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Right now, thousands of people are suffering with unexplained health issues. They're left to treat the symptoms instead of figuring out what's causing the problem. This podcast is about finding the answers to those health mysteries. Host, Inna Topiler is a Clinical Nutritionist but most of her patients consider her a health detective. Each week, she shares one of their cases, discusses it with a top health expert, and reveals how she got to the root of the problem and solved their health mys ...
 
Stressed-out parent? Need a little help? Project Parenthood is your weekly guide to raising your kids with empathy while taking care of yourself, too. Host Dr. Nanika Coor is a clinical psychologist and respectful parenting advocate. She'll help you get a handle on toddler emotions, discipline your teens without punishment, and create more peace and collaboration in your home--all in just ten minutes a week.
 
Our team is comprised of extremely talented and successful dental professionals who are all still working in the trenches in dentistry. We are incredibly unique in that we approach every aspect of the practice: hygiene, administration, clinical and even the doctor. We offer programs of all shapes and sizes, from online courses or in-office sessions, to private seminars and coaching programs. www.TheTeamTrainingInstitute.com
 
Published author and mother of five, Seren Charrington-Hollins talks about the art of embracing imperfection and freeing up creativity.Tackling topics such as how to become a creative parent, how to feed your own creativity and how to embrace the creative process; this podcast is all about stepping off the treadmill of life, taking a deep breath and becoming mindful, creative and mindfully free. Seren Charrington-Hollins explains the importance of creativity in problem solving, longevity and ...
 
Tara Humphrey looks behind-the-scenes at the business side of healthcare by talking to NHS and private healthcare leaders. And, throughout this podcast, she also shares her own project management and leadership insights. Tara has an MBA in Healthcare Leadership and Management and Leadership. She is the Founder and the Managing Director of THC Primary Care a leading healthcare consultancy.
 
This podcast explores the perspectives, insights and journeys of innovators & entrepreneurs who combined creative thinking and hard work to go beyond the expected. The podcast is powered by the Entrepreneurs Genome Project, which consists of research conducted by the Entrepreneurs Lab class taught by Ted Zoller, T.W. Lewis Clinical Professor and director of the Entrepreneurship Center at the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School. For More Info: http://innovate.unc.edu/podcast/
 
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Today, burnout among dentists and their teams is at an all-time high. For that reason ... ... you might think that now is the wrong time to drive change in your practice. However. The right kind of change may save your practice from burnout. Without losing patient flow, team members or profitability. That's the subject of our latest Double Your Pro…
 
https://clinicalproblemsolving.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/RTP_VMR_IMG_PartTwo_FINAL.mp3 CPSolvers team members–Rafael Medina (lead organizer),Valeria Roldán, Gabriel Talledo, and Andrea Guzman facilitate a conversation with Drs. Gallo and Singh who shared authentic, practical, and inspirational insight into the IMG journey to apply to residency…
 
This week on The Business of Healthcare Podcast I wanted to discuss the importance of making time to meet with your team even when you feel like there is no time. A few of the questions that I discuss 👇 What is the importance of getting more time to talk to get to know each other? What do you prioritise? When we come together as a team, I have some…
 
https://clinicalproblemsolving.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/VMR_IMG_PartOne-RTP.mp3 CPSolvers team members–Rafael Medina (lead organizer),Valeria Roldán, Gabriel Talledo, and Andrea Guzman facilitate a conversation with Drs. Gallo and Singh who shared authentic, practical, and inspirational insight into the IMG journey to apply to residency in th…
 
Finding it difficult to use respectful parenting tools? If your relationship with your child is adversarial, you may need to repair your relationship first. Dr. Nanika Coor offers tips for repairing your bond to help lay the foundation for respectful parenting tools. Read the companion article on Quick and Dirty Tips. Check out all the Quick and Di…
 
The Case: Denise has Hashimoto’s and hypothyroidism and has been trying to balance her thyroid for years. She tried Synthroid, Levothyoxine and Armour but these left her feeling ‘off’. It seemed impossible to find something that would get her T4, T3 and TSH levels into range and give her ample energy. I knew that while she was on the right track, w…
 
Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast episode 172 where I have the pleasure of speaking with Ziad Laklouk Ziad is a pharmacist, and he also holds a position at Soar Beyond. In this interview, Ziad shares his pharmacy journey and what led him into working in primary care networks and for Soar Beyond which is a private organisation provi…
 
#171 Understanding the context you work within So in this podcast, I just wanted to really briefly give my take on why it's so important we really understand and study the context that we work within. We are all the centre of our own universe and we all want people to do what we want them to do and sometimes we forget that we are working in a compl…
 
https://clinicalproblemsolving.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/ARM-Ep-11-RTP.mp3 CPSolvers: Anti-Racism in Medicine Series Episode 11: Racism, Redlining, and the Path Towards Reconciliation Show Notes by Sud Krishnamurthy, Michelle Ogunwole, Chioma Onuoha October 12th, 2021 Summary: This episode is part of a 3-part series on Race, Place, and Health.…
 
Indigenous Peoples' Day acknowledges the resilience and contributions of Indigenous Peoples and culture. Dr. Coor interviews Lorraine Brave from The National Indian Child Welfare Association about the Positive Indian Parenting Program and the unique experiences of Indigenous Peoples in the United States. Read the companion article on Quick and Dirt…
 
According to American Cancer Society researchers, in the United States in 2021, there will be an estimated 281,550 new cases of invasive breast cancer diagnosed in women.*Finding breast cancer early and getting state-of-the-art cancer treatment are the most important strategies to prevent deaths from breast cancer. Breast cancer that’s found early,…
 
Welcome back to the Business of Healthcare Podcast – where I had the absolute pleasure of interviewing Neil Baulita. Neil is a NHS Governor, Co-Chairman LGBTQ network and Sexual Well-Being Specialist at King’s College NHS Foundation Hospital. A Writer, Speaker, Human Rights Activist and Health Equity campaigner. We had a very open and honest conver…
 
https://clinicalproblemsolving.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/NeuroVMR10.07-RTP.mp3 We continue our campaign to #EndNeurophobia, with the help of Dr. Aaron Berkowitz. This time, Gabriela presents a case of impairment of speech to Gabriel and Valeria. Neurology DDx Schema Want to test your learning? Take our Episode Quiz Gabriela Pucci Gabriela has …
 
BH169 – Demand, Capacity & Variation In this short solo episode, I am going to be talking about Demand, Capacity & Variation which was inspired from a session I attended recently. Sometimes that means saying no, sometimes that's investing, also thinking about when does it need to be a standard operating procedure? When do we need to just trust peop…
 
Ever feel like dropping all insurance? For some doctors, it can be the right thing to do. But others ... it’s not. Especially if you drop a carrier based on emotional decisions instead of hard data. So, how can you make the right choices about insurance? Without risking a loss of patient flow, production and profitability? That's the subject of our…
 
Did you know that how a baby's caregivers communicate with them not only impacts brain development but also how they go on to behave in relationships in the future? Dr. Nanika Coor explains how respectful communication can positively impact your current relationship with your child and their future relationships. Read the companion article on Quick…
 
The Case: Mara has sleep issues, anxiety and overall malaise. She struggles with vitamins, supplements and detoxes as they leave her feeling worse. Multiple experts tried to tell her it was part of the process, but she never got better. The Investigation I have many clients who tell me they are very sensitive to supplements and we have to pay close…
 
BH168 Always Looking Forward with Matthew Cleevely from 10to8 In today's episode I had the pleasure of talking with Matthew Cleevely from 10to8 which is a company who specialise in appointment scheduling who work across multiple industries but do a lot of work within the NHS. We discuss who are 10to8 and what they deliver to their clients, their un…
 
#167 Finding the factors that support your success In this solo episode, I am going to be talking about finding the factors that support your success. So for those of you that are new to listening or regular listeners, I would class myself as a very practical and very logical person and the advice that people share on the podcast is also very pract…
 
Having a tough time shifting to respectful parenting practices? Dr. Nanika Coor gives tips for validating your child in ways that cultivate mutual respect, strengthens trust, and inspires voluntary cooperation. Read the companion article on Quick and Dirty Tips. Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows. Subscribe to the newsletter for more pare…
 
