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Intersection is a podcast that explores the many intersections inside healthcare, public policy, social issues, or even the art of storytelling. Bobby Rettew has spent his career interviewing some of the most interesting people, crafting some of the most complex stories. Now he brings these intersections together and the narratives that emerge from inside these stories. To learn more, go to IntersectionPodcast.com.

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063: [TheDigital.Church] Dr. Ted Swann - Community, Churches, & COVID-19

Ted Swann is President of Swann Medicine in Clemson, SC. Over the the past few months, he has been working diligently to educate his patients and also advise his community how to navigate COVID-19. He has also been advising his home church, First Baptist Church of Clemson how to plan and prepare the church during this global crisis.He has created a wonderful graphical guide that helps explain how each person can personally prepare when trying to decide where to travel and how to interact with others during this pandemic. This conversation highlights the creation of the aboveCOVID-19 Individual Risk Guide and addresses the concerns of churches along with congregational members how to manage the risks of potential exposure. To learn more about Ted Swann and Swann Medicine: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ted.swann.7 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ted-swann-74b32a55/ Website: https://swannmedicine.com/ Liberty Fellowship: https://www.libertyfellowshipsc.org/people/details/ted-swann Palmetto Promise: https://palmettopromise.org/independent-doctors-old-school-medicine-on-the-covid-19-frontlines/

28 MIN2 w ago
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063: [TheDigital.Church] Dr. Ted Swann - Community, Churches, & COVID-19

062 - [TheDigital.Church] Sewing Masks for Healthcare Workers

Acts 1:11 - Why do you stand here looking into the sky?” Betsey Matheny of Boulevard Baptist Church decided to no longer and “stand there staring;” she decided to do something and help the healthcare workers in Anderson, SC. So, she organized a group of women to sew masks for AnMed Health’s healthcare workers. This began as a simple initiative, but over time as AnMed Health engaged the community; they met their goal of 8,000 masks. It is because of this wonderful community here in Anderson came together to sew masks. This story is about community, faith, and a commitment to helping each other. This story will feature interviews with Betsey Matheny of Boulevard Baptist Church, Tim Self of AnMed Health Foundation, and Ila Tribble of Boulevard Baptist Church. Links: AnMed Health - Anderson, SC - https://anmedhealth.org Boulevard Baptist Church - Anderson, SC - https://www.boulevardbaptist.com

21 MIN3 w ago
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062 - [TheDigital.Church] Sewing Masks for Healthcare Workers

061: Recidivism Series Part 6: Recidivism, COVID-19, and Jail Populations

In part six of this recidivism series, we talk with Jennifer Johnson of the public defender's office about jail populations, public health, and the COVID-19 pandemic. Jennifer serves as co-vice chair of the Anderson County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council and is the Chief Circuit Public Defender of the 10th Judicial Circuit in South Carolina. Links: 42 inmates released from Anderson County Detention Center as fears rise about coronavirus: https://www.independentmail.com/story/news/local/2020/03/19/coronavirus-anderson-county-detention-center-inmates-released-sc-jail-amid-covid-19-fears/2877575001/ Public Defender's Office: https://www.andersoncountysc.org/public-defender Jennifer Johnson's Bio: https://sccid.sc.gov/about-us/circuit-public-defenders/bio/1961/jennifer-l-johnson https://www.scbar.org/lawyers/directory/profile/14224 Anderson County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC): https://www.andersoncountysc.org/criminal-justice-coordinating-council

15 MINAPR 6
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061: Recidivism Series Part 6: Recidivism, COVID-19, and Jail Populations

060: Recidivism Series Part 5: Examining the Log Jam in the Courts

In Part Five of this recidivism series, we talk with Jennifer Johnson of the public defender's office about the log jam in the court system. She shares her story as she serves as co-vice chair of the Anderson County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council. She also shares her perspective as the Chief Circuit Public Defender of the 10th Judicial Circuit in South Carolina. She shares about the data and the log jam inside the court system as the CJCC continues to find ways to reduce the jail population inside the over crowded Anderson County Detention Center. Links: Public Defender's Office: https://www.andersoncountysc.org/public-defender Jennifer Johnson's Bio: https://sccid.sc.gov/about-us/circuit-public-defenders/bio/1961/jennifer-l-johnson https://www.scbar.org/lawyers/directory/profile/14224 Anderson County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) https://www.andersoncountysc.org/criminal-justice-coordinating-council

22 MINMAR 31
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060: Recidivism Series Part 5: Examining the Log Jam in the Courts

