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82. Lessons of Freedom and Conquering Adversity with HeatherAsh Amara

This episode of Better with Dr. Ericka discusses the art of fire-walking, along with dealing with challenges and tragedies. My guest is HeatherAsh Amara who is a best-selling author, mentor, land steward, and philanthropist. She has spent the last three decades weaving together earth-based wisdom, mindfulness, and practical strategies for creative, courageous, and compassionate individual and community change. Questions this episode will answer: -What is fire walking and how can it be a transformative experience? -What are some ways we can rise from failure or tragedy? -What are key principles and values that can help people thrive, grow, and have resilience in a world with so much adversity? Whether you are dealing with challenges, supporting others dealing with adversity, or just looking how to feel better and be more resilient, this episode has something for you. Find HeatherAsh Amara: https://www.instagram.com/heatherashamara/ https://www.facebook.com/heatherash.amara warriorgoddess.com heatherashamara.com centerforcreativeintent.org Resources: Get your free Better Mental Health Affirmations: Affirmationbonus.com About HeatherAsh Amara: HeatherAsh Amara is the author of nine books, including the bestselling Warrior Goddess Training, The Seven Secrets of Happy and Healthy Relationships with Don Miguel Ruiz Jr., and the upcoming book Wild, Willing, and Wise. She skillfully and unconditionally guides people to shift from self-judgment to discernment, victimhood to authentic vulnerability, and to shed limiting domestication so they can ground into their self-intimacy, steadiness, and stillness.
June 21, 2024 by Better with Doctor Ericka

110: Liver Failure Part 3: Hepatorenal Syndrome

Managing liver failure often means walking a tightrope with kidney function. This episode explores what happens when the kidneys begin to fail due to liver disease, a condition known as hepatorenal syndrome. Host Sarah Lorenzini sheds light on this common but severe complication of cirrhosis, sharing a critical case that exemplifies the challenges of diagnosing and treating hepatorenal syndrome.Tune in to gain a better understanding of the pathophysiology of hepatorenal syndrome, the importance of early intervention, and effective treatment strategies. Listen to part three of this liver failure series now!Topics discussed in this episode:Case study of a patient with suspected hepatorenal syndromePathophysiology of hepatorenal syndromeDiagnostic and treatment strategies for hepatorenal syndromeKey takeaways for nursesMentioned in this episode:Rapid Response and Rescue Intro CourseCONNECT 📸 Connect on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therapidresponsern/ 🫶 Check out my membership: https://www.rapidresponseandrescue.com/community 📚 Check out my course: https://www.rapidresponseandrescue.com/learnmore 🧑‍💻Check out my website: https://www.rapidresponseandrescue.com/ 📬 Subscribe to my newsletter: https://www.rapidresponseandrescue.com/login 🎁 Affiliation and discounts: https://hoo.be/therapidresponsern SAY THANKS 💜Leave a review on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/rapid-response-rn/id1535997752 💚Leave a rating on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/55LQqeDg6XFeixvZLEp4xE To get the FREE Rapid Response RN Assessment Guide and the coupon code for $10 off the cost of the course, message Sarah on Instagram @TheRapidResponseRN and type the word PODCAST! This episode was produced by Podcast Boutique https://www.podcastboutique.com
June 21, 2024 by Rapid Response RN

Are Medical Monopolies Cause for Concern?

Send us a Text Message.Concerns are mounting in Terre Haute, Indiana, following the recent merger of two major hospitals.In Q1 2024, hospital mergers and acquisitions reached their highest point since 2020, with 20 deals totaling $12 billion, according to Kaufman Hall.What implications will these mergers, including this one, have for patients and the healthcare industry as a whole?Join us for the latest episode of the CareTalk Podcast, featuring David E. Williams and John Driscoll, as they delve into the impact of this recent merger and similar developments on healthcare nationwide.TOPICS:0:54 Why What's Going on in Terre Haute Matters"2:05 The Rising Number of Medical Consolidations"3:35 Why Medical Monopolies Are Concerning"4:59 What Is COPA?"6:04 How Hospitals Are Adapting and Changing"8:50 Are There Any Benefits to Consolidation?"14:45 Explaining the Terre Haute Merger"16:10 Are Mergers Worse for Patients?"🎙️⚕️ABOUT CARETALKCareTalk is a weekly podcast that provides an incisive, no B.S. view of the US healthcare industry. Join co-hosts John Driscoll (President U.S. Healthcare and EVP, Walgreens Boots Alliance) and David Williams (President, Health Business Group) as they debate the latest in US healthcare news, business and policy. GET IN TOUCHBecome a CareTalk sponsorGuest appearance requestsVisit us on the webSubscribe to the CareTalk NewsletterShop official CareTalk merchFOLLOW CARETALKSpotifyApple Podcasts#healthcarepodcast #healthcare #hospitals #medicalgroups #mergers #accesstocare #patientcareSupport the Show.CareTalk: Healthcare. Unfiltered. is produced by Grippi Media Digital Marketing
June 21, 2024 by CareTalk Podcast

