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50 Years Later—Michael Byun Reflects on ACRS Approach to Addressing Holistic Health of AAPI Communities (Ep. 40)

Next Step: Visit our website, Healthcare for Humans, and join our community to enjoy exclusive benefits at https://www.healthcareforhumans.org/support/ Earn CME Credits: Clinicians, enhance your learning by earning valuable continuing education credits while listening. Utilize your CME funds to join our community. Support Our Mission: Non-clinicians, explore exclusive content and contribute to our collective journey. Be an Active Participant: Go beyond listening. Shape our narrative by co-creating episodes with us. Be part of our community by visiting https://www.healthcareforhumans.org/support/. Follow us on Instagram @healthcareforhumanspodcast Summary: We dive deep into the nuanced world of healthcare interpretation and cultural competency with Michael Byun, exploring the critical role language and cultural understanding play in delivering care to diverse communities. Michael reflects on his experience at ACRS and their 50 years of service, addressing the challenges faced by Asian American Pacific Islander communities, from misconceptions in traditional healing practices to the stigmatization of mental health. We examine the importance of inclusive services, highlighting programs like Club Bamboo, and share personal stories that underscore the need for empathy, patience, and tailored approaches to healthcare. Our conversation spans the difficulties in mental health care within tight-knit communities, generational differences in treatment acceptance, and the potency of community-based healing strategies, all through the lens of Michael's rich background as an immigrant from Korea and a leader in community-centric healthcare initiatives. Timestamped Overview: 02:34 Emphasizing the importance of cultural nuances and interpreter proficiency in healthcare. 08:15 Discussing interpreter complexities and the mental health needs within the AAPI community. 14:50 Celebrating ACRS's 50th anniversary and its impact on community services for Asian and Pacific Islander communities. 22:07 Addressing the stigma around mental health and implementing community-oriented solutions. 29:15 Examining the necessity of culturally sensitive practices in mental health care. 34:40 Exploring the social aspects of healthcare and combating isolation through Club Bamboo. 41:38 Integrating traditional and culturally informed approaches to mental health treatment. 47:50 Highlighting the role of community in processing feelings and healing from trauma. 53:27 Discussing the importance of community-level strategies for intergenerational support and leadership.
February 21, 2024
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Ben Lewin on the Imperfections of Science

Have you ever wondered what happens behind the scenes of scientific breakthroughs? Is the future of science at risk in the digital age? Like many fields, science is undergoing rapid changes in the digital era that could compromise integrity and innovation. As consumers of scientific knowledge, we all have a vested interest in an effective system. Join us in episode 99 as we explore the evolving world of science in the digital age, with insights from biochemist and former Cell editor, Ben Lewin. In this episode, you'll: Gain insight into flaws in the scientific publishing process involving peer review, preprints, and the "publish or perish" paradigm. Understand concerns over reproducibility, questionable research practices, and the influence of money in shaping projects. Learn how technology and A.I. are transforming science into a data-driven numbers game obsessed with quantity over quality. Don't miss this illuminating discussion on the complex forces that could undermine science in the 21st century. Takeaways 1. Science is not a linear, seamless process. Despite the perception of scientific progress as a smooth and consistent journey, it is often messy and characterized by zigzagging developments. The public needs to understand the principles and limitations of the scientific process to demystify the black box image of science. 2. There are emerging concerns about the influence of artificial intelligence, the shift towards "big science," and the potential lack of revolutionary ideas in scientific research due to the pressure to publish safer and more reliable work. Scientists are also at risk of becoming data-generating technicians rather than pursuing innovative questions and answers. 3. Criticisms have been raised regarding the hierarchy of scientific journals, the peer review system, and the prevalence of predatory journals. Despite its flaws, the current system of scientific publishing is considered the best available option for disseminating scientific knowledge. Resources Lewin B. Inside Science: Revolution in Biology and its Impact. Long Island, NY: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press. 2023. Time Stamps (02:47) - Introducing Ben (06:33) - What we should be understanding about science (08:20) - Inside Ben’s book, Inside Science: Revolution in Biology and Its Impact (10:04) - The art of presenting scientific work (12:15) - The pressure to publish in science (14:23) - His thoughts on how science should proceed in the future with publishing (17:51) - Ben’s view on peer review (19:48) - His take on the peer review process (22:30) - His thoughts on the preprint problems during the pandemic (24:16) - The path for young scientists to get published in appropriate journals (26:26) - The key changes in scientific conduct that Ben’s been able to trace (29:37) - Concerns in modern science (35:13) - Ben’s key takeaways from Inside Science (37:09) - Highlights from today’s episode 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.
February 21, 2024
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Ep07: Roche’s Approach to Brain Health: Insights From the World Economic Forum’s Brain Health Impact Session

