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Catie Harris, PhD, MBA, and Registered Nurse is the NursePreneur Mentor who has empowered hundreds of nurses to monetize their knowledge and skills in business, while inspiring them to change the way healthcare is perceived and delivered. The NursePreneur Podcast is about Business + Marketing businesses that nurses have created. Learn more: http://www.CatieHarris.com
 
The IPractitioner Podcast is the leading on-the-go resource for the latest news, trends, and strategies in the world of integrative medicine. Tune in for exclusive interviews and insights from a wide spectrum of top integrative practitioners and thought leaders as they delve in to what’s new in brain health, mind-body medicine, the microbiome, integrative nursing, and more, plus hear case studies, practice management tips, and Q&A with experts helping integrative healthcare professionals sol ...
 
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Where Nurses, healthcare professionals and consumers hear from inspirational Nurse Coaches who are leading the way in health and wellness coaching. Listen to innovative Nurses who are shifting the paradigm of disease care to HEALTH care through the art and science of Nurse Coaching.
 
Anyone who has been through breast cancer and breast cancer treatment knows it’s not over the day you ring the chemo bell. All too often there are ongoing health deficits and problems that go on for months or even years after oncology treatment. As more and more women and men are living with breast cancer as a chronic disease there is a need for integrative care that combines the best of conventional medical treatment and natural and complementary medicine that address not only oncology trea ...
 
Maraya welcomes you as the founder and CEO of Beyond The Red Tent and The Women’s Vibrancy Code. We are all women, mothers, wives, grandmothers, business owners, dreamers. We deserve to feel and fully express our power, to feel hopeful about our future and clearly see the roadmap to feeling deeply connected with our body, career, abundance and love. The Women’s Vibrancy Code podcast is your home if you are looking for answers Mind/Body/Spirit to once and for all address your energy, hormones ...
 
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Dorothy Larkin, PhD, RN, and Mary Loughran, RN, MSN, AHN-BC, join Integrative Practitioner associate editor, Avery St. Onge to discuss how front-line nurses and their mental health can be supported during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Dr. Larkin and Mary explain how they helped transform post-traumatic stress disorder into post-traumatic stress g…
 
Our guest Kristen Reed is the founder of Nursing Your Way to Wellness. Starting her career in PT, Kristen experienced a traumatic accident that changed her life and career path leading her to nursing. Spending much of her healthcare career as a travel nurse, Kristen eventually landed in Boston where she started her business. With an increasing pass…
 
Even though women are the backbone of the healthcare system in the U.S., comprising 77% of the patient-facing workforce, studies have shown they're not paid or promoted equitably and this gender equity problem extends to medical education as well. On today’s episode of Raise the Line, you’ll hear from someone who is focused on turning this around. …
 
Our guest this week is author, MSN, FNP and founder of Integrative Family Medicine, Dani Williamson. Originally studying fashion, Dani did not pursue a degree in nursing until after her divorice, which inspired her to go back to school and study nursing. With experiences as a Doula and a passion to help others, Dani went to school on food stamps, e…
 
“The nursing workforce is truly the backbone of the healthcare delivery system,” observes today's guest, Dr. Michelle Cummings, who has straddled clinical nursing and the nursing academic world for the past 20 years. “Many people don't realize that there are four times as many nurses as there are doctors, and by 2030, we will need more than 1.3 mil…
 
Tara Scott, MD, joins Integrative Practitioner associate editor, Avery St. Onge to discuss hormone therapy and breast cancer prevention. Dr. Scott explains how medicine must shift its focus from early detection of breast cancer to prevention. She also talks about hormone therapy, the evidence behind it and its risks. This episode is sponsored by Ru…
 
Meg Jordan, PhD, RN, NBC-HWC, joins Integrative Practitioner associate editor, Avery St. Onge, to discuss the importance of cultural awareness in health coaching. Dr. Jordan details the social determinants of health, particularly in relation to the novel coronavirus pandemic, and how health coaches can improve patient care by facilitating an open d…
 
Early on in his psychiatry career, Dr. David Mou found to his surprise that most mental health professionals didn’t prioritize using data to measure outcomes. Today, he attributes much of the early success of Cerebral -- the new and fast-growing mental telehealth company he helps lead -- to its data-driven approach to supporting quality of care. “T…
 
Having energy means you can pour more of yourself into your life and be more present for your family and friends. Unfortunately, many women struggle with fatigue which impacts the quality of their lives. On this episode of The Woman’s Vibrancy Code, your host Maraya Brown will talk about ways to optimize your health and energy by stabilizing blood …
 
Alison Armstrong has spent years studying and creating transformative programs for adults that help men and women better understand and communicate with each other. On this episode Maraya and Alison discuss how women can be a supportive community for each other, understand differences in how we communicate with one another, and women's cycles and c…
 
