The Voice of Medicine

The Voice of Medicine

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THE VOICE OF MEDICINE - Insane thoughts, stories and talks from the fascinating medicine world. Radiolutions - Swiss Medical Recruitment and presenter from THE VOICE OF MEDICINE Podcast will keep you updated.
Know-how from doctors, physicians, clinics, hospitals etc. for free.
This Podcast is available on all common Podcast platforms and enables you to profit from amazing content on the go.
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THE VOICE OF MEDICINE - Insane thoughts, stories and talks from the fascinating medicine world. Radiolutions - Swiss Medical Recruitment and presenter from THE VOICE OF MEDICINE Podcast will keep you updated.
Know-how from doctors, physicians, clinics, hospitals etc. for free.
This Podcast is available on all common Podcast platforms and enables you to profit from amazing content on the go.
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«Ich bin unheilbar krank aber zu 101% gesund!»
Benjamin Berg hat in seinem jungen Leben schon unglaublich viel erlebt.  Diagnose Colitis Ulcerosa und Morbus Crohn. Suizidgedanken. Isolation.  Heute ist er ein gefragter Speaker und Gesundheitscoach und hilft chronisch kranken Menschen auf ihrem Lebensweg.  In diesem eindrücklichen Talk entführt er die Hörer/Innen auf eine eindrückliche Reise die wahrlich unter die Haut geht - hörenswert! Host: Dr. med. Adel Abdel-Latif
28:37
November 9, 2019
Humans and monkeys are not so different after all! The talk with Prof. William von Hippel
Do all systems governed by social rules include moral choices and moral imperatives? Why do we care so much, what the other people get compared to us? Bill answers these questions and many more in a brilliant manner, picturing a complex sketch of different influences on our behaviour. As an evolutionary psychologist, he looks for clues and similarities in our common ancestors, the primates. He shortly vocalises his opinion about why the sciences have to fight idealogical movements and prove their worth as sources of knowledge and important discoveries. Bill dives into the topic of human communication due to the technological changes. as well.  Guest: William von Hippel, Professor of Psychology at the University of Queensland in Australia Host: Michal Hulik, Head of Communications at Radiolutions 
37:47
October 26, 2019
Ist Telemedizin eine mögliche Antwort auf den Ärztemangel? Der Talk mit Prof. Christiane Brockes
Was ist Telemedizin genau und was kann sie sowohl für die Patienten als auch für die Ärzte tun? Wie geht die Schweiz mit diesem Thema um? Was macht Alcare, das Unternehmen von Christiane denn genau? Christiane ist nicht nur Professorin and der Universität Zürich, sondern auch unternehmerisch tätig. Sie hat schon früh Dank Ihrer Forschung verstanden, dass die Telemedizin und der Einsatz von neuen Technologien die klassische Gesundheitsversorgung verändern wird. Sie erklärt auf eine einfache Art ein paar wichtige Begriffe und erörtert wie man allgemein mit diesem Thema in den ärztlichen Kreisen umgeht. Später gehen wir auf ihr Unternehmen namens Alcare ein. Ihr Team und sie implementieren sog. "smart home" Lösungen und helfen bspw. den Senioren, deren Autonomie und Unfallprävention sehr hohe Priorität haben.  Guest: Prof. Dr. med. Christiane Brockes, CEO Alcare Host: Michal Hulik, Head of Communications at Radiolutions 
44:33
October 12, 2019
Cancer treatment, why the hell are we making patients more sick? The talk with Prof. Thomas Seyfried
Have you heard about the research conducted by Otto Warburg (Nobel Prize in chemistry, 1931)? If not, you might not know the modern follow up either! How is respiration and fermentation connected to cancer? How can calorie-restricted ketogenic diets and fasting help with cancer? The answers and much more coming from a man, who dedicated his life to understanding cancer and how to treat it, without making the patients sicker using radiation or chemotherapy. Professor Seyfried explains in simple terms, how the fermentation of glucose, damage to mitochondria and inflammation are connected in terms of cancer development. He was often labeled as controversial, yet his work is based on solid science and the obvious need for an alternative treatment for cancer patients. We scrutinise together, why this knowledge is either unknown to doctors, or suspiciously frowned upon. In his books, you can find more detailed information about his work and the work of his colleagues. Guest: Prof. Thomas Seyfried, biologist, Boston College Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences Host: Michal Hulik, Head of Communication, Radiolutions
40:44
September 28, 2019
"We are all miserable, because we are trying so hard not to be!" The talk with Prof. Anna Lembke
