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Learn how to live a life of fullness and how to recover your emotional harmony with Dr Carmen Roman. She will share with you current psychology by sharing herself and interviewing experts who will inspire you. Living in harmony is possible if you know the psychological effects of your emotions and how to handle them. Subscribe in Apple podcast or visit www.EmotionsinHarmony.org ESPAÑOL Aprende como vivir en plenitud y como recuperar tu salud emocional con la Dra. Carmen Román. Ella compartir ...
 
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Barrington Hwang, MD, y Eric Zabriskie, MD, conversan sobre el sistema peruano de salud mental con Jose Alberto Arriola Vigo, MD, MPH, un profesor asistente de psiquiatría en University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. Específicamente, el doctor Arriola Vigo nos cuenta su camino a la especialidad de psiquiatría, las diferencias entre Perú…
 
Dr. Monica Taylor-Desir is a psychiatrist that has served American Indian Communities for the past fourteen years and passionately advocated for the mental health care of her patients.After completing her psychiatry residency and community psychiatry/public health fellowship at Emory University Dr. Taylor-Desir started her career as a National Heal…
 
Bharat Sampathi, MD, interviews Rona Hu, MD, from Stanford University School of Medicine on her initiative Stanford CHIPAO (Communication Health Interactive for Parents of Adolescents and Others). We discuss her theatrical vignettes addressing parent-child conflict, mental health in immigrant families, and cultural psychiatry. https://www.stanfordc…
 
This topic is very important to improve communication and the relationship with our children in general, because according to the results of Dr. Cindy Sauln’s research, there are many messages and messengers hidden in the dreams of children. In addition, this podcast talks about the connection between the emotional state of children in relation to …
 
Movement issues are central to Parkinson’s disease (PD), even in the early stages before complications may become obvious. From the time of diagnosis and throughout the course of the disease, movement and staying physically active are essential. Both regular exercise and physical therapy can help people with PD keep moving well and for as long as p…
 
The remarkable changes that we are experiencing worldwide have made us realize that stress, anxiety, depression, and insomnia are the order of the day and anyone can suffer from it; we are human and every day we face various situations that can take us out of our comfort zone, making us feel nervous and afraid. The number of people who are sufferin…
 
Have you been cautious enough these past months? One of the many things that we've learned from this "stay home" journey is that we need to be prepared for all kinds of situations. Although being home all day can be pretty safe, a lot of unplanned situations could take place at any moment; natural disasters, sickness, or family emergencies are thin…
 
Clinical studies, studies that involve people, first use healthy people to test a drug’s safety and then use people with a disease or condition to prove that the drug works as intended. They are essential for bringing any new therapy to the public. Getting U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval for devices require rigorous studies, as well. Rec…
 
When people take a prescribed drug, they rarely if ever consider how it came to be. They assume it is the right drug and will work safely as it is supposed to. But leading up to that drug being available is a long process of discovery or invention of the molecule based on knowledge of the biology it is supposed to affect, then testing in the labora…
 
Now that we are spending way more time inside our home, the amount of - natural or artificial - lighting that we receive is a factor we should always have in mind; Inadequate lighting is commonly associated with depression, anxiety, and many mental health problems. In these times of working and studying from home, paying enough attention to what ou…
 
Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a multi-factorial condition, with the potential to affect all aspects of people’s lives. Besides the well-known motor and non-motor symptoms, it also can lead to dementia, characterized by impairment of such mental functions as cognition, memory, and judgment, leading to forgetfulness, limited social skills, and difficul…
 
En este episodio el Dr Carlos Alberto Arango V Director de Servicios Ambulatorios del Hospital Universitario San Ignacio en Bogota Colombia nos cuenta como lidio la batalla contra el #COVID19 cuales son las implicaciones que conlleva contraer el virus y como afecta a todas aquellas personas con las que convivimos y el porque es tan importante el us…
 
