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Explore the field of post-acute and long-term care, with expert interviews, journal article reviews, innovations news, and more. Statements made by guests on this podcast are their own opinions and are not necessarily the positions of the Society. Speakers’ appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them, their views, or any entity they represent.
 
Amateur Hour explores the weird and wonderful world of amateur dramatics - the highs and lows, and everything in between. We'll be speaking to people from all across the country, from groups of all shapes and sizes, finding out what makes them tick, and why we put so much time and effort into entertaining the public. We want this podcast to bring together the amdram community, no matter how expensive your tickets are, how flashy your sets look, and how good your interval refreshments are. No ...
 
The Virtual Brown-Bag-Lunch Webcasts provide members of the Physician Community the opportunity to interact with, and learn from their peers. The webcasts will feature healthcare IT topics of importance to physicians and are 60 minutes or less. Questions from the audience are addressed to augment the discussions. Look for new episodes quarterly.
 
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Jesuit-educated actress Siobhan Fallon Hogan has had an incredibly busy acting career over the last three decades, from appearing in Saturday Night Live and Seinfeld in the early 1990s to roles in movies like Forrest Gump, Men in Black and the Lars Von Trier musical drama Dancer in the Dark. Most recently, she made her screenwriting debut with a mo…
 
Featuring Dr. Philip Sloane, Dr. Mallory Brown This podcast will spotlight articles from the September, 2021 issue of JAMDA - the Journal of the Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine. Dr. Sloane is a family physician and geriatrician with a master's degree in public health. He is the Elizabeth and Oscar Goodwin distinguished professor …
 
The National Basketball Association season starts next week. If you flip on a marquee matchup on ESPN or ABC sometime this fall, you’ll probably hear the voice of today's guest: play-by-play announcer Mike Breen. Mike is widely regarded as one of the best announcers in the world in any sport. He informs without overexplaining. He shows excitement a…
 
Dr. Watson is a board certified adult and geriatric psychiatrist with a lifelong commitment to caring for vulnerable populations, and two decades of academic and leadership experience. Her passion is creating a culture of appropriate psychotropic prescribing in long-term care settings to achieve quality outcomes for all stakeholders. She prioritize…
 
"Every child matters," reads Rosella Kinoshameg's fluorescent orange tee-shirt. The shirt is part of a national movement to recognize the harmful history of Indigenous residential schools in Canada. Rosella's shirt commemorates the thousands of children who were compelled to attend these schools, where practicing Indigenous cultures or languages wa…
 
Special Guest: Swati Gaur, MD, MBA, CMD, AGSF Hosted by: Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD Our learning objectives for this session were: 1. Discuss the current guidance and clinical research surrounding 3rd shots/boosters. 2. Unpack the ethical considerations associated with boosters. 3. Identify how we in the in PALTC community should be approaching …
 
Today’s guest might make you reexamine everything you think you know about the current state of the Catholic Church in the USA.Fr. Tom Gaunt, SJ, is a Jesuit priest and the executive director of the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate (CARA). Since it was founded in 1964, CARA has conducted hundreds of social science studies of the Cathol…
 
Featuring Dr. Philip Sloane, Dr. Mallory Brown, Dr. Naushira Pandya This podcast will spotlight articles from the September, 2021 issue of JAMDA - the Journal of the Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine. Dr. Sloane is a family physician and geriatrician with a master's degree in public health. He is the Elizabeth and Oscar Goodwin dis…
 
Questions? Email Alex at abardakh@paltc.orgReferences: COVID-19 Resource Page COVID-19 Vaccine Toolkit Elderly and immunocompromised Marylanders are now eligible for COVID-19 booster shots CDC to Invest $2.1 Billion to Protect Patients and Health-Care Workers from COVID-19, Including Strike Force Teams in PALTC Settings Drive to Deprescribe Healing…
 
During this Ignatian Year—this 500th anniversary of the conversion of St. Ignatius—a lot has been said about “cannonball moments.” The phrase comes from Ignatius’ own life story: he’s struck in the leg by a cannonball at the Battle of Pamplona. It’s that injury and its subsequent, painful recovery that confines Ignatius to bed and ultimately presen…
 
There’s a series of Star Wars books called From A Certain Point of View. Two have been released to date, each to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Star Wars: A New Hope and Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, respectively. Each book contains 40 short stories from 40 different authors assuming the perspective of 40 different, minor characters from t…
 
Back in the innocent days of February 2020, host Mike Jordan Laskey sent a Twitter message to author Nick Ripatrazone in reply to a tweet Nick posted about reading the Graham Greene novel "The Power and the Glory" for Lent, which is something he does every year. What if we invited others to read along with us and talk about it online? Mike asked. N…
 
Nobody in the history of swimming has been as good at freestyle as our guest today is. Katie Ledecky is the literal GOAT (Greatest Of All Time), as she is the world record holder in the women's 400-, 800-and 1500-meter freestyle. (If you're an American who prefers yards to meters, Katie also has the fastest-ever times in the women's 500-, 1000-, 15…
 
