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How different would your life be if you are patient with yourself, with those you love, those you interact with on a daily basis, and those you only have one encounter with in your whole life?
Today we will look at the obstacles we place in our way of being patient. There are no victims here, just people who choose to be impatient. Then we'll look at what attitudes you can cultivate that will bring patience into your life. I will do everything in my power to give you all the tools you will need to be patient. Will you accept this gift and see how much more fulfilling your life will be when you are patient? Patiences partner is peace. You can't have one without the other.
Feel free to share this gift of patience with others in your life that want patience. You might even have a discussion group on how you can help each other become more patient.
Father Donald E. Mowery is the retired leader of Youth Services globally. He has had a radio show, Talk it Out with Father Don, on WHBQ radio in Memphis, Tennessee, for the past 45 years. This month Joyce Graff appeared on his show. Joyce and Father Don have a great conversation about Powerful Patient and its mission, and also about Youth Services and its mission, highlighting many parallels. In both cases, they work to empower people to work through the issues they cannot change and tackle constructively the things they can change.
Learn more about Father Don. A new book, Spiritual Networking, by Darrell B. Uselton and David Yawn, recounts the history of Youth Services in Memphis and worldwide.
This seven minute recording introduces your host, Dr. Christian Hageseth III. A 74 year old retired physician who has Parkinson's Disease, he has worked with medical cannabis for three years. In that time he discovered that persons with little prior experience with cannabis frequently fail to continue because of ineffectiveness or negative side effects. Starting medical cannabis is not as simple as just lighting up a joint.
Greetings! Join me, Doctor Dayciaa C. Smith, for an inspirational episode of Divine Experience on Sunday, November 22, 2015 @ 5:30 p.m. CST. I'll give personal updates, talk about P.O.I.s for the week, and share my all-time Top 10 Christmas movies. Our featured topic for today is "Creating Your 2015 Christ-Centered Christmas Wish List," which we'll base upon the Holy Scriptures and what our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ tells us we should desire through Him. Tune in for this terrific show! Many blessings!
Mike and Joyce speak with Dr. Julia Hallisy about The Empowered Patient Coalition: providing healthcare improvement and patient safety tools directly to consumers.
About Dr. Hallisy:
Dr. Julia Hallisy obtained her BS in Biological Science from the University of San Francisco in 1984 and a second Bachelor’s degree from the University of California in Dental Sciences. In 1988, Dr. Hallisy received her Doctorate in Dental Surgery from the University of California at San Francisco School of Dentistry. Since that time, she has been a full-time practicing San Francisco dentist.
Her second child, Katherine Eileen, was diagnosed at five months of age with bilateral retinoblastoma. Dealing with her daughter’s life-threatening diagnosis, the many recurrences of cancer, and the subsequent treatments for the malignant and aggressive tumors marked the beginning an almost 20-year involvement in our healthcare system. The unique combination of her scientific training, her work as a healthcare provider, and guiding a child through a chronic illness has afforded her invaluable insight as an advocate for patients.
Dr. Hallisy began to research the topic of patient safety in 1998. She has lobbied for health care reform in Washington, DC with Consumer’s Union.
Dr. Hallisy is committed to and passionate about the subjects of patient safety, health care reform and medical error reduction. She is the founder and president of The Empowered Patient Coalition.
Dr. Hallisy was born and raised in San Francisco, where she lives with her husband, John Hallisy, and their two sons, Daniel and Kevin. The Hallisy’s ten-year old daughter, Kate, lost her life-long battle with cancer in February 2000.
Passionate people in the healthcare field are often hard to come by. We find it impossible to simply go through the motions when it comes to our lives and our work. Thankfully we at Mental Health News Radio are infectious. We meet incredible people like Theresa Wray who then introduce us to more incredible people like our guest Tom Dahlborg. Enjoy our conversation about where healthcare is going. And, where Tom is leading necessary change towards a more compassionate and thoughtful patient experience. Read the full blog article HERE.
What is relationship centered care to you?
What is the difference between patient centered care and relationship centered care?
I also understand you recently wrote an article specific to “non-compliant patients”. Please tell me more about this article and your thoughts when you hear the term “non-compliant patient”.
You write for several different industry blogs, but I understand that you are undertaking a more courageous venture-writing a book. Are you able to share any details about the book at this time?
You have a blog series that you are currently writing “The Big Kid and Basketball”; again this comes from a very personal place, but not just you this time-your son as well. It is obvious in reading this blog it is a heartfelt story-why the need to write this?
I want to congratulate you on the start of The Dahlborg Healthcare Leadership Group. Can you share with my audience your work experience and how your new venture came to be?
I understand that you have a poem that will be featured in, Laura Probert’s radio show “Warrior Soul”. Where did that come from?