A través del alcance comunitario para la comunidad del Parkinson de habla hispana, vemos que hay una gran necesidad de servicios no solo en español, sino que respondan a la cultura. También existe un gran interés en desarrollar servicios para la población con acceso limitado a estos recursos. Por esta razón, Claudia Martinez, coordinadora de alcanc…
 
Barrington Hwang, MD, and Julian Raffoul, MD, PhD, MBA, interview Sheryl Fleisch, MD at Vanderbilt University Medical Center on topics related to homeless populations in psychiatry. Dr. Fleisch discusses how she has integrated outreach to this underserved population into her career, structural barriers, memorable patient encounters, and considerati…
 
Personalized medicine has garnered a lot of attention over the past decade. Usually it means determining the factors for each person that affect their health, their diseases, and potentially their treatments. Some examples are biomarkers that are found in their blood, their genetic make-up, diet and nutrition, behaviors, and environment. One exampl…
 
It has been two months since the last episode of the Home Shelter Fellowship, and a lot of things have happened in this time. In these two months, people have taken the chance to discover themselves and the things that they really like, a lot of families are happily spending way more time with their loved ones, and the most creative people are even…
 
Bharat Sampathi, MD, interviews Sports Psychiatrist Bettina Frankel, MD, from Northwestern University on topics in sports psychiatry including mental illness in college athletes, its effects on athletic performance, treatment options and their side effects for common diagnoses, efforts to increase awareness, ethical considerations, opportunities fo…
 
Since swallowing involves a complex and coordinated sequence of muscular movements, it is not surprising that difficulties swallowing food or liquids are common in a movement disorder such as Parkinson’s disease (PD). They can cause problems from the inconvenient to troubling, dangerous, or life threatening. Drooling is uncomfortable and can result…
 
Ester Ruiz, PhD, PMHNP-BC comenzó su carrera en la Universidad Estatal de Arizona, Colegio de Enfermería e Innovación en Salud (CONHI) en 1981 como profesora adjunta, luego como Directora de Servicios Estudiantiles, Asesora de Estudiantes Minoritarios, Profesora Asistente y Profesora hasta su jubilación en 2010. Durante muchos años, fue una de las …
 
For many years people have been moving around in search of a better job and economic opportunities, quality of life, or studies, in other cases they do it to escape problems, terrorism, and abuse. However, despite the years of this practice, the population continues to be uninformed about many aspects of the issue, leading them to make mistakes reg…
 
La participación de hispanos en estudios genéticos es necesaria para mejorar el entendimiento de la enfermedad del Parkinson. También aseguraría que los datos de los hispanos estén representados y que esos resultados se tomen en cuenta para iniciativas de salud en caso exista diferencia entre poblaciones. Sin embargo, vemos un porcentaje muy bajo d…
 
Ester Ruiz, PhD, PMHNP-BC began her career at Arizona State University, College of Nursing & Health Innovation (CONHI) in 1981 as adjunct faculty, then as Director of Student Services, Minority Student Advisor, Assistant Professor and as Professor until her retirement in 2010. For many years, she was only one of a few Hispanic nurses in the western…
 
The Parkinson’s Outcomes Project (POP) is the largest-ever clinical study of people with Parkinson’s disease (PD). Since the beginning of this groundbreaking initiative in 2009, Parkinson’s Foundation Centers of Excellence have been tracking and monitoring the care of more than 13,000 people in five countries with all stages of PD. The goal is to f…
 
How can our negotiation skills help us survive a crisis? Usually, when we are involved in a difficult situation we try to evade all kinds of things that may bring us more stress or sadness. This sometimes includes important conversations that could actually open a door to success for us. Learning and practicing our negotiation skills can help us na…
 
Now that we are slowly beginning to integrate back into the outside world, we must keep in mind the new sanitary rules that will help us stay safe. The habit of washing our hands frequently, not touching our faces and keeping a safe distance from other people will help maintain our health at its best in this situation. These rules will not only fol…
 
