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Best CSSD podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best CSSD podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Even though their tools and equipment touch nearly every surgical patient in the world, how much do you really know about the people, processes, and products used in the Sterile Processing industry? Beyond Clean offers a creative look into the inner workings of a healthcare industry surrounded by challenges, disrupted by change, and committed to getting it right -- every instrument, every time. The team at Beyond Clean will bring on some of the biggest names in surgical instrument reprocessi ...
 
Join the founders of The Full Bloom Project for a weekly dose of body-positive parenting wisdom. Zoë Bisbing, LCSW and Leslie Bloch, LCSW-R are both New York City-based adolescent eating disorder psychotherapists, mothers of two, and research-junkies. They are on a mission to teach parents everywhere how to transform their home environment into a place where children can naturally boost immunity to our appearance obsessed culture, so they can channel their precious resources towards more mea ...
 
Nutrition can be complicated, and the #WouldJaimeEatIt podcast is here to help simplify it! Hosted by Jaime Rothermich, RD, CSSD, LD, CSCS, we take a look at one food/drink per episode and break down the 'goods' and 'bads' according to Jaime, as well as his personal verdict on whether its something he as a dietitian would consume. Simple analysis in a light, quick format.
 
"Whether you think you can or you think you can't, you're right." How many times have you heard of a "dream job," an extraordinary athletic feat, or even a benevolent vocation that someone has and thought to yourself, "I Could NEVER Do That!" These people don't have superpowers, per se. These normal folks simply have a huge desire to do what it is they're doing and they ultimately have an unwavering faith that they can achieve their goals, no matter how big. Remember, courage isn't the absen ...
 
Really Truly Fit with Jim WhiteWhat’s up with the latest diet craze? Do you have to move it to lose it? And what are the best foods and exercises that can help optimize your health? Really Truly Fit with Jim White answers all of your fitness and nutrition questions and much more. Jim's real talk messaging is based on scientific research not nutrition quackery. You’ll hear about fitness products that are a waste of money or worth their weight in gold to what food can heal you and what foods c ...
 
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In 2011, Christina Fast, an internationally certified Sterile Processing Educator, volunteered on the Africa Mercy—the world’s largest floating hospital. While docked in Freetown, Sierra Leone, Christina visited the sterile processing department of a local healthcare facility where she witnessed health care workers responsible for reprocessing surg…
 
We’re joined by researcher Dr. Suman Ambwani to discuss the ubiquitous trend of “clean eating,” cleanses, and other pop culture health fads. She talks us through her research on clean eating and the risks that come with moralizing food, especially for young people. We explore the connections between clean eating and privilege, find out where our ki…
 
If you’ve ever been a new hire in the sterile processing department, this week’s Beyond Clean podcast interview may bring back some, we’ll just say interesting, memories. We’re talking about the onboarding process and setting sterile processing professionals up for success from day one. Our guest, William Bryant, discusses the topic of getting onbo…
 
Social psychologist Dr. Jeff Hunger helps us dig deeper into the available research on weight stigma. He points out some ironic misconceptions about the impact of weight stigma, including its consequences for mental and physical health. We also discuss how parents and healthcare providers can translate research findings to their daily lives. Read t…
 
Two words: Shift wars. Each shift in a hospital department is riddled with interpersonal dynamics but the interplay between shifts is a topic we are finally shining a well-deserved light on. It's something that is a reality for many healthcare professionals and on this week's episode of Beyond Clean, we talk to 2nd shift Sterile Processing leader, …
 
This week we’re talking with researcher and educator Dr. Karen Bluth about all things self-compassion: what it really means, and why it can benefit every member of the family. Dr. Bluth talks us through the research, challenges misconceptions, and argues that self-compassion is actually more valuable for our kids than self-esteem. We also learn how…
 
You wake up this morning, grab your cup of coffee and head into work. You get there to greet a new department- one that you have very little familiarity with- the Sterile Processing Department. You have a couple of days to observe the state of affairs and then congratulations the department is yours to manage! What would your strategy be? How would…
 
