Christie VanHorne sits down with us to deliver some solid perspective on patient/doctor communication. We learned so much when it comes to being prepared for tough conversations, asking questions, and creating transparency all in the name of improving quality care. Enjoy and let us know what you think in the comments! You can find Christie at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christievanhorne/ https://www.cvhconsultingllc.com/ https://www.howtotalktoyourdoctor.com/ https://www.instagram.com/christie_publichealth/ https://www.instagram.com/howtotalktoyourdoctor/
We have to know our history to change it. A conversation with Christie VanHorne
Christine VanHorne is a public health consultant, speaker, trainer, facilitator, patient advocate and a fearless advocate for race equity and health disparities. I met Christie in Heather Sager's Speak Up to Level Up Class. Her journey from undergrad student majoring in Genocide studies, to the Peace Corps, to Public Health, will motivate you. We have a great conversation about how white people must speak up against racism, working in communities, speaking to your doctor and so much more. It is the stories people have to share that motivate Christie. Enjoy! Learn about Christie:Christine is the President of CVH Consulting and founder of How to Talk to Your Doctor, a project that aims to address health literacy with patients and health professionals. As a consultant, Christie develops health curriculum, leads train-the-trainers for nonprofit and healthcare professionals, and facilitates community coalitions and working groups to improve health outcomes. With 20 years of experience in the health sector, two masters (Education / Public Health), service in the Peace Corps, and appearances on numerous health-focused podcasts, Christie is passionate about bringing her expertise where it is most needed. Christie has consulted for organizations such as the Hemophilia Federation of America, Institute for Healthcare Improvement, National Environmental Health Association, Malcolm X College, Multiple Sclerosis Association of America, and Planned Parenthood. She lives in the beautiful Hudson Valley, NY with her husband and two dogs. Get in touch with Christie:Instagram: @Howtotalktyourdoctor@christie_publichealth LinkedInFlow Podcast Be sure and join her History of Health Disparities and Current Impacts class next time it opens. Here is the resource Christie talked about: https://www.kff.org/coronavirus-covid-19/issue-brief/implications-of-covid-19-for-social-determinants-of-health/Get in touch with Ann:communityevaluationsolutions.comCoalition or nonprofit leader stuck on how to get started making a difference in your community? Download my free guide! LinkedInwww.facebook.com/CommunityEvaluationSolutions
Patients and doctors must collaborate for a successful office visit and ongoing relationship. Public health expert, Christie VanHorne, shares important tips for both patients and doctors on how to successfully navigate the conversation that neither were trained on how to do.In this episode, Christie covers: The history behind why women tend to be dismissed How to find a doctor to meet your needs How to prepare for and optimize your doctor appointments Lessons for both patients and doctors What you can do if you have a bad appointment NOTE: I made a reference to 2 types of HPV. To clarify, there are multiple HPV types but 2 that indicate a high risk of cervical cancer.If you liked this episode and you're feeling generous, don't forget to leave a review on iTunes!Referenced in the podcast: Courses for patients, parents, and professionals Find a Doctor Prepare for Doctor Appointment Related episodes: Sex Matters in Healthcare: What Women Need to Know and Do About It It’s NOT Your Genetics, It’s Your Lifestyle: Unpacking the Science of Epigenetics Pain with Sex? What You Can Do About It Books: How Healing Works by Wayne Jonas Period Repair Manual by Lara Briden Body Belief by Aimee Raupp And be sure to: Follow Fempower Health on Instagram for updates and tips. Follow the podcast and tell your friends! Shop the Fempower Health store, which has many products discussed on the podcast. Sponsors: ReceptivaDx the sponsor of all of Season 2. Provide code FEMPOWER-HEALTH for $75 off.More About Christie VanHorneChristie is the President of CVH Consulting and founder of How to Talk to Your Doctor, a project that aims to address health literacy with patients and health professionals. As a consultant, Christie develops health curriculum, leads train-the-trainers for nonprofit and healthcare professionals, and facilitates community coalitions and working groups to improve health outcomes. With 20 years of experience in the health sector, two masters (Education / Public Health), service in the Peace Corps, and appearances on numerous health-focused podcasts, Christie is passionate about bringing her expertise where it is most needed. Christie has consulted for organizations such as the Hemophilia Federation of America, Temple University, National Environmental Health Association, Malcolm X College, Multiple Sclerosis Association, United Way, and Planned Parenthood. She lives in the beautiful Hudson Valley, NY with her husband and two dogs. **The information shared by Fempower Health is not medical advice but for information purposes to enable you to have more effective conversations with your doctor. Always talk to your doctor before making health-related decisions. Contains affiliate links
Christie VanHorne joins me to discuss health literacy and how to improve communications between patients and providers. Full show notes here: https://michellemarketingstrategies.com/christie-vanhorne-on-how-to-talk-to-your-doctor/ Need help growing a business or organization in the healthcare sector? Maybe you're looking for an engaging and enthusiastic speaker? Either way, please reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet me @MMSJennifer or find me on Instagram @LeadingwithHealth. Please also stop by my site and download your free copy of Marketing Mojo.
