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Working In Oncology
11 minutes | 21 days ago
Oncology Worker & Cancer Survivor: Both Sides of the Fence w/ Lisa Carey
Working in oncology changes completely when you get cancer treatments in the same chair as your patients. The view from the other side of the fence will change your patient advocacy forever. In this episode, we interview Lisa Carey, MOA at Broome Oncology, about how being a survivor affected her job. What we talked about: -Working in oncology as a cancer survivor -The biggest battle her patients face is one they don’t even know about -Walking into the treatment area now & being family to patients Stay connected with Working in Oncology on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or our podcast website.
25 minutes | a month ago
Self-Care Isn’t Selfish in Healthcare w/ Dr. Darin Davidson
Mindset training isn’t just for athletes. Since burnout can strike anyone anywhere, those of us in oncology need to train ourselves to recognize and overcome burnout — so we can do our best work for our patients. In this episode, we interview Dr. Darin Davidson, Founder at Darin Davidson, MD Consulting, about managing emotional wellbeing and burnout. What we talked about: -What burnout is vs. what stress is -The importance of mindset training -Tips for counteracting burnout -Daily habits we can change Stay connected with Working in Oncology on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or our podcast website.
21 minutes | a month ago
From Treating Individual Patients to Prostate Cancer Advocacy w/ Dr. Benjamin Lowentritt
Whether your prostate cancer benefit run has 250 or 3,000 people show up in support, you’re doing valuable work to serve your community. Today’s guest partners with ZERO, The End of Prostate Cancer, because he wants to help even more than just the individual patients he sees. In this episode, we interview Dr. Benjamin Lowentritt, Partner at Chesapeake Urology Associates, about how a run for prostate cancer turned into several millions to support research and patient advocacy. What we talked about: --How the run & partnership with ZERO came about --People who underestimate prostate cancer --Belonging to a community of supporters, advocates, & cheerleaders --ZEROcancer.org Stay connected with Working in Oncology on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or our podcast website.
18 minutes | 2 months ago
We Innovate Constantly in Healthcare … But Don’t Take Any Credit w/ Dr. Bonnie Clipper
Every time we figure out a work-around or create system changes to make sure our patients get the right treatment … that’s innovation. People in healthcare innovate all the time, but we tend not to view ourselves as innovators. In this episode, I interview Dr. Bonnie Clipper, Chief Clinical Officer at Wambi and nursing innovation evangelist, about innovation in healthcare. We also talked about: The mindset change that it takes to be an innovator The first ADHD focus game to get FDA approval Being one of the top 3 nurse influencers Check out these resources mentioned during the podcast: -Fast Company has great ideas that apply to healthcare -The Innovation Roadmap: A Guide for Nurse Leaders (whitepaper) -The Nurse’s Guide to Innovation (book) -Dr. Clipper’s YouTube channel Stay connected with Working in Oncology on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or our podcast website.
27 minutes | 2 months ago
The Biggest Problem for Patients Is… Access w/ Allie Anders
Your access to patients is through 2 little sliding pharmacy windows, and your “office” is just 5 feet wide. Welcome to the workplace where our very first podcast guest gets face-to-face with patients: her dispensary. In this episode, I interview Allie Anders, Dispensary Manager at Carolina Oncology Specialists, and we dive into the details about the biggest problems facing her patients and how Covid-19 has affected the community oncology setting. Listen, as we cover: -The #1 problem for her patients: The falsehood that they can’t get access -Why she meets with so many mid-levels -Covid-19 changes in the dispensary ... & which of these changes will stick around for the long-haul And, of course, this wouldn’t be a healthcare podcast without touching on insurance! Stay connected with Working in Oncology on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or our podcast website.
6 minutes | 2 months ago
Introducing Working in Oncology: Stories, Challenges and Advice from the Inside
We couldn’t be happier to announce the launch of Working in Oncology, a BioPlus podcast that’s all about the stories of oncology staff practice members. In our very first episode, we introduce our 2 hosts Alicia Evans, Integrated Marketing Specialist, and Scott Cothran, Region Clinical Liaison, both at BioPlus. What we talked about: -Topics you can expect to hear on the show (think chemotherapy practices, research for clinical trials, & counseling patients) -How BioPlus Specialty Pharmacy is a partner to oncology groups -Our main goal: To share insights that keep our community connected Contact your hosts with guest suggestions, topic ideas, & feedback: Alicia’s LinkedIn page Scott’s email address Stay connected with Working in Oncology on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or our podcast website.
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