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DOCSF22: Integrating the Future of Health

In this episode, Daniel Kraft, founder of Exponential Medicine and Digital.Health, and chair of the XPRIZE Pandemic & Health Alliance talks about the internet of medical things and the future of medicine. Daniel reminisces on a TedTalk about medicine’s future and ten years later, he finds that we are in a new age of digitally connected and mobile health. For him, COVID brought transformation in an accelerated way in diagnostics, therapeutics, crowdsourcing trials, and beyond. Daniel believes the future of medicine consists in bringing multiple technologies together. He talks about developing technologies like digital twins, quantum computing, 3D printing, augmented reality, virtual reality, and artificial intelligence. He points out how smartphones today have become a powerful digital tool for individuals’ health as well. He thinks of digital health as the ability to take all new data, integrate it, make sense of it, and personalize it to the individual, clinician, or healthcare system needed. Daniel argues one of the challenges for medicine is keeping up with the innovation, which is why he’s built Digital.Health as a platform to address that problem. He thinks navigating the vast amount of applications and the data created from them and smart devices are getting more complicated. He talks about how the focus should be on producing insights and integrating them into the workflow. This information can provide an improvement in interaction with patients and accessibility. Daniel speaks about digital determinants of health as a new factor to take into account to optimize prevention, diagnostics, and therapeutics. He believes all these digital tools will upscale the healthcare space to a new golden age and democratize access. Listen to what Daniel Kraft, a noted visionary and futurist, has to say about creating the future of health, medicine, and orthopedics at DOCSF. Learn about the internet of medical things and why Daniel is certain that collaboration between innovators will bring forward a new age for health!

Why we Receive Experiences We Don’t Want and How to Change This, with Author & Facilitator, Barry Nicolaou

In this week’s episode, I am joined by Barry Nicolaou, a passionate facilitator of organisational cultural synergy and Best Selling Author. In this enlightening conversation, we discuss why so many of us receive experiences that we don’t want, and how we can change our perspective to have a more positive outlook.  Barry's ability to locate and define his true purpose in assisting others began in 2015. The Inspiration Barry absorbed one fateful day at a cemetery led him to write and publish a #1 Best Selling book on Amazon. His book, The 11 Master Secrets to Business Success and Personal Fulfillment outlines the 11 areas that intersect economic freedom with personal fulfillment.  His forte is in deconstructing the layers beneath cognitive fear, indecision, subconscious paradigms, inherited thinking, habitual thinking and their intimate relationship to real-world expectations and experiences. His presentation on Gratitude Leadership for corporations and numerous mental health programs have been added to his 1-1 work, assisting businesses to take a holistic look at their culture as an 'energy' that feeds straight to the bottom line.    Tune in to this week’s episode to learn: How our beliefs define our experiences & what this means for our thoughts  What pivotal moment changed Barry’s outlook & what it means to truly live ‘your’ life The three key elements that form our decisions & how to focus only on what you can control  Where to start when you feel you have no more to give; physically, emotionally or energetically    Grab your drink of choice and join the conversation!   Sponsor Visit locumstory.com today to learn more about locum tenens and see if it’s right for you: www.locumstory.com   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 Website & New Book Information: https://barrynicolaou.com/  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/barrynicolaou/   Facebook: Barry Nicolaou  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bnicolaou/      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 www.jennifergeorge.co
September 20, 2022 by The Healthcare Provider Happy Hour

Scaling Mental Health Care with AI

Meet Alison Darcy, Ph.D.:Meet Alison Darcy, Ph.D. is the President and Founder of Woebot Health. Previously, she was an Instructor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine.  Dr. Darcy was a Senior Investigator for DSM5 Field Trials in association with the American Psychiatry Association and Stanford University. She also previously co-founded UPR-Online. Dr. Darcy received a bachelor’s and Ph.D. in Psychology from University College Dublin. Key Insights:Woebot is a digital mental health robot that patients can chat to whenever they need. Scalable Mental Healthcare. Dr. Darcy saw that there is a far greater need for mental healthcare than there are resources. This issue was further exacerbated by COVID-19. Fundamentally, mental health infrastructure isn’t scalable, which led her to found Woebot. Mental Health Ally. Woebot doesn’t replace therapy, rather its complimentary. It helps encourage self-directed mental health care and enables patients to better engage in the practices they learn during therapy sessions.Economic Headwinds. Dr. Darcy thinks health startups need to be particularly strategic about demonstrating the cost savings they can provide. This is especially challenging for preventative healthcare initiatives, which may not immediately reveal a return on investment.This episode is hosted by Tarun Kapoor, M.D. He is a member of the Advisory Council for Day Zero and is the Senior Vice President and Chief Digital Transformation Officer at Virtua Health. Relevant Links:Learn more about WoebotMeet Woebot  
September 20, 2022 by Day Zero

Myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome and long COVID

"ME/CFS is a complex multi-system illness that destroys lives (essentially killing the person yet leaving them alive).  It leaves patients with unimaginable fatigue, post-exertional malaise (meaning that minor exertion makes them feel worse), cognitive deficits, cardiovascular dysfunction, gastrointestinal malfunctions, unrefreshing sleep, pain, and much more. As a person who has lived with ME/CFS for 13 years, I urge everyone to avoid getting it at all costs.  I also want to protect people like myself from getting sick with COVID and having our illnesses worsen to even graver severities." Stephanie Marcovici is a patient advocate. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "The consequences of unmasking and ending quarantines." This episode is sponsored by the Stanford Physician Leadership Certificate Program. For the aspiring physician leader, leadership skills are one of the most important and influential traits that will elevate your overall success.    Leadership impacts nearly every aspect of your career in a complex and diverse health care system. Including how you effectively communicate and influence those around you, how you respond to conflict and make important key decisions, how you develop your team, and even how you navigate social dynamics in your workplace.    Stanford Medicine recognizes the need to foster physician leaders in health care. That is why they developed the physician leadership certificate program. This 6-month cohort-based program includes live virtual sessions, self-paced learning modules, professional coaching, a capstone project, and much more: Providing C-suite education for the non-C-suite physician leader.   They encourage all early career and aspiring physician leaders to apply. To find out more about the program or apply, visit physicianleadership.stanford.edu. 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. Click here to 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
September 20, 2022 by The Podcast by KevinMD

Natanya Wachtel Opens Up About Navigating Crisis

When life throws you a curveball, it can be hard to know what to do next. For many of us, our mental and emotional health is closely linked to our sense of purpose. When the things we thought mattered fall to the wayside, it can be a major blow to our mental well-being. In this bonus episode, Kat McDavitt sits down with Natanya Wachtel about how to navigate a personal crisis when you're expected to be at your peak professional performance. Natanya is the Founding Partner of New Solutions Network, which includes The New Solutions Factory, a customer-behavior strategy group, and the Co-Founder of evrmore.io, an AI-powered app+platform for GenZ mental wellness.
September 20, 2022 by HIT Like a Girl

Nurse Leader Network: How to Use the Just Culture Tool to Improve Workplace and Patient Safety

The RaDonda Vaught case has nurses everywhere questioning whether an the future for nurses is that unintentional actions will lead to prosecution. A big question in this case is whether Just Culture was applied. Just Culture is a key component in ensuring a culture of safety, and in this episode you will learn why you need to start using it today as well as the exact steps of how to implement the Just Culture tool. -| The Nurse Podcast Channel is made possible with support from IHI. Learn more about how IHI is transforming health care education at IHI.org -| This episode originally aired on May 5, 2022 on Nurse Leader Network. Listen, follow and subscribe here.

