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Experiencing Unconscious Bias From Your Provider? Storytelling Can Help

In this episode, the guest, Eyenga Bokamba, shares how she advocated for her mother who was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. When Eyenga sensed that negative stereotyping was limiting her mom’s treatment options, she used storytelling to help the care team “see” her mom beyond just the diagnosis.  Key takeaways: ·     You are ALWAYS more than your diagnosis. Don’t refer to yourself as a "cancer patient" or "diabetic." You are a person with cancer or someone who has diabetes. ·     Tell your story. When you are with a medical provider, share something interesting about yourself – a work project, a hobby, something fun you did recently. ·     Invite a friend or a family member to your visits. They can amplify your story. ·     Role-play before medical visits to help you visualize how various treatment alternatives will unfold and identify questions that you might not have thought about. Links: See Eyenga Bokamba’s work: https://www.eyengabokambapaintings.com/ To get in touch with Archelle: Email: [email protected] Instagram:  https://instagram.com/speakupforyourhealth Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/speakupforyourhealth
June 18, 2024
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A New Approach in Fertility: BEA Fertility’s Innovative Solution

In this episode of "Beyond the Paper Gown," Dr. Mitzi Krockover discusses a new fertility innovation with guest Tess Cosad, the dynamic CEO and co-founder of Béa Fertility, dedicated to making fertility treatments more accessible and equitable. Tess, a passionate advocate for fairness in the fertility industry, has reimagined intracervical insemination (ICI), transforming it into a modern, cost-effective solution. Find out how Béa Fertility's approach is providing hope to couples, including same-sex partners, who are looking for alternatives to costly fertility treatments and hear about the first baby conceived through this method, due in just a few weeks. And remember, this podcast is for informational purposes only—share it with your healthcare provider to discuss your specific needs. Please visit Beyond the Paper Gown to join our community and to learn more about achieving your optimal health. SHOW NOTES: Béa: The Fertility Treatment Programme that helps you get pregnant – Béa Fertility (beafertility.com)
June 15, 2024
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81. How Space Impacts Wellness and Success with Carolyn Boldt

This episode discusses how physical space and environment impacts wellness and success. My guest is Carolyn Boldt, an outspoken advocate that the environment of your space impacts your success. She and her husband co-founded CrossFields as a design-build firm in Atlanta, and in 2011 they shifted their focus to improving the public’s perception of alternative medicine and highlighting the power of holistic healthcare. Questions this episode will answer: Why does a space matter? How does your office impact your success? How can physical space impact how you and your clients feel? What are tips for having a good home office environment? Whether you are looking to update your space, working from home, or are or are not in healthcare, there is something for you in this episode. Find Carolyn Boldt: https://crossfieldsdesign.com/ https://www.facebook.com/CrossFields/ https://www.pinterest.com/crossfields/ https://www.instagram.com/crossfields_design/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/crossfields-inc https://twitter.com/crossfieldsdsg https://www.linkedin.com/in/carolynboldt/ Resources: Get your free Better Mental Health Affirmations: Affirmationbonus.com About Carolyn Boldt: Passionate about holistic health and wellness, Carolyn is also an outspoken advocate that the environment of your space impacts your success. In 2004, Carolyn and her husband co-founded CrossFields as a design-build firm in Atlanta, and in 2011 they changed their focus to improving the public’s perception of alternative medicine, and highlighting the power of holistic healthcare. Through their unique 6 step system, CrossFields has helped hundreds of doctors across the country expand their practices and reach higher levels of success by maximizing space, attracting and retaining patients, and saving money.
June 13, 2024
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Building Intentional DEIA Infrastructure as the Foundation to Improving Outcomes With Joy Marsh (Pt. 1)

In this episode, we’re talking to Joy Marsh, Vice President of Equity & Inclusion at UCare, about the importance of building thoughtful diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) infrastructure to improve outcomes in healthcare. Listen in for insight on how healthcare executives and organizations can build DEIA programs on all levels that make real change toward health equity.
June 13, 2024
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Nurse Leader Rhonda Collins Spills the Tea on Healthcare Workplace Violence