Women often feel disconnected from themselves, exhausted, stressed, and burnt out. In this podcast episode, Maraya discusses why hormone imbalance can be the culprit to many of these common issues and encourages you to find answers to any issues you may be experiencing. Tune in to hear more on what specific hormones do for your body, and how they a…
 
Welcome to The Women’s Vibrancy Code Podcast. Your host is Maraya Brown, Yale-educated, Functional Medicine trained Certified Nurse Midwife turned online Women's Health Expert. She has been serving women since 2000 and finished her Masters in Nursing at Yale University in 2007. As Maraya managed the women's health in clinics, she often heard from w…
 
Kara Fitzgerald, ND, IFMP, joins Integrative Practitioner associate editor, Avery St. Onge, to discuss the growing research on DNA methylation and how it’s used to determine biological age. Dr. Fitzgerald talks about her recent study which explores the connection between biological age reversal and diet and lifestyle changes. This episode is sponso…
 
Dr. Isaac Eliaz begins his work from a place of contemplation. “Nothing is solid. Nothing stays the same,” he tells host Dr. Rishi Desai. He has focused in part on Galectin-3, which he calls the survivor protein, for its role shielding cells that decide “I’m not going to die”—cancerous cells. Yet, whether he’s operating at the level of one of the 5…
 
Richard Horowitz, MD, joins Integrative Practitioner associate editor, Avery St. Onge, to discuss COVID-19 Long Haul Syndrome, its symptoms, how its diagnosed as well as current and future treatments for the condition. Dr. Horowitz, who specializes in treating Lyme disease and other tick-borne disorders, draws parallels between Post-COVID-19 and ch…
 
Our first guest of 2022 is Coach Tiffany North, RN, founder of https://www.coachtiffanyrn.com/. Deciding to become a nurse for the diversity, Tiffany pursued a healthcare career where she worked in several roles. From Nuero-ICU to case management and everything in-between, the diversity that Tiffany once loved began to cause her physical pain and b…
 
“It's astonishing how many health-related questions are asked on Google every day,” observes Dr. Geoffrey Rutledge. “What we set out to do at HealthTap was create a place where people could get trusted answers.” On this episode of Raise the Line, learn about Dr. Rutledge's longstanding interest in the potential of technology to assist in healthcare…
 
“It's interesting that it's called coaching,” says expert leadership coach Simmi Singh. “I think of it more as learning to be a better student of myself, and learning to be the mirror that others can use to learn about themselves.” Tune in to this episode of Raise the Line for a fascinating discussion with Singh and host Dr. Rishi Desai on how we c…
 
Melinda Ring, MD, joins Integrative Practitioner associate editor, Avery St. Onge, to discuss the importance of culinary medicine. Dr. Ring describes a lack of nutrition education among health professionals and ways to start incorporating culinary medicine into patient care. This episode is sponsored by Rupa Health and brought to you in part by the…
 
Aly Cohen, MD, FACR, joins Integrative Practitioner associate editor, Avery St. Onge, to discuss the growing number of contaminates found in U.S. drinking water and the dangers of drinking from plastic water bottles. Dr. Cohen offers advice on how to avoid these contaminates as well as alternatives to plastic water bottles. This episode is sponsore…
 
James Gordon, MD, practitioner, teacher, and advocate of integrative health, joins Integrative Practitioner associate editor, Avery St. Onge, to discuss mind-body techniques for healing trauma. Dr. Gordon details mind-body processes that help transform the overwhelming feelings provoked by trauma into an opportunity for personal growth. This episod…
 
Roberta Stanhope, ARNP, PMH, CNS, BC, PLLC, who specializes in psychiatric evaluations and pharmacological management, joins Katherine Shagoury, to discuss the loneliness pandemic and ways to combat it through holistic pathways. She talks about issues of overdiagnosis and overprescribing in traditional clinical healthcare settings and holistic tool…
 
What does it mean to be a good physician, and how do you measure it? Medical educators face such questions, but few with more focus than Dr. Peter Katsufrakis who heads the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME), the organization that helps health professionals enhance and demonstrate their knowledge across the care continuum -- both in school …
 
Our guest Monica McKitterick is an FNP and the founder of Impact Family Wellness, a DPC business offering direct care to Cedar Park, Texas and surrounding areas. With experience in Family Practice, Urgent Care, Orthopedics, and Venous & Lymphatic nursing, Monica has rich knowledge in a range of healthcare settings. However, Monica’s interests have …
 
According to a recent Kaiser Health News study, nearly 80% of Americans believe at least some of the COVID-19 misinformation that has flooded news and social media channels since the start of the pandemic. For today’s Raise the Line guests, this troubling report confirmed the urgency with which their boss, U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, has tac…
 
Michelle Maddux, ND, founder and CEO of Soaring Phoenix, a consulting firm dedicated to educating on the fundamentals of integrative and functional medicine, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Shagoury, to discuss the relationship and interaction between the gut microbiome and immune development and competency. This episode is sponsor…
 
