This is a quick list of all the "Lunchtime Listen" Recommendations to date.
What are Lunchtime Listens?
Lunchtime listens are recorded podcasts, webinars, or other audiovisual presentation relevant to integrative medicine/integrative health providers in hospital-based practice and their hospital sponsors. The time is noted, with a goal of recommendations being 60 minutes or less to fit into a lunch break or other break in the day.
These recommendations are a part of the Hospital-Practice Handbook Project's goal of creating connections and wisdom-sharing. If you, your business, or your company are interested in sponsoring this work or a specific project, such as the Webinar Series, please contact me via the website or the Facebook page. Thank you!
Instead of existing in silos, the Hospital Handbook Project endeavors to create connections, community, and share wisdom.
The Hospital Handbook YouTube Playlist of Lunchtime Listens
This is a playlist of all the YouTube-compatible audiovisual presentations. Please go to the specific blogpost for those recommendations that are not YouTube-compatible.
For Leaders of Integrative Healthcare Programs
- The VA Whole Health Program. It's a complex program. For a good overview, start here with the November 2018 presentation with Dr. Tracy Gaudet.
- NIH Stephen E. Strauss Distinguished Lecture November 29,2018
- Dr. Tracy Gaudet, “Transforming Veteran’s Health Care: The Whole Health System” Recording is available as of 12.03.2018.
- "Leading Simply in a Complex System", a webinar with Lori Knutson of the Duke University Integrative Leadership Program
- Launching an Integrative Program in a Medical Center
- A Useful Historical View of the Economics of Integrative Health Care Models in the U.S.
- The Mind of Leader, limited availability. key note address at Mindful Leader Summit by Rasmus Hougard
- Much of the Samueli Institute's On Human Flourishing series
- interview with Dr. Robert Bonakdar, published Jan 2016.
- "We need a huge transformation. We need more individualized pain care, not just specifically what the guidelines say; and a lot more self-care."
- audio interview with Susan Samueli, philanthropist and integrative medicine practitioner, about creating and supporting the movement of Integrative Medicine. 20 minutes.
- Wayne Jonas, MD, of Samueli Institute, on shifting U.S. culture of health to one of community health, wellness, and prevention over disease-care-only as part of this idea of "on human flourishing". It is a complex problem from health culture to socio-economic disparities. 3 minute video
- Interview between Wayne Jonas, MD, and Henry Samueli, PhD, integrative medicine philanthropist. 28 minute podcast.
Building Community Wellness and Self-Care, a basic EAM and Integrative Health Model Concept
Applying lessons learned from the "Blue Zones" and Dan Buettner's team, Practicing Philanthropy for your health and your community
related YouTube videos:
- Dan's TED talk at 20 minutes
- The last 60 seconds of this Blue Zone Project video has the "why do this for your community"
- 2009 Blue Zone Project Case Study: Albert Lea, Minnesota. 5 minutes.
- Blue Zones Project Iowa, 2.5 minutes: https://youtu.be/DV46MUZNVis
- Blue Zones and Hy-Vee (grocery store) 2.5 minutes.
- Blue Zones working with communities to garden and grow food to share. (garden, nutrition, philanthropy)
Hospital-based Acupuncture Stories
Promoting hospital-practice stories with documentary episodes, Acupuncture Now Foundation
- The complexity of the field of Acupuncture Research in 10 Minutes with Mel Hopper Koppleman
- Key Research Papers to Review when Discussing Acupuncture for Pain Management with a Neurologist, an audiovisual from the Evidence-based Acupuncture Project
- Biomedicine Review: the Mu-Opioid Receptor. The audiovisual is a CEU online course from ReachMD and the blogpost ties this work in to: pain management, opioid-induced constipation and acupuncture as part of the palliative care team.
- Acupuncture, inflammation pathways, COX-2 inhibitors, NSAIDs--a guest research review for the community by Liz D.
- Cellular Reorganization and Acupuncture: a 2018 Literature review of Acupuncture and Fascia Research--guest research review by Liz and multiple YouTube videos in the "review the biomed concepts" section of Dr. Helene Langevin explaining the connection between fascia and acupuncture
- How to Write a Case Report, a series from Resource: The Massage Therapy Foundation post.
- National Health Council series on the FDA Roadmap.
- This video series reviews the difference between (and the overlap of) patient-reported outcomes and patient-centered outcomes. A recommended listen of the "basics" of this type of research and terminology if you are creating metrics for an integrative health program.
- The video series is not specific to integrative health, but all the principles of patient-reported outcome measures and patient-centered work is directly related to this work. Also useful to review before applying for federal grants in the field or PCORI grants.
- Massage Therapy Foundation videos
- The NCCIH YouTube channel, from resource list in this post (bottom of the post)
- National Academy of Medicine (NAM) 2018 “Non-Pharm Pain” Conference
- Pediatric Pearls Week Webinar series with Robin Ray Green
- The Opioid Epidemic--a comprehensive resource with several related blogposts
- More audio and audiovisual resources (spring 2018)
Clinician Resilience and Quadruple Aim
- National Academy of Medicine taking physician burn-out and clinician well-being seriously with an initiative to take a serious look at this aspect of quadruple aim and develop resources for individual providers while addressing the culture that leads to burn-out.
General Leadership for Change-Agents
Margaret Heffernan's work:
- See how small shifts and changes in behavior lay fertile ground for cultural change in the workplace in Margaret Heffernan's Beyond Measure, the big impact of small changes, a 2015 TED book.
- The Lunchtime Listen TED Talk, Margaret's "Forget the Pecking Order at Work" talk:
- It's not star performers who move a company forward; it's great teams build on social cohesion
- "...it is social cohesion--built every coffee break, every time one team member asks another for help--that leads over time to great results."
- Margaret Heffernan talk, Dare to Disagree
- The story of Alice Stewart, a physician-scientist and the statistician colleague, George Kneale, she teamed up with to help her grow and make her work better. George's job was to prove Dr. Stewart wrong. Because when he could not prove her ideas wrong, he could give Alice the confidence she needed to know she was right. "It's a fantastic model of collaboration--thinking partners who aren't echo chambers. I wonder how many of us have, or dare to have, such collaborators. Alice and George were very good at conflict. They saw it as thinking."...constructive conflict.
- TED WorkLife with Adam Grant, a podcast series featuring innovate work places and what they do well.
- "explore the ideas we can all use to make work more meaningful and creative"