Contribute to the show (one-time or monthly)- The Public Health Millennial on IG - The Public Health Millennial on LinkedIn - The Public Health Millennial Website- Omari Richins, MPH on LinkedIn- Support on The Public Health Store
Approximately 500 000 adults in the US have survived childhood cancer. JAMA Deputy Editor Mary McGrae McDermott, MD, speaks with Smita Bhatia, MD, MPH, University of Alabama, about common medical problems that occur in adults who have survived a childhood cancer and optimal approaches to medical care for these patients. Related Content: Clinical Care for People Who Survive Childhood Cancer
In this month's episode of Health Equity Mondays (HEM), with co-hosts Jasmine Leonard aka Health Equity Jazz, MPH and Omari Richins, MPH, we talk about:- Vaccine Rollouts- Childhood poverty more than doubled from its 2021 lowHealth Equity Jazz Newsletter: https://www.healthequityjazz.beehiiv.com The Public Health Millennial Email Blast: https://thephmillennial.com/signup/Vaccine Rollout Updates & Snags- NPR: https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2023/09/11/1198719166/new-covid-vaccines-get-fda-approval- KFF: https://www.kff.org/uninsured/issue-brief/key-facts-about-the-uninsured-population/- CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/pressroom/nchs_press_releases/2023/202305.htm#:~:text=8.4%25%20or%2027.6%20million%20Americans,or%2033.2%20million%20in%202019.- Politco: https://www.politico.com/news/2023/09/22/a-bumpy-rollout-of-covid-19-shot-on-the-commercial-market-00117703- NY Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2023/09/22/well/covid-vaccine-booster-insurance.htmlChildhood Poverty Rates Double from 2021 Low- NPR: https://www.npr.org/2023/09/12/1198923453/child-poverty-child-tax-credi-pandemic-aid-census-data- American Progress: https://www.americanprogress.org/article/basic-facts-children-poverty/ - ChildTrends: https://www.childtrends.org/publications/5-ways-poverty-harms-children Health Equity in Action (Physician to Nurse Practitioner ratio)- Health Affairs: https://www.healthaffairs.org/content/forefront/decade-data-update-primary-care-and-mental-health-nurse-practitioner-and-physicianHEJ Links:HEM: https://www.healthequityjazz.com/HEM Merch: https://www.healthequityjazz.com/merch IG: https://www.instagram.com/healthequityjazz TwSupport the showThanks for tuning in. Let's all work together towards a culture of health, wellbeing, and equity for all. ⭐⭐ SUBSCRIBE & Leave a 5-STAR REVIEW! ⭐⭐ Follow & Support:- Contribute to the show (one-time or monthly)- The Public Health Millennial on IG - The Public Health Millennial on LinkedIn - The Public Health Millennial Website- Omari Richins, MPH on LinkedIn- Support on The Public Health Store
On this episode of Managed Care Cast, we speak with the senior author of a study published in the September 2023 issue of The American Journal of Managed Care® on the importance of adequate and effective lung cancer risk factor documentation to determine a patient's eligibility for screening. Farhood Farjah, MD, MPH, FACS, is thoracic surgeon at the University of Washington, and a senior investigator of the study, “Factors Associated With Lung Cancer Risk Factor Documentation.”
In this podcast episode, Anita Afzali, MD, MPH, MHCM, FACG, AGAF, and Aja McCutchen, MD, discuss how women in gastroenterology (GI) can embrace and enhance their value. These inspiring GI medicine experts propose a practical formula that involves ongoing, careful self-reflection and asking yourself how your strengths, core values, and interests can be aligned with professional endeavors. In addition, self-advocacy and self-allyship can serve as harmonious tools to drive action and positive change. Presenters:Dr Anita Afzali is a Professor of Clinical Medicine, Interim Division Director of the Division of Digestive Diseases, Executive Vice Chair of Medicine in the Department of Internal Medicine, and the Associate Chief Medical Officer of the UC Health system in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is also a Co-Founder of Scrubs & Heels.Anita Afzali, MD, MPH, MHCM, FACG, AGAF: consultant: AbbVie, Bristol Myers Squibb, Gilead Sciences, Janssen, Lilly, Pfizer, Takeda; provider of non-CME/CE services: AbbVie, Janssen, Pfizer, Takeda.Dr Aja McCutchen is a Partner and Physician Executive at Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates, a division of United Digestive in Atlanta, Georgia, and served as Co-Chair at the Scrubs & Heels 2023 Leadership Summit. Aja McCutchen, MD: consultant/advisor/speaker: Eli Lilly, Modify Health, Redhill Biopharm, Sanofi Regeneron, Takeda.Episode outline: Understanding and establishing your own market value; bringing that to your own organizationConsequences of being ill-equipped to pursue professional growth and developmentAdvocating for the value you bring to the professionNegotiation as a form of self-allyshipNegotiation categories to help support career success and protect work–life balanceOther program activities: Full Program: Equipped and Empowered: Thriving as Women in GIPodcast 1: Finding Your Friendtors: Mentors, Sponsors, and AlliesPodcast 3: Being Your Full Self: Pursuing Work–Life BalanceClinicalThought: Expert Commentary on Thriving as Women in GITo receive continuing education credit, submit your posttest answers no later than the expiration of this activity. Select 1 best answer for each question. When you have completed all the questions, press the "Continue" button at the bottom.
