Experts from Evidence In Motion discuss new research, clinical applications and the leadership skills rehab professionals need to succeed.
Called to Care - Practice Leadership: Developing Self-Efficacy| Andrew Guccione
The incredibly accomplished Andrew Guccione, PT, PhD, DPT, FAPTA, joins Larry Benz, PT, DPT, OCS, MBA, MAPP, the CEO of Confluent Health on this week's episode of Practice Leadership to discuss developing self-efficacy and the role self-efficacy will have in the future of the physical therapy profession.
Dr. Guccione emphasizes the importance of self-efficacy in achieving good outcomes with patients, using verbal persuasion, and incremental achievement to produce the biological effects that contribute to getting patients back to health.
Looking ahead 30 years to the middle of the century, Dr. Guccione predicts that physical therapists will evolve into providers that look at movement as a behavior, pushing physical therapists to become practitioners that integrate and highlight behavioral health in their everyday practice.
Dr. Guccione is the 41st Mary McMillan Award Winner, Professor and Chair of Department of Rehabilitation Science at George Mason University. He served 10 years as Senior Vice President, Division of Practice and Research, American Physical Therapy Association. He has over 30 peer-reviewed research projects along with several other awards for impactful research.
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Dr. Guccione's "Destiny is Now" speech pdf
Dr. Guccione's "Destiny is Now" speech highlights
Dr. Guccione's full George Mason University bio
Called to Care – Practice Leadership: The Art and Science of Positive Interactions | Brian Gallagher
Larry Benz, PT, DPT, OCS, MBA, MAPP, the CEO of Confluent Health, is joined on this episode of Called to Care - Practice Leadership podcast by Brian Gallagher, PT, Founder & President of MEG Business Management. Larry and Brian discuss how to use positive interactions and soft skills like validation and capitalization to be a successful clinician. They also dive into managing your clinicians and support staff by giving tips and tools for recruiting and retaining your employees.
Called to Care – Practice Leadership: Broaden and Build | Daphne Scott
On this week's episode of the Called to Care season of Practice Leadership, Larry Benz, PT, DPT, OCS, MBA, MAPP, the CEO of Confluent Health, talks to Daphne Scott, PT, DScPT, MAPP, OCS, FAAOMPT, the Chief Culture Officer and Chief Thrive Officer of Confluent Health. Larry and Daphne discuss the broaden and build theory, giving examples and guidance on how to apply it personally, professionally and clinically to help you become a more mindful and empathetic practitioner.
Called to Care – Practice Leadership: The Science Behind the Placebo Response | Tim Flynn
On this week's episode of the Called to Care season of Practice Leadership, Larry Benz, PT, DPT, OCS, MBA, MAPP, the CEO of Confluent Health, connected with Tim Flynn, PT, PhD, OCS, FAAOMPT, FAPTA of Colorado In Motion. They discuss the science behind the placebo and nocebo affects and how it can affect your practice.
Placebo, Nocebo, and Expectations: Leveraging Positive Outcomes
Letter to the Editor: A Cautionary Note on Endorsing the Placebo Effect - JOSPT 2013
Called to Care – Practice Leadership: Using Peak-End Rule in Your Clinic | Andrew Bennett
On this week's episode of the Called to Care season of Practice Leadership, Larry Benz, PT, DPT, OCS, MBA, MAPP, the CEO of Confluent Health, spoke with Andrew Bennett, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT, co-founder of Texas Physical Therapy Specialists about how the patient's experience can be affected by creating positive memory moments using methods supported by the peak-end rule.
Practice Leadership – Called to Care: High Quality Connections and Empathy | Helen Riess
On this week's episode, Helen Riess, M.D., the CEO and Chief Scientist for Empathetics, joins host Larry Benz, PT, DPT, OCS, MBA, MAPP, the CEO of Confluent Health to discuss the power and effectiveness of empathy. This episode spans several topics, including the importance of self-empathy, how theory of mind (ToM) can be applied in your clinical practice, building empathy to be effective in your clinic, her future areas of interests, and how empathy can be facilitated in Telehealth.