Our first guest is John Jordan, Head of The Academy at Bank of America, he will discuss, today’s work environment and what to look for in 2022. Today the way we work has forever changed as people and businesses around the world are finding their way. Many are continuing to navigate new job descriptions, adapt to shifting demands, and re-acclimate to the office all while rethinking their personal and professional priorities and weighing “what’s next” for their long-term career development. At the same time, business needs to continue to evolve, and employers face the crucial task of equipping employees with the skills they need to adapt and be successful in their jobs now and in the future. John will also share additional detail on how workforce learning is being redefined to drive retention and engagement, enhance productivity, create opportunities for upward mobility and prepare people for the jobs of the future. For more information go to The Academy at Bank of America
Are you traveling or avoiding certain holiday meals that irritate your bladder? If you are living with an overactive bladder what can you do this holiday season and not cancel your plans? Diane K. Newman, DNP, ANP-BC, FAAN, BCB-PMD Nurse Practitioner specializing in Urology and spokesperson for Urovant is here with tips to help manage this common condition. She is an Adjunct Professor of Urology in Surgery, and Research Investigator Senior, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania. She is Co-Director of the Penn Center for Continence and Pelvic Health, Division of Urology, University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, in Philadelphia. Diane Newman has 30+ years of experience practicing as a urology nurse in long-term care, home care, and ambulatory care setting. Since 2000, she has practiced in the Division of Urology at PENN Medicine. Her current practice involves the evaluation, treatment, and management of urinary incontinence and related pelvic disorders including the use of biofeedback for pelvic floor disorders and catheters and other devices in the management of bladder dysfunction. For more information go to Diane Newman, Penn Medicine profile
The Covid-19 Pandemic exposed the glaring difference in the Health Status of different people in this country, based on factors like their race economic status, education, sexuality, and gender. But what would happen if we could eliminate these disparities over the next 20 years. A new report explores the positive impact this could have on society and how we can get there. He will talk about the current state of Health Equity in the United States, the new report findings, and what steps we can take to move forward, is Dr. Keith Rawlings, M.D. Senior Medical Director of ViiV Healthcare. As Senior Medical Director, Keith provides scientific and medical expertise for ViiV initiatives including sponsored clinical trials; investigator-initiated studies; and medical education programs. For more information go to ViiV Healthcare.com
Our last guest is Dr. Judson Brandeis an award-winning urologist and sexual medicine expert, clinical researcher, physician educator, and caring clinician and surgeon. Dr. Brandeis is dedicated to helping his patients and men everywhere feel great, look good, and have better physical intimacy. He brings this wealth of expertise and cares to his first book, The 21st Century Man: Advice from 50 Top Doctors and Men’s Health Experts to Help You Feel Great, Look Good and Have Better Sex. A native New Yorker, Dr. Judson Brandeis now resides in Northern California. Over the course of his 25-year career as a board-certified urologist, he has performed thousands of surgeries and pioneered surgical robotics. In February of 2019, he opened BrandeisMD, a national leader in technology and sexual medicine innovations for men. BrandeisMD engages in ongoing clinical research to improve wellbeing and provide tools for men to live their best lives. Learn more about The 21st Century Man and Dr. Judson Brandeis at BrandeisMD or The 21st Century Man.