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Navigating Self-Doubt in Continuing Medical Education: Insights from Milini Mingo

Are you struggling with feelings of self-doubt in your continuing education career? If you're feeling overwhelmed, anxious, or doubtful about your abilities in continuing education's fast-paced, ever-changing world, you're not alone. In this episode of Write Medicine, Milini Mingo reviews the history of the imposter phenomenon, shares a three-step approach to navigating self-doubt, and challenges the CE community to create professional development resources for ourselves that are oriented around improvement in our competence and performance. 1. Recognize how self-doubt or imposter phenomenon shows up as the first step towards managing it effectively. 2. Learn practical strategies for managing self-doubt, including reframing negative narratives and implementing tools to support your growth. 3. Find encouragement and a sense of community, knowing that others in the CE field have faced and overcome similar struggles. Connect with Milini LinkedIn Resources Mingo M. Back to Basics: The 7 Pillars of CE. Alliance Almanac. March 27, 2024. Mingo M. Imposter Syndrome: Is It Holding You Back? Alliance Almanac. November 13, 2023. Claire Bonneau/Email Marketing Website LinkedIn Timestamps 00:00 Introduction 02:31 Introducing Milini 06:28 The big picture of continuing education 07:43 The 7 pillars of CE 12:18 Why she wrote the piece for the Alliance Almanac on imposter syndrome 14:49 How the article resonated with people in the field 15:24 Exploring imposter syndrome: What it is and how it shows up 17:12 The consequences of imposter syndrome 18:41 Milini’s thoughts on imposter syndrome vs imposter phenomenon 21:43 How imposter syndrome shows up and affects people’s work 23:45 How to collectively start to affirm people's presence in this field and provide support that dissipates imposter syndrome 25:20 Key takeaways on moving forward in the CME field 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.
May 29, 2024 by Write Medicine

Building Strong Nurse Leaders: Strategies for Support and Development

Frontline managers are the backbone of healthcare, yet they often lack the tools and support needed to thrive. In this episode, Dr. Cole Edmonson talks about the importance of empowering frontline managers through community building, ethical training, and clear communication to enhance their engagement, job satisfaction, and leadership effectiveness in healthcare. He stresses the importance of integrating new initiatives through a community of practice and addressing moral distress to enhance moral courage among nurse leaders, emphasizing the need to prioritize ethical considerations and provide support systems. Tune in and discover how innovative orientation and administrative support can boost nurse manager engagement and job satisfaction! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources:
May 29, 2024 by Coffee Break

What’s Really At Stake at the World Health Assembly

Ben is joined by Katri Bertram, Berlin-based global health policy strategist, to reflect on yesterday’s WHA developments on international health regulations & the pandemics accord. She also challenges the global health community to accept that we don’t live in an era of never ending progress, but must address the stagnation, even regression in our impact on health outcomes. It’s a powerful and direct call to action. #WHA77 #WHO #globalhealth #Germany #globalhealthsecurity #pandemicsaccord #refugees #climatehealth #ukraine #gaza

What is The Worth of Gene Therapy w/ ICER President & CEO, Sarah K. Emond, MPP | HealthBiz Briefs

Sarah Emond (President and CEO, ICER) delves into the efficacy of gene therapy in enhancing patient outcomes and discusses the necessary adjustments the healthcare industry must make to accommodate the cost.🎙️⚕️ABOUT CARETALKCareTalk is a weekly podcast that provides an incisive, no B.S. view of the US healthcare industry. Join co-hosts John Driscoll (Senior Advisor, Walgreens Health) and David Williams (President, Health Business Group) as they debate the latest in US healthcare news, business and policy. 🎙️⚕️ABOUT SARAH K. EMOND, MPPWith 25 years of experience in the business and policy of health care, Sarah leads the Institute for Clinical and Economic Review, a leading non-profit health policy research organization, as President and Chief Executive Officer.  She joined ICER in 2009 as its first Chief Operating Officer and third employee, and has worked to grow the organization’s approach, scope, and impact over the years.Prior to joining ICER, Sarah spent time as a communications consultant, with six years in the corporate communications and investor relations department at a commercial-stage biopharmaceutical company, and several years with a healthcare communications firm.  Sarah began her healthcare career in clinical research at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.A graduate of the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University, Sarah holds a Master of Public Policy degree with a concentration in health policy. GET IN TOUCHBecome a CareTalk sponsorGuest appearance requestsVisit us on the webSubscribe to the CareTalk NewsletterShop official CareTalk merchFOLLOW CARETALKSpotifyApple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsFollow us on LinkedIn#healthcare #healthcaretechnology #healthcarebusiness #healthcarepodcast #genetherapy #medicaladvancementsSupport the Show.CareTalk: Healthcare. Unfiltered. is produced by Grippi Media Digital Marketing
May 29, 2024 by CareTalk Podcast