Did you ever wonder, why we have so many people suffering from depression? Is spirituality just a buzz word these days offering false hopes? Find out, why Professor Anna Lembke, Associate Professor of Psychiatry and behavioural sciences, Director of addiction medicine at Stanford and a book author, chose to work in the field of psychiatry. She explains very well, how addiction come to be very difficult to deal with. We discuss why some fields in medicine are not cooperating sufficiently. Anna is a wonderful person to talk to and her book "Drug dealer, how doctors were duped, patients got hooked and why is it so hard to stop?" gave me an insight on the huge problem of medical drug use as a "state of art" treatment for any sort of condition. In connection to this she explained, why pain has an intrinsic value, what "toyotisation" of medicine is and how lack of care continuity kills healthcare.  Guest: Prof. Anna Lembke, Associate Professor and Medical Director of Addiction Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine, program Director of the Stanford Addiction Medicine Fellowship and Chief of the Stanford Addiction Medicine Dual Diagnosis Clinic  Host: Michal Hulik, Head of Communication at Radiolutions 
38:11
September 14, 2019
Wendy's in a hospital cafeteria, you must be kidding! The talk with Dr. Joel Kahn, MD, FACC
Vegan lifestyle, why should you consider it? What is wrong with our hearts thanks to our jobs?  Joel is simply a fun guy to talk to, he is an interventional cardiologist and as such fights every day on behalf of a diet, which he considers the best for the heart. In our talk he was as kind as to explain me not only the current state of affairs in terms of dietician's 101, but also where the research stands and what claims can or cannot be trusted.  Bottom line is that the Mediterranean states like Greece and Italy possess healthy nutrition habits, which provides them not only with longevity but with a relatively sickness-free life.  To spice up things he explains how diets influence blood flow, which influences for example sexual arousal ability for both, male and female. And because Joel is not afraid to speak up up about sensitive topics such as body shape relation to health, we discuss the morbidly obese labeled as plus size models, too. Guest: Dr. Joel Kahn, MD, FACC, Founder of the Kahn Center for Cardiac Longevity Host: Michal Hulik, Head of Communications at Radiolutions 
37:31
August 30, 2019
The situation of healthcare in Russia, a changing landscape! The talk with Prof. Sergey Morozov, MD
The former rector of the EMC Medical School in Moscow, Professor of Radiology and now a CEO of a radiology center in Moscow, Sergey explains very vividly, how Russia's healthcare is changing in the last few years. One could call it dramatic, but things are improving rapidly in all dimensions included the medical education, clinical excellence and quality of patient care. Sergey brings together two topics, which for a long time have been separated with dire consequences, medicine and management. He discusses how important the understanding of recruitment, change management and innovation are inside the field of medicine, not at its outskirts. As the former president of European Society of medical Imaging Informatics, he tells a compelling story about how digital imaging helps increase the quality of diagnostics everywhere. Overall a wonderful talk worth listening to!  Guest: Professor Sergey Morozov, MD, PHD, MPH, CEO of CEO of Research and Practice Center of Medical Radiology, Moscow Host: Michal Hulik, Head of Communications at Radiolutions 
42:47
August 16, 2019
"Ich hasse es zu verlieren!" Von der Chirurgin zur Profiradfahrerin. Der Talk mit Dr. Marlen Reusser
Was bewegt eine Ärztin ihren Job auf der Chirurgie aufzugeben und voll auf den Profisport zu setzen? Was im ersten Moment wie ein Widerspruch aussieht entpuppt sich als der logische Weg einer Frau der Superlative. Marlen Reusser, ehemals Geigenvirtuosin, suchte schon von Kindheitsbeinen an den Challenge. Der logische Weg führte die damals junge Medizinstudentin in den Spitzensport, wo sie erste grosse Erfolge feierte. Nach dem Staatsexamen, welches sie mit Auszeichnung abschloss, entschied sie sich während ihrer Assistenzzeit alles auf den Profisport zu setzen. Mit Erfolg! Sie gehört unterdessen zu den weltweit führenden Radfahrerinnen und gewinnt ein internationales Rennen nach dem anderen. In diesem spannenden Podcast lässt uns Marlen hinter die Kulissen blicken und gewährt uns Einblicke in eine Persönlichkeit, die ihresgleichen sucht. Spannend. Bewegend. Berührend. Guest: Dr. med. Marlen Reusser Host: Dr. med. Adel Abdel-Latif
32:38
August 2, 2019
Sarcopenia, the modern kryptonite of the elderly? The talk with Prof. Andrea B. Maier
