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12/2/2011
When: Friday, December 2
From 1:00 PM until 2:00 PM
Where: 641-715-3300, access code 485743#
Contact: Prucia Buscell

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PlexusCalls
Friday, December 2, 2011
1-2 PM Eastern Time
641-715-3300, access code 485743#
Complexity, Physiology and Medical Diagnoses
Guests: Andrew Seely, Curt Lindberg, and Robert Lindberg


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Andrew Seely, MD, is an assistant professor in the division of thoracic surgery and critical care medicine at Ottawa Hospital at the University of Ottawa, where he is also associate scientist in clinical epidemiology at the hospital’s Research Institute. One of his main research interests is applying complex systems science to the care and understanding of critically ill patients. He also runs a hospital based dynamical analysis laboratory, and is researching the hypothesis that continuous multi-organ variability analysis offers a new way to establish early diagnosis and prognosis in critically ill patients.Curt Lindberg, DMan, who has devoted much of his professional life to bringing complexity science insight and complexity informed practices to management and healthcare, is director of the recently created Partnership forComplex Systems and Healthcare Innovation at Billings Clinic in Billings, Montana. He is a founder of Plexus Institute, where he also served sd president and chief learning and science officer. He is co-author or co-editor of three books: Edgeware: Insights from Complexity Science for Health Care Leaders and On the Edge: Nursing in the Age of Complexity and Inviting Everyone: Healing Healthcare through Positive Deviance. Robert Lindberg, MD, practices internal medicine in Darien, CT. He is on the teaching faculty of the Columbia University School of Medicine and New York Medical College. He is among the first physicians to incorporate complexity concepts into the practice of medicine. He has been recognized in both the Guide to America's Top Physicians and Best Doctor directories. He believes the practice of medicine is about interactions-inside the human body and outside in the environments where people live. That means interactions among the individual's physical, emotional, neurological and immunological systems, and the interactions individual has with other people, including the individual's physician.

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