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Addressing Bullying in Nursing and Midwifery with Tammy Copley

DISCLAIMER - This episode may trigger listeners, please access support as required and stop listening if this is causing you mental/emotional distress. Please seek out professional support as listed below. The views of all guests are their own and not the views of HPN/Liam Caswell. In this deeply impactful episode of the High-Performance Nursing Podcast, host Liam Caswell welcomes back Tammy Copley, a passionate advocate against bullying in nursing and midwifery. Tammy shares her extensive experiences and insights into the pervasive issue of bullying within the profession, offering practical advice, emotional support, and hope for those affected.Key Topics Discussed:Tammy's Return to the Podcast:Recap of Tammy’s previous appearances and her continued dedication to addressing bullying.Introduction to the sensitive topic of bullying and a trigger warning for listeners.Defining Bullying in Nursing:Tammy’s definition of bullying and how it differs from reasonable management actions or personality conflicts.The sustained, repeated, and harmful nature of bullying.Impact of Bullying on Mental Health:The severe mental health consequences of bullying include anxiety, depression, and even suicide.Personal stories shared by Tammy and Liam highlight the emotional toll of bullying.Understanding the Nurse Bully:Insights into the mindset of bullies and their own emotional struggles.Discussion on how bullying reflects the bully’s insecurities and low self-esteem.Navigating Bullying Situations:Strategies for recognizing and responding to bullying.The importance of seeking help and support from trusted sources.Criminal Aspects of Bullying:When bullying escalates to criminal behavior, such as physical assault or harassment.The necessity of involving legal authorities in extreme cases.Support Systems and Resources:The role of unions, professional bodies, and support groups in combating bullying.Encouragement to utilize available resources for mental health support.Positive Outcomes and Growth:Success stories of individuals who have overcome bullying and reinvented themselves.Examples of nurses who have found new career paths or transformed their professional lives.Tammy’s Passion and Advocacy:Tammy’s personal experiences with bullying and her unwavering commitment to support others.The importance of speaking out and advocating for a safer work environment.Notable Quotes:"Bullying is sustained, repeated harassment meant to harm, and it does harm.""The bullies actually have really low self-esteem. They don't feel good about themselves, so they pick on other people and make their lives a living hell.""There are a lot of success stories. It helps people to be braver and bolder and move on to a better workplace or reinvent themselves."Join Liam Caswell and Tammy Copley in this eye-opening discussion about bullying in nursing and midwifery. Gain valuable insights, learn effective strategies to combat bullying, and discover the support available to help you navigate challenging situations. If you or someone you know is experiencing bullying, please reach out for help and support.Links and Resources:Tammy Copley's Facebook Group: Nurses and Midwives
June 24, 2024 by High Performance Nursing

449 – Connecting Care Across the Globe. Chris Lucas, Orion Health

In this episode of Talking HealthTech, host Peter Birch speaks with Chris Lucas, the VP for Digital Care Records at Orion Health. Recorded during the Digital Health Festival 2024, Pete and Chris dive deep into the world of digital care records, health information exchanges (HIEs), and the global landscape of shared care records. They discuss the evolution and significance of digital care records, the challenges and solutions regarding clinician access to data, and the innovative use of AI and machine learning in healthcare.Key TakeawaysGlobal Presence and Innovation: Orion Health has a significant global presence, and Chris provides insights into various health economies, including Canada, the UK, and Saudi Arabia. These regions have made strides in creating and managing comprehensive digital care records to improve patient care.Health Information Exchanges (HIE): HIEs can centralize patient data from disparate hospital systems, primary care, and community health services, enabling better coordination and holistic care.Clinician Usability: User-friendly interfaces and single sign-on functionalities are important for streamlining clinician access to digital care records. Orion Health prioritizes making information retrieval as efficient and seamless as possible.AI and Machine Learning: Orion Health employs AI and machine learning to extract meaningful insights from unstructured data, helping clinicians focus on important information quickly. This technology can generate useful summaries and enhance patient care by providing a comprehensive overview of patient history.Holistic Care and Social Determinants: A deep dive into how understanding social determinants of health and providing holistic care can lead to better patient outcomes. Transport and mobility issues, for example, are crucial factors that healthcare providers need to consider.Check out the episode and full show notes on the Talking HealthTech website.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 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 24, 2024 by Talking HealthTech

