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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Nicole Fisher. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Nicole Fisher, often where they are interviewed.

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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Nicole Fisher. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Nicole Fisher, often where they are interviewed.

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Working through the Stages of Grief, Pandemics and the Psychology of Protests with Nicole Fisher

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Nicole Fisher, DrPH is the president of Health and Human Rights Strategies and is a regular contributor to Forbes magazine on social justice issues. Her piece in Forbes about “The Psychology of Protests” is an excellent analysis of why people take to the streets.

Nicole earned a Master’s in Public Health from the University of Chicago, then her Doctorate of Public Health from Chapel Hill, and she was also an Economics Fellow at George Mason University. We felt we could go wide and deep on our conversation with her and that’s exactly what happened.

In our discussion, we talked about the need for grace and understanding, a concept called peer permission, the psychology of protests (from a piece that was written prior to George Floyd’s murder and the global outpouring of peaceful dissent throughout the world), and how the heart of the matter with a pandemic is public health.

In the Grooving Session, Kurt and Tim also discussed the Peace Prayer of St. Francis and recommended, in the Bonus Track, to consider sidling up to someone you don’t see eye to eye with and learn about how and why they feel the way they do. You just might learn something!

We hope you enjoy this episode and we encourage you to take a moment to give us a review as ratings go a long way in introducing us to new listeners.

© 2020 Behavioral Grooves

 

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Nicole Fisher, DrPH: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicole_Fisher

Nicole-related links: 

Health & Human Rights Strategies: https://www.hhrstrategies.com

Dr. Nicole Fisher Forbes Column: https://www.forbes.com/sites/nicolefisher/

YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYU0m9Esz1rFzx6pqvP0OIA

Twitter: https://twitter.com/nic_fisher

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nicfisher/?hl=en

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nicole.f.fisher

Groups and things we chatted about (that I remember...): 

NOCOVID: https://nocovid.us

NPR CodeSwitch: https://www.npr.org/2020/06/16/878963732/why-now-white-people

Mythunderstood Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/69yTv2hOdUqmPe6tybNLCy?si=1hFJmcX8SfW5D2oXx1FAww

Second Story Books: https://www.secondstorybooks.com/

Chris Graves: https://www.ogilvyconsulting.com/people/chris-graves/

John Barry, PhD: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_M._Barry

The Prayer of St. Francis: https://www.loyolapress.com/catholic-resources/prayer/traditional-catholic-prayers/saints-prayers/peace-prayer-of-saint-francis/

Sheriff who walked with protesters: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6j1k9459pYk

Aug 23 2020 · 1hr 14mins
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President of Health and Human Rights Strategies Dr. Nicole Fisher as Guest

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NBA Suns Undefeated/Dame/Lakers Shooting Woes/East Conference Set, WNBA Dream/ROY/Standings Update, PGA Collin Morikawa Wins PGA Championship, NCAA Nicole Fisher/Will They Play CFB/COVID 19 Impact/CTE

* Dr. Nicole Fisher, President of https://www.hhrstrategies.com/ as Guest*

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Aug 11 2020 · 1hr 56mins

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Nicole Fisher

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Ep. 37 — A tumultuous childhood filled with displacement and abuse draws a healthcare expert to the psychology of human behavior / Nicole Fisher, President of Health and Human Rights Strategies.
To say that Nicole Fisher's childhood was tumultuous would be an understatement. Fisher's world fell apart when she was two years old when she began to experience a pattern of psychological, and physical abuse by her mother.

When her parents divorced, her dad won custody of Fisher and raised her with the help of loving relatives. But Fisher still endured years of brutal custody battles in which the courts often sided with her mother and ordered Fisher to visit her or even live with her, creating massive stress and uncertainty, fueled in large part by her mother’s unpredictable behavior.

“There were many times, she was so loving, and kind, and affectionate, and there were other times she was the opposite. And I think that actually at its core, is part of that underlying instability,” say Fisher. “It wasn't just, whether my grandma was picking me up from school, or my aunt, or I was going to walk home with cousins, I think it was really, not knowing which sort of personality you were going to get, and that instability . . . really created a need for me, to have predictability in my life, and to understand, why, what were those triggers, what was within my control, what wasn't.”

Her chaotic childhood left Fisher with a deep hunger to understand the human psyche. She has devoted her career to working on issues of health and human rights, homelessness and hunger through her consulting firm, Health and Human Rights Strategies.

Fisher soon realized that the poor and underprivileged in the U.S. confront many of the same issues as those in the developing world. This chasm between the haves and have nots in America has only come into sharper relief with #Coronavirus.

