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Examining the interface between healthcare and society, with thought leaders from across the spectrum.

Explore The Spac‪e‬ Mark Shapiro MD

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Examining the interface between healthcare and society, with thought leaders from across the spectrum.

    Jess Cordova Kramer On Grief And Creating Change

    Jess Cordova Kramer On Grief And Creating Change

    "Sometimes you've got to start over, we are bold on that front"



    Jessica Cordova Kramer is co-founder and CEO of Lemonada Media, an award-winning podcast network, which was created in a time of her grieving the loss of her brother to opioid use disorder.  Lemonada has exploded on the podcast scene with multiple hit shows including Last Day  & In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt. 



    Jess joins us on Explore The Space to discuss the origin and vision of Lemonada Media, the shared moment of national grief we are in during the Covid-19 pandemic, and how some parts of grief can be leveraged into something aspirational. This is a remarkable conversation with a real innovator.



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    Check out the archive of Explore The Space Podcast as well as our Position Papers and much more!



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    Watch Explore The Space Podcast host Mark Shapiro deliver a TEDx address at TEDx SUNY Upstate. The topic is "Compliments As A Performance Lever During Covid-19"

    Sponsor: Elevate your expertise with Creighton University’s Healthcare Executive Educational programming. Learn more about Creighton’s Executive MBA and Executive Fellowship programs at www.creighton.edu/CHEE.

    Sponsor: The Clinician Experience Project by Practicing Excellence uses coaching and development to help clinicians become their best and improve patient and organizational outcomes, while amplifying purpose and contentment. Learn more at https://practicingexcellence.com/.

    Key Learnings



    1. The shared energy and common starting place we have currently



    2. Lemonada's origin and why they create content "to help people get out of bed in the morning"



    3. Using a zoom out-zoom in concept to allow for individual attention while also describing a national and global picture in different show formats



    4. Can any of the components of grief be leveraged into something aspirational



    5. The unique sadness surrounding someone dying from Covid-19



    6. Seeking to understand what our lives look like now



    7. How Jess takes care of herself and her teammates



    8. Creating a new model for content creation where employees can also live their lives with a sense of value



    9. Reshaping the world in the right moment



    Links



    Twitter @jjcordovak @LemonadaMedia



    Instagram @jessicacordovakramer, @LemonadaMedia



    Email Jess at Jess@LemonadaMedia.com



    Lemonada Media homepage



    Los Angeles Times article about Jess and Lemonada



    Explore The Space Podcast archive on the Opioid Epidemic



    Maureen Bisognano on Explore The Space Podcast discussing diseases of despair



    #grief, #Covid19, #opioid, #opioidepidemic, #aspiration, #podcast, #podcasting, #healthcare, #digitalhealth, #health, #leadership, #mentorship, #coaching, #FOAmed, #doctor, #nurse, #meded, #education, #hospital, #hospitalist, #innovation, #innovate, #medicalstudent, #medicalschool, #resident, #physician

    • 43 min
    “The Pluripotent Hospitalist” Roundtable Celebrating National Hospitalist Day 2021

    “The Pluripotent Hospitalist” Roundtable Celebrating National Hospitalist Day 2021

    "The future is limitless...I think we're going to take over the world"



    To celebrate National Hospitalist Day 2021, Explore The Space & Society of Hospital Medicine collaborated on a roundtable discussion concept. This episode is that roundtable: Dr. Ndidi Unaka, Dr. Anika Kumar, Dr. Gurpreet Dhaliwal, & Dr. Maylyn Martinez joined me for a discussion on "The Pluripotent Hospitalist." This is just extraordinary



    Representing the fastest growing specialty in modern healthcare, the Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) is the leading medical society for hospitalists and their patients. SHM is dedicated to promoting the highest quality care for all hospitalized patients and overall excellence in the practice of hospital medicine through quality improvement, education, advocacy, and research. To learn more, visit hospitalmedicine.org.



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    Check out the archive of Explore The Space Podcast as well as our Position Papers and much more!



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    Sponsor: Elevate your expertise with Creighton University’s Healthcare Executive Educational programming. Learn more about Creighton’s Executive MBA and Executive Fellowship programs at www.creighton.edu/CHEE.

