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The Neuroscience Education Institute (NEI) is committed to help raise the standard of mental health by providing imaginative medical education that focuses on the highest level of learning. Each episode offers an opportunity to learn about current issues in psychiatry from key opinion leaders in the medical field. NEI's Podcast would be of value to anyone with an interest in neuropsychiatric diseases and psychopharmacology.
 
Real people talking about real recovery. Get inspired, get in action, and get sober by following in the footsteps of other addicts who have walked the path of recovery before you. You don’t have to do it alone, and you should not do this alone. That’s why we’re here. That’s why you should listen. Download a new episode every Tuesday and listen to it any time you need an uplifting voice in your ears. The Recovery Lifestyle is fun, healthy and fulfilling. We will help you to achieve it.
 
From the Oregon Center on Behavioral Health and Criminal Justice, this series shines a light on partnerships that are moving the dial, leading to better solutions and outcomes for people who may become involved with the justice system due to experiencing behavioral health, intellectual/developmental disabilities, or neurocognitive concerns. We talk with guests representing prominent voices from government, the judicial system, public safety, healthcare, and the broader community throughout m ...
 
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Commissioner Sharon Meieran, Multnomah County Commissioner, lawyer, and ER doctor discusses: What fuels her passion for her work around behavioral health as a commissioner and an ER doctor The importance of intervening upstream and meeting people where they are when providing behavioral health and wraparound services, as well as the importance of e…
 
Secretary Shulkin, the 9th Secretary of Veterans Affairs, shares bright spots within the Veterans Administration that may be applicable at private hospitals, health systems and health insurers. The discussion touches on topics including consumer centricity, whole-person care, digital health, mental health and innovation. This episode is sponsored b…
 
What has the research shown in terms of the relationship between THC and sleep and nightmares in patients with PTSD? What are your thoughts on the recent study by LaFrance et al. that claimed that PTSD symptoms were reduced by more than 50% after cannabis use? In this fascinating interview with Dr. Kari Franson, we discuss the evidence for and agai…
 
Experts from Banner Health, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Highmark, Insignia Health and UPMC Health Plan share success stories and best practices on how increasing activation not only helps consumers become better managers of their health but utilization and costs decline and consumer/patient satisfaction improves. Learn how you can implement their i…
 
Stan Gilbert, Klamath Basin Behavioral Health (KBBH) Executive Director, discusses how collaboration with community stakeholders has resulted in the following innovations: Behavioral Health embedded in the Community Corrections office, resulting in same day warm handoffs to behavioral health staff upon first check in upon release from prison/jail. …
 
David Contorno, Founder of E Powered Benefits and Dr. Alex Lickerman, Founder, Chief Medical Officer, and Direct Primary Care Physician, ImagineMD, discuss why primary care should be the foundation of our healthcare system. They also talk about why the financial incentive model for primary care doesn’t work and why direct primary care is a better m…
 
Kevin Lynch is the Founder, President and CEO of The Quell Foundation, discusses how healthcare payers and providers can employ empathy to remove the stigma of mental health and help the millions of Americans suffering from mental illness get the treatment they need. The Quell Foundation’s mission is to reduce the number of suicides, overdoses, and…
 
What exactly is reconsolidation? How does disrupting this process work to neutralize fear conditioning? How has hallucinogen-assisted psychotherapy been implemented as an attempt to block reconsolidation of activated memories during psychotherapy sessions In this episode, as part of our special series, the PsychopharmaStahlogy Show, Dr. Andrew Cutl…
 
Danielle Hanson, Oregon Judicial Department Statewide Specialty Court Coordinator, discusses: What are treatment/speciality courts? How do they work? How do they change lives? Why is it important to adhere to evidence based practice? How have the courts adapted to COVID? For more information about the intersection between criminal justice and behav…
 
Leaders representing CVS Health, Magellan, medical Mutual and UPMC Health Plan join Eric to share bright spots in chronic disease management programs. View bios: https://www.sharedpurposeconnect.com/bios-03112021/): Ellen Beckjord, Associate Vice President, Population Health and Clinical Transformation, UPMC Health Plan, Caroline Carney, MD, MSc, F…
 
What are the risk factors for pediatric anxiety, and how might those be altered by the pandemic? How can emotional intelligence and emotion regulation play a role in managing anxiety? What is self-efficacy, and why is it so important for managing pediatric anxiety? In this timely episode, we discuss how to manage pediatric anxiety with Dr. Krystal …
 
Diane Scottaline, Executive Director of The Arc of Benton County, and Members of The Arc of Benton County, John and Cody, discuss: What kinds of disabilities are included in this population? Why is the community experiencing I/DD considered a hidden population regarding the intersection of behavioral health and criminal justice? The importance of p…
 
