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Residency interviews and the inner muse

"Have you ever wondered how many times death has not come, but could have? On the corner of Church Street and Dubuque how close was I, pausing to assess an ice-sheeted puddle just before a woman turns, her head turned too, searching for what? A snack? A phone? A child crying? The summer I almost drowned, my mother said no you will not, and I did not. Hotel pool, a single cool eye seeking, floaters upstairs in the room. Every backseat I slid into under the cloaks of dark and youth and rebellion with every driver that palmed the wheel like a dare—I will not be struck down tonight. How many near-deaths have I walked towards without hesitation, another door, another elevator another escalator on its way up. And now—every mouth and nose just a house for fear. Oh, but how I dare to smile." Liana Meffert is a medical student. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "It goes without saying: a residency interview." Did you enjoy today’s episode? Rate and review the show so more audiences can find The Podcast by KevinMD. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out. Reflect and earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode. Also available in Category 1 CME bundles. Powered by CMEfy - a seamless way for busy clinician learners to discover Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that reward AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Learn more at about.cmefy.com/cme-info
May 15, 2022 by The Podcast by KevinMD

 A patient explains the reasons behind doctor hopping

"Oh no, it’s a doctor hopper. You know who I’m talking about: the patients with twenty previous doctors documented in their chart. The ones who took years to be diagnosed. The ones who still have not been diagnosed, but insist something is wrong. They’re just jumping around until they get their way, you seethe. Really? Every doctor’s appointment is a commitment of time and money for a patient. I think I speak for a lot of us when I say that we’d greatly prefer it if things went right the first time. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. If one of your patients has hopped, instead of immediately assuming they’re a problem, consider this: they’re trying to find the help that will allow them to stop hopping." Denise Reich is a patient advocate. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "How about those doctor hoppers?" Did you enjoy today’s episode? Rate and review the show so more audiences can find The Podcast by KevinMD. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out. Reflect and earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode. Also available in Category 1 CME bundles. Powered by CMEfy - a seamless way for busy clinician learners to discover Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that reward AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Learn more at about.cmefy.com/cme-info
May 14, 2022 by The Podcast by KevinMD

Why physician-owned practices may boost EHR satisfaction – with Dr. Richard Baron

The connection between EHRs and physician satisfaction – and, by extension, clinician burnout – is one that has been well-explored over the past few years. And the COVID-19 pandemic has only made those issues more relevant. Dr. Richard Baron, president and CEO of the American Board of Internal Medicine and the ABIM foundation, joined Healthcare IT News Senior Editor Kat Jercich to discuss his recent JAMA Network Open commentary about why some physicians may be happier with their EHRs than others – and what organizations might do about it.Talking points:-People in physician-owned practices report higher EHR satisfaction-Clinicians feeling technology is done to them, not for them-The clinical purpose of an EHR gets lost-How owning a practice makes a difference-The burnout from "inbox overload"-Using EHRs to answer broader population health questions-Connecting technology to physician success-The effect of COVID-19 on burnout-What organizations can doMore about this episode:EHRs are still a mess for physicians, but change is comingPatient messages via Epic increased during COVID-19, raising burnout concernsFemale physicians spent 33 more minutes per day in EHRsEHR satisfaction: A better way is possibleMayo Clinic study links EHR usability with clinician burnoutKLAS: Clinician burnout is a worldwide problem
May 13, 2022 by HIMSSCast

The Value of Mentorship w/Be1Support1

Guest host Elyse Shelger talks with Jeneva Gularte-Rinaldo and Tip Tilton, nurse mentors with Be1Support1, an organization that aims to establish and operate a volunteer-based mentorship program to promote the health and wellbeing of nursing students, new graduates, and nurses transitioning into a new role or department throughout their personal and professional development. Jeneva and Tip are representing a team that studied the impact of mentorship on new nurses, how it helped build their confidence and resiliency and decreased their likelihood of leaving the profession. Host: Elyse Shelger, MSN, RN, PHN, CCRN, NE-BC (https://www.linkedin.com/in/elyse-shelger-msn-rn-phn-ccrn-ne-bc-004b234b/) Guests: Jeneva Gularte-Rinaldo, PhD, RN Tip Tilton, MSN, RN (@tip-tilton) Learn more about Be1Support1 at be1support1.com. About the show: ACNL in Action is a production of the Association of California Nurse Leaders, the professional organization for nurse leaders. New episodes come out on the first Friday of every month. Want to support ACNL? Consider making a donation: http://bit.ly/cog-podcast . Learn more about ACNL, including how to become a member, at acnl.org.  Follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn at @acnlnurse.

