The Med Inspired Podcast is where we have conversations with healthcare providers to gain insight and perspectives that will help you grow both personally and professionally. Powerful stories that will both inspire and educate!
Pediatric Resuscitation with Scott DeBoer.
In this episode of the Med Inspired podcast I sit down with former flight nurse, paramedic, and international seminar leader and nurse consultant Scott DeBoer and talk about all things pediatric resuscitation. Scott's career spans 30 years as a pediatric critical care transport nurse, emergency room nurse, nurse educator and seminar leader. He has authored some 100 articles on pediatric emergency medicine and is the author of numerous CPEN review books.
Trauma Logistics with Dr. Mike Abernethy
Dr. Mike Abernethy is a chief flight physician at UW Med Flight. He has been a HEMS physician and ED attending since 1992. We sit down and discuss a myriad of topics related to the logistics and resuscitation of the pre-hospital trauma patient. Some of the topics discussed include how best to control the combative trauma patient, the logistics of airway management in trauma, supraglottic airways in trauma, shock index, MAP and much more!
Dr. Mark Shapiro on social issues in medicine, the habits of high achievers, and what makes a great story.
In this episode of the Med Inspired podcast I sit down with Dr. Mark Shapiro. Dr. Shapiro is a practicing physician and podcaster who hosts the popular Explore the Space podcast. We discuss why its important to talk about social issues in medicine, the value of podcasting in medicine, how social media has changed the landscape of networking for clinicians, and what makes a great story.
COVID-19 with Dr. Dara Kass
In this episode of the Med Inspired Podcast I sit down with Dr. Dara Kass. Dr. Kass is an emergency physician from New York City who is on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. She shares her unique perspective of not only what its like for the doctors, nurses, EMS providers, and techs battling this virus but also what its like as someone who has the virus.
Jonathon Feit on healthcare technology, opioid abuse disorders, and being nice
"You don't need to be trained in this industry to be a nice person."-Jonathon Feit
Jonathon Feit is the co-founder of Beyond Lucid Technologies Inc. He is a deep thinker on all things related to patient care reporting, community paramedicine, and making the world a better place. We sit down and discuss the current state of the opioid epidemic, how technology is changing the landscape of patient care reporting and tracking, and the current challenges facing healthcare today.
Imposter syndrome, healthy habits, and time management with Dr. Jaime Hope
In this episode of the Med Inspired podcast I sit down with Dr. Jaime Hope for an enlightening conversation about a myriad of topics. We discuss the SMARTER acronym for achieving goals, how to combat Imposter syndrome, and time management tips for the busy professional. Dr. Jaime Hope is an attending emergency physician in emergency medicine at Beaumont Health's Royal Oak campus, as well as author of Habit That!: How You Can Health Up in just 5 Minutes a Day.
An insightful look at numerous relevant and often discussed topics within medicine (both prehospital and inpatient). If you are involved in any type healthcare, it is absolutely worth a listen.
Love this podcast! Not a medic or firefighter; however, I learn a lot because it gives me an inside look into people in the medical field and the challenges they face. Humanizes them in a way that I can relate.
A perspective from a rare position in life
Excellent questions and a great perspective shared here. Hits you right in the bread basket if you know what I mean.
I am going to give that book, The Art of Not Giving an F a read, though I may already be an expert here.