In a strange way, the #Covid-19 pandemic has brought Fisher full circle to her own history of displacement, and resilience.

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Chitra Ragavan:

Nicole Fisher's world fell apart when she was two years old, and she began to experience psychological, and physical abuse by her mother. Fisher's dad worked three jobs, and despite his best efforts, had little idea how to bring up a daughter, but he had the help of her grandparents, and many other relatives. Her chaotic childhood left Fisher with a deep hunger to understand people, and a passion for health and human rights. Hello everyone, I'm Chitra Ragavan, and this is When it Mattered. This episode is brought to you by Goodstory, an advisory firm helping technology startups, find their narrative. My guest today is Nicole Fisher, President of the consulting firm, Health & Human Rights Strategies. Fisher is a global health and policy contributor to Forbes, and the founder and curator of the think tank, A Seat at the Table. Nicole, welcome to the podcast.

Nicole:

Thank you for having me.

Chitra Ragavan:

Well, to say that you had a rough childhood, is a bit of an understatement. Tell us what happened.

Nicole:

Sure. It's not something I talk about very often, but yes, my childhood was, I think tumultuous, is a word. I had a wonderful family, a very big loving family, but my parents got divorced, for good reason, when I was very young, and there was, as you mentioned, some psychological and physical abuse. It went on for years, and so my dad got custody of me at two. We moved to be near his family. I was born in Louisiana, but we moved to Missouri, where his family was. And over the years, there were lots of custody battles, lots of court dates, lots of instances of having to choose which parent to live with. I of course chose my father, but the courts' system really believed, particularly back in those days, that children, girls in particular, should be with their mother. And I respect the mindset, and yet we had a loving... My father is the greatest guy in the world,
Mar 30 2020 · 35mins
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Nicole Fisher: Spartan Race World Championship Qualifer

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Today’s guest is a Spartan race national championship qualifier. For those new to what Spartan racing is; it’s a form of extreme obstacle course racing. They consist of different distances and various obstacles, which Nicole breaks down in our introduction. Spartan racing is always pushing their contestants to challenge their limits and redefine what they think is possible. Nicole and I talk about what it’s like to undergo some of the most challenging obstacles, how she got involved in obstacle racing, and what it’s like to push her body to actual failure a few weeks back at the world championships in Lake Tahoe

Nov 04 2019 · 59mins
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Ep 17. The Health of the American Family with Nicole Fisher

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Nicole Fisher is widely known in many industries for her strategic alliance building and focus on serving the underprivileged as a healthcare advocate. On today’s podcast, Nicole shares her deep insights on the current public policy issues impacting American families and also shares her a bit of her neuroscience expertise on child development. Nicole is President and CEO of HHR Strategies, a Senior Policy Advisor and expert on health economic analysis and health reform. She’s a contributing staff writer for Forbes.com and has appeared in prestigious publications such as The Wall Street Journal and Washington Post to name a few. Nicole is a prolific speaker, in demand panelist and highly sought after emcee

The post Ep 17. The Health of the American Family with Nicole Fisher appeared first on Daddy Saturday.

Sep 27 2019 · 28mins
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#7 - Nicole Fisher

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Our guest is Health and Human rights activist, Nicole Fisher. Nicole is also a Forbes writer and contributor, founder and president of HHR Strategies.

Learn more about Nicole: https://www.hhrstrategies.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/nic_fisher?lang=en

Aug 07 2019 · 1hr 37mins
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EP7: Nicole Fisher and Kara Williams, Brain Treatment Foundation

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Join host Roy Kessel as he learns about the great work that the Brain Treatment Foundation is doing to help veterans recover from traumatic brain injuries.
Mar 28 2019 · 39mins
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Ep 2-Interview and Testimony with Nicole Fisher - Gracepointe Church's 167 Podcast:

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Episode 2: Nicole Fischer has experienced some significant set backs in her life including a devastating divorce and the tragic loss of her second husband. Her story about how far God has brought her will encourage you in whatever you are facing!

Mar 07 2019 · 31mins
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Informing Health Policy Creation: Mandi Bishop Interviews Nicole Fisher

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Mandi Bishop, MA, CEO of Aloha Health, and Nicole Fisher, founder and CEO of HHR Strategies, discuss how the Affordable Care Act is woven into the fabric of American healthcare, provided some speculation on the new administration in the White House, and dove into Fisher's work on concussion legislation for youth sports and her involvement in the NFL concussion Congressional hearings.
Jan 24 2017 · 44mins