059: Recidivism Series Part 4 - Social Determinants of Health and Criminal Justice Reform

Recidivism, social determinants of health, and what does recidivism have to do with re-admission rates? Is there a cycle, a pattern, a deeper exploration surrounding how those who are mentally ill access the care they need before the cycle begins; or even in the midst of the cycle? This cycle is happening and it is bigger than the four walls of a hospital, the criminal justice infrastructure, and the community they serve. So many questions, Here is part two of my discussion with Michael Cunningham from AnMed Health, part four of this series exploring recidivism. As we talk to Micheal, he shares how hospitals term recidivism differently, specifically identifying the core cause for re-admission. This conversation leads to a larger discussion surrounding the social determinants of health for those consistently seeking access to care, especially those cycling inside the walls of the hospital from the criminal justice system. Links: AnMed Health: https://anmedhealth.org/ Anderson County CJCC: https://www.andersoncountysc.org/criminal-justice-coordinating-council

27 MINMAR 23
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059: Recidivism Series Part 4 - Social Determinants of Health and Criminal Justice Reform

058: Recidivism Series Part 3 - Recidivism, Health Care, and Healthcare

Recidivism and the words "health care", what do they have to do with each other? Health care refers to provider actions, and in this case actions truly speaks, shows, exemplifiesso much more than the two words themselves. Michael Cunningham works for AnMed Health, a community healthcare system, healthcare in this case is one word. AnMed Health is located in Anderson County, South Carolina; and Michael is a champion seeking change, committed to the service to the community he serves. He is also a partner in this journey of tackling recidivism as a part of the CJCC in Anderson County. Here is part one of his story; part three in this series exploring recidivism. Links: AnMed Health: https://anmedhealth.org/ Anderson County CJCC: https://www.andersoncountysc.org/criminal-justice-coordinating-council

21 MINMAR 16
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058: Recidivism Series Part 3 - Recidivism, Health Care, and Healthcare

057: Recidivism Series Part 2 - What is a CJCC?

What is CJCC? Well, CJCC is an acronym for Criminal Justice Coordinating Council and Anderson County establish the second of it's kind in South Carolina behind Charleston County. What does that have to do with recidivism? Anderson County was advised to create a CJCC and begin the process of criminal justice reform before starting the process of building a new jail. Why? Because the Anderson County Detention Center is grossly over crowded. Part two of Intersections exploration of recidivism in Anderson County South Carolina. Let's continue Dave Phillips story, curator of the Anderson County Community Resource Guide. Links: Anderson County CJCC: https://www.andersoncountysc.org/criminal-justice-coordinating-council Charleston County CJCC: https://cjcc.charlestoncounty.org/ Anderson County Resource Guide: https://myresourceguide.org/

20 MINMAR 9
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057: Recidivism Series Part 2 - What is a CJCC?

056: Recidivism Series Part 1 - Homelessness, Poverty and Criminal Justice Reform

Recidivism, poverty, homelessness and a community resource guide; what do all of these items have in common? Dave Phillips shares his path of engaging the needs of a community through a simple idea, a community resource guide.This simple idea provided a spring board, creating connections across Anderson County, South Carolina; leading Dave down a path of a bigger mission! Dave began building connectivity inside the newly created Criminal Justice Coordinating Council in Anderson County, South Carolina. Links: Community Resource Guide: https://myresourceguide.org/ Anderson County CJCC: https://www.andersoncountysc.org/criminal-justice-coordinating-council

27 MINMAR 2
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056: Recidivism Series Part 1 - Homelessness, Poverty and Criminal Justice Reform

055: Brian Barlow: Offside

Bryan Barlow is motivational speaker and a passionate highly requested and recommended soccer referee. Brian Barlow is also a father, pilot, golfer, writer & Emmy award winning TV Producer and husband of long-time best friend Lori Barlow. Barlow is no stranger to center stage so it was no surprise when the little “Offside” project went Viral the summer of 2018. Making a bold statement is one of the fundamental pillars of impactful marketing, Barlow took his own advise a few years ago and offered $100 for anyone who captures referee abuse and its posted on the Offside page. Offside received more than 6000 videos to date and is currently the only grassroots campaign discussing the negative impact fan behavior has on youth sports. This Offside Facebook page is often controversial, in your face and to the point - for those who are sensitive, uptight, wound-up or in need of a politically correct approach to the subject should probably skip-out. Here is his story...completely "Offside"! Links: NY Times Article: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/18/sports/referee-parents-abuse-videos.html Offside FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/youreoffside/ Brian Barlow's Website: http://barlowontheball.com/

