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Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition characterized by alternating episodes of emotional highs and lows. The occurrence of these extreme mood swings is variable. Some individuals experience them multiple times per year while others have rare occurrences. Though a lifelong condition with no cure, bipolar disorder can be managed with proper treatment. In this episode you'll learn: -Key terms associated with bipolar disorder -Types of bipolar disorder -Complications of this condition -Signs/symptoms of bipolar disorder -Key assessments and interventions -Medications used to treat bipolar disorder …and more! Helpful Links: Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance website and crisis line. If you are having thoughts of death or suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK or text DBSA to 741-741. If you need immediate assistance, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency room. Episode 135 - Neurology case study Episode 31 - Trauma case study Episode 142 - Electroconvulsive therapy Read the episode transcript and see references here. If you find this review of bipolar disorder helpful, you'll love our other mental health topics here. Change the way you study with Study Sesh. If you're tired of sitting and staring at a screen or a book, it's time to check out Study Sesh! RATE, REVIEW AND FOLLOW! If this episode helped you, please take a moment to rate and review the show! This helps others find the podcast, which helps me help even more people :-) Click here, scroll to the bottom, then simply tap to rate with 5 stars and select, "write a review." I'd love to hear how the podcast has helped you! If you're not following yet, what are you waiting for? It takes just a quick moment and the episodes show up like magic every Thursday. And, when I release a bonus episode, those show up, too! You'll never miss a thing! In Apple Podcasts, just click on the three little dots in the upper right corner here. Know someone who would also love to study with me? Share the show or share specific episodes with your classmates...when we all work together, we all succeed! On Apple Podcasts, the SHARE link is in the same drop-down as the follow link. Spread the love! Thanks for studying with me! Nurse Mo
In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Geriatric Patient Trauma from the Pediatrics section. Follow Orthobullets on Social Media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/orthobullets Instagram: www.instagram.com/orthobulletsofficial Twitter: www.twitter.com/orthobullets LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/27125689 YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCMZSlD9OhkFG2t25oM14FvQ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/orthobullets/message
Heavy Metalcast Portugal EP 98 - Rescaldo do Voa Falámos das principais ocorrências no mundo da música pesada assim como fizemos o rescaldo do VOA e também da Novela Manowar. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sugestão Lex Thunder - Ozzy - "Patient number 9" Fernando Ferreira - Misery Index - Complete Control Produzido e apresentado por Lex Thunder e Fernando Ferreira Editado pelo Senhor Podcast
Dr. Elly Michelle discusses how scaling back on the cardio, prioritizing weight lifting and healthier whole foods can improve body composition, hormonal health and fertility. Crush your next workout and sauna sessions with the new Electrolyte Stix by MYOXCIENCE Nutrition: https://bit.ly/electrolyte-stix Save with code podcast at checkout Link to Video & Detailed Show Notes: https://bit.ly/3P7rqRp --------------Show Notes------------------------ 0:00 Intro 2:00 Dieting impacts hormones. 2:20 Under fueling and over training is a huge stress to metabolic function and can cause hypothalamic amenorrhea. 5:15 Low thyroid hormones may also be a result of chronic dieting and over exercising. 7:48 Birth control pills suppress ovulation by shutting off the brain's communication with the ovaries. 9:48 Hormones are key your overall wellbeing and health. 11:50 You need energy and the right nutrients to work through hypothalamic amenorrhea. 12:20 Patients on plant-based or plant-forward diets are often low in nutrients essential for hormone function and detoxification. 14:15 B vitamins are important for fertility, hormones, detoxification, brain function and energy. 18:45 The best way to improve health is to focus on building muscle mass. 21:30 Women need to prioritize muscle, especially in the legs. You can't build muscle if you are under eating. 23:30 Carbs are anti-stress. When you have muscle, you can better control glucose/insulin. 25:10 The days post training are repair and muscle building days. Dr. Elly fuels recovery days as well as training days. 30:45 A restrictive diet may not be beneficial for women dealing with health issues. 35:00 We should be focusing on body composition and not BMI. 36:40 You lose your fast twitch fibers in your muscles as you age. 37:00 It is harder to build muscle as we get older. 37:30 If a woman over the age of 65 falls, there is a 50% chance that she will be able to walk again. 39:10 Estrogen is anabolic and protects your bones. 40:00 Oral contraceptives impede body composition change from strength training. 53:26 Elly created a Fueled and Feminine Metabolism Methodology. 56:40 Breast implant illness is an inflammatory response with a wide variety of symptoms.
Culture teaches us to expect and demand instant gratification, to receive the desires of our heart the moment that the seed of desire takes shape. God teaches us that patience develops our character and that the best lessons can be learned through waiting.
This week on Sg2 Perspectives, President and CEO of Arkansas Health Network (AHN) Bob Sarkar joins us to share his view on how the clinically integrated network (CIN)—sponsored by CHI St Vincent CommonSpirit Health—is thinking about the current health care climate as a reset moment, discussing AHN's goals, its success with shared savings and keeping physicians aligned, and what it hopes to achieve in the future. We are always excited to get ideas and feedback from our listeners. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org, find us on Twitter as @Sg2HealthCare, or visit the Sg2 company page on LinkedIn.
After 25 years of helping others as a nurse, Daniela Ezratty became the patient when she found a large lump on her scapula. While she prayed and waited for the results, Daniela vowed to leave her job and follow her dream of opening her own wellness and medical aesthetic company where she would provide integrative treatment and curated plans for her clients to look and feel better. In this episode Daniela shares why she was inspired to change her life at 41 and how Ezratty Integrative Aesthetics came to life. @danielaezrattyaesthetics; https://eiaesthetics.com/
Ben Bravery was undergoing bowel cancer in his late twenties when he realised his aftercare left a lot to be desired. His solution? To go to medical school, become a doctor and try to bring about change from within the industry. He's now written a book, The Patient Doctor to try to help both patients and doctors to understand one another and improve the relationship.
