Lessons from the Emergency Department and beyond on applying knowledge under pressure and getting done what needs doing.
36: Stephen Hearns, MB ChB, on Peak Performance Under Pressure
Building individual and team expertise in high-pressure performance in emergency and aeromedical retrieval medicine, with Dr. Stephen Hearns
35: Katelyn Dowling PhD, on Finding Coherence
On deepening and leveraging the connections between your heart and your mind, with Dr. Katelyn Dowling, PhD in Clinical Psychology.
34: Resa Lewiss MD, on Bias and Performance Under Pressure
Processing and responding to bias, aggression, and prejudice while performing under pressure, with ER doctor and educator Resa Lewiss, MD.
33: Bryan Hayes, PharmD, on Building Systems for Mastery
Owning your role in difficult situations, building iterative self improvement, embracing feedback, and much more, with emergency pharmacist, toxicologist, and professor at Harvard medical school Bryan Hayes, PharmD, DABAT, FAACT, FASHP.
32: Phindile Chowa, MD, on Pause and Reflection
Creating space for calm action under pressure, connecting to our common humanity, and the power of pausing to reflect, with emergency physician and podcaster Dr. Phindile Chowa
31: Adam Szulewski MD PhD on Understanding Cognitive Load
Understanding cognitive load theory during a crisis, measuring expertise, building systems to improve performance, and more, with emergency doctor and cognitive load expert Dr. Adam Szulewski.
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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.