Comments for Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org Thu, 14 Apr 2016 13:41:09 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.6.1 Comment on Faculty Announced for Hospice and Palliative Care Collaborative by Are You Ready For A Breakthrough? | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/faculty-announced-hospice-palliative-care-collaborative/#comment-124 Thu, 14 Apr 2016 13:41:09 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=816#comment-124 […] change in much of its consulting work including the Chronic Pain Breakthrough Collaborative, Hospice and Palliative Care Breakthrough Collaborative, and community change through the Well Community Project. These […]

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Comment on Team Approach Improves Chronic Pain Care in Oklahoma Clinic by Dr. Adam Perlman Aims to Improve the Business of Chronic Pain Care | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/team-approach-to-chronic-pain-care-oklahoma-clinic/#comment-123 Thu, 14 Apr 2016 13:27:08 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=1397#comment-123 […]  Team-Based Approach to Chronic Pain Care in Oklahoma Clinic […]

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Comment on Increase Patient Power In Pain Care by Dr. Adam Perlman Aims to Improve the Business of Chronic Pain Care | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/increase-patient-power-pain-care/#comment-122 Wed, 23 Mar 2016 16:22:11 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=1296#comment-122 […]  Increase Pain Power in Pain Care […]

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Comment on Innovation In Chronic Pain Care At University of Bridgeport by Dr. Adam Perlman Aims to Improve the Business of Chronic Pain Care | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/chronic-pain-care-university-bridgeport/#comment-121 Wed, 23 Mar 2016 16:02:15 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=1243#comment-121 […] ·      Innovation in Chronic Pain Care at University of Bridgeport […]

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Comment on Teaching Skills for Life by Mind Tactics for Sleep, Nutrition and Activity http://samueliinstituteblog.org/teaching-skills-life/#comment-108 Wed, 02 Dec 2015 14:48:08 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=988#comment-108 […] eating a single dried strawberry improve your overall health? As part of Samueli Institute’s Teaching Kitchen, a 12-week experiential learning program, service members and their spouses learned how eating […]

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Comment on Working Group Tackles Chronic Pain Care as Part of Samueli Institute’s Breakthrough Collaborative Series by Collaboration: 3 Tips to Facilitate a Strong Team | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/working-group-tackles-chronic-pain/#comment-105 Thu, 17 Sep 2015 11:06:29 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=735#comment-105 […] facilitates team cohesion and breakthrough change in much of its consulting work including the Chronic Pain Breakthrough Collaborative, Hospice and Palliative Care Breakthrough Collaborative, and community […]

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Comment on Faculty Announced for Hospice and Palliative Care Collaborative by Collaboration: 3 Tips to Facilitate a Strong Team | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/faculty-announced-hospice-palliative-care-collaborative/#comment-104 Thu, 17 Sep 2015 11:06:29 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=816#comment-104 […] change in much of its consulting work including the Chronic Pain Breakthrough Collaborative, Hospice and Palliative Care Breakthrough Collaborative, and community change through the Well Community Project. These efforts […]

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Comment on Working Group Tackles Chronic Pain Care as Part of Samueli Institute’s Breakthrough Collaborative Series by Samueli Institute's work to transform health care http://samueliinstituteblog.org/working-group-tackles-chronic-pain/#comment-64 Tue, 11 Aug 2015 10:23:09 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=735#comment-64 […] Breakthrough Series Collaborative on Chronic Pain Launched […]

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Comment on Cooking for Health in the Military by Wellness Training for Mind-Body-Spirit http://samueliinstituteblog.org/learn-to-cook/#comment-61 Thu, 30 Jul 2015 11:30:43 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=797#comment-61 […] Optimizing Military Performance […]

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Comment on The Secret to Successful Healthy Community Programs by A Kind of Unnoticed Excellence | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/the-secret-to-successful-healthy-community-programs/#comment-44 Tue, 07 Jul 2015 13:01:32 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=622#comment-44 […] project to foster health and wellness in three distinct communities across the country, one in Detroit, another in New Orleans, and a third in the Mississippi delta. The Well Community Project, as the […]

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Comment on Faculty Announced for Chronic Pain Collaborative by Working Group Tackles Chronic Pain Care as Part of Samueli Institute’s Breakthrough Collaborative Series | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/faculty-announced-for-chronic-pain-collaborative/#comment-39 Tue, 23 Jun 2015 13:12:59 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=523#comment-39 […] heath care system. Eight health care organizations joined Samueli Institute’s leadership team and expert faculty to embark on a seven-month journey to embrace improvements in person-centered chronic pain […]