“More than 50% of cancer survivors report problems paying medical bills, financial distress, or delaying and/or forgoing medical care in the past year.”*The financial burden of cancer can affect survivors for years. And it can affect anyone: a cancer diagnosis as a young adult can have financial ramifications that can change the course of a person’…
 
In today's episode I had the pleasure of talking with Dr Lia Hunter, Lia has over 25 years experience in the pharmaceutical and bio-pharmaceutical industry and is the Founder & Managing Director of CGX Training and Clinnovate Ltd. Lia is a clinical research associate and lead and also works in project management. Lia and her team will make sure the…
 
https://clinicalproblemsolving.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/HDX-9_23-RTP.mp3 Alec presents a case of abdominal pain and hematochezia to Laura, Stef, and Jack. Laura Geiszler Laura Geiszler is a third-year Internal Medicine resident at Lankenau Medical Center in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania. Laura completed her medical school at Philadelphia College of…
 
#165 How to enhance your recruitment & retention In this solo episode, I am going to be talking with you and sharing with you, my experiences and lessons learned in recruiting and retention. I wanted to have a discussion around recruitment, and I believe that whether you find it easy to recruit, or you are finding recruitment challenging at the mom…
 
No matter how chill you or your child is, at some point you’re going to get very angry about something your child has said or done. Dr. Nanika Coor explains how to manage everyday anger as a parent and how to know if your anger has become problematic. Read the transcript. Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows. Subscribe to the newsletter for…
 
The Case: Eliana is dealing with stubborn weight issues. She’s also experiencing bloating and weight gain around her period. She worked with several dieticians and found that a calorie restricted diet did reduce her weight but it wasn’t sustainable and left her feeling tired. The Investigation Eliana’s challenge is a common one. Many women find tha…
 
https://clinicalproblemsolving.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/9.16.21-WDx-RTP.mp3 Dr. Titer, Dr. Williams, Maani and Lindsey discuss macro/microaggressions in the clinical setting. Dr. KeAndrea Titer Dr. KeAndrea Titer is an Assistant Professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine at University of Alabama at Birmingham. She was born and rai…
 
Today on the Business of Healthcare Podcast I speak to Elliott Engers who is the Co Founder and CEO at Infinity Health who are a task management platform for staff to share and coordinate care in real time, they are a startup and this idea, and this product has been 10 years in the making. Thank you so much Elliott for taking the time to record thi…
 
163 Why Consistency Is The Key To Your Success In this weeks episode I wanted to talk to you about the importance and the benefits of being consistent, and to raise the question with you around what areas of your business, work or services you could look at to create some more consistent habits and systems for people to follow? I think consistency …
 
Did you know? For every $1 in production you're getting now ... ... there's another $1.40 waiting for you. To get it, simply put your overdue patients on the schedule! That's according to stats from Dental Intelligence. Now. How do you get those overdue patients to schedule? That's the subject of our latest Double Your Production Podcast. Why a 140…
 
What's the best way to educate your child about their neurodevelopmental diagnosis? Dr. Nanika Coor gives 7 tips for talking with neurodiverse kids about their diagnosis in a way that focuses on their strengths and abilities. Read the transcript. Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows. Subscribe to the newsletter for more parenting tips. Join…
 
162 - Clare Vale Let the results speak for themselves Today on the Business of Healthcare Podcast I speak to Clare Vale who is the Managing Director at Sign Solutions. Claire is an accountant by background and moved into the Managing Director role. She shares with us her journey and gave us a lesson and a behind the scenes of how to write successfu…
 
The St. Baldrick's Foundation, the largest charitable funder of childhood cancer research grants, and the American Cancer Society, a health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer, formed a partnership in 2019 to fund grants that will accelerate childhood cancer research with the goals of understanding and discovering new treatment options and…
 
161 How to get out of your own way We all turn to trusted colleagues or friends for advice, but sometimes we want real advice, not just to be told how brilliant we are. When you find those colleagues it’s their advice that will push you to being a better leader and help you go in the right direction. Today I’m talking about how you don’t have to do…
 
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