Sunday, February 27, 2011

2/27 Guest is Dr. Thomas LaVeist

In Celebration Of Black History Month, Dr. Carol Scott Visits with Dr. Thomas LaVeist

“As the William C. and Nancy F. Richardson Professor in Health Policy and Director of the Hopkins Center for Health Disparities Solutions at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Thomas LaVeist has studied the major healthcare gaps in America, the trends causing them, and the problems they create. His work is enabling healthcare organizations and individuals to prepare for a new America – a minority majority.”

As a professor, author, and public speaker, Dr. Thomas LaVeist has been featured in Newsweek, Newsday, Black Enterprise, and the Baltimore Sun, as well as on CNN, National Public Radio, and other national media outlets. He has written numerous articles that have been published in scientific public health and medical journals. His latest book, Minority Populations and Health: An Introduction to Health Disparities in the United States, was released in 2005. His edited volume, Race, Ethnicity and Health: A Public Health Reader was published fall 2002.

In addition, Dr. LaVeist conducts the research for the “Top 50 Colleges for African American Students,” a bi-annual publication in Black Enterprise Magazine. He is also the author of the DayStar Guide for Colleges for African American Students, and co-author of 8 Steps to Help Black Families Pay for College.

About Stress Relief Radio

Dr. Carol Scott

Dr. Carol Scott, a host at Stress Relief Radio, is proud to be part of the CRN Digital Talk Radio (Cable Radio Network) network!

Dr. Scott’s guest appearances include: Doug Stephan’s Good Day Show, Joe Bartlett Morning Show WOR 710, WGHB Boston Public Radio, The Libby Gill Radio Show, The Lisa Birnbaum Show, VoiceAmerica Business Radio, the Lisa Whaley Radio Show, Carole Copeland Thomas Radio Show, Bev Smith Urban Radio Network and Martha Stewart Living Sirius Radio.

Dr. Scott is an Emergency Physician & Health Educator trained at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore. She is an expert on the connections between stress & health and the developer of the Best Stress Zoneconcept. A highly sought after speaker and one‐on‐one StressRelief Coach she enables participants & clients to gain knowledge, practical solutions. specific strategies & motivation to live with less stress and improved health. As a speaker she has been acclaimed for a unique ability to blend expertise in medicine with an authentic inspiring style. She has been cited or featured in the Wall Street Journal, Fast Company magazine, WorkSpan, and The Washington Post. She takes her life saving messages from the Emergency Room to Boardrooms across the country.

Dr. Scott trained in internal medicine at Rush Presbyterian St. Luke’s in Chicago and Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. She trained in Emergency Medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital and later earned a Masters in Education from Johns Hopkins University. She is board certified in both emergency medicine and internal medicine. She is formerly an Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins Department of Emergency Medicine. Carol is a wife and mom of two sons. Her upcoming book; Optimal Stress; Living in Your Best Stress Zone, John Wiley and Sons Publishers and will be released November 16, 2009.

Clients include; Microsoft, Johnson and Johnson, McDonalds, The Learning Annex, IBM, Discovery Communications, Price WaterHouseCoopers, Working Mother 100 Best Companies Work Life Congress, Texas Instruments, Professional Business Women of California, Civil Service Employees Union NY(CSEA), UPS, Motorola, Johnson & Johnson, and the Boston College Roundtable on Work‐Life, Rutgers Senior Women’s Leadership Program, Paul Hastings, and the Global Consulting Group. She designed a customized web based Stress Relief program delivered to over 5000 women of IBM. Dr. Scott also presents regularly for Merrill Lynch University.

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