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Boston nurse among health workers headed to Super Bowl on Patriots plane
"Path Path won't won't be be playing playing the the Super Super Bowl, Bowl, but but their their plane plane is is down down and and kick kick Tampa Tampa being being put put to to very very good good use use WBC's WBC's match match Shearer reports for the past year colorist Drapeau has been working tirelessly as a nurse at Mass General Hospital, but now she gets a much deserved break. What and are not to be invited with all these healthcare superheroes. Represent them. At the Super Bowl. 76 Frontline doctors and nurses got to fly like champions in the Patriots team plane. They even got to meet nine time pro bowler Matthew Slater. What you people represent is the best of us plain looked a bit different than when Matthew last got to ride in it. There's a new decal on the side that says, Get vaccinated a message. That means a lot to Paula. As Jennifer Lopez saying Good, Good love. I say Google fascinated everybody at Logan Airport Match your WBZ. Boston's news news radio. radio.
Biden announces key appointees to health team
"Joe Biden's announce some key members of his health team as they prepare to inherit the fight against coronavirus in any let Joe Biden announced more nominations to help lead his health policies. Nominees include California Attorney General Javier but Sarah to be the Health and Human Services secretary, Dr Vivek Murthy To once again be the U. S Surgeon General and Dr Rochelle will Lansky to head up the Centers for Disease Control. Dr. Wilensky is the chief of infectious diseases at Mass General Hospital in a professor at Harvard Medical School. In a tweet, Dr Wilensky says, I'm honored to be called to lead the brilliant team. At the C. D. C. Appearing
What Your Brain Needs Right Now
"Hello everyone excited to bring you another incredibly special. Untangle as we know in untangled we love to talk about your experience of the world. Unpack it both. What happens emotional perspective a psychological perspective and and narrow scientific perspective and there is no one better that i could bring on to help you understand the experience that we're all going through right now. And why your emotions in your brain be reacting. The way they are and what you may be able to do about it today. We have dr lisa feldman barrett. She's an extraordinary neuroscientist with multiple awards. She's a distinguished professor at northeastern university with appointments at harvard medical school and mass general hospital. And she's also author of bestselling in very surprising book. How emotions are made. And she's a different way of thinking about your emotional experience than you may have considered before she also has a great book. That just dropped seven and a half lessons about the brain and here is dr lisa feldman barrett to share with us her insight on. What's going on inside your noggin. Welcome lisa hake you so much for having me on your show My joy and my pleasure so when you think about the brain you have kind of different perspective on the brain than most people do. Tell us what is brain. How does it work. How does it drive us. I think most scientists for a long time assumed that the most important thing that human brain does is think because thinking is something that humans are very very proud of and people assume that in brain evolution that there was this striving towards more and more and more complexity with the human brain at the very top so of course the thing that we value ourselves thinking in rationality at least in the west. This would seem to be a really good candidate for what brains the most sophisticated brains which people assumed for longtime hours would do but when you look back into evolutionary time which you can see is that and actually when you look at the structure of the brain. It supports this idea that the brains most important job isn't analogy. It's not feeling or thinking or even seeing your brains. Most important job is regulating your body and all the systems in your body and everything that you can you feel and you see and you hear and you smell and so on are in the service of regulating that body now. That is not the way we experience ourselves in our lives but that really does seem to be. What's going on under the hood. Very different approach so our perceptual experience of the world is in service of helping us regulate our body. Yeah pretty much so even vision for example is not free from the influence of. What's going on inside your body. There are many many experiments showed this that. What's going on inside your body influences sometimes. Literally what you see. And if you look at the connectivity in the visual system and its relationship to other systems in the brain you can see really clearly that vision is not like an objective window on the world by any means we have a sense about how our pre existing perception of the world can continue to shape our perception of the world. This is the whole echo chamber of the news that he thinks that everybody else's and currently i'm not an echo chamber but clearly there an echo chamber because you have a preconceived notion of what's going on and then you read information that with what's going on and that creates your tunnel vision of experience. Can you talk to us a little bit about how that's formed in maintained however echo chamber chamber. Yeah wow well. There's a lot to say about that. I think the thing ariel is there are two ways to answer it. There's a superficial way to answer it. Which is to say brains. Don't just react stuff that's happening in the world we're selecting would signal in. What is noise. Nuts i mean on a moment to moment basis and that certainly is true interesting but i think to me the more interesting the answer it has a little bit of setup and that is that your brain runs a budget for your body. What's the most expensive thing that you can do that you can spend on. It's either moving your body or learning something new especially when things are uncertain and so if your body budget is running a deficit you're not gonna spend as much and so you will be comfortably in a silo because it's more metabolic expedient for you and it will feel more comfortable that's why imparted feels more comfortable. So there's a superficial answer but there's also sort of a deeper answer that relates more to the larger culture that we live then. We have to design a cultural context bankrupt. A body budget would be the one that we live in.