Emerging Femtech for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month | Oriana Papin-Zoghbi

Ovarian cancer is the deadliest gynecological cancer today. With the much-needed innovation in ovarian cancer research, it’s crucial women understand the complexity and potential for change in this disease. For Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, we spoke with Oriana Papin-Zoghbi, the CEO and Co-founder of AOA Dx. AOA Dx is a biotech company focused on early-stage ovarian cancer detection, actively spreading awareness and working toward solutions for women’s health issues. In this episode, we discuss current insights into ovarian cancer research and prognosis. Oriana shares some ovarian cancer stories and what AOA Dx is doing to help women catch the disease early. We cover the average ovarian cancer survival rate, some symptoms of ovarian cancer, and ways to advocate for better testing in women’s health. Discussed in this episode: Ovarian cancer statistics  What can women do to catch early signs of ovarian cancer? Difficulties doctors and women face in ovarian cancer diagnosis  Current diagnostic testing processes  The founding story of AOA Dx Why has it been so hard to get a diagnosis for ovarian cancer? Where AOA Dx is headed next Ways to medically advocate for yourself if you feel something’s wrong “The biggest thing I would say to women is: listen to your body. If you know that something is off, advocate for yourself. More medical testing is better— because the consequence of missing this cancer at early stages is far greater than paying for more tests.” - Oriana Papin-Zoghbi Related to this episode: Ovarian Cancer: Why Awareness is Critical and What You Need to Know More episodes on female-related cancer AOA Dx Website Follow AOA Dx on LinkedIn Follow AOA Dx on Instagram If you want to support this women’s health podcast, leave a review for Fempower Health on iTunes or Spotify. Spread the awareness and share this episode with someone you know! Support and connect with our women’s health community: Subscribe to the Fempower Health Podcast for new episodes every Tuesday Visit us online at www.fempower-health.com  Sign up for our weekly newsletter for the latest announcements, news, and research Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter Email us for inquiries & outreach: info@fempower-health.com More about Oriana: Oriana Papin-Zoghbi is the CEO and Co-Founder of AOA Dx, a YC-backed biotech company focused on early-stage ovarian cancer detection. She has a proven record in women’s health and driving product launches in new markets, including launching nationwide HPV screening in East Africa and novel diagnostics in maternal-fetal medicine. Oriana has received numerous awards in entrepreneurship for her work in women's health, including the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center MassNextGen Award and The Wave Summit's Emerging Women Founder in Bio Award. She has international experience, having both worked and lived in various geographies and has focused her career on increasing access to care for women globally.   **The information shared by Fempower Health is not medical advice but for informational purposes to enable you to have more effective conversations with your doctor. Always talk to your doctor before making health-related decisions. Additionally, the views expressed by the Fempower Health podcast guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent.** **Contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links**
September 20, 2022 by Fempower Health

Share Your Story: Joy Huber

Joy Huber is a stage 4 cancer survivor, speaker, author, blogger, and “Dose of Joy” podcast host. Joy endured three years of chemotherapy suffering complete hair loss in her 30s. During her cancer journey Joy realized, “While no one’s happy they have cancer, you can have cancer and still be happy.” 2:00: My diagnosis was in March of 2010. 04:32: I had noticed kinds of these lumps or bulges. 07:27: I need to set you up with the ear nose and throat specialist. 10:02: Even if you love your doctor, you should get a second opinion when it comes to cancer. 12:41: What's challenging is they'll needle through the skin. 14:56: It’s not uncommon for someone to get a port.  17:01: What were you doing for work at that time?  20:03: How many treatments you were supposed to have?  22:15: Lymphomas tend to recur relapse and come back.  24:07: I had to do chemotherapy and his funeral within 48 hours.  27:18: What was your best moment?  30:32: I'm 33, but all my hair is gone.  32:34: People have different reactions when they hear the word cancer.  33:16: What is the one thing you wish you had known at the very beginning of your cancer journey?  34:09: If you could only do one thing to improve healthcare in the U.S., what would it be and why? 36:19: Thriver Rapid Fire Questions.  39:32: Aside from Cancer U, what is one resource you would recommend for cancer patients and caregivers?  Resources Dose of Joy Facebook pageDose of Joy Podcast on SpotifyEmail Joy  
September 20, 2022 by Cancer U Thrivers Podcast

The Patient Orator, with Kistein Monkhouse, MPA

A recent study showed that it takes a doctor 11 seconds to interrupt a patient. My guest today is Kistein Monkhouse, a public health expert and patient advocate advocating for health equity. She is the CEO and founder of Patient Orator, a HIPAA-compliant digital health mobile app that improves how people talk to doctors and how doctors talk to people. Kistein speaks softly but carries a big stick and, with her immigrant backstory, demonstrates the power of perseverance, empathy, and entrepreneurship to make a dent in the universe for the patient community. Please enjoy this extraordinarily authentic conversation.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
September 20, 2022 by Out of Patients with Matthew Zachary