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The potter's house, emphasizing the role of the potter: His attention, His purpose, and His patience. VF-1756 Jeremiah 18 Watch, Listen and Learn 24x7 at PastorMelissaScott.com Pastor Melissa Scott teaches from Faith Center in Glendale. Call 1-800-338-3030 24x7 to leave a message for Pastor Scott. You may make reservations to attend a live service, leave a prayer request or make a commitment. Pastor Scott appreciates messages and reads them often during live broadcasts. Follow @Pastor_Scott on Twitter and visit her official Facebook page @Pastor.M.Scott. Download Pastor Scott's "Understand the Bible" app for iPhone, iPad and iPod at the Apple App Store and for Android devices in the Google Store. Pastor Scott can also be seen 24x7 on Roku and Amazon Fire on the "Understand the Bible?" channel. ©2022 Pastor Melissa Scott, Ph.D., All Rights Reserved
We always want to buy the latest technology and give our patients the best care as possible but have we thought about how we show patients what we are diagnosing? A simple photo can go along ways with a patient. T-bone discusses how he uses taking photos of patients and how to get the most use out of those photos. We hope you enjoy!
On this episode of "The Digital Patient" podcast, hosts Alan Sardana & Dr. Joshua Liu speak with Dr. Patrick A. Woodard, Chief Digital Officer at Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare, about his journey as a "Physician Tech Entrepreneur-Turned-Chief Digital Officer and What Healthcare Leaders Can Learn from Musical Orchestra." 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/
With Kevin Durant reportedly asking for a trade from the Brooklyn Nets, Doug explains why the Nets need to be patient with this particular trade as Kevin Durant is a special asset. The Dodgers' closer situation is a subject in "That's Baseball!". USA Today columnist Dan Wolken joins Doug to talk about the Big Ten expansion and the demise of the Pac-12. Plus, Doug reacts to Colin Cowherd's take that it shouldn't surprise anyone that USC is going to the Big Ten. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, in episode 576, our expert Infectious Disease Doctor and Community Health Specialist discuss what you need to know about Public Health. We talk about how a patient who had a pig heart transplant has passed away, as well as how sleep affects relational memory, and how COVID measures helped prevent dengue. As always, join us for all the Public Health information you need, explained clearly by our health experts. Website: NoiseFilter - Complex health topics explained simply (noisefiltershow.com) Animations: NoiseFilter - YouTube Instagram: NoiseFilter (@noisefiltershow) • Instagram photos and videos Facebook: NoiseFilter Show | Facebook TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@noisefiltershow --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/noisefilter/message
When you receive a breast cancer diagnosis, your life can literally change in an instant. It is important to know that you are not alone. The support of friends and family is crucial, but a patient navigator can also be an invaluable part of your support team. Patient navigators are trained to help to guide you through the healthcare system, to work with you to find the resources and support you need and to help keep you on course with your treatment plan. They are there to check on you, to lend support and let you know that you are not alone. Today's guest was laid off from her job within a week of the time that she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Here today to tell her story and why it was so crucial to have a patient navigator to help maneuver through the many life changes that she was experiencing is Melissa Jones. Melissa, welcome to the show!
Dr. Adam Tedder joins us on the Upper Cervical Marketing Podcast from Suwanee, GA. In this UCM Podcast, Tony Hook interviews Dr. Adam who shares the importance of running your practice in a way that is congruent with your values and who you are. We cover things to do and not do that will enable you to practice with confidence and authenticity; ultimately building patient trust and commitment. Don't get stuck trying to be like someone you're not!
The latest BOSS podcast features Dr. Sarah Lee-Davisson, a minimally invasive surgeon with excellent advice on getting patients into clinic by supporting our primary care physicians (and APPs in the current environment). We had a great time recording this, and there is pure gold advice for every surgeon in practice. The top tips: - Take good care of the patients and make the PCP look good by sending patients to you - Send your notes right away and follow up with a call if something is important - Tell the PCP what you have done, summarize important information like studies, stage of cancer, etc into your note so they don't have to dig for the information - Get to know your PCP with visits, mixers and local societies - Take thoughtful gifts, business and bio cards, your cell number to PCP offices and inquire how you can help serve them better - Ask patients if they have a PCP, and if not refer to your PCPs that support you - Ensure the patients have a great first impression with your office staff and empower your office staff to support you by checking tasks, faxes, voicemails daily. Help you and them by having templates of everyday activities This is the last couple of days to sign up for "Everything is a Negotiation" coaching. Now is the time to learn how you can advocate for yourself and negotiation more effectively with yourself, your time, your family and at your job. Find more information at https://www.bosssurgery.com/
My friend Samdaye Johnson does excellent work for a foundation that helps Lewy Body Dementia patients and their loved ones – if you know anyone facing […] הפוסט For Lewy Body Dementia Caregivers and Patients הופיע ראשון בNever Binge Again
Ashley Randolph saw a strong need to change the conversation when it comes to how Black NICU Families are treated in the NICU, at home and in school. Systemic racism is prevalent in every setting for these families and sets the stage for a vulnerable infant to grow into a child witnessing healthcare, therapeutic and educational environments that are inadequate in terms of racial and healthy equity. Ashley Randolph: Ashley is the African-American mother of 3 preemies, founder of GLO Preemies (www.GloPreemies.org), co-Founder of the Alliance for Black NICU Families and Chair to California Perinatal Quality Care Collaborative. She is currently Mrs. America's Virtuous Woman. She is the author of her autobiography Black, Pregnant, and shamed about her experiences with her 3 high-risk pregnancies and preterm births. It is her mission to provide continuous and complete family centered care to African-American families in low income communities nationwide.