Lisa Feldman On What Your Brain Needs Right Now
"Hello everyone excited to bring you another incredibly special. Untangle as we know in untangled we love to talk about your experience of the world. Unpack it both. What happens emotional perspective a psychological perspective and and narrow scientific perspective and there is no one better that i could bring on to help you understand the experience that we're all going through right now. And why your emotions in your brain be reacting. The way they are and what you may be able to do about it today. We have dr lisa feldman barrett. She's an extraordinary neuroscientist with multiple awards. She's a distinguished professor at northeastern university with appointments at harvard medical school and mass general hospital. And she's also author of bestselling in very surprising book. How emotions are made. And she's a different way of thinking about your emotional experience than you may have considered before she also has a great book. That just dropped seven and a half lessons about the brain and here is dr lisa feldman barrett to share with us her insight on. What's going on inside your noggin. Welcome lisa hake you so much for having me on your show My joy and my pleasure so when you think about the brain you have kind of different perspective on the brain than most people do. Tell us what is brain. How does it work. How does it drive us. I think most scientists for a long time assumed that the most important thing that human brain does is think because thinking is something that humans are very very proud of and people assume that in brain evolution that there was this striving towards more and more and more complexity with the human brain at the very top so of course the thing that we value ourselves thinking in rationality at least in the west. This would seem to be a really good candidate for what brains the most sophisticated brains which people assumed for longtime hours would do but when you look back into evolutionary time which you can see is that and actually when you look at the structure of the brain. It supports this idea that the brains most important job isn't analogy. It's not feeling or thinking or even seeing your brains. Most important job is regulating your body and all the systems in your body and everything that you can you feel and you see and you hear and you smell and so on are in the service of regulating that body now. That is not the way we experience ourselves in our lives but that really does seem to be. What's going on under the hood. Very different approach so our perceptual experience of the world is in service of helping us regulate our body. Yeah pretty much so even vision for example is not free from the influence of. What's going on inside your body. There are many many experiments showed this that. What's going on inside your body influences sometimes. Literally what you see. And if you look at the connectivity in the visual system and its relationship to other systems in the brain you can see really clearly that vision is not like an objective window on the world by any means we have a sense about how our pre existing perception of the world can continue to shape our perception of the world. This is the whole echo chamber of the news that he thinks that everybody else's and currently i'm not an echo chamber but clearly there an echo chamber because you have a preconceived notion of what's going on and then you read information that with what's going on and that creates your tunnel vision of experience. Can you talk to us a little bit about how that's formed in maintained however echo chamber chamber. Yeah wow well. There's a lot to say about that. I think the thing ariel is there are two ways to answer it. There's a superficial way to answer it. Which is to say brains. Don't just react stuff that's happening in the world we're selecting would signal in. What is noise. Nuts i mean on a moment to moment basis and that certainly is true interesting but i think to me the more interesting the answer it has a little bit of setup and that is that your brain runs a budget for your body. What's the most expensive thing that you can do that you can spend on. It's either moving your body or learning something new especially when things are uncertain and so if your body budget is running a deficit you're not gonna spend as much and so you will be comfortably in a silo because it's more metabolic expedient for you and it will feel more comfortable that's why imparted feels more comfortable.
Internet searches for gastrointestinal symptoms predicted coronavirus hot spots, researchers find
"Able to detect the latest Corona virus hot spot by looking at search trends on Google. Researchers at Mass. General Hospital found Internet searches on gastrointestinal symptoms predicted a rise in Kobe 19 cases weeks later, using alphabets of Google trends online tool they found the volume of searches correlated most strongly with cases in New York, New Jersey, California, Massachusetts in Illinois states with high disease burden 3 to 4 weeks later.
"mass general hospital" Discussed on Scientific Sense
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Boston - Children May Be ‘Silent Spreaders’ Of Coronavirus, New Mass General Study Says
"A new Mass General hospital study out this morning is adding to concerns that Children may be silent spreaders of Corona virus. This was published in the Journal of Pediatrics. They looked at 192 Children up to the age of 22, who were either experiencing some symptoms had been in contact with someone who is infected or lived in a high risk covert area. Now of the Children, 49 were infected. 18 met criteria for that worrisome multi symptom inflammatory syndrome. And they all had high amounts of the virus in their noses. The authors concluded that Children may indeed may be a potential source of contagion.
Boston - Father Hit By Car While Biking With Family Dies From Injuries
"In in which a man who was hit by a car while biking with his family dies from his injuries fifty nine year old George Norris was biking on Topsfield road in Ipswich with his wife and son Thursday afternoon when all three were hit by a car Norris and his nineteen year old son were airlifted to mass General Hospital he died Friday his son remains hospitalized Norris's sixty year old wife is at Beverly hospital the driver of the car a forty three year old Ipswich woman remained at the scene no charges have been filed but the accident remains under
"mass general hospital" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Mass General Hospital with a head injury that is considered to be life threatening Coogan's out on milk street names of the suspects have not been released a moment of levity and a disappointing week for Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren social media eating up a video in which the senators dog Bailey takes a bite out of a spicy burrito what a campaign office warned is blaming the moment of weakness on stress eating and says Bailey is mostly a good boy mostly she dropped out of the race yesterday and after signing an eight point three billion dollar corona virus funding bill president trump was asked whether senator Warren was a victim of sexism which prompted her to end her presidential campaign people don't like her maybe person and people don't like if people don't want that to like a person like me that's not me the president adding he thought Warren lack the talent to succeed Warren vowed yesterday to stay active in the twenty twenty campaign social media finds itself in the crosshairs of this presidential campaign yet again Facebook is in the process of yanking ads for the reelection of president trump which directed people to a survey and this all comes after Nancy Pelosi the house speaker ripped into Facebook saying the survey tricked people into filling out what they thought was a census form it was not take down that side it's a lie and it undermines who we are and may be good for their profits but that's what counts for them it's not what counts for us and the census similar surveys have showed up in the U. S. mail leading house Democrats to demand the Republican National Committee put a stop to it Democrats are suing Texas elections officials over a new ban on so called straight line ticket voting here's more Democrats say that the law will disproportionately harm African American and Latino communities in areas where ballots are longer resulting in longer wait times Texas is one of a handful of states that allow straight line ticket voting that is push one button make one mark long super Tuesday voting lines indicated possible problems and Republicans say the law will result in voters casting better informed ballots rather than simply voting by party giving on CBS news it's eleven thirty eight AM let's get right to Wall Street again it is it is exhausting I think watching these losses but we have to keep a perspective let's get a little perspective with Tracy jockey over at Bloomberg business news good morning good morning Laurie well one perspective that we're back at Dow twenty five thousand of course and that is a level we saw for the first time last year so you know what stocks have really come far enough over and very quickly and right now the losses are wiping out most of what was left of the gains this week that includes the Dow's two good days this week which were also it's best ever Dow's down four hundred ninety nine points the nasdaq down two of six the S. and P. down seventy points as a result of all this that gas prices have come down in the past week and you can look for them to fall even more the price of oil is dropping to a three year low after OPEC members and partners could not agree on production cuts demand for their product is falling the coronavirus has already resulted in fewer plane trips.