Monument Health: How Automation and AI Can Support Your Physicians More Effectively

How is Intermountain Healthcare thinking about Patient Room ‘Next’? How can automation and AI help you support your physicians more effectively? Stephanie Lahr, CIO of Monument Health joins Bill Russell to discuss. Neteera’s Digital Nursing Assistant streamlines clinical workflows to drive adoption and impact care. The technology enables nurses to address other important issues and reallocates their time therefore decreasing burnout and increasing retention. Artisight is an IoT sensor network that not only uses AI to analyze data, it uniquely uses AI to generate new and previously inaccessible data sets to vastly improve organizational operations and financial performance. https://www.siriuscom.com/solutions/sirius-healthcare/future-of-care/ (https://www.siriuscom.com/solutions/sirius-healthcare/future-of-care/) https://neteera.com/use-cases/ (https://neteera.com/use-cases/) https://www.artisight.com/ (https://www.artisight.com) This is episode 3 of 5 in our series Patient Room ‘Next’. Other guests include Billy Prows, VP at Intermountain and Fred Holston, Director of Healthcare at Sirius Healthcare (A CDW company). Stay tuned for more. Sign up for our webinar:https://thisweekhealth.com/briefing_campaigns/patient-room-next-improving-care-efficiency/ ( Patient Room 'Next': Improving Care Efficiency) - Thursday September 29, 2022: 1pm ET / 10am PT
September 20, 2022 by This Week In Health IT

Meet our Career Success Coach Anj Di Falco

Contrary to popular belief, your career as a nurse is not as predictable as you may think. In this episode with Career Success Coach Anj Di Falco, we draw inspiration from her path from being an EN, transitioning to RN, and now working as a coach within our GCLP and ASP programs!  Anj joined our CCAP program in Jan 2022 feeling stuck and misaligned in her nursing career, unsure where to go next. With over 16 years’ experience, she worked with me to find her career why, learn how to self-coach and started seeing massive shifts in her life and her career, as a result of the CCAP program.  Fast forward 8 months and Anj now works as a career success coach within all of our programs, sharing her amazing experience with our nursing clients – all 16 years of it!! I wanted to introduce you to Anj so that you could see how amazing she is and how valuable her insights, support and coaching may be for you!  Together we are committed to helping all nurses thrive within their careers and this is only the beginning of us building our nurse coach empire!  Make sure you reach out to Anj via the email below and tell her what you learnt in the podcast!  We will see you in coaching!  Key takeaways: Introducing Anj Di Falco and her nursing journey - 00:40  Learnings and challenges as an agency EN - 04:00 Accepting a transformational role and experiencing positive impact in the workplace - 07:22 What was it like transitioning from EN to RN - 09:20 Breaking the rules - Views in doing a graduate program - 12:10 Feeling stuck and moving on to CCAP - 13:53 Applying coaching in the everyday life - 17:01 Fast forward to working as a coach and joining LCC - 19:36 What should people hear to consider coaching - 23:03 What are the benefits when people come to coaching? - 25:49 Anj’s Career Why - life by design - 28:01 Connect with Anj Di Falco gclp@liamcaswell.com CONNECT WITH LIAM CASWELL COACHING  Follow @highperformancenursing on Instagram for the latest career and leadership coaching from Liam.  Click here to Join my private Facebook Community "High-Performance Nursing - How to build your healthcare career" where I share all the career tips and strategies to thrive within your career. All new joins receive my Career freebies that have helped hundreds of nurses succeed in their careers! (You must answer all questions to be admitted). Subscribe and listen to the High Performance Nursing Podcast available on all major podcast platforms! I would love if you could leave a review! Join the HPN Membership Waitlist! 
September 19, 2022 by High Performance Nursing

MM: Be Unique: Marketing for Healthcare Costumers with Mansi Shah, CEO, and Co-founder of the Functional Wellness Network

