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Is a careful decision always a good decision? What makes a good decision? How do we recover from bad decisions that we make? Join Stevie and Tim this week for a lively discussion about this topic. We welcome to those of you who call in! Don't miss out on this show!
Illness and disease often force people to face incredibly complex and emotional choices. It is natural for patients to value and rely on their doctors' advice in such frightening situations. Even so, the jargon that doctors use and the many treatment options available for patients can be overwhelming and confusing. Dr. Peter Ubel, a physician, behavioral scientist and bioethicist at Duke University, presents a ground-breaking argument that will redefine the doctor-patient relationship.Examining medical cases including his own wife's diagnosis of breast cancer, Ubel identifies the need for true collaboration between doctors and patients calling for a "shared decision-making movement." According to Dr. Ubel, it's not just about educating and motivating patients, it is also about preparing physicians to interact with informed patients. Ubel supports a system-wide shift beginning with reconsidering who is admitted to medical schools and the curricula at those medical schools. He advocates retraining doctors about patient psychology, communication and behavior. In his book, CRITICAL DECISIONS: HOW YOU AND YOUR DOCTOR CAN MAKE THE RIGHT MEDICAL CHOICES TOGETHER, he underscores the startling link between doctors' poor communication skills and the incidence of malpractice litigation. Whether diagnosed with cancer, trying to understand the side effects of medication, or caring for a loved one, we all confront the medical establishment at some point in our lives. Dr. Ubel proposes some very strong tools to help us make confident decisions about our health and well-being.Other books by Dr. Peter Ubel: PRICING LIFE; YOU ARE STRONGER THAN YOU THINK; and FREE MARKET MADNESS: Why Human Nature is at Odds with Economics -- and Why it Matters.
The Camellia Hill Show - formely known as At The Professional Table
We have all been asked to make those uncomfortable decisions. Today, on this episode we would like to share our experience on how to react in these types of moments. Some guidelines on maintaining composure in unplanned situation.
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Have you ever been in a situation where you needed to make a decision? Have you ever been in a spot where you thought you wouldn't make it? Well if you have, tune-in to Kingdom Kids Network:"Decisions, decisions..." this Saturday at 10:00 am Est. Feel free to share and invite others. You're welcome!
Join Sharon Bar Or, Sue Graywolf and Jim Graywolf as they walk the road of choices and decisions Wednesday, 6/18 at 1 PM MST, noon PST, 3 PM EST, 8 PM London and 10 PM Israel time.
Choices and decisions face us every day. Some make them and move ahead - others can get stuck waiting for the perfect answer. How do we navigate through the sea of decisions that face us each day? Especially now. We three hosts have had some major choices and decisions to face over the past few years - and more still coming. We will share how we have dealt, and are dealing, with this. As will our listeners we are certain.
Join us and we will explore this together.
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Tonight Steve and the Rude one will discuss:
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David discusses that when we let others make our decisions, we make the wrong decision. Click on the title to learn more about Roy Masters' book How Your Mind Can Make You Well. For more information, visit http://www.fhu.com. Originally aired: January 18, 2013 - Hour 2
PAM Time - Destructive Decisions: Originals
Enjoy an episode with host PAM Murphy as she features original songs from the rock band: Destructive Decisions. Jeff Selear, who grew up in a musical household, is a singer/songwriter from the Hudson Valley Rock Band - Destructive Decisions. The unique harmonic vocal blends of Destructive Decisions is provided by Jeff, Rich 'youngblood' Bowe, & Sean Selear and is rare to find in the field of rock music, but is definitely wonderful to listen to. The great solid drumming of Chris Viola, along with the band, creates an incredible and dynamic sound. Listen to one of the greatest bands you'll ever hear and enjoy the great sound of Destructive Decisions.
Listen to her inspirational quotes and stories as PAM relates her messages in a refreshing way. Tune in for a night filled with great music and fun! It's PAM-Time!
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Business and life are all about the decisions you make and implement. Simple as that. Well, not really. Actually, choosing is easy. But making the right decisions for the right reason is a survival art form which corporate leader, teacher, and author Annette Dubrouillet has mastered and set in an applicable process. Host Bart Jackson, who recently interviewed Annette for a U.S. 1 Newspaper Survival Guide article, now carries the conversation further, allowing listeners to see how this Lady of the Right Choices decided her way to the top. If you want to live life more on your own terms or make your career float a little more effectively, come discover the techniques to put yourself where you want to be.