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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Prabhjot Singh. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Prabhjot Singh, often where they are interviewed.

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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Prabhjot Singh. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Prabhjot Singh, often where they are interviewed.

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RoS: A neighborhood view of health with Prabhjot Singh

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In 2011, Dr. Prabhjot Singh attended the funeral of one of his patients, whom he calls Ray. He describes in his book, Dying and Living in the Neighborhood, a Street-Level View of America’s Healthcare Promise, how Ray, a veteran, struggled mightily with a host of chronic illnesses, unemployment, and isolation in his neighborhood, and how he thinks all of those factors both medical related and non-medically related, contributed to Ray’s early death. We all can call to mind patients for whom factors completely outside of healthcare determined their poor or good health outcomes. In his book, Dr. Singh puts forward a neighborhood vision of healthcare and how we can achieve a healthcare system that can meet our patient’s needs.

Prabhjot Singh is the Director of the Arnold Institute for Global Health and Chair of Health System Design & Global Health at the Mount Sinai Health System, as well as Special Advisor for Strategy and Design at the Peterson Center for Healthcare. If you enjoy the show, please rate, review & subscribe to us wherever you listen, it helps others find the show, and share us on social media and with our friends and colleagues. We’d love to hear feedback and suggestions, so you can tweet at us @RoSpodcast or @HMSPrimaryCare or drop me a line at contactATrospod.org.

May 27 2019 · 32mins
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EP6 Prabhjot Singh - Fighting Stigma Through Empathy

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 Prabhjot Singh (@__prabhjotsingh) is from San Jose, California, and works as a special education teacher for students with severe behavioural and mental disorders. Currently, he is pursuing a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership at San Jose State University.  Prabhjot Singh’s approach to destigmatizing mental health issues is empathy and in this podcast, he talks to us about how we can become more empathetic as human beings and as Sikhs. Other key topics include gratitude, introspection, and the role of parents in a child’s mental stability. 

 *** If you or anyone you know is in a crisis or may be having thoughts of suicide, please contact Crisis Services Canada or call 1-833-456-4566.  If you are in the US, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline or call at 1-800-273-8255.


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Apr 08 2019 · 1hr 13mins

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Prabhjot Singh: A street-level view of community health

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We take (virtually) to the streets of New York with Mount Sinai’s Prabhjot Singh, M.D., who’s learned hands-on that frontline caregivers are the key to building a solid ground game for population health in the U.S.

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Aug 15 2018 · 35mins
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Neighborhood Based Health with Dr. Prabhjot Singh

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In this episode of Relational Rounds, Elizabeth Metraux welcomes Dr. Prabhjot Singh to engage in a thoughtful conversation about how healthcare needs to set solid foundations in communities in order to be effective. Dr. Singh has been traveling around the world experiencing healthcare in different environments and forming doctors to become great community health workers. Listen to this podcast, learn about the amazing life journey of Dr. Singh and be inspired to understand and support your community.

Key takeaways:

[:44] Dr. Prabhjot Singh career briefing.

[1:55] Where does Dr. Singh’s drive for understanding and supporting communities come from?

[3:43] Neighborhood-based health.

[6:44] Dr. Singh’s experience abroad getting to know community health workers.

[9:06] Importance of connectivity.

[10:02] Identify the goal at which you are aiming.

[13:48] What makes a great community health worker?

[18:24] Who can do what, vs. who is functionally capable of doing something?

[20:12] What has Dr. Singh learned about himself in his journey?

[22.33] Growing crisis of burnout among the medical workers.

[25:39] Role of the physicians in today's society.

[28:37] Healthcare as a social movement.

[33:08] How to build community-based movements.

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Dying and Living in the Neighborhood: A Street-Level View of America’s Healthcare Promise, by Dr. Prabhjot Singh 

Mar 20 2018 · 36mins

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TAGP512 Prabhjot Singh : Solves The Biggest Problem App Developers Face

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Prabhjot Singh Co-Founder and President Of Pyze. Prabhjot helps mobile app publishers solve their biggest challenge - engaging and retaining users.

 

Find Prabhjot: Website  / Linkedin / Twitter

Here are the 3 things I learned from Prabhjot

    •    The biggest problem app entrepreneurs face is that people download a lot of apps to their device, but end up using only a handful of apps
    •    The deck is stacked against the Indie App Developer. Over the last few years, we’ve seen the corporatization of the App Store by the big players. It’s very hard now for the indie developer to break in. The big issue is data. The big companies can build these data platforms that track all kinds of information to personalise the app experience for the average person. Indie developers don’t have the same capabilities
    •    Nevertheless, App Stores are still the best way to get distribution of product. You get access to billions of devices with just a couple of places to upload.

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Feb 24 2017 · 25mins
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Mobile Growth Intelligence with Prabhjot Singh

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Mobile Growth Intelligence as Peggy and Shahab welcome Prabhjot Singh, a serial entrepreneur with over 15 years of experience in executive management, marketing, sales, and operations. Prabhjot co-founded Pyze, a mobile business intelligence platform that aims to help all app publishers become successful in developing healthy app businesses.
Oct 12 2016 · 31mins
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Mobile Growth Intelligence with Prabhjot Singh

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Mobile Growth Intelligence as Peggy and Shahab welcome Prabhjot Singh, a serial entrepreneur with over 15 years of experience in executive management, marketing, sales, and operations. Prabhjot co-founded Pyze, a mobile business intelligence platform that aims to help all app publishers become successful in developing healthy app businesses.
Oct 12 2016 · 31mins