37 MINJAN 13
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055: Brian Barlow: Offside

054: Tigers United: Rachelle Beckner

According to best estimates, there are fewer than 3,900 tigers remaining in the wild. The reasons for dwindling populations are varied. Major issues include loss of tigers' natural habitats and poaching, which affects the 13 tiger range countries around the globe. Rachelle Leigh Beckner is a very passionate person, yet did not expect to find her passion in saving tigers until she arrived at Clemson. This former journalist found her way into the classroom teaching and into the wild saving tigers, representing four land grant institutions. Auburn University, Clemson University, Louisiana State University and the University of Missouri want their mascot to roar forever. That's why they are joining forces to form the Tigers United University Consortium, committed to saving wild tigers worldwide. The Tigers United University Consortium was initiated by Clemson University President James P. Clements, who also serves on the Global Tiger Initiative Council. Comprised of business and conservation leaders, this international council assists the Global Tiger Forum in saving remaining populations of wild tigers, with a goal of doubling tiger numbers in the wild by 2022, the next Year of the Tiger in the Chinese calendar. Links: Rachelle Leigh Beckner Bio: https://meettheprof.com/view/professors/entry/rachelle-beckner/ Rachelle Leigh Beckner LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachellebeckner/ Tigers United University Consortium: https://www.clemson.edu/tigers-always/consortium/index.html Clemson World Article:https://clemson.world/saving-tigers/

36 MIN2019 DEC 30
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054: Tigers United: Rachelle Beckner

Latest Episodes

063: [TheDigital.Church] Dr. Ted Swann - Community, Churches, & COVID-19

Ted Swann is President of Swann Medicine in Clemson, SC. Over the the past few months, he has been working diligently to educate his patients and also advise his community how to navigate COVID-19. He has also been advising his home church, First Baptist Church of Clemson how to plan and prepare the church during this global crisis.He has created a wonderful graphical guide that helps explain how each person can personally prepare when trying to decide where to travel and how to interact with others during this pandemic. This conversation highlights the creation of the aboveCOVID-19 Individual Risk Guide and addresses the concerns of churches along with congregational members how to manage the risks of potential exposure. To learn more about Ted Swann and Swann Medicine: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ted.swann.7 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ted-swann-74b32a55/ Website: https://swannmedicine.com/ Liberty Fellowship: https://www.libertyfellowshipsc.org/people/details/ted-swann Palmetto Promise: https://palmettopromise.org/independent-doctors-old-school-medicine-on-the-covid-19-frontlines/

28 MIN2 w ago
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063: [TheDigital.Church] Dr. Ted Swann - Community, Churches, & COVID-19

062 - [TheDigital.Church] Sewing Masks for Healthcare Workers

Acts 1:11 - Why do you stand here looking into the sky?” Betsey Matheny of Boulevard Baptist Church decided to no longer and “stand there staring;” she decided to do something and help the healthcare workers in Anderson, SC. So, she organized a group of women to sew masks for AnMed Health’s healthcare workers. This began as a simple initiative, but over time as AnMed Health engaged the community; they met their goal of 8,000 masks. It is because of this wonderful community here in Anderson came together to sew masks. This story is about community, faith, and a commitment to helping each other. This story will feature interviews with Betsey Matheny of Boulevard Baptist Church, Tim Self of AnMed Health Foundation, and Ila Tribble of Boulevard Baptist Church. Links: AnMed Health - Anderson, SC - https://anmedhealth.org Boulevard Baptist Church - Anderson, SC - https://www.boulevardbaptist.com

21 MIN3 w ago
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062 - [TheDigital.Church] Sewing Masks for Healthcare Workers

061: Recidivism Series Part 6: Recidivism, COVID-19, and Jail Populations

In part six of this recidivism series, we talk with Jennifer Johnson of the public defender's office about jail populations, public health, and the COVID-19 pandemic. Jennifer serves as co-vice chair of the Anderson County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council and is the Chief Circuit Public Defender of the 10th Judicial Circuit in South Carolina. Links: 42 inmates released from Anderson County Detention Center as fears rise about coronavirus: https://www.independentmail.com/story/news/local/2020/03/19/coronavirus-anderson-county-detention-center-inmates-released-sc-jail-amid-covid-19-fears/2877575001/ Public Defender's Office: https://www.andersoncountysc.org/public-defender Jennifer Johnson's Bio: https://sccid.sc.gov/about-us/circuit-public-defenders/bio/1961/jennifer-l-johnson https://www.scbar.org/lawyers/directory/profile/14224 Anderson County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC): https://www.andersoncountysc.org/criminal-justice-coordinating-council