When technology and creativity intertwine great discoveries are explored. This is what is occurring in the orthopedic field. The discussion of restoration versus reconstruction of a torn ACL at times has been debated, but now more than ever restoration has given patients a great option. Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr. Grant Garcia discusses the BEAR Implant. The Bridge Enhanced ACL Restoration (BEAR) technique is a procedure used to treat ruptured or torn ACLs. This new, FDA-approved procedure serves as a much better alternative than traditional ACL reconstruction. It's less invasive and less complex in nature. Dr. Garcia talks about how the BEAR Implant enables your body to heal its own torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). The implant is different because it works with your own blood to heal the torn ends of your ACL back together. We discuss who is a prime candidate, and how soon after your injury should you have this procedure done, pros and cons of restoration versus reconstruction, affordability and getting insurance to approve this procedure. Dr. Garcia covers all patients' questions. Real topics, realistic questions, and answers. Dr. Garcia is always at the forefront of technology and the BEAR implant has him excited for his patients as they recover and get back to normality faster than ever. Why might the BEAR implant be good for you? There's a lot more that we discuss, but I guess you need to listen and enjoy. Patients can now achieve complete functional restoration without the consequences of traditional ACL surgery. A few fun facts. the BEAR implant is FDA-approved. A tiny incision can place the implant as it will be situated in the space between the two ACL ends. Also, the patient's blood will be added to the BEAR implant to activate clot formation (Dr. Garcia explains all of this). --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nyseasportstalk/support
Welcome to Discover More Podcast. Congratulations on choosing curiosity over complacency. Let's get this started. This week's guest is Brett Feldman. Brett is the Director and Co-Founder of the Street Medicine Division at Keck School of Medicine of USC. Concurrently, Brett also serves as the Vice-Chair of the Street Medicine Institute and is a clinical assistant professor of Family Medicine. His work has been featured in the Washington Post, LA Times, PBS, CNN, and TEDxTalk. He has practiced street medicine in Allentown, Pennsylvania, and Los Angeles, California for over 16 years. With his incredible work, Brett has been awarded the Pennsylvania Society of Physician Assistants Humanitarian of the Year Award, Lehigh valley Healthcare hero Award, and more. Brett has published 2 peer-reviewed articles, which focus on the prevalence of homelessness and can be found on PubMed. Brett shares some of the most heartwarming stories from his street medicine work providing care to individuals experiencing homelessness. Do you ever wonder why homelessness is getting worse in America? Do you know how homeless individuals seek healthcare? Is there hope in treating homelessness? Expect to learn about Brett's incredible work treating homeless individuals through street medicine, the philosophy of street medicine, why love alone cannot solve homelessness, the most prevalent barriers to treating the homeless, and why spiritual poverty is much more dangerous than material poverty, and more. Let's get this started. Show Notes Brett's Website: https://keck.usc.edu/faculty-search/brett-feldman/ Brett's Email: email@example.com Brett's TEDxTalk: https://www.ted.com/talks/brett_feldman_street_medicine_caring_for_the_homeless_with_radical_humility * Subscribe to Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/discovermorepodcast?sub_confirmation=1 Follow DMP on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/discovermorepodcast/ Connect with Benoit on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/benoitkim/ * Welcome to Discover More Podcast, a community for seekers of curiosity & mental health insights. I am your host, Benoit Kim. A trilingual Korean American veteran and former policy maker. I became a clinician after witnessing the nonnegotiable of mental health and nuanced perspectives in our everyday life. I intend to connect and dissect the intricacies of life by talking to the most fascinating humans I can find. * Thank you for Discovering More with us! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/discovermore/support
Matt and Nick talk about a sustainable leather made from invasive fish species (Fish leather is here, it's sustainable – and it's made from invasive species to boot | Invasive species | The Guardian) And a power, internet, and cell service outage in Northern British Columbia caused by one single beaver (What caused B.C. power outage? | CTV News)!Trigger Warning: Matt and Nick start the show by discussing the decision to overturn Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court. They would like everyone to be aware of Vote Save America's F*ck Bans Action Plan, where donations are split evenly amongst Abortion Clinics, Patients, and Legal Defense. Click the link below to donate one time or to set up recurring monthly donations.F*ck Bans Action Plan: The Immediate Impact Fund — Donate via AB Charities (actblue.com)
Curious about tirzepatide and what it means for patients? Tirzepatide, a combination GLP-1 and GIP agonist, was just approved by the Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of diabetes. Tirzepatide has also gained attention for its weight-reducing effects. However, how does tirzepatide compare to other GLP-1 agonists? Is tirzepaide a GameChanger for type 2 diabetes management? Learn more with host, Geoff Wall. The GameChanger Tirzepatide is the first in its class to hit the market and has been shown to be as or more effective than semaglutide in glycemic control and weight reduction. Show Segments 00:00 – Introductions 01:15 – Type 2 Diabetes & Treatment 02:29 – Glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) Agonists 03:04 – Glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide (GIP) Agonist 03:55 – Tirzepatide vs Semaglutide 14:27 - Tirzepatide vs Insulin 21:15 – Retinopathy & Financial Considerations 22:30 – Closing Remarks HostGeoff Wall, PharmD., BCPS, FCCP, CGP Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Drake University Internal Medicine/Critical Care, UnityPoint Health References and Resources Tirzepatide versus Semaglutide Once Weekly in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Once-Weekly Tirzeaptide Versus Once-Daily Insulin Degludec as Add-On to Metformin With or Without SGLT2 Inhibitors in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes (SURPASS-3): A Randomized, Open-Label, Parallel-Group, Phase 3 Trial Efficacy and Safety of a Novel Dual GIP and GLP-1 Receptor Agonist Tirzepatide in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes (SURPASS-1): A Double-Blind, Randomised, Phase 3 Trial Effect of Subcutaneous Tirzepatide vs Placebo Added to Titrated Insulin Glargine on Glycemic Control in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes: The SURPASS-5 Randomized Clinical Trial Redeem your CPE or CME here CPE (Pharmacist) CME (Physician) Get a membership & earn CE for GameChangers Podcast episodes (30 mins/episode) Pharmacists: Get a membership Prescribers: Get a membership CE Information Learning Objectives Upon successful completion of this knowledge-based activity, participants should be able to: Describe the safety and efficacy of tirzepatide compared to GLP-1 agonists Discuss the use of tirzepatide compared to basal insulin for blood glucose control Select a patient who may be a candidate for tirzepatide therapy 0.05 CEU/0.5 HrUAN: 0107-0000-22-234-H01-P Initial release date: 06/27/2022 Expiration date: 06/27/2023 Additional CPE and CME details can be found here.