What has research shown about the effectiveness of psychedelic or dissociative agents in the treatment of addiction? What is pharmacological extinction? What types of addictions have been researched, using this method as a treatment approach? In Part II of this special series, the PsychopharmaStahlogy Show Dr. Andrew Cutler asks Dr. Stephen Stahl t…
 
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, health plans are transforming how they engage with their members. Expectations are raised as consumers change how they shop, socialize, and live their everyday lives, driving health plans to change their relationships with their members to be more consumer-centric An all-star panel of experts from Anthem, Highm…
 
What are the greatest mental health disparities in this population? What has been particularly challenging for the transgender population during the COVID-19 pandemic? How can clinicians help recognize and treat the mental health needs of patients in the LGBTQ community, if they do not have advanced or specialized training for this population? In t…
 
Hear proven results from a successful group medical visit program. Learn how group visits helped patients adopt healthy habits and significantly change behaviors. The session features perspectives from experts representing the different stakeholders — lead physician, advanced provider, team leader, and patient — in a successful group visit program.…
 
What types of psychotherapies are typically used in conjunction with these dissociative agents? How does psilocybin differ from ketamine for the treatment of mental health conditions? What are the risks, if any associated with this type of therapeutic approach? In Part I of this special series, the PsychopharmaStahlogy Show Dr. Andrew Cutler asks D…
 
Randy Oostra, DM, FACHE, President & CEO, ProMedica, and Vic Strecher, PhD, MPH, Professor, University of Michigan School of Public Health, discuss how ProMedica is incorporating “personal determinants of health” to improve care and outcomes. They also share how having a strong life purpose is essential to health and well-being. Bios: https://www.s…
 
In this excerpt, taken from his presentation on the mental health consequences of COVID-19 for 2020NEIMax!, Dr. Sauve' addresses the rise in substance use disorders, and domestic violence as a result of the 2020 pandemic. Dr. William M. Sauvé received his medical degree from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Mary…
 
We know that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on mental health around the world. Can you share some findings with us on the effect of COVID-19 on mood disorders from the CLIMB study that was conducted this year? What were some of the new FDA approvals for medications that happened this year? In this episode, Dr, Cutler addresses t…
 
Christian, 45, has been at the Gault House Sober Living Environment for over a year. Christian has been addicted to alcohol, weed and a little bit of everything else. He started drinking and smoking pot early in life, and it rapidly progressed in volume and frequency. At his bottom, he was physically unable to walk into the store to buy more booze …
 
Neurodegenerative disorders have become increasingly prevalent today and can often be accompanied by dementia and other neuropsychiatric conditions such as psychosis. It is important to be able to differentiate psychosis that is associated with various types of dementia, while this can be challenging to clinicians. However, there are several existi…
 
Despite increasing evidence that bipolar disorders often emerge in adolescence, only about half of adolescents with a bipolar disorder receive mental health care. Research has shown that an early onset of a bipolar disorder, concomitant with a poor diagnosis and lack of treatment, can have lifelong devastating effects for the patient. Adults and yo…
 
Healthcare advocate, entrepreneur, and author Dave Chase discusses why healthcare is so expensive and shares some radical ways to reinvent healthcare during this episode. Dave highlights case studies featured in his new book, Relocalizing Health: The Future of Healthcare is Local, Open and Independent, which details the solutions employers and loca…
 
How can someone tell whether they are experiencing chronic levels of stress? The holidays are typically a great source of stress for most people. What are the unique challenges that we face this year in terms of the holidays during a pandemic? In this timely interview, Dr. Jennifer Love addresses these important questions, and so much more in this …
 
Our expert panel discusses the importance of listening and responding to the voice of the healthcare consumer to improve the overall patient/member experience, clinical outcomes, and personalized care. Panelists include: David Langer, MD, Chair, Neurosurgery, Lenox Hill Hospital and star of Netflix docuseries Lenox Hill; Melinda Karp, MBA, Executiv…
 
Carlos, 45, grew up in the East Bay and Northern California. In his teenage years, after numerous Grateful Dead shows and experimentation with using and selling psychedelics, he was eventually consumed by alcoholism and trapped in a cycle of relapse brought about by cannabis use and his drinking. This is the story of how he came to arrive at the Ga…
 
Our expert panel discusses the importance of listening and responding to the voice of the healthcare consumer to improve the overall patient/member experience, clinical outcomes, and personalized care. Panelists include: David Langer, MD, Chair, Neurosurgery, Lenox Hill Hospital and star of Netflix docuseries Lenox Hill; Melinda Karp, MBA, Executiv…
 
Tardive dyskinesia (TD) is a movement disorder characterized by involuntary movements of the tongue, lips, face, trunk, and extremities that occur in patients treated with dopamine receptor blocking agents (DRBAs). Patients can have symptoms that persist for months, years, or even permanently. Greater awareness about risk factors and which agents m…
 