15 MINAPR 6
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061: Recidivism Series Part 6: Recidivism, COVID-19, and Jail Populations

060: Recidivism Series Part 5: Examining the Log Jam in the Courts

In Part Five of this recidivism series, we talk with Jennifer Johnson of the public defender's office about the log jam in the court system. She shares her story as she serves as co-vice chair of the Anderson County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council. She also shares her perspective as the Chief Circuit Public Defender of the 10th Judicial Circuit in South Carolina. She shares about the data and the log jam inside the court system as the CJCC continues to find ways to reduce the jail population inside the over crowded Anderson County Detention Center. Links: Public Defender's Office: https://www.andersoncountysc.org/public-defender Jennifer Johnson's Bio: https://sccid.sc.gov/about-us/circuit-public-defenders/bio/1961/jennifer-l-johnson https://www.scbar.org/lawyers/directory/profile/14224 Anderson County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) https://www.andersoncountysc.org/criminal-justice-coordinating-council

22 MINMAR 31
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060: Recidivism Series Part 5: Examining the Log Jam in the Courts

059: Recidivism Series Part 4 - Social Determinants of Health and Criminal Justice Reform

Recidivism, social determinants of health, and what does recidivism have to do with re-admission rates? Is there a cycle, a pattern, a deeper exploration surrounding how those who are mentally ill access the care they need before the cycle begins; or even in the midst of the cycle? This cycle is happening and it is bigger than the four walls of a hospital, the criminal justice infrastructure, and the community they serve. So many questions, Here is part two of my discussion with Michael Cunningham from AnMed Health, part four of this series exploring recidivism. As we talk to Micheal, he shares how hospitals term recidivism differently, specifically identifying the core cause for re-admission. This conversation leads to a larger discussion surrounding the social determinants of health for those consistently seeking access to care, especially those cycling inside the walls of the hospital from the criminal justice system. Links: AnMed Health: https://anmedhealth.org/ Anderson County CJCC: https://www.andersoncountysc.org/criminal-justice-coordinating-council

27 MINMAR 23
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059: Recidivism Series Part 4 - Social Determinants of Health and Criminal Justice Reform

058: Recidivism Series Part 3 - Recidivism, Health Care, and Healthcare

Recidivism and the words "health care", what do they have to do with each other? Health care refers to provider actions, and in this case actions truly speaks, shows, exemplifiesso much more than the two words themselves. Michael Cunningham works for AnMed Health, a community healthcare system, healthcare in this case is one word. AnMed Health is located in Anderson County, South Carolina; and Michael is a champion seeking change, committed to the service to the community he serves. He is also a partner in this journey of tackling recidivism as a part of the CJCC in Anderson County. Here is part one of his story; part three in this series exploring recidivism. Links: AnMed Health: https://anmedhealth.org/ Anderson County CJCC: https://www.andersoncountysc.org/criminal-justice-coordinating-council

21 MINMAR 16
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058: Recidivism Series Part 3 - Recidivism, Health Care, and Healthcare

057: Recidivism Series Part 2 - What is a CJCC?

What is CJCC? Well, CJCC is an acronym for Criminal Justice Coordinating Council and Anderson County establish the second of it's kind in South Carolina behind Charleston County. What does that have to do with recidivism? Anderson County was advised to create a CJCC and begin the process of criminal justice reform before starting the process of building a new jail. Why? Because the Anderson County Detention Center is grossly over crowded. Part two of Intersections exploration of recidivism in Anderson County South Carolina. Let's continue Dave Phillips story, curator of the Anderson County Community Resource Guide. Links: Anderson County CJCC: https://www.andersoncountysc.org/criminal-justice-coordinating-council Charleston County CJCC: https://cjcc.charlestoncounty.org/ Anderson County Resource Guide: https://myresourceguide.org/

20 MINMAR 9
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057: Recidivism Series Part 2 - What is a CJCC?

056: Recidivism Series Part 1 - Homelessness, Poverty and Criminal Justice Reform

Recidivism, poverty, homelessness and a community resource guide; what do all of these items have in common? Dave Phillips shares his path of engaging the needs of a community through a simple idea, a community resource guide.This simple idea provided a spring board, creating connections across Anderson County, South Carolina; leading Dave down a path of a bigger mission! Dave began building connectivity inside the newly created Criminal Justice Coordinating Council in Anderson County, South Carolina. Links: Community Resource Guide: https://myresourