This episode features Rebecca Maniago, PharmD, BCOP, Associate Director of Clinical Oncology at Flatiron Health. Here, she discusses the top barriers in uptake of new cancer therapies and the role technology plays in ensuring clinicians have easy access to information on these novel therapies.This episode is sponsored by Flatiron.
Mark P. Layden, PharmD, MBA (Twitter @Layden_Rx) describes the pathophysiology of sepsis and role of Vitamin C in the critically ill population, identifies the proposed benefits of Vitamin C use in the critically ill patient population and discusses updated literature on the current role of Vitamin C in sepsis. For more pharmacy content, follow Mayo Clinic Pharmacy Residency Programs @MayoPharmRes or the host, Garrett E. Schramm, Pharm.D., @garrett_schramm on Twitter! You can also connect with the Mayo Clinic's School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/ or on Twitter @MayoMedEd.
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Nate Hedrick, PharmD, and David Bright, PharmD, MBA, BCACP, FAPhA, FCCP, talk through what to do with your old house and real estate investment strategies at play when planning to move to a new primary residence. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode YFP Real Estate Concierge Service REI 85: Pharmacist House Hacking in a HCOL State REI 05: None to One: How to Get Your FIRST Investment Property REI 43: How Jenny and Myke are Trading Up on Their Primary Residence REI 18: Tax Strategies for Real Estate Investing Join the YFP Real Estate Investing Facebook Group Connect with David Bright on LinkedIn Connect with Nate Hedrick on LinkedIn YFP Real Estate Investing Your Financial Pharmacist Disclaimer and Disclosures
Dr. Lonnie Givens is the Director of Global Medical Affairs Training and Development at Ultragenyx Pharmaceutical. He leads a team of specialists who provide, train and support various internal medical affairs professional roles across 15 rare and ultra-rare genetic disorders & treatment modalities. Prior to this, Dr. Givens served as a Senior Medical Science Liaison (MSL) where he focused on rare diseases such as X-Linked Hypophosphatemia (XLH). He has worked as an MSL and Senior Sales Representative for Eli Lilly and as a Pharmacy Manager for Target Pharmacy. Dr. Givens holds a PharmD degree from Midwestern University - Chicago College of Pharmacy and a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry from Illinois State University. In his free time, he enjoys mentoring, volunteering and spending time with his wife and daughter. Learn more about Lonnie at https://atchainternational.com/healthcare-and-higher-podcast-ep65-lonnie-givens/ For a complete list of guests and links to past episodes, visit https://atchainternational.com/healthcare-and-higher-podcast/ Connect with Iqbal on: - Linked at https://www.linkedin.com/in/iqbalatcha/ - Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/iqbalatcha1 - Twitter at https://twitter.com/IqbalAtcha1 Join us next week for another exciting episode of the "Healthcare and Higher" podcast! #HealthcareAndHigher #IqbalsInterviews Song Credits: "Life Is A Dream" by Michael Ramir C. "Stay With Me" by Michael Ramir C. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/iqbal-atcha/support
Dr. Ashley Walker returns to the podcast today to talk about being a pharmacist, an entrepreneur, and an advocate. She was also featured in my Back-to-School Series in August 2022 (Episode 173), which promoted her Speed Signing (American Sign Language) Classes and OTC Hearing Aids Class. Ashely is deaf, but you will hear her speaking voice in this episode. This interview is also available as a YouTube video. Click here for the YouTube link. *Updated subtitles will be added after the video has been published. Bio (January 2023) Dr. Ashley R Walker is a pharmacist, entrepreneur, and an advocate. Dr. Walker holds a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Xavier University of Louisiana and a Bachelors of Science in Biotechnology from Rochester Institute of Technology. She has been a pharmacist for 7 years and recently transitioned into full time entrepreneurship. Prior to her transition, she has had experience in retail pharmacy, hospital pharmacy, and long term care pharmacy. Her recent transition into full time entrepreneurship has led to the birth of her business Med Max Consulting, LLC. Under this business, Dr. Walker can advocate for members of the deaf and hard of hearing community as well as offer medication counseling services to help this unique community maximize and optimize their medication therapy. Since her high school years, Dr. Walker has been an advocate for members of the deaf and hard-of-hearing community. She spends time speaking to students in elementary, middle, and high school encouraging them to never let their hearing loss be a reason not to dream big and go after their dreams. As a deaf person herself, she also helps business owners and healthcare professionals make their businesses/practices inclusive to members of this unique community. Dr. Walker enjoys reading, traveling, going on walks with her family, and attending festivals. With her personal experiences as a deaf pharmacist and advocate for the deaf and hard-of-hearing community she aims to remind the world that deafness should not be viewed as a DIS-ability but rather a UNIQUE-ability. Thank you for listening to episode 197 of The Pharmacist's Voice ® Podcast! To read the full show notes, visit https://www.thepharmacistsvoice.com. Click on the podcast tab, and search for episode 197. Subscribe to or Follow The Pharmacist's Voice Podcast! Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify Amazon/Audible
Season 4 Episode 1- Personal Story and Cone Health Clinical Oncology Pharmacy Program with John Ingoglia This week we sit down with John Ingoglia, PharmD, BCOP, CPP to discuss his personal story and the Cone Health Clinical Oncology Pharmacy Program. Dr. Ingoglia is the Clinical Pharmacy Coordinator for the oncology service line at Cone Health. He received his Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner license in April 2022 and currently runs the breast oncology pharmacy clinic in collaboration with the medical oncologists he supports. He received his Doctor of Pharmacy from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine School of Pharmacy in Bradenton, FL in 2016 and completed both his PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency and PGY-2 Oncology Practice Residency at Moffitt Cancer Center. Dr. Ingoglia's professional interests include medical oncology, malignant hematology, and infectious diseases. Personally, he enjoys spending time with his wife, three daughters, and two dogs.
Natalie T. Hagy, PharmD describes the monoamine and glutaminergic pathway for the treatment of major depressive disorder, recognizes response and remission rates of first line treatment for major depressive disorder and describes the clinical trials for dextromethorphan-bupropion and its impact on the landscape of major depressive disorder. For more pharmacy content, follow Mayo Clinic Pharmacy Residency Programs @MayoPharmRes or the host, Garrett E. Schramm, Pharm.D., @garrett_schramm on Twitter! You can also connect with the Mayo Clinic's School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/ or on Twitter @MayoMedEd.
Natalie T. Hagy, PharmD describes the monoamine and glutaminergic pathway for the treatment of major depressive disorder, recognizes response and remission rates of first line treatment for major depressive disorder and describes the clinical trials for dextromethorphan-bupropion and its impact on the landscape of major depressive disorder. For more pharmacy content, follow Mayo Clinic Pharmacy Residency Programs @MayoPharmRes or the host, Garrett E. Schramm, Pharm.D., @garrett_schramm on Twitter! You can also connect with the Mayo Clinic's School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/ or on Twitter @MayoMedEd.