From Biotech to Walgreens: Lessons From 25 Years as a Physician Executive

This episode of StartUp Health NOW features a special guest host, Steven Krein, CEO & Co-founder of StartUp Health. Earlier this week, Steve led a  Masterclass with Harry Leider, MD, a seasoned healthcare executive with more than 25 years of experience. Dr. Leider offers invaluable insights for entrepreneurs, sharing his expertise across various sectors – from biotech to the world of retail pharmacy giants like Walgreens. Get ready for tactical advice on understanding your customers, launching minimum viable products (MVPs), navigating lengthy sales cycles, and much more, in this Q&A with real questions from founders in the StartUp Health community. This episode is packed with wisdom for anyone building a business in the healthcare industry. Tune in and learn from Dr. Leider's extensive experience. Innovating in Alzheimer’s disease? Learn how you can join our new Alzheimer’s Moonshot. Want more content like this? Sign up for StartUp Health Insider™ to get funding insights, news, and special updates delivered to your inbox. Innovators: Health Transformer University fuels your health moonshot Funders: Become a Health Moonshot Champion
June 20, 2024 by StartUp Health NOW Podcast

448 – Funding for Health Tech in Dementia & Cognitive Decline

In this episode of Talking HealthTech, host Peter Birch explore funding for health technology in the realm of dementia and cognitive decline. Pete is joined by Dr Kaele Stokes - Executive Director Services, Advocacy and Research at Dementia Australia; Dr Amanda Vrselja - Program Head of CUREator at Brandon Capital; and Kim Smyth - GM Investment at ANDHealth. In this episode they unpack the new CUREator+ program, which offers up to $50 million in funding to accelerate research translation and commercialisation in dementia care. They touch on the importance of this funding, the key challenges facing dementia care, and the innovative solutions that are being developed to address these issues.Key Takeaways:Funding Opportunities: The CUREator+ program offers up to $50 million, with individual grants of up to $5 million, aimed at SMEs and researchers who can provide innovative solutions in areas such as digital health, therapeutics, diagnostics, assistive technology, or medical devices.Dementia's Impact: Over 421,000 Australians currently live with dementia, and this number is expected to double in the next 20-30 years. The far-reaching effects of dementia on patients, carers, and healthcare systems highlight the urgent need for innovative solutions.Comprehensive Care Needs: Effective dementia care requires a broad range of support, from early diagnosis and family communication to technologically advanced solutions that alleviate symptoms and improve patients' quality of life.Broad Research Focus: Dementia encompasses more than just memory loss; it affects various cognitive and physical abilities. Solutions should consider all aspects of the condition to be most effective.Innovative Potential: The program is open to all Australian SMEs or innovators willing to form companies, emphasising that groundbreaking ideas can come from diverse backgrounds and areas.Loving the show?  Leave us a review, and share it with someone who might get some value from it. Keen to take your healthtech to the next level? Become a THT+ Member for access to our online community forum, meet ups, special offers and more exclusive content.  For more information visit talkinghealthtech.com/thtplus.Mentioned in this episode:See you at HLTH Europe in Amsterdam from 17th - 20th of June!Use the coupon code HE24_PETERBIRCH150 for a €150 discount: HLTH Europe 2024
June 20, 2024 by Talking HealthTech

#32 FDA Leader on Diversity in Medicine

This episode features a provocative discussion about diversity in medicine and the importance of cross collaboration between public and private practice. Microbiologist and FDA leader RDML Raquel Peat shares lessons on transformational leadership and why diversity in thought, background, training, geography, and research are critical to improving public health and advancing the field of orthopaedics. Host: Mikalyn DeFoor, MD, Chair, AAOS Resident Assembly Guest: RDML Raquel Peat, PhD, MPH, Director, Office of Orthopedic Devices, FDA
June 20, 2024 by AAOS Career Podcast

