Lessons from the Emergency Department and beyond on applying knowledge under pressure and getting done what needs doing.
EP 74: Dr. Mike Stone on The Night Shift
Dr. Mike Stone on the physiology of mastering or at least surviving the night shift, the commitment to serve on the frontline, and much more.
EP 73: Dr. Oliver Finlay on Building Elite Culture
Oliver Finlay, PhD on helping teams build elite cultures of performance, defining the Finlay Coefficient, and much more.
EP 72: Dr. Andrew Petrosoniak on Holding the Problem Space
Dr. Andrew Petrosoniak on design thinking in emergency medicine, the power of systems in uncertainty, the value of holding the problem space and much more.
EP 71-B: Dr. Jen Wagner on Unleashing Human Potential Part 2
Part two of Dr. Jen Wagner on individual and team development under pressure and unleashing human potential.
EP 71-A: Dr. Jen Wagner on Unleashing Human Potential Part 1
Part one of Dr. Jen Wagner on individual and team development under pressure and unleashing human potential.
EP 70: Diane Chadwick-Jones on Safety and Human Performance
Diane Chadwick-Jones, former director of human performance at bp joins to talk about changing organizations, developing a safety-II mindset, and much more.
I always enjoy the many frameworks presented on this podcast and get so much value from it. Applicable to all facets of life, especially stress management for me!
Even in it’s early stages, this podcast has been beneficial in many facets of my life. There are brilliant nuggets of knowledge here that can be applied to other professions outside of the medical field and life in general. Very much looking forward to more episodes.
This MD is NOT what he preaches at all. Acts “zen” but is rude to ancillary staff. Snarky comments all around.