Recap of 2023 SCCM Congress Special guest: W. Anthony Hawkins, PharmD, FCCM, BCCCP SF review, unique sessions, speaker perspective, FCCM/awards, Dr. Glaucomflocken, late-breaking studies, exhibit hall, receptions, our favorite sessions and more. PharmacyToDose.Com @PharmacyToDose PharmacyToDose@Gmail.com
Kids can complicate work-life balance--especially SEVEN of them! In this interview, friend, fellow pharmacist, and father of 7 Chad Rollins, PharmD shares how to rewire your life to LiveHard! We dive deep and break down the most common limiting beliefs blocking your breakthrough--so you can LiveHard, too! RESOURCES: >> [FREE EBOOK] 5 Tips to Thrive in Healthcare: bit.ly/3U3Z6Ts >> [BRAND COURSE]: www.impactdrivenincome.com >> [COMMUNITY]: bit.ly/3vt38ZW >> [BOOK]: Rx: YOU! The Pharmacist's Survival Guide for Managing Stress & Fitting in Fitness: amzn.to/3tEkzW4 >> [BOOK] Gen-Z Pharmacist: bit.ly/3DmhM7s Guest: Chad Rollins, PharmD -Instagram: www.instagram.com/chad.rollins.9/ Host: Adam Martin, PharmD, ACSM-CPT, NAMS-CNC -Website: www.thefitpharmacist.com -LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/fitpharmfam -Instagram: www.instagram.com/thefitpharmacist -YouTube: bit.ly/2x2urwl
Results from early COVID-19 studies are still emerging. Some micronutrients, such as zinc, have been shown to decrease the severity of viral infections yet human data is sparse. Join host, Geoff Wall, as he evaluates a new study looking at the proposed benefit of zinc in COVID-19 infections.The GameChangerZinc has several antiviral properties. A recent trial showed a decreased risk of ICU admission – however, has numerous exclusion criteria impacting the external validity.Show Segments00:00 - Introductions01:45 - Zinc Role In COVID-1904:20 - Looking at the Study10:33 - The GameChanger: Study Results19:03 - Connecting to Practice: Applicability of Exclusions21:48 - Closing RemarksHostGeoff Wall, PharmD, BCPS, FCCP, CGPProfessor of Pharmacy Practice, Drake UniversityInternal Medicine/Critical Care, UnityPoint HealthReferences and ResourcesTwice-Daily Oral Zinc in the Treatment of Patients With Coronavirus Disease 2019: A Randomized Double-Blind Controlled Trial, Clinical Infectious DiseasesA Potential Role for Zinc to Enhance Treatment for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)Redeem your CPE or CME hereCPE (Pharmacist) CME (Physician) Get a membership & earn CE for GameChangers Podcast episodes (30 mins/episode)Pharmacists: Get a membershipPrescribers: Get a membershipCE InformationLearning ObjectivesUpon successful completion of this knowledge-based activity, participants should be able to:1. Discuss the putative role of zinc in treating COVID-192. Describe the application of the results of the Zinc COVID-19 study0.05 CEU/0.5 HrUAN: 0107-0000-23-025-H01-PInitial release date: 01/23/2023Expiration date: 01/23/2024Additional CPE and CME details can be found here.Follow CEimpact on Social Media:LinkedInInstagramDownload the CEimpact App for Free Continuing Education + so much more!
Dr. Matt Kauflin, Co-Founder at Teach Me Pharm, discusses the creation of Teach Me Pharm, how his pharmacy-related side hustles helped to fund his growing real estate portfolio, and his plans to build generational wealth. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode Connect with Matt Kauflin, PharmD, BCPS on LinkedIn Teach Me Pharm Replace Your Income: A Lawyer's Guide to Finding, Funding, and Managing Real Estate Investments by Brian T. Boyd Follow Teach Me Pharm on Instagram: @teachmepharm Follow Teach Me Pharm on Twitter: @teachmepharm Like Teach Me Pharm on Facebook Follow Matt Kauflin on Instagram: @mkauflin Connect with Matt Kauflin on Facebook YFP Real Estate Investing Join the YFP Real Estate Investing Facebook Group Your Financial Pharmacist Disclaimer and Disclosures
Reason for Visit: JS was referred by her PCP to the ambulatory care pharmacist for contraceptive counseling. Chief Complaint: “I think I'm leaning more towards the pill, but I'm really open to anything. It's also itchy again down there, probably another yeast infection.” Guest Author: Elizabeth Salisbury, PharmD Expert Panelists: Ashley Meredith, PharmD, MPH, BCACP; Rebecca Stone, PharmD, BCACP, and Sally Rafie, PharmD, BCPS Wanna earn continuing pharmacy education (CPE) for this program? Be sure to log-in to the iForumRx website, review the case, listen to the podcast, and scroll to the bottom of the page to claim CE. Check out the Birth Control Pharmacist website. --------
People with Covid-19 often get sick because the body's inflammatory response to the virus overreacts. To tamp down that inflammation, researchers at the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, turned their sights toward famotidine, the active ingredient in a common over-the-counter heartburn medication with anti-inflammatory potential. On this bonus episode, we speak with the lead researcher of a unique clinical trial testing the safety and efficacy of famotidine for Covid. Tobias Janowitz, MD, PhD, AN Assistant Professor, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and adjunct professor at the Feinstein Institutes, shares the results of the study, as well as how the pandemic impacted their approach and led to an early success story for decentralized trials, repurposing medications and the importance of collaborating with other institutions. Chapters: 00:08 - Intro 01:39 - Safety, efficacy of famotidine for Covid 02:55 - What is famotidine? 04:45 - A fully remote trial 05:58 - Virtual trial strengths, weaknesses 07:00 - Famotidine dosage for heartburn, Covid treatment 08:12 - Studying famotidine for Covid 09:10 - Decentralized clinical trials 10:56 - New paradigms, new problems 12:02 - A national focus on decentralized trials 13:16 - Collaboration supports clinical excellence This bonus episode expands on Ep. 102 featuring Onisis Stefas, PharmD, executive director of VIVO Health. Listen to that episode, available in our feed, to learn about the Covid treatments available today. More from Northwell Health Watch episodes of 20-Minute Health Talk on YouTube. For information on our more than 100 medical specialties, visit Northwell.edu. And follow us on social media: Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/northwellhealth Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/northwellhealth Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/northwellhealth/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin/northwellhealth
Sometimes teaching isn't "telling" but "asking" - asking questions that encourage students and residents to problem-solve in a stepwise manner. Listen in as we discuss a teaching strategy that builds confidence and encourages curiosity in your learners.We've all heard students and residents complain about ‘pimping' from preceptors during rotations or during their residency experience. Pimping has given a bad name to what can truly be a very effective teaching strategy when done right – Socratic Questioning. In this month's episode, I'm speaking with Lindsay Davis of Midwestern University – Glendale, and Kevin Carrasco, a preceptor who has jumped on the Socratic Questioning bandwagon after experiencing what a difference it has made in his effectiveness as a preceptor. During our conversation – they debunked many of the assumptions often made about Socratic questioning as a teaching method and also gave some great advice on how to approach this method in a trusting and safe way for learners.Download this pocket guide, then listen in to get started! HostKathy Schott, PhDCEimpact GuestsLindsay DavisLindsay E. Davis, PharmD, BCPS, BCCP, FCCPDirector, Cardiology & Metabolism TeamPfizer, Internal Medicine Field Medical GroupProfessor, Pharmacy PracticeMidwestern University - GlendaleKevin Carrasco, Pharm.D., MPHEmergency Medicine PharmacistBUMCP Main PharmacyDr. Davis reports that she is employed by Pfizer. All relevant financial relationships have been mitigated.Get CEClick here to access the courseCE InformationAt the end of this course, preceptors will be able to:1. Define the concept of 'microaggression'2. Identify strategies to support students who may experience microaggressions during experiential learningUAN: 0107-0000-23-058-H99-PRelease Date: 01/18/2022Expiration Date: 01/18/2025The speakers have no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose.This program has been:Approved by the Minnesota Board of Pharmacy as education for Minnesota pharmacy preceptors.Reviewed by the Texas Consortium on Experiential Programs and has been designated as preceptor education and training for Texas preceptors.Want more information on this and related topics? Check out this free resource to guide the implementation of Socratic Questioning in your teaching. As always, be sure to check out the full library of courses available for preceptors on the CEimpact website. Be sure to ask your experiential program director if you are a member so that you can access it all for free!0Follow CEimpact on Social Media:LinkedInInstagramDownload the CEimpact App for Free Continuing Education + so much more!
