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The Emergency Mind Podcast

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Pre Shift Mindfulness 01

A four minute guided meditation to help get you ready for whatever COVID-19 (or anything else) sends your way.

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15: Coming Back to Purpose

---Andrea Austin, MD

Finding purpose, hope, and forward movement during the Corona Pandemic with ER doctor Lieutenant Commander Andrea Austin, MD.from the Naval Trauma Training Center at USC + LA County.

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14: Standby for Chaos

---Navy EOD Expert Ryan Anderson

How disposing an explosive device is like approaching a sick patient and how training the basics will save your lives and the lives of others, with Navy Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) expert Ryan Anderson. 

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13: Stoic Philosophy During Emergencies

---Dan McCollum, MD

Preparing ourselves to be the best during the worst of what comes our way--Stoic philosophy and emergency medicine with ER doctor Dan McCollum, MD

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12: Running Your Own Race

---Emily Rose, MD

Working with the myth of perfection, learning to run your own race, and finding joy as you keep tuning your instrument, with Emily Rose, MD

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11: Signal to Noise and Setting the Tone

---Andrew Eyre, MD MS

Setting the tone in a critical case, optimizing signal to noise ratio for learning, and the joys of simulation with Andrew Eyre, MD MS 

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10: Overtrain then Let Go

---Bret Whitman

Mental training for big waves and deep dives with freediver, spearfisher, big-wave-surfer, and all-around great dude Bret Whitman. 

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09: Mindfulness Can Start Now

---Jodi Strock, LMFT

Digging in about starting a mindfulness practice and the interaction of body, mind, and emotion in and out of crisis with licensed marriage and family therapist and super cool human Jodi Strock.

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08: Don't Panic. Enjoy the Ride. 

---BJJ Prof. Gustavo Gasperin

Digging in with multiple-time Brazilian Jiu Jitsu world champion Professor Gustavo Gasperin about learning and deploying skills under pressure, the importance of mindset, and choosing to relax instead of panic. 

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07: Algorithms and Jazz in the ER

---Dana Sajed, MD

Algorithmic and improvisational thinking in music and in the ER with the emergency doctor, ultrasound expert, and deeply cool human Dana Sajed, MD.

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06: Hope for Nothing, Fear Nothing, Be Free

---MMA Coach Pete Panos

Conversation with MMA Coach Pete Panos from UPRISE MMA in Los Angeles, CA, about finding calm during a fight and balancing the physical and the mental aspects of training.

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05: Unnecessary Opportunities for Failure

---Amy Hildreth, MD

Training for the unexpected and eliminating unnecessary opportunities for failure with Lieutenant Amy Hildreth, MD, from the Naval Medical Center in San Diego, CA

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04: Sangfroid- Bringing Cool to Chaos

---Dan Dworkis, MD PhD

Sangfroid. Literally: "cold blooded," it' the ability to stay calm under pressure. In this episode, I talk about Sangfroid not as an innate talent but as a skill that each of us can develop, and about several ways we can start training sangfroid today

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03: Simulation, Visualization, and Pressure

---Andrea Austin, MD

Deep conversation with Lieutenant Commander Andrea Austin, MD, from the Naval Trauma Training Center at USC + LA County about the importance of simulation, visualization, and pressure as a creative force.

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02:  Compassion and Humility in the ER

---Erik Anderson, MD

Diving into compassion, humility, and rural emergency medicine with ER doctor Erik Anderson, MD.

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01: The Emergency Mind

---Dan Dworkis, MD PhD

An introduction to the four things that ER doctors do during times of crisis to stay cool and perform well under pressure.