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Tune in for the ESAIC's Education Tuesday Podcast Series as we talk about various knowledge-building topics covering Anaesthesia, Intensive Care, Pain, Emergency and Perioperative Medicine, COVID-19, Patient Safety and more. The European Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care (ESAIC) is the leading society for education, research, and science. Take your career to the next level and help improve patient care everywhere by participating in our Education Tuesday series and beyond. You ca ...
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Hosted by commercial + insurance mediator and arbitrator, Jean Lawler, this podcast draws on Jean's years of experience as a private practice attorney and neutral to provide insights and information relevant to resolving legal disputes outside of a courtroom, and features interviews with legal and dispute resolution industry leaders--attorneys, mediators, and arbitrators.
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Welcome to Podcast Wellness Week, presented by Podbean from November 30th - December 4th, 2020 We are dedicating an entire week to wellness with live shows featuring many of your favorite podcasters, daily meditations, wellness hacks, special episode releases and more, to give you a curated week of wellness! Join us for daily panels on Podbean Live as we dive deep into a different topic for each day including Mental Health, Sleep, Yoga & Mediation, Healing & Positive Mindset, Physical Health ...
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This Is The Year I 10x My Writing In January 2023 I signed up to Ship30for30, a digital writing course by Dickie Bush & Nicholas Cole. Why Now? Having been a podcaster since 2014, my focus has been my voice. I didn't have to worry about writing, because I something clicked last year at that reshaped by focus. While I continue grateful to the hundreds of client for whom we launched shows my agency, I definitely don't want to stagnate and always want to be improving myself. While I've always b ...
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Positivity Strategist

Robyn Stratton-Berkessel

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Positivity Strategist injects a good dose of optimism and possibility into your life. It seeks to marry the ideal with the practical. Conversations with thought leaders and everyday people shine the light on what works and amplifies those every day, micro-moments of positivity, irrespective of what else is going on. You'll be energized by lots of practical tips, inspiring you to live a truly satisfying and meaningful life. Podcast host is Robyn Stratton-Berkessel, TEDx speaker, author, works ...
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What is the actual definition of the ICU readmission? Which are the rates and the main reasons behind readmissions of previously discharged patients? In this episode, our Host, Dr Yael Lichter, discuss challenging dogmas in ICU readmission with Ms. Jillian Hartin and Mr. John Welch, experts in the field. Join their discussion and learn more about t…
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Prof. Jennifer Hunter has a wealth of clinical and academic experience. Her long and eventful career has given her a rightful place as a leading figure in Anaesthesiology. She was the first woman to become Editor-in-Chief of the British Journal of Anaesthesia and Chair of the European Society of Anaesthesiology Scientific Programme Committee. She w…
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What are the most important achievements ESAIC has realised over the past years? Which are the strategic projects ESAIC will be focusing on in the coming years? Join our host, Cathy Weynants, CEO of ESAIC, in an in-depth discussion with ESAIC President Prof. Wolfgang Buhre and ESAIC past president, Prof. Edoardo De Robertis, and find out more about…
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What are the key causes of conflicts between patients, families, and health practitioners? Are there specific situations and times where conflicts are more likely to occur? What does the term “best interest” mean for patients, families, and practitioners alike? Do doctors need support to develop their skills in managing challenging conversations wi…
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The Focus Meeting on Brain Health took place on 25 November 2023 within the context of the ESAIC Focus Track on Brain Health. The meeting aimed to enhance understanding of brain insult causes and prevention through keynote speeches from a diverse faculty. In this episode our host, Dr Igor Abramovich is discussing with Prof. Vincent Bonhomme on key …
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There is an increasing issue with the wellbeing of anaesthetists and intensivists, which has been accelerated in the last few years due to the pandemic. In this episode our host Dr Alexandra Trinks will discuss with Dr Matthew Davies on the current state of art of wellbeing in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care. Listen now and get informed!…
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In this episode, our Host, Dr Daniela Godoroja-Diarto will talk about the obese patient, with Dr Michael Margarson, Prof. Tomasz Gaszyński and Prof. Luc De Baerdemaeker. Which are the most common causes of mortality among anaesthetised obese patients? How do we approach the obese patient, compared to the non-obese patient? Can pharmacodynamic monit…
