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Clinician burnout: A public health crisis
Dr. Lis Bellini, Senior Vice Dean for Academic Affairs, Professor of Medicine, Vice Chair, Education and Inpatient Services, Department of Medicine, discusses the increasing prevalence of physician burnout and the need for improving physician wellbeing and engagement.
Emerging out of the Shadow of the Coronavirus and Racism Pandemics
An interview with Eugene A. Woods, President and CEO of Atrium Health.
Inspiring a Future Generation of Nurses
Kelly Hancock, Executive Chief Nursing Officer for The Cleveland Clinic and Chief Nursing Officer of the Cleveland Clinic Main Campus, discusses Healthcare-specific challenges and action-oriented solutions for emerging through the pandemic and adapting to flourish in the new normal.
The Rapid Prototyper
In a change to the usual format John Palumbo and Cynthia Stuckey catch up with a Goliath already taking a leaf from David’s playbook. Amy Benzinger head of projects at Cisco Hyper Innovation Living Labs (CHILL) talks about bringing start-up culture to the 70,000+ Cisco team. Discussing why championing agility, innovation and adaptability is key and how “shut up and build it” is what makes their 48-hour rapid prototyping model such a success.
The Deep Learning Guru
This week John and Cynthia meet Elad Wallach from Aidoc, an innovative healthcare AI start-up and one of Time Magazine's 50 Genius Companies. Elad discusses how he sees his company’s culture as its Operating System the foundation for everything they want to achieve. But he’s not afraid of failure. Only by accepting failure as part of the day-to-day can businesses empower people and help them grow within an organization, no matter their size.
The Inspiring Bag Lady
Inventor, CEO and equality innovator Sarah Collins is best known as the creator of the Wonderbag, a globally conscious 1-for-1 social enterprise. Over the past 11 years over 1.5million Wonderbags have been activated in the Developed and Developing (majority) world. Sarah’s extreme dedication, resilience and determination has earned her Fortune Magazine’s Top 10 Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs, Oprah’s African Heroines, Fair Lady’s prestigious Woman of the Future Award and in 2019 she graced the front cover of Forbes Africa Women Magazine as one of Africa’s top six wealth creators on the continent. Her most recent achievement was being awarded the 21st Century Icon Award for the Ardent Techie category in London.
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