This episode is hosted by Drew Holzapfel, Chief Operating Officer of the Davos Alzheimer's Collaborative. He’s joined by Dr. Sasha Bozeat and Dr. Mikele Epperly, two leaders from Roche who are focused on neurological disease and brain health.  They share a glimpse into the cutting-edge research, innovative solutions, and collaborative efforts that are shaping the future of brain health on a global scale. This is our final episode of the recordings from the 2024 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, however we plan to update this podcast series with more news about brain health as it unfolds. Be sure to follow this show in your favorite podcast player, and subscribe to our Health UNMUTED newsletter to be notified as new episodes are released. The Brain Health News podcast, part of Health UNMUTED, was created by Mission Based Media in association with the Davos Alzheimer’s Collaborative.
February 21, 2024
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Ep06: Driving Brain Health to End Alzheimer’s Globally

In this episode, we feature a recording of a roundtable discussion that was hosted by the Davos Alzheimer’s Collaborative at the World Economic Forum on January 16, 2024. George Vradenburg, Founding Chairman of the Davos Alzheimer’s Collaborative, led a discussion with leaders in government, industry, academic, and global communities to share cutting-edge strategies and innovations for accelerating Brain Health globally.  This episode is a bit longer than many of the others in this series, and it is time well-spent. It is filled with insightful conversations and groundbreaking initiatives aimed at driving down the cost of dementia care, preventing cognitive impairment through lifestyle modifications, and advancing early treatment for Alzheimer's. From revolutionary vaccine developments to cutting-edge lifestyle interventions, this episode brings you the most up-to-date information on the prevention and treatment of cognitive decline. This episode was recorded at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos Switzerland in January 2024.  The Brain Health News podcast, part of Health UNMUTED, was created by Mission Based Media in association with the Davos Alzheimer’s Collaborative.
February 21, 2024
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Ep05: Brain Health and Alzheimer’s: Global Strategies for Collaboration

In this episode, Health Policy Watch board member and reporter Carlos Dora interviews two esteemed guests, His Excellency Ambassador Luis Gallegos, an Ecuadorian diplomat, and Dr. Zul Merali a neuroscientist and founder of the Aga Khan University Brain and Mind Institute.    The conversation touches on the importance of collaboration between nations, the role of international organizations like the UN in addressing brain health, and the need to tackle stigma and discrimination related to mental health in communities.  This episode was recorded at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos Switzerland in January 2024.  The Brain Health News podcast, part of Health UNMUTED, was created by Mission Based Media in association with the Davos Alzheimer’s Collaborative.
February 21, 2024
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Ep04: A Discussion with Shannon Cohn and Dr. Antonella Santuccione Chadha on Women’s Health

This episode is hosted by Richard Lui, an author, filmmaker and anchor for NBC and MSNBC. He delves into the important topic of equity and its impact on different genders in relation to brain health.  Our guests, Dr. Antonella Santuccione Chadha and Shannon Cohn, share their expertise and personal stories to shed light on the disparities in healthcare, particularly in the context of Alzheimer's disease and another disease that affects over 200,000,000 girls and women: endometriosis. Join us as we explore the crucial work being done to advocate for greater equity and understanding in brain health. This episode was recorded at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos Switzerland in January 2024.  The Brain Health News podcast, part of Health UNMUTED, was created by Mission Based Media in association with the Davos Alzheimer’s Collaborative.
February 21, 2024
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Ep03: Pioneering Progress: Advancements in Alzheimer’s Immunotherapies, Vaccines, and Screening