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Comment on Are you in a healing relationship? by How Can I Change to Healthy Habits? | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/are-you-in-a-healing-relationship/#comment-34 Fri, 19 Jun 2015 14:38:40 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=578#comment-34 […] Are you in a Healing Relationship? Learn more here  […]

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Comment on Food for Thought: Can Healthy Eating Affect Brain Performance? by Dietary Substances in the Military: The Metabolically Optimized Brain | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/food-thought-healthy-eating-affect-brain-performance/#comment-33 Thu, 18 Jun 2015 12:23:16 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=687#comment-33 […] in a fun tasting experiment of natural and sweetened cranberry juice to compare the sugar content. VIEW THE PHOTO GALLERY: After two days of meetings, the team gathered to experience first-hand how healthy  cooking can be […]

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Comment on Communities Share Ideas, Collaborate Strategies for Change by How Communities Heal | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/communities-share-ideas-collaborate-strategies-for-change/#comment-32 Mon, 08 Jun 2015 12:01:07 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=538#comment-32 […] consequences of the latter approach were dramatically explored on April 9 and 10th at the Well Community Summit in Alexandria, Virginia. This Summit, which was funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and organized […]

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Comment on On Human Flourishing: An interview with Dr. Scott Shreve by Three Steps to be an Empowered Patient | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/on-human-flourishing-an-interview-with-dr-scott-shreve-2/#comment-31 Thu, 04 Jun 2015 14:37:35 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=615#comment-31 […] more about hospice and palliative care in a recent podcast and article.  tagged with chronic illness, hospice and palliative care, […]

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Comment on On Human Flourishing – an interview with Bob Duggan by The Effects of Stress on Health – 5 Ways to Cope | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/on-human-flourishing-an-interview-with-bob-duggan/#comment-30 Tue, 02 Jun 2015 11:09:31 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=590#comment-30 […] job and soon realizes that the origins of her physical ailments are rooted in her mental stress. In a podcast interview with Dr. Jonas, Duggan, an acupuncturist and author who founded the Tai Sophia Institute in the 1970s (now called […]

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Comment on On Human Flourishing: An interview with Dr. Scott Shreve by A Moment of Remembrance this Memorial Day | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/on-human-flourishing-an-interview-with-dr-scott-shreve-2/#comment-29 Mon, 25 May 2015 11:33:11 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=615#comment-29 […] Listen to the full interview […]

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Comment on Close the Book on Your Past by What Can I do to Develop Healing Intention? | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/journaling/#comment-28 Thu, 21 May 2015 11:42:39 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=50#comment-28 […] on your experiences, you can nurture awareness and bring a healing presence to others. Keep a journal using words and drawings to record your thoughts and dreams. Use it to tell your own […]

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Comment on Healing Conversations Build Healthy Communities by And Now: Community Wellness | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/healing-conversations-build-healthy-communities/#comment-27 Mon, 18 May 2015 12:28:07 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=586#comment-27 […] be subject of a subsequent blogs, so watch these pages. In the meantime, I urge readers to read and watch the products of this work so […]

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Comment on Omega-3’s Role in the Battle for Nutritional Armor by Omega 3, the Secret Ingredient | What Is Omega 3 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/omega-3s-role-in-the-battle-for-nutritional-armor/#comment-26 Sun, 17 May 2015 00:35:50 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=330#comment-26 […] The Next Great Thing In Health: Carbohydrate control PLUS Omega 3 Fatty Acid LevelsTop 15 Foods That Help Fight Chronic Inflammation.Ingredient to Know: Omega-3 Fatty AcidsOmega-3 fatty acids may prevent some forms of depression: study – PsyPostHomemade Protein Shake (with Omega-3 fatty acids)Labrada Nutrition EFA Lean Gold Essential Fatty Acid Softgel Capsules, 180-Count BottleIs There Evidence of Essential Fatty Acid Deficiency/Benefit in Dairy Animals? – Dr. Charlie StaplesOmega-3’s Role in the Battle for Nutritional Armordiv.ctrsocial,a.ctrsocial{float:left;display:block;}a.ctrsocial{margin-right:5px;width:32px;height:32px;margin-top:5px;}function ctrsocial(t,w,h){ window.open(t.href, 'ctrsocial', 'scrollbars=1,menubar=0,width='+w+',height='+h+',resizable=1,toolbar=0,location=0,status=0,left='+(screen.width-w)/2+',top='+(screen.height-h)/3); return false;} […]

