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This podcast showcases a deeper discussion of psychological safety, described by Amy Edmondson, an expert on leadership, teaming, and organizational learning, as “a shared belief that the team is safe for interpersonal risk-taking.” You will hear Dr. Brian Park share stories of colleagues leading from where they stand to create safer spaces for tho…
 
Stories are powerful. Stories help us feel seen and give us a sense of being known. Listening to a colleague’s story can transform your relationship, allowing you to move from, “I know what she does” to “I understand what she cares about.” Listen for more on how to invite others to share their stories. Key takeaways: [1:26] PCP is reengineering the…
 
Dr. Mark Schuster is a physician, scientist, and advocate for healthy families and communities. Dr. Schuster is recognized as an international leader in research on child, adolescent, and family health, concentrating on topics such as quality of care, health disparities, family leave, obesity prevention, and bullying. Dr. Mark is a founding dean an…
 
The statistics are now known by everyone: by September 2018 it was reported by the Physicians Foundation that 78% of doctors are presenting symptoms of burnout. Physicians have the highest rates of suicide in the nation; interns experience a 10-fold increase in depression during the first year of internship; it is a very tough time to be in medicin…
 
A physician, scientist, educator, and advocate for healthy families and communities, Dr. Mark Schuster is an international leader on quality of care, health disparities, and prevention. Author of two books and more than 200 journal articles, Dr. Schuster was appointed founding Dean and CEO of the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine in 2017. The sc…
 
Elizabeth Metraux is having two thoughtful conversations at Unity Health Care in Washington, DC, a Teaching Health Center connected with The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education. She speaks with Patrick Kinner and Dr. Nickia King about the gap between what is taught in medical schools and the realities of daily practice, particularly the so…
 
Jonathan M. Adler, Ph.D. is Chief Academic Officer and Co-Director of Healing Story Sessions for Health Story Collaborative, an amazing organization that champions the use of story and medicine as a tool for connection, healing, and action. Jonathan Adler has a Ph.D. in clinical and personality psychology from Northwestern, he is a clinical psychol…
 
Sejal Hathi, MD, MBA is a resident physician at Massachusetts General Hospital and an award-winning social entrepreneur dedicated to building better health systems for vulnerable populations globally. Presently, she serves on the national boards of political organization Arena and civic organization Indiaspora. Previously, she founded and led two s…
 
Dr. Oliver served as the Deputy Commissioner for Population Health for the Virginia Department of Health. Before accepting the Deputy Commissioner position, Dr. Oliver was the Walter M. Seward Professor and Chair of the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Virginia School of Medicine. As Chair, Dr. Oliver helped lead the transformatio…
 
Erin E. Sullivan, Ph.D., is the Research and Curriculum Director at the Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care. In this role, Erin leads the Center’s research program, where her team studies high-functioning domestic and international primary care systems. She also holds a faculty appointment in the Department of Global Health and Social Me…
 
Brian Souza is the new CEO at Primary Care Progress. He believes in the power of community, the importance of teams, and understands how to leverage the head and the heart – beliefs that are at the core of PCP and the people in its network. Brian is committed to lead the PCP team, its values, and approach to leadership transformation designed to st…
 
Dr. Deb Cohen is an expert in qualitative and mixed measured research with more than two decades of experience, half of that focused on primary care practices, clinician-patient communication, and health IT. Dr. Cohen’s work in EvidenceNOW has as an ultimate goal to really dig into the understanding of what changed and why in primary care, how much…
 
H. Clifton “Clif” Knight, M.D., is Senior Vice President of AAFP. He oversees all AAFP activities related to medical education. These areas include education and training of medical students and residents; student interest in the specialty of family medicine, including federal policies that affect it; and CME curriculum development, production, acc…
 
Carol Bernstein, M.D. is a Board Certified psychiatrist who is Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Vice Chair for Education in Psychiatry and Director of Residency Training in Psychiatry at the NYU School of Medicine. She is also a Past-President of the American Psychiatric Association and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Accreditat…
 
Jeremy Topin, M.D. dared to change a work model that was not only affecting his physical and mental health but influencing his family bonds. Jeremy started a blog after a bold decision that was to cut back, moving to part-time work, regaining health and renewing his love for his profession. Burnout takes different shapes, it is not universal, is de…
 
Monica Bharel, M.D., MPH, is the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, appointed in February of 2015. She is responsible for spearheading the state’s response to the opioid crisis, implementation of health care cost containment legislation, reducing health disparities, finding public health solutions for health care reform,…
 
Cheryl Fattibene, NNCC Chief Nurse Practitioner Officer, is an experienced Nurse Practitioner who has worked in both the for-profit and non-profit health care sectors as a provider and a clinical leader. Cheryl brings a nurse’s perspective on how to approach a new era of healthcare. Her experiences overseas as well as with migrant people in the U.S…
 
Neil Baker M.D. is an organizational and leadership consultant and coach and serves as faculty for the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. He works with healthcare organizations and individual executives to enhance leadership and team impact through In-the-Moment Leadership Strategies. This means using any work situation, even the most complex an…
 
Karen Gordon is the President/CEO of 5 Dynamics. As a high-energy problem solver and tireless worker, Karen thrives on helping companies revolutionize work culture and collaboration. Karen developed a methodology as a groundwork to help people collaborate more efficiently in teamwork. Healthcare dramatically benefits from this approach, helping in …
 