In marketing, you really need to ask yourself: what makes your practice unique? In this episode of Marketing Mondays, we are joined by Dr. Mansi Shah, a gut health guru, business systems coach, CEO, and co-founder of the Functional Wellness Network. She talks about how wanting to practice with freedom led her to create her own system and her own whole gut health protocol. This decision led to fruitful results, creating the blueprint for new marketing systems for doctors and practitioners. She explains how her marketing system is based on attraction, presenting herself as a stand-out figure through her unique identity, establishing her as an authority for a specific niche. She discusses why healthcare is moving towards holistic medicine and wellness, and also speaks about finding the right fit before working in marketing with healthcare clients. Tune in to this episode to learn about the future of health and wellness marketing!  Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health
September 19, 2022 by Outcomes Rocket

288 – Why Don’t Most Australian and New Zealand Healthcare Organisations Trust Their Data – Andrew Aho, InterSystems

In this episode, you will learn the results conducted by InterSystems and its partners regarding how data and analytics can be powerful tools in healthcare. Seeing insights from the health care executive on the current status of data quality and its uses.
September 19, 2022 by Talking HealthTech

Navigating the Talent Crisis ft. Alan Shoebridge

Whether we are talking about the Great Resignation or the Great Reshuffling, retaining and growing your team should always be a top priority for leaders. Talent and people are the greatest assets we have. As we look into the broader staffing crisis in healthcare, whether you're on the business or clinical side, you've got to be thinking about your own teams and how to keep them motivated and engaged. Alan Shoebridge, Chief Communications Officer at Providence Oregon, shares insightful perspectives for healthcare leaders challenged with growing their teams and retaining their staff. Learn from Alan and host Chris Hemphill about strategies and real world applications of navigating the talent crisis while building a solid foundation for growth. This conversation is brought to you by Actium Health in partnership with the Forum for Healthcare Strategists.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
September 19, 2022 by Hello Healthcare

111. Reimagining Policing with the Columbus Safety Collective

Dan Skinner talks with Stephen David and Alwiyah Shariff with the Columbus Safety Collective to reimagine what public safety could look like in Columbus. The effort focuses on community members and their expertise in collective care as a non-police alternative response. Show notes at prognosisohio.com.
September 19, 2022 by Prognosis Ohio

Surviving vs. Thriving: Social Determinants of Wellness

Does your environment affect your health and wellbeing? Explore what prevents you from bringing your whole self to work, school and your personal relationships. Experts weigh in on the question: Can you thrive if your mental and physical health aren’t in sync? 

#22, Marina & Eugene Borukhovich, YourCoach Health

Marina & Eugene Borukhovich from YourCoach Health discuss their recent partnership with Twill (formerly Happify Health), the strengths of founding a business with your life partner, and how health coaches bridge the gap between digital health solutions and patients who want to live healthier, happier lives.
September 19, 2022 by AWS Health Innovation Podcast