Two early experiences shaped Dr. Karen Rigamonti’s career in healthcare. First, she realized she had a gift for listening when assigned to a patient on a psych floor who wouldn’t communicate with anyone else, but eventually opened up to her. The other formative experience was the premature birth of her son, which took place after an obstetrician fa…
 
Our guest this week, Madinah Simpson, is an MSN, RN, wellness coach, speaker, author and founder of Madinah’s Living Farmacy. Working in both labor & delivery and ambulatory care, Madinah’s energy and passion was quickly recognized as she moved up the ladder of population health management. However, Madinah still felt that something was missing! De…
 
As the exciting new relationship between Osmosis and global medical education leader Elsevier begins, Co-founder & CEO Shiv Gaglani and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Rishi Desai sat down with Jan Herzhoff, President of Health Markets, and Elizabeth Munn, Managing Director of Global Medical Education at Elsevier to discuss how the partnership will benef…
 
For more than two decades, the Commonwealth Fund has produced a report comparing the performance of the U.S. health system to that of 10 other high-income countries. The U.S reliably comes in last, and the margin of difference is growing such that it might be more appropriate to compare it with a different peer group altogether, says Commonwealth F…
 
Regina Herzlinger has been called “the godmother of consumer-driven healthcare” because of her groundbreaking scholarly articles and books on the subject. As a professor of business administration at Harvard Business School for nearly 50 years, her focus has supported the explosion of wearables, telehealth, freestanding urgent care facilities, and …
 
Dr. Masha Gouzman-Allouche likes to see student’s eyes, to be there with them for those “aha moments” when a difficult problem is solved. Zoom-based teaching was not without its advantages -- it ushered in a new suite of innovations that will benefit students and teachers alike, she tells host Dr. Rishi Desai -- but it undermined those human connec…
 
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Early in Dr. Rahul Rajkumar’s career, he wondered how he could help improve health outcomes at a population level. An interest in public policy led him to the realization that, at least in the U.S., the financing mechanisms of the health care industry are “the main lever” that we have to this end. The question of how these mechanisms should (or cou…
 
Dr. Donna Lamb wanted to be a surgeon growing up, but coming from a poor family in which no one had been to college, she was routed into becoming a nurse instead. Today, she leads the National Resident Matching Program which oversees The Match, a high-stakes step in the educational journey of physicians. On this episode of Raise the Line with host …
 
Nearly half of U.S. adults work as unpaid caregivers, but the essential contribution they make is undervalued, and even often unacknowledged, by employers and healthcare professionals. Alexandra Drane could not abide this, so she co-founded ARCHANGELS, an organization dedicated to supporting and honoring the unpaid caregivers among us. As she tells…
 
Before he died, Saeju Jeong's father, an esteemed doctor in South Korea, passed down a question for his son to consider: "Why is healthcare overly-optimized for sick care management?" “My father encouraged me to think about how I can do something great for the community,” explains Jeong. Tune in to this episode of Raise the Line to hear how Jeong's…
 
As it trains technicians and medical professionals, many of whom go into healthcare, California’s San Joaquin Valley College focuses on the practical skills necessary to forge a successful career. But in the dramatically new context of the pandemic, the school’s leadership -- including President Nick Gomez and Provost Sumer Avila -- had to reimagin…
 
This week’s guest Tangee Mascoso is an NP and the founder of Holistic Mental Health Wellness Inc. Always knowing that she wanted to become an NP, Tangee didn’t enjoy her early nursing roles, until she had her rotation in psychiatry. Falling in love with psychiatry, Tangee went back to school eventually getting her Nurse Practitioner license and sta…
 
“There's health equity concerns in everything,” observes Geoffrey Roche, from organ donation, to clinical care, to access of care, to quality of care. “I think everyone within healthcare needs to pay attention and be mindful of what they can do to fix that.” Join host Dr. Rishi Desai on this episode of Raise the Line as he speaks with Roche about w…
 
To train flexible nurses, Dr. Lisa Urban has found, you need to be a flexible educator. As Associate Chief Nursing Administrator at Southern New Hampshire University, Dr. Urban has helped reorient the curriculum and structure of the school’s nursing programs to accommodate students and the forever-changed world of healthcare they will soon be enter…
 
“My superpower is asking questions, and that's pretty good training for just about anything,” says Raise the Line guest Esther Dyson. She has decades of experience as an advisor to and investor in companies in a wide range of sectors -- from education, to healthcare, to information technology. Her current focus is Welville, an organization she foun…
 
“What makes me successful? My simple answer is, 'I tried.'” Today's guest, first-generation entrepreneur Ashwin Damera, seems to embody the humility he advises to others. His personal motto? “Life is to give.” Damera's startup online education company Eruditus/Emeritus partners with top-tier universities such as MIT, Harvard, Cambridge, and Columbi…
 
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