"The community health worker is under utilized, and yet can be the best glue across that continuum." In this episode, Ysabel Duron and Dr. Manali Patel discuss the importance of community health workers (CHWs) in cancer care delivery. They talk about the unique capacity of CHW to identify the actual gaps and actual needs of patients to support and work in tandem with doctors. This episode references the article titled "A Community-Engaged Process for Adapting a Proven Community Health Worker Model to Integrate Precision Cancer Care Delivery for Low-income Latinx Adults With Cancer" by Emily H. Wood, MPH, Maria Leach, MSW, Gerardo Villicana, BA, Lisa Goldman Rosas, PhD, MPH, Ysabel Duron, BS, Dale G. O'Brien, MD, Zachary Koontz, MD, and Manali I. Patel, MD, MPH, MS.
Tom Tooma, MD, founder, owner, and medical director for NVISION, joins Gary Wörtz, MD, and Blake Williamson, MD, MPH, to continue this season's topic of building a business and brand in ophthalmology. Dr. Tooma shares insights into his early days of building his refractive surgery practice, touching on the risks taken and lessons learned over the years. He further shares advice for surgeons to navigate the financial intricacies of running a successful practice and describes the current philosophy of his business.
Do you agree with the 20 MPH speed limit being introduced in Wales? Do you agree with ULEZ? In this episode, I'll be bangning on about motoring in the UK. Driving in the old days was fun but, now, it's a nightmare! I'll also be talking about that old saying... Don't compare yourself with others. Why do so many people have to look at others and comment on their clothes, their car, their house, their way of life... Mind your own business, that's what I say!
Beating Breast Cancer: Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment | On Call with the Prairie Doc® | September 21, 2023 | Prairie Doc® host Dr. Debra Johnston, with guests Sara Marroquin, MD, MPH from Avera Medical Group Specialty Care Brookings and Ally Higgins, MD from Avera Medical Group Oncology and Hematology Sioux Falls as they answer viewer questions about Breast Cancer.
Emily Hahn, MPH, RDN, CED-S joins me on today's episode! We talk about how she got into the eating disorder field, the multiple hats she wears and practical tips for navigating a girls night out or date when you've been struggling with disordered eating. We talk about the first thing Emily does when trying to help people move from dieting and restriction to peace and freedom with food and what pregnancy and motherhood looked/looks like for Emily. Emily is a WELL of compassion and helpful information -- two things at the core of Gratefully Nourished's mission. It was a joy to talk with her! Enjoy this episode, leave a review and share with a friend :-) Emily's bio: Emily Hahn is an eating disorder, non-diet dietitian in Houston, Texas. She owns and operates a group practice of dietitians called We All Eat Nutrition Therapy. We All Eat is a HAES-aligned practice that specializes in Intuitive Eating and eating disorder recovery. Emily is a Certified Eating Disorders Specialist Supervisor through the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals, and is currently serving as President on the board of the Houston Eating Disorders Specialists. Emily is contracted with the Houston Ballet Academy where she provides nutrition education, individual consultations, and sits on multidisciplinary panels. Learn more about Emily's practice: https://wealleatnutrition.com/ Alyssa's bio: Alyssa Pike is Registered Dietitian who cares deeply about helping people make informed and thoughtful food and nutrition decisions. In addition to owning and operating Gratefully Nourished, Alyssa currently works for a science communications organization where works to improve public perception of nutrition through translating nutrition research into digestible content, developing consumer research projects and serving as a sound resource to media outlets. Additionally, she previously worked alongside clients at an eating disorder outpatient center to help them make peace with food and their body. Alyssa would be grateful to work alongside you or your team to help you make sense of all the confusing nutrition (mis)information and to make individualized and evidenced-based nutrition choices. Learn more about Alyssa's practice: https://gratefullynourished.co/ CONNECT ON INSTA: @wealleatnutrition --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/alyssa-pike/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/alyssa-pike/support