Do you have an idea how much muscle mass you loose between the age of 20 and 80? We all heard at least once in our life, older person uttering the words " I need to take it easy, I am not as fit as I used to be! ". Well, what a lot of the older individuals do not know, is that inactivity causes their muscle to fade. Less muscle, less protection of their bones. That can be fatal! Andrea explains why the intake of protein becomes so vital in the older stages in life. Sarcopenia is the scientific term and was for long time simply accepted as a cost byproduct of ageing. Thanks to researchers like her, we know more today. Additionally, speaking about ageing, Andrea explains what the cellular senescence is and how it is connected to cancer. I also get schooled on the topic of wisdom, which she comprehends in a different way. As a bonus we get to hear about her experience dealing with patients in Australia, compared to patients in Europe, thus showing us some cultural differences. Guest: Andrea B. Maie, Professor General Medicine and Aged Care, Gerontology, University of Melbourne and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, President-elect ANZSSFR Australian and New Zealand Society for Sarcopenia and Frailty Research (ANZSSFR) Host: Michal Hulik,  Humor researcher, Head of Communications at Radiolutions
28:55
July 19, 2019
Revolution in healthcare communication? The talk with Luiza Dobre from KomedHealth
Luiza Dobre is a young and motivated healthcare entrepreneur, who works relentlessly to revolutionise the communication in healthcare institutions. In this episode we devoted our time to discuss her path from simple interest in healthcare towards the probably most engaged visionary in this segment. Her story pictures the need for perseverance and guts, that are needed in order to lead a start-up such as hers. She managed to work with one of the biggest university hospitals in Switzerland, Inselspital Bern, and others follow pretty quickly. KomedHealth will undoubtedly change the way, doctors, nurses and other professionals exchange information inside a hospital in the next few year and it was an exciting thing to talk to her. Not only should she be an inspiration for other young entrepreneurs, but her work should be acknowledged as a way to actually save lives. Guest: Luiza Dobre, CEO and Co-Founder of KomedHealth https://komed-health.com/ Host: Michal Hulik, Humor researcher and Head of Communications at Radiolutions 
26:40
July 6, 2019
“If you feel ok, you probably are!”? Overdiagnosing in pediatrics? The talk with Dr. Quinonez
Must we always treat everything that we find?  Why is prolonged hospitalization dangerous for patients, especially for children?  Dr. Ricardo Alejandro Qiunonez, M.D., F.A.A.P. ,Section Head and Service Chief Pediatric has a critical eye for the topic of overdiagnosing.  We discuss how thresholds agreed upon by experts can distort the picture about health situation of individuals. How efficient and useful are medical procedures? Where do they rather pose potential health hazard than help? Ricardo explains it for you in this Podcast.
42:16
June 21, 2019
Aktiv für Kinderrechte und gegen seltene Kinderkrankheiten! Der Talk mit Jörg Richter
Aktiv für Kinderrechte und gegen seltene Kinderkrankheiten: Jörg Richter von der Care for Rare Foundation (gegründet von Prof. Christoph Klein) fuhr mit seinem Fahrrad und dem süssen Bären Benjamin quer durch Amerika. Dort traf er Menschen, welche selber betroffen waren. Was haben tätowierte Harley Davidson Rocker, kleine Kinder, Feuerwehrmänner und Mediziner gemeinsam? Die Antwort hören Sie im Podcast. 
24:34
June 21, 2019
Virtual reality reshapes medicine! The talk with Cathrine Strohanova from Jasoren
Jasoren represented by Cathrine, is an US software development company specializing in building applications for virtual and augmented reality, conversational interfaces, as well as for web and mobile platforms. We discuss the role of VR and other software solutions for healthcare. How can all this technology help doctors and healthcare institutions to improve educational programs? Cathrine explains a couple of essential ideas about VR and introduces some examples of Jasoren's work, some of which are used in exposition therapy or in rehabilitation.  Listen to the great and relaxed conversation and find out, if you too can profit from Jasoren's expertise. 
41:55
June 8, 2019
Fellowship, what can go wrong and how to do it right!? The talk with Dr. Mohy Taha
Dr. Mohy Taha came a long way from simply looking for a fellowship himself and tediously working out all the details connected to the task. His personal experience gave birth to the idea of making the process of finding and organizing a fellowship more efficient and "user friendly". It is his undeniable altruistic nature, which perpetuated the process from a simple idea through the implementation to the platform, that went online and provides all medical doctors with valuable advice. This platform, just like Wikipedia can only grow and help everybody else, if it is supplied with important information by its users.  Support your colleague Dr. Taha and help him establish MyFellowship to a worldwide platform to help, inform and fullfill the needs of medical doctors in regard of fellowships.  Click below and check it out yourself!   https://my-fellowship.com/   Let us know what you think and how your fellowship changed your medical expertise!