A Nurse-Led International Crusade to Promote Liver Health, Prevention, and Education

On episode 368 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews Thelma King Thiel, RN, popularly known as "The Liver Lady". Thelma's crusade against liver disease began five decades ago when she lost her infant son Dean to a rare and fatal liver disease. She has been a tireless advocate for promoting liver education and the prevention of liver disease for over half a century.  Nurse Keith is a holistic career coach for nurses, professional podcaster, published author, award-winning blogger, inspiring keynote speaker, and successful nurse entrepreneur.  The Nurse Keith Show is a proud member of The Health Podcast Network, one of the largest and fastest-growing collections of authoritative, high-quality podcasts taking on the tough topics in health and care with empathy, expertise, and a commitment to excellence. Show notes NurseKeith.com Facebook.com/NurseKeithCoaching Twitter.com/nursekeith Instagram LinkedIn
May 13, 2022 by The Nurse Keith Show

Anna Basevich Empowers Larger Health Systems to Interpret & Respond to Data

In this episode, recorded at HIMSS22, Joy sits down with Anna Basevich, the VP of Enterprise Partnerships at Arcadia. She speaks our love language by helping healthcare organizations aggregate and use data to improve population health. There's magic in showing stakeholders close-to-real-time data on performance metrics that matter to them. One example is closing care gaps in breast cancer screenings and then showing the organization how to engage the population that needs support. Brilliant! Impactful!
May 13, 2022 by HIT Like a Girl

Listening to the doctor's heart

"A few months ago, I embarked on an ethnographic study to understand what health care professionals saw as the psychosocial needs of pediatric patients. This involved conversations with several doctors in Pakistan, who had volunteered to share their views about pediatric patient care. As I engaged in deep, organic discussions with my interlocutors, I found doctors willing to explore personal experiences which had left indelible memories. I had somehow tapped into a need for them to reflect on their own struggles to gain trust, counsel, and understand patients psychologically and the impact this had on them. An unexpected by-product of my research was that I had created a safe space for doctors to unpack their emotions. While they appear clinical and detached, doctors have a heartbeat that races when they share personally meaningful stories about their work in rare places where they feel completely comfortable." Maryam Chloé Pervaiz is an anthropologist. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "Listening to the doctor’s heart." Did you enjoy today’s episode? Rate and review the show so more audiences can find The Podcast by KevinMD. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out. Reflect and earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode. Also available in Category 1 CME bundles. Powered by CMEfy - a seamless way for busy clinician learners to discover Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that reward AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Learn more at about.cmefy.com/cme-info
May 13, 2022 by The Podcast by KevinMD

What medical leaders need to know about Pre-Meds #282

Things to expect in this episode:We’re in Denver, CO at the AACOM Educating Leaders Conference! We talk about our responses during the first-ever panel dedicated to Dr. Meta Christy, the first Black Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine. We’re partnering with locumstory.com on a special campaign this year. We give you a brief rundown of the common questions that are answered on their platform.Dr. Renée recaps her answer on the panel about what medical school leaders need to know about pre-meds.Dr. Nii rounds it out with his response to “what’s the biggest issue facing docs financially?”WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!!!! TELL US WHAT YOU WANT TO HEAR ON FUTURE EPISODES!!!!FILL OUT THE DOCS OUTSIDE THE BOX PODCAST SURVEY (in partnership w INCROWD)WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE!https://www.youtube.com/drniidarko  Join our communityText text word PODCAST to 833-230-2860 Twitter: @drniidarkoInstagram: @drniidarkoEmail: [email protected] Podcasting Course: www.docswhopodcast.comMerch: https://docs-outside-the-box.creator-spring.comThis episode is sponsored by Locum Story. Learn how locum tenens helps doctors make more and have the lifestyle they deserve!. Check them out at www.locumstory.com
May 13, 2022 by Docs Outside The Box