This is a timely episode as the https://www.hfea.gov.uk/ (HFEA )has just announced a change in the law for the storage of our frozen eggs, embryos, and sperms. From 1 July 2022, all patients can store their eggs, sperm, and embryos for their own treatment for up to 55 years, you just must make sure you provide consent every 10 years. Frozen Embryos are a topic that I do find quite triggering to be honest, as we didn't go on to use ours. We donated them to science which is something I have spoken about on this podcast before. Frozen embryos cause a lot of anguish to fertility patients when they don't know if they can handle more treatment or if they can't afford it, but it feels so unfair not to hold on to this precious material. But then as the popularity of IVF continues to grow and become more aware of it and have more access to it and sadly need it, there ultimately becomes more and more embryos in storage. We speak to embryologist Giles Palmer about this issue What was discussed: The anguish having frozen embryos has on people How it feels https://www.thieme-connect.com/products/ejournals/abstract/10.1055/s-0039-1678597 (Reference to paper Giles wrote ) How each country has its own laws on the storage of embryos The growing inventory of eggs and sperm around the world and every clinic is talking about Storage fee that is attached -how that is communicated with the patient Compassionate transfer Single embryo transfer, fertility preservation - all leading to a growing inventory 300% increase in embryos stored over 5 years If you weren't pregnant 75% of patients go back for the embryos If they were pregnant to live birth 16% go back Giles spoke about how a new Dewer bought every year - to store the embryos and he had to kn0ck down a wall to store them. The problem for many clinics - problem do they store in-house or off-site at a bio depositary How to deal with issues when storage time is up Can't store samples after consent is up Paper said 25% of samples - never be used Embryos are yours to take elsewhere if you want to move them from your clinic Seed Ships SOCIALS: Follow us We really want to hear your thoughts on whether this matters to you. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.instagram.com/fertilitypoddy/ (Fertility Poddy) https://www.instagram.com/your_fertility_nurse/ (Kate ) Giles Palmer on https://www.instagram.com/international_ivf_initiative/ (Insta) Webinars - https://ivfmeeting.com/ (https://ivfmeeting.com/) HFEA on https://www.instagram.com/hfeaofficial/ (Insta) https://www.hfea.gov.uk/about-us/news-and-press-releases/2022-news-and-press-releases/new-law-comes-into-force-giving-greater-flexibility-for-fertility-patients/ (HFEA press release )
299: Ask David: Retirement blues; patients who refuse homework (and the therapists who love them); ADHD; David's new pooping story; and more! We regret that our beloved Matt May, MD could not join us today due to an emergency involving his website. We look forward to him joining us next time for more exciting Ask David's that will include: Does the “self” exist? Does God exist? And MUCH more! We open with two announcements: 1. Return of the awesome Feeling Great Book Club, with Drs. Brandon Vance and Heather Clague, will meet weekly, starting on September 13th. This will be a terrific experience, and only costs $12 per week with a sliding fee scale if you cannot afford it. You will go through the Feel Great book, learn techniques, have fun, and practice in small groups. This is a fantastic opportunity for everyone. For more information, go to: https://www.feelinggreattherapycenter.com/book-club. 2. The TEAM-CBT World Congress, Warsaw Poland, August 18 - 21. This first of a kind event will take place live and virtually, and will be somewhat like David''s famous Intensives with teachers from around the world, many of whom have been featured on this podcast. The CONGRESS will feature interactive sessions which participants can learn and practice the elements of the powerful TEAM system while receiving expert coaching on TEAM techniques. This event is organized by Daniel Minte, Mariusz Wirga, and Yehuda Bar Shalom. For more information, please go to: https://teamcbt.eu Today's questions: Retirement depression / anxiety; patients who refuse to do exposure or psychotherapy homework; treating procrastination and ADHD; David's new pooping story, and more! 1. Paul asks: Are you planning on doing a podcast about people who are about to retire and are very anxious about the prospect and also depressed about closing that chapter in their lives? I'm in that boat. 2. M asks: My patient refuses homework and isn't getting better. I think I'm a victim of what you've referred to as “reverse hypnosis.” What should I do? 3. Heather asks: Hello David! How would you treat ADHD with TEAM-CBT? 4. A asks: Hello sir, Is it okay if I do the written work by typing in my laptop on a word processor or is it must that I write on a paper? Note: The answers below were generated prior to the podcast, and the information provided on the live podcast may be richer and different in a number of ways. In some cases, I did not have time to polish and edit my responses below. I've been super busy developing the Feeling Good App, which is coming along tremendously well. It has the potential to help millions around the world who are struggling with depression and anxiety, but I have to be super careful with my time these days. If interested in beta testing, you can sign up here. 1. Paul asks: Are you planning on doing a podcast about people who are about to retire and are very anxious about the prospect and also depressed about closing that chapter in their lives? I'm in that boat. David's reply Have you read the introduction to Feeling Great? Or done any of the written exercises in that book, or in any of my books? Of listened to my free Ted Talk on my website? We can provide more specific information in the live discussion on the podcast. 