30:32
June 7, 2019
«Die Medizin erlebt aktuell den grössten Wandel aller Zeiten» - Prof. Dr. Jochen Werner im Gespräch
«Ist der klassische Arztberuf vom Aussterben bedroht? Was bietet die Digitalisierung für Chancen in der Medizin? Wie sieht das Krankenhaus der Zukunft aus?». Diese und weitere Fragen diskutieren wir mit dem bedeutendsten Medical-Influencer der Neuzeit.  Prof. Dr. med. Jochen Werner, Vorstandsvorsitzender und Ärztlicher Direktor der Uniklinik Essen beleuchtet in diesem spannenden Podcast-Interview die Facetten und Möglichkeiten der Digitalisierung und stellt sich offen und direkt kontrovers diskutierten Fragen. Hörenswert!  Mehr Infos:  https://www.medical-influencer.de Guest: Prof. Dr. Jochen Werner  Host: Dr. med. Adel Abdel-Latif, CEO Radiolutions
30:38
May 10, 2019
100% NOT vegan! The talk with Dr. Shawn Baker
Shawn became famous after he appeared on multiple TV channels as the guy, who eats only meat since years now. But what people do not know, is his rich background as an orthopedic surgeon for the US military force and his work in an orthopedic practice later on. As an athlete and winner of multiple lifting categories (American Record Deadlift 772lbs (350kg)), Sub-master World Record Deadlift 738lbs he helps numerous people these days to adjust their diet according to their needs. We discussed why meat consumption is being blamed for global ills and problems. We have critically asked about the validity of research that has been done to prove meat's involvement in morbidity.  I hope you will enjoy, if you want to find out more about Shawn click on the link below! If you have something to say, leave a comment below, too!   https://www.shawn-baker.com/about Guest: Dr. Shawn Baker, Orthopedic Surgeon, Coach, Athlete  Host: Michal Hulik, CMO Radiolutions
40:31
April 12, 2019
Schlafen Paare anders, wenn sie verliebt sind? Der Talk mit Frau Prof. Richter aus Nürnberg
In diesem spannenden Talk erklärt uns Frau Professor Richter etwas über die typischen Schlafstörungen, die sie täglich bei Ihren Patienten behandelt. Faszinierend sind die Eigenheiten des Schlafverhalten bei Paaren, ebenso wie die Einflüsse des Alters und der mentalen Verfassung auf die Schlafqualität. Wir diskutieren die Gefahren des Schlafmangels, die in der Medizin oft sehr ausgeprägt sind. Frau Prof. Richter skizziert uns auch wie die jeweiligen Systeme des Körpers mit Schlaf zusammenhängen (bspw. Gastrointestinaltrakt). Zum Schluss kommt noch das Thema der Schlafstörungen der Asylbewerber zum Tragen. Gast: Prof. Dr. med. Kneginja Richter, MHBA  Host: Michal Hulik, CMO Radiolutions
27:53
March 28, 2019
The legacy of Mayo Brothers? The talk with Lee Aase from the Mayo Clinic
In this remarkable talk with Lee, we have discussed his work as  Director of the Mayo Clinic Social Media Network (MCSMN). He helps Mayo Clinic develop the best ways to apply social media to promote health, fight disease and improve health care. Especially in today's world, where medicine and healthcare has more opportunities to reach patients, the proper use of media tools is essential. Lee also explains what it means to have a "growth mindset" and we discuss the importance of knowledge sharing and medical apprenticeship across nations. What exactly is the legacy of Mayo Brothers?   Check out Mayo Clinic's own Social Media Network:   https://socialmedia.mayoclinic.org/   and their Healthcare Network:  https://connect.mayoclinic.org/
37:04
March 14, 2019
"If you have a flat tire, you don't put gasoline in the tank!" The talk with Dr. Mark Gordon