Hosted by: Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD Join our host, Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD, for this Special Edition of FMDA's Journal Club, COVID-19 Call to Action. Our learning objectives for this session were: 1. Address current state of the state, hotspots, and trends with COVID-19 infections across the country. 2. Describe the differences in infect…
 
Featuring Dr. Philip Sloane, Dr. Mallory Brown This podcast will spotlight articles from the September, 2021 issue of JAMDA - the Journal of the Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine. Dr. Sloane is a family physician and geriatrician with a master's degree in public health. He is the Elizabeth and Oscar Goodwin distinguished professor …
 
Dr. Swati Gaur is a provider with New Horizons Limestone who specializes in Geriatric Medicine. She earned her medical degree from Ghandi Medical College. Dr. Gaur is board certified in Geriatric Medicine, Internal Medicine, and Hospice and Palliative Medicine. Dr. Guar is currently chair AMDA's Infection advisory Committee (IAC). Recorded: August …
 
It was only a few weeks ago that Fr. Jean Denis Saint-Felix — the superior of the Jesuit community in Haiti – was our guest on this podcast. He shared with us his reflections on the assassination of the Haitian president. Tragically, a lot has happened in Haiti in just these few weeks. On August 14, a 7.2-magnitude earthquake devastated Southwester…
 
It’s cliché to say but Ignatian Pilgrimage: There’s an app for that. It’s called “Journey with Ignatius” – and it’s a cool new project developed by the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies at Boston College. On today’s episode, Fr. Casey Beaumier, SJ, director of the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies, shares the thinking and reflection that we…
 
It’s not every day you crack open a copy of the New Yorker Magazine and find a long profile of an incredibly impressive, inspiring young Catholic woman. But that was the case in the February 8th issue, where you can find an article headlined “How a young activist is helping Pope Francis Battle Climate change.That young activist is Molly Burhans, an…
 
Presenters: Travis Neill PA-C, Assistant Medical Director with Vivage Senior Living Clay Watson MD, Infectious Disease Physician and Regional Medical Director with Optum Greg Gahm MD, Chief Medical Officer and multi-facility medical director with Vivage Senior Living Colorado Journal Club this month will be conducted by Dr. Clay Watson presenting a…
 
Jamie Kralovec’s work is deeply rooted in his faith and Ignatian spirituality, but he’s not a theologian or a youth minister. Jamie is an urban planner by trade, and he’s on the show today to convince you that caring about cities and urban parks and transit and zoning is a deeply Catholic endeavor. Jamie first saw the connections between urbanism a…
 
Special Guests: Leslie Eber, MD, CMD, and Sing Palat, MD, CMD Hosted by: Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD Our learning objectives for this session were: 1. Provide an overview of current state of the state with discussion of clinical trends and metrics. 2. Discuss current surges in COVID cases across the country and breakthrough cases of COVID in vacc…
 
Featuring Dr. Philip Sloane, Dr. Mallory Brown This podcast will spotlight articles from the July, 2021 issue of JAMDA - the Journal of the Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine. Dr. Sloane is a family physician and geriatrician with a master's degree in public health. He is the Elizabeth and Oscar Goodwin distinguished professor of Fa…
 
On July 31st, the Church celebrates the feast of St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus, better known as the Jesuits. And this year, the feast is extra special. Why? Because we’re in the midst of an Ignatian Year, a celebration of the 500th anniversary of the cannonball strike that shattered Ignatius’ legs and ultimately set him on…
 
Questions? Email Alex at abardakh@paltc.orgReferences: COVID-19 Resource Page 2022 Physician Fee Schedule Makes Cuts to Nursing Home Codes, Changes to Telehealth Hospitals, Nursing Homes, and Other Healthcare Facilities Should Require COVID-19 Vaccinations for Employees Drive to Deprescribe Healing Together…
 
What are you willing to risk for what you believe? Fr. Steve Kelly, SJ, is a peace activist and a member of the Plowshares movement, a largely Catholic movement of pacifists that protests nuclear weapons by damaging weapons and military property. He has spent at least a decade of his life behind bars for his witness, and was just released recently …
 
On July 7, one week ago today, in the early hours of the morning, the president of Haiti, Jovenal Moise, was assassinated in his home. The exact details of his death are still clouded in mystery, but the impact on the country is stark and tragic: Haiti, still recovering from the devastating 2010 earthquake, still reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic,…
 
Last month, Georgetown University professor of history Dr. Marcia Chatelain was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for her book “Franchise: the Golden Arches in Black America." The book reveals the hidden history of how fast food became one of the greatest generators of Black wealth and power in American and the costs of this success story.Host Mike Jordan…
 