In this continuation of our myeloma series, we begin our discussion about treatment options for multiple myeloma, focusing first on pharmacology. We are so thrilled to have a special guest, Kathryn Maples, PharmD, BCOP who is a clinical pharmacy specialist in Multiple Myeloma at the Winship Cancer Institute of Emory Healthcare in Atlanta, Georgia!Content:- What are common drugs we use in "triplet regimens"? "quadruple therapy"? - What considerations must we take into account when prescribing commonly used medications in myeloma? - How should we counsel our patients? - What about supportive care?- How and when do we make dose adjustments? - This episode is SO eye-opening about the "behind the scenes" of myeloma care that physicians do not seeWant to review the show notes for this episode and others? Check out our website: https://www.thefellowoncall.com/our-episodesLove what you hear? Tell a friend and leave a review on our podcast streaming platforms!Twitter: @TheFellowOnCallInstagram: @TheFellowOnCallListen in on: Apple Podcast, Spotify, and Google Podcast
In this episode we are joined by Jennifer Wiafe, PharmD, who gives of a peek into her world as a pharmacist. If you thought pharmacists only work in retail pharmacies like Walgreens and CVS, think again. Dr. Wiafe currently works at a children's hospital as a clinical staff pharmacist, but you can find pharmacists in hospitals, doctor's offices and they can conduct research. This episode shows how vast the world of healthcare can be! Check out our YAWSYN merch! Perfect gifts for your favorite student, teacher or student advisor! Our website: www.YourAdvisorsWillSeeYouNow.com Follow us on Instagram Follow us on Facebook Send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org Support the podcast through Venmo: @YawsynPodcast
What goals should a pharmacy set to become high performing pharmacy? Podcast Host Nick Dorich, PharmD, PQS Associate Director of Pharmacy Accounts talks with Ray Arizmendi, Sr. Account Executive, Payer Relations at PQS about things that pharmacies can do now to become high performing pharmacies in 2023. Arizmendi also talks about performance programs and the ultimate goal of improving patient outcomes in this episode.
With a potential savings of over $100 million over the next five years, spend on biologics continues to outpace the total market by a two-to-one margin. However, utilization rates in the United States have been slowed by numerous issues. Wendy Biese and Carmen Gust join this episode to discuss the strategies ThedaCare Regional Medical Center has adopted to optimize biosimilars, and some of the barriers they've had to overcome in order to achieve their successful results. Speakers: Wendy Biese, PharmD, DPLA System Director – Pharmacy Services ThedaCare Regional Medical Center Carmen Gust, PharmD, BCPS System Clinical Pharmacy Coordinator ThedaCare Regional Medical Center Moderator Jim Lichauer, PharmD, BCPS, FASHP Sr PI Program Director, Pharmacy Vizient Show Notes: [00.05] Background information on biosimilars and the history of biologics spend. [01:40] Background information about ThedaCare. [03:42] ThedaCare's initial work with biosimilar conversion, from 2018 to early 2022. [05:57] How ThedaCare's game-changer initiative began, in the cancer center, and how key stakeholders were engaged. [09:37] ThedaCare's best practices for actively converting patients to biosimilars. [12:04] Results so far, including outcomes and projected savings. [13:01] Advice for organizations planning to implement similar biosimilar strategies. [15:21] How ThedaCare is moving into the next phase of biosimilar conversion, and strategies for overcoming challenges. Subscribe Today! Apple Podcasts Amazon Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Android Stitcher RSS Feed
Do you feel like people suck? Do you wish there was more kindness in the world? In this episode, I share an experience I had at Aldi, and how a split-second decision created a ripple effect that changed everything. RESOURCES: >> [FREE EBOOK] 5 Tips to Thrive in Healthcare: bit.ly/3U3Z6Ts >> [BRAND COURSE]: www.impactdrivenincome.com >> [COMMUNITY]: bit.ly/3vt38ZW >> [BOOK]: Rx: YOU! The Pharmacist's Survival Guide for Managing Stress & Fitting in Fitness: amzn.to/3tEkzW4 >> [BOOK] Gen-Z Pharmacist: bit.ly/3DmhM7s Host: Adam Martin, PharmD, ACSM-CPT, NAMS-CNC -Website: www.thefitpharmacist.com -LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/fitpharmfam -Instagram: www.instagram.com/thefitpharmacist -YouTube: bit.ly/2x2urwl
Links to my favorite sodium sources: - Crucial Four m- salt is my favorite. use code KCPHARMD10 to save - Redmond real salt- second best, easy to buy in bulk, budget-friendly. use code KCPHARMD to save. I also like re-lyte for electrolytes to add to water! Connect with me: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/karicoodyPharmD Instagram: www.instagram.com/karicoody/ YouTube: bit.ly/karicoodyyoutube Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/karicoodypharmd/ Website: www.karicoody.com Email: email@example.com
Celiac disease is of the most common auto-immune diseases in the world. The only current treatment is maintaining a strict gluten-free diet. Join host, Geoff Wall, as he discusses the results of a phase 2 study investigating a novel pharmacologic treatment of Celiac disease. The GameChangerCeliac disease is common and has a myriad of symptoms. A new drug may offer a way for patients with Celiac disease to eat gluten without issue.Show Segments00:00 - Introductions00:50 - The Effects of Celiac Disease03:45 - Why Celiac Causes Problems09:08 - Latiglutenase Study Background14:48 - The GameChanger: Latiglutenase Study Results19:11 - Connecting to Practice21:31 - Closing RemarksHostGeoff Wall, PharmD, BCPS, FCCP, CGPProfessor of Pharmacy Practice, Drake UniversityInternal Medicine/Critical Care, UnityPoint HealthReferences and ResourcesMurray JA, Syage JA, Wu TT, et al. Latiglutenase Protects the Mucosa and Attenuates Symptom Severity in Patients With Celiac Disease Exposed to a Gluten Challenge. Gastroenterology. 2022 Dec;163(6):1510-1521.e6. doi: 10.1053/j.gastro.2022.07.071. Epub 2022 Aug 2. PMID: 35931103; PMCID: PMC9707643.Redeem your CPE or CME hereCPE (Pharmacist)CME (Physician) Get a membership & earn CE for GameChangers Podcast episodes (30 mins/episode)Pharmacists: Get a membershipPrescribers: Get a membershipCE InformationLearning ObjectivesUpon successful completion of this knowledge-based activity, participants should be able to:1. Describe the extraintestinal manifestations of Celiac disease2. Discuss the Murray et al study and its implications in patients with Celiac disease0.05 CEU/0.5 HrUAN: 0107-0000-23-024-H01-PInitial release date: 01/16/2023Expiration date: 01/16/2024Additional CPE and CME details can be found here.Follow CEimpact on Social Media:LinkedInInstagramDownload the CEimpact App for Free Continuing Education + so much more!