Mark is the kind of person that you need to listen to at least once in your live. He made me understand that simply by paying attention to available research and applying it, enormous help can be offered to those who need it! Mark helps veterans and other patients that are suffering from TBI. He argues vehemently for a paradigm shift in treating brain related psychological symptoms by paying more attention to the underlaying hormonal deficiencies. The results of his team speak louder than any podcast ever could.  Please check out his webpage and if you are a medical doctor or psychologist interested in this topic, make sure you book a training with Mark and his team!   http://www.tbimedlegal.com/ LinkedIn Mark Gordon
59:01
February 15, 2019
Call your grandmother and save her from mental decline! The talk with Kerry Burnight, PhD
Did you know how to keep elder people mentally fit?  Listen to the exciting talk  and learn more about age and its challenges from a less media-shaped point of view!  Kerry was a professor of geriatric Medicine and Gerontology at the University of California for 17 years. In her 15 years of research, she studied abuse and neglect of the elderly, the effects of isolation on the cognitive stability in older age and she continuously helps older adults to embrace ageing. Her promotional focus towards positive and successful ageing opposes the stereotypical view on ageing as something that needs to be countered. She herself advises a counter-cultural attitude towards ageing and calls upon everybody to embrace the elderly for their uniqueness and their wisdom.  Guest: Kerry Burnight, PhD  Host: Michal Hulik, CMO Radiolutions Check out her amazing project called GrandPad, the tablet for seniors!  https://www.grandpad.net/
37:50
January 18, 2019
"Die Kinder in den Schulen kriegen keinen Klimmzug mehr hin!" Der Talk mit Dr. Andreas Stippler
In diesem lockeren Talk besprechen wir das Thema "Muskeln". Wir gehen auf das Buch von Dr. Stippler ein, Sie erfahren, warum man einen "Sixpack" nicht so einfach bekommen kann und warum Muskelschwund im Alter fatal wird. Wir diskutieren ebenso die Folgen unserer Sitzkultur und die Wichtigkeit einer richtigen, professionellen Massage. Wir empfehlen Ihnen ebenso das lehrreiche Buch "Kluge Muskeln" zu lesen oder als Geschenk der Familie zu schenken.    https://www.klugemuskeln.at/ Gast: Dr. Andreas Stippler, Facharzt für Orthopädie  Host: Michal Hulik, CMO Radiolutions
29:38
January 18, 2019
Let's be honest, how good is your clinical service really? The talk with Daniel Coulton Shaw
Do you know how to attract patients from other countries to your health institution? Do you think the patients will come because you have the best doctors? As an expert in the field of medical tourism and patient reported outcome measure of the services provided by hospitals and clinics around the globe, Daniel and his team advice healthcare providers on topics as reputation building, transparency improvement and many many more.  The cooperation with Google and his own empirical research brought him the acknowledgment and international acceptance. His ultimate goal is to make healthcare accessible to objective reviews, which help patients choosing the right provider for them.  I highly recommend him as a speaker, he can definitely enrich your way of looking at clinical excellence.    Guest: Daniel Coulton Shaw,  Co-Founder of two dental clinics and the international ambassador for GCR. (Global Clinic Rating) Host: Michal Hulik, CMO Radiolutions  http://gcr.org/blog/about-gcr/  https://www.linkedin.com/in/coultonshaw/
34:30
January 14, 2019
Digitalisierung - das Ende der klassischen Medizin? Der Beitrag von Dr. Adel Abdel-Latif
Die Digitalisierung schreitet in grossen Schritten, gerade in der klassischen Medizin, voran. Welche Ärzte überleben die digitale Revolution, welche werden überflüssig und zukünftig wegrationiert? Wie müssen sich Ärzte darauf vorbereiten, welche Skills müssen besser ausgebildet werden um sie bis zu einem gewissen Grad "unersetzbarer" zu machen? Fragen, die uns im heutigen Podcast beschäftigen.