028: Master Public Health Educator and Consultant with Christie VanHorne, M.Ed, MPH
The Public Health Millennial Career Stories Podcast
In this episode Christie VanHorne, M.Ed, MPH talks about her journey in public health. Christie has over 15 years of experience conceptualizing and designing results in public health education. She completed her bachelors in History and Masters of Education. She then went on to work at the in South Africa for two years with the Peace Corps. She then came back to the USA and worked before going to Australia to get her Master of Public Health from Monash University.Christie worked in various roles before launching her consulting business, CVH Consulting LLC. She later launched How To Talk To Your Doctor as her passion project.Omari on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/omari-richins-mphShownotes: thePHmillennial.com/episode28Support The Public Health Millennial: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thephmillenialUse Code “thePHmillennial” for discount: https://thepublichealthstore.comWebsite: https://thephmillennial.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thephmillenial (@thePHmillennial)Email List: https://thephmillennial.com/signup/Support the show (http://paypal.me/thePHmillennial)
Ep. 51: Learning to be your own advocate with Christie VanHorne
A constant theme on Empowered Health is the importance of advocating for your own health, but what does that exactly mean? Christie VanHorne, a public health consultant, joins us to explain how she helps others understand good patient-provider communication. VanHorne teaches how to best prep for office visits, communicate efficiently during appointments, and understand bias in health care in her various workshops.
How to take your power back in the doctor’s office featuring Christie VanHorne
The Flow Down
Dismissed, misdiagnosed, ignored—in the current healthcare system, women and marginalized people often suffer most. Today we say: no more. We collaborated with badass woman, patient educator and CEO of CVH Consulting Christie VanHorne to bring you tips for owning your power in the doctor’s office. From how to find the right provider to how to activate your voice once in their office, we hope you come away with the practical tools you need to get the care you deserve. | Sign up for our newsletter at flowdownpod.com
Ep. 28: Gender Bias in Healthcare w/ - Christie VanHorne - June 24, 2019
Ask The Expert - A BloodStream Media Podcast
Did you know that women are twice as likely as men to be diagnosed with a mental health condition when presenting cardiovascular symptoms? Or that, on average, it takes women ten years to be diagnosed with endometriosis? On the latest episode of Ask the Expert, we dive into this topic and the long history of women feeling dismissed or ignored when it comes to their health. We are joined by Christie VanHorne, a consultant with CVH Consulting, who has developed training modules to demystify gender bias in healthcare. Christie walks us through the tools of how to identify gender bias, what is best when we relate to doctors and clinical staff when trying to have our voices heard, and most importantly, she reminds us that this is a cultural systemic issue. A great listen for the bleeding disorder community! Welcome to Episode 28 - or our Gender Bias in Healthcare Episode - of the Ask The Expert Podcast! Disclaimer: The content contained within Ask The Expert is for informational purposes only. Please consult your healthcare provider before making any decisions about treatment or changes in physical activities. Follow and contact Christie on her website and social channels to learn more and get a gender bias training in your area! web: cvhconsultingllc.com email: email@example.com Insta: cvhconsulting LinkedIn: Christie VanHorne, M.Ed, MPH FB: CVH Consulting, LLC “Women are twice as likely as men to be diagnosed with a mental health condition when presenting cardiovascular symptoms” -Christie VanHorne “Our genetics determine how we manifest disease and yet medicine is not research to differentiate.” - Christie VanHorne “It is so hard to defeat the stereotype “it’s all in their heads” -Christie VanHorne “Let’s shift our mindset towards seeing our doctors as partners in our care. They need us. We know when something is wrong.” -Christie VanHorne Connect with BloodStream: BloodStream Facebook Page BloodStream Twitter Account Email firstname.lastname@example.org Find all of our bleeding disorders podcasts on BloodStreamMedia.com BloodStream Host Patrick James Lynch on Twitter and Instagram.
PHEC 094: Interview with Christie VanHorne, CVH Consulting
Public Health Epidemiology Conversations
In this episode, you will meet the CEO of CVH Consulting, Christie VanHorn. If her name sounds familiar to you, then you may remember her from the very first Public Health Consulting and Entrepreneurship Expo that I held, where she was one of my cohosts. She joins me on this episode to talk about her public health journey, from employee to consultant. She talks about who she serves in her business, her ideal client, the types of services she provides, and what she loves about her role as a consultant. She also has a few tips for job seekers, that are very similar to what you often hear from me. I’m confident that you will enjoy this episode. So sit back, relax, and enjoy my interview with Christie.