As a podcast guest, Dr. Swathi checks all the boxes. My guests use their voices to advocate for something, educate in some way, or entertain. Dr. Swathi does all three! ✅ She's an advocate for integrative health, preventative health, patient-centered shared decision-making, cannabis science and therapeutics, her beauty and wellness brand Elēment Apothēc, networking, entrepreneurship, personal development podcasts, and more. ✅ As an educator, she has created 3 online courses: Integrative Health 101, Cannabis Science & Therapeutics for Pharmacists, and CBD for Health & Wellness (available from Elēment Apothēc in early 2023). Plus, she has experience speaking at conferences. ✅ As an entertainer, she has appeared on several podcasts and YouTube channels and authored a book. Listen to this episode, and you will be inspired by the many ways in which Dr. Swathi uses her voice. Connect with Dr. Swathi on LinkedIn. Thank you for listening to episode 195 of The Pharmacist's Voice ® Podcast! To read the full show notes, visit https://www.thepharmacistsvoice.com. Click on the podcast tab, and search for episode 195. Subscribe to or Follow The Pharmacist's Voice Podcast! Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify Amazon/Audible Bio– Dr. Swathi Varanasi, or Dr. Swathi for short, is a bilingual pharmacist specializing in integrative and preventative health. Dr. Swathi has paved the way for other healthcare professionals to pursue non-traditional career paths through creating postdoctoral residency training programs, industry internships, and online courses (Integrative Health 101 and Cannabis Science & Therapeutics for Pharmacists). She co-founded and serves as Chief Scientific Officer of the international award-winning clean beauty and wellness brand, Elēment Apothēc. As a healthcare disruptor, she looks for opportunities to break barriers and challenge her western-trained colleagues to think beyond the conventional scope of their practice. Through the many modalities of integrative medicine and patient-centered shared decision-making, she believes that health and wellness is achievable for everyone. Emphasizing an evidence-based approach, Dr. Swathi is passionate about educating practitioners, students, patients, and consumers, and strives to empower everyone to be the best, most authentic version of themselves. Dr. Swathi received her Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) from the Medical University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy (Charleston, SC) and her Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from Carleton College (Northfield, MN). She is certified in Plant-Based Nutrition from Cornell University. Dr. Swathi serves adjunct faculty and has lectured at colleges, universities, and conference stages worldwide. She has been published in peer-reviewed academic journals and has been featured in Forbes, Entrepreneur, Yahoo, Well+Good, and mindbodygreen. In her free time, she can be found listening to personal development podcasts, styling sustainable fashion pieces, taking long walks, paging through Architectural Digest, or planning her next trip (35 countries and counting!). Links from this episode Element Apothec's Webiste | www.elementapothec.com Element Apothec's YouTube channel Element Apothec's IG | @elementapothec Personal website for Swathi Varanasi, PharmD www.doctorswathi.com Personal Instagram for Swathi Varanasi, PharmD @doctorswathi Dr. Swathi Varanasi on LinkedIn linkedin.com/in/swathi-varanasi Integrative Health 101 | integrativehealth101.teachable.com Lsteners can use the code VOICE for 20% off. (Code is valid until 4/30/23) Cannabis Science & Therapeutics for Pharmacists | https://medicalcannabismentor.thinkific.com/courses/copy-of-cannabis-science-and-therapeutics-for-pharmacists-1?ref=fa803a This is the first-ever online course specifically written for pharmacists by a pharmacist on cannabis science and medicine. CBD for Health & Wellness (online course) will be available from Element Apothec in 2023. HARO https://www.helpareporter.com/ The Sacred Feminine by Swathi Varanasi et al Student National Pharmaceutical Association SNPhA https://snpha.org/ Carleton College Medical University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy The University of Toledo's Cosmetic Science & Formulation Design Program
While Covid-19 vaccines remain the best protection against the novel virus, if you do catch Covid there are also several treatments to help manage symptoms, like Covid cough, and prevent hospitalization. Onisis Stefas, PharmD, executive director of VIVO Health, breaks down what treatments are available over the counter, by prescription (paxlovid and molnupiravir) and if you do end up in the hospital (remdesivir). He explains the difference between the types of medications (anti-viral vs monoclonal antibodies) and which remain effective today against the new Covid variants. Podcast transcript Chapters: 00:07 - Intro 02:08 - A personal experience with paxlovid 05:26 - Covid treatments for mild-to-moderate Covid-19 08:13 - Categories of Covid treatments 10:05 - Paxlovid effectiveness 10:24 - Molnupiravir vs paxlovid 11:22 - When should you take paxlovid 12:05 - Remdesivir infusion 12:57 - Covid anti-viral medication vs monoclonal antibodies 14:11 - Paxlovid, molnupiravir, remdesivir work against new Covid variants 14:47 - Why paxlovid usage is low 16:39 - Outro Listen to more from Dr. Stefas on 20-Minute Health Talk: When hospitals close: How to address "care deserts" - March 15, 2022 Breaking down the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine - March 5, 2021 What's in the Covid-19 vaccine? - Jan. 13, 2021 Watch episodes of 20-Minute Health Talk on YouTube. For information on our more than 100 medical specialties, visit Northwell.edu. And follow us on social media: Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/northwellhealth Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/northwellhealth Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/northwellhealth/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin/northwellhealth
This is the second of the three-part podcast series, Keeping up with the Chemos on lenvatinib/pembrolizumab. Our multidisciplinary panel will discuss the important information about creating chemotherapy orders and instructions, any consults/monitoring by other specialties, the drug preparation and interventions during administration lenvatinib/pembrolizumab. The session ends with general take home points on administration and patient monitoring period. 2022-2023 SGO Chemotherapy/Targeted Therapies Subcommittee Members and Moderators:Tracilyn Hall, MDJudith Smith, PharmDSpeakers:Dew Hilton, Specialty Pharmacy Technician Jennifer MacDonald, PharmD, BCOPPamela Soliman, MDSound engineered and produced by Betheon Whyte on behalf of the Society of Gynecologic Oncology.
The first three-part of the Keeping up with the Chemos podcast series focused on tisotumab vedotin, and now this second installment series focuses on lenvatinib/pembrolizumab, which highlights some general information on lenvatinib/pembrolizumab including mechanism of clinical indications for prescribing. The multidisciplinary panel will discuss the aspects of getting a team of nursing, pharmacy, Gynecologist and Ophthalmologist/Optometrist educated and prepared for giving lenvatinib/pembrolizumab. The session wraps up with some key take home points on lenvatinib/pembrolizumab. 2022-2023 SGO Chemotherapy/Targeted Therapies Subcommittee Members and Moderators:Tracilyn Hall, MDJudith Smith, PharmDSpeakers:Jennifer MacDonald, PharmD, BCOPPamela Soliman, MDSound engineered and produced by Betheon Whyte on behalf of the Society of Gynecologic Oncology.