When Do I Start Applying To Jobs Before Graduation? Knowing when to start applying for jobs before graduation is incredibly helpful. Use this 3 Phase framework to think through applying to jobs before graduation.Job search excel spreadsheet [FREE}: https://thephmillennial.ck.page/38e89f861b 2 Resume Templates [FREE]: https://thephmillennial.ck.page/f7c9ac10e7How to network on LinkedIn in 2023: https://thephmillennial.com/131-how-to-network-on-linkedin-in-2023-public-health-lives/Submit your question, topic, feedback: https://forms.gle/GbMZXVhnU8Ln5yF46Join 800+ people in our email blasts: https://thephmillennial.com/signupConnect with me: https://www.linkedin.com/in/omari-richins-mph/Chapters:@0:00 Intro@0:53 Context@1:56 Phase 1: Career Research@3:16 Phase 2: Applying Phase@4:10 Phase 3: The Hunt@6:10 Outro Support the showThanks for tuning in. Let's all work together towards a culture of health, wellbeing, and equity for all. ⭐⭐ SUBSCRIBE & Leave a 5-STAR REVIEW! ⭐⭐ Follow & Support:- Contribute to the show (one-time or monthly)- The Public Health Millennial on IG - The Public Health Millennial on LinkedIn - The Public Health Millennial Website- Omari Richins, MPH on LinkedIn- Support on The Public Health Store
Take 10 with Tim – September 22, 20231.We will take a look at the playoff picture2.Projecting the Awards – Who will win and who shoulda.ROY – AL and NLi.Gunnar and Corbinii.Bibee andb.MVP – AL and NLi.Ohtani and Acunac.CY Young – AL and NLi.Cole and Snellii.Castillo and Senga3.Zack Gelof has been very good this season.a..277/.344/.537, 13 HR, 13 SB, 35 runs, 27 RBI.b.Here are his advanced metrics i.Great exit velo at 90.9 MPH, slightly above launchii.92nd percentile in sprint speediii.Approach is a little aggressive and strikeouts are high at 26.6%. BABIP is a little high at .336.c.What kind of player do you think he will be next season? A Top _______________ third baseman off the board.4.Shohei Ohtani had elbow surgery this week, but in his own personal post, he didn't say the word TJS. He suppose to hit without restriction in 2024 and pitch without restriction in 2025. Is he still a first-round pick next season?5.It's good to see Shane Bieber back. If he pitches well this week, and maybe next week, does it give you confidence for drafting him next season?a.He will go off the board in the Top ________________ of pitchers?b.You will personal draft him as a Top _______________ pitcher.c.No word on Mike Trout that I've seen. Does this hurt his draft stock next season? Same question for him.6.Let's talk about each of the Mets' kids we've seen this year and where they might project for next.a.Francisco Alvarez – He's a Top _____________ catcher off the board?b.Brett Baty. He's a Top __________________ third baseman off the board?c.Mark Vientos. He's a Top _______________ third baseman off the board?d.Ronny Mauricio. He a Top _________________ second baseman off the board?7.What hitter do you want to pickup this weekend in FAAB?8.What pitcher do you want to pickup this weekend in FAAB?This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3306394/advertisement
On this special episode Dr. Correa speaks to David A. Evans, MBA, CEO of Texas Neurology and Natalia S. Rost, MD, MPH, FAAN, FAHA, chief of the stroke division at Massachusetts General Hospital and president-elect of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN). David and Dr. Rost speak about the AAN's newly published position statement on brain health including the organization's definition of brain health and vision for the future of brain health for all. Dr. Rost and David also discuss their experiences with neurologic conditions and share how they incorporate brain healthy activities into their daily lives. Additional Resources Neurology®: The AAN Brain Health Platform and Position Statement AAN's Brain Health Initiative Information on Stroke We want to hear from you! Have a question or want to hear a topic featured on the Brain & Life Podcast? Record a voicemail at 612-928-6206 Email us at BLpodcast@brainandlife.org Social Media: Guest: Dr. Natalia Rost @nsanar (Twitter & Instagram); Mr. David Evans @davidevanstx (Twitter) Host: Dr. Daniel Correa @neurodrcorrea