Episode 38: Breaking Stigma and Testing with Empathy

Adam Bocek, a Community Outreach Specialist with the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Center for Infectious Disease and Nursing Innovation (CIDNI), shares his personal experiences providing testing for HIV and STDs in the Baltimore Community.
June 20, 2024 by On the Pulse

Keynote: Bridging Gaps with Virtual Care and Genomics in Rural Health with Brad Reimer

June 20, 2024: Brad Reimer, CIO of Sanford Health, discusses his perspective on the evolving role of technology in rural healthcare. They explore the distinctions between the CIO and CDO roles and the importance of cohesive relationships within the C-suite. What are the key differences between traditional IT roles and modern digital leadership? Brad and Bill delve into the challenges and innovations in virtual care, remote patient monitoring, and the transformative potential of AI and computer vision. How can emerging technologies bridge the healthcare gap in rural areas, and what are the economic impacts of virtual care on patients' lives? The conversation also highlights the integration of genomic data into patient care and the delicate balance of adopting new technologies within budget constraints. How do organizations prioritize innovation while maintaining financial prudence? This insightful discussion sheds light on the future of healthcare delivery in rural settings and the strategic vision required to drive meaningful change.Key Points:Technology integration challengesVirtual care innovationDigital divide solutionsRural HealthcareFostering Innovation Subscribe: This Week HealthTwitter: This Week HealthLinkedIn: Week HealthDonate: Alex’s Lemonade Stand: Foundation for Childhood Cancer
June 20, 2024 by This Week Health: Conference

Episode 156: Rural Health Road Trip: The Sooner State

Rural healthcare is much the same and also very different from state to state across the country. State rural healthcare associations tackle issues that support their members’ ability to provide care in their rural communities. On today’s episode, hosts JJ and Rachel talk with Dr. Mark Woodring, vice president of the board for the Rural Health Association of Oklahoma as well Professor of Healthcare Administration & Policy at the University of Oklahoma Follow Rural Health Rising on Twitter!  https://twitter.com/ruralhealthpod/  https://twitter.com/hillsdaleCEOJJ/  https://twitter.com/ruralhealthrach/ Follow Hillsdale Hospital on social media!  https://www.facebook.com/hillsdalehospital/  https://www.twitter.com/hillsdalehosp/  https://www.linkedin.com/company/hillsdale-community-health-center/  https://www.instagram.com/hillsdalehospital/  Audio Engineering & Original Music by Kenji Ulmer  https://www.kenjiulmer.com/ 
June 20, 2024 by Rural Health Rising

NEJM This Week — June 20, 2024

Featuring articles on combination therapy for diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, autosomal dominant Alzheimer’s disease, noninvasive ventilation for preoxygenation during emergency intubation, a novel anti-CD38 antibody in immune thrombocytopenia, and a glucose-responsive insulin for type 2 diabetes; a review article on congenital and acquired Chiari syndrome; a case report of a man with arthritis and rash; and Perspectives on ethics and innovative research on brain diseases, on sustaining and scaling up street medicine, and on the maternal crossroad. Supplement to the New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 390, No. 23.

Episode 54 – Professor Catherine Crock

Professor Catherine Crock is a Professor at Deakin University’s Centre for Social and Early Emotional Development and has been a physician at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne since 1994.Catherine has worked closely with patients, families and staff to improve quality and safety. She is Chair of the Hush Foundation which transforms healthcare culture through the arts. Hush produces specially composed Australian music to reduce stress for children, families and staff. In collaboration with playwright Alan Hopgood AM, Catherine developed plays which are performed in hospitals and elderly care facilities to raise awareness of patient centred care, communication and patient safety.She also cofounded the Gathering of Kindness, a movement promoting a kind health system.She was made a Member of the Order of Australia in 2015 for her contribution to medicine, to community healthcare standards and to the Arts, and was also conferred a Fellowship of Monash University in 2020, a position only given to a couple of distinguished alumni annually.In this episode, Catherine and I chatted about:Her leadership roles Her leadership style Her leadership journey The leaders that helped her rise The challenges she faced on her journey How she navigated those challenges How she thinks you can become a strong and kind leader Her ‘take home’ leadership messages for the listeners, and What she is currently excited to be working on.Catherine can be found and contacted via the following online platform addresses:https://www.hush.org.au/https://www.gatheringofkindness.org/https://www.gatheringofkindness.org/host-your-ownPlease reach out to Dr Harrison for individual coaching and/or organisational training via [email protected] web address and social media profile links / handles include:www.dradamharrison.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/dradamharrison/www.youtube.com/c/DrAdamPhysicianCoachhttps://www.facebook.com/coachingmentoringdoctors/https://www.instagram.com/dradamharrison/
June 19, 2024 by Inspiring Women Leaders

