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May 9, 2018

Bloodletting. Lobotomies. Cocaine for toothaches...History shows us that some of the medical treatments we thought were correct were totally off the mark! So what about now? It's inevitable that upcoming generations will improve upon what we know and how we do things. These generations are in the workforce now. Learn...


Apr 11, 2018

There are five generations in the workforce today, all with distinct motivations and goals. It’s messy. It’s challenging—not only to work together, but also to keep from driving each other crazy. Learn about the characteristics of each of the five generations, the teaching methods and styles that best suit...


Mar 14, 2018

Dr. David Inwards-Breland outlines the steps clinicians can take to ensure transgender youth receive the care they need—from the moment a patient enters the waiting room of their pediatrician’s office until they transition to the care of an adult provider.

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Feb 14, 2018

A critical care nurse shares the ups and downs that she experienced when newly diagnosed with diabetes. Despite being a nurse and following medical instructions about blood sugar control, Diane was unsuccessful in keeping her A1C low enough. What was wrong? It took Diane and her identical twin two years to solve her...


Jan 10, 2018

There is a factor intrinsic in every human being that can prevent us from achieving excellence in healthcare equity. Discover what that factor is and how understanding its impact can change the way we approach others.

In this podcast, Dr. Kenya Beard encourages providers and key stakeholders to reflect on the challenges...