This episode is hosted by Richard Lui, an author, filmmaker and anchor for NBC and MSNBC. He’s joined by Dr. Andrea Pfeifer, CEO of AC Immune SA and George Vradenburg, the founding chairman of the Davos Alzheimer's Collaborative. Together, they discuss the latest developments in Alzheimer's research.  They delve into the breakthroughs in immunotherapy, the potential for early intervention, and the impact of new diagnostic methods.  They also explore the role of partnerships and collaborations in advancing Alzheimer's research and the global effort needed to achieve their goal. Enjoy the conversation with George Vradenburg and Andrea Pfeifer. This episode was recorded at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos Switzerland in January 2024.  The Brain Health News podcast, part of Health UNMUTED, was created by Mission Based Media in association with the Davos Alzheimer’s Collaborative.
February 21, 2024
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Ep02: Brain Health Matters: Olivier Schwab Shares World Economic Forum’s Vision and Initiatives

George Vradenburg, the Founding Chairman of the Davos Alzheimer's Collaborative, sits down with Olivier Schwab, the Managing Director of the World Economic Forum. They discuss the role of digital innovation, the impact of AI on society and health, and the importance of rebuilding trust.  They also delve into the critical need for global collaboration in addressing chronic diseases of aging, particularly Alzheimer's, and the role of the Davos Alzheimer's Collaborative in shaping the future of brain health. This episode was recorded at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos Switzerland in January 2024.  The Brain Health News podcast, part of Health UNMUTED, was created by Mission Based Media in association with the Davos Alzheimer’s Collaborative.
February 21, 2024
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Ep01: Measuring, Improving, and Sustaining Brain Health

George Vradenburg, the Founding Chairman of the Davos Alzheimer's Collaborative, engages in a thought-provoking conversation with three global experts in the field of brain health. Doctors Miia Kivipelto, Ian Hickie, and Harris Eyre discuss the critical importance of brain health across the lifespan.  Dr. Kivipelto introduces the "5 fingers" model which is aimed at reducing the risk of dementia through lifestyle modifications, while Dr. Hickie delves into the plasticity of the brain and the potential for resilience throughout life. Dr. Eyre sheds light on the concept of brain capital and how it can drive economic and societal growth. This episode was recorded at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos Switzerland in January 2024.  The Brain Health News podcast, part of Health UNMUTED, was created by Mission Based Media in association with the Davos Alzheimer’s Collaborative.
February 21, 2024
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#241: A Human Centered Conversation with Meg Wheatley

In today’s insightful episode, we delve into the core of perseverance and human-to-human warriorship with the esteemed Dr. Margaret Wheatley, a distinguished author and leadership expert. With decades of experience and wisdom, Margaret shares profound insights into the challenges and opportunities of leadership in today's dynamic world. As the author of "Perseverance" and the upcoming "Restoring Sanity," she provides practical strategies and empowering practices to help leaders navigate complexity and nurture resilience. Margaret Wheatley is a globally recognized writer, speaker, and thought leader in the realm of leadership and organizational change. Rooted in systems thinking and dedicated to exploring new paradigms, Margaret has authored influential books such as "Leadership and the New Science" and "Perseverance." As a trailblazer, she has committed her career to inspiring leaders to embrace resilience, compassion, and a deeper understanding of the human spirit. Join us as we explore the significance of community, the power of self-awareness, and the role of Warriors for the Human Spirit in preserving the essence of humanity amidst societal challenges. For full show notes and links, visit  https://www.missinglogic.com/truleader If you found value in this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS:  https://www.linkedin.com/company/missinglogic-llc  https://www.facebook.com/missinglogicLLC  https://twitter.com/MissingLogicLLC  https://www.instagram.com/missinglogic_llc/
February 21, 2024
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