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You’ve heard the phrase, “Physician Heal Thyself but the truth is that many physicians are too busy seeing patients and working long hours to take care of themselves. The result is physicians who are tired, unhappy, over weight and have health problems. It’s important to learn the tools necessary to be a happy and healthy healer. Join Kimberly and her guest Susie Garcia, who will be giving some great advice on how physicians can improve their health, happiness and lifestyle with limited time and a busy medical practice. Susie is an award-winning Dietitian who helps people to address better food habits, and healthier living. Her vision is to inspire and empower everyone she meets to lead a healthier lifestyle.
Susie is the Founder and Owner of Nutrition for Your Lifestyle in the San Francisco Bay Area and provides international consulting services to individuals and business. Susie is a #1 International Best Selling author, speaker, and nutrition expert and is the co-author of Psyched to be Skinny and Start Right Marketing. Susie has appeared on ABC, CBS, and FOX affiliate television stations, NPR affiliate Radio, internet radio and filmed over twenty healthy cooking videos for eHow.com. She is a Nutrition Subject Matter Expert for the recently launched app, HiQ, (Health IQ), a Silicon Valley start-up on a mission to increase the health literacy of the world. Susie’s VIP coaching program for doctors is designed to improve energy levels, performance and productivity. For more info on Susie you can visit her website http://thesusiegarcia.com Email: Susie@TheSusieGarcia.com or call 925.386.6743
The Wisconsin EMS Live broadcast on Tuesday, April 14 is dedicated to Community Paramedicine and recent action by the Physicians Advisory Committee.
The CommunityParamedicine conversation will run from 9:00 to 9:40 a.m. Our guests include Minnesota Ambulance Association’s Buck McAlpin, PAAW President Patrick Ryan, and city of Milwaukee Fire Department’s Michael Wright. All three are deeply involved in CP and building the infrastructure to deliver it the right way here in Wisconsin. Like anything new or evolving some education and learning is required to move forward, and there will be many questions to ask and answer.
Community Paramedicine programs have been evolving in Minnesota, Colorado and Texas. An architect in Minnesota’s CP development is Buck McAlpin, director of government affairs for the Minnesota Ambulance Association and North Memorial Medical Transportation in Robbinsdale, Minnesota. Given his experience in leading CP concepts in Minnesota, McAlpin’s knowledge and expertise is being sought nationally, to include by the Professional Ambulance Association of Wisconsin.
At 9:40 a.m. we’ll be joined by Dr. Suzanne Martens, Chair of the Physicians Advisory Committee. Her group recently recommended use of nitrous oxide as an option to control pain management at the Advanced EMT level and higher. Another recommendation is allowing one paramedic and one trained airway technician to perform a medication assisted advanced airway procedure that under current situations requires two paramedics.
As always, the live show offers caller questions. Make sure to listen live on your phone or any internet connected device on Tuesday, April 14 starting at 9:00 a.m. central time and lasting 60 minutes.
Survey Reveals Physicians Prefer Filtered Sunshine
A conversation with Michaeline Daboul, CEO of MMIS, about her company's third annual survey of doctors and their knowledge of the Sunshine Act. The survey found that physicians are actually less informed than they were one year ago.
Life is all about growing, changing and evolving. After losing her beloved mother at an early age, tune in to hear Regina Mixon Bates, Atlanta's successful entrepreneur, talk about how she has stayed focused, and succeeded against the odds.
National Speaker, entrepreneur, author, and Talk Show Host, Regina Mixon Bates, is the Director of The Physicians Practice S.O.S. Group®, a healthcare consulting and educational firm that provides services such as: long-range planning, IRO services, practice assessments, practice management, A/R management and oversight, new practice set up that includes facility design, auditing and training to physicians and their staffs. The company has helped healthcare providers across the country streamline their A/R process, improve patient flow and practice management and compliance, and keep current with ever-changing state and federal guidelines.
Dr. Richard Weiskopf will speak about his experiences as a member of Physicians for Social Responsibility and his involvement in peace activities in Central New York and abroad.