If you go to the Sage Transparency dashboard Web site, you get a really graphical representation of the prices that any given hospital actually needs to charge so that they break even. You can see precisely which hospitals are operating on thin margins and which ones are not. You might be thinking, “Okay, so ... what's the big deal about this? Why is the Sage Transparency information so meaningful? Aren't hospitals (most of them) providing their financial statements already?” Well, let's discuss. First of all, we have the main hospital lobbying organization coming out with press releases such as this one saying (here's some quotes): “Hospitals have incurred serious losses …” “The vast majority of America's hospitals [are] in serious financial jeopardy …” Combine quotes like these (and there are many) with some of the funny stuff going on in some (not all) hospital financial reporting—like counting investment losses from their venture funds, not counting endowments or their big trusts in the math, paying C-suites way more than the average doctor or worker, or all of the varied things that get counted or overcounted as charity care or community benefit—yeah, these hospital balance sheets are too often as much of a PR campaign as the PR campaigns. When you dig into them, you find some very wealthy organizations dressing up in Tiny Tim Cratchit pants and leaning on a crutch … at least whenever the cameras are rolling. So, where are patients in all of this? Chris Deacon linked to a Qualtrics study recently. It seems that in 2020, 48% of people deferred care as a result of the pandemic. In 2022, 43% deferred care because of cost—48% from the pandemic, 43% deferred due to cost this past year … wow! There are patients saying, “Hey, I have this giant thing growing on my arm. Is it melanoma? I don't know, but I do know if I go to the doctor, I'll be $600 in the hole … so I'll wait.” It doesn't matter how many medical advancements are made when almost half of the patients are making decisions like this, including patients with so-called “good” insurance. Look, no one would or is arguing that hospitals aren't vital. They are essential. Hospitals can be amazing places where lives get saved. Amazing doctors and clinicians work in hospitals. But putting everything I just said together, let me summarize a textbook hospital chain one-two punch. The halo effect many hospitals enjoy is massive, and those administrators who choose to can take advantage of that halo for financial gain. When hospitals' administrators cannot manage to curtail their own spending and then demand that their communities foot the bills, then the good that a hospital can do starts to go bad. If you are a legislator, you might want to be paying attention to all of this. And when I say might be wanting to pay attention, I mean pretty much you want to be paying attention to all of this. With all of the data that is now available to especially more sophisticated employers, some companies are not building offices or plants in areas which are known to have healthcare prices that are multiples over what they should be. That might be in your legislative district or state. Healthcare prices can be the largest cost for employers after payroll. Starbucks famously spends more on healthcare than they do on coffee beans. Nearly 8 of 10 employers considered healthcare costs a significant threat to affordability. So, too high hospital prices are a community problem at the chamber of commerce as well as at the family and the patient level. After you listen to this show, go back and listen to the one last week with Mike Thompson (EP389) if you haven't already. It adds some context that you might want to have. Also stay tuned for a show coming up where we talk about just all of the anticompetitive stuff that some of these hospital system administrators have decided to subject their communities to. In this healthcare podcast, I have two titans of employer coalition building on the episode. Gloria Sachdev from the Employers' Forum of Indiana, who was instrumental in standing up the Sage Transparency dashboard that we talked about last week and we'll discuss a little bit more this week. Gloria is a pharmacist, which I did not know. She also sits on the board for the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchasers Coalition and Hoosiers for Affordable Healthcare. Also on the show is the one and only Chris Skisak, who leads the Houston Business Coalition on Health. He also speaks for the state of Texas through his role with Texas Employers for Affordable Healthcare. You can learn more at txeahc.org and houstonbch.org. You can also check out the Employers' Forum of Indiana Web site as well as sagetransparency.com. Gloria Sachdev, PharmD, serves as president, CEO, and board chair of the Employers' Forum of Indiana. She also serves as adjunct associate professor at Purdue College of Pharmacy. Forum initiatives focus on hospital price and quality transparency, value-based health benefit and payment strategies, and health policy. She serves as a member of the Board of Governors for the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions and as board vice chair for Hoosiers for Affordable Healthcare. Dr. Sachdev received her bachelor of science and doctor of pharmacy degrees from the University of Oklahoma and completed a primary residency at the VA in Madison, Wisconsin. Thereafter, she practiced in primary care physician offices managing patients with chronic diseases for 12 years, followed by consulting in the space of incorporating clinical pharmacists into team-based care for 6 years. She retired from Purdue College of Pharmacy after 15 years but still teaches a few classes for fun. Chris Skisak, PhD, is the executive director of the Houston Business Coalition on Health, a multi-stakeholder but employer-centric 501(c)(3) focused on improving the cost, quality, and consumer experience in healthcare delivery. He is also the executive director of Texas Employers for Affordable Healthcare, a legislative advocacy organization focused on creating a competitive healthcare delivery ecosystem. Dr. Skisak also serves on the boards of directors of the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchasing Coalitions and Texas Business Group on Health. He serves on the leadership councils for Houston Cities Changing Diabetes, Houston Health Equity Collaborative, and Center for Houston's Future. He had previously worked 25 years with Houston Fortune 50 energy companies in a variety of population health management positions. He is originally from Chicago and attended the University of Illinois. He received his master of science degree and PhD from the University of Texas School of Public Health. 06:04 How could the healthcare market correct itself? 08:27 EP334 with Sunita Desai, PhD. 09:38 What strategies are needed to make changes in the healthcare market? 10:13 What can be done with respect to market forces? 12:33 What needs to happen in regard to healthcare legislation? 13:03 Gloria's ideas for legislation. 15:44 Why is it important to allow physicians to be independent again? 17:41 EP373 with Cora Opsahl. 18:21 Chris's thoughts on legislation. 22:51 Why is it important that employers become present in the legislative process? 26:48 What has been immensely helpful to better understand hospital financials? 31:08 EP385 with Dan Mendelson. 31:16 EP379 with AJ Loiacono. 32:11 Why is transparency foundational for healthcare market change? You can learn more at txeahc.org and houstonbch.org. You can also check out the Employers' Forum of Indiana Web site as well as sagetransparency.com. @GloriaSachdev and @ChrisSkisak discuss #hospitalpricing and #legislation on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #healthcarelegislation Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! Mike Thompson, Dr Rishi Wadhera (Encore! EP326), Ge Bai (Encore! EP356), Dave Dierk and Stacey Richter (INBW37), Merrill Goozner, Betsy Seals (EP387), Stacey Richter (INBW36), Dr Eric Bricker (Encore! EP351), Al Lewis, Dan Mendelson, Wendell Potter, Nick Stefanizzi, Brian Klepper (Encore! EP335), Dr Aaron Mitchell (EP382), Karen Root, Mark Miller, AJ Loiacono, Josh LaRosa, Stacey Richter (INBW35), Rebecca Etz (Encore! EP295), Olivia Webb (Encore! EP337), Mike Baldzicki, Lisa Bari, Betsy Seals (EP375), Dave Chase, Cora Opsahl (EP373), Cora Opsahl (EP372), Dr Mark Fendrick (Encore! EP308)
Dr. Nathan Smith believes that if you want to get financially free early in life, you have to be fanatical. He was still a student in pharmacy school when his real estate investment journey began. By the age of 30, Dr. Smith was already financially free. How did he start and where did he get his capital? His secret sauce is to live minimally, so you can eventually live richly. Listen as Dr. Smith shares his real estate investing roadmap with us in this episode!Where and how to get capital is one of the biggest challenges in real estate investment. So be all ears up to the end as Dr. Smith shares creative ways and strategies to finance acquisitions. He goes into detail about seller financing and how to approach property owners. Enjoy the show!Key Points from This Episode:Dr. Smith's background and why he chose PharmD over MD.Investing in real estate while studying pharmacy.How he educated himself about real estate investing.His first house hack.Why he focused on the student rental market.Why seller financing is a great strategy for Dr. Smith.How to make the first touch with a property owner.Ways to finance an acquisition.Why is he diverting his focus away from student housing now? Failures and lessons in his real estate investing journey.How pharmacy helped him in his real estate investing. Nate's advice for risk-averse pharmacists and his roadmap to get you started in real estate investing.Tweetables:“If you will put up with what most people won't put up with, you'll have what most people won't have.” [00:17:33]“The way that you become financially independent, generally, is cash flow.” [00:19:03]“As long as we're disciplined in our personal lives, pharmacy provides us with such a great income. It bailed me out many, many times. I always made sure to live below my means.” [00:45:15]Links Mentioned:Dr. Nathan Smith on YouTubeDr. Nathan Smith on FacebookDr. Nathan Smith on InstagramThe All-In PodcastE192: Finding Triumph in Creative Financing with Nathan SmithEpisode 111 - Seller Financing: A Creative Tool For A Changing Market With Nathaniel SmithAbout Dr. Nathan SmithNathan Smith is a real estate investor and an industry leader in creative financing and asset management. He owns over 200 doors, totaling approximately 24 million dollars in assets. Nathan has founded multiple real estate businesses including “Clearwater Capital Group,” a real estate investment company that delivers dependable cash flow and appreciation, and “Live in Eau Claire,” a property management company that managed over 1,000 units at the time of his exit. One of Nathan's passions is teaching others about the power of investing in real estate.Connect with us!Claude Condo on LinkedInJeff Stark on LinkedInThe main sponsor of our podcast is Rx Real Estate Investment. They make everything we do possible, and our conversations and interviews would not be available without their support. If you want to diversify your retirement portfolio and get into commercial real estate investing, working with Rx Real Estate Investment may be a great match for you. Check out the website at www.rxrei.com.
