Month: May 2024

Modern Labor Epidural Analgesia

Modern Labor Epidural Analgesia

In this episode, Dr. Ron George provides a tour de force of our past and present labor analgesia management. We discuss his recent publication, Modern Labor Epidural Analgesia: Implications for Labor Outcomes and Maternal-Fetal Health.
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37164496/
The Most Influential Publications in Obstetric Anesthesiology, 1998–2017: Utilizing the Delphi Method for Expert Consensus
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32282388/
Effect of low-dose mobile versus traditional epidural techniques on mode of delivery: a randomised controlled trial
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11454372/
A comparison of a basal infusion with automated mandatory boluses in parturient-controlled epidural analgesia during labor
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17312228/
The risk of cesarean delivery with neuraxial analgesia given early versus late in labor
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15716559/

YJBM Science News Podcast: Episode 19

YJBM Science News Podcast: Episode 19

Welcome to the last episode of YJBM Science News for the school year of 2023-2024! We are so thankful to all our listeners who were here for our journey. We will continue releasing our other podcast project over the summer, and in the meantime – stay tuned for next year’s Yale Science News, starting in August of 2024!

Links:
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-024-07407-y
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41562-024-01870-3
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41556-024-01413-y
https://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/doi/10.1176/appi.ajp.20230849

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The Connected Leadership Framework

The Connected Leadership Framework

In this first episode, we will cover the Connected Leadership Framework and how to navigate the approach in a way that aligns with your unique leadership journey. Connected leadership is organized into four parts, or indeed, 4 Ps: Purpose, Priorities, Potential and Progress. In this episode we will begin to describe how to use this logic flow for yourself, your team, and the system you are trying to change, to be an impactful and connected leader.

Adam Castillejo- The London Patient

Adam Castillejo- The London Patient

The Getting2U (G2U) crew get the chat with Adam Castillejo, also known as The London Patient. Adam was the second person in the world to be cured by HIV through receiving a bone-marrow transplant to combat against his Leukemia.

The team sets the tone for the episode with a brief talk about “safe spaces” and the need to use “people-first language” to battle the ever-going stigma attached to HIV, Viral Hepatitis, Sexually Transmitted Infections, Mental Health, and Substance Use Disorders. People-first language humanizes the condition that the person is going through and subconsciously reminds people that the individual dealing with the issue is a person, rather than the issue itself. A common example used quite often is “person with substance use disorder” versus “drug addict”. People-first language also looks at terminology and its stigmatizing effects on the people experiencing the situation, for instance referring to someone with a negative HIV or STI test result as “clean”. This statement automatically implies a positive test result would be “dirty” and results in external and internal stigma to the individual.
Once the stage was set, Adam jumped in and participated in an emotional, thought-provoking conversation with the Getting2U crew about his experiences being The London Patient, what his experiences were like being diagnosed with HIV, then cancer, and in the end being cured, and touched on what he’s learned and now believes need to be the next step in the fight against the HIV epidemic.
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Lifetime Survivors of HIV

Lifetime Survivors of HIV

In this episode, the Getting2U (G2U) crew get the chat with Angelica Colon aka Angie, who acquired HIV perinatally and now uses her lived experiences to advocate for others who had similar life experiences.

Angie is a member of the National HIV & Aging Network. If you’re interested in joining, click HERE.

For medical providers looking to earn CME Credit for tuning in, please click here to be directed to our CME page where you’ll find every podcast episode and their post-test to complete under Content & Tests.

If you have a topic you’d like us to discuss or just want to share your feedback, please feel free to email us at CTAETC@yale.edu.

RN Aware ~ The Role of Gender and Race in Nurse-Physician Relations with Hinette Rosario, MD

RN Aware ~ The Role of Gender and Race in Nurse-Physician Relations with Hinette Rosario, MD

Dr. Rosario is a graduate of Yale’s Med-Peds program and is presently a first-year fellow in the Medical Education Fellowship. In this noon conference, she explores the complex interplay between physicians and nurses in the shared mission of patient care, with an emphasis on implicit bias.

Public Health in New Haven with Maritza Bond, MPH

Public Health in New Haven with Maritza Bond, MPH

Ms. Bond is the Health Director for the New Haven Health Department, where she shared her career journey and discussed the city’s major public health issues. In particular, she shared the strategic plan for opioid overdoses, vaccine accessibility, and social determinants of health.

YJBM Science News Podcast: Episode 18

YJBM Science News Podcast: Episode 18

Welcome to this week’s episode of YJBM Science News, where we discuss the recent news in healthcare and science across the Yale community. Today, our hosts Mara and Samantha will share some of the most intriguing topics of the past two weeks.

Links:
https://www.pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pnas.2319566121
https://www.aeaweb.org/articles?id=10.1257/aeri.20230340
https://www.pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pnas.2320713121
https://www.nber.org/papers/w32354

Tranexamic Acid: Drug error deaths

Tranexamic Acid: Drug error deaths

In this episode, Dr. David Bishop, a Specialist Anesthesiologist and Head of the Clinical Unit of Anaesthesia at Edendale Hospital in Pietermaritzburg talks about a vital topic and his recent publication, Tranexamic acid at cesarean delivery: drug-error deaths.

Tranexamic acid at cesarean delivery: drug-error deaths

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36300729/

Spinal tranexamic acid – a new killer in town

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30985919/

YouTube publication (Tranexamic acid during CS: Drug error warning (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jeFtFWeMwkw&t=184s)

Effect of early tranexamic acid administration on mortality, hysterectomy, and other morbidities in women with post-partum haemorrhage (WOMAN): an international, randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28456509/

The Path of Serendipity — Part 2

The Path of Serendipity — Part 2

Dr. Sharon Chekijian speaks with Dr. Robert Hecht, President of Pharos Global Health Advisors. Dr. Hecht’s career has taken him from the World Bank to the Yale School of Public Health where he is leveraging the resources at YSP to develop a master’s program in public health economics and financing in Cambodia. Discover how serendipity has fueled Dr. Hecht’s drive to foster the next generation of global health leaders and how advising and choosing wisely in low resource settings can reshape healthcare around the world.