Dr. Laura Thomas, founder of the London Center for Intuitive Eating, joins us for a discussion about the trials and tribulations of raising children to be intuitive eaters. She speaks to parents experiencing challenges like picky eating, food sneaking, and struggling with your own relationship to food. We also dig into the “division of responsibili…
 
As healthcare professionals, we go to great lengths to make sure that our Operating Rooms are safe and that the sterility of medical devices is maintained to prevent harm to patients. What if, after all that effort, the culprit for spreading illness is actually your HVAC system? A potential breeding ground for biological growth, mold and mildew, th…
 
Shoutouts, thank yous, updates and more. A lot has changed in the past year and founder of Indigenous Nutritionist, Kelly Ahearn, has returned to The Big Apple. This does not mean her approach will not be global. Listen in to this short but sweet episode and Happy New Year!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast…
 
We talk with sports performance nutritionist (and our former coworker!) Laura Moretti Reece about how to help kids and teens navigate the intense world of sports while maintaining a healthy relationship to their bodies and food. Laura busts nutrition myths and shares what all parents should know about athletic participation, disordered eating, and …
 
On October 1, 2017 a gunman opened fire on a crowd of concertgoers on Route 91 in Las Vegas, Nevada. 10 minutes later the deadliest mass shooting in US history had transpired within the blink of an eye. Little did this week's podcast guest know that the training he pursued in the military and surgical services would set him up for success finding o…
 
Andrew Dole shares on PHIT for a Queen why “He comes informed when working with his athletes. Addressing Context= individual needs of the athlete.” His style is sorting science with common sense. Dairy can be a great resource as a complete nutritional package for that athlete. When working with his athlete’s takes the approach that you don’t have t…
 
It stands a little over five feet tall, increases sterilization efficiencies and saves time and money. Yes, it could be your new best friend- it’s the SteriCUBE and on this week’s release of the Beyond Clean Vendor Spotlight series, we talk to Michele Mauzerall, CEO and Managing Partner at PMBS, LLC and Progressive Sterilization, LLC about the bene…
 
We’re joined by the hilarious clinical psychologist and author Louise Adams, who is fired up about changing how society views health, diets, weight loss, and bodies. We discuss “childhood obesity” research, including Louise’s criticisms of an ongoing Australian weight loss trial. Louise also takes us point by point through the research used to just…
 
When a problem strikes in Sterile Processing or the Operating Room that puts a patient at risk, the knee jerk reaction is to what? To fire the person responsible. In this first episode of Season 7 we talk with a mathematics major on a full scholarship-turned-Sterile Processing leader about the cultural shift that needs to happen in order to make la…
 
Regulators want it, healthcare facilities want it, medical device manufacturers want it...what if surgical instrument validation was actually geared toward a specific standard protocol? This re-released Season 1 episode features one of the biggest names in sterile processing, Ralph Basile, who talks with Justin Poulin, Michael Matthews and Hank Bal…
 
Surgical instrument repair questions are such an important part of everything that we do as sterile processing professionals. David Anbari joins us to talk about preventative maintenance, accessibility and the mobile aspect of third party repair services. Who are the people repairing instrumentation and what's the difference between third party rep…
 
Picture this: your hospital has access to a magic button that would reduce SPD volume by up to 100 trays per week and reduce tray sizes by over 35%. Sound too good to be true? On this release of the Beyond Clean Vendor Spotlight series, we talk to David Rowe and Dr. Martyn Knowles from Operative Flow Technologies. OpFlow, a data driven product focu…
 
Clinical social worker and PhD candidate Kyle Ganson joins us to discuss the role that fathers and other male caregivers can play in nurturing intuitive eating and positive body image in their kids. We cover what might prevent dads from being part of these conversations, and suggestions for how they can get engaged. Read the full show notes for thi…
 
Surgical Services is a production-based system that relies heavily on the work done in Sterile Processing. This re-released Season 1 episode features David Taylor, President of the Resolute Advisory Group, LLC. David’s particular area of specialty lies in the operational improvement of Surgical Services and Central Sterile/Sterile Processing Depart…
 
Zoë and Leslie are solo on the podcast this week, responding to four questions asked by parents at a recent presentation. We cover family meals at restaurants, how to handle a family history of eating disorders, intuitive eating for kids with health concerns, and what to do when your kid will only eat bread and butter for dinner. Get our ABC Guide …
 