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    Sponsor: The Clinician Experience Project by Practicing Excellence uses coaching and development to help clinicians become their best and improve patient and organizational outcomes, while amplifying purpose and contentment. Learn more at https://practicingexcellence.com/.

    Key Learnings



    1. Welcome and the most wonderful introductions of our panelists for "The Pluripotent Hospitalist"



    2. Pluripotency and diverse skill sets as a mindset for a Hospitalist and as a whole person



    3. Orchestration as an aspirational skill and the value of being a Generalist



    4. Thinking beyond the walls of the hospital



    5. Seeking autonomy, mastery, and purpose so we can continue to enjoy our careers



    6. How much do we share our whole selves with our teammates and with patients



    7. What skill did each panelist have to develop to move through the Covid-19 pandemic?



    8. Maintaining mental health and uplifting it within the profession



    9. Unique challenges faced by medical students, residents, and fellows



    10. Answering questions from the audience



    Links



    Twitter @Gurpreet2015, @freckledpedidoc, @MS_Martinez_MD, @NdidiUnaka, @SocietyHospMed



    #Hospitalist #NHD2021, #HowIHospitalist, #mentalhealth, #Covid19, #pluripotent, #roundtable #podcast, #podcasting, #healthcare, #digitalhealth, #health, #leadership, #mentorship, #coaching, #FOAmed, #doctor, #nurse, #meded, #education, #hospital, #hospitalist, #innovation, #innovate, #medicalstudent, #medicalschool, #resident, #physician

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Renee Salas On Making Climate Change Personal

    Renee Salas On Making Climate Change Personal

    "We can't address structural racism & we can't achieve health equity in this country without acting on climate change"



    Dr. Renee Salas is an Emergency Medicine physician & the Yerby Fellow at the Center for Climate, Health, & the Global Environment (C-CHANGE) at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. She is also lead author on Lancet Countdown Health and Climate Change U.S. Brief as well as co-director for the first Climate Crisis and Clinical Practice Symposium. She joins Explore The Space Podcast to share her expertise around climate change, human health, and how we must make this issue personal. She is incredibly compelling.



    Click here for the full climate change archive of Explore The Space Podcast episodes



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    Email feedback or ideas to mark@explorethespaceshow.com



    Check out the archive of Explore The Space Podcast as well as our Position Papers and much more!



    Follow on Twitter @ETSshow, Instagram @explorethespaceshow

    Sponsor: Elevate your expertise with Creighton University’s Healthcare Executive Educational programming. Learn more about Creighton’s Executive MBA and Executive Fellowship programs at www.creighton.edu/CHEE.

    Sponsor: The Clinician Experience Project by Practicing Excellence uses coaching and development to help clinicians become their best and improve patient and organizational outcomes, while amplifying purpose and contentment. Learn more at https://practicingexcellence.com/.

    Key Learnings



    1. Recording in the wake of another extreme weather event



    2. The resuscitation analogy & the critical window for climate action



    3. Multiple parallels between the response to Covid19 and climate change



    4. The connections between structural racism, health equity and climate change



    5.  Activating others by making climate change personal and more visible through their health



    6. The huge impact physicians and nurses can have in overcoming cognitive barriers with the population around climate change



    7. Launcing the "Climate Crisis In Clinical Practice Initiative"



    8. The profound mental health impacts of these converging crises



    9. "Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness":  Why climate action is aspirational



    Links



    Twitter @ReneeNSalas_MD



    Interactive Perspective on how climate change harms health (by system) and disrupts healthcare delivery



    2020 Lancet Countdown Policy Brief and Appendix (HTML, PDF)



    2020 Lancet Countdown Launch



    Climate Change & U.S. Health Policy



    Climate change and impacts on clinical practice and healthcare delivery



    How climate change threatens response to COVID-19



    Course - https://www.edx.org/course/the-health-effects-of-climate-change



    Textbook - https://www.wiley.com/en-us/Global+Climate+Change+and+Human+Health%3A+From+Science+to+Practice-p-9781118505571



