THE MIND FULL MEDIC PODCAST

THE MIND FULL MEDIC PODCAST

Podcast exploring the broader definitions of health, well-being and optimal performance.

Episodes

October 2, 2022 87 min

       In S3 E10 I am delighted to welcome the dream team behind the South Australian branch of Doctors' Health and the upcoming Australasian Doctors' Health Conference 2022 in Adelaide December 1-3, Dr Roger Sexton and Kiara Cannizzaro.

     Roger MBBS (Adel), DRCOG(UK), FRACGP, FACRRM, MBA (Adel), FAICD  was appointed part-time Medical Director of Doctors' Health SA in 2010. He has been a rural procedural GP for over 3...

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        In S3 E9 I am delighted to welcome Dr Daniel Murphy, MD to the podcast.  Dr Murphy is a Professor of Pediatrics(Cardiology),Emeritus . He is  the co-Director, Department Wellbeing Directors Council and the Course Director, Stanford WellMD Physician Well-being Director Course at Stanford University School of Medicine.   Our paths first crossed when I was a participant on the  Stanford Wellbeing Directors course in 2021.  Aft...

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       In S3 E8 I am delighted to speak to Dr Adrian Plunkett, Consultant Paediatric Intensivist at Birmingham Children’s Hospital and Founder of the incredible Learning from Excellence ( LfE) platform about his work and the evolution of the platform to date. As testament to the global impact of the  "philosophy, practice and social movement", he has created, I am equally delighted to introduce my Emergency Physician Collea...

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"Nutrition in medicine is a human factors issue" Dr Maryam Makowski
In S3 E 7 I am delighted to welcome Dr Maryam S. Makowski, Ph.D., FACN, NBC-HWC to the podcast. Dr Makowski is a clinical assistant professor in the Stanford University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, the Associate Director of Scholarship and Health Promotion of the Stanford Medicine WellMD & WellPhD Center, and a nutrition and physici...

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           Welcome to this very special mash up podcast edition with my previous guests Dr Andrea Austin MD and Dr Dan Dworkis MD on RECOVERY.

Dr Dan Dworkis MD  Emergency Physician Host of The Emergency Mind Podcast and Author of The Emergency Mind book ( full bio S2E8)

Dr Andrea Austin MD  Emergency Physician Simulation Educator and Host of The Revitalising Doctor Podcast. ( full bio S2E14)

"There is no performance without recov...

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  Welcome back to S3 E6.  Returning further inspired, motivated and equipped with more knowledge, tools and specific training from my trip to California for Stanford's Chief Wellness Officer Course last month, I am delighted to speak to Dr Joanna Sinclair, a clinician leading the change and charge in organisational wellbeing in healthcare on this side of the planet.
        Dr Sinclair is an Anaesthetist living and working in Ne...

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In S 3 E 4 I am delighted to welcome  Dr Chris Turner to the podcast.  Dr Turner is a consultant in Emergency Medicine at University Hospitals of Coventry and Warwickshire in England.  He is also the co-founder of Civility Saves Lives ( https://www.civilitysaveslives.com ) a grass roots organisation dedicated to raising awareness of the impact behaviour has on individuals, teams and organisations.  He has given two TEDx talks on th...

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 I interrupt a brief podcast hiatus from bonny Scotland to bring you some exciting information about a pilot mentoring project Mentor MD inspired by previous S3 podcast guest, Paediatric Emergency physician, clinical leader and coach, Dr Sarah Dalton and her coaching partner at Capstan Rita Holland.  I am delighted for The Mind Full Medic podcast to support the pilot project and contribute as a mentor.  You will recognise some prev...

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In S3 E4 I am delighted to welcome Dr Mark Shapiro MD to the podcast.
Dr Shapiro is a Hospitalist in full time clinical practice in Sonoma Vally, California. He is board certified in internal medicine, attained in University of California, San Diego. He has a BA in history from University of California, Los Angeles and spent some time as a sports journalist as an undergraduate.
       Notably he is the creator, producer and host of ...