Many of America's poorest and sickest patients are stuck navigating two separate insurance programs — Medicare and Medicaid — to get the care they need.Guests:Jose Figueroa, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Health Policy and Management, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public HealthJean Minkel, PT, ATP, Senior Vice President of Rehab and Mobility Services, Independence Care SystemRochelle Render, advocate and mother of Saleema Render-HornsbySaleema Render-Hornsby, dually eligible personAllison Rizer, Principal, ATI AdvisoryLeslie Walker, Senior Producer/Reporter, TradeoffsLearn more and read a full transcript on our website.We're also excited to share that you can now find Tradeoffs on YouTube! Still not enough Tradeoffs? Sign up for our free weekly newsletter featuring the latest health policy research and news.Support this type of journalism today, with a gift. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Equity is not easy. It's tough enough to talk honestly about equity in US healthcare, and troublingly difficult to create solutions that can, and will, be implemented. But trouble—good trouble, as Representative John Lewis once put it—is precisely what interests the people on the latest episode of *The Resonance Test.* Dr. Djinge Lindsay, MD, MPH, Director of Public Health at CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, and Arianne Graham, CareFirst's Director Of Enterprise Strategy and Innovation are here on The Resonance Test to talk about their stalwart attempts to solve for equity. Johnathon Swersey, Senior Director of Innovation at EPAM, creates all kinds of necessary trouble by putting tough questions to our two guests. Swersey begins by addressing the idea that given the less-than-optimal state of US healthcare, why are we focusing on equity? “If we don't fix the health disparities in our country, those will spread to the rest of the population and it becomes not just a public health issue, but frankly, a national security issue,” says Graham. Or conversationalists agree that there has been much talk about equity but that talk is far too insufficient. “There has been a lot of verbal acknowledgement of the fact that structural racism is pervasive and all of our systems, including healthcare, but that verbal acknowledgement hasn't necessarily been followed with action,” says Dr. Lindsay. To move things forward, we need to align our moral imperatives with proper levels of funding. Dr. Lindsay asks us to consider the history of social change: “There have been few successful social change movements that haven't been aligned with some financial incentive for those who hold power.” One such alignment must just be possible with the new Health Equity Index that's being introduced to Medicare Advantage. Healthcare players, says Dr. Lindsay, will now be required to not only “look at their data, not only stratify their data but to action on closing disparity gaps. Closing differences in health outcomes for people based on their race.” Ultimately, it's about beginning from what Graham calls “an asset- as opposed to a deficit-based approach.” She says that understanding the history, pain, and ramifications of structural racism is important but also “there is space to celebrate what makes different cultures unique and use that as a leverage point to engage folks in conversation about health. To tap into the trusted messengers, trusted leaders, and representative figures within communities that are delivering messages of self-actualization and self-efficacy in managing our health.” Let's hope we can manage to take a step in a healthier direction. Begin by listening. Host: Alison Kotin Engineer: Kyp Pilalas Executive Producer: Ken Gordon
Who should get the latest COVID, flu and RSV vaccines and when they should get them. AMA's Vice President of Science, Medicine and Public Health, Andrea Garcia, JD, MPH, also discusses the potential for a fall tripledemic and how to prepare. Plus, rising COVID-19 cases, new CDC data on drug overdose deaths, and the blood supply shortage. American Medical Association CXO Todd Unger hosts.