21:37
January 13, 2019
Der Sprung nach Dubai. Der Talk mit Frau Dr. Amelie Hofmann-Werther, Gynäkologin
Was macht eine Deutsche Gynäkologin in Dubai und wie nimmt man sie dort wahr? "Ich bin heute eine bessere Ärztin als vor 5 Jahren!" sagt Dr. med. Amelie Hofmann-Werther. Sie hat den Sprung von Deutschland in die Fremde gewagt und gehört heute zu den führenden Gynäkologinnen Dubais. In diesem spannenden Podcast tauchen wir gemeinsam in eine Welt der Superlative ein und blicken hinter die Kulissen eines "etwas anders" funktionierenden Gesundheitssystems.  Für mehr Infos: https://www.hofmann-werther.com Host: Dr. med. Adel Abdel-Latif, MBA Guest: Dr. med. Amelie Hofmann-Werther, FA Gynäkologie
29:34
January 5, 2019
"Wir brauchen eine sprechende Medizin" Der Talk mit Dr. Rahim Schmidt
Jauchzen die Araber anders als die Europäer, wenn sie Schmerzen haben? Was muss ein Arzt wissen, damit er interkulturelle Eigenheiten entsprechend mit der medizin vereinen kann?  Er ist als Allgemeinmediziner, Politiker und Dozent seit vielen Jahren in Deutschland tätig, Dr. Rahim Schmidt ist ein vielseitiger Mann. Ursprünglich aus dem Iran gekommen, ein lebendes Beispiel dafür, dass Integration nur mit Kommunikation und aktivem "sich-Einbringen" möglich ist. Zum Thema interkulturelle Medizin, Patient-Arzt-Beziehung, Eigenheiten der kulturellen Symptomatik und einiges mehr hat er aus seiner Kompetenz in diesem Bereich gerne berichtet. Es war mir eine Freude, mich mit ihm auszutauschen und ich hoffe, dass seine Vorträge Resonanz unter den medizinischen Kollegen finden. Guest: Dr. med. Rahim Schmidt, FA Allgemeinmedizin Host: Michal Hulik, CMO Radiolutions
29:10
January 1, 2019
"Forget happiness, it is toxic! Look for alignment!" The talk with Dr. Nivedita Lakhera
Why should creativity help a doctor at his work? How real is the urge to be happy and what does it entail? Niv, doctor of internal medicine, is a perfect example what happens, when a cheerful and communicative person becomes a physician. Besides a number of modern lifestyle topics, she talks about deeper meaning of life and the importance of self-awareness. Her very essence lies in the unique composition of spiritual approach to medicine and creativity. As an author of poetry, she lights up the mood of others worldwide and her book "Pillow of dreams" is a collection of emotional journeys everyone can relate to. Enjoy listening to her stories and short but strong messages throughout the interview. Guest: Dr. Nivedita Lakhera Host: Michal Hulik, CMO Radiolutions
34:48
December 30, 2018
"Ich lege mich auch selbst unters Messer!" Der Talk mit Dr. Christian Köhler
Wie sieht die Ästhetische Chirurgie heute aus? Was ist noch vertretbar und was eher fraglich? Dr. med. Christian Köhler, CEO Prevention Center Zürich, gehört zu den innovativsten und bekanntesten Ästhetischen Chirurgen der Schweiz. Wie kein anderer versteht er es Medizin und Wirtschaftlichkeit miteinander zu verbinden und mit gezielten Aktionen auf seine Arbeit aufmerksam zu machen. In diesem spannenden Talk lässt er erstmals hinter die Kulissen blicken und erzählt offen über Methoden, Neider, innovative Geschäftsideen und seinen Sinn für Ethik. Host: Dr. med. Adel Abdel-Latif, MBA
25:41
December 28, 2018
"Ich kämpfe für die Gleichstellung der Frau!" Der Talk mit PD Dr. Natalie Urwyler, Prix Courage 2018 Gewinnerin
Frauen in der Medizin, kein einfaches Thema? Was muss man als Frau und Ärztin durchmachen , wenn man Familie und Karriere unter einen Hut kriegen will? Ein Talk der unter die Haut geht! Für ihr Engagement gegen Diskriminierung von Frauen an Schweizer Kliniken erhält die Berner Ärztin PD Dr. med. Natalie Urwyler den Prix Courage 2018. Im Nachtdienst selbst einen Abort erlitten, kämpfte die Medizinerin unentwegt für die Gleichstellung von Frauen und für die Einhaltung des häufig bewusst verletzten Arbeitsgesetzes - bis sie von der Insel Gruppe eine unsachgemässe Kündigung erhielt. Nach jahrelangem Rechtsstreit gewann sie den Prozess gegen die Insel Gruppe und legte somit einen Stein in die Geschichte der Schweizer Medizin. In diesem eindrücklichen und emotionalen Talk erzählt die Ärztin was sie für Schikanen erleiden musste und was an Schweizer Kliniken dringend geändert werden müsste um auch Ärztinnen eine adäquate Karriere und in vielen Bereichen eine Gleichstellung zu ermöglichen. Guest: PD Dr. Natalie Urwyler Host: Dr. med. Adel Abdel-Latif, MBA
32:30
November 10, 2018
