Ep #13: Politics, Policy, PEPs and Participants with David Levine from Groom Law Group
The Fiduciary U™ Podcast
David Levine is a Principal at Groom Law Group and a well-known voice in the industry on fiduciary and retirement issues. Co-chair of the firm’s employer focus practice, David advises plan sponsors, advisors, and other service providers on a wide range of employee benefits matters. Today he joins the show to discuss how the election results and control of Congress by the Democrats may impact the retirement industry and some of the key elements of the Secure Act 2.0 that was introduced in October with strong bipartisan support. Listen in to hear what’s happening in the space of MEPs and PEPs. David will also shed light on the litigation environment that has been coming to the forefront lately and the future showdown brewing between advisors and recordkeepers for the future of financial wellness.
Episode 59: Daddy's Deploying (w/ military combat medic David Levine)
Dad Hard With A Podcast
WE ARE BACK!!!This week we go FULL GUEST EPISODE with the most incredible and emotional episode to date as we welcome one of my oldest & best friends and US Army Combat Medic, David Levine. We talk about his life in the military while being a dad, connecting with his adopted daughter over being adopted himself and fatherhood making him realize that he too deserves love and happiness!This one is truly INCREDIBLE! As always, to connect on the #FatherhoodBrotherhood shoot us an email at DadHardPod@gmail.com. Follow the IG @DadHardPod. Check out the website WeDadHard.com.Until next week..... DAD HARD!
Mom & Mind for Pregnancy and Postpartum Mental Health
Today’s topic is important, but it is hugely stigmatized in our culture. You may not have even heard about paternal postpartum depression, but my guest today shares what he experienced with the births of his two children. Dr. David Levine is a pediatrician in New Jersey. He was blindsided by postpartum depression because, like most of us, he thought it only happens to women. He shares the struggle of having to talk to his wife about it and how he found help. Even more surprising is that he experienced postpartum while working as a pediatrician. He completed his undergraduate degree at Rutgers College Medical School at NYU and his residency in pediatrics at Yale. Dr. Levine is not on the board of Postpartum Support International (PSI), where he works in professional outreach as a staunch advocate for fathers’ mental health. He’s written a book about his experience, which will hopefully be published soon to get the message out to fathers that they are not alone. Show Highlights: Why so little is known about postpartum mental health, especially concerning fathers David’s experience when his first child was born seven years ago How David felt his aggravation and agitation increase as his infant son cried and could not be calmed How David looked for support groups and resources for dads--and couldn’t find anything How he kept getting worse and started envisioning committing violence against his child: “It was like watching a horror movie in my mind.” How David finally told his wife about his depression and intrusive thoughts How David tried medication briefly and then hit rock-bottom around week 7 of his son’s life How David began his long road to recovery with therapy, a baby nurse, and more sleep How he gained confidence as a father and began to bond with his son when he was 3-4 months old How David began working with PSI and then had his second child three years ago How his experiences were very similar, yet very different with his daughter Why David feels that the traditional traps of masculinity kept him from seeking help earlier How men experience anxiety and depression much differently than women do Why postpartum depression in dads might manifest with anger, withdrawal from the family, and even physical violence The pushback from people who don’t believe that postpartum depression exists for fathers Why there should be more research, understanding, and resources for all aspects of male mental health The hard statistics about male and female depression How we can catch paternal postpartum depression better by teaching pediatricians to screen mothers AND fathers, and teaching obstetricians to inform mothers to check on dads David’s manuscript for his book and his determination to get it published Hopeful messages from David: “Paternal postpartum depression is fixable. We can prevent some of this from happening. With that, we can improve the lives of children and their parents and make stronger families.”
The Bourbon Daily Bonus Show – Rate My Bourbon Collection: David Levine
The Bourbon Daily
Steve, Miss Beka Sue, Della & Turner rate David Levine’s bourbon collection. TBD music is by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com). Important Links: ABV Network Shop: https://shop.abvnetwork.com/ Our Club: https://www.abvnetwork.com/club Challenge Coin Challenges: https://www.abvnetwork.com/coin Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theabvnetwork Check us out at: abvnetwork.com. Join the revolution by adding #ABVNetworkCrew to your profile on social media.
Vaccination : il faut un mécanisme plus efficace qu'avec le H1N1, affirme David Levine
Entrevue avec David Levine, ex-PDG de l’Agence de la santé et des services sociaux de Montréal à l’époque de la H1N1 : comment la campagne de vaccination se déroulera au Québec? On en discute avec celui qui était responsable de la vaccination à Montréal pour la H1N1, David LevinePour de l’information concernant l’utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr
A Discussion on Concussions with Dr. David Levine and Dr. Will Denq, sponsored by BrainScope
Dr. Meltzer discusses concussion assessment with Dr. David Levine and Dr. Will Denq. Dr. Levine is a practicing Emergency Medicine Physician and Regional Medical Director who also works directly with many companies across the county, focusing on utilizing technology to aid and improve the daily operations of clinical teams.Dr. Denq is clinical assistant professor of emergency medicine at University of Arizona . Dr. Denq (pronounced Den) specializes in sports medicine. He also is an active blogger and has created an entire video series on EM ortho splinting on ALiEM. He is active in event medicine, including for the U.S. Ski and Snowboard teams.Sponsored by BrainScope: a medical neurotechnology company that is improving brain health by providing objective, diagnostic insights that enable better patient care. The company’s BrainScope® device is the only FDA-cleared, portable, EEG-based platform that empowers physicians to quickly make accurate mild traumatic brain injury assessments. https://www.brainscope.com/
Mars. Steampunk. And more. Author David D. Levine opens a hyperline to the Bunker to talk about the ARABELLA OF MARS books, short fiction, Hugo Awards, and more! https://daviddlevine.com/ Interview at Worldcon 74: https://youtu.be/OQsRU2234Y4 Join us for an all new expedition into genre culture, where we elevate the conversation by going deep. Tip Jar: https://www.paypal.me/scifi4me SubscribeStar: http://www.subscribestar.com/scifi4me Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gboU11 Subscribe and share! http://www.facebook.com/scifi4me http://www.instagram.com/scifi4me http://www.twitter.com/scifi4me http://www.pinterest.com/scifi4me http://www.gab.com/scifi4me http://www.minds.com/scifi4me http://www.mewe.com/i/scifi4me #SciFi4MeTV #LiveFromTheBunker #horror