45 episodes

Beyond Clinical Medicine is a healthcare podcast series interviewing leading clinicians and industry experts on current topics impacting clinicians and healthcare workers across the country. Hosted by Dr. Rob Strauss, FACEP, Chief Medical Training Officer, TeamHealth, this podcast covers everything they don‘t teach you in residency and beyond.

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Beyond Clinical Medicine is a healthcare podcast series interviewing leading clinicians and industry experts on current topics impacting clinicians and healthcare workers across the country. Hosted by Dr. Rob Strauss, FACEP, Chief Medical Training Officer, TeamHealth, this podcast covers everything they don‘t teach you in residency and beyond.

    Episode 45: Encouraging Wellness in Your Clinical Team

    Episode 45: Encouraging Wellness in Your Clinical Team

    It can be difficult for clinicians to prioritize wellness; however, it's vital both for healthy work-life integration and for the success delivery of patient care. In this episode of Beyond Clinical Medicine, guest host Frank Lee, MD, FACEP, Special Administrative Consultant, TeamHealth, and guest Jhuma Chaudhuri, MD, CHCQM, Facility Medical Director, Hospital Medicine, TeamHealth, discuss tactics to encourage well-being on your teams. Access Dr. Chaudhuri's wellness slide here: https://tinyurl.com/2dfy3aew 

     

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    • 16 min
    Episode 44: A Heart for Medicine in Ukraine

    Episode 44: A Heart for Medicine in Ukraine

    In 1996, Dr. Brian McMurray, Associate Director, Litigation Support Team, responded to the call to serve the people of Ukraine on medical mission. During his first trips, he discovered a life-long passion and has now returned from his 44th trip to Ukraine earlier in 2022. Listen to the full episode with host Dr. Robert Strauss, Chief Medical Training Officer, as Dr. McMurray describes his incredible story of partnership with medical professionals and civilians, even amidst the country's ongoing conflict.

    • 27 min
    Episode 43: Improving Opioid Prescribing Techniques

    Episode 43: Improving Opioid Prescribing Techniques

    With the opioid epidemic in America showing troubling trends, such as a steep rise in the number of opioid-related deaths during the pandemic, healthcare professionals face increased challenges to develop better opioid prescribing habits while maintaining quality care. On this episode of the Beyond Clinical Medicine Podcast, Dr. Robert Strauss, Chief Medical Training Officer, interviews Dr. Nathan Schlicher, Regional Medical Director of Quality Assurance and Associate Director of Litigation Support. Dr. Schlicher is the clinical lead for the Better Prescribing, Better Treatment program, a collaborative effort in Washington state to promote clinician-driven guidelines for improved opioid prescribing techniques.

     

    Learn more about the Better Prescribing, Better Treatment program: https://wsma.org/better-prescribing

     

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    • 28 min
    Episode 42: The Future of Telemedicine

    Episode 42: The Future of Telemedicine

    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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    • 24 min
    Episode 41: A Clinician’s Persistence through Tragedy and Being the Change

    Episode 41: A Clinician’s Persistence through Tragedy and Being the Change

    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/

    • 29 min
    Episode 40: Cultivating Courage and Perseverance as a Critical Care Physician

    Episode 40: Cultivating Courage and Perseverance as a Critical Care Physician

    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.

    • 25 min

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