"mass general hospital" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"At that station and later pronounced dead at mass General Hospital three thirty three traffic and weather together the swirl retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three years route nine closer still in effect the other big delays west of the city band on route nine westbound is jammed up almost a mile through Brookline with this ongoing police activity by Hammond St all westbound traffic being detoured off at Chestnut Hill out of that detour will be in effect through the day keep that in mind Brookline have Tremont street another nearby roads in along with medical area really jammed up to best to avoid the area today if you can elsewhere the mass turnpike westbound usual delays past Newton corner than from around route sixteen out of the state police barracks the southbound expressways running about forty five minutes now top to bottom nor counts hung up furnace brook parkway a past deposit circle then up towards the total to three south delays down has union St ninety three is tied to both ways getting to route twenty four up to the north one twenty eight north bound is stalled out winter street up to Lexington along the way minor crash agree to weigh more stopping the route three a up to ninety three and route one north is locked up before route sixty most of the way up to Lindfield now southbound delays route ninety nine down to a crash by Linn street weaving you down to one lane Mike king with WBZ's traffic on the three as we have winded visor reason warnings up for this afternoon and evening some wind gusts could top fifty miles an hour in some spots especially south shore and the Cape and the islands could see some very gusty and heavy winds as we head into the evening couple showers linger but we'll actually see clearing skies tonight as temperatures tumble.
Marion Resident Injured In Holy Cross Rowing Team Crash Transferred To MGH
"Of the college of Holy Cross rowers is being brought back to Boston today for treatment Hannah Strom was injured in a car crash last week in vero beach Florida her father tells WBZ TV that Hannah is being transferred to mass General Hospital he's a sophomore at holy cross suffering injuries in a crash that killed her classmate grace read of Oxbridge and as from by the way is the daughter of the owner of cool cone in where ham we're donations are currently being collected to help the family pay for her medical bills and travel to Florida where five people are still in the hospital
Six people detained in David Ortiz shooting in Dominican Republic
"And now there are six six people under arrest in the Dominican Republican connection with the ambush style shooting of former Red Sox. Slugger. David Ortiz, Camilla Bernal is following developments for us in Santo Domingo. Police in the Dominican Republic say they have arrested the man they say shot David Ortiz fee. They identified him as a cruise, but say he did not act alone in total. They have arrested six people, including the man driving the shooter on a motorcycle, who was attacked by a crowd, and handed over to police after the shooting. What did not reveal a motive but did confirm that four hundred thousand Dominican pesos? Or about eight thousand US dollars were offered to coordinate the shooting. The authorities also saying they have video of the men driving around the area on Sunday night, showing the moments before the shooting when they get out of a car and begin writing in a motorcycle on Wednesday. Police showing the gun, they say was using the shooting and adding that it was buried at a house in the northern part of the island. The investigation remains ongoing and authorities still say they're looking for another man. They believed to be involved now or dis Earl stone, they'll big puppy, they'll moon, but in the meantime, they say they're praying for her teeth to fully recover. Camilla Bernal reporting Ortiz remains in intensive care at Mass General hospital hospital in Boston, and family says he managed to sit up and even take a few steps. So there is some good
Ortiz in Boston to receive care for gunshot wound
"Well, David Ortiz now under the care of Boston, doctors transported on a medical flight to Logan, and then taken by ambulance last night to Mass General hospital that trip arranged by the Red Sox mob scene as he left the Dominican Republic hospital yesterday. The media trying to get a picture as big Papi hidden by giant curtain was hustled into a waiting, ambulance. He is recovering from a gunshot wound ambush Sunday night at a bar in the Dominican or TS will continue his recovery in Boston at Mass General, and that is where we find WBZ TV's, Mike, lacrosse state police in Boston police gave his ambulance and escort from Logan airport here to the hospital. The team secured an air ambulance flying him back to Boston After determining his condition was still serious, but stable enough to be transported. Ortiz has damage to his liver his gallbladder and part of his intestines were removed. Elliot's El Salvador was sitting Niro tease when the shooting happened he drove him to the hospital in his own car. He spoke exclusively with our own Edwards Rodriguez. Give me your hand. I gave him. My hand I drove with one hand hit a few cars on the way but we caught there. Tease left that hospital amid chaos his father, Leah was by his side Inada, emulates heading to the airport. One person now under arrest in this case police are still looking for the gunman who remains
"mass general hospital" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"mass general hospital" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty two balmy degrees in Boston. We do still. Have some fog hanging around. It should burn off throughout the morning. We'll check the forecast in about three minutes. Federal prosecutors looking into that massive security breach at Marriott owned hotels. New York attorney general's office said it has opened an investigation into the Marriott data breach. The law in this state required Marriott to notify the attorney general's office. Once the company discovered it systems had been hacked. The office said Marriott had not done that. The Illinois attorney general's office is also investigating the cyber attack that may have compromised the personal information of as many as a half billion guests at Starwood hotels, including the Saint Regis Sheridan. And the western New York Senator Chuck Schumer now says officials at Marriott should purchase new passports for those who had their numbers stolen in that breach. In concord, New Hampshire. A former Bank manager has been charged with stealing close to one hundred thousand dollars from a customer there. Brit Landsberger of strategy Ledley stole that money over a five year period starting at twenty thirteen pedestrian mysteriously heard after she was hit by a vehicle in revere. And when the sixty one year old woman. Started to cross revere beach boulevard. She was not in the crosswalk, but rather between two parked cars. Struck by an SUV. She was brought to Mass General hospital for treatment eight twenty two. Now, it's time for today's entertainment report, here's correspondent weights. Billy Kosta Jonas and Priyanka Chopra married over the weekend in India, two separate wedding ceremonies, Arianna ground as new music video shattering records over the weekend almost fifty million views in just twenty four hours. She's also the most streamed female artist on Spotify beating out Selena Gomez with the entertainment report. I'm Billy cost to the Mattie show on kiss one. Oh, eight..