Listen to Amica Simmons-Yon, PharmD, PhD and Alyssa Peckham, PharmD, BCPP as they spill the tea on The Holiday Blues with special guest, Bennett Doughty, PharmD, BCPS, BCPP. During this episode, Dr. Doughty discusses mental health during the holiday season. Whether that's a worsening of a pre-existing condition or an emergence of new symptoms, Dr. Doughty walks us through some of the most common experiences and what we can do about them to persevere. Lastly, Dr. Doughty shares some key resources with listeners and where they can read more about this topic! Featuring: • Bennett Doughty, PharmD; Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Binghamton School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences • Amica Simmons-Yon, PharmD, PhD; Clinical & Scientific Liaison, OPDC • Alyssa Peckham, PharmD, BCPP; Clinical & Scientific Liaison, OPDC Resources: • PsychU Article - Will Consumers Add Health Services To Their Holiday Shopping List? : bit.ly/3vQ0ZrT • PsychU Community Podcast - Burnout & Managing Stress: bit.ly/3QvHZsb • PsychU Article - Over Half Of Adults In The U.S. Are Considered ‘Lonely': bit.ly/3Gvl6kc • PsychU Article - Severe Loneliness Can Increase Health Care Costs By Over $300 Per Month: bit.ly/3XkNtZg • PsychU Article - Is Loneliness The Overlooked Social Determinant?: bit.ly/3imjTnl • PsychU Video - Digital Technologies For Substance Use Disorder: bit.ly/3WVWyYH • PsychU Downloadable Resource - Substance Use Disorders & Mental Health: bit.ly/3jWP4pr • PsychU Downloadable Resource - Fact Sheet: The Eight Dimensions of Wellness: bit.ly/3XkNQ66 • PsychU Resource Library - Suicide Awareness: bit.ly/3XkNRHc Disclaimers: Bennett Doughy, PharmD is a paid consultant of Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization, Inc Amica Simmons-Yon & Alyssa Peckham are employees of Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization, Inc. PsychU is supported by Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization, Inc. (OPDC), Otsuka America Pharmaceutical, Inc. (OAPI), and Lundbeck, LLC – committed supporters of the mental health treatment community. The opinions expressed by PsychU's contributors are their own and are not endorsed or recommended by PsychU or its sponsors. The information provided through PsychU is intended for the educational benefit of mental health care professionals and others who support mental health care. It is not intended as, nor is it a substitute for, medical care, advice, or professional diagnosis. Health care professionals should use their independent medical judgement when reviewing PsychU's educational resources. Users seeking medical advice should consult with a health care professional. No CME or CEU credits are available through any of the resources provided by PsychU. Some of the contributors may be paid consultants for OPDC, OAPI, and / or Lundbeck, LLC.
How do you make healthy habits STICK? If you are fed up with being inconsistent on your goals, this is your script for success! In this podcast, I share my secret habit hack for how to create consistency and turn your new goal into an automatic success habit! RESOURCES: >> [FREE EBOOK] 5 Tips to Thrive in Healthcare: bit.ly/3U3Z6Ts >> [BRAND COURSE]: www.impactdrivenincome.com >> [COMMUNITY]: bit.ly/3vt38ZW >> [BOOK]: Rx: YOU! The Pharmacist's Survival Guide for Managing Stress & Fitting in Fitness: amzn.to/3tEkzW4 >> [BOOK] Gen-Z Pharmacist: bit.ly/3DmhM7s Host: Adam Martin, PharmD, ACSM-CPT, NAMS-CNC -Website: www.thefitpharmacist.com -LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/fitpharmfam -Instagram: www.instagram.com/thefitpharmacist -YouTube: bit.ly/2x2urwl
Steve and Mary talk about the connection between sports and leadership with Nick Adubato, Doug Doyle, WBGO news and Sports Director, Host of SportsJam with Doug Doyle, and director Elvin Badger and audio engineer Frank Brown. Then, Steve and Mary are joined by Indu Lew, PharmD, Executive VP, Chief of Staff, RWJBarnabas Health, talking about … Continue reading Lessons in Leadership: Adubato Sports Connection and Dr. Indu Lew
Hello and happy new year 2023! I hope you all enjoyed wonderful celebrations with family during all the winter holidays, had profound reflections of the passing year and set some amazing intentions for the year ahead. I had planned to release this episode before the new year to close off season 5 and open up a new chapter of season 6 in 2023, but due to some technical issues I wasn't able to pull it off in time. But hey no one's perfect! I'm chalking this off to several planets going retrograde for the next little while… Either way, I'm choosing to focus on what did go well, and even better than planned with the podcast last year, and I want to thank everyone who contributed - including my cohost Jenna Carmichael (happy belated birthday by the way Jenna!), the Pharmacy Podcast Network team, and all the guests we've had on this season. And of course, the podcast would not have been possible without listeners like you tuning in and supporting the show. I'd like to thank all my subscribers across the audio platforms, and also invite you to subscribe to the show's YouTube channel @theholisticpharmacypodcast. To learn more about supporting us or to inquire about being a guest or sharing other ideas, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. And now, without further ado, please join my cohost Jenna Carmichael, PharmD on this episode of the Holistic Pharmacy Podcast, Journal Club Edition for a discussion on Prolonged Nightly Fasting and Breast Cancer Prognosis with guest Preet Mankoo, BScPharm, MSc, CCPA. Preet Mankoo is a Certified Professional Cancer Coach and Breast Cancer Expert with a 20+ year background in healthcare as a pharmacist. Preet combines her extensive knowledge of drug therapy with evidence-based complementary and integrative therapies to help her clients create and implement a cancer recovery plan. Her approach to cancer care is to address 4 key areas that affect cancer initiation, promotion, and progression - nutrition, environment, lifestyle, and mental/spiritual health - in order to encourage cancer recovery and discourage cancer recurrence. Preet's mission is to empower men and women with cancer around the globe with the tools and integrative strategies they need to formulate their own cancer recovery plan. Please enjoy the season finale and I'll see you back here for season 6 in early February! Article Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4982776/ How to get in touch with Preet: Website: www.cancerrecoveryroadmap.com Email: email@example.com Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/breastcancerrecovery Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/cancercoaches Instagram: @cancercoachpreet Dr. Jenna Carmichael of Wobbly Arrow Wellness is a holistic oncology pharmacist and health coach. She works with women on the cancer journey looking for a different perspective on wellness. She combines her oncology knowledge and holistic healing methods of meditation, reiki, and yoga to help empower her clients to choose the path that works best for their goals. She also offers genetic testing services to get a true, personalized idea of how her clients process their medications for safe and effective therapy. Go to www.wobblyarrowwellness.com for more information on her services. For more amazing content, visit us at https://drmarinabuksov.com. Music: https://www.purple-planet.com. *Disclaimer*: The statements made herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Any/All products listed are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.