Powering the Business of Health with Kevin Riley

Episode Sponsor: --- This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: https://www.catalysthealthtech.com/ (CLICK HERE) --- Episode Resources: --- Connected Health Consumer Report: https://www.salesforce.com/resources/articles/trusted-healthcare/?%20d=7013y0000022cAJAAYandnc=7013y0000022cAOAAYandutm_source=mike-%20biselliandutm_medium=paid_socialandutm_campaign=amer_ihlsandutm_content=_7013y0000022cAJAAYandutm_term=andsoc=a%20mer_mike-biselli (CLICK HERE) Business of Health: https://www.salesforce.com/resources/healthcare-life-sciences/business-of-health/?d=7013y0000022cAEAAYandnc=7013y0000022cA4AAIandutm_source=mike-biselliandutm_medium=paid_socialandutm_campaign=amer_ihlsandutm_content=_7013y0000022cAEAAYandutm_term=andsoc=amer_mike-biselli (CLICK HERE) Virtual Healthcare Master Class Webinar: https://www.salesforce.com/resources/videos/virtual-healthcare-master-class/?d=7013y0000022cAKAAYandnc=7013y0000022cA5AAIandutm_source=mike-biselliandutm_medium=paid_socialandutm_campaign=amer_ihlsandutm_content=_7013y0000022cAKAAYandutm_term=andsoc=amer_mike-biselli (CLICK HERE) --- Episode Overview: Due to healthcare’s systemic and intractable challenges and needs, digital transformation is now widely recognized as the conduit to meet those challenges we face and the patients we serve. Fortunately, some inspiring leaders and organizations are answering the call! Our next guest is helping lead the pack! Kevin Riley, Chief Customer Officer and Senior Vice President for Healthcare and Lifesciences at Salesforce, joins us to discuss his company’s efforts of powering the business of health by helping the healthcare and life sciences industries reshape how they operate and collaborate for better outcomes. Additionally, Kevin shares his journey of becoming a senior leader at Salesforce, including creating the widely respected modelh strategic framework to build better healthcare businesses. Lastly, Kevin discusses the key findings from his company's recently published Connected Health Consumer Report. Join us for this timely, informative, and inspiring conversation to learn how Kevin and the Salesforce team are supporting a global movement of healthcare trailblazers to inspire and drive change. Let's go! Episode Highlights: Kevin’s improbable journey into healthcare and innovation Getting out of the building and talking to customers Being committed to equity and sustainability in the healthcare industry Highlights from Salesforce’s Connected Health Consumer Report What Kevin and the team are driving with Salesforce Health Cloud How Kevin and the team are delivering personalized digital experiences How the modelh strategic framework came to be and how to access it About Our Guest: Kevin Riley is an entrepreneur, executive, and business model innovator who created the modelH strategic framework to build better healthcare businesses. Over the course of his career, he has applied his skills and deep industry experience to startups and legacy companies across the healthcare industry. Currently, Kevin leads products for healthcare and life sciences at Salesforce. Before Salesforce, he was the founder and CEO of a national healthcare retail company, and held leadership roles for several national retail health startups. He served as the first Chief Innovation Officer for a major insurance plan. Kevin has also founded and sold multiple innovative health-focused companies. Kevin holds a Master of Business in entrepreneurship and marketing from Rice University. Links Supporting This Episode: ModelH Creative Commons: https://www.behance.net/kevineriley (CLICK HERE) Trailhead “Jobs to Be Done Framework for Designers”: https://trailhead.salesforce.com/content/learn/modules/jobs-to-be-done-framework-for-designers (CLICK HERE) Salesforce website:...

4 steps to de-escalate hostile people

"The boundaries of unacceptable behavior have eroded in the past few years. Politicians, law enforcement, movie stars, health care providers, the health care system, and society, in general, are all acting badly occasionally. I’m amazed but no longer surprised every time it happens. Patients and family members behaving badly have captured headlines lately. I’m sad that in addition to Code Blue and Code Red, my hospital now has a Code Purple, indicating out-of-control parents. And I’m saddened that now, teaching residents how to deal with unruly people is a routine part of my curriculum." Ann F. Beach is a pediatric hospitalist. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "People behaving badly: 4 steps to de-escalate hostile people." This episode is sponsored by the Stanford Physician Leadership Certificate Program. For the aspiring physician leader, leadership skills are one of the most important and influential traits that will elevate your overall success.  Leadership impacts nearly every aspect of your career in a complex and diverse health care system. Including how you effectively communicate and influence those around you, how you respond to conflict and make important key decisions, how you develop your team, and even how you navigate social dynamics in your workplace. Stanford Medicine recognizes the need to foster physician leaders in health care. That is why they developed the physician leadership certificate program. This 6-month cohort-based program includes live virtual sessions, self-paced learning modules, professional coaching, a capstone project, and much more: Providing C-suite education for the non-C-suite physician leader. They encourage all early career and aspiring physician leaders to apply. To find out more about the program or apply, visit physicianleadership.stanford.edu. 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. Click here to 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
September 19, 2022 by The Podcast by KevinMD

Episode 128: Dr Alan HB Wu – A Mission To Bring Laboratory Medicine To Television and Film