Bloomberg, Elon Musk and KENDALL Buhl discussed on WBZ Morning News
"We do not know who he or she is yet. But SpaceX Iraq and company led by tesla founder Elon Musk has signed on its first tourist to fly around the moon. The person's identity will be revealed Monday. According to a company tweet when asked whether he was going to be the first passenger musk posted an emoji of a Japanese
"mass general hospital" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"In his new book changeability changeable and he's also by the way director of think kids in the department of psychiatry at Mass General hospital. And associate. Clinical professor of psychology In the department of psychiatry at at at Harvard Medical School and welcome it's a pleasure to have you with us today Dr Thank you very much I'm pleased to be here appreciate you having me changeable okay tell us the collaborative problem solving or c. p.. S. is what you call it and how it. Works Well the the way it works really it's not simply a set of techniques. It's a mentality a philosophy if you will and then a process that goes along with. It and frankly it's a major shift, in how people, think about challenging behavior in the first place so we had a doctor on last week who wrote a book, called in my hands he was he's a brilliant, surgical oncologist and he. Said attitude with patients makes. All the difference for the. Outcome. Because he said I can be so brilliant in surgery but if that patient still has depression in fear He will probably ultimately die we're as a patient at has this attitude. Where I'm going to survive this no matter what Breaks all the. Odds is that what you're talking about well I think there are things that are related here but it's a bit different what what I'm talking about here and perhaps this, is where you're referring to attitude and I would I would say his attitude and behavior is shaped by skill not will and that's the big shift in our thinking that most people think your behavior and how you handle things in, the world is really just determined by the attitude you bring to it and how hard you try to, handle things well and there's been about fifty years of research actually in. The neurosciences that's shown that, that's actually not accurate and that what determines our. Behavior, is much more about scale not will and when I say, skill I'm talking about thinking. Skills that contribute to us humans being able to do things like be flexible and handle frustrations And problem solve under very difficult circumstances and we've we've worked with some of the toughest people on the toughest settings in the world and we've shown, that if you can shift your thinking and realized that those folks struggle with skill not will some pretty amazing things can happen and that's really the great news here is that if it's about skill not will skills can be built, skills you can build them and as a result you can change whether you want to call it your, attitude your behavior etc again we've shown this in the most difficult of. Setting so we know it, can holds true anywhere else as well so give. Us, a couple of examples of how this is working in life Sure. Well, we've applied this with kids and adolescents for couple of decades now in again I say the toughest of settings. With the toughest schools in our nation where school discipline is an abysmal failure Two homes that have some of the toughest kids to treatment facilities to persevere traumatized kids to hospitals to correctional facilities prisons and then, up through the the life, span so, working with, adults as, well and what we've also found is that. The same mentality and process when you brace it in practice it in any. Interaction you have whether that's with your partner your spouse your, relative your friends your colleague can have some pretty amazing results and so what we're seeing now is a great. Reason to bring this anywhere there's conflict and people struggling with their behavior in the world and that. Includes. The, workplace where you know people challenging behavior in the office is. A major factor, in dissatisfaction it's the job and in jobs and cost tremendous amount of money and lack of productivity as well So you're saying, that this CPS is not. Just meant for parents and teachers wanting, to better, handle challenging behaviors it also is a very, effective approach for problem solving in the workplace in the workplace or anywhere else, in your personal relationships, you name it anytime somebody is behaving in a way that you're. Not so wild about or there's. Conflict with them and of course this applies even on the world stage and it starts with this philosophy this is about skill not, well which puts you in, a much, more empathic, place by, the way and positions you to be able. To try to work hard to understand where that other person's coming from but. Then we teach a replicable process with really clear guidepost it's, not technique it's not something you can do to someone you gotta do it with someone but there's a clear. Recipe there's a clear process that we teach and again proven results in the most challenging of circumstances We know it'll work in your workplace or With your. Mother-in-law or father-in-law or partner you name it so the skills that you're teaching are different than. The results that they've had in the past so. This is a hope for. For many people this is a whole new World a whole new paradigm. Correct correct and and again. It flows from this basic assumption that you know. We're all doing the best we can. In the world believe it or, not with, the skills we have and what the. World is throwing at, us we're all trying our best nobody. Wants to have things workouts poorly for them nobody wants to behave in challenging ways? And so when we realized, that you know we're all doing the best, we can and if we're struggling it's because of skill not will it it completely shifts our mindset and then and only then can you embrace this process? We call collaborative problem solving which is a pretty simple way of deciding are you only got three options, to handle, any problem you have with somebody, which option do you want to choose based upon what you want to accomplish and if you. Want to solve this problem together with the person and not only reduce the challenging behavior but. Belt that person and yourself build skills there's only. Only one option and that's The collaborative problem solving process we teach When you think about this most. People. Are. So quick to be reactive not. Yeah and that out they call it I think you, guys? In in psychiatry. Coffee, alligator brain. Right the reptile brain yeah reptile brain and and so when you have, that quick You know obviously that choice that you make could change your, whole life and we hear this from ex-cons talking. About if I only had another alternative I never would have done what I. Did right I tell a story in the. Book of I was talking, to somebody who is incarcerated and charged with attempted murder and I was, fairly new to this back, then and I asked this young man what. Proved. To. Be a very dumb question I. Asked him what he was thinking before he shot this, person? Allegedly and this. Guy, looked me. Right in the eyes and said to me That was the, dumbest question anybody's ever, asked him and I sort of pressed, on and asked him what he meant because I'd asked, what you what were. You thinking and. What he said, to me, was do you think if I was thinking I would have. Done this which was just clear right there and unfortunately our response to all, this stuff though is sort of punitive stuff. That? Says well next time remember the consequences that we're gonna give you so that you won't do it again but the, whole problem is the person's thinking in the first. Place which is why you know these punitive responses just frankly on work they. Make us feel better because we we think. We're doing something we're extracting, pound to flash but they don't work they don't work so this book Tell me how you. Want people to. Read the book Well, the book is written in narrative form it's you know I've been doing. This for twenty years and working in all these settings and so I tell stories, from these different settings to. Try to, engage the reader but it's also very practical I mean you read it and the ear going to be able to look up and down a list of skills that all that research has shown is is where the actions at you're gonna be able to think about the people in your life that you're struggling with your meal to reflect yourself. And see what your own skill strengths and struggles are and, then it's going to lay. Out a very practical roadmap and I wanna be clear it's not there's no magic working with, in tough situations, with people who are struggling with skills there's no magic but it is a clear. Process that gives you a roadmap for something to follow, and what people find is that when they, do that they're able to build much more positive relationships they're able to drop a bunch of the resentment that they felt towards people and they're able to help People including themselves make real changes in their, lives to develop and nobody is too old, to do that I love this I love it what's the best website how can people get changeable Dr Sure probably used to go to my website which is steward Al blonde dot com. That's s. t., u. a. r. t. and.