The American Diabetes Association Standards of Care in Diabetes are a “living” guideline – the recommendations are updated throughout the year and major revisions occur in January. In this episode, guest host, Jake Galdo, is joined by Susan Cornell as they evaluate new pharmacotherapy recommendations in the ADA Standards of Care.The GameChangerTreatment recommendations for diabetes are no longer metformin plus. Now initial, and augmented therapy, is driven by comorbid conditions.Show Segments00:00 - Introductions02:09 - Reason for ADA Standards of Care Update05:09 - The GameChanger: Comorbid Condition-Driven Therapy08:32 - Connecting to Practice: Clinical Decision Points11:13 - Diabetes Therapies Use for Weight Loss and Drawbacks13:29 - Lifestyle Modification Suggestions19:48 - Insulin Use According to New Guidelines25:03 - Pharmacy Intervention Opportunity: Glucagon26:37 - Closing Remarks HostJohn A Galdo, PharmD, MBA, BCPS, BCGP (Jake)Director, Education Projects, CEimpactCEO, SeguridadGuestSusan Cornell, BS, PharmD, CDCES, FAPhA, FADCESAssociate Director, Experiential EducationProfessor, Pharmacy PracticeMidwestern University College of PharmacyReferences and ResourcesPharmacologic Approaches to Glycemic Treatment: Standards of Care in Diabetes-2023. Diabetes CareRedeem your CPE or CME hereCPE (Pharmacist)CME (Physician)Get a membership & earn CE for GameChangers Podcast episodes (30 mins/episode)Pharmacists: Get a membershipPrescribers: Get a membershipCE InformationLearning ObjectivesUpon successful completion of this knowledge-based activity, participants should be able to:1. Identify the first line therapy for treatment of diabetes2. Discuss key clinical decision points for the treatment of diabetes0.05 CEU/0.5 HrUAN: 0107-0000-23-023-H01-PInitial release date: 01/09/2023Expiration date: 01/09/2024Additional CPE and CME details can be found here.Follow CEimpact on Social Media:LinkedInInstagramDownload the CEimpact App for Free Continuing Education + so much more!
Nate Hedrick, PharmD, and David Bright, PharmD, MBA, BCACP, FAPhA, FCCP, discuss practical ways that real estate investors can take action based on market predictions for 2023. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode YFP Real Estate Investing 90: Three (Likely Wrong) Predictions for 2023 Real Estate Join the YFP Real Estate Investing Facebook Group YFP Real Estate Investing Download the Property Analysis Spreadsheet Your Financial Pharmacist Disclaimer and Disclosures
What is the secret to staying up to date with clinical updates, tips for flourishing in your practice and life, and inspirational stories about pharmacist entrepreneurs…all at the click of a button? No, it is not magic. It is a podcast! Guest Authors: Elizabeth Yett, PharmD, BCACP, TTS and Elizabeth Hearn, PharmD, BCACP Music by Good Talk
It's not what you know…it's WHO you know. It's also: who knows WHO YOU ARE. Your reputation is the difference behind influencing impact-driven income. HOW to do that is what you will learn from the living legend guest on this week's podcast! International best-selling author and hall-of-fame speaker Bob Burg, CSP, CPAE, shares the secret you MUST adopt in order to influence others and create impact-driven income. RESOURCES: >> [FREE EBOOK] 5 Tips to Thrive in Healthcare: bit.ly/3U3Z6Ts >> [BRAND COURSE]: www.impactdrivenincome.com >> [COMMUNITY]: bit.ly/3vt38ZW >> [BOOK]: Rx: YOU! The Pharmacist's Survival Guide for Managing Stress & Fitting in Fitness: amzn.to/3tEkzW4 >> [BOOK] Gen-Z Pharmacist: bit.ly/3DmhM7s Guest: Bob Burg, CSP, CPAE -Website: https://burg.com -Books: https://burg.com/books/ -LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bobburg/ -Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realbobburg/ -YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/burgcommunications Host: Adam Martin, PharmD, ACSM-CPT, NAMS-CNC -Website: www.thefitpharmacist.com -LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/fitpharmfam -Instagram: www.instagram.com/thefitpharmacist -YouTube: bit.ly/2x2urwl
Fernando Carnavali, MD; Rasika Karnik, MS, MD; Renslow Sherer, MD; and Joseph Torrisi, PharmD, BCIDP, discuss COVID-19 treatments and the possibility for antiviral resistance, including:Treatment resistance mechanismsCOVID-19 testingCOVID-19 treatments, including antivirals and monoclonal antibodiesPresenters:Fernando Carnavali, MDAssociate Professor of MedicineDivision ChiefGeneral Internal MedicineDepartment of MedicineSite DirectorCOVID Center of Excellence Satellite-Ansonia Mount Sinai Health New York, New YorkRasika Karnik, MS, MDAssistant ProfessorDivision of Primary CareDepartment of Internal MedicineUniversity of ChicagoMedical DirectorPost-COVID Recovery ClinicChicago, IllinoisRenslow Sherer, MDDirectorInternational HIV Training CenterProfessor of MedicineSection of Infectious Diseases and Global HealthDepartment of MedicineUniversity of ChicagoChicago, IllinoisJoseph Torrisi, PharmD, BCIDPClinical Pharmacy SpecialistInfectious Diseases PharmacyGrady Health SystemAtlanta, GeorgiaLink to slides: https://bit.ly/3hXMgIdLink to full program: https://bit.ly/3G271KL
Drs. Rachel Meyers and David Hoff address how to use the KIDs List to help with issue of potentially inappropriate medications and excipients in pediatric patients. Guest speakers: Rachel Meyers, PharmD, BCPS, BCPPS, FPPA Pediatric Clinical Pharmacist Rutgers University, Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center, Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy David Hoff, PharmD, BCPPS, FCCP, FPPA Pharmacy Director, Acute Care Children's Minnesota Moderator: Gretchen Brummel, PharmD, BCPS Pharmacy Executive Director Vizient Center for Pharmacy Practice Excellence Show Notes: [02:13-03:45] What is the KIDs List? [03:46-05:43] Why the KIDs List is needed [05:44-09:26] Putting the KIDs List together [09:27-11:54] Comparing the KIDs List to Beers Criteria and STOPP/START [11:55-13:25] Ways clinicians can use KIDs List [13:26-16:49] Ways clinicians should not use the KIDs List [16:50-17:39] Future plans for the KIDs list [17:40-20:16] Unique projects of changes that have come from the KIDs List [20:17-21:38] How frontline pharmacy staff can leverage use of the list Links | Resources: Journal of Pediatric Pharmacology and Therapeutics https://meridian.allenpress.com/DocumentLibrary/PPAG/KIDS-List.pdf Subscribe Today! Apple Podcasts Amazon Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Android RSS Feed
Many in the POTS and MCAS communities react to medications. Perhaps using a compounding pharmacy that can replace inactive ingredients with alternatives that are less likely to cause a reaction is a good option! You can read the transcript for this episode here: https://tinyurl.com/potscast107 Please click the "subscribe" button so that you don't miss an episode of The POTScast. Subscribing also helps us reach other people just like you! If you liked this episode, we hope you will help to support our production costs by donating to Standing Up to POTS at https://www.standinguptopots.org/donate Tell us what you think of The POTScast or send us your idea at firstname.lastname@example.org! Find out more about Standing Up to POTS! Check us out on our Website: www.standinguptopots.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/standinguptopots/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/standinguptopots/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/POTSActivist Pintrest: https://www.pinterest.com/TheStandingUpToPOTS/ Medical Disclaimer: The information provided here is not intended to serve as professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have health related issues, please contact a qualified health professional to get the personalized assessment, advice, and treatment that you need. Standing Up to POTS will not be liable for any direct, indirect, or other damages arising from the use of this podcast.
Join Matt Pillar for a conversation with Carine Boustany, PharmD and SVP, US Research Site Head and Global Head of Immunology and Respiratory Diseases at Boehringer Ingelheim. On this episode of the Business of Biotech, we walk through the story leading up to the recent approval of spesolimab. In September 2022, spesolimab was approved in the USA for the treatment of generalized pustular psoriasis (GPP) flares in adults. Dr. Boustany shares the antibody's fortuitous discovery, the challenges her team faced on the path to approval, and how those challenges were overcome. Subscribe to the NEW #BusinessofBiotech newsletter at bioprocessonline.com/bob for more real, honest, transparent interactions with the leaders of emerging biotech. It's a once-per-month dose of insight and intel that you'll actually look forward to receiving! Check it out at bioprocessonline.com/bob!
