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August 31, 2014
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The Camino Real of Panama

August 27, 2014

THE CAMINO REAL This past week I traveled with Christian Strassnig the director of Cultour (www.cultour.info) and Camino Real Project (http://caminorealproject.wordpress.com) into the Jungle of the Chagres National Park where he, his colleagues from the Instituto Nacional de Cultura and the mestizo peasant community recently recovered portions of the Camino…

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Spirit and Communication

May 4, 2014

We are in Charboneau les Bains au Lyon, in the Rhone Valley, the “gastronomic capital” of France, exploring the ancient city, its countryside and sampling the differences between Parisian and Lyonese cuisine.  It is a welcome rest from the hassle-hustle of the business life from which I soon retire and…

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Angels and Lecterns

April 14, 2014

We returned to New Orleans this past week to meet with over 800 medical directors of our nation-wide Emergency Medicine, Anesthesiology, Hospitalist, Orthopedics and OB/GYN services.  During the three day event, we listened to several speakers, including former HHS Secretary Michael Leavitt, discuss healthcare financing, leadership, management and clinical topics,…

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Defense Attorneys and “Diary of a Moonlighter”

April 1, 2014

I just returned from New Orleans where I had the opportunity to present two topics to 160 of the attorneys whose 140 firms represent TEAMHealth in various venues throughout the country.  We are fortunate that in our management of over 12 million annual patient care encounters in our Emergency Departments,…

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My final LEAD course

February 9, 2014

This past week we completed the 35th LEAD (Leadership and Development) course which I began in 2002, shortly after assuming the role as National Chief Medical Officer of TeamHealth.  Since inception, we have had the privilege of teaching and inspiring over 1600 medical directors.  This was my final course.  I…

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The Affordability of Compassion

February 8, 2014

To a great extent, the ability of a society to contain its pathology, and the disposition of its problems, is dependent on what it convinces itself it can afford. Shown below are two short teaching fables “Big Orange” and “The Take Down” that I use to train our health care…

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Widow Walk Audio Book Now Available

February 6, 2014

The Widow Walk Audio Book is now available featuring narration by John Aylward via Audible.com, Amazon’s Audiobooks. Aylward’s brilliant narration brings a new, chilling dimension to the Widow Walk experience! Here is a sample from Chapter 12 The Widow Walk Audiobook is available here: http://bit.ly/1irMxsI

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Preview: Widow Walk – audio book narrated by John Aylward

January 11, 2014

The following is an excerpt from Chapter Twelve of Widow Walk :  Anah   narrated by John Aylward Widow Walk, the audio book, will be available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble in February John Aylward John Aylward, whose eloquent narration brings the remarkable Widow Walk  tale alive in a different dimension,…

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The “Widow Walk Suite”

December 26, 2013

Attached is one of the movements in Tom McGurk’s Widow Walk Suite, composed for the audio book version of Widow Walk. I will post one of the sections from John Aylward’s beautiful narration in the next blog entry. The audio book for Widow Walk is scheduled to be released in January.   Thomas McGurk,…

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