What are the most common reasons for insomnia? What is effective for treating insomnia? Can you explain sleep hygiene? In Part 2 she answers these questions and so much more! Dr. Jade Wu is a licensed clinical psychologist, sleep researcher, and host of the Savvy Psychologist podcast. She is a frequent guest on popular radio and podcast shows such …
 
Jeff K’s best times with drugs consisted of hiking trips where he and his friends went hunting for psychedelic mushrooms. He remembers it as a fun experience of connecting with friends, something that he didn’t to come down from. But then there’s the flip side. As Jeff progressed into alcoholism and meth addiction, he started to struggle in leading…
 
How do we know how much sleep we actually need? Are devices like the FitBit accurate at tracking what stage of sleep we’re in, according to heart rate? How does substance abuse contribute to nightmares? In this episode of the NEI Podcast, psychiatrist and sleep researcher, Dr. Jade Wu answers these questions and so much more! Learn about her cuttin…
 
The world of medicine moves fast and constantly changing as evidenced by the COVID-19 pandemic David Nash, MD, MD, MBA, Founding Dean Emeritus, Jefferson College of Population Health, Dr. Daniel David, MD, Medical Director, K2P and Mary Ellen Beliveau, MEd, Founder and CEO, K2P discuss why It’s essential for physicians and providers to keep pace wi…
 
Our incredible panel of experts discusses how to effectively identify roadblocks to virtual care for patients in more vulnerable and underserved communities. They share strategies for bridging the “digital divide” and improving health outcomes from leaders “in the trenches” trying to improve quality and access. Panelists include Kemi Alli, MD, CEO,…
 
How are social media platforms being used for negativity and what can people do to protect their mental health on these platforms? How have you used Tiktok and other social media platforms to help remove the stigma associated with mental health conditions, and to make a positive impact in the adolescent population? In this episode, we interview psy…
 
With information on COVID-19 evolving daily, our expert physician panel shares their thoughts on what we can expect from the virus over the next several months. They will also discuss lessons learned from the past seven months. Their conversation addresses topics tied to antibodies, treatment best practices, racial inequalities, innovation, and mor…
 
Reliant Medical Group CMO Dr. Thad Schilling and Chief Behavioral Health Officer Dr. Samuel Nordberg walk us through the health system’s decision to rethink its approach to primary care by embedding mental health into primary care practices. They also discuss the business drivers behind the decision. and why they chose the full spectrum model, whic…
 
What is an ecological momentary assessment? How are ecological momentary interventions powerful and helpful in a clinical research setting? Learn more about how digital technology, smart phone applications, electronic surveys, and wearable devices can help in both the clinical research and the clinical treatment arena. In this fascinating interview…
 
Cara McNulty, DPA, President, Aetna Behavioral Health and Sara Ratner, Senior Vice President, Government Programs and Strategic Initiatives, Revel Health discuss the importance of removing the stigma behind mental illness in order to reach “silent sufferers” - patients suffering in silence rather than seek treatment for their mental disorder. Topic…
 
Opioid addiction, abuse, and overdose have all grown to epidemic proportions in the United States as well as worldwide in recent years—such information is no longer up for debate. With an estimated 400,000 persons using illicit opiates each month, and another 4 million reporting use of prescription pain relievers for nonmedical purposes, in the Uni…
 
In this timely and important discussion, our expert panelists discuss strategies for improving health outcomes by reducing race-based obstacles in our healthcare system. They also share success stories on how SDOH initiatives and cultural competency programs are helping to bridge the long-standing racial disparities gap. Panelist bios can be found …
 
September is National Recovery Month! In this invigorating interview with addiction expert, Dr. Nzinga Harrison, we discuss the need for removing the stigma and misconceptions surrounding the topic of addiction, and how to apply treatment strategies focused on understanding compassion, and evidence-based scientific research. When it comes to addict…
 
Today’s healthcare consumers have many choices and practicing empathy can be a key differentiating factor in a crowded marketplace. No app, drug, or medical device can replace genuine human connection. Our all-star panel of experts from Stanford Healthcare, Commonwealth Care Alliance, UPMC, Nemours Children’s Health System, and Barnes-Jewish Hospit…
 
When it comes to serious mental illness (SMI), mental health professionals work hard to help remove the associated negative stigma, and to educate patients and caregivers to help them thrive. In this episode, we interview two clinical experts who are part of an interdisciplinary team at the APA/SMI Advisor program. This joint initiative between the…
 
As COVID-19 spread across the country, primary care practices were forced to transform in a few short weeks. While causing economic upheaval in the health care system, the pandemic also showed how primary care can move into the future and deliver care in multiple ways. Our expert panel discusses the key drivers of primary care transformation, what …
 
The Netflix docuseries Lenox Hill follows four doctors from Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City as they juggle their work and personal lives. Dr. David Langer, one of the show’s stars, shares anecdotes from the acclaimed series and what it was like to perform brain surgery while being filmed. He also discusses how Northwell Health is innovating th…
 
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