    MSCCH - https://medsocietiesforclimatehealth.org



    #climatechange, #threatmultiplier, #Covid19, #climate, #globalwarming, #climateaction, #podcast, #podcasting, #healthcare, #digitalhealth, #health, #leadership, #mentorship, #coaching, #FOAmed, #doctor, #nurse, #meded, #education, #hospital, #hospitalist, #innovation, #innovate, #medicalstudent, #medicalschool, #resident, #physician

    • 40 min
    Judy Melinek & TJ Mitchell on “Aftershock” & Moving To New Zealand

    Judy Melinek & TJ Mitchell on “Aftershock” & Moving To New Zealand

    "I will do the detective work after the fact to try to figure out what happened"



    Dr. Judy Melinek is a forensic pathologist and TJ Mitchell is a professional writer & they are back to discuss their experiences after moving to New Zealand as well as the release of their new book "Aftershock"



    If you didn't hear them on Explore The Space last year discussing "First Cut" here's the link to that episode. It is so much fun getting back into the world they've created with their protagonist, Dr. Jessie Teska.



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    Email feedback or ideas to mark@explorethespaceshow.com



    Check out the archive of Explore The Space Podcast as well as our Position Papers and much more!



    Follow on Twitter @ETSshow, Instagram @explorethespaceshow

    Sponsor: Elevate your expertise with Creighton University’s Healthcare Executive Educational programming. Learn more about Creighton’s Executive MBA and Executive Fellowship programs at www.creighton.edu/CHEE.

    Sponsor: The Clinician Experience Project by Practicing Excellence uses coaching and development to help clinicians become their best and improve patient and organizational outcomes, while amplifying purpose and contentment. Learn more at https://practicingexcellence.com/.

    Key Learnings



    1. When did they begin thinking about moving to New Zealand & how has the settling-in process gone?



    2. The process of moving to New Zealand during Covid-19



    3. Would they ever come back to the United States?



    4. The return of Dr. Jessie Teska with "Aftershock" and what this collaborative process felt like



    5. Why "Aftershock" is a dark story



    6. How they want to shape the world for Jessie Teska in future books



    7.  How their books are impacting career choices



    8. Appreciating how New Zealand continues to respond to science



    9. Deciding whether or not Covid19 will enter a subsequent book plot



    Links



    Twitter @DrJudyMelinek @TJMitchellWS



    Get your copy of "Aftershock" here



    #NewZealand, #Covid19, #Aftershock, #podcast, #podcasting, #healthcare, #digitalhealth, #health, #leadership, #mentorship, #coaching, #FOAmed, #doctor, #nurse, #meded, #education, #hospital, #hospitalist, #innovation, #innovate, #medicalstudent, #medicalschool, #resident, #physician

    • 38 min
    Wolfgang Gilliar On Osteopathic Medicine & Open Systems Thinking

    Wolfgang Gilliar On Osteopathic Medicine & Open Systems Thinking

    "Osteopathic medicine is an American treasure"



    Dr. Wolfgang Gilliar is an osteopathic physician who currents serves as Dean & Chief Academic Officer at the College of Osteopathic Medicine at Touro University Nevada. He is one of the great philosophers in the profession of medicine and he joins us to discuss open-systems thinking, the origins of anti-DO sentiment as well as the road forward, & why he thinks point of care ultrasounds (POCUS) is a critical element of medical education.



    Please subscribe to and rate Explore The Space on Apple Podcasts or wherever you download podcasts.



    Email feedback or ideas to mark@explorethespaceshow.com



    Check out the archive of Explore The Space Podcast as well as our Position Papers and much more!



    Follow on Twitter @ETSshow, Instagram @explorethespaceshow

    Sponsor: Elevate your expertise with Creighton University’s Healthcare Executive Educational programming. Learn more about Creighton’s Executive MBA and Executive Fellowship programs at www.creighton.edu/CHEE.

    Sponsor: The Clinician Experience Project by Practicing Excellence uses coaching and development to help clinicians become their best and improve patient and organizational outcomes, while amplifying purpose and contentment. Learn more at https://practicingexcellence.com/.