EP 38: Exploring Human-Centered Leadership in Healthcare

Human-centered leadership involves fostering a culture of trust and excellence. In this episode, Dr. Kay Kennedy, CEO of uLeadership, explains how prioritizing self-care and relationships can create sustainable leadership practices. She discusses the concept of human-centered leadership in healthcare and highlights the shift from servant to relational leadership, especially during the pandemic when leaders struggled with burnout. Tune in and learn how to cultivate human-centered leadership to transform healthcare organizations! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: https://healthyworkforceinstitute.com/podcast-episodes/
June 19, 2024 by Coffee Break

GLP-1 medications for teens: Balancing weight loss and metabolic health

We're joined by Karla Lester, a pediatrician and certified life and weight coach. Together, we explore the journey of Lizzie and her mother, Jackie, as they navigate the complexities of health, weight, and familial dynamics. From Lizzie's insulin resistance to Jackie's journey towards a holistic understanding of metabolic health, we uncover the challenges and triumphs of their experience. Karla Lester is a pediatrician, certified life and weight coach, and diplomate, American Board of Obesity Medicine. She discusses the KevinMD article, "GLP-1 medications like Wegovy are effective metabolic health tools for teens with insulin resistance." Our presenting sponsor is Nuance, a Microsoft company. Together, Microsoft and Nuance are leveraging their rich digital technology and advanced AI capabilities to tackle some of health care's biggest challenges. AI-driven technology promises to revolutionize patient and provider experiences with clinical documentation that writes itself. The Nuance Dragon Ambient eXperience, or DAX for short, is a voice-enabled solution that automatically captures patient encounters securely and accurately at the point of care. DAX Copilot combines proven conversational and ambient AI with the most advanced generative AI in a mobile application that integrates directly with your existing workflows. Physicians who use DAX have reported a 50 percent decrease in documentation time and a 70 percent reduction in feelings of burnout, and 85 percent of patients say their physician is more personable and conversational. Discover AI-powered clinical documentation that writes itself. Visit https://nuance.com/daxinaction to see a 12-minute DAX Copilot demo. VISIT SPONSOR → https://nuance.com/daxinaction SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST → https://www.kevinmd.com/podcast RECOMMENDED BY KEVINMD → https://www.kevinmd.com/recommended GET CME FOR THIS EPISODE → https://earnc.me/kjwrlr Powered by CMEfy.
June 19, 2024 by The Podcast by KevinMD

Competencies, Gaps, and Grants: Your Roadmap to Compelling CME Needs Assessments

Are you struggling to create compelling needs assessments that win over supporters in today's evolving medical education landscape? As a medical education grant writer or provider, you know that crafting targeted, data-driven needs assessments is crucial for securing funding and delivering impactful education. However, piecing together the right data and telling a persuasive story can be challenging, especially with the increasing expectations from supporters. 1. Gain expert insights from Nathalie Turner MS, ELS, a nearly 30-year veteran in medical education, on what makes a needs assessment compelling to supporters. 2. Learn the must-haves versus nice-to-haves in needs assessments and tips for balancing different stakeholder interests. 3. Discover where needs assessments are heading in the coming years and how to stay ahead of the curve. Tune in now to hear Natalie share her wealth of knowledge and experience, empowering you to create winning needs assessments that secure funding and drive meaningful change in healthcare. Connect with Nathalie Director, Grant Development, Medscape Education LinkedIn Timestamps 00:00 Introduction 01:40 Introducing Nathalie and grant development 04:03 How needs assessments have changed in the last 3 decades 06:00 Working with the old model of a literature review 10:00 Steps to gathering supporter preferences for grant proposals 11:42 Must-haves versus nice-to-haves in proposals and needs assessments 13:48 What gaps are 15:20 Types of training and development the community needs to get even better at that investigative process 17:46 Balancing interests of different grant proposal readers 19:23 Challenges in compiling compelling needs assessment and grant proposals 20:20 Future trends in needs assessments and grant proposals 21:17 Nathalie's perspective on AI's role in writing needs assessments 23:28 Her thoughts on what's important to the needs assessment process 24:41 3 Key considerations for approaching needs assessments 27:07 Key takeaways from today's episode you can put into action right away Subscribe to the Write Medicine podcast! Don’t forget to subscribe to the Write Medicine podcast for more valuable insights on continuing medical education content for health professionals. Click the Follow button and subscribe on your favorite platform.
June 19, 2024 by Write Medicine

