July 4, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the necessity of accessible, adaptable healthcare options. Telemedicine played a vital role throughout in ensuring the well-being of patients during isolation and quarantine. While telemedicine's benefits were spotlighted during crisis, its role in healthcare delivery is here to stay. On this episode, Dr. Robert Strauss, Chief Medical Training Officer, speaks with Dr. Joseph Chow, President, TeamHealth VirtualCare and Ambulatory Care, Medical Director, AccessNurse, about the future of telemedicine.
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May 24, 2022
On February 14, 2018, a former student entered Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, with a gun, killing 17 individuals and injuring more than a dozen more. One of the victims was 14-year-old Alyssa Alhadeff, daughter of Dr. Ilan Alhadeff, a hospital medicine physician. Through the unthinkable, Dr. Alhadeff and his family have become advocates and change-makers in school safety, founding Make Our Schools Safe and actively passing safety legislation in Alyssa's memory. In this episode, Dr. Rob Strauss speaks with Dr. Alhadeff about persisting through unimaginable tragedy and creating the change needed in the world.
Learn more about Make Our Schools Safe: https://makeourschoolssafe.org/
Learn more about Alyssa's Law: https://makeourschoolssafe.org/alyssas-law/
April 8, 2022
Continuing our series on work-life integration, Dr. Robert Strauss interviews Dr. Elisabeth Chapaton-Rivard, who spends her days caring for the sickest and most vulnerable patients in the hospital as a critical care physician. When faced with her own health issues during the height of the pandemic, she tapped into her inner strength and used her long-standing coping skills to prioritize her wellness while continuing to face the unrelenting challenges of the pandemic.
April 1, 2022
Clinicians continue to experience record-high rates of burnout and extreme stress, making wellness strategies more important now more than ever. In our latest episode, Dr. Robert Strauss, Chief Medical Training Officer, speaks with Dr. David Mucci, an emergency medicine physician in Connecticut. Through the stresses of the pandemic, Dr. Mucci found a unique way to relieve stress and burnout - writing a fantastical young adult novel.
March 25, 2022
Clinician burnout is a top-of-mind issue, as healthcare workers have been pushed to the brink personally and professionally during the pandemic. One way we're helping combat burnout is sharing stories of clinicians finding their joy. In our latest Beyond Clinical Medicine episode, Dr. J Mack Slaughter, Emergency Medicine Physician, talks with guest host Dr. Heather Owen, Chief Clinical Officer, Emergency Medicine, about how he's combined his love of music, content creation and medicine to share his happiness and talents with others.