We often think of recovery as something patients (hopefully) do. But where does the recovery process fit in our lives?

In the latest episode of the podcast, we hear from Nick Propper, CEO of Impact Human Performance, as he talks about his unique approach to recovery and how it can be applied to our everyday lives.

Click this link to listen to our hosts, Martin Kearton and Angelica Kopiczko, chat with Nick.

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2021 was another year full of challenges and opportunities. In today’s episode of the Healthy Perspectives Podcast, we talk about some of the ups and downs we felt in 2021, personally and professionally.

Hear from folks at P&P about what they took from the past year and what they are looking forward to in 2022. From pushing the boundaries of healthcare marketing to helping improve patients’ relationships with their healthcare teams, we’re excited about what this year has to offer.

Click this link to listen!

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Did you know that it’s still possible to connect with patients even when they don’t know their ABCs? Communicating with children about an illness or disease can be difficult, especially when it’s hard for them to even understand why things are happening in the first place. But it is possible with a little bit of creativity.

In the latest episode of Healthy Perspectives, our hosts Martin Kearton and Angelica Kopiczko chat with child life specialist, Jessica Parise. Jessica takes us through the different ways to overcome communication barriers in pediatrics as well as communicating with parents of young patients. Give it a listen here!

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Growing up in Canada, Gena Pemberton was surrounded by all groups of people. But that didn’t mean she was always seen or heard by her peers. As VP Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Omnicom Health Group, she takes those past experiences to guide her work. She views DE&I as planning a party. Diversity is about who gets invited to the party. Inclusion is being at the party, and belonging is being asked to dance. Equity is being able to create the playlist — can I choose the songs?

Check out the latest episode of Healthy Perspectives and hear Gena talk about how the conversation about DE&I in the workplace has changed and why it’s important to create a supportive work environment.

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The idea of accessibility has changed since the introduction of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) in 1990. The original focus of the ADA was to ensure businesses and workplaces were physically accessible to all people. But as times have changed and people rely on the internet more, it’s important to keep those same principles in the digital space. In the latest episode of Healthy Perspectives, our host, Kate Rubin, is joined by Patients & Purpose’s UX lead, Lauren Walliman, to chat about her work in making digital products and content accessible to users of all abilities.

Listen here!

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