A Journey Through the Career of Charles Boicey: Clinician to Data Informatics

May 13, 2022: Today we walk through the impressive resume of https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlesboicey/ (Charles Boicey), Chief Innovation Officer at https://clearsense.com/ (Clearsense). Beginning as a Paramedic, moving to Nursing and working at the LA county USC Medical Center in the 80s and 90s in the thick of a unit filled with gunshots, stabbings and other mayhem from man versus man. Moving on to Nurse Manager, Senior Clinical Project Manager. Completing Computer Science, Technology and Management degrees. Next was Clinical Informatics Officer then Informatics Solutions Architect at UCI followed by Co-Founder and Chief Innovation Officer for Social Health Insights. Charles is currently a Professor at Stony Brook and leader of Clearsense. He believes the doctor of the future will give no medication, but in the interest of patients give care of the human frame in diet and the cause and prevention of disease. Charles is dedicating his career to engaging people, not in healthcare, but in health. Key Points: The number one thing that's tweeted about hospitals is …. food! The end product isn't what's in your head. It's what the clinical staff needs. Technology is improving exponentially and the need for technology is exponential. What does it look like when data governance is done right? https://clearsense.com/ (Clearsense)
May 13, 2022 by This Week In Health IT

71: Meeting of Minds: Around The World, Nurses Say…

International Nurses Day is an important opportunity to check the pulse of nurses around the world, especially in 2022. Nurses have given their all in the response to pandemics, natural disasters, and in war zones, in leading mass COVID-19 testing and vaccination efforts, and in completely redesigning how and where care is delivered. The value of nurses has never been more clear. Nor could it be any clearer that not enough is being done to protect nurses and other health workers, tragically underscored by the more than 180,000 health worker deaths due to COVID-19 and the alarming increase of mental health conditions and concerns nurses report.   COVID-19 has altered many nurses’ career plans – over the past two years, McKinsey & Company has found that worldwide, nurses consistently, and increasingly, report planning to leave the workforce at higher rates compared with the past decade. Those departures have profound implications for the health of citizens and systems everywhere. Indeed, the greatest threat to global health is the workforce shortage.  As part of our Meeting of Minds series, we listen in as four McKinsey partners from their Healthcare Systems & Services practice discuss the results of a McKinsey & Company survey of frontline nurses across six countries including Brazil, France, Japan, Singapore, the United Kingdom, and the United States. In this conversation we hear Gretchen Berlin, RN, Thomas London, MBA, Robin Roark, MD, MBA, and Senthu Arumugam, MBA explore the survey’s findings of why nurses are considering leaving their roles, what energizes them to keep going,  and how nurses around the world are eager to innovate and deliver care in different and better ways to solve what has become a consequential global problem. Email us at [email protected]
May 12, 2022 by See You Now

How Advances in Prenatal Testing are Helping Screen for Underdiagnosed, Yet Relatively Common Conditions with Melissa Maisenbach, Associate Director of Clinical Projects at Natera

In this episode, Melissa Maisenbacher, a genetic counselor and associate director of clinical projects with Natera, joins us to continue the conversation about the benefits of non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT). Melissa shares details on what conditions NIPTs typically screen for, including microdeletions, such as 22q11.2 deletion syndrome (22q11.2DS). She also highlights key 22q11.2DS findings from Natera’s SMART study, the largest prospective NIPT study ever performed. Through her work with Natera, and as a board member of the International 22q Foundation, Melissa helps educate families about 22q11.2DS and connects parents to critical resources. One way she does this is through the annual 22q at the Zoo events which raise public awareness about the condition. Volunteers spread awareness at their local or regional zoo and distribute fact sheets to educate guests and zoo visitors about 22q11.2DS. Tune in to this episode to learn more about NIPT and 22q11.2DS from someone with first-hand experience. Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health
May 12, 2022 by Outcomes Rocket

Amplify Nursing Season 5: Episode 06: Jonathan Zhu

Today on Amplify Nursing, we talk with Jonathan Zhu, a rising senior BSN student at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. As an assistant in the department of innovation at Penn Nursing, Jon has worked on various projects including the Design Thinking for Health platform, Penn Nursing Innovation Accelerator, and Penn Nursing Story Slam. Jon has also participated in numerous healthcare hackathons, including NurseHack4Health, Jefferson Health Hack, MIT Health Equity, and more. Jon talks with us about what drew him to nursing and nursing innovation, the importance of innovation education in nursing curricula, and why nursing students should participate in hackathons. Read his articles here: The Case for Innovation Education in Nursing School Getting Nursing Students Involved in Hackathons
May 12, 2022 by Amplify Nursing