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Comment on On Human Flourishing – an interview with David Gibbs by Healing Conversations Build Healthy Communities | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/on-human-flourishing-an-interview-with-david-gibbs/#comment-25 Thu, 14 May 2015 13:00:52 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=417#comment-25 […] “We brought together people from different socioeconomic backgrounds, different races, and different religions who—while they all knew each other as you would expect in a town our size—they had never before sat at the same table and interacted on a social, community volunteering basis,” explained the Mayor, shown in the cover photo (right) with project organizer David Gibbs (left).  […]

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Comment on Five Minutes to a Better Perspective on Health by Preventing Chronic Disease: What Doctors Really Need to Know | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/5-minutes-to-a-better-perspective-on-health/#comment-21 Thu, 02 Apr 2015 13:16:23 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=421#comment-21 […] of health care dollars spent on chronic life-style related diseases, these efforts aim to create health and well-being rather than focusing on […]

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Comment on 5 Traits of Resilience by From Worksite Wellness Programs to a Framework for Flourishing | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/5-traits-of-resilience/#comment-20 Thu, 12 Mar 2015 13:29:03 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=149#comment-20 […] We are working on just such a model for the military now called the Central Evaluation of Resilience Programs or CERP. Perhaps this approach would be of value for the worksite wellness field also? Learn more about the special issue on resilience. […]

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Comment on Pain Relief for Veterans: A Review of Chiropractic Services in the VA by CAM: The Slow Climb to the Mainstream | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/pain-relief-for-veterans-a-review-of-chiropractic-services-in-the-va/#comment-18 Tue, 03 Feb 2015 21:03:05 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=397#comment-18 […] more about chiropractic care here. To listen to the podcast, click […]

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Comment on On Human Flourishing – an interview with Dr. Ian Coulter by CAM: The Slow Climb to the Mainstream | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/on-human-flourishing-an-interview-with-dr-ian-coulter/#comment-17 Tue, 03 Feb 2015 17:03:05 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=435#comment-17 […] an episode of On Human Flourishing, Ian Coulter discusses the evolution of chiropractic care over the last 40 years and the public’s […]

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Comment on Omega-3’s Role in the Battle for Nutritional Armor by DoctorsHolisticRx http://samueliinstituteblog.org/omega-3s-role-in-the-battle-for-nutritional-armor/#comment-16 Sun, 25 Jan 2015 05:04:28 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=330#comment-16 A well documented benefit of high dose EPA is neuromusculoskeletal chronic pain relief. I believe this is potentially very beneficial to our military.

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Comment on On Human Flourishing – an interview with David Gibbs by Trickle Up: From Personal to Community to National Wellness | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/on-human-flourishing-an-interview-with-david-gibbs/#comment-15 Thu, 22 Jan 2015 14:06:24 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=417#comment-15 […] an episode of On Human Flourishing, community leader David Gibbs discussed the progress of Samueli Institute’s Well Community […]

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Comment on Let’s Start the New Year Right by Let’s Start the New Year Right | Samueli ... http://samueliinstituteblog.org/lets-start-the-new-year-right/#comment-14 Sun, 11 Jan 2015 20:01:19 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=413#comment-14 […]   […]

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Comment on CAM Versus IM: What’s the difference? by Pain Relief for Veterans: A Review of Chiropractic Services in the VA | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/cam_or_im/#comment-13 Tue, 30 Dec 2014 14:00:59 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=178#comment-13 […] the VA strengthens the chiropractic services and other CAM practices offered to veterans, the study, recently published in December’s issue of Medical Care, addresses […]

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Comment on Think BIG for Social Wellbeing by DrTomAcklin http://samueliinstituteblog.org/think-big-for-social-wellbeing/#comment-12 Wed, 24 Dec 2014 00:02:28 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=356#comment-12 What a phenomenal brainstorm; thank you for your vision Dr. Wayne.
I look forward to reveling in the abundance — the ch-ching of thriving !
I just shared your blog and posted this on my FB page:
Incentivizing THRIVING: Brilliant.
Getting paid individually to BE well (and share well-being) is a great idea.
Compen$$$$ation of an entity — a company, a community, a NATION? — is a revolution that could easily breed an entire new social fabric of addictions to feeling (and BEING!) happy and healthy.