    Key Learnings



    1. Why rivers speak to Dr. Gilliar



    2. What is an "Open Systems Thinker" and how does it translate into education



    3. Reconciling complaints and criticism as a learned skill



    4. Addressing anti-DO sentiment, the background behind it, and the road forward



    5. Why osteopathic medicine is similar to jazz & what Dr. Gilliar's vision for the next-generation physician looks like



    6. Focusing on point of care ultrasound as a tool to improve perinatal health outcomes in Nevada and getting portable ultrasounds to Touro medical students



    7. A most wonderful definition of "resonant"



    Links



    Twitter @gilliar_do



    #osteopathicmedicine, #DO, #philosophy, #dean, #POCUS, #ultrasound#podcast, #podcasting, #healthcare, #digitalhealth, #health, #leadership, #mentorship, #coaching, #FOAmed, #doctor, #nurse, #meded, #education, #hospital, #hospitalist, #innovation, #innovate, #medicalstudent, #medicalschool, #resident, #physician

    • 38 min
    Resa Lewiss & Adaira Landry On Working Smarter Not Harder

    Resa Lewiss & Adaira Landry On Working Smarter Not Harder

    "I don't believe that work-life balance truly exists. What I think we can strive for is self-compassion"



    Dr. Resa Lewiss is Professor of Emergency Medicine & Radiology as well as Director of the Point-of-Care Ultrasound Division at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.  She is also the host of The Visible Voices Podcast.



    Dr. Adaira Landry is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School & Assistant Residency Director for the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency Programs



    Dr. Landry and Dr. Lewiss join Explore The Space Podcast to discuss a superb paper they co-authored on what efficient mentorship looks like. This was a springboard into a discussion of how we can all work smarter, why work-life balance is a myth, & their shared love of point of care ultrasound.



    Please subscribe to and rate Explore The Space on Apple Podcasts or wherever you download podcasts.



    Email feedback or ideas to mark@explorethespaceshow.com



    Check out the archive of Explore The Space Podcast as well as our Position Papers and much more!



    Follow on Twitter @ETSshow, Instagram @explorethespaceshow

    Sponsor: Elevate your expertise with Creighton University’s Healthcare Executive Educational programming. Learn more about Creighton’s Executive MBA and Executive Fellowship programs at www.creighton.edu/CHEE.

    Sponsor: The Clinician Experience Project by Practicing Excellence uses coaching and development to help clinicians become their best and improve patient and organizational outcomes, while amplifying purpose and contentment. Learn more at https://practicingexcellence.com/. 

    Sponsor: Vave Health believes that personal ultrasound is the future of medicine, with an aim to empower both clinicians and patients.  Check out their website for details on their free virtual ultrasound educational events and more, at www.vavehealth.com/live



    Key Learnings



    1. Learning about "Work smarter, not harder"



    2. Starting with the Self and thinking about how to move from where you are now to where you want to be in 5 years



    3. Replacing the myth of work-life balance with the reality of self-compassion



    4. Time, caring for Self, and getting a bagel and coffee



    5. Assessing how you use your time and how their HBR paper fits into that assessment



    6. Getting comfortable with saying No and the 3 criteria Dr. Landry uses



    7. Dr. Lewiss' pathway to becoming a point of care ultrasound (POCUS) expert



    8. How POCUS served as a springboard for Dr. Landry and seeing what speed & efficiency can look like



    9. The ways POCUS changes the physician-patient dynamic



    10. Having an impact on the question of "what's taking so long?"



    11. The importance of words



    Links



    Twitter @AdairaLandryMD @ResaELewiss



    Visible Voices Podcast



    "What Efficient Mentorship Looks Like"



    #efficiency, #fuelefficiency, #HBR, POCUS, #collaboration, #worklifebalance #podcast, #podcasting, #healthcare, #digitalhealth, #health, #leadership, #mentorship, #coaching, #FOAmed, #doctor, #nurse, #meded, #education, #hospital, #hospitalist, #innovation, #innovate, #medicalstudent, #medicalschool, #resident, #physician

    • 42 min

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