"mass general hospital" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Book changeability changeable and he's also by the way director of think kids in the department of psychiatry at Mass General hospital and associate clinical professor of psychology In the department of psychiatry at at at Harvard Medical School and welcome it's a pleasure to have you with us today Dr Thank you very much I'm pleased to be here appreciate you having me changeable okay tell us the collaborative problem solving or c. p.. S. is what you call it and how it. Works Well the the way it works really it's not simply a set of techniques. It's a mentality a philosophy if you will and then a process that goes along with. It and frankly it's a major shift, in how people, think about challenging behavior in the first place so we had a doctor on last week who wrote a book. Called in my hands he was he's a brilliant, surgical oncologist and he. Said attitude with patients makes. All the difference for the. Outcome. Because he so I can be so brilliant in surgery but if that patient still has depression and fear He will probably ultimately die we're as a patient at has this attitude where I'm going to, survive this no matter what breaks all the odds is that what you're talking about well I think there, are things that are related here but it's a bit different what what. I'm talking about here and, perhaps, this is where you're referring to. Attitude and I would I would say. His attitude and, behavior is shaped by skill, not well and that's the big shift in our. Thinking that, most people think your behavior and how you handle things in the world is really. Just determined by the attitude you bring to it and how hard you try to handle. Things well and there's been about fifty, years of research, actually in the neurosciences that's shown that that's actually not accurate and that what determines our behavior is much more. About Gail not will and when I say skill I'm talking about thinking skills that contribute to humans being able to do things like bef- lexical. And handle frustrations and problem solve? Under, very difficult circumstances and we've we've worked with some, of the toughest people on. The toughest settings in the world and we've shown that if you can shift your thinking and realized that those folks struggle with skill not will some pretty amazing things can, happen and that's really the great news here is that if it's about skill not will skills can be built skills you can build them and as a result who you can change whether you wanna call it your attitude your behavior, etc again we've shown this in the most difficult of setting so we know it can it holds true, anywhere else as well so give us a couple of examples of how. This is working in life Sure well we've applied this with kids and adolescents for couple of decades now and again, I say the toughest of settings with the toughest schools in our nation where school discipline is an. Abysmal failure, to homes that have some of the toughest kids to treatment facilities to first severely. Traumatized kids to hospitals correctional facilities prisons and then up through the the life span so working with adults as well and what we've also found. Is that the same mentality and process when you brace it in practice, it in any interaction you have whether, that's with your partner your spouse your relative your friends your colleague, can have some pretty amazing, results and, so what, we're. Seeing, now is there's great reason to bring this anywhere there's conflict and people struggling. With their behavior in the world and. That includes the workplace where you know people's challenging behavior in the office is A major factor in dissatisfaction. Job in jobs and cost tremendous amount of money and lack of productivity as well So you're saying that this CPS is not just meant for parents and teachers wanting to better handle challenging behaviors it also is, a very effective. Approach for problem solving in the workplace in the workplace or anywhere else, in your personal relationships you. Name it anytime, somebody is, behaving in a way that you're not so wild about or there's conflict. With them and of course you, know this applies even on the world stage and it starts with this philosophy this is about skill not well which puts you in a much more empathic place by the. Way and positions you to be able to try to work. Hard to understand where. That other person's coming from but then we teach a replicable process with really, clear guidepost it's not a. Technique it's not something you can do, to someone, you gotta do it with someone but there's. A clear recipe there's a clear process that we teach and again proven results in the most challenging of circumstances so we know it'll work In your workplace? Or with your mother-in-law father-in-law or partner you name it so the skills that you're teaching are different than the. Results that they've had in the past so this is a hope for for many people this is a whole new world a, whole new paradigm. Correct correct and and again it flows from this basic assumption that you know we're all doing the. Best we can, in the, world believe it or not with the skills we have and what the. World is throwing at us we're, all trying our best nobody wants to have things workouts poorly for them nobody wants to behave in challenging ways and so when we realized that you know we're all doing. The best we can and if we're struggling it's because of. Skill not will it. It completely shifts our mindset and then and only then can you embrace this, process we call collaborative problem. Solving which is a pretty simple way of deciding, are you only got three options to handle. Any problem you have with Somebody which option. Do you want to choose based, upon what, you want to accomplish and if you. Want to solve this, problem together with the person and not. Only reduce the challenging behavior but help that person and yourself build skills there's only? Only one option and that's, the collaborative problem solving process we teach gosh. When you think about this most people are so quick to be reactive Yeah and that out, they call it I think you guys in in psychiatry coffee alligator. Brain right, the. Reptile brain yeah reptile brain, and and so when you have that quick You know obviously. That choice that you make could change your whole life and we hear this from ex-cons talking about if I only, had another alternative I never would have done what. I did I tell a story in the book of I was talking. To somebody who is incarcerated and charged with. Attempted murder and I was, fairly new to this back then and I asked this young man what, proved, to be very dumb question I. Asked him what he was thinking before he shot this, person? Allegedly and this. Guy, looked me. Right in the eyes and said to me That that was the dumbest, question anybody's ever asked him and I pressed on. And asked him what he meant because I'd asked what you what