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Comment on Bridging the Gap Between Community and Wellness by What Are The Conditions For Health Care Change? | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/bridging-the-gap-between-community-and-wellness/#comment-11 Mon, 08 Dec 2014 13:34:56 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=319#comment-11 […] foundations, whose support allows us to work with local communities to help them create their own community wellness programs. What we’re learning is that these communities already have the capacity to flourish. All we’re […]

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Comment on Challenges to Our Current Health Care System by Think BIG for Social Wellbeing | Samueli Institute Blog http://samueliinstituteblog.org/challenges-to-our-current-health-care-system/#comment-10 Thu, 04 Dec 2014 12:33:51 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=236#comment-10 […] society. I encourage you to harness your creativity and “think big” as we work to address the challenges of the current health care system. tagged with health policy, public health, wellbeing, whole systems […]

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Comment on Omega-3’s Role in the Battle for Nutritional Armor by Omega 3 Flaxseeds and Other Sources | What Is Omega 3 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/omega-3s-role-in-the-battle-for-nutritional-armor/#comment-9 Wed, 12 Nov 2014 00:24:17 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=330#comment-9 […] Omega-3’s Role in the Battle for Nutritional Armordiv.ctrsocial,a.ctrsocial{float:left;display:block;}a.ctrsocial{margin-right:5px;width:32px;height:32px;margin-top:5px;}function ctrsocial(t,w,h){ window.open(t.href, 'ctrsocial', 'scrollbars=1,menubar=0,width='+w+',height='+h+',resizable=1,toolbar=0,location=0,status=0,left='+(screen.width-w)/2+',top='+(screen.height-h)/3); return false;} […]

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Comment on Reflecting on this Veterans Day by elysejoy http://samueliinstituteblog.org/reflecting-on-this-veterans-day/#comment-8 Mon, 10 Nov 2014 22:51:18 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=239#comment-8 Hi Wayne, Thank you for sharing this moving and lovely tribute to your father, the meaning of being a healer and the honor to serve the Armed Forces and VA clients.

Elyse

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Comment on A Closer Look at Chronic Pain Treatments by Samueli Institute http://samueliinstituteblog.org/a-closer-look-at-chronic-pain-treatments/#comment-7 Thu, 06 Nov 2014 16:59:39 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=222#comment-7 Hi Viviane, it’s the last line of the article. Link here Under Interested in the Science Behind the Ratings?

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Comment on A Closer Look at Chronic Pain Treatments by venslein@siib.org http://samueliinstituteblog.org/a-closer-look-at-chronic-pain-treatments/#comment-6 Wed, 05 Nov 2014 17:53:27 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=222#comment-6 Hi, I am searching for the online Pain database on this blog, but have not been able to locate it. Would you be able to point me in the right direction?

Thank you,
Viviane

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Comment on Painkillers: The “Fast Food” of Pain Relief by Samueli Institute http://samueliinstituteblog.org/painkillers-the-fast-food-of-pain-relief-2/#comment-3 Fri, 12 Sep 2014 17:02:18 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=140#comment-3 Thank you JCS for your comment. Yes, we have done extensive work looking at how chiropractic care can ease the burden of low back pain in veteran populations and agree that it’s an important option for musculoskeletal disorders. This topic will be highlighted more in upcoming blog posts but until then, learn more on Chiropractic Care research at Samueli Institute or visit the Pain section of our website.

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Comment on Painkillers: The “Fast Food” of Pain Relief by jcsmith http://samueliinstituteblog.org/painkillers-the-fast-food-of-pain-relief-2/#comment-2 Tue, 09 Sep 2014 15:16:04 +0000 http://samueliinstituteblog.org/?p=140#comment-2 I admire the sentiment that opioids are like junk food, but where is the suggestion that most of the chronic low back pain can be helped with hands-on care like chiropractic? Generally speaking, “integrative medicine” is an oxymoron since drugs, shots, and surgery are “inefficient spine care,” yet chiro care is recommended as a “proven treatment” by the USPHS that is rarely mentioned by any progressive MD.
Perhaps when the medical war against chiropractors ends, only then will the public and military personnel be able to get off narcotic painkillers.
You can read more at http://www.chiropractorsforfairjournalism.com.
enjoy,
JCS

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