Welcome to HITea Tuesday!  In this episode, we're honored to welcome the inspiring Rhonda Collins, DN, RN, FAAN. As a prominent figure in healthcare, Rhonda currently serves as Chief Nursing Officer at Kontakt.io and is a leading voice in tackling the serious problem and challenges in workplace violence (WPV) in healthcare settings. Join us as Rhonda shares her journey and insights into why WPV is a critical issue for nursing professionals today. We discuss practical strategies for nurse leaders to foster a safe and supportive work environment, effective patient assessment for aggression prevention, and the integration of security personnel to mitigate WPV. Rhonda also highlights the essential components of WPV policies, the role of wearable duress technology, and the financial benefits of investing in WPV prevention. We explore the impact of WPV on nurse well-being and patient care, and the importance of federal legislation to protect healthcare workers. Tune in for an enlightening conversation that underscores the need for every woman to be the "CEO of You"—managing your career and personal life like a thriving business to grow and promote strength. Don't miss this episode packed with valuable insights and actionable advice!
June 11, 2024
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Navy Nurse Mary Russell Spills the Tea on EHR Disaster Recovery Planning

In this episode of HITea, we're honored to have Mary Russell, MJ, BS, RN, a retired Navy Nurse Corps officer and the Senior Director for Clinical Implementation at CliniComp, join us for an insightful conversation.  Mary shares her incredible journey from starting as a registered nurse to becoming a leader in healthcare IT. She delves into her motivations for transitioning into this field and how her extensive experience in both inpatient and outpatient military environments has shaped her approach to healthcare and clinical implementation. We explore pressing topics such as veterans' mental health, current statistics, and concerns, and how technology is being leveraged to address these issues. Mary provides concrete examples of how technology is enhancing mental health services for veterans and other patient populations.  Mary also dove into the topic of disaster recovery and the critical role of EHR systems in maintaining healthcare operations during events like the recent devastating tornadoes in the Midwest. She shares real-life experiences from her career, illustrating the crucial role of disaster preparedness and EHR systems in ensuring patient care continuity. And of course, no HITea With Grace episode would be complete without our signature tea moment! Listen in to learn from and laugh with Mary!
June 4, 2024
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“I felt unheard by my provider”: Advice For Patients’ Most Common Complaint

In this conversation, Archelle speaks with Kelly and Michelle – two women who share their stories about feeling dismissed by their providers. Then Dr. Karen Lawson offers advice on how they to navigate these interactions. Key Takeaways: Use Non-Violent Communication Techniques 4 Steps of Non-Violent Communication Describe objective observations. Express how you feel. State your needs. Make a request. More on techniques and worksheets: https://positivepsychology.com/non-violent-communication/ Links: More on Dr. Karen Lawson: https://www.ihwcproductions.com/ Get in touch with Archelle Email: [email protected] Instagram:  https://instagram.com/speakupforyourhealth Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/speakupforyourhealth
May 28, 2024
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This Is What I Eat: Exploring the Joy of Healthy Eating With Aliza Sokolow

Join Dr. Mitzi Krockover on this engaging episode of "Beyond the Paper Gown" as we meet Aliza Sokolow, a talented chef, food stylist, photographer, and author of the children's book "This Is What I Eat." Aliza shares her journey from her architectural background to her passion for making fruits and vegetables fun and appealing for both kids and adults. She discusses her work with Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution and various community programs, highlighting how they are improving food education and access. Whether you're a parent, a food enthusiast, or just looking to enhance your meals, this episode offers practical tips and inspiration for enjoying healthy cuisine. Tune in to explore how simple it can be to create a nutritious and visually appealing plate. Don't miss this insightful discussion! Please visit Beyond the Paper Gown to join our community and to learn more about achieving your optimal health. SHOW NOTES: This is What I Eat https://www.sokolowphoto.com/
May 24, 2024
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80. Emotional Intelligence and Decision Making with Dawn Smith

This episode of Better with Dr. Ericka episode will discuss decision-making, emotional intelligence, and dealing with transitions.  My fantastic guest is Dawn Smith who is a founder, coach, speaker, and self-identified misfit who supports individuals through life's major transition points. Questions this episode will answer: -What are major transitions that people deal with? -What are challenges with trying to make the “right” decision? -What is one of the biggest relationship challenges people have and how to work through it? Whether you’re trying to change your professional life, personal life, or relationships, there is something for you in this episode. Stay tuned in until the end to ensure you get all the practical tips to make life feel easier and more fulfilling. Find Dawn Smith: https://instagram.com/relationshipcoachdawn http://www.relationshipcoachdawn.com https://podcastguests.com/expert/wholelifedawn/?profiletab=contact Resources: Get your free Better Mental Health Affirmations: Affirmationbonus.com About Dawn Smith: Founder. Coach. Misfit. Dawn is a coach, counselor, and speaker who supports individuals through life's major transition points. She offers a quick, solutions-based approach for couples in crisis, professionals navigating major career shifts, and executives ready to make real impact.
May 24, 2024
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Pamela Stahl and Dr. Julie Shulz spill the tea on Price Transparency in Clinical Lab Testing