FDA Inspection of a Decentralized Meta-Site

2024-06-21 Hosts Craig Lipset, Dr. Amir Kalali, and Jane Myles were joined by Jonathan Cotliar (Science 37) for a discussion around their recent successful FDA Inspection of a decentralized meta-site, which is a huge milestone in virtual site quality assurance and compliance.You can join TGIF-DTRA Sessions live on LinkedIn Live Audio on Friday's at 12:00 PM ET by checking out our LinkedIn. Follow the Decentralized Trials & Research Alliance (DTRA) on LinkedIn and X. Learn more about Membership options and our work at

Streamline Your Social Media: Essential Tips for Freelance Writers

Are you struggling to maintain a balanced online presence without feeling overwhelmed by social media? As a freelance medical writer, you likely know the importance of social media as a marketing tool. However, its demands can be incredibly draining, impacting both your productivity and emotional wellbeing. This episode dives into practical strategies tailored to help you navigate these challenges effectively. 1. Learn why LinkedIn is the preferred platform for professional conversations among medical writers. 2. Discover step-by-step methods to create and manage your content efficiently without the usual stress. 3. Gain tips on time management and maintaining emotional wellbeing while engaging online. **Action (A):** Tune in now to the latest episode of Monday Mentor and take control of your social media presence today! Timestamps 00:00 Introduction 01:31 Why I choose to solely focus on LinkedIn 02:50 How to manage your social media presence 04:23 Time management strategies for social media 05:01 Being selective about what you respond to Subscribe to the Write Medicine podcast! 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 24, 2024 by Write Medicine

Advancing Brain Health: AI-Powered Detection and Care with David Bates

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Ossur. To learn more about their ‘Responsible for Tomorrow’ Sustainability Campaign, and how you can get involved: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: What if we could advance brain health by making early detection of cognitive disorders accessible to everyone? Our next guest, Dr. David Bates, is on a mission to do just that as the CEO and co-founder of Linus Health. With a diverse background spanning science, engineering, and entrepreneurship, David brings a unique perspective to the challenges of brain health. Linus Health is leveraging cutting-edge neuroscience, clinical expertise, and artificial intelligence to transform how we detect and address cognitive and brain disorders. While together, David shares how Linus Health’s innovative digital cognitive assessment platform is empowering healthcare providers with actionable insights and supporting individuals with personalized action plans. Join us as we explore David's vision for a future where proactive brain health is the norm, potentially changing millions of lives worldwide. Let's go!Episode Highlights:David discusses the formation of Linus Health, inspired by his fascination with the brain and a pivotal conversation with a cognitive neurologist, leading to the company's founding in June 2019.Linus Health uses AI, sensors, and advanced analytics to deliver brain health insights and action plans, enabling people to take agency over their brain health and live their best lives.The company addresses a critical gap in healthcare, with 92% of Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) cases currently undiagnosed and potentially long wait times for specialist care.Linus Health's platform mimics the observational skills of neurological specialists using AI, allowing for detailed analysis of cognitive function and potentially reducing diagnosis time from months to a single appointment.David envisions a future where brain health is given as much importance as heart health in standard care, with expanded capabilities to assess various neurological conditions and empower individuals to optimize their brain health from a younger age.About our Guest: David is the CEO and co-founder of Linus Health. He is a scientist, engineer, inventor, entrepreneur and investor. David was a founding partner of Tamarisc Ventures and he co-founded Bode, a tech-enabled hospitality company for group travel. He is on the board of several technology companies, as well as the philanthropic TMCity Foundation. David has previously held positions at Morningside Ventures, F-Wave, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, University of Louisville, and Georgia Tech. David earned his PhD in Chemical and Materials Engineering from the University of Auckland and earned his BS and MSc in Applied Biology from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He resides in Boston with his wife and kids.Links Supporting This Episode:Linus Health Website: CLICK HEREDavid Bates LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREDavid Bates LinkedIn page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK...