In this Q&A, JAMA Editor in Chief Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, PhD, MD, MAS, interviews Michael Howell, MD, MPH, a pulmonologist and chief clinical officer at Google, to discuss the evolution of AI and what we should expect next for AI and health care. Related Content: Google Health's Chief Clinical Officer Talks About Incorporating AI in Health Care
In this podcast episode, Kate Scarlata, MPH, RDN, discusses how to help patients avoid over restricting their diets, the use of digital therapeutic tools in dietetics and more. • Intro :02 • Welcome to this episode of Gut Talk :23 • The interview/about Scarlata :31 • Scarlata on her family and growing up in a family of nine children. 1:02 • Who was more influential in shaping you? Was it your family, or people outside the family unit? 3:40 • What got you interested in diet and nutrition? 6:27 • Are there any defining moments personally or professionally that affected the direction of your career? 8:02 • Can you tell us about your first job as a GI dietician and how it led to your role in the field today? 12:17 • Berry and Scarlata on GI patient motivations and how they differ from the average patient. 16:51 • Are there things that you think are unique from a dietetics perspective to build that rapport with the patient and walk them back from deeply rooted thoughts they may have about their diet? 17:49 • Have you encountered situations with patients where you felt like you could not move forward without the assistance of other specialists such as a trained GI psychologist? 19:47 • Chey and Scarlata on disordered eating and eating disorders and red flags to help identify and assist these patients. 22:25 • Are you utilizing the FODMAP Gentle or bottom-up approach? 27:27 • Berry, Chey and Scarlata on the emergence of digital automated tools developed to help patients get access to therapies without the use of a trained clinician. 29:11 • Can you talk about the patient advocacy efforts you have been involved with, including the IBelieveinyourStory campaign and the EndHungerPain initiative? 34:43 • Chey, Berry and Scarlata on the economic challenges facing multidisciplinary GI care and getting patients access to dietary needs including resources like Equip Health. 41:29 • Scarlata on her upcoming book, Mind Your Gut: The Whole-body, Science-based Guide to Living with IBS, co-written with Megan Reihl, PsyD. 43:52 • Thank you, Kate 45:06 • Thanks for listening 45:17 Kate Scarlata, MPH, RDN is a US-based dietitian with over 30 years of experience. Kate's expertise is in gastrointestinal disorders and food intolerance. Kate is the author of numerous books and articles on digestive health topics including the New York Times Best Seller, The 21 Day Tummy Diet. We'd love to hear from you! Send your comments/questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us on X, formerly known as Twitter, @HealioGastro @sameerkberry @umfoodoc. For more from Kate Scarlata, follow @KateScarlata_RD on X, formerly known as Twitter. Disclosures: Berry and Chey report no relevant financial disclosures. Scarlata reports stock options with Epicured LLC and FODY Food Company, financial support from Dr. Schar, Mahana Therapeutics, Nestle Health Science, Olipop, Pendulum, QOL Medical.
The Best Approach To Preventing And Treating Cancer Join Glenn Sabin, Dawn Lemanne, MD, MPH, and Jonathan Stegall, M.D. as they redefine cancer care, prevention and treatment. Discover how a patient's journey led to miraculous remission, the power of functional medicine, mind-body techniques, the impact of diet and the promising frontier of personalized chemotherapy. Stay tuned for the Vitamin D debate that may change your perspective on sunlight. #CancerCare #FunctionalMedicine #PersonalizedTreatment Disclaimer:Medical and Health information changes constantly. Therefore, the information provided in this podcast should not be considered current, complete, or exhaustive. Reliance on any information provided in this podcast is solely at your own risk. The Real Truth About Health does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, products, procedures, or opinions referenced in the following podcasts, nor does it exercise any authority or editorial control over that material. The Real Truth About Health provides a forum for discussion of public health issues. The views and opinions of our panelists do not necessarily reflect those of The Real Truth About Health and are provided by those panelists in their individual capacities. The Real Truth About Health has not reviewed or evaluated those statements or claims.
Intermittent fasting, a highly popular weight-loss approach, involves alternating periods of eating and fasting. This technique has gained attention for its potential benefits on various aspects of health. By allowing the body to experience fasting periods, intermittent fasting can lead to improved insulin sensitivity, better weight management, and a boosted metabolism.While individual outcomes can differ, incorporating intermittent fasting into your routine holds the promise of positively impacting your overall well-being. In today's episode, Ann Tsung delves into the advantages of "time-restricted eating." She shares her personal journey, techniques, and patterns that you can readily apply and experiment with to determine if this approach aligns with your wellness goals.Key Points From This Episode:1. Intermittent fasting/time-restricted eating: What is it, including benefits, patterns, and timing?2. Exploring the remarkable effects of time-restricted eating on the body.3. How to choose your fasting "window" for intermittent fasting.4. Experience improved deep sleep through intermittent fasting.5. Unlocking time-saving benefits with intermittent fasting.6. Ann's transformative journey to reshape her eating habits.7. The critical impact of sugar, carbohydrates, and protein intake on your diet.8. Monitor and evaluate your eating behaviors and thoughtfully consider your eating patterns.If you're struggling with your vitality, energy, mood, focus, or sleep, this show is for you. You'll discover the keys to remove the barriers or blockades that have been holding you back.Please subscribe and review so we can up-level this show for you.Episode Resources Links:Dr. Rhonda Patrick https://www.foundmyfitness.com/topics/fastingDr. Jason Fung - https://www.dietdoctor.com/intermittent-fastingDr. Valter Longo - Fast Mimicking Diet https://www.valterlongo.com/Please subscribe and leave a review so you can help others who need the knowledge most discover this podcast.