How one man changed America's healthcare! The talk with Nick Desai, CEO Heal
How does an engineer become a healthcare innovator? And how amazing would it be, if you could order a doctor the way you order an Uber? After spending 7 hours in an emergency room with his sick son, receiving a terrible medical treatment our two protagonists of this story could not stay idle and decided to change the course of healthcare history in the U.S. Nick Desai and his wife Dr. Renee Dua made it possible, that a qualified doctor can be ordered via App, come to you and treat you in the comfort of your own home. This delivery Doc service shows amazing potential and has a number of accompanying effects for medication adherence, patient-doctor communication and patients satisfaction. This project gained support from celebrities and politicians all over the U.S., people like Lionel Richie and Jeb Bush (former Governor of Florida) are enthusiastic supporters of this quest for more humane medicine. Enjoy listening to a man, who's determination and vision ensures the renaissance of dignified general medicine. Guest: Nick Desai, Co- Founder and CEO of Heal Host: Michal Hulik, CMO Radiolutions 
28:51
November 3, 2018
The Female Hero of Medicine in Saudi Arabia. The talk with Prof. Dr. Selwa Al-Hazzaa
Women and their position in Saudi's society? What does education mean, when wealth is practically given and there is no need for struggle? On January 11, 2013, as per Royal Decree from King Abdullah, Al-Hazzaa became one of the first ever female members of the Saudi Arabia Shoura Council. She published many papers, but her most important paper was DUANES, which specialized in genetically inherited eye diseases in Saudi Arabia. These are but few of her astonishing accomplishments. She is a remarkable, brave and dedicated woman, passionate and innovative expert in the field of ophthalmology and a calm, peace driven diplomat, who wants to change the world of medicine for the better. In this talk she was as kind as to share her unique life story, her experience from her international upbringing, her ideas about medicine's future and a few well meant advice for all of mankind.  I was thrilled by her strong message and her enthusiasm for her craft. Guest: Prof. Dr. Selwa Al-Hazzaa, Head of Ophthalmology Department in King Faisal Hospital Host:  Michal Hulik, CMO Radiolutions
44:34
October 14, 2018
Strahlentherapie bei chronischen Schmerzen. Der Talk mit Prof. Stephan Bodis
Was ist die alternative Therapie bei chronischen Schmerzen? Was sind die Risiken und Vorteile der Radiotherapie?  Chronische Schmerzen des Bewegungsapparates können das Leben zur Hölle machen. Häufig wissen die Betroffenen nicht mehr weiter und ziehen sich immer mehr von der Aussenwelt zurück. Folge: Isolation. Eine längst vergessene Disziplin kann hier zur massiven Schmerzlinderung bis hin zur völligen Schmerzfreiheit führen: Die Strahlentherapie. In diesem Talk, gehen wir der Sache fundiert  auf den Grund und informieren über Indikation, Verlauf, Therapieablauf und Risiken. Guest: Prof. Dr. med. Stephan Bodis, Chefarzt Radio-Onkologie am Kantonsspital Aarau Host: Dr. med. Adel Abdel-Latif, MBA
26:50
October 10, 2018
Der angstfreie OP - Vision oder Realität? Der Talk mit Dr. Holger Sauer
Was passiert wenn Innovation auf Medizin(er) trifft?  Dr. Holger Sauer, Anästhesist und Gründer des "Instituts für Psychophysik" zeigt es eindrücklich in diesem Podcast: Der angstfreie OP. Unglaublich spannender Talk mit einem Kollegen, der die Geschichte der modernen Anästhesie neu schreibt. Guest: Dr. med. Holger Sauer, Direktor des Instituts für Medizinische Psychophysik, ehemaliger Chefarzt Anästhesie Host: Dr. med. Adel Abdel-Latif, MBA
26:55
September 28, 2018
Der letzte Zeuge, faszinierende Einblicke in die Rechtsmedizin! Der Talk mit Prof. Wolfgang Eisenmenger
Rechtsmedizin aus der Sicht eines Experten mit wahnsinniger Karriere?  Er sezierte mehr als 20.000 Leichen. Darunter die von Franz Josef Strauß, Rudolf Heß, Walter Sedlmayr, Rudolph Moshammer und Ursula Herrmann. Der renommierte Münchner Gerichtsmediziner Prof. Wolfgang Eisenmenger gewährt in diesem eindrücklichen Gespräch faszinierende Einblicke in die verborgene Welt der Rechtsmedizin. Ein Talk der unter die Haut geht. Guest: Prof. Wolfgang Eisenmenger Host: Dr. med. Adel Abdel-Latif, MBA
34:06
September 11, 2018
"Fettsucht - Ärzte sollten den Patienten und nicht die Symptome behandeln!" Der Talk mit Heinrich von Grünigen
