Season 1 · Episode #4

How Personalised Health Can Unleash the Power of Transformative Clinicians

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Overcoming the barriers to transformative change in clinical practice

Transformative cliniciansโ€” clinicians who develop and deliver healthcare in innovative waysโ€” can be found throughout medical history. They have been key to nearly every advancement we've made in helping people live longer, healthier lives, and they will be just as crucial to delivering on the promise of personalised health, too.

But it's not always easy to be a pioneer. There are a number of barriers that can discourage clinicians from prescribing new therapies or diagnostic tools, pursuing novel drug research, or trying a new approach to care.

In this episode, host Tony Estrella and guest experts Dr. Rhoda Au and Dr. Nares Damrongchai explore three of these barriers and offer insights into how health systems can enable more clinicians to embrace the innovation that will come from personalised health. They also discuss success stories from around the world that showcase how transformative clinicians are already changing the face of health.

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Chief Executive Officer of Thailand Center of Excellence for Life Sciences (TCELS)

Dr. Rhoda

Director of Neuropsychology at Framingham Heart Study

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