Conference Reg is open! So many leaders in SRF improving the future. #S10e143

📝Full show notes: https://syngap.fund/n143     BIO WAS GREAThttps://www.linkedin.com/posts/nashafitter_bio2024-activity-7204906035000582145-Meyp  GRANTS APPROVED Multiple grants and agreements approved, wait for press releases.  Thank you Aaron & Sarah, Lauren!FUNDRAISING  - Great work to MDBR - Almost $45k, that will be added to $30k! https://charity.pledgeit.org/t/jY577u7uMc Awesome Peter, Heather, Aaron, Justin Albrect & Kali Worth.  Also Dr Jillian McKee!  - Blane & Ashley Dallen in Canada raised almost $15k via a tournament.   NHS UPDATE Colorado should start seeing patients in August!  Don’t cancel CHOP appointments, some people have no choice.   CHATS WITH INDUSTRY Prevalence:  They are easily missed.  The math is clear.  Lots of data.  1% of ID = 35k+ 1/100k at 3.6m in 2023 = 36 a year, minimum with PTV. 5/100k = 180. A YEAR. Caren is 65. 36 x 65 = 2,340 PTVs vs 400 SRF knows about) https://curesyngap1.org/blog/why-are-we-so-sure-that-syngap1-related-intellectual-disability-is-under-diagnosed/   CALENDAR MANAGEMENT Rare Across America is 28 days away, register now: https://everylifefoundation.org/rare-advocates/rare-across-america/    Conference is 170 days away & Registration is live! https://curesyngap1.org/events/conferences/syngap1-conference-2024/ https://secure.givelively.org/event/syngap-research-fund-incorporated/syngap1-conference-2024-hosted-by-syngap-research-fund-srf    CB Blood Donation accelerates Science! STXBP1 conference (Philadelphia, PA, July 19-21, 2024) Myhre Syndrome conference (Philadelphia, PA, July 27-28, 2024) HNRNPH2 conference (Seattle, WA, July 29-30, 2024) PWS/USP7 conference (Atlanta, GA, September 26-27, 2024) COMBINEDBrain conference (Kansas City, MO, September 29th, 2024) SYNGAP1, SLC6A1, Cure GABA-A Variants conference (Los Angeles, CA, December 4-5, 2024)   SHOUTOUTS  - Zoe https://curesyngap1.org/blog/parents-take-action-after-syngap1-related-disorder-diagnosis/  - We need a Pavel award.   NEWLY DIAGNOSED? New families have resources here! https://syngap.fund/Resources SOCIAL MATTERS - AMPLIFY SRF TO MAKE SURE FAMILIES FIND US  - 1,030 YouTube.  https://www.youtube.com/@CureSYNGAP1   - 10,421 Twitter https://twitter.com/cureSYNGAP1  - 3,652 LinkedIn.  https://www.linkedin.com/company/curesyngap1/ - 49k Insta https://www.instagram.com/curesyngap1/ - 397 TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@curesyngap1 Podcasts, give all of these a five star review! SRF Channel - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/channel/syngap1-podcasts-by-srf/id6464522917Episode 143 of #Syngap10 - June 18, 2024 #epilepsy #autism #intellectualdisability #id #anxiety #raredisease #epilepsyawareness #autismawareness #rarediseaseresearch #SynGAPResearchFund #CareAboutRare #PatientAdvocacy #GCchat #Neurology #GeneChat #F78A1 #CureSYNGAP1
June 19, 2024 by SYNGAP10
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