Evolution of Medicine Podcast
This week on the Evolution of Medicine podcast, we're thrilled to welcome back Marc Winn. Marc is a resident of the nation-state of Guernsey and the co-founder of the Dandelion Project whose mission is to make Guernsey the best place to live by 2020.
 
On this podcast we will be announcing our most expansive and exciting adventure to date, called Journey to 100. It will be held on June 30th and available for live streaming through the Functional Forum. You might remember Evolution of Medicine co-founder James Maskell presented his TEDx talk in 2015 from Guernsey called Community, Not Medicine, Creates Health. He's heading back to Guernsey to host the event, along with Dr. Rangan Chatterjee, the BBC’s "Doctor in the House". Journey to 100 will host 20 leading global healthcare, lifestyle and longevity experts, who will share their perspectives and help us all understand how we can live healthier, happier lives, from zero to 100 years old and beyond. Expect over 20 international speakers from all over the world including some past Functional Forum presenters like Dr. Janet Settle, Dr. Michael Ash, Tom Blue and Dr. Sachin Patel. Beyond progressive medicine models, there will also be talks on fascinating topics indirectly related to healthcare like sustainable farming, universal basic income and community support structures.
 
We believe this project has the potential to show the world how factors such as community, purpose in life,  preventative healthcare and a proactive approach to well-being could make Guernsey the first country to have an average life expectancy of 100, and to kickstart a new era in health and longevity.
 
For more information about the Guernsey 100 project, visit journey100.org.

 


This week on the Evolution of Medicine podcast, we are thrilled to welcome start of the BBC one prime-time series and International Functional Forum host, Dr. Rangan Chatterjee. Dr. Chatterjee is a Functional Medicine doctor who is passionate about lifestyle transformation. Over 4 million people watched season one of Doctor in the House as he reversed type two diabetes and a number of other chronic conditions.
 
During this week's podcast, we caught up with Dr. Chatterjee about the second season of 
​#doctorinthehouse​
. He shares some of the tough cases he encountered. Once case in particular, he manages to help a patient with chronic cluster headaches. We also talked about what else to expect on the show and what you'll learn.
 
On this podcast you will hear:
  • what to expect from later on in season 2
  • what Dr. Chatterjee learned from treating the woman with cluster headaches
  • how this is leading to change in medicine in the UK
Make sure to listen to the end, because we'll be announcing a special collaboration between the Functional Forum and the International Functional Forum for our summer episodes.
 
Here's some feedback from some fans of Doctor in the House!

 

Direct download: Doctor20in20the20House20Season202.mp3
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This week on the Evolution of Medicine podcast, we feature Steven Feyrer-Melk, PhD, co-founder of a preventative cardiology practice, The Optimal Heart Center and Chief Science Officer of Nudge Coach, a lifestyle medicine technology company. Nudge has sponsored the Functional Forum and the Evolution of Medicine podcast in the past year and has worked with us to bring our community of practitioners a valuable addition to their practices that allows every patient to feel supported at all times.
 
Why is the time in between visits so important?
How does this differ from Dean Ornish style cardiology clinic?
How does technology work to play a role in facilitating, organizing, and streamlining processes to create behavior change?
 
We tackle these questions and more during this powerful 30 minutes. Let us know what you think!
 
On this podcast you will hear:
  • which technologies are most valuable to a functional medicine practic
  • what does the data say about the success in digital technology
  • how are practitioners using coaching and technology to help support behavior change and achieve better results
To learn more about Nudge Coach, visit goevomed.com/nudge.

This week on the Evolution of Medicine podcast, we're thrilled to welcome Danny Iny, the founder of Mirasee. Danny is a serial entrepreneur and has been involved in the online education space for more than a decade. We've been working very closely with Danny at the Evolution of Medicine to help us build out our online courses like the Practice Accelerator, the New Patient GPS, and the Membership Practice Builder

In this episode, we followed on from last week's Functional Forum and talked about the role of education in the future of medicine, and particularly the role of delivery of content. Danny introduces us to a great resource for practitioners who are interested in creating dynamic content. The book is available for download May 4th through May 8th at goevomed.com/teach. If you're listening to this podcast between May 4th and May 8th, go get it right now. We had a great half-an-hour discussion. Send us your thoughts and feedback!

On this podcast you will hear:

  • the potential of content in medicine
  • the difference between information and education
  • scaled and effective ways to deliver information 

Download a free copy of Danny's book from May 4th through May 8th at goevomed.com/teach.

Direct download: Next20Era20of20Patient20Education.mp3
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