2. M asks: My patient refuses homework and isn't getting better. I think I'm a victim of what you've referred to as “reverse hypnosis.” What should I do? Dear Dr Burns, Many thanks for your blogs, podcasts, books and TEAM CBT. I have experienced (and I am experiencing) being hypnotized with a Panic Attack patient with Border Line PD- . I know this after the sessions. During the sessions I feel I cannot even think well. I see this client through SKYPE, And cannot see her face to face due to distances. I have try to follow your approach, but she's resistant, I do include exposure exercises that she never completes. How to do a Shame Attacking Exercise when I cannot go with the patient to the places she needs to in order to do the exposure. I have even been in the phone and she driving, but 2 years later nothing works. Any thoughts will help! Many thanks in advance. M. David's reply Thanks, great question! Some training or individual case consultation or both, or workshops, would help a lot. We have two free weekly training groups for therapists in California and therapists around the world. For example, the last two weeks in our Tuesday group we have focused on the negative thoughts and feelings therapists have during sessions that interfere with their ability to do excellent work. So your question is very timely and relevant! Also, the www.feelinggoodinstitute.com has free and paid training. Two of the finest teachers are Mike Christensen and Dr. Jill Levitt, and there are many others as well. Jill has just released an introductory recorded class on TEAM-CBT that you can purchase and watch whenever you like. She is a brilliant teacher! And yes, you HAVE been hypnotized during sessions! David 3. Heather asks: Hello David!! How would you treat ADHD with TEAM-CBT? Hi there! It is Heather Donnenwirth, from podcast 267. I hope you are doing well. I really enjoyed being apart of the podcast with you, Rhonda, and Kyle. Thanks again for including me in that experience. I have another question for you about the podcast you did on ADHD. I totally agree with you about ADHD not being a diagnosis and agree that is more helpful to treat the symptoms. Many of the clients that I work with have been diagnosed with ADHD or are convinced that they have it. Procrastination seems to be a common symptom of "ADHD" that people want help with and that can be treated easily with the TEAM model and with the anti-procrastination and motivational tools. The symptom that people ask for help with that I am feel less confident about helping them with is difficulty with focus and distractibility, and would love your thoughts about how to treat these symptoms? I have improved my own focus with motivational techniques and with practicing bringing my attention back to what I want to focus on when my mind starts to wonder. Also, taking notes has helped me to stayed focused, but I am curious if you have any other ideas about increasing focus? Sometimes the people I work with have distorted thoughts about focus as well, such as: "If I'm not interested in something, I can't focus on it," and "I need medication to focus," etc. Anyway, I value your knowledge and opinion and wondered if you have any tools for increasing focus? Also, do you treat hyperactivity and excessive talking? I have also noticed that parents some time play an enabling role with kids diagnosed with ADHD, and don't require their children to do schoolwork that they think is too hard or if they are bored and having a hard time focusing. Sorry this is long!!! I hope you are doing well!!! Warmly, Heather Donnenwirth David's reply I'd just ask the person to focus on one moment when they had that problem and then do a Daily Mood Log, as you've pointed out, and also brainstorm with them on how to solve the problem. But first, would have to do empathy and assessment of resistance, same as with anybody! As you point out, the motivational factors can be enormous. For example, Adderall is just the same as Dexedrine, and highly addictive and euphoric street drug. If I had some right now, I'd be highly excited and write 30 pages of stuff! In addition, I can use ADHD as an excuse for not doing stuff that's boring. Someone who is motivated can easily find a solution. The summary before college I was lucky to get a job in a bank in Phoenix. My job was filing checks by hand. Boy, that was boring! I made it a bit less boring by trying to find the most unusual names while I was filing checks alphabetically. One of the many unusual (to my young and uneducated ear) names was J. Karekin Moojian! As freshman in college, I found I had trouble concentrating and grasping what the professors were saying in lectures to large classes of a couple hundred or so students. And I had NO IDEA whatsoever what the teacher was talking about! What helped was simply asking another student as we were walking out of the class. I'd say, “What was the professor trying say?” Then the other student, who seemed way smarter than me, would just give a one sentence summary, and I'd suddenly “get it.” So, if you're motivated, you can find a way! In medical school, I had to memorize gross anatomy. I had little aptitude and no interest. I had never even take a biology class in college, and did not know what was in the “abdomen” or “thorax.” So I made up little games, sitting for hours in the library memorizing stuff. It got me through—just barely1 David 4. A asks: Hello sir, Is it okay if I do the written work by typing in my laptop on a word processor or is it must that I write on a paper? Is it okay if I do the written work by typing in my laptop on a word processor or is it must that I write on a paper. Thank you. David's reply Interesting question! Probably okay either way. No research on this issue! I slightly favor doing it by hand, but that is likely because I have done it that way for 40 + years! d Thanks for listening and reading today! Rhonda, and David
Neu ab 1. Juli 2022 können Psychologinnen und Psychologen, welche über die notwendige berufliche Qualifikation verfügen, ihre Leistungen über die Grundversicherung abrechnen. Worauf muss man als Patientin oder Patient achten? Ähnlich wie bei der Physiotherapie braucht es eine ärztliche Anordnung, damit man den Besuch bei einer Psychologin oder einem Psychologen über die Krankenkasse abrechnen kann. Diese stellen Hausärzte und Psychiater aus. In Krisensituationen können auch andere Fachärzte eine solche Anordnung treffen. Bei der Krankenkasse erkundigen Erkundigen Sie sich bei der Krankenkasse, ob der Psychologe oder die Psychologin ihrer Wahl die beruflichen Voraussetzungen, um mit der Krankenkasse abzurechnen, erfüllt. Pro Anordnung können 15 Sitzungen verordnet werden, im Krisenfall deren 10. Nach 30 Sitzungen braucht es eine Kostengutsprache für die Krankenkasse. Sind Sie in Not? Kurzfristig kann Ihnen auch die Dargebotene Hand unter der Telefonnummer 143 helfen. Sie erhalten dort anonym und sofort Hilfe.