#255: Why Do Leaders Need More Mental Toughness? with Matt Phillips

On The TRU Leader Podcast, former professional baseball player and leadership coach Matt Phillips shares insights into leadership development and mental toughness with hosts Tracy Christopherson and Michelle Troseth. Phillips emphasizes the importance of mental resilience, mindset, and self-motivation for sales leaders to overcome personal and professional challenges and achieve high performance. He discusses the necessity of understanding customer motivations, risk tolerances, and learning styles for effective influence, alongside crafting a vision, setting clear expectations, and fostering consistency in personal growth to enhance leadership skills and team performance. The conversation also covers a leadership development program that focuses on continuous personal growth through regular training, group coaching, reflection, and embracing change. Key practices include daily journaling, envisioning future selves, evolving leadership styles, clear communication, and making concepts tangible through documentation and setting clear expectations. The significance of risk-taking, quick pivoting, establishing partnership agreements, and consistent leadership reflection are underscored as essential for creating a positive work environment and optimizing team dynamics. For full show notes and links, visit If you found value in this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS:
May 29, 2024 by The TRU Leader Podcast

Episode #30. Enhancing Healthcare Efficiency: Are We There Yet?, with Thomas Bentley, the Chief Information and Digital Transformation Officer of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Imagine a world where AI helps reduce mundane tasks for clinicians, giving them more time with patients and potentially improving their work-life balance.  In this episode, Thomas Bentley explores how Wexner Medical Center is leveraging AI and ambient technologies to streamline workflows, alleviate clinician burnout, and improve patient care. He shares his insights on integrating new technologies seamlessly with existing systems and offers practical advice for CIOs looking to implement innovative solutions in their organizations. This conversation is packed with valuable perspectives on the future of healthcare technology, so sit back and enjoy!
May 28, 2024 by Smart From The Start

Navigating Alzheimer’s with Poetry: Insights from Caregivers and Poets

Welcome to another insightful episode of Untangling Alzheimer's and Dementia, and a replay of our recent book club with Aging and Amazing. In this episode, we bring together a panel of poets who share a common thread—each has navigated the challenges of caring for a loved one with dementia. Your hosts, Marianne Sciucco and Ann Campanella, along with guest authors Daniel Potts, MD, Sue Fagalde Lick, Sherri Levine, and Margaret Stawowy delve into the world of poetry as a powerful outlet for expressing the complex emotions tied to Alzheimer's and dementia care. Listen as these courageous caregivers discuss how poetry provides solace and a sense of connection amidst the trials of caregiving. From Sherri Levine's poignant reflections on taking flowers to her mother in hospice, to Margaret Stawowy's candid portrayal of medicating her mother, and Dan Potts’s therapeutic use of art and poetry to connect with his father, each story shines a light on the personal battles and moments of tenderness that define the caregiving experience. We also have laughter amid the hardships as Sue Lick shares a day in the life at a nursing home through her evocative poetry. Don't miss her heartwarming tale of memory care residents joyously indulging in ice cream. Tune in to find inspiration, empathy, and perhaps a new way to process your own experiences through the beauty of poetry. Three Key Takeaways 1. Therapeutic Expression: Poetry serves as a potent form of therapy, helping caregivers process complex emotions and find joy amidst adversity. 2. Community and Support: Sharing stories and artistic expressions can cultivate a community of support, making the dementia journey less isolating. 3. Finding Humor: Embracing moments of joy and laughter is crucial, as highlighted by our lighthearted story, showing the importance of positivity in caregiving. About the Authors Sherri Levine, Stealing Flowers from the Neighbors Sue Fagalde Lick, Gravel Road Ahead Daniel Potts, MD, Bringing Art to Life Margaret Stawowy, co-editor of Storms of the Inland Sea, an anthology with Jim Cokas About the Moderators Ann Campanella, What Flies Away and The Beach Poems Marianne Sciucco, Blue Hydrangeas, an Alzheimer's love story Pre-order our new anthology, Poetry for the Dementia Journey. Register for our Poetry Reading June 3 at 4 pm EST. About the Podcast  AlzAuthors is the global community of authors writing about Alzheimer’s and dementia from personal experience to light the way for others. Our podcast introduces you to our authors who share their stories and insights to provide knowledge, comfort, and support. Please subscribe so you don’t miss a word. If our authors’ stories move you, please leave a review. And don’t forget to share our podcast with family and friends on their own dementia journeys. We are a 501(c)(3) charitable organization totally reliant on donations to do what we do. Your generosity will help cover our many operating costs, which include website hosting and maintenance fees, service charges to keep things running smoothly, and marketing expenses to promote our authors, expand our content, improve our reach, and more. Our ongoing work supports our mission to lift the silence and stigma of Alzheimer’s and other dementias. To sustain our efforts please donate here. Ideas and opinions expressed in this podcast belong to the speakers and not AlzAuthors. Always consult your healthcare provider and legal and financial consultants for advice on any of the topics covered here. Thanks for listening. We are a Whole Care Network Featured Podcast Proud to be on The Health Podcast Network Find us on The World Podcast Network and Want to be on the podcast? Here’s what you need to know We've got merch! Shop our Store

Aspirin for Breast Cancer, Smoking Cessation After Initial Treatment Failure, Mortality Disparities Among US Youth, and more

Editor’s Summary by Kristin Walter, MD, MS, Deputy Editor of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the May 28, 2024, issue.
May 28, 2024 by JAMA Editor’s Summary
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