Patients don’t care what we know until they know that we care. In this podcast I speak to inspirational clinicians to discover how they communicate effectively to build exceptional relationships with their patients and fulfilling, rewarding careers.
Pressing the pause button on the podcast for the time being due to new work commitments.
Dr. Cigdem Kipel
Conversation with Dr. Cigdem Kipel, a general dental practitioner with a special interest in cosmetic dentistry, clear aligners and implants. Cigdem has lectured and written about the importance of effective communication skills and is also involved in developing Level Up, an online systems and learning management software and Principle a practice management software system.
Dr. Aidan Harney Ph.D.
Conversation with Dr. Aidan Harney about leadership (with relevance for all dental professionals) and the portfolio career. Aidan is the Leadership Development manager for the Europe region with Intel Corporation and has 20+ years of experience in training, coaching, consulting and leadership development.
Dr. Graham Carmichael
Conversation with Dr. Graham Carmichael - prosthodontist (private and public sector), international speaker, educator and researcher.
1 year of Communicating Health Podcast
Bonus episode - interview for student assignment on professionalism with Nigashiny Senthilvadevel (1st year DDS University of Melbourne).
Dr. Ramesh Balasubramaniam
Conversation with Dr. Ramesh Balasubramaniam - oral medicine specialist, multiple practice owner, international speaker, author, teacher and researcher. We discuss communication and controversies around TMD, orofacial pain, parafunction and more.
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So refreshing to listen to someone talking about the human side of dentistry and healthcare moreover. Lately I find my social feeds inundated with people spruiking “masterclasses” and “seminars” on how to sell more, do more, get better case acceptance, run a more lucrative business. I’m so happy to hear about how others are making themselves and their practices successful using a different yardstick. Thanks!