In this interview with John Whaley, Product Manager at Jane, we discuss how important your EHR is during your patient experience. Great EHR's can enhance your patient communication, guide the journey, and streamline your clinic systems.Episode Notes:Designed by a Podiatrist over 30 years ago after seeing similarities in many of the custom devices he was creating, PowerStep offers an affordable, same day solution that combines support and cushioning. Want to try a pair for yourself, click here for a free sample pair.The Smart Chiropractor powers your patient journey to provide you with more qualified leads, more new patients, better patient retention, and consistent reactivations, without any money spent on advertising.ChiroMatchMakers specializes in DC and CA hiring. We have over 100 positions available right now with salaries starting at $85K. Discover the available positions today by clicking here. Our members use research to GROW their practice. Are you interested in increasing your referrals? Discover the best chiropractic marketing you aren't currently using right here!
Jussi Maatta is CEO & Founder at the Finnish health tech disruptor, Buddy Healthcare. Buddy's platform helps healthcare providers reduce their huge waiting lists & enhance the patient experience. We explored: implementing agile processes right the way across your organisation how a company's name can encapsulate the company's culture and ethos the pandemic's impact on the demand for virtual care solutions and better patient experiences how Russia's invasion impacted the team's Ukrainian developers staying fit & healthy to cope with the stresses & strains of leading a SaaS startup hiring a dynamic team of diverse individuals to help shape & deliver the company's vision For more insights into Buddy Healthcare check out https://www.buddyhealthcare.com/en/ And for guidance on hiring leadership talent for B2B saas scale-ups, head over to https://alpinasearch.com/
Hello, and welcome to Beauty and the Biz where we talk about the business and marketing side of plastic surgery and the 8 traits of best run practices. I'm your host, Catherine Maley, author of Your Aesthetic Practice – What your patients, are saying as well as consultant to plastic surgeons, to get them more patients and more profits. Now, today's episode is called “8 Traits of Best Run Practices”. How often do you feel the pressure to lower your prices or negotiate with new prospective patients? Cosmetic patients today are so price-focused; it can drive you crazy. I'm sure you get several calls every week from prospective patients asking that one thing: “How much is …?” Or, during their consultation, they attempt to negotiate with you and your staff by telling you they can get the same thing cheaper elsewhere (even though you know you're more experienced and skilled than most competitors). On the one hand, you want to be fairly compensated for your skills, expertise and the years you've put into building your practice and great reputation. But, on the other hand, you don't want to lose to your discounting competitors. It's so frustrating to have to decide how to deal with these price-shoppers, isn't it? This week's Beauty and the Biz Podcast changes the conversation altogether, so price rarely comes up. Discover how surgeons who garner the best run practices think to rise above the “price chatter” Enjoy!
In this week's episode we're joined by Orlando Magic Hall of Fame Play By Play Announcer David Steele. David shares his thoughts on the newest additions to the Orlando Magic Paolo Banchero and Caleb Houstan, what they will provide on the court and what they're like off the court too. Watch the Orlando Magic Pod Squad with Paolo Banchero: https://youtu.be/UKcyglN0-sU Listen to the Orlando Magic Pod Squad with Caleb Houstan: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/orlando-magic-pod-squad/id1304584775?i=1000568295608 RECOMMENDED LINKS: OUR WEBSITE: www.orlandomagicuk.com MAGIC FANS APPAREL SHOP: https://magicfansapparel.teemill.com NBA LEAGUE PASS Never miss a game again! Watch the entire 2021/22 season here: tinyurl.com/yyyezjq9 OFFICIAL NBA STORE Shop the latest NBA gear & use the discount code MAGICUK10 for 10% off here: nbastore.vwz6.net/X6kjg FANATICS Shop officially licensed sports jerseys, merchandise & fan apparel & use the discount code MAGICUK10 for 10% off here: fanatics.ncw6.net/RAbNX Note: This description contains affiliate links. While this channel may earn minimal sums when the viewer/listener used these links, the viewer/listener is in no way obligated to use these links. Thank you for your support. ********************************** CONNECT WITH ORLANDO MAGIC UK ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Like Orlando Magic UK's Facebook page: www.facebook.com/orlandomagicuk Follow Orlando Magic UK on Instagram: www.instagram.com/orlandomagicuk Follow Orlando Magic UK on TikTok: www.tiktok.com/orlandomagicuk Follow Orlando Magic UK on Twitter: www.twitter.com/orlandomagicuk Subscribe to Orlando Magic UK on YouTube: www.youtube.com/c/orlandomagicuk
Patient-clinician relationships are crucial in any type of care. In this third episode of the Speechless SLP series, Vanessa Abraham, SLP, and her ICU doctor, Dr. Jared Rosen, share their thoughts on how important this relationship is, and how you can work with patients/clients, and their families. Visit FreshSLP.com/podcast for this episode's show notes, a full audio transcript and more great resources at the intersection of grad school and a successful SLP career. Not a substitute for a formal SLP education or medical advice for patients/caregivers. Fresh SLP is in no way affiliated with or representing any university.