In this latest episode of HITea, we shine a spotlight on price transparency for clinical lab tests. Pamela Stahl and Dr. Julie Shulz of Avalon Healthcare Solutions join us on the podcast to uncover hidden truths behind the varying costs of lab tests across different facilities.  Pamela, a seasoned industry insider, navigates us through the labyrinth of billing practices, shedding light on the complex factors driving these price differentials. From healthcare system consolidation to the intricate dance of provider negotiations, we peel back the layers to reveal the stark realities shaping the healthcare landscape. Armed with her medical, public health, and clinical lab expertise, Dr. Julie offers a compelling narrative of real-life scenarios where upfront knowledge of lab costs has proven to be a game-changer for patients and what barriers still need to come down to make this an industry norm.  Reflecting on the controversial conversation, one thing becomes abundantly clear: the need for transparency in lab pricing is not just a matter of financial prudence but a fundamental pillar of population health and patient empowerment. So, join us as we advocate for a future where transparency reigns supreme in the noble pursuit of affordable, accessible healthcare for all.
May 21, 2024
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Using Storytelling in Accessible Language to Fight Health Inequities in Black Communities With Tiffany Onyejiaka (Pt. 2)

This episode of Heart of Equity features Tiffany Onyejiaka, a second-year medical student at the University of Minnesota School of Medicine and independent health and medicine journalist focusing on health inequities and disparities. She discusses how storytelling can be used to improve health inequities and create a healthier future for all.
May 16, 2024
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Don’t Hesitate Getting A 2nd (3rd, 4th or 8th!) Medical Opinion

Getting a second opinion can give you peace of mind that a diagnosis is right and that you know all the possible treatment options. In this episode, John talks about his journey with prostate cancer and the steps he took to get multiple second opinions before selecting the treatment that felt right for him. Was it hard? Yes. Was it worth the effort? Absolutely. Key Takeaways ·     Get educated about your medical condition. Don’t just rely on what the doctor explains in the office. ·     Get a 2nd opinion (and 3rd and 4th ones if necessary) if you have ANY question about your diagnosis or treatment plan. The physicians you choose should be in a different practice so they offer a completely objective opinion regarding your care. ·     Tap into your network of family, friends and colleagues to find other patients with a similar medical condition. Zoom in on the doctors whose name keeps coming up, and then do online research to check their credentials and read patient reviews. ·     Getting in to see specialists can be slow. If you want to get in sooner….get yourself on a waiting list, get to know the office staff, and keep calling back. And, of course, be pleasant. Links Article about waiting times: https://www.wsj.com/health/wellness/doctor-visits-appointments-frustration-1c88eb9a Get in touch with Archelle Email: [email protected] Instagram:  https://instagram.com/speakupforyourhealth Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/speakupforyourhealth
May 14, 2024
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Dr. Carrie Nelson Spills the Tea on Telehealth Patient Safety & Quality

Welcome to the HITeaWithGrace podcast, where we spill the tea on HIT. In light of the recent news of Optum and Walmart shutting down their virtual care offerings, today, we're honored to host Dr. Carrie Nelson, Chief Medical Officer of KeyCare, as she shares her experience working as a primary care physician and in population health and shares her perspectives on the evolution of telehealth and its business model.  Dr. Nelson examines the broader impact of telehealth on healthcare disparities and population health and advocates for innovative solutions to bridge gaps in access to care, particularly for underserved populations. She envisions a future where data-driven insights and analytics play a pivotal role in optimizing telehealth services to meet rigorous standards of care and advance value-based objectives. She also delves into strategies for upholding quality care in virtual settings and examines the implications of recent accreditation programs, all while emphasizing the pivotal role of data analytics in shaping telehealth's future impact. Be sure to tune into this if you are concerned about or interested in the state of and future of virtual care!
May 14, 2024
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Diverse Voices, Better Choices: Representation And Its Impact On Health