were. You thinking and what he said to me. Was do you think if, I was thinking I would have done this which was just right there And unfortunately, our response to all, this stuff though is sort. Of punitive, stuff that says well next time remember the consequences that we're, going to give you. So that you. Won't do it again but the whole problem is the person's thinking in the first place which is why. You know these punitive responses just frankly on work they make us feel better 'cause we we think we're doing something where extracting a pound of flesh but they don't, work they don't work so this book tell me how you want, people to read the book Well the book is written in narrative form it's you. Know I've been doing this for twenty years and working, in all these settings and. So I tell stories from these different settings to try to clean gauge the reader but it's also, very practical I, mean you read it and you're going to be able to look up and down a. List of skills that all that research has shown is, is where the actions at you're gonna be. Able to think about the people in your life that you're struggling with your to reflect yourself and see what your. Own skill, strengths and struggles are and then it's gonna lay out a very practical roadmap, and, I wanna, be clear it's not now there's no magic working with in tough situations with people who. Are struggling with skills there's no magic but it is a clear, process that gives you a road map for, something to follow and, what people find is that. When they, do that they're able to build much more positive relationships they're, able to drop a, bunch of the. Resentment that they've felt towards people and they're able to help people including Themselves make real changes in their, lives to develop the angels and nobody is, too old to do that I love this I love it what's the best,.
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"Molly's lending me. Her strength. Every day every night Molly Tibbets. Mother Laura Calderwood believes her daughter, is still alive and possibly being held captive it is our. Greatest hope that if someone has her that, they would just release her in claim, that money, that we have raised for her freedom Tibbets father rob beg to. The public to send tips with can be done anonymously through crime stoppers this is a. Fight for daughter we are told very little by the authorities for. Very good reason they don't need to share information with someone who might be implicated in this on Thursday investigators went back to an. Area they previously. Searched near Brooklyn Iowa where the twenty year old vanished more than two weeks ago almost five hundred new lead Leads and, tips have surfaced, a man was pulled, responsive from the water, at revere beach. Yesterday lifeguards administered CPR before he was taken to Mass General hospital his condition is not. Known chief executive Brian Francis stepping away from NASCAR after his drunk driving. Arrest in. Eastern New York, in a statement Brian France apologized to NASCAR fans after he was arrested. Sunday for drunk driving in possession of oxycodone he said he would be taking an indefinite leave of absence from his position to focus on personal affairs his uncle, Jim France takes over as interim chairman and CEO of NASCAR Brian France was driving a. Twenty seventeen Lexus in sag harbor. Sunday evening when police said he read a stop sign while drunk. Officers found oxycodone pills during a subsequent search that's ABC's Aaron Katersky history is being uncovered in Middleborough a group from Bridgewater. State university as excavated thousands of native American artifacts near the town's a little little league fields, WBZ TV's David Wade reports This is a location where native Americans lived and worked for, thousands of years We are exploring their material culture things they made in left behind Dr. Curtis Hoffman professor emeritus at Bridgewater state leads the effort. Which is finding plenty we are somewhere about twenty seven thousand five hundred items total carbon dating shows some of those artifacts go back. Eight, thousand years to win what was called. The new mascot ban lived here okay we know them today as the walks A sampling of the artifacts. Is housed at the Robins, museum in Middleborough we have a, large number of trips stone tools so those, would be points and knives and scrapers and things like that they're also finding a large number of artifacts they believe were used in ceremonies and these include stones used to produce red black, and yellow. Pigment they include highly polished pebbles. Which may have been used inside. Of. Rattles if you're not extremely patient this isn't the work for you but when. They find something that's very exciting very exciting because you. Realize that someone has used that someone has such that it's a link and it's it's fascinating to think that there were people here. That. Long ago WBZ TV's David Wade reporting Solemnly swear a new era begins the Boston police department has a new. Police Commissioner all across cities I African American commissioners which quite a.
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"Brian thompson wbz newsradio ten thirty i'm mike macklin wbz news to members of the massachusetts congressional delegation get a firsthand look at the immigration crisis at the us mexico border congressman michael capital auto and congresswoman katherine clark both part of a delegation visit the us southern border where illegal immigrant parents have been separated from their children and are being held in conditions critics have called deplorable the president defends his strong stance at the border but did agree to stop the policy of separating children from their parents policing lynn seeking suspects in connection with a shooting early saturday that left one person dead two others wounded the shooting captured on a home surveillance camera twenty five year old rahmael daniela dennis dob died at the scene two other men were wounded with serious injuries now at mass general hospital police were already in the area responding to noise complaints when the shots rang out new hampshire democrats make marijuana legalization part of their platform during their state party convention the platform adopted says democrats believe that marijuana should be legalized taxed and regulated i'm mike macklin wbz news i wasn't prepared to be a caregiver to mom but a little over a year ago we realized she couldn't take care of herself without our help and well how could i not be there for her i had no idea how hard it would be and just what i would need to know things i never thought of like how to improve her mood and even for me ways to stay positive luckily i found the caregiving resource center from aarp it had articles about the basics that got me started but also information about the hurdles i was facing in this new role i could even connect with experts and hear from others who had been in my place i know this.