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Jamie Thomas King is an experienced actor in film, television and stage and a devoted student of yoga and meditation for more than twenty years. After the preventable death of his second son, Benjamin, Jamie’s deep respect for self-care, spiritual guidance, and human connection propelled him into the world of patient safety advocacy and to share hi…
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It’s been over 30 years since “To Err is Human” highlighted the scale of preventable harm in healthcare and so far change has been slow but it has been happening even though there is still a long way to go. What are the greatest obstacles to change? What dogma has been the most difficult to overcome? What have been the most notable advancements in …
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For many decades the tenet that all children should be extubated awake had prevailed in paediatric anaesthesia. Nowadays, it is understood that the field is rather complex. In this episode, our Host, Dr Markus Stevens, will challenge the dogma of awake extubation in an in-depth discussion with Prof. Britta Regli-von Ungern-Sternberg. Listen and fin…
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In this episode, our Host, Prof. Fabio Guarracino discuss with the winners of the Best Abstract Prize Competition which took place this June, in Glasgow, within the framework of Euroanaesthesia 2023. Listen to Dr. Paul Garcia (first prize), Dr Lada Lijovic (second prize) and Dr Simone Kagerbauer (third prize) talk about their presented abstracts an…
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Sharing with you today's "Thursday Tip of the Day". Embrace and enjoy your summer! Reconnect with friends, family, yourself. Put on your flip flops and shorts. Enjoy the beach, mountains, rivers, cities, planes and trains - wherever your summer will take you. "In the words of Chris Erskine, Writer, from his column this week, titled "Summer Love", I…
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In recent decades, an association between intraoperative hypotension and adverse patient outcomes has become apparent. In this episode, our Host, Prof. Thomas Scheeren, from Edwards Lifesciences, Europe, will discuss with Prof. Bernd Saugel, lead investigator in EU-HyProtect registry, on Intraoperative hypotension when using Hypotension Prediction …
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In this episode, our Host Dr Roberta Monzani will discuss challenging dogmas in the management of chronic diseases in the perioperative period, with Dr Joana Berger-Estilita. How to better prepare the patient for the surgical period? How the type and length of the surgery impacts the preparation? What about dealing with the smoking patient? What is…
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To be an excellent lawyer for a client in mediation it is not enough to just say, “Oh I’ve got a mediation tomorrow, here, let me pick up the file and head on out.” To be excellent, it takes more than that. Listen to this episode as Host, Jean Lawler–commercial + insurance mediator and arbitrator–shares her list of top 3 things that excellent lawye…
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What is a perioperative anaphylaxis? What drugs or allergens can cause anaphylaxis? What about anaphylaxis in children and in pregnancy? How can we recognize that we are facing an anaphylaxis? In this episode, our Host Prof. Daniela Ionescu will discuss with Prof. Paul Michel Mertes, on hot topics related to anaphylaxis in anaesthesia. Listen and g…
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You know, people think that they are at an impasse... But are they really? Is there perhaps more room to move? Or are you really done? In this episode, Host, Jean Lawler–commercial + insurance mediator and arbitrator–discusses the following: Two important mediator tools that she uses to test whether parties are at an impasse in mediation: “ifs” and…
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Now, we all learned early in life that you tell the truth. Right? And this is very true when it comes to an application for insurance. In this episode, Host, Jean Lawler–commercial + insurance mediator and arbitrator–discusses recission of an insurance policy and answers the following questions: When does rescission of insurance policies happen? Wh…
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We have contracts all over. You buy a car, you have a contract. You rent a property, you have a contract. You buy a house, you have a contract. Our lives are filled with contracts, and most of us probably don’t read them word for word. However, to put it simply: Read the Contracts! In this episode, Host, Jean Lawler–commercial + insurance mediator …
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Sustainability, as a transversal concept, it’s a hot topic in many domains of public and private life. Its environmental dimension is specifically relevant to the domain of Anaesthesiology, with the carbon footprint of clinical practice in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care alone accounting for roughly 5% of the European emissions of greenhouse gases. …
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Every year, the “EDAIC Part 1” exam recruits around 3.000 candidates from about 90 countries worldwide. With the registrations for this year’s exam currently open, this episode provides valuable insights into the structure of the exams, the topics covered and the marking system, among others. Join our host Dr Igor Abramovich and our speaker Dr Nico…