Join us on this compelling episode of "Beyond the Paper Gown" with host Dr. Mitzi Krockover, as we welcome the trailblazing Dr. Jayne Morgan, a distinguished cardiologist and Executive Director of Health and Community Education at Piedmont Healthcare. Dr. Morgan, leveraging her profound experience as a Black female physician, explores the systemic issues affecting women's healthcare, particularly in underrepresented communities. She discusses the critical need for diversity in medical research and training, and the impact of biases in AI and healthcare delivery. Discover how changing medical education and embracing inclusive research can lead to better health outcomes for all. Don't miss Dr. Morgan's powerful insights on transforming healthcare—tune in now to learn how we can all contribute to a more equitable health system. Please visit Beyond the Paper Gown to join our community and to learn more about achieving your optimal health.
May 14, 2024
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Hypovolemic Shock with The Q Word Podcast’s Lisa and Nyssa, RN

While the concept of hypovolemic shock may seem straightforward compared to the other types of shock, it's various causes and vastly different treatment approaches may catch you off guard. In this episode, flight nurse Nyssa from The Q Word Podcast vividly illustrates the key differences between fluid volume depletion and blood volume loss. You'll learn to spot the ominous clinical presentations of hemorrhagic shock. But most importantly, Nyssa equips you with the critical life-saving interventions for massive hemorrhage - from using tourniquets to transexamic acid. Whether you're an emergency nurse or just want to solidify your knowledge, this masterclass on managing hypovolemic shock's most high-stakes form will drastically elevate your nursing game. This episode is part of Nurses' PodCrawl 2024. Check out other episodes from these excellent nurse podcasters: Obstructive Shock: Critical Care Scenarios and Rapid Response RN Distributive shock: Straight A Nursing and How Not to Kill Your Patient Cardiogenic Shock: Nurse Dose Podcast and Up My Nursing Game Check out Nicole Kupchik's exam reviews and practice questions at nicolekupchikconsulting.com. Use the promo code UPMYGAME20 to get 20% off all products. Do you need help with your resume, interviewing, or need career coaching? Check out Sarah at New Thing Nurse: Get 15% off of her resume and cover letter templates using the promo code UPMYGAME Nursing students and new grad career services  Experienced RN career services NP career services
May 12, 2024
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Cardiogenic Shock with Sean from the Nurse Dose Podcast

In this in-depth episode, cardiac nursing expert Sean from the Nurse Dose Podcast vividly illustrates how acute coronary syndromes, valve dysfunction, arrhythmias, and mechanical complications can all culminate in cardiogenic shock. You'll learn to spot the ominous signs like falling cardiac output, rising filling pressures, and poor end-organ perfusion. But most importantly, Sean equips you with the critical interventions - from revascularization to advanced circulatory support devices like balloon pumps and Impella pumps. Whether you're an ICU nurse or just want to solidify your knowledge of this high-stakes condition, this masterclass on cardiogenic shock is a must-listen. This episode is part of Nurses' PodCrawl 2024. Check out other episodes from these excellent nurse podcasters: Obstructive Shock: Critical Care Scenarios and Rapid Response RN Distributive shock: Straight A Nursing and How Not to Kill Your Patient Hypovolemic shock: The Q Word Podcast and Up My Nursing Game From this episode: Listen to the Nurse Dose Podcast Check out Nurse Dose on IG! @NurseDosePodcast Check out Nicole Kupchik's exam reviews and practice questions at nicolekupchikconsulting.com. Use the promo code UPMYGAME20 to get 20% off all products. Do you need help with your resume, interviewing, or need career coaching? Check out Sarah at New Thing Nurse: Get 15% off of her resume and cover letter templates using the promo code UPMYGAME Nursing students and new grad career services  Experienced RN career services NP career services
May 11, 2024
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Erica Olenski Spills the Tea on the Texas Medicaid “Unwinding”