Hosted By Marti Oakley & Debbie Dahmer
Guest is: Gina - Advocate for patient rights in skilled nursing facility.
Will be discussing SB 1362 -Bill to Amend SS & SB 670 Nursing Home Litigation first half hour of show.
In 2010. Gina's significant other of 21 years passed away from ovarian cancer and Gina wound up homeless and in great medical need. Gina went through several major surgeries then placed in a Skilled Nursing Facility where her life was saved. Gina was moved from one facility to the one she is in now from 2011.
Gina was appointed Vice President of the Residents Council then voted President of the Resident Council and found herself fighting the powers that be for the residents rights. She began studying the medicaid/medicare laws and rights provided for the residential care in these facilities.
Since then Gina have become increasingly aware of how the nursing homes target these elderly patients from the doctor to the judges that abuse the guardianship program for their own gain. Gina's intention is to spend the rest of her life helping those targeted by these guardian programs that allow doctors to claim someone incapacitated, and lawyers that go behind the backs of friends and family and judges that grant for profit guardianship and complete control over others lives without telling them.
2015- June. Gina read Marisa Conover's story regarding her mother and reached out to her. She then hooked me up with TS radio. Marti Oakley and Debbie Dahmer had Gina as one of the Guests on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day -June 15th, 2015 On TS Radio.
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Saturday, October 17, 2015 @ 11am CST
Christ Centered International Ministries Radio Program
Hosts: Alfred C. Ivery & Gwenita Ivery
Listen Live On The Air @ 347-850-8560
Produced By Kayla Padgett On Finding My Way Radio Network
The annual Kidney Cancer Symposium was held this year in Miami, Florida. It was chaired by Dr. Toni Choueiri of Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Institute in Boston, and contained a wealth of information for physicians, both urologists and oncologists dealing with kidney cancer.
This year for the first time in many years more patients and patient advocates were included in the mix. In the past Joyce has been one of 4-5 patients invited to help report the meeting, under the general editorship of Mike Lawing. This year, in part to celebrate the 25th anniversary oCaleb f the founding of KCA by a kidney cancer patient, more patients were invited to attend, including two from outside the United States: Caleb from Nigeria and Juanita Ruiz from Peru.
Billy Foster, a long-time KCA supporter and jazz musician, was on hand to provide wonderful music for the reception. He has given us permission to broadcast an interview he recorded with Caleb Egwuenu, founder and president of Stand Up to Cancer Naija, http://www.su2c9ja.org In Nigeria many people still believe that cancer is "juju" or some harmful magical power inflicted by someone else, or as a result of something you did wrong. The biggest challenge to managing any cancer is that diagnoses are usually after the cancer is already advanced to a late stage. For Nigeria as for most developing countries, the management of late stage cancer is beyond the skills and budgets of the health care systems. Their only hope of managing cancer is to find it at early stages.
Billy's jazz music show can be found at http://billfosterjazzzone.com
David Houle and Jonathan Fleece are co-authors of the book The New Health Age: The Future of Health Care in America. Three years ago they co-authored a provocative short blog post in KevinMD, predicting that by 2020 one-third of American hospitals would close. http://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2012/03/onethird-hospitals-close-2020.html
They pointed to four factors for this:
First, America must bring down its crippling healthcare costs, and hospitals are one of the most expensive components of the system.
Second, statistically speaking hospitals are just about the most dangerous places to be in the United States. Three times as many people die every year due to medical errors in hospitals as die on our highways.
Third, hospital customer service is abysmal. Where else do you have to wait four hours for service?
Fourth, health care reform will make connectivity, electronic medical records, and transparency commonplace in health care, and customers will be able to do some comparison shopping for the first time.
We have invited them to speak with us about how we are doing along that path. Have hospitals taken notice and changed their ways? or are we still on a timeline toward closure of one-third of American hospitals? And if that is true, how will we receive our care in the new age?
David Houle is a futurist, advisor and speaker and Jonathan Fleece is a health care attorney, advisor, and speaker.
In an increasingly fragmented health care system, there is a need to understand the coordination of clinicians involved in patients’ care to optimize quality of care and patient safety. Listen to Dr. Kinder explain the importance of coordination and how it effectives cost and quality of care.
The Patient Experience - Brian Boyle
"My dreams were shattered like the bones in my body. I lost 60% of my blood, heart was ripped across my chest, lungs collapsed, major organs were damaged, pelvis and ribs were pulverized, and I was resuscitated eight times. While in a two-month long medically-induced coma, I was unable to move or talk to anyone around me, yet I was able to hear, see, and feel pain for a majority of my time in the Intensive Care Unit" Join Dr. Brewer for this conversation with Brian
Boyle - who survived, for many, what could have been insurmountable...
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