Today my guest is Professor of Laboratory Medicine Dr Alan HB Wu What we discuss with Dr Wu: How he became interested in clinical chemistry and analytical chemistry His post doctoral work and mentors How he became interested in toxicology and teaching How he got started in writing and his writing process His six books of short stories about laboratory medicine  The plan to create a movie based on his book Mind Portal His further plan to create a television show focused on laboratorians Links for this episode: Health Podcast Network  LabVine Learning The ConfLab from LabVine Dress A Med scrubs   Dr Alan Wu website Dr Wu's books on Amazon Dr Wu on the Off The Bench podcast   People of Pathology Podcast: Website Twitter
September 19, 2022 by People of Pathology Podcast

386: Cycle of Grief with Dr. Debbie Bradley

When staring burnout straight in the face, we can sometimes feel the push to jump off of the ledge and leave medicine in the dust.  So why don’t we? In this episode, I chat with the amazing Dr. Debbie Bradley and her experience with walking away from medicine and her shift into something that brought her so much more gratification. However, the process of walking away from a practice that you’ve been invested in for years is never easy and it is one that I often equate to the cycle of grief. For many of us, medicine is something that we’ve devoted a large chunk of our lives to, and the idea of leaving that behind - although it is gratifying - comes with a bit of a mourning process as we say goodbye and transition to the next chapter. By allowing ourselves to experience the cycle of grief and feel all the feels that it brings with it, you open the door to finding your identity in who you actually are as opposed to what you’re doing. As doctors, we have to identify ourselves without our practice and that is very difficult after you have dedicated your time to becoming a doctor in your field of practice.  Drawing a boundary for what is best for you and your mental, physical, and emotional health can be hard especially when it’s with something that you’ve dedicated your career to. But, that’s OK. Hard doesn’t make it wrong, hard is part of life. You will always take your experiences and knowledge with you to the next chapter and it will never completely leave you. The other difficult component of being a physician and deciding to take a stand for yourself to move forward to the next best thing is often found in how it will impact others. Who will care for your patients? What about your team? These are difficult pills to swallow when you’re trying to do the best thing for you, but we have to continue to remind ourselves that we’ve served and will continue to serve others as doctors in whatever area we go to and it’s OK to leave people pleasing in the past and do what’s best for you.  When you can show up as the best version of yourself and embrace your identity after overcoming the cycle of grief and the fear of failure, that is when you can be empowered to do your best work and advance the field of medicine.  “I am the CEO of my life.” Dr. Debbie Bradley In this episode: [02:35] Welcome to the show, Dr. Debbie Bradley! [03:34] She shares her background and what lights her up. [04:34] She discusses her journey to where she is today. [10:14] Dr. Bradley believes that women physicians are not good at knowing their worth. [11:16] As long as she can remember she wanted to be a doctor, so thinking of doing something caused fear to surface. [14:18] “Hard doesn’t make it wrong, hard is just a part of life.” [15:53] Dr. Bradley talks about going through a period of anger when she resigned from clinical medicine. [18:38] She discusses the feelings that surfaced like guilt and shame. [21:13] She believes that in med school you are conditioned to be people pleasers. [24:34] She shares how she feels about leaving clinical medicine as her end date approaches. [28:42] She talks about what she thinks her next chapter will look like. [32:05] She discusses her experience with the BadAss Group. [35:46] Dr. Bradley gives shout-outs to the coaches and friends who have helped her along the way. [39:11] If anyone is thinking about industry check out Dr. Nerissa. [40:38] Thank you for listening! Links and Resources The Pharma IndustryMD Coach Connect with Dr. Debbie Bradley Debbie Bradley MD Dr. Debbie Bradley Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn 3 WAYS TO GET INCREDIBLE HELP AT A LOW-COST!!! Buy my Kindle Book,Doctor Me First, on Amazon Join us for our Monthly Burnout Masterclass Series. Come sit with me in the Badass Collective Slack Group.
September 19, 2022 by Doctor Me First Podcast

How to Price Your Products and Services Ethically

Tune in this week to discover how to ethically price your products and services in a way that makes you money, keeps your clients coming back, and allows your business to thrive. I’m sharing the role that profit plays in ethical pricing, and how these pricing decisions are ultimately what help you continue to serve people every day. Get full show notes and more information here: https://entremd.com/257
September 19, 2022 by The EntreMD Podcast
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