Expanding our healthcare beliefs
How have your beliefs about the healthcare you deliver evolved over the time you’ve been practicing?
What’s shaped that evolution?
How do you try to consciously evolve your beliefs?
Do you spend too much attention on the doing side of health that you miss the being side of health?
Mark Stolow, CJO of Huddol had a deep conversation with me about these questions and many more. And don’t worry, it wasn’t just questions, he offered up some great practical ways that we can answer them in our own practice.
In this episode we talk through
Healthcare is the art of honouring our state of being in the world
Our evolving understanding of health at our individual level
Our evolving understanding of health at a collective level
Improving health through improving ability to make sense of the world
How health providers fit into the being side of health and the doing side of health
Moving out of an either or mindset in regards to health
Incorporating science into our broader understanding of the human experience
There is no singular healthcare truth
How to operate from an integral perspective in healthcare
Baking a healthcare cake
Letting go of old beliefs that are no longer helpful
Why we shouldn’t just try and build a better mousetrap
What is informing who I believe I am?
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