David Blumenthal, M.D., M.P.P., is president of The Commonwealth Fund, a national philanthropy engaged in independent research on health and social policy issues. From 2009 to 2011, he served as the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, with the charge to build an interoperable, private, and secure nationwide health information sy…
 
Dr. Nic Nguyen is actively working in bringing physicians together, to create a safe space for them to bring their worries and needs, to break the isolation, and to create communities of practitioners who are overloaded, tired and also suffering the consequences of sexism and discrimination against minorities. Is there a formula for being a leader …
 
Dr. Dave Chokshi has been dedicating his time to improving primary care health. His work, providing care to middle-to-lower-class communities of New York City, has given Dr. Chokshi the chance to encounter face-to-face difficult realities such as racism and undiagnosed chronic illnesses, among others. Dr. Chokshi shares many of his team’s ongoing p…
 
Jeff Thompson, M.D., is the executive advisor and chief executive officer emeritus at Gundersen Health System and a pediatrician, author, and speaker on values-based leadership. He shares his experience in leading communities by caring about what matters to patients and physicians and always having core principles as priorities in any decision-maki…
 
Dr. Tyree Winters is a pediatrician in Sewell, New Jersey but he found out that being a doctor could not be equal to his identity. Finding himself belonging to a minority and being the first black doctor in his place of work, gave him a different perspective of how burnout feels like. As a leader, Dr. Tyree conducts himself as a servant and with th…
 
Al Kurose, M.D. is President and CEO of Coastal Medical, a primary-care-driven Accountable Care Organization (ACO). Coastal Medical provides care to 120,000 patients in more than 20 medical offices across Rhode Island. Dr. Al’s current experience in the administrative area, as well as many years with direct attention to patients, have given him an …
 
Facts: One in four medical students are depressed and 11% have contemplated suicide; at the beginning of the internship 4% have reported feeling depressed and by the end, 40% meet the criteria for depression. We are facing a real crisis in the medical arena; interns and physicians are suffering in silence, and the suicide rates have been escalating…
 
Dr. Amy C. Edmondson is the Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at the Harvard Business School; she received her Ph.D. in organizational behavior, AM in psychology, and AB in engineering and design from Harvard University too. She is also the author of several books about teaming and psychological safety. Dr. Edmondson joins Elizabeth M…
 
William J. Doherty is an educator, researcher, therapist, speaker, author, consultant, and community organizer. Bill shares his work in the field of relationships and how the interactions of many have been enriched by creating accountability and responsibility in each member of different groups, bringing them closer instead of highlighting their di…
 
Andy Ellner is the founding co-director of Harvard Medical School’s Center for Primary Care, and founding director for Harvard Medical School’s Program in Primary Care and Social Change. He is sharing his perspective and opinion on today’s most important challenges in primary care and healthcare in the U.S. Andy presents his new venture: Firefly He…
 
Elizabeth Metraux leads a two section podcast, starting with Audrey Provenzano, MD/MPH, who is a General Internist in the Boston area, cares for patients in a community health center, and works in quality improvement. Audrey is the host and producer of the primary care and health policy podcast Review of Systems and shares her secrets for podcastin…
 
In this episode of Relational Rounds, Elizabeth Metraux welcomes Chris Fussell, who is a former Navy SEAL Officer and a Partner at McChrystal Group. He leads the McChrystal Group Leadership Institute, bring his special operations experience and his expertise in cross-functional collaboration and knowledge sharing to help develop leaders and build e…
 
In this episode of Relational Rounds, Elizabeth Metraux welcomes Lisa Hutchinson and Kelsey Priest to talk about women and their struggle to function in a system that was not designed for them nor is welcoming. Lisa and Kelsey are walking their own paths in the healthcare arena while helping other physicians, some who have been victims of gender vi…
 
In this episode of Relational Rounds, Elizabeth Metraux welcomes Dr. Prabhjot Singh to engage in a thoughtful conversation about how healthcare needs to set solid foundations in communities in order to be effective. Dr. Singh has been traveling around the world experiencing healthcare in different environments and forming doctors to become great co…
 
Elizabeth Métraux joins Ai-jen Poo, Executive Director of The National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) and the co-director of Care Across Generations, to engage in a thoughtful conversation about caregiving and the aging population in America. There is a need to change our perspective to support a dignifying quality of life for the elderly as well…
 
In this episode of Relational Rounds, Elizabeth Metraux welcomes Robert Pearl, M.D. to talk about health care transformation. They dive into topics like leadership, motivation, teamwork, and many other key ways of shifting primary healthcare in America. Dr. Robert Pearl is the former CEO of The Permanente Medical Group and former president of The M…
 
Relational Rounds, brought to you by Primary Care Progress, is a podcast meant to explore the most present issues facing primary care and healthcare transformation. Your host, Elizabeth Métraux, welcomes you to the first episode, accompanied by Dr. Andrew Morris-Singer who has been an inspiration for thousands of clinicians to become leaders and pr…
 
Accounting for nearly 20% of our country’s GDP and one in every ten jobs, the healthcare industry affects every single American. But in the middle of all that data are people - and our primary care community is at the front lines and in the trenches. Join Primary Care Progress to hear healthcare's leading minds and powerful disruptors share their s…
 
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