Welcome to HITea With Grace, where we dive deep into the heart of pressing healthcare issues. In today's episode, I'm beyond honored to be joined by friend and inspiration Erica Olenski, a stellar healthcare communications professional and the Founding Executive Director of August's Artists. We embark on a heartfelt journey as Erica shares her deeply personal and challenging experience as a caregiver for her son, August, navigating pediatric cancer and the complexities of the healthcare system.  Erica had firsthand experience with the Texas Medicaid "unwinding" process, unveiling the profound challenges faced by families like hers - losing necessary coverage without anyone to turn to. Through her narrative, we glean insight into the bureaucratic hurdles and systemic issues that jeopardize the continuity of care for children like August, whose medical needs demand unwavering support. As the dialogue broadens, Erica articulates the critical role of Medicaid coverage for families grappling with pediatric cancer and other serious conditions. She underscores the disruptive impact of coverage interruptions and advocates for improvements in the Medicaid enrollment and renewal process to safeguard against future crises.  Erica's advocacy work and organizational initiatives, such as August's Artists, memorializing and cherishing the patient artwork inside the hospital room, serve as beacons of hope, offering solace and support to families in their healthcare journey. Please consider supporting the work this critical organization is doing: https://www.augustsartists.org/
May 7, 2024
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Using Storytelling in Accessible Language to Fight Health Inequities in Black Communities With Tiffany Onyejiaka (Pt. 1)

This episode of Heart of Equity features Tiffany Onyejiaka, a second-year medical student at the University of Minnesota School of Medicine and independent health and medicine journalist focusing on health inequities and disparities. She discusses how storytelling can be used to improve health inequities and create a healthier future for all.
May 2, 2024
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Anaphylaxis and Med Errors: A Case Study with Dave Dovell, RN

Imagine being a nurse faced with a patient who has taken a fistful of someone else's medications, leading to a life-threatening allergic reaction. This was the reality Dave Dovell, a registered nurse and author, confronted in a fascinating case study he shares during this podcast episode. He takes listeners on a deep dive into the clinical presentation and management of anaphylaxis and offers insights into providing compassionate care. This powerful case study underscores the multifaceted challenges nurses face and the importance of prioritizing patient-centered care even in the most demanding situations. Mentioned in this episode: The New RN: A blog and more for new nurses and student nurses Brand New Nurse, by Dave Dovell Check out Nicole Kupchik's exam reviews and practice questions at nicolekupchikconsulting.com. Use the promo code UPMYGAME20 to get 20% off all products. Do you need help with your resume, interviewing, or need career coaching? Check out Sarah at New Thing Nurse: Get 15% off of her resume and cover letter templates using the promo code UPMYGAME Nursing students and new grad career services  Experienced RN career services NP career services See the show notes at upmynursinggame.com.
May 1, 2024
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Dr. Stacey Johnston Spills the Tea on Automating Medication Reconciliation During a Transitioning to Epic

Welcome to HITea Tuesday, where we spill the tea on HIT. This week we have Stacey Johnston, MD, VP Vice President Chief Applications Officer at Baptist Health with us to share about her transitioning their disparate EHRs to EPIC and deciding to also automate medication reconciliation in the process.  With the patient and caregiver experience as their north star, she talks about saving her team 70,000 clicks in a year’s time by choosing to do both at the same time, improving patient care and reducing administrative burden across the board for both providers and healthcare consumers. Stacey is an ambitious ray of sunshine from the sunshine state and an inspiration to us all as one of the first women CMIOs. She speaks about what strategies keep her team and her at the top of their game as leaders in digital transformation. Be sure to tune in!
April 30, 2024
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Embracing Career Plan B When A Chronic Condition Interferes with Plan A

Many medical condition aren't life-threatening – but they can be life-altering. An injury, infertility, or sometimes, something as simple as a medication can be a barrier to to the life you imagined for yourself. How do you re-imagine a different future and not only survive, but thrive? Dr. Herman Williams survived a cardiac arrest when he was 31. But being an orthopedic surgeon was no longer possible. He had to create and advocate for a different future for himself. Herman shares his story and talks about the biggest barrier he had to overcome to live a life he never dreamed of.  Takeaways: Plan A is not the only option. Here's how to embrace Plan B. See a therapist. This is especially important if you have depression, anxiety or PTSD. But, even if you don’t, having a few sessions with a therapist – or a coach – can help you re-imagine your future. Acknowledge your fear. If fear is holding you back from moving on …tell your doctor. They can't read your mind so be straightforward: “I am really REALLY scared and here’s what I am afraid of”. They will hear you and depending on the situation, they might suggest additional testing, medication adjustment, or recommend extra monitoring to help put you at ease. Friends and family are a lifeline. Appreciate and accept support from those who are closest to you. But also – remember – that YOUR medical condition has an impact on them because being a caregiver – whether its emotional or physical – take a toll.   Links: Read more about Dr. Herman Williams story in his book, "Clear Living the Life You Never Dreamed Of." Get in touch with Archelle Email: [email protected] Instagram:  https://instagram.com/speakupforyourhealth Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/speakupforyourhealth
April 30, 2024
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Its more than just a period… PERIOD!