The Critical Role of Newborn Screening – Rare Mom Alison Breitbarth and Infantile Pompe Disease

ONCE UPON A GENE - EPISODE 134 The Critical Role of Newborn Screening - Rare Mom Alison Breitbarth and Infantile Pompe Disease Alison Breitbarth's son was the first baby in the state of Indiana to be screened for Pompe Disease and receive a positive result. She joins me to talk about the importance of newborn screening. EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS Where does your diagnosis journey begin? Ten days after my son Grant was born, I received a call about results from his newborn screening that indicated he was flagged for Pompe Disease and they were doing further testing. We met with the genetic counselor and learned Grant had the infantile onset form of Pompe Disease, which is the most severe form. Because he was diagnosed through newborn screening, he was able to receive his first infusion at three weeks old and never had a symptom of the disease before treatment. Today, he's doing really well. What is the current treatment for Pompe Disease? An infusion takes about 5 hours and Grant receives them once a week. He will receive his 55th infusion this week and will have them for the rest of his life, or until another treatment becomes available.  What questions do you get from your older son and how do you address them? We've always been honest with Connor, but not gone into much detail. He knows Grant needs medicine every week to keep him healthy. He hasn't asked a lot of questions, but he's starting to understand that everyone has different needs. For example, we've talked about how Connor has Hemophilia, so we have compared how he bruises easily and Grant doesn't.  What is it like integrating with the Pompe Disease community with a child who was diagnosed through newborn screening with immediate treatment options? There are other kids who were diagnosed through newborn screening, but had symptoms right away. The Pompe Disease community is amazing and I've connected with amazing parents who have given me the hope I've needed in the past year.  What are your plans for advocacy? We're in the beginning stages of starting a foundation to raise awareness, help with fundraising efforts for Pompe research, and help families who need assistance getting to see a specialist. International Pompe Day is April 15th and we hope to share more by then. LINKS & RESOURCES MENTIONED Seattle Rare Disease Fair www.rarediseasefair.com ONCE UPON A GENE - Episode 119 - One of the Youngest Children to be Given Treatment for Spinal Muscular Atrophy I with Kathryn Alexander https://effieparks.com/podcast/episode-119-kathryn-alexander CONNECT WITH EFFIE PARKS Website https://effieparks.com/ Twitter https://twitter.com/OnceUponAGene Instagram https://www.instagram.com/onceuponagene.podcast/?hl=en Built Ford Tough Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1877643259173346/
May 12, 2022 by Once Upon A Gene

Eating Disorders Edition: Adult Eating Disorders

To claim credit for this episode, visit: Mayo Clinic Talks Podcast: Eating Disorders Edition Guest(s):   Scott Crow, M.D.; Carol B. Peterson, Ph.D., L.P. Host:  Jocelyn R. Lebow, Ph.D., L.P. While eating disorders are often thought of as disorders of adolescence, they impact adult patients across their lifespan. While many of the characteristics of these disorders are similar for pediatric vs. adult patients, there are important differences in how a primary care provider should assess and treat these illnesses in adults. As with younger patients, most adults report presenting initially to their primary care provider with their eating concerns, and many never seek additional care. This episode focuses on best practices for primary care providers in assessing and treating adult patients with eating disorders. Our guests are Scott Crow, M.D., Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Minnesota and Vice President of Psychiatry at Accanto Health, and Carol B. Peterson, Ph.D., L.P., Clinical Psychologist and Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Minnesota. Connect with the Mayo Clinic’s School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/ or on Twitter @MayoMedEd.
May 12, 2022 by Mayo Clinic Talks

Systemic Solutions

Where have efforts to reconstruct patient safety failed and what opportunities exist to remake the landscape of patient safety? How can advances in data technologies and systems thinking help us revolutionize over the next decade? Join host Karen Wolk Feinstein and esteemed guests Dr. Kathleen Sutcliffe, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor at Johns Hopkins University, and Dr. Vivian Lee, president of health platforms at Verily Life Sciences, for a glimpse into the potential for a collaborative, tech-enabled transformation of healthcare safety. View show notes and a transcript of this episode here.
May 12, 2022 by Up Next for Patient Safety