Date: June 30th, 2022 Reference: McGinnis et al. Major adverse cardiac event rates in moderate-risk patients: Does prior coronary disease matter? AEM June 2022. Guest Skeptic: Dr. Corey Heitz is an emergency physician in Roanoke, Virginia. He is also the CME editor for Academic Emergency Medicine. Case: You are working a shift in your local community emergency department […]
Drs. Anita Kohli and Amanda Redfern discuss how to approach the patient who presents with transient monocular vision loss. Coverage includes systemic diseases such as giant cell arteritis, acute ischemia, when to refer for urgent stroke workup, initial testing, and when to order or refer for MRI. For all episodes or to claim CME credit for selected episodes, visit www.aao.org/podcasts.
It's all a matter of perception. Using the power of our voice to develop the right approach. Now, we are seeing the physical results of failed policy. We are now at the level of un-fixable. Everyone is feeling it. Lost battles are part of the war. The bad news is our senses have been trained. Disinfo is a very useful tool. Visible enemies are showing themselves. Pay us in case something happens. Working age deaths up 40%. The glasses are tainted but we can still see. Scytl questions exist in many states. We don't know where others have walked. There are no passes. Quelling facts from hated messengers. Logos and myths. Collective egos are being crushed. Taking charge of the party of posers. How the 25th Amendment and VAX are related. Q fears resurface. Insurance scams thru history. The problems are vast and many. But remember, we are the architects of our own reality and future. Enjoy next week's fire works. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dr. Buske lives in a small town in TX and spends a lot of time on the local lake. This past weekend, he saw some innovation on the water. We're all familiar with food trucks, but have you ever seen the equivalent on the water? You simply text in your order and then pull up alongside when it's ready and pickup. Dr. Buske found it to be such an innovative concept, and he really appreciated that someone took the time to make that happen. He began to realize all the ways he's innovated in his profession. For example, the ability to place a crown in a single day. Patients really appreciate the investment in that technology. We can innovate in any area of our lives. Try something new with your family, your health, or your business. You'll appreciate yourself for it every time. To follow Dr. Buske on LinkedIn, click HERE --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ididntsignupforthis/message
July marks the thirty-second anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA, as it's better known—the landmark civil rights law that promised equal opportunity and economic security for Americans with disabilities. As we've talked about a lot on this show over the years, as important as it is to celebrate how far we've come in the decades since the ADA became part of the fabric of American life, every time we hit the month of July, it's even more important to acknowledge how far will still have to go to achieve the as-yet unfulfilled promises of the ADA. And that's why this July, Off-Kilter will be spending all month long having conversations with leaders from across the disability community—starting with a two-part special diving into the picture for the millions of Americans now living with “long COVID,” the incredible patient advocacy led by COVID long-haulers across the country, and how patient advocates with other chronic illnesses like myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) are teaming up with COVID long-haulers to push for research, policy change, and more. And for part one of that two-part series of conversation, Rebecca sat down with Lisa McCorkell, cofounder of the Patient Led Research Collaborative; Netia McCrery, education director at the COVID-19 Longhauler Advocacy Project; and Ryan Prior, a journalist, a board member of ME Action, which works to build awareness about a condition called ME/CFS, and author of The Long Haul (forthcoming November 2022). They talk about their personal illness journeys, the stories behind their respective organizations, why patient advocacy is more critical than ever, and take on some of the myths and misconceptions about long COVID and ME/CFS and more. Editor's note: The Century Foundation is thrilled to have all three of those organizations—the Patient Led Research Collaborative, the COVID-19 Longhaulers Advocacy Project, and ME Action—as members of the Disability Economic Justice Collaborative, which you can learn more about at dejc.org. For more: Learn more about and get involved with the Patient Led Research Collaborative, the COVID-19 Longhauler Advocacy Project, and ME Action Find out more about The Long Haul (forthcoming November 2022) And here's a recent Washington Post article on how long COVID could change the way we think about chronic illness and disability
If you're one of those people looking around at other entrepreneurs and wondering why they're killing it and you're not… then you need to listen to this episode! Chalene is about to get real and shed some light on why so many aspiring entrepreneurs are operating from a false belief system. You'll also learn about the basic steps you must lay down to set your business up for a win! And brace yourself for a shock as Chalene reveals new customer statistics! Check out InstaClubHub!! The ONLY All-In-One Instagram Resource Community Designed To...Grow Your Following and Reach More Customers on Instagram™(All in Just Five Minutes a Day!) InstaClubHub.com Download the Patreon App and Join The Chalene Show at patreon.com/TheChaleneShow Check out Bret's ALL NEW Course Money Matters 101 at Chalene.com/moneymatters Links from Today's Episode: How to Make The Perfect Podcast Pitch How to Build an 8 figure Subscription Business with Todd White of Dry Farm Wines Join our NEW, awesome PodSquad on Facebook here! Subscribe to The Chalene Show!!! Links you may want to check out: Check out MarketingImpactAcademy.com Leave Chalene or Brock a message or ask them a question at (619) 500-4819 Not sure what your thing is? Go to Chalene.com/MyThing Learn more about Kajabi Leave Chalene a Voicemail review or question for a chance to win a gift HERE Connect with us on your fav social platform: Chalene: Instagram: www.Instagram.com/ChaleneJohnson Facebook: www.Facebook.com/Chalene TikTok: @chaleneOfficial Twitter: www.Twitter.com/ChaleneJohnson Brock: Instagram: @Brock11Johnson TikTock: @brock11johnnson Be sure to follow Brock on his travel adventures @tayandbrock Stop dieting & start living: PhaseItUp.com Sign Up For MY WEEKLY NEWSLETTER and you'll get FREE tips on how to live a ridiculously amazing fun-filled life! Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes!!! Get episode show notes here: www.chalenejohnson.com/podcast Hey! Send me a DM & tell me what you think about the show! (Use the Hashtag) #BuildYourTribe so I know you're a homie! XOXO Chalene
