Posts on topic Keynote

CHEST Keynote: Reflections of a Lifetime Practicing Chest Medicine

August 16, 2018 by CHEST Guest Writer

Dr. Richard Irwin, the Editor in Chief for the journal CHEST®, and Chair of UMass Memorial Medical Center’s Department of Critical Care, has observed the way patient-focused care has evolved through the years. He will be speaking on this topic at the CHEST 2018 opening session on Sunday, [Read more...]

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CHEST Keynote to Bridge the Gap Between Generations

July 25, 2018 by CHEST Guest Writer

Scott Zimmer, a product of Generation X, went through college with a passion for public speaking as well as a deep interest in the generational divide. Zimmer graduated with a BA in mass communications in 2000 and went on to begin his public speaking career from there. When [Read more...]

Category: CHEST 2018

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CHEST Keynote to Reveal What it Takes to Be a Champion

September 6, 2017 by Chris Troksa

If it had been up to Ross Bernstein, his public speaking career would have been best remembered by one speech: his acceptance into the Hockey Hall of Fame. Rather than working on books with idols such as Wayne Gretzky, Bernstein would have preferred to have played on the [Read more...]

Category: CHEST 2017

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Keynote Speaker Excited to Help Physicians Wake Up and Live Inspired

July 28, 2017 by CHEST Guest Writer

John O’Leary is a father of four, business owner, speaker, writer, and former hospital chaplain—a fortunate guy. But he attributes the best of everything he has to an unfortunate event that happened back in 1987.

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Seven Questions with Keynote Speaker Tamara McCleary

September 15, 2016 by Chris Troksa

1. We know that you have a medical background. What motivated you to become a registered nurse? A passion for biology and chemistry, plus two parts geek-girl, and one part pragmatist, mixed with a dash of curiosity, and a sprinkle of teenager. I was 18 when I entered [Read more...]

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With Help of her Doctors, Keynote Speaker Can Still Sing

September 8, 2016 by Chris Troksa

Charity Sunshine Tillemann-Dick does not hold back when discussing her life. Perhaps it is because of her background. She comes from a family who has spent their lives in the public eye. She is one of 11 siblings, a group of child prodigies, who have been described as [Read more...]

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