63: Ohio: Pandemic Response and Public Health Lessons, with Bruce Vanderhoff, M.D., Director, Ohio Department of Health

Meet Bruce Vanderhoff, M.D.:Bruce Vanderhoff, M.D. is the Director of the Ohio Department of Health. Before his directorship, he was the department’s Chief Medical Officer. Prior to that, Dr. Vanderhoff served in a variety of roles at OhioHealth, including the Senior VP, Chief Medical Officer, and VP of Medical Education, Quality, and Patient Safety. He also practiced as a family medicine physician. Dr. Vanderhoff received his M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from Franklin University.Key Insights:Dr. Vanderhoff dives into pandemic management and leadership lessons from a state government perspective.Ohio’s Vax-a-Million. Dr. Vanderhoff described the design behind Ohio’s vaccine lottery. The goal was to incentivize people that were inclined to get the vaccine, but hadn’t done so yet. Two weeks after the program was announced, there was a 28% increase in the number of people getting vaccinated. (3:33)Lessons for Public Health. Dr. Vanderhoff emphasized that we cannot predict all potential public health threats. However, we know that people who are healthy are better able to weather pandemics and other health challenges compared to people who are unhealthy. Thus, improving the overall health of people is a crucial part of preparation for future public health threats. (19:58)Problem Solving Methodology. To achieve big goals, Dr. Vanderhoff recommends designing a plan that is iterative, that breaks down the problem into smaller steps. He also points to the importance of understanding lived experience. Seek out perspectives from workers on the frontlines before formulating solutions to their problems. (33:35)Relevant Links:Read more about Dr. VanderhoffRead “DeWine names Dr. Bruce Vanderhoff as the Ohio Department of Health's new director”
May 12, 2022 by The Gary Bisbee Show

Understanding Current Risks, Treatments, and Prevention of COVID-19: Dr. Monica Gandhi (UCSF/ San Francisco General Hospital) and Jim Weiss (Real Chemistry Founder and Chairman)

We’re back with Dr. Monica Gandhi and our own Jim Weiss! We’ve loved checking in with these two about the current state of COVID-19, and this time, they delivered an uplifting assessment and a ton of recent data and studies to back it up.
May 12, 2022 by The Real Chemistry Podcast

Stephanie Hillman Takes a Systems Approach to Healthcare Consulting

In this episode, Joy chats with Stephanie Hillmann, the Senior Executive and Principal Owner of Prairiewood Consulting, based out of Seattle. She and Joy had a heartfelt conversation that touched on family dynamics, supporting the mental health of our youth, working to eliminate gender bias, and calling for more love and empathy in healthcare. Overall, not only does she have a wealth of knowledge, but she's also happy to share it.
May 12, 2022 by HIT Like a Girl

Inside the mind of a medical novel writer

In this episode, we talk with writer Dustin Grinnell. He takes us behind the scenes on his ideas for his books, his research process, and how he brings medical stories to life. We also delve into the realm of speculative fiction, and how that intersects with medicine, technology, and ethical dilemmas. Dustin Grinnell is a writer. He shares his story and discusses his book, The Empathy Academy. Did you enjoy today’s episode? Rate and review the show so more audiences can find The Podcast by KevinMD. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out. Reflect and earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode. Also available in Category 1 CME bundles. Powered by CMEfy - a seamless way for busy clinician learners to discover Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that reward AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Learn more at about.cmefy.com/cme-info
May 12, 2022 by The Podcast by KevinMD