Kim Eagle is the founder of Earn that Body, an online nutrition and fitness training company. This conversation isn't your typical, "How to Avoid Gaining 10 Pounds During the Holidays" or "How to Get Your Six Pack." This episode explores Kim, the entrepreneur, on the origins of her online coaching business and how she balances virtually every aspec…
 
How do you and your department put yourselves on the map in your hospital, especially if you don't come from a business administration background? This week's Beyond Clean re-release features René Vis, Product Manager at Steelco Benelux B.V. who begins by talking about business training for sterile processing leaders. He then dives into the topic o…
 
Anti-diet dietitian and podcast host Christy Harrison joins us to shed light on why our culture is so obsessed with weight loss and/or wellness. We discuss why weight stigma which harms all of us is the result, and what it means to be truly anti-diet. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read the full show notes for this episode.…
 
This week's throwback episode of Beyond Clean gives listeners a look inside the process of gaining 510k approval and building a quality system that includes a risk analysis component. While there can be great pressure to cut corners in sterile processing in order to meet demand, Shawn Flynn , Consultant, Entrepreneur, and Medical Device Inventor, e…
 
Researcher and HAES® advocate Ellen Pudney joins us to discuss her recent study on the connections between weight stigma and parental weight talk. We learn about her findings and how parents can use the research to consider how and what they are communicating to their children about weight. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read the ful…
 
On this inaugural episode of Beyond Clean from 2017, we interviewed Michael Matthews, who was then the Manager of Central Sterile at Baptist Health in Arkansas. Mike was a rising star in the Sterile Processing industry, who had taken a particular interest in regards to compensation and education requirements for front-line technicians. As most of y…
 
Dotsie Bauch’s journey to the Olympics has been extraordinary: after recovering from anorexia she found cycling and became a Silver Medalist at the age of 39 years of age. She shares how movement was an important part of her recovery and how decisions she made for herself along the way helped with performance. Dotsie’s journey to the Olympic has be…
 
In this episode, “the Toddler Whisperer” Dr. Tovah Klein shares how parents can plant seeds for a child’s lifelong success during the toddler years. She explains the “toddler paradox,” gives us insight into the toddler mind, and shares practical tips for feeding toddlers without power struggles. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read th…
 
As sterile processing professionals, we crave challenging and meaningful work- why else would we be doing this? We want to learn, grow and contribute to our departments and healthcare facilities and connecting with other professionals plays a critical role in being able to do just that! In this episode we talk with Lindsay Brown to discuss the ways…
 
Cecelia Townes shares on PHIT for a Queen “How when she got the NOs she just redirected.“ Found her joy for sports by age 5 playing tennis Missed her love of the sport so much she walked on to the Howard tennis team. Found she couldn’t escape sport even during her law school. Challenged herself to look at what she wanted out of her career and did s…
 
This week we're joined by the award-winning health researcher Dr. S. Bryn Austin, who directs the Strategic Training Initiative for the Prevention of Eating Disorders (STRIPED), a public health incubator. We discuss why policy matters when it comes to helping our kids fully bloom, and what parents can do to fight the thin ideal - and all of its nas…
 
Chris Eddy discusses his unconventional journey into corporate wellness and entrepreneurship. His company, Blipic, is focused on exploring a new approach to creating healthy, highly engaged employees to build a connected culture where “wellness” is the outcome By inspiring employees of all ability levels, we help find what motivates them to live mo…
 
If someone were to tell you that all of the activity involved in instrument reprocessing, preparation for a case, case setup and case breakdown was driven by a large percentage of waste, what would you say? More importantly, what would you do about it? Leveraging data in healthcare is one of the most efficient ways to perpetuate improvement and cha…
 
Wendy Sterling & Casey Crosbie (dynamic duo dietitians) share on PHIT for a Queen “How the Plate Method helps bring back the fun and enjoyment to eating and takes away the exactness. “ Avoiding “exactness” a hyper-focus around numbers. Eating doesn’t need to be number focused. Add back the fun and enjoyment of eating. The Plate Method fill the plat…
 