Avi is a General Practitioner, or family doctor, working in Melbourne, Australia. She has been a GP for 20 years and worked in the same clinic for over 15 years. She loves her job and looks after families, coughs, colds, diabetes, metabolic diseases, cancers, basically anything that comes into the door. Her journey started when her kids started to get older and she joined the gym to try to lose weight and get fit about 7 years ago. She started going to the gym, also took up running. She has since ran 2 full marathons. She joined the local gym for an 8 week body transformation challenge. The gym coach prescribed a set diet in which she had to measure a certain protein, carb and fat ratio. This made her lose fat and was basically a low carb diet. Since then, she has looked into science. She did a Low Carb for physician course by Low Carb Down Under and also courses by Nutrition Network and read many books. She also connected with others with similar interests such as Tracey McBeath, health coach. They set up a support group called Low Carb Melbourne. She has been a speaker for Tracey's Low Carb Lifestyle Long Weekend, telling her story. With work, I have been prescribing a low carb or keto lifestyle to my patients. I have reversed diabetes, obesity, metabolic syndrome and other chronic conditions. Patients feel better, gain more energy and lose weight. At the moment, she is studying with ACNEM (Australasian College of Nutrition and Environmental Medicine) and hoping to become a fellow in that college. She has learnt to prescribe lifestyle medicine, especially nutrition, to improve her patients' health. You can find Avi at: www.Dravicharlton.com and on IG: @dr_charlton_low_carb_gp Timestamps: 00:00 Introduction 05:34 Lifestyle and metabolic diseases 11:25 Experience as a low-carb physician 16:58 Imaging studies 21:37 Removing processed foods from diet 24:41 How long to start seeing results 28:45 Conflicts of interest 34:17 Protein 38:30 Veganism and mental health 43:34 Doctor visit time limitations 48:35 Ideal practice 51:51 Chronic disease expenditures See open positions at Revero: https://jobs.lever.co/Revero/ Join Carnivore Diet for a free 30 day trial: https://carnivore.diet/join/ Book a Carnivore Coach: https://carnivore.diet/book-a-coach/ Carnivore Shirts: https://merch.carnivore.diet Subscribe to our Newsletter: https://carnivore.diet/subscribe/ . #revero #shawnbaker #Carnivorediet #MeatHeals #HealthCreation #humanfood #AnimalBased #ZeroCarb #DietCoach #FatAdapted #Carnivore #sugarfree
On today's episode, Haize & Pat react to all the latest free agency news and how it affects the Chicago Bulls. As the Hawks make a big trade to pair DeJounte Murray with Tre Young are the Bulls being too patient while other teams around them are making moves? Will the HAwks still look to move John Collins and should the Bulls be on the phone to bring him to Chicago? The guys answer all this and more on today's episode. Call or text the show: (331) 979-1369 Support us by supporting our sponsors! | Offers from our sponsors: Arcade1up Pre-order now from arcade1up.com - that's Arcade, the number 1, Up, dot com - for an estimated early September ship date! They are giving away a NBA JAM Shaq edition to a Locked On listener! Enter for a chance to win a game console for your man-cave at arcade1up.com/lockedon. Sakara Sakara is a wellness company anchored in food as medicine, on a mission to nourish. Go to Sakara.com/LOCKEDON20 or Enter Code “LOCKEDON20” for 20% off at checkout. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
When Matt Ford, an actor, writer, and video producer in LA, had flu-like symptoms a few weeks ago, he never would have suspected monkeypox if a close contact hadn't told him they'd tested positive. Still in isolation, Ford talks with Lindsay Smith Rogers about his experience with the disease, where we are in terms of treatment and prevention, and how to lessen stigma towards the LGBTQ community where monkeypox seems to be spreading the fastest.
The Supreme Court's decision overturning Roe v. Wade has created far more questions than it has answered about the continued legality and availability of abortion, as both abortion rights supporters and anti-abortion activists scramble to put their marks on policy. Meanwhile, Congress completes work on its gun bill and the FDA takes up the problem of the next covid-19 booster. Margot Sanger-Katz of The New York Times, Sarah Karlin-Smith of the Pink Sheet, and Victoria Knight of KHN join KHN's Julie Rovner to discuss these issues and more. Also this week, Rovner interviews KHN's Angela Hart, who reported and wrote the latest KHN-NPR “Bill of the Month” episode about two identical eye surgeries with very different price tags.Plus, for extra credit, the panelists recommend their favorite health policy stories of the week they think you should read, too:Julie Rovner: The Washington Post's “Women Are Still Underrepresented in Clinical Trials,” by Erin BlakemoreMargot Sanger-Katz: The Washington Post's “This Texas Teen Wanted an Abortion. She Now Has Twins,” by Caroline Kitchener Sarah Karlin-Smith: The Miami Herald's “Why Should You Stop Frolicking in Miami-Dade Floodwater? It's Probably Full of Poop,” by Alex HarrisVictoria Knight: Insider's “2,000 Leaked Documents and Employees Say Silicon Valley Healthcare Startup Cerebral Harmed Hundreds of Patients and Prescribed Serious Medication with Abandon,” by Shelby Livingston and Blake DodgeClick here for a transcript of the episode. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
From freelancing as a college student to logging tape, Dana Bash worked her way up the ladder at CNN. Now, she comes to us live on TV as CNN's chief political correspondent, covering elections and the biggest political news. Dana says she wouldn't have gotten there without luck– and some good old fashioned patience. This week, she spills the secrets of her career marathon, and how to pace yourself. In this episode, Dana shares: The show she'd most like to make a cameo on (RHONJ lovers, rejoice) How she went from freelancing to getting the FT gig at CNN The career-defining move she made – and why it looked like a step backwards Advice on how to talk to your boss about transitioning to a different role Why being in the same workplace as her ex-husband actually isn't so bad
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