Hosted By: Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD Our learning objectives for this session were: Describe the chronic symptoms experienced by many COVID-19 survivors. Analyze the current literature and review pathophysiology proposed to be associated with this condition. Review clinical approaches being utilized to treat and provide rehabilitation to patien…
 
When Fr. Bill Barry, SJ, passed away late in 2020 at the age of 90 years old, he left behind a long and storied legacy as a spiritual director, author and Jesuit priest. Though he wrote many, many books, mentored generations of Jesuits and guided countless retreatants, there was one consistent theme that everyone who encountered Fr. Barry walked aw…
 
June is high school graduation season, and today's guest is one of the most impressive grads from the Jesuit Schools Network: Carlos Smith, who just finished his time at Loyola High School in Detroit. Loyola is an all-male Jesuit high school known for its rigorous academic standards and strong commitment to faith, and it serves about 150 predominan…
 
Featuring Dr. Philip Sloane, Dr. Mallory Brown This podcast will spotlight articles from the June 2021 issue of JAMDA - the Journal of the Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine. Dr. Sloane is a family physician and geriatrician with a master's degree in public health. He is the Elizabeth and Oscar Goodwin distinguished professor of Fam…
 
In the year 1838, the Jesuits of the Maryland Province sold at least 272 enslaved men, women and children to a plantation owner in Louisiana, in part to provide financial support to Georgetown University, which was struggling at the time. The Jesuits have long been aware of this shameful history, but living Descendants of the 272 enslaved persons h…
 
Special Guests: Victoria Nalls, PhD, GNP-BC, CWS, ACHPN and Pamela Scarborough, PT, DPT, CWS, FAAWC Hosted By: Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD Recorded: June 9, 2021 Our learning objectives for this session were: 1. Create an awareness of the silent skin manifestations related to COVID-19. 2. Discuss how to distinguish between skin manifestations rel…
 
As more and more of us are going back to Mass for the first time in over a year, today's episode is a celebration of our faith. Today's guest is the renowned theologian and teacher Dr. Thomas Groome, who serves as a professor of theology and religious education at Boston College’s School of Theology and Ministry. He has an incredible ability to mak…
 
Today’s episode is a challenging one. We take a deep dive into the tragic events gripping the people of India, and we reflect on the tremendous loss of life that has resulted from the second wave of COVID-19. According to Vatican News, as of May 29, there have been 27.7 million reported cases of COVID-19—second only to the US – and 322,512 deaths, …
 
Special Guest: Brette Svensson, DNP, MSN, AGPCNP-BC Hosted by: Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD Our learning objectives for this session were: Discuss the healthcare disparities seen during this COVID-19 pandemic, and the impact that we have seen on our PALTC communities. Examine the longstanding healthcare challenges produced by racial inequities and…
 
Special Guest Moderator: Leonard Hock, DO, MACOI, CMD, FAAHPM, HMDC Hosted by: Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD Our learning objectives for this session were: Address ongoing approaches to addressing vaccine Hesitancy within our PALTC community. Discuss the perspectives of clinical and administrative leaders by sharing our experiences. Report on FMDA'…
 
Finding time to go on retreat is a challenge — even when there's not a global pandemic to contend with. But what if there was a way to go on retreat without having to book a room, set aside a weekend or travel out of state? What if you could just...go? In your own town, city or neighborhood?In this episode, co-host Eric Clayton talks with both retr…
 
Featuring Dr. K. Beiting, an Adv. Research Fellow in Geriatric and Palliative Care at the Univ. of Chicago. She is currently doing research in opioid use disorders in older adults with funding through the TL1 post-doctoral program in clinical research and medical infomatics. @kimberlybeiting @UChicagoGeriPal Dr. M. Yang, 2nd year Med. student at Un…
 
For Maka Black Elk, being a member of the Oglala Lakota Tribe on Pine Ridge Reservation confers a great responsibility. And it forms the bedrock of Black Elk’s work — first as a teacher at Red Cloud Indian School and now as the school’s Executive Director for Truth and Healing.Red Cloud is a Jesuit-run school on the reservation. It was founded in 1…
 
Featuring Dr. Philip Sloane, & Dr. Mallory Brown This podcast will spotlight articles from the May 2021 issue of JAMDA - the Journal of the Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine. Dr. Sloane is a family physician and geriatrician with a master's degree in public health. He is the Elizabeth and Oscar Goodwin distinguished professor of Fa…
 
Special Guest: Swati Gaur MD, MBA, CMD Hosted by: Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD Our learning objectives for this session were: Address the current challenges PALTC are facing at this stage of the Pandemic. Review how PALTC facilities are approaching the regulations and mandates set forth in the new legislation. Discuss local community surges in COV…
 
Listen to today’s show, and you’ll learn at least one incontrovertible fact: Sister Helen Prejean, CSJ, is an absolute dynamo. She has spent close to four decades accompanying prisoners on death row and almost as long advocating for the end of the death penalty—work that first came to worldwide renown with the 1993 publication of her book “Dead Man…
 
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