In healthcare, one of the best ways to be compliant is to be confidently compliant. Compliance with The Joint Commission's standards on infection control can be difficult to navigate and in this release of the Beyond Clean Vendor Spotlight series, we talk to Eric Einwalter, Sr. Product Manager, High Level Disinfection for CIVCO Medical Solutions, t…
 
We're re-sharing an oldie but goodie this week (and stay tuned next week for a new episode!) In episode 3 of the podcast, we were joined by body image researcher and author Dr. Renee Engeln. She broke down the research on our cultural obsession with appearance - which she calls beauty sickness - and talked to us about what body-positive parents can…
 
Ultrasound probes are used in almost every department in healthcare today and reprocessing breeches have led to safety alerts issued by The Joint Commission in recent years. This week we sit down with Emily Smith, Clinical Marketing Specialist with CIVCO Medical Solutions, to discuss tangible solutions to the issues surrounding the reprocessing of …
 
Emily Anderson is a Licensed Therapist, a Registered Yoga Teacher, and a Certified Trauma-Conscious Yoga Method facilitator. She defines and explains how trauma impacts our body, how trauma-informed yoga can be beneficial and other treatment modalities including Somatic Experiencing. Emily defines trauma for us. Usually, when people think of trauma…
 
We’re joined by fertility awareness educator Lisa Hendrickson-Jack to learn about all things periods. Lisa discusses common misconceptions about menstrual health, and we explore why helping your daughter understand her menstrual cycle can promote body-positivity. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read the full show notes for this episod…
 
Author, Dena Taylor, discusses her new book, "I DON'T WANNA BE PINK - How a single, 39-year-old woman refused to let breast cancer and its fervent culture define her." It's a candid look at one woman's experience in dealing with this heartbreaking diagnosis and the muddy waters that engulf her life over the next several years. This personal memoir …
 
What if the one thing standing between an endoscope and a safe outcome is the acknowledgement that antibiotics have been involved in one of the deadliest cover-ups on earth? It’s no secret that flexible endoscopes pose a safety risk. In fact, mishandled flexible endoscopes have been identified in ECRI’s Top 10 Health Technology Hazards for 2019 and…
 
Clip-8.58 “ Some say the wave I surfed was 40- 50 foot, bigger than a house. Bethany Hamilton shares “How surfing was in her blood and she knew nothing would keep her from her passion” on PHIT for a Queen. Surfing was just something she was destined for. While in the hospital recovering a fellow surfer who lost a leg from a shark but didn’t keep hi…
 
Eating disorders specialist and activist Dr. Deb Burgard joins us for a conversation about incorporating a Health At Every Size® perspective and activism into parenting, the truth about weight loss and dieting, and how to help your child build body trust and connect to their inner wisdom. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read the full …
 
On the coast of Africa, standing on the deck of a Mercy Ship hospital, one individual looked out on the horizon as thousands of people lined up to receive medical care. It was a transformative moment; A moment that would be the genesis for the creation of the Safe Surgery Initiative (SSI). This week we sit down and talk with Keith Miles, Executive …
 
Dr. Donna Duffy dives into the impact of concussions on females, how women and girls present and recover differently, and how much we still don’t know about this injury in sport. * You get a concussion when you have a blow to the head and body that causes your brain to move back and forth in your skull. Your brain can have different reactions when …
 
Psychologist Dr. Michael Reichert discusses the unique challenges of boyhood, pressures boys face to conform to masculine ideals, and the power of relationships to fortify boys in response. He shares strategies parents can use to cultivate their connection to their sons and help them hold on to their authentic selves. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Posi…
 
In Sterile Processing departments surrounded on all sides by stainless steel, color tends to jump out at us. Whether it's a green handle on an insertion device, a red knee trial, or purple implant plating system, it's not uncommon to see little splashes of color in a number of different instrument trays. On this episode of Beyond Clean, we sit down…
 
Adam McAboy shares “Why He developed a community for athletes to not feel alone- The Athlete’s Village.” on Phit for a Queen. Found people were like sponges for expert information. Found now as coaches he and Mark Henderson (swimmer in the Atlanta Olympics) were in the same boat. Wanted a platform for current and former athletes to give back to spo…
 
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