Happy New Year! Michelle Fritsch, PharmD returns to the podcast to talk about the 6th Annual Medipreneurs Summit (2023). This is her fourth time on the podcast (see also episodes 11, 111, and 121). This episode is also available on The Pharmacist's Voice YouTube channel (episode 193 video). Check it out to see dozens of pictures from previous Medipreneurs Summits! According to Michelle, “Medipreneurs is the Health Entrepreneur Network. We do not learn business development and entrepreneurial skills in health profession schools, but we have great ideas to start impactful businesses. Medipreneurs provides the networking, the support, the tools, and the experts to bring those ideas to reality then walk with you through each phase of business growth and scaling. Engage with Medipreneurs through Membership (https://www.medipreneurs.com/Members) for dynamic monthly support and tools and/or by attending the Summit.” Thank you for listening to episode 193 of The Pharmacist's Voice ® Podcast! To read the show notes, visit https://www.thepharmacistsvoice.com. Click on the podcast tab, and search for episode 193. Links from this episode https://www.medipreneurs.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/medipreneurs-summit https://www.facebook.com/medipreneurssummit https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCMT89Wg5Y-vFHuF18xm2wg https://www.instagram.com/medipreneurs/ https://linktr.ee/MichelleFritsch The Pharmacist's Voice ® Podcast episode 11 featuring Michelle Fritsch The Pharmacist's Voice ® Podcast episode 111 featuring Michelle Fritsch The Pharmacist's Voice ® Podcast episode 121 featuring Michelle Fritsch
"Trauma is not limited to veterans. It's not limited to you going overseas in the middle of nowhere and getting in your battle zone and coming back with flashbacks and nightmares. It's about things that didn't happen to you, that was supposed to happen to you." - Helen Sairany Helen Sairany is the CEO and Executive Vice President for the Florida Pharmacy Association. She is passionate about exploring the effects of trauma, which has been especially pertinent during the pandemic. She finds that many healthcare workers are suffering from PTSD due to the pandemic. She explains that trauma is not limited to veterans and can come from a variety of sources. Helen also explains that toxic masculinity can lead to men downplaying their trauma and not seeking help. She explains that children are naturally narcissistic and that this can carry into adulthood if not properly addressed. Finally, she explains the signs of a narcissistic boss and how they can emotionally drain those around them. In this episode, you will learn the following: 1. How is the trauma caused by the pandemic affecting healthcare professionals? 2. What are the consequences of growing up in a dysfunctional family environment? 3. What are the warning signs of narcissistic abuse in work and personal relationships? Connect with me: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bizofpharmpod/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BizOfPharmPod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheBusinessofPharmacyPodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/bizofpharmpod LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/bizofpharmpod Website: https://www.bizofpharmpod.com Loved this episode? Leave us a review and rating here: https://www.bizofpharmpod.com/reviews/new/ Please support The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™ by checking out our sponsors at https://www.bizofpharmpod.com.
Nate Hedrick, PharmD, and David Bright, PharmD, MBA, BCACP, FAPhA, FCCP, share their predictions for the real estate market in 2023, including interest and mortgage rates, rent rates, and house pricing. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode Planet Money Join the YFP Real Estate Investing Facebook Group Connect with Nate Hedrick on LinkedIn FRED Economic Data: 30-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage Average in the United States Mortgage News Daily FRED Economic Data: Median Sales Price of Houses Sold for the United States YFP Real Estate Investing Your Financial Pharmacist Disclaimer and Disclosures
Fernando Carnavali, MD; Rasika Karnik, MS, MD; Renslow Sherer, MD; and Joseph Torrisi, PharmD, BCIDP, discuss COVID-19 rebound, including:Prevalence of COVID-19 reboundCOVID-19 rebound and antiviral useManagement of COVID-19 rebound Presenters:Fernando Carnavali, MDAssociate Professor of MedicineDivision ChiefGeneral Internal MedicineDepartment of MedicineSite Director COVID Center of Excellence Satellite-Ansonia Mount Sinai Health New York, New YorkRasika Karnik, MS, MDAssistant ProfessorDivision of Primary CareDepartment of Internal MedicineUniversity of ChicagoMedical DirectorPost-COVID Recovery ClinicChicago, IllinoisRenslow Sherer, MDDirectorInternational HIV Training CenterProfessor of MedicineSection of Infectious Diseases and Global HealthDepartment of MedicineUniversity of ChicagoChicago, IllinoisJoseph Torrisi, PharmD, BCIDPClinical Pharmacy SpecialistInfectious Diseases PharmacyGrady Health SystemAtlanta, GeorgiaLink to slides: https://bit.ly/3hXMgIdLink to full program: https://bit.ly/3G271KL
2022—what a YEAR! To be honest, this was a HUGE year of growth for me in a lot of areas in my life. Specifically, there were 3 life lessons that have changed the trajectory of how I do life. To close out the year, I want to share those in hopes that they help YOU as much as they've helped me, so here are the 3 keys to succeed in 2023. RESOURCES: >> [FREE EBOOK] 5 Tips to Thrive in Healthcare: bit.ly/3U3Z6Ts >> [BRAND COURSE]: www.impactdrivenincome.com >> [COMMUNITY]: bit.ly/3vt38ZW >> [BOOK]: Rx: YOU! The Pharmacist's Survival Guide for Managing Stress & Fitting in Fitness: amzn.to/3tEkzW4 >> [BOOK] Gen-Z Pharmacist: bit.ly/3DmhM7s Host: Adam Martin, PharmD, ACSM-CPT, NAMS-CNC -Website: www.thefitpharmacist.com -LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/fitpharmfam -Instagram: www.instagram.com/thefitpharmacist -YouTube: bit.ly/2x2urwl
Megan A. Galle, PharmD (@meganciclovir) reviews eculizumab's mechanism of action and its role in treating antibody mediated rejection following solid organ transplantation, discusses laboratory testing methods available for eculizumab therapeutic drug monitoring and describes the role of therapeutic drug monitoring in eculizumab treatment optimization. For more pharmacy content, follow Mayo Clinic Pharmacy Residency Programs @MayoPharmRes or the host, Garrett E. Schramm, Pharm.D., @garrett_schramm on Twitter! You can also connect with the Mayo Clinic's School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/ or on Twitter @MayoMedEd.
Nate Hedrick, PharmD, and David Bright, PharmD, MBA, BCACP, FAPhA, FCCP, discuss standout moments from a common resource of podcast guests from the last year and why the book has motivated so many to start their journey in real estate investing. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! by Robert T. Kiyosaki YFP Real Estate Investing Download the Real Estate Investing Guide YFP Real Estate Investing 85: Pharmacist House Hacking in a HCOL State Join the YFP Real Estate Investing Facebook Group Your Financial Pharmacist Disclaimer and Disclosures
What if I shared the secrets that one of the world's best coaches gives to world-class athletes, influencers, and global leaders--for FREE? In this week's podcast, I interview the 2021 Tony Robbins Coach of the Year Daniel Eisenbarth, who shares what it takes to go world-class. We go deep into breaking down the biggest barriers to success, fulfillment, and impact-driven income in this exclusive interview that you will want to rewind and re-listen to a few times! RESOURCES: >> [FREE EBOOK] 5 Tips to Thrive in Healthcare: bit.ly/3U3Z6Ts >> [BRAND COURSE]: www.impactdrivenincome.com >> [COMMUNITY]: bit.ly/3vt38ZW >> [BOOK]: Rx: YOU! The Pharmacist's Survival Guide for Managing Stress & Fitting in Fitness: amzn.to/3tEkzW4 >> [BOOK] Gen-Z Pharmacist: bit.ly/3DmhM7s Guest: Coach Daniel Eisenbarth -Email: email@example.com Host: Adam Martin, PharmD, ACSM-CPT, NAMS-CNC -Website: www.thefitpharmacist.com -LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/fitpharmfam -Instagram: www.instagram.com/thefitpharmacist -YouTube: bit.ly/2x2urwl