HLTH Europe 2024: AI, Patients, Women’s health, and more

If you ever want to go to a healthcare innovation conference that doesn’t shy away from potentially controversive topics, HLTH is your place to go. In June 2024, the conference, which attracts 12,000 people in the US, came to Europe. At the center of the exhibition hall stood the Heart Stage focused on topics related to women’s health. Around it were the exhibitor booth and other stages, each designed with a different theme, each like a theatre setup that made speakers feel like stars. Why do people love going to HLTH? Because it’s focused on the experience of the attendees in “a little extra” way. The ticket includes meals, music, there were massage and hair salon in the middle of the exhibition floor, lots of evening networking events, from more formal but still unusual ones, such as the Phillips reception in a museum, to the closing evening with a concert by The Libertines. When the experience is good, and festival-live, it attracts people. When people come, you very quicky attract VIPs of the industry, who many hope to meet and do business with. Win win. In this episode, you will hear impressions and insights from speakers and attendees of the event. You will hear about: partnerships and investment in Europe, women’s health, the German market, what companies don’t understand about patient engagement, and AI.  Speakers: John Halamka, President of Mayo Clinic Platform, Sara Schmachtenberg, Digital Health Venture Expert / Head of Data and Analytics, Europe & USA at Galen Growth, Simon Phillip Rost, the Chief Marketing Officer at GE Healthcare, Jen Horonjeff, PhD, Founder and CEO of Savvy Cooperative, and Ronnie Sharpe, co-founder and COO at Savvy Cooperative, Christophe Jauquet, Author & Professional Keynote Speaker on how business & technology shape a healthier, happier, more sustainable future.  Dorothée Marie-Louise Doepfer, Deputy Head of Digital Labs / Program Management Digital Health Accelerator & Community Building & Co-organizer Berlin Institute of Health at Charité. Newsletter:
June 24, 2024 by Faces of Digital Health

UnHack (the Podcast) – Cybersecurity Synergy: Strengthening CISO and CTO Partnerships in Healthcare

UnHack (the Podcast): Cybersecurity Synergy: Strengthening CISO and CTO Partnerships in HealthcareJune 24, 2024: In this episode of UnHack the Podcast, host Drex DeFord dives deep into the critical relationship between CISOs and CTOs in healthcare. Featuring insights from top cybersecurity leaders, the discussion explores how these key roles can collaborate effectively amidst inherent conflicts. Learn how empathy, open communication, and strategic compromise can lead to stronger cybersecurity programs and better patient outcomes. Don’t miss the post-podcast wrap-up with Shana Hofer as she and Drex analyze the key takeaways and share practical advice for fostering trust and maintaining a balanced relationship.  Key Points:0:00 UnHack (the Podcast) 2024062400:05 Introduction00:47 The Importance of CISO-CTO Relationships05:43 Michael Meis (University of Kansas Health System): Healthy Friction08:27 Hugo Lai (Temple University Health): Proactive Relationship Building09:13 Dr. Jesse Fasolo (St. Joseph Health): Building Effective Relationships12:52 Dee Young (UNC Healthcare): Pivotal CISO-CTO Partnership15:48 Recap with Shawna Hofer (St. Luke’s Health System)30:38 OutroRemember, Stay a little paranoid.Subscribe: This Week HealthTwitter: This Week HealthLinkedIn: Week HealthDonate: Alex’s Lemonade Stand: Foundation for Childhood Cancer
June 24, 2024 by This Week Health: Conference

Replay Creating Our Own Path Through Career Pivots and Empowerment with Randy Cook, MD

Originally aired Oct 26th 2021; In this week’s episode, I am joined by Randy Cook, MD, FACS, a respected clinician, educator, podcast host, and executive physician coach. After more than four decades of bedside practice as a general and vascular surgeon, as well as many years of clinical, managerial, and leadership experience, Randy shares invaluable insight into the practice of medicine. We discuss Randy’s journey to healthcare and career pivots he has made to becoming a physician coach and podcast host of Rx for Success.  Randy and the rest of the team at MD Coaches know the unique challenges that physicians face, and provide guidance and support through this rewarding, but often difficult calling. Through his empowering approach, Randy aims to empower physicians, provide tools for growth, and put them on a track to advancement. He is also the host of Rx for Success, a popular podcast that highlights physician leaders and shares their stories of both struggle and success.  Randy began his career as a general and vascular surgeon, and has also succeeded in multiple practice settings from solo practitioner to small single specialty group to large multispecialty clinic. As a clinical educator, Randy's expertise was highly-sought after within the wound care industry, serving as Chairman of the Education Committee for the Wound Healing Society. Randy was a member of the Physician Exam Committee for the American Board of Wound Management where he developed examination criteria that established the standard for national certification. His efforts in this area helped mold a generation of medical care providers. Tune in to this week’s episode to learn: The most important point in Randy’s healthcare education that wasn’t through academics Changes occurring in the healthcare landscape and why there has been an increase in career pivots What you can do if you are feeling dissatisfied in your work as a physician  The comparisons of being in private practice versus being employed  How he became a physician coach & podcast host Grab your drink of choice and join the conversation! Disclaimer The Healthcare Provider Happy Hour Podcast makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast. The information, opinions, and recommendations presented in this podcast are for general information only and any reliance on the information provided in this podcast is done at your own risk. This podcast should not be considered professional advice. Please speak with your own healthcare practitioner when seeking medical advice. Resources MD Coaches:  Rx for Success Podcast:  Connect with Jennifer George: @bestobsessed_with_jenn | Instagram Jennifer George | Website @jenngeorge08) | Twitter Jennifer George | Facebook Click here to check out my book about connecting and communicating with patients to empower their experiences! Stay up to date on everything happening with the Healthcare Provider Happy Hour by subscribing to my weekly newsletter at 