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"Gear when we first met him we gave him a recording kit and we asked him to document what it's like to live with terminal cancer actually gonna fire up the mike now bring you guys right into the room as get ready to take my very first dose of medicine anxieties runnin pretty high right now unfortunately i'm probably expecting my blood pressure to be somewhere between one forty over eighty one fifty over ninety which is really high blood pressure so weird to be first person to try this so someone's got to let's be clear right from the start outside of something like a horrible accident like being eaten by a bear or hit by a car belong cancer will kill justin it's just that no one knows exactly when been recorded by the way watch your mouth so this says this is take these pro backside trigger in lift tab here's see press in back when he recorded this in late september twenty seventeen justin was just starting his fourth clinical trial of new medication this is that means that three times before he's been put on an experimental medication that has not yet been approved by the fda keep your finger in there though and three times before it has helped him yeah president pulled back in hold of trigger in the and three times before it has stopped helping him okay well lifting tavern frontier okay okay good so this seems miniscule this time as he sits on a cloudy day at mass general hospital in boston justin is one of only twelve people in the world to be given this new drug test and he's the first person to start which is why nobody knows how to open the medication guts out stop the drive don't say okay i'm gonna pick my and i know you because you take it anyway don't that figure out what's going on it if you really have reactions and you know the only thing that's introduced this new drug then you need to take the next dose in crawling all right pills are physically in my system.
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"Frankie boyer and this is biz talk radio joining us now is is is dave the caregiver dave the caregivers the caregivers caregiver and dave has been educating us because if you think it's easy being a caregiver think again thirty percent of all caregivers die before the patient does and i know of one of them i know one of those thirty percent my dear friend crosby she was on the way to a caregivers meeting at mass general hospital in the elevator when she had a massive cerebral hemorrhage and died a few days later so what what's happening i mean our culture has put someone that's not quite up to par either in a nursing home in a rehab and let's put them away and give them away but dave that's not really the answer in welcome it is dave nissan a welcome to the program it's such a pleasure to have you with us but you say that henry winkler dwayne johnson hillary clinton and queen latifah all our caregivers yes and there are many many more this all started i mean i was just a normal person like everybody out there i had a gas station still do and one day my wife complained about a headache she had she called it the headache of her life she wanted me to call dr kevorkian to put her out of her misery i mean she was joking of course but she was kinda serious it was that bad three days and then on the fourth day at headache ceased being only a headache the woman i loved it suffered a massive stroke that morning and she became speech impaired and paralyzed on the right side and in that moment our world turned upside down nothing would ever be the same again and if years ago twenty two years ago i can't believe it when i say it just seems like yesterday but the next two years was like a living hell for both of us that's i found out that something existed cold the grief process anytime we suffer loft lost we go through grief denial this isn't happening the bargaining how can i get out of this.
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"The hour i'm tracy jonky bloomberg business on wbz newsradio ten thirty all right tracy thanks police and chelsea are searching for a man who they say slashed a waitress last night over a bill we get more from wbz tv's on a miler terrific around eleven o'clock last night police an man left loss papooses del chino and chelsea without paying the waitress chased him out of the restaurant and that's when police say he pulled out a knife we're suffering from serious slash wounds went to the right side of her neck once we're right wrist the woman was rushed mass general hospital in boston to be treated she was just released this morning very lucky were detectors we're actually going to follow up investigation at our home right now police say they have several detectives on the case hoping to get the suspect in custody as soon as possible but police are asking if you have any the information please give them a call a deadly daylight stabbing out on southampton street police say a man in his fifties was attacked around noontime we're talking boston his name is being withheld so far no arrests court workers who investigate claims of child abuse say they are woefully underpaid and they're trying to do something about that wbz's kim tunnicliffe says governor baker is keeping an open mind on this one they haven't had a raise since ronald reagan was president the globe reports a small group of independently contract juvenile court investigators are now refusing to take on new cases until they get paid more they're pushing for one point five million dollars in the state budget which would raise their pay by ten dollars an hour governor baker tells me he is open to the possibility of puts and takes on the budget but this is something we're certainly happy to talk to the folks in the legislature about as they go through their budget process in the context of a lot of the stuff we've talked to the courts about this is a fairly new item but some were perfectly open to discussing a number of the juvenile court investigators have advanced degrees in social work and law kim tunnicliffe wbz newsradio ten thirty and can we are hearing from former president barack obama he says the iran deal pull out today is a serious mistake obama warns it will erode america's global credibility blood more.
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"A more fine tuned approach and so that continues to frighten us part of the fear that hospitals around the country are facing is that generally a medical personnel work with one particular drug because there there's so much to lauded for example and when they have to switch to another drug like fenton all it takes time to figure out the exact doses and exactly how to use it and as we've heard with the opioid crisis fenton was twenty times more potent than something like the lauded or morphine and so britain at mass general hospital says there is a real concern that medical personnel could misuse drugs when you're asking people to switch to new medicines even though they may work similar or even though they may have the same effect quite frankly it does take time for those seemed kind of almost memory dictionary to be developed and that does present risk aaron these are potentially dangerous drugs in the hospital and he's talking about the potential for for serious medical errors yeah and when i was at that opioid shortage working group at mass general hospital they actually talked about a case where a nurse practitioner in the middle of the night about two in the morning was about to give a patient the same prescription of fenton all as he or she would have for dilaudid and that amount of sentinel would have killed the patient and there were there were gasps in the room there about thirty people in the room and they were really nervous luckily in this case somebody noticed that the prescription was wrong and they were able to catch it in time but everybody in that meeting realizes they dodged a bullet then and it could be really dangerous at some point so aaron what about the supply side here pfizer had to go off line for a few months there are a couple of other companies that make injectable opioids can't they make up the difference well pfizer controls at least sixty percent of the market of injectable opioids around the country in some markets i'm told they control about eighty percent so these other two companies just can't make up the difference they're trying i spoke with a company called westward dan motto is the guy at westward who runs their injectable opioid business and he says they're trying we've been now shifting our production schedule we've been adding shifts for our.