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         In S3 E 3 I am delighted to welcome Lincoln Quilliam to the podcast.  Lincoln is a Civil Engineer and Project Manager with a passion for adventure, travel and innovation.  He is the Founder and Race director of the Kunyani Mountain Run, Run director at the Kunyani Trail Series, Owner of Trail Ventures and Vice President at the Tasmanian Trail Running Association.  He is a recipient of a Winston Churchill Fellowship Tasmani...

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         In S3E2 I am delighted to welcome Dr Sarah Dalton,  B. Med MMgt (Hlth) FRACP GAICD, to the podcast. Dr Dalton is the Director of Clinical Engagement at eHealth NSW,  a Paediatric Emergency Physician and a professional Coach offering services to health executives and clinical leaders through Capstan Partners in Sydney.
        In this wonderful conversation we explore Sarah's clinical and non-clinical roles and career tr...

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Welcome back to Season 3 Episode 1.   I am delighted to introduce Dr Todd Fraser. Todd is an Intensive care specialist and aeromedical retrieval physician currently living and working in the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia.  He has held director and senior leadership roles wearing both of these hats. Todd is also an experienced medical educator and supervisor of training.  He is the co-founder of digital platform Osler Tech.
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Season 2 / 2021 wrap up.  Thank you to listeners and our growing global community.  Another opportunity to review the year and season that was and to give particular thanks to my incredible guests for generously and enthusiastically sharing their time, expertise and perspective. I am very proud of the space we are creating.

  I discuss this paper by Dr Tait Shanafelt which articulates the future of sustaining the wellbeing, performa...

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    In S2 E15 I am delighted to welcome Dr Eve Purdy to the podcast. Dr Purdy has a fascinating skill set as both Emergency Physician and Applied Anthropologist. She completed her emergency medicine residency in Kingston, Ontario in Canada whilst concurrently studying for her masters in anthropology in Utah. Today she combines her passion and expertise using her skills to research and evaluate culture and team dynamics in emergency...

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            In S2 E14 I am delighted to welcome Dr Andrea Austin MD, FACEP, FAAEM, CHSE to the podcast. Dr Austin is an Emergency Physician and Simulation educator based in Southern California.  She graduated medical school from the University of Iowa and completed her emergency medicine residency at Naval Medical Center San Diego ( NMCSD) Dr Austin was the first female emergency physician to be stationed at Navy Trauma Training Ce...

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            In S2 E13 I am delighted to welcome Melissa Clarke to the podcast. Melissa is a political reporter with the ABC, working at Parliament House in Canberra. It’s a job she has had, with a few interludes, for more than a decade. She reports on politics, parliament and national affairs across a range of radio and television programs, as well as ABC digital news site. Melissa’s reporting experience spans beyond politics thoug...

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 In  S2E12 I am delighted to welcome Dr Alice McNamara and Dr Charlotte Durand to the podcast.
      Alice is sport and exercise medicine registrar in Melbourne, Australia. She is also a dual world champion rower with over a decade of experience on the Australian women’s rowing team. She qualified for the lightweight women’s double for the London Olympic Games and attended the Beijing games as an alternate.
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           In episode 11 Season 2 I'm delighted to welcome Luke Pryor BPsych (Hons) MPsych (Clin), MAPS.  Luke is a clinical psychologist based  in Queensland.  He is also an impressive ultra runner. 
    Luke has a background in human movement, sports and exercise science and has worked with elite and recreational athletes and teams.  He found himself increasingly drawn to the mental aspects of performance which led him to und...

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In S 2 E 10 I am delighted to welcome Dr Brendon Stubbs BSc ( Hons) Physiotherapy Msc ( Neuro-rehabilitation ),PhD( Pain Medicine and Rehab) . 
           Dr Stubbs is a clinical-academic researcher with main interests in physical activity and mental health, ageing and meta-research. He has a fascinating skill set as both clinician and practising mental health physiotherapist and leading researcher nationally and internationally on...

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              In S2 E 9 I am delighted to introduce Dr Rachel Beanland MBChB MPH FFPH.  Rachel is a public health clinician and independent consultant and health advisor. Originally from the UK, and with two decades of experience working in the areas of infectious diseases and public health, Rachel now works and lives in France. She is a passion advocate for work to reduce health inequalities for populations, communities and indivi...

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