Interview with Esa M. Davis, MD, MPH, USPSTF member and coauthor of Screening for Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy: US Preventive Services Task Force Final Recommendation Statement. Hosted by JAMA Editor in Chief Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, PhD, MD, MAS. Related Content: Screening for Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy Screening for Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy Hypertension Screening in Pregnancy Screening for High Blood Pressure Disorders During Pregnancy
Jackie Leung, PhDc, JD, MS is the Executive Director of the Micronesian Islander Community as well as being a PhD candidate in Public Health at Oregon State University. She has an interest in global health and public health, particularly healthcare access, utilization, and policy research. She has a background in human rights and immigration law and nonprofit leadership. She conferred a Bachelor English at California State University, Los Angeles. She then got her Masters in Community and Behavioral health at University of Iowa. then went on to get her Juris Doctor (JD) in Law at Willamette University College of Law. She currently works as the Executive Director of the statewide nonprofit, Micronesian Islander Community and is an Assistant Professor at Linfield University.Jackie Leung, PhDc, JD, MS on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/profjackieleung/Join my 800+ member email blasts: http://thephmillennial.com/signupThe Public Health Millennial on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/thephmillennial/Omari on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/omari-richins-mph/Support The Public Health Millennial: https://ko-fi.com/thephmillennialChapters:@0:00 Episode Start@2:51 Jackie Leung, PhDc, JD, MS Introduction@4:00 Identity & background@5:16 Human rights, law, and public health@9:10 Public health law and nonprofit leadership@14:19 What is public health?@15:12 Bachelors in English at California State University@17:41 Undergrad takeaways@20:15 Masters Degree in Community & Behavioral Health at University of Iowa@28:49 Community Engagement with invisible and voiceless community@33:55 JD, Law at Willamette University College of Law@37:40 Experiences during JD@41:40 Fellowships after JD@44:00 Not passing the bar@47:37 Writer in Residence at Ms. JD@49:17 Advice for people going through Domestic Violence@52:12 Project Manager at Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon@1:02:08 City Councilperson at City of Salem@1:07:30 Advice on running for city council@1:16:06 Executive Director at Micronesian@1:23:30 Assistant Professor at Linfield University@1:25:08 PhD in Public Health@1:26:09 Connect with guest@1:26:56 The Furious Five@1:32:02 Support usSupport the showThanks for tuning in. Let's all work together towards a culture of health, wellbeing, and equity for all. ⭐⭐ SUBSCRIBE & Leave a 5-STAR REVIEW! ⭐⭐ Follow & Support:- Contribute to the show (one-time or monthly)- The Public Health Millennial on IG - The Public Health Millennial on LinkedIn - The Public Health Millennial Website- Omari Richins, MPH on LinkedIn- Support on The Public Health Store
In this episode Alison A. Galbraith, MD, MPH, FAAP, a lead author on an updated policy statement on child health care financing, highlights recommendations to ensure affordable, equitable, high-quality care for all children. Hosts David Hill, MD, FAAP, and Joanna Parga-Belinkie, MD, FAAP, also speak with Bryan Sisk, MD, about the benefits and harms of billing for patient portal messages. For resources go to aap.org/podcast.
Carrie Jones, ND, FABNE, MPH is an internationally recognized speaker, consultant, and educator on the topic of women's health and hormones with over 20 years in the industry. Dubbed the “Queen of Hormones,” Dr. Jones is a Naturopathic Physician who did her 2-year residency focused on women's health and endocrinology. She went on to get her Master of Public Health and was one of the first to become board certified through the American Board of Naturopathic Endocrinology. She was the first Medical Director for Precision Analytical (the DUTCH Test) and the first Head of Medical Education at Rupa Health. She hosts the highly popular show, the Root Cause Medicine Podcast that has over 3 million downloads. She is the Clinical Expert for the Lifestyle Matrix Resource Center and was on Under Armour's Human Performance Council. Currently she is the Chief Medical Officer at NuEthix Formulations and Head of Medical Education at Metabolic Mentor University. Learn more about working with me Shop my masterclasses (learn more in 60-90 minutes than years of dr appointments for just $19.99) Follow me on IG Learn more about Dr. Carrie Jones Follow Dr. Carrie Jones on IG