Conversations with Extraordinary People with Dr. Emmett Miller
Women Healers of the World~ A Conversation with Holly Bellebuono
In recent years there has been a dramatic emergence of many different natural approaches to healing. Along with this has come a heightened fascination with herbal remedies, especially as they appear in fields such as acupuncture, yoga and aromatherapy. Our guest today is Holly Bellebuono, director of the award-winning Vineyard Herbs Teas & Apothecary on Martha’s Vineyard and The Bellebuono School of Herbal Medicine, which offers training and certification in Community Herbalism. She will take us on a tour through some of her discoveries during the seven years she spent traveling and interviewing women from all over the globe, their plights, their fears and their achievements. Holly has produced an absolutely beautiful book entitled Women Healers Of The World – The Traditions, History, and Geography of Herbal Medicine, a glorious full-color world tour that offers us an intimate look into the stories, challenges and triumphs of an impressive collection of truly remarkable women – herbalists and healers – past and present.The women she presents range from simple healers of the mountains of Peru to a Jordanian Princess – physicians such as Dr. Low Dog, a Native American and even Susan Weed who has been a favorite here on Conversations With Extraordinary People.
If employers want to maintain or reduce healthcare spending, one of the best places to start is with employees’ use of hospitals. The long-time mantra in addressing health care costs is to keep employees out of emergency rooms, avoid unnecessary hospital admissions and, if an employee or their dependent is admitted, get them out of the hospital as quickly as possible.
A growing number of employers and insurance companies are using different strategies to direct employees to the best care, including concierge medicine and virtual-physician-diagnostic services for minor medical conditions.
Join the CoHealth community as we talk with Alan Roga (StatDoctors) and Natalie Hodge (PersonalMedicinePlus) -- two physicians who are changing how and where physicians meet patients, including via virtual, computer-based visits, mobile apps and concierge services.
Al and Vito will be discussing the topic of the day & past week including the Ramadan Rampages in France, Kuwait and Tunisia. U.S. Embassy in Indonesia celebrates 4th of July on June 4th so as not to offend muslims during their "holy Ramadan" season. Really? the PC police come out & change our United States celebration so not to offend muslims. Yet during muslims most holiest of times they go on a rampage and kill hundreds of non-muslims around the world?
New report today, AIDS making a comeback within ISIS. Wonder if Obama will send team of physicians & CDC over to the caliphate?
Of course we will discuss last weeks Supreme Court rulings. Progressive Government furthers their cause to control Americans' lives from Cradle to Grave with their ObamadoesntCare decision. Nothing like legislating from the bench! A second landmark ruling courts decide Gay Marriage is legal in all 50 states. Nothing like government controlling all aspects of life and individual liberties in the United States of America!
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Join us this evening at 6pm EST - we May or MayNot be broadcasting from Little Falls, NY
Mama Mia NO Sharia!
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in Self Help
Tonight's special guest is Amy Crohn from New York, a returning NAASCA family member who's a survivor of child abuse, and an accomplished marketing communications, business development professional, writer and journalist. Her book "Dying To Live" explains how childhood maltreatment can lead to adult physical illness. As a youngster Amy was subjected to emotional abuse and neglect. A very nervous child, she was quite often sick, and missed a lot of grade school. Amy became very ill at age 20 with mononucleosis and decided then and there that she was not going to let the first 18 years of her life dictate the rest of it. She writes, "I pushed everything inside. But at at age 36, she continues, "I couldn't hide from my past anymore .. I literally had to die to live" (see book). Amy explains, "While writing my book, I learned of The ACE Study (Adverse Childhood Experiences Study) and took the ACE survey. With a high score of 8, I am convinced that my early childhood traumas caused my adult physical illness." Today, after the suicide of her brother eight months ago, she is feeling the effects of PTSD once again. She goes on, "The early childhood abuse simply does not prepare one for the challenges of life." Amy has recently been trained as a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) and, in fact, adopted one foster child in 2000. She says, "It is my hope that I can help educate physicians to include The ACE survey questions in their patient intake questionnaires and, as a CASA, to help interrupt a pattern that may lead to illness later in life." Be sure to check out Amy's BLOG