DTx Rewind and Where We Go From Here

We’ve got a very special guest on this episode. In Season 2 of DTx Podcast, we will focus greater attention on the evidence and commercialization of Digital Therapeutics. To bring even more context and insights to these conversations, I'm excited to introduce my partner this season: Dr. Chandana Fitzgerald, or as you’ll hear her own name of choice - "Dr No Craic"! Don't worry, the name will be explained in this episode. Join us as we briefly rewind the past year in DTx as we discuss SPAC’s and going public, new entrants and exits in the DTx space, and much more. Chandana also asks me a few questions about the history and goal of the DTx Podcast and what we have to look forward to in season two. But before we dive in… I remember when Martin Kelly introduced me to Chandana at one of the HealthXL events about 5 years ago. Chandana was witty, sharp and fun to speak with. Chandana comes from a clinical background as a physician, and is now the Chief Medical Officer and General Manager of HealthXL. And, as you'll here in this first episode of Season 2 of DTx Podcast, she's also my clinical and commercialization partner with all the tough questions for our guests!  Links and Resources: Brian Dolan Martin Kelly Ed Cox Dan Kendall Better Therapeutics Pear Therapeutics Akili Interactive Pierre Leurent Cognito Therapeutics Digital Therapeutics Alliance Mark Sluijs Alex Therapeutics Karuna Labs Nightware Smiley Scope Host Links: Connect with Eugene Borukhovich: Twitter | LinkedIn Connect with Chandana Fitzgerald, MD: Twitter | LinkedIn Connect with YourCoach.health: Website | Twitter Check out Shot of Digital Health with Eugene and Jim Joyce: Website | Podcast App HealthXL: Website | Twitter | Join an Event Season 2 of Digital Therapeutics Podcast would not be possible without the support of leading DTx organizations. Thank you to: > Presenting Partner: Amalgam Rx > Contributing Sponsors: Akili | Big Health | Click Therapeutics | Lindus Health Follow Digital Health Today: Browse Episodes | Twitter | LinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram Follow Health Podcast Network: Browse Shows | LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram
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See You Now: How the pandemic transformed nursing and can help accelerate positive change

While the recent pandemic caused devastating loss of life and strained health systems, it also brought into sharp focus nurses’ pivotal role in healthcare and their enormous, and largely untapped potential to shape patient care, rethink how healthcare is organized, and where it’s delivered.  Moved by the unprecedented stress and strain on nurses and our health systems, Johnson & Johnson, in partnership with the American Nurses Association and the American Organization for Nursing Leadership, set out to understand the various ways that the nursing profession evolved amidst the pandemic. From the stories and data emerged the pointed Accelerating Nursing, Transforming Healthcare report -- one that offers a deeper understanding on how the pandemic transformed nursing practice and how the momentum of these innovations can steer us to a much better and preferred future of the profession. In this first of a multi episode series, we center on the Accelerating Nursing, Transforming Healthcare Report and how it coincides with the National Academy of Medicine’s Future of Nursing Reports, and The Future Today Institute’s Tech Trends Report to serve as relevant, actionable playbooks for reducing uncertainty, managing complexity, and building on the momentum of positive change emerging from the COVID pandemic to accelerate nursing and transform healthcare.  Email us at [email protected] For additional resources, visit our website at www.seeyounowpodcast.com. -| The Nurse Podcast Channel is made possible with support from IHI. Learn how IHI is transforming health care education at IHI.org -| This episode originally aired on November 11, 2021 on See You Now. Listen, follow and subscribe here.

55. The Steps to Managing Conflict in the Workplace

Did you know that having no conflict can be as bad for an organization as having constant conflict? In this episode we discuss what beneficial vs destructive conflict looks like and provide the steps for navigating conflict in a constructive and healthy way.
May 12, 2022 by Nurse Leader Network

Presenting Color Code: Dismantling Medical Racism Starts in the Classroom

Medical education is in the midst of a revolution. Students and educators want their education ingrained in antiracism and hope that by acknowledging and teaching about bias and systemic discrimination in the medical field, the next generation of doctors will be better equipped to dismantle racism within health care. STAT's “Color Code” takes a look at the groundswell of antiracism work in medicine and medical education, and explores the backlash these endeavors have received, which span from institutional repercussions to protests from hate groupsGuests:Jerrel Catlett: An MD/PhD student at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Rebecca Zhou: A peer in medical school at Mt. Sinai.Jennifer Dias: An MD candidate at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.Michelle Morse: Chief Medical Officer of the NYC Dept. of Health and Mental Hygiene.Aysha Khoury: Assistant Professor at the Morehouse School of Medicine.Read a full transcript on our website.Want more Tradeoffs? Sign up for our free weekly newsletter featuring the latest health policy research and news.Support this type of journalism today, with a gift.Follow us on Twitter.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
May 12, 2022 by Tradeoffs

Episode 60: Patient Experience

The patient experience is not a new topic for healthcare, for rural hospitals or even for this podcast. But it’s so central to what we do and it’s a little unique in the rural environment. To dive deeper into this topic, we're talking this week to Lori Strahm, Director of Patient Experience and Strategic Partnerships for Parkview Health.
May 12, 2022 by Rural Health Rising
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