Wir kämpft man mit extremer Fettsucht? Radiolegende und Präsident der Schweizer Adipositasstiftung SAPS Heinrich von Grünigen kämpft schon seit Jahrzehnten gegen seine extreme Fettsucht. Aus seiner Erfahrung im Kampf gegen die Adipositas sagt er: "Ärzte sollten lernen den Patienten und nicht die Symptome zu behandeln!". In diesem eindrücklichen Talk berichtet von Grünigen aus Patientensicht mit was für Herausforderungen er täglich zu kämpfen hat und wie ihm die Chinesische Medizin letztendlich zu einem Gewichtsverlust von 80 Kilogramm verholfen hat. Hörenswert! Guest: Heinrich von Grünigen Host: Dr. med. Adel Abdel-Latif, MBA
40:49
September 5, 2018
Who is the man behind the movie Concussion? The talk with Professor Dr. Bennet Omalu
The 2015 film Concussion, which was nominated for an MTV Movie Award in the true story category, stars Will Smith as Dr. Bennet Omalu, a forensic pathologist who becomes embroiled in a battle with the NFL after his research indicates that a football career can lead to lasting brain damage .The real Dr. Omalu, a physician originally from Nigeria, began his research somewhat accidentally, when he was assigned to perform an autopsy on former NFL star Mike Webster, according to a 2009 GQ profile of Omalu that reportedly inspired the 2015 film. Webster had been a famous football player who, by the time his life ended at age 50, was "pissing in his own oven and squirting Super Glue on his rotting teeth," according to GQ. When Omalu examined Webster's brain, things appeared normal on the surface, but he had a suspicion that there was unseen damage. After getting permission to examine Webster's brain in depth, Dr.Omalu discovered something unnerving — a build-up of proteins, splattered around the brain and gunking up the works, seemed like they might have been the cause of Webster's erratic and dysfunctional behavior. And Omalu believed it was caused by a lifetime of repeated head injuries. He named the disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE. The film also stars Alec Baldwin as Dr. Julian Bailes, the chairman of neurosurgery at West Virginia University Hospitals who teamed up with Omalu to support his CTE research.  The real Bailes and Omalu fought to share their findings, despite the fact that the NFL not only refused to cooperate with their research but actively tried to isolate Omalu: When the NFL held a summit to discuss concussions in 2007, 300 doctors, scientists and trainers, both from within the NFL and outside of the organization, were invited to participate, reports GQ, but Omalu wasn't. Despite the attempts by the NFL to dismiss Omalu, he was able to publish and advocate for his research, eventually forcing the league to begin to acknowledge the dangers of CTE and the risks that players face. But even though the movie has been made, Omalu's real-life work isn't over. "Anybody still denying the disease is out of his mind," Omalu told GQ in 2009. "The issue now is treatment. That is my next step, now that I understand the pathology." Guest: Professor Dr. Bennet Omalu, world's most famous pathologist   Host: Michal Hulik, CMO Radiolutions
39:14
September 1, 2018
Leadership - Welchen Entwicklungsbedarf hat das Gesundheitswesen? Der Talk mit Prof. Fadil Citaku
Ist ein guter Chef automatisch auch ein guter Leader? Warum befinden sich Schweizer Kliniken, wenn es um Leadership-Qualitäten geht, im internationalen Vergleich noch im Steinzeitalter? Ist Leadership wirklich lernbar?  Diese und weitere Fragen diskutiere ich heute mit Prof. Dr. Fadil Citaku, einem weltweit anerkannten Experten wenn es um Führungs- und Leadershipfragen geht. 1:1, ungeschnitten, direkt. Hörenswert! Guest: Prof. Fadil Citaku, Leadership and Emotional Intelligence at the Academy of Leadership Sciences Switzerland (ALSS) Host: Dr. med. Adel Abdel-Latif, MBA
27:43
August 30, 2018
Höllentrip Essstörungen ? Der Talk mit einer Betroffenen
Was bringt eine Essstörung  mit sich? Wieso kann man sich nicht als "normal" mehr sehen und wozu führt die psychische Erkrankung dann auch physische?  Selten war ein Thema so aktuell wie die heterogene Welt der Essstörungen. Im heutigen Talk berichtet Tina (35) von ihrem jahrelangen Höllentrip der sie fast umgebracht hätte. Offen, direkt, verstörend, ernüchternd. Eine Geschichte die schockiert. Host: Dr. med. Adel Abdel-Latif, MBA
34:49
May 3, 2018
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