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"Happening and how the famous mass general hospital in boston excuse me is dealing with a carry up to science friday thanks very much aggie devere thanks the are these this saying thethese saline drip iv begs to see hanging from the polls in the hospital yes absolutely yeah if you've ever been hospitalized you've probably had one dripping into you these are absolutely central staples of hospital care in their use both just to give people salty water you know saline if they need hydration furs for some reason but also to deliver a lot of medications ranging from antibiotics to painkillers to chemotherapy so they're used constantly in hospital and the cause of the shortage is what we'll so the causes a little complicated but i'm clearly the industry has been pretty troubled for years manufacturers have faced various problems but the trigger at this point is harder cain maria which was what just over a hundred days ago right and and it was known to knockout quite a few medical manufacturing plants in puerto rico including plants that belong to the pharmaceutical company baxter which makes these bags ivy bags of saline so you've got this market that's already pretty tie and that now this applies are getting really inconsistent so if you're on the front lines of medicine you're using these bags day in and day out that makes you very nervous i know you talk to dr o'neill britain's chief medical officer of mass general in boston and this is what he said but it does point to the relative fragility of the medical and pharmaceutical for played the man system you know we spend a ton of money i guess on their national strategic oil reserves what there's no such thing as in healthcare that maybe we should think about last very interesting that's an interesting idea carriers i mean i was kinda like wait we don't have a strategic reserve of medical supplies hello oh how that is amazing so what then if they don't have a strategic supply what is a famous hospital like mass general what are they doing to make up for this shortage savai'i pooping i would say an end first of all i think it's important to note that national it's very powerful very famous and very prestigious and if even they are having this problem.
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"1030 error boston had all of new england wbz news time five forty nine seventy degrees in boston we are starting out with some areas of fog it's going to be another warm humid day mix of sun and clouds high in the 80s good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now chelsea police search for suspects after a man and a woman n r shot on congress avenue obama's rushed him mass general hospital with critical wounds the woman's injuries are not considered to be a serious i revere man is doing chelsea district court today accused in the weekend murder of his wife authorities say andrew mccormick killed his wife vanessa in their home on grand view avenue the victims as a secondgrade teacher in line and boston mayor marty walsh and city concert tito jackson where the top two votegetters in yesterday's preliminary election him will face off in november in other news a massachusetts chapter of the aclu raises a red flag over there police use of drones wbz's bernice corpus tells us it it comes after some boston officers were recently spotted with a device in jamaica plain key graphic with the aclu says the organization has no problem with police using technology to solve crime however the concern is when it violates people's civil rights he says the boston police department does not have a policy on drones and the state doesn't have a law in the books either report with technology cart before the power of course that you're the real problem through a public records request she found out the department bought three drones and other related equipment worth over seventeen thousand we apartment should not be by technology right if a great boston police say no drone has been used for official business and any decision to do so would only be considered after receiving input from the community but he's corp who's wbz newsradio 1030 brocton ends parks commissioner steps down over a comments he made about new england patriots players who now during the national anthem in foxborough sunday there's also word this morning that steven pena was has resigned from coach gene the brocton junior boxers pop warner football team pena's critical comments are considered racists by brocton officials and residents including mayor bill carpet dare and the head of the local branch of.
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"This one is too you definitely true the the time line is is is long in terrible and in a killing structural for any startup let me just give you an example um in january a harvard medical school published an academy called article a detailing the results of our technology on eight hundred thousand lives from the brick and women's at mass general hospital of eight hundred thousand lives we found 25000 patients with lifethreatening ills that the current solutions did not find was more of seventy five percent accuracy this is huge but it took us four years to publish this article we met them first in two thousand thirteen and only in january two thousand seventeen the article was published and this is really a killing factor for any starter a but the way that that we really try to penetrate to hospitals is is threefold first israeli able to show value meaning we take their historical data and show them the amount of live damage and and cost associated with the ills that they did not find and the numbers are are really intriguing the second is really trying to it to harvest to harness in two a r a product really opinion leaders such as the dr david bates at harvard medical school which endorsed the arctic knowledge e n britain help build a blender cognition in decision makers around the world and third is really trying to partner with the right rights a technology leaders such as becton dickinson in our case or electronic medical records vendors that really helped push our technologies into the market on a large scale.
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"Our news this hour three chelsea police officers released for mass general hospital after being taken there as a precaution after responding to a car crash caused by an apparent drug overdose wbz t chan tale lands has the story a neighbors cell phone captures chelsea police give a drug overdose victim nor can at least several times may revive him and two other men who were writing inside the van before the crash on william street new is a drug prices in gaza in general in bosnia i guess it's pretty real mad at it's happening right from the house neighbors say what's even more disturbing is that three chelsea police officers were rushed to mass general hospital after exposure to the powerful opioid drug fit the officers were treated and released for mass general hospital after those chelsea officers got sick responding to a federal overdose local police departments for figuring out ways to keep their officers safe wbz's karyn regal has more tech morang runs a nal better in touch worry supplying equipment at new england lauren forcement and he's getting requests after the incident and chelsea from police departments were supplies including tie that suits brisk situations involving fit no and carpet no the situation with first responders it's going to keep the dust in what goods and contaminants from a victim awful the for it's a barrier it's a barrier against its made by dupont i in its converted into a garment and in this particular garment has a put away asked acc wrists he and booties so they're not gonna take this home with them and took spray karyn regal wbz news radio 1030 some sad news to share this morning longtime boston tv meteorologist dick albert has died of complications from pneumonia albert was of course affectionaly known as dickey he joined channel five in 1978 was there for thirty one years albert was a new native he won multiple regional emmys and the prestigious silver circle award for lifetime achievement by the national academy of television arts and sciences he was seventy three years old ooh wbz news time eleven o3 the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.