This episode tackles the taboo of menstrual health. Through real-life stories, Alice highlights conditions like endometriosis and uterine fibroids, shedding light on their debilitating effects and the importance of a timely diagnosis. With a blend of medical expertise and personal experience, Alice advocates for open conversation and support for menstrual health in our communities and workplaces. Tune in to empower yourself and start the conversation on menstrual health. Episode Highlights: [00:01:30] - Addressing the silence around menstrual challenges [00:05:45] - Raising awareness and debunking myths about menstrual cycles [00:10:20] - Providing resources and accommodations at work [00:15:10] - Encouragement to seek support from healthcare providers [00:17:45] - Conclusion and a call to action for listeners Contact us at [email protected] Feedback or questions? We love hearing from you. Share your thoughts on social media or in the comments!
April 29, 2024
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The Truth About Heart Disease in Women

In this important episode, host Dr. Mitzi Krockover is joined by Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, a leader in preventive cardiology and a strong supporter of women's heart health. They discuss the often overlooked issue of heart disease in women, which is the number one cause of death for women in the United States. Heart disease claims more lives than all forms of cancer combined, yet it remains underestimated and misunderstood, particularly in its impact on women. This episode explores why heart disease is so deadly for women, how their symptoms differ from men, and why their treatment often falls short. Dr. Steinbaum also provides invaluable insights into how simple lifestyle changes can prevent up to 80% of heart cases. Women often face misdiagnosis or underdiagnosis because their risk of heart disease goes unrecognized. Our conversation delves into the challenges women encounter when seeking healthcare, underscoring the importance of education and self-advocacy.  Whether you're a healthcare professional, a woman concerned about heart health, or just someone interested in learning more about this critical topic, this episode is a must-listen. Remember, knowledge is power — tune in to empower yourself with life-saving information and take charge of your heart health. Call to Action: Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review "Beyond the Paper Gown" on your favorite podcast platform. Visit Beyond the Paper Gown for more resources and join our community forum to share your thoughts and experiences about heart health. SHOW NOTES: Adesso Health Go Red for Women
April 26, 2024
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Thriving in Major Life Shifts and Transitions with Ellen Rothstein

In this insightful episode of "Better with Dr. Ericka," my guest Ellen Rothstein, a life transition coach and artist, shares her expertise on navigating life's changes with grace and positivity. Together, we explore the significance of finding joy, embracing change, and the power of positive thinking. Ellen's personal journey from artist to coach illustrates the value of reconnecting with one's passions and adapting to new life phases. We'll also discuss practical strategies for prioritizing self-care and the benefits of coaching versus therapy as we move through life's transitions. Questions this episode will answer: -Why do transitional periods matter? -What are strategies to deal with change and major life transitions? -How is coaching different than therapy? No matter where you are in life, there is something in this episode for you because life is full of transitions. Change is inevitable, so you need to be prepared to deal with it with grace and ease. Stay tuned for the entire episode to not miss any valuable tips. Find Ellen Rothstein: www.linkedin.com/in/ellen-rothstein-coaching https://ellenrothstein.com/ Resources: Get your free Better Mental Health Affirmations: Affirmationbonus.com About Ellen Rothstein: Ellen Rothstein is a certified Life Transition coach, helping her clients get unstuck and face whatever transition they are facing with self-assurance. Before becoming a coach, Ellen received a B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley, was a successful artist, and worked in advertising and digital media. She collaborates with her clients so that they can create and implement actionable plans and enjoy a fresh perspective. Ellen is a published author for Medium.com and for She Is You Magazine and has been a guest on podcasts. Additionally, she did a Live Radio Interview on Close Up Radio & Television on blogtalkradio.com as part of the Empowering Women Series.
April 25, 2024
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