Convergence of Pharmacy & the Health Equity Index in 2024 and Beyond

CareSource, Independent Health, and AdhereHealth outline strategies for the upcoming Medicare Advantage Star Rating changes, focusing on medication adherence and the Health Equity Index (HEI) starting in measurement years 2024-2025 for the 2027 Medicare Advantage Star Rating Period.    Under HEI, plans must identify disparities in populations with social risks and create intervention strategies to address these inequities. Tune in and gain insights on leveraging policy changes, predictive analytics, and strategic implementation to meet these new standards and reach or maintain 4+ Stars.   Panelists: Amin Serehali, Senior Vice President, Chief Data & Analytics Officer, Independent Health Logan Fox, PharmD, MBA, Director, Enterprise Quality Improvement, Programs, CareSource Kempton Presley, MPH, MS, Chief Strategy Officer, AdhereHealth   This episode is sponsored by AdhereHealth AdhereHealth is at the forefront of delivering purpose-built, innovative technology solutions designed to elevate pay-for-performance achievement for government-sponsored lines of business. This includes improved Star Ratings for Medicare, plus enhanced patient experience scores, improved patient health outcomes, and optimized cost outcomes for clients. The company’s pioneering efforts are particularly noteworthy for addressing social determinants of health (SDOH) and significantly improving patient experiences as a mechanism for improved Star Ratings performance through multi-modal outreach capabilities.   Powered by the industry-leading Adhere Platform™, AdhereHealth integrates predictive analytics, intelligent clinical workflow software, and proactive multi-channel outreach. This combination, executed by a nationwide team of licensed clinicians, effectively drives health equity and adherence outcomes that improve quality of care for patients and boost financial results for clients.   The impact of AdhereHealth's comprehensive solutions is far-reaching, touching tens of millions of patients across over 100 health plans, self-insured employers and other risk-bearing entities. Since its inception in 2006, AdhereHealth, headquartered in Franklin, Tennessee, has grown into a robust organization with hundreds of dedicated professionals nationwide, all committed to their mission of improving healthcare outcomes. Visit for more information.
June 21, 2024 by Bright Spots in Healthcare

The PEAC Program Success Story: Coaching a Medical Director from Clinician to Visionary Leader

In this episode of the Women Physicians Lead podcast, Dr. Lisa shares the success story of a medical director who aspired to become a top leader in her organization. Dr. Lisa outlines the challenges physicians face when transitioning from clinical practice to leadership roles, emphasizing the need for a shift in mindset and skill set. She discusses her Physician Executive Accelerator Coaching Program, which focuses on effective communication, leadership presence, and conflict management. Through personalized coaching, her client not only achieved her leadership goals but also created a positive work environment.
June 21, 2024 by Women Physicians Lead

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: Resources: Get your free Better Mental Health Affirmations: 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: 🫶 Check out my membership: 📚 Check out my course: 🧑‍💻Check out my website: 📬 Subscribe to my newsletter: 🎁 Affiliation and discounts: SAY THANKS 💜Leave a review on Apple Podcasts: 💚Leave a rating on Spotify: 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
June 21, 2024 by Rapid Response RN

Spearheading Innovation and Learning In Health Sciences Education

On episode 479 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews Dr. Elisabeth McGee, PhD, DPT, MOT, MTC, CHSE, the Senior Director of Clinical Learning and Innovation at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. Dr. McGee spearheads initiatives using advanced simulation technologies, telehealth, 3D printing, XR, and digital learning tools to enhance student learning outcomes. In the course of their conversation, Keith and Dr. McGee discuss how strong beliefs in the power of innovation in the healthcare space are influencing the education and training of future healthcare professionals. Dr. McGee is not just a faculty member at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences; she’s a trailblazer in healthcare education, leveraging cutting-edge tech to train the next generation of clinicians. She began her career as a physical and occupational therapist specializing in orthopedics and upper extremity trauma, but her passion for educational technology led her to academia, where she’s now a leader in integrating advanced tech and innovation into healthcare education. Dr. McGee holds her PhD in Educational Technology. Connect with Dr. Elisabeth McGee and the university: University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences Dr. McGee on LinkedIn
June 21, 2024 by The Nurse Keith Show

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
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