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Civility in the legal profession is embodied in all sorts of laws, rules, codes, and creeds. There’s nothing new about civility. It's just a way of conducting our lives that hopefully will make not just our own lives, but everybody’s lives better. And certainly for those of us in the legal profession, isn’t that our calling? In this episode, Host, …
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Your client’s mediation is coming up. You know your client’s position. You’ve probably prepared your client for what to expect at mediation. However, as the lawyer, have you prepared yourself for how you are going to negotiate at mediation? Host, Jean Lawler–commercial + insurance mediator and arbitrator–talks about 3 mistakes lawyers make at media…
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Which kind of resources can be classified as needing ethical allocation? Is expertise a resource? How availability of resources impacts practice in Intensive Care and Anaesthesia? Join our host Dr Paul McConnell and our speaker Dr Daniele Bryden in their discussion on ethical resource allocation, one of the key ethical issues in Anaesthesia and Int…
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As an attorney, do you ever start mediation by making an extreme opening offer or demand–one that is either really far below or really far above where your client ultimately wants to settle? In this quick, two-minute “Thursday Tip of the Day”, Host, Jean Lawler–commercial + insurance mediator and arbitrator–talks about why attorneys don't need to m…
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Are you an attorney, claims professional or party with litigation pending in California? Are you keeping up with the latest in California Section 998 offers? Watch your 998’s and how you word them! In this quick “Thursday Tip of the Day”, Host, Jean Lawler–commercial + insurance mediator and arbitrator–provides a case law update on two California a…
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30 days ago, I signed up for Dickie Bush & Nicolas Cole's cohort-based course, Ship 30 for 30. In that time, I wrote & published 30 Atomic Essays, learned the fundamentals of Digital Writing, made friends, and continued gaining clarity around my niche. It's been a very rewarding (and challenging) journey, and I am more excited than ever to keep wri…
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I used to be bad with goal setting. It's a challenge I've had for years and, if I'm being totally honest, probably decades. Whenever I would be asked what my 10-year plan was, or vision, or goals or BHAG (big hairy audacious goal), I would inevitably make up something that 'sounded' lofty and ambitious. But without an actionable plan on how to get …
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In December 2004 I took a trip to Thailand to visit a friend whose parents owned a house on Koh Samui. It ended up being the longest trip I had ever taken at that point in my life. Little did I know what was going to happen within 24 hours of arriving. On Saturday morning I share that story with 1,593 subscribers of my newsletter, A Life Worth Livi…
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As I make into the home stretch of this 30-day writing challenge you've all been experiencing first-hand, I've been spending a lot of my time thinking about the importance of consistency. Lately, one question I've been asking myself is this: How Important Is Consistency Without Quality? Imagine you go to your favorite Italian restaurant and order a…
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In an earlier essay I mentioned the importance of planning your show prior to thinking about any of your gear needs. Once you've put the time into the preparation and have your Name, Description, Cover Art, and draft of your first 12 episodes, you can then start focusing on your tech needs. Lucky for you, I just happen to have that list handy! Star…
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I don't know where you were in your late 20's, but if I told you (at that age) that the only opportunity to better your life was to leave the country you were born in and travel to another country where you didn't speak the language, I'm wondering how many of you would honestly (in this day and age) make that trip. You see, it's exactly what my fat…
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In this episode, our Host Dr Igor Abramovich will discuss the 2022 update on European Training Requirements (ETR) with Dr Krešimir Oremuš, who is the Secretary of the European Board of Anaesthesiology (EBA). Listen and find out how knowledge and skills meet attitudes to build a future-proof anaesthesiologist in this new version!…
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If I could go back in time, these are the 5 things I wish I understood better about podcast interviews. Over the years I’ve put in the reps and learned how to be a better host. 1. Prepare the Stage From the moment they book time on your calendar, every interaction they have with you should be world-class. 2. It's Not About You I can’t tell you how …
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Since starting 2023 I've been pretty ambitious about the things I want to improve in my business and personal life. It's this weird feeling of making up for lost time, that I have trouble articulating. A few things that I am proud of include, maintaining my streak of publishing my weekly newsletter, A Life Worth Living. I invite you to check out th…
