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Relational Rounds features conversations with leading minds and powerful disruptors - from current clinicians to internationally renowned leaders, authors, and activists - on some of the most pressing issues facing primary care and healthcare transformation.

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Relational Rounds features conversations with leading minds and powerful disruptors - from current clinicians to internationally renowned leaders, authors, and activists - on some of the most pressing issues facing primary care and healthcare transformation.

    Foundations of Teaming: Fostering Psychologically Safer Spaces — Brian Park

    Foundations of Teaming: Fostering Psychologically Safer Spaces — Brian Park

    This podcast showcases a deeper discussion of psychological safety, described by Amy Edmondson, an expert on leadership, teaming, and organizational learning, as “a shared belief that the team is safe for interpersonal risk-taking.” You will hear Dr. Brian Park share stories of colleagues leading from where they stand to create safer spaces for those around them. With the current COVID-19 crisis, there has been an increase in fear, anxiety, and stress among healthcare workers. Psychological safety is always important, but now more than ever, we need to make sure people can speak up to share their concerns and seek the support they need.
     
    Key takeaways:
    [1:15] The four core models of relational leadership — and one of them is psychological safety.
    [1:40] What is psychological safety?
    [4:02] Brian Park introduces himself and the crucial importance of relational leadership practices.
    [7:14] Brian Park defines psychological safety.
    [9:54] Brian Park explains different factors associated with psychological safety.
    [11:13] What does psychological safety look like in a team?
    [12:23] Psychological safety in times of COVID-19 is more important than ever.
    [13:40] Brian Park shares how humanizing each other is a helpful behavior to cope with the stress of workers in health care teams who are dealing with the COVID-19.
    [16:10] A leader is just a human that feels, struggles, and is brave enough to share it.
    [16:25] Brainstorming should be an invitation to play.
    [18:23] Embrace a ‘fail forward’ mindset, a growth mindset.
    [19:20] Assign a balcony team member: Someone who can stay outside of the team and observe the relational dynamics.
    [23:50] How Brian Park models psychological safety.
     
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    • 29 min
    Listening Well: Inviting Others to Share Their Stories

    Listening Well: Inviting Others to Share Their Stories

    Stories are powerful. Stories help us feel seen and give us a sense of being
    known. Listening to a colleague’s story can transform your relationship, allowing you to move
    from, “I know what she does” to “I understand what she cares about.” Listen for more on how to
    invite others to share their stories.
    Key takeaways:
    [1:26] PCP is reengineering the way of delivering the relational leadership curriculum.
    [2:50] Listen to understand.
    [3:10] Matt Lewis, senior strategic consultant at PCP.
    [5:24] The importance of feeling seen.
    [6:25] Storytelling to achieve a quick sense of community.
    [7:27] Stay curious.
    [10:04] Ask more questions and encourage people to “say more.”
    [10:32] Observe how you feel when you are listening to people’s stories.
    [13:13] Challenge the cultural narrative.
    [15:13] In moments of uncertainty and overwhelm storytelling can be liberating.
    [16:40] Look back to other moments of fear and uncertainty in your life and how you managed to
    go through them.
    Mentioned in this Episode:
    Relational Rounds at Primary Care Progress
    Primary Care Progress on Twitter

    • 18 min
    Medical Education with Dr. Mark Schuster

    Medical Education with Dr. Mark Schuster

    Dr. Mark Schuster is a physician, scientist, and advocate for healthy families and communities. Dr. Schuster is recognized as an international leader in research on child, adolescent, and family health, concentrating on topics such as quality of care, health disparities, family leave, obesity prevention, and bullying. Dr. Mark is a founding dean and CEO of Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine

    • 38 min
    A Team to Fix HealthCare — Stephanie Bartz, Curtis Mock, Todd Staub, and Kay Stevens Madler from OptumCare

    A Team to Fix HealthCare — Stephanie Bartz, Curtis Mock, Todd Staub, and Kay Stevens Madler from OptumCare

    The statistics are now known by everyone: by September 2018 it was reported by the Physicians Foundation that 78% of doctors are presenting symptoms of burnout. Physicians have the highest rates of suicide in the nation; interns experience a 10-fold increase in depression during the first year of internship; it is a very tough time to be in medicine. There are many institutions fighting back against this trend; one of them is OptumCare

    • 50 min
    A New Perspective in Medical Education— Dr. Mark Schuster, MD. Ph.D.

    A New Perspective in Medical Education— Dr. Mark Schuster, MD. Ph.D.

    A physician, scientist, educator, and advocate for healthy families and communities, Dr. Mark Schuster is an international leader on quality of care, health disparities, and prevention. Author of two books and more than 200 journal articles, Dr. Schuster was appointed founding Dean and CEO of the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine in 2017. The school is set to open its doors to an inaugural class of aspiring clinicians this year

    • 36 min
    The Wright Center’s residency program keeps advocacy at the core — Patrick Kinner and Nickia King, DO

    The Wright Center’s residency program keeps advocacy at the core — Patrick Kinner and Nickia King, DO

    Elizabeth Metraux is having two thoughtful conversations at Unity Health Care in Washington, DC, a Teaching Health Center connected with The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education. She speaks with Patrick Kinner and Dr. Nickia King about the gap between what is taught in medical schools and the realities of daily practice, particularly the social determinants of health

    • 49 min

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