Having an ideology of superiority in relation to other people is humiliating and feeling it just because of being a different race or having a different skin color is even more outrageous. This time we will talk about a topic that many people thought only happened back in the time of slavery and that was overcome many years ago. But this is not the…
 
Disease rating scales give clinicians a snapshot in time of the severity of a disease, how it may be affecting a patient, and areas where therapies may be applied. Put together over time, rating scale results can indicate the progression of a disease and possibly help with long term planning. In the case of Parkinson’s disease (PD), the Hoehn and Y…
 
Little by little the waters return to their channel, and outside we go, to a new world where we have a long path of learning waiting for us. We have spent so much time at home that when the time to go outside comes, we may feel a little unprotected, but there is nothing to worry about if we have the right tools in our hands. Remember that it is imp…
 
Parkinson’s disease (PD) is much more than a movement disorder. It can have wide ranging effects throughout the body. In terms of the brain, people with PD may experience changes in cognition, mood, emotion, perception, attention, sleep, memory, motivation, and the senses, as well as drug-induced behavioral changes. One of the key professionals on …
 
Perseverance, patience, and creativity. Three words that we should keep in mind on this ‘stay home’ season that will help us get through it with a much more positive point of view. As weeks keep passing by, our 'new normal' lifestyle settles between us, and we start discovering very interesting things. Like new hobbies, skills, and new ways to make…
 
La participación de hispanos en estudios genéticos es necesaria para mejorar el entendimiento de la enfermedad del Parkinson. También aseguraría que los datos de los hispanos estén representados y que esos resultados se tomen en cuenta para iniciativas de salud en caso exista diferencia entre poblaciones. Sin embargo, vemos un porcentaje muy bajo d…
 
How can we tell the difference between affect and emotion? From a very young age, we start to familiarize ourselves with our feelings and emotions, putting a name to the different ways we react to things and situations. Today, Dr. Carmen interviews Dr. Fabrice Nye. A psychologist who works with mood disorders, grief, and self-esteem. Who will expla…
 
Mindfulness is a therapeutic approach to help with stress reduction and its practice can promote good physical and mental health. It is based on deliberately focusing one’s awareness on the present moment with calmness in a non-judgmental way. In those moments, experiences may be external or internal. Examples of external experiences are what the b…
 
Am I taking good care of myself and my loved ones? Over the last few weeks, we've talked about our hopes, gratefulness, and reflections about the current situation. But now it's time to focus on ourselves, how have these weeks of confinement affected your moods? Have you noticed that you get angry more easily? Or maybe you get tired often? In this …
 
While being confined, think about all the good things in your life. You have a house (or a place to stay in), food, your family, a good internet connection, and much more! Be grateful for all of this, but also, be grateful for all the people that make this quarantine bearable. For example, that pizza place that is making deliveries, and all their s…
 
Mindfulness is a mental state in which one focuses his or her awareness on the present moment, whether that focus is on the mind, body, or surroundings. In this therapeutic technique, one works towards calmly accepting feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations in a non-judgmental way with the goal of achieving a state of alertness through a focused…
 
Flora R. Howie, M.D., is a developmental-behavioral pediatrician, with specialty interest in autism. Her clinical focus includes:Expertise in evaluation and management of autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities such as ADHD, cognitive delay, or genetic syndromes.Care for patients from infancy to 18 years of age.Providing care …
 
Para entender el rol que juega la genética en la enfermedad de Parkinson, primero hay que entender de que consiste la genética y como la comunidad hispana puede participar en el avance de la investigación a través de las pruebas genéticas. En este episodio, hablamos con el doctor Ignacio Mata, doctor en neurogenética e investigador principal en el …
 
What lessons has this quarantine brought you? Perhaps now that you are spending more time at home, you are discovering new skills and hobbies that you did not know; Perhaps you are adding new activities to your day to day in which you involve your family, activities that will surely be part of your family routine once all this situation is over. In…
 
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