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It's not easy staying motivated or inspired, especially if you don't take the time to learn from wisdom of those you have traveled the path ahead of you. But anytime you feel like giving up, just turn back to these 5 simple quotes (to remind you why you're doing what you're doing): “You are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with.”…
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Since launching my podcast agency FullCast in 2015, I've heard just about every excuse there is for why people are afraid to start a podcast. They also have wildly varying definitions of what 'success' looks like (Hint: that's up to you to decide). What's more important when starting is being realistic about where you are and how much time you have…
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Early on in my entrepreneurial journey, I would listen to a lot of podcasts about digital marketing. I was always drawn to Founder stories. It was inspiring to hear all the different paths these business owners followed on their way to success. What was comforting was hearing about the many failures they experienced and how they were able to push t…
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In 1986, I was sitting in my desk at Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains, NY. I was having a chat with my classmate Frank, an avid Aerosmith fan, about the fresh-ness that was Run-DMC. You see, the remix of Walk This Way was all over MTV and it was safe to say, breaking new ground. For me, a DJ-in-the-making, growing up in New York was …
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In June 2005, released iTunes 4.9, which added support for podcasts. It was a major milestone & podcasters owe a debt of gratitude to Apple for giving podcasts a big boost in visibility. Fast forward to April of 2014, and the launch of Podcast Junkies. At that time getting your show to appear in Apple Podcasts New and Noteworthy list was the goal o…
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As a function of being naturally curious I used to get sucked down all the curiosity rabbit holes. I would see a link mentioned in a newsletter or on social and immediately lose 30 minutes of my life, never to be regained again. On any given day on ProductHunt, there is a tool being launched offering up a better calendar, to-do list or app claiming…
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There were 343,826 podcast episodes published in the past 30 days, according to the wonderful folks at PodcastIndex.org. Another number commonly referenced is 4.1 million, which is the total number of shows in the index, but the 30-day number is a more active representation of active shows. Either way, that’s a heck of a lot of shows to wade throug…
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In the middle of 2020, it’s safe to say that a large percentage of the world was going through an existential crisis. I’ll speak for myself when I say it was a time of much introspection, as well as a broadened search for a better resources to help me find meaning in life. I was fortunate to find this article by Jordan Hall, On Sovereignty. Take Re…
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Note: For this episode I'm testing out Descript's OverDub feature, which uses a recording of me to train a model that can read any text in a facsimile of my voice. Imposter syndrome is a psychological experience first identified by Pauline Clance & Suzanne Imes in 1978. It is the feeling of being a fake or a fraud, even though you are competent in …
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I have been practicing meditation, in varying forms, for over 25 years. Along the way, I have traveled many paths and learned from many teachers. I've studied and practiced Diamondway Buddhism which belongs to the thousand-year Karma Kagyu lineage of Tibetan Buddhism. "Diamond Way" is a translation of the Sanskrit word Vajrayana, which is considere…
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There are a lot of things most people don't know about the wonderful world of podcasting and my fellow creative, witty and inspiring podcasters, who I've come to know and love since 2014. 3 Things I'll Bet You Didn't Know The range of topics varies widely. There are shows about knitting (Shiny Bees with Jo Milmine), dinosaurs (I Know Dino with Garr…
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As I enter my 8th year as a full-time entrepreneur one of the most important things I've learned is the importance of building a solid network, it's been essential to my success. A deep network is not just about having a lot of connections, but about having a diverse group of people who can offer different skills and perspectives. When I first star…
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I first discovered the benefits of self-improvement in my early 20s through the endorphin rush of gym workouts. However, it wasn't until a decade later that I truly grasped the significance of making self-development a lifelong pursuit. Influenced by health pioneers like Gary Null, I delved into researching supplements, health misconceptions, vitam…
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Are you a profitable business owner considering a podcast? I've been in podcasting since 2014 and have had over 387 conversations across my 2 shows, Podcast Junkies & Vertical Farming Podcast. Our done-for-you agency, FullCast, has also launched over 110 shows for our clients since 2015. From my experience, I can tell you that there are a few pre-p…
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