S2-E40.1 - Discussing Comprehensive Care Models for NAFLD - Jeff Lazarus Presents Research
Surfing the NASH Tsunami
Lead author Jeffrey Lazarus and co-author Jörn Schattenberg join the Surfers to discuss how they developed the care models for their recent paper, "Defining Comprehensive Models of Care for NAFLD."The authors researched care models around the world to find the ones that work best, and then developed eight foundational recommendations for co-ordinated NAFLD care centers. In this conversation, lead author Jeff Lazarus discusses the influences on his career that converged in his decision to help shape comprehensive care models for the coming NASH pandemic. Next, co-author Jörn Schattenberg described the challenges the solo hepatologist faces when treating NASH patients today, and how this kind of comprehensive systems approach will help him offer better care.
Review Buku #12 Listen Like a Dog By : Jeff Lazarus
Membahas tentang buku yang ditulis oleh Jeff Lazarus, seorang praktisi kesehatan, pecinta hewan dan pembicara di bidang komunikasi interpersonal yang menceritakan tentang karakteristik yang kita sayangi dari hewan peliharaan kita yang dalam konteks ini seekor anjing yang ternyata dapat kita pelajari dan terapkan pada diri sendiri untuk meningkatkan kualitas hubungan kita dengan orang lain disekitar kita--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tentangbuku/support
TOP 044: Dogtology - Do We Worship Our Pets ft. Jeff Lazarus
Theory of Pets Podcast
What is Dogtology? Well, you’ll have to read the book to find out all the details, but author Jeff Lazarus is here to chat with me about this term that he coined. Have you noticed that dogs and cats seem to be everywhere you look nowadays? They are used in commercials and advertisements, and the pet industry has EXPLODED in the last decade. Do we worship our dogs and cats? You may not think you do, but once you listen to what Jeff has to say you may quickly realize just how much our lives are centered around our furry companions. Jeff’s hilarious books Dogtology and Catakism are delightful reads that every pet owner can relate to. And, the books aren’t all about humor. There are also some great tips for communicating with your pets and understanding what they are trying to tell you. In this week’s podcast episode, Jeff explains how he came up with the idea behind these books. He also explains how to go about getting your book idea off the ground, if that’s something that you’ve been thinking about.
How effective are your listening skills? And how much stronger would your relationship be if you could “listen like a dog?” Dogs instinctively know not to interrupt us, finish our sentences, and offer unsolicited advice or text us instead of talking to us. And if we’re smart, asserts best-selling author Jeff Lazarus, we’ll strive to be more like them.Citing a Cornell study’s finding that we have one-third fewer good friends now than we did before social media came along, Jeff will share the mistakes we make when we think we are communicating. A health science consultant with an MBA from Pepperdine University, Jeff taught public speaking at the university level and conducted numerous workshops on listening, presentation skills, and customer engagement.His new book “Listen Like a Dog” was inspired by his late dog Roamy and is the follow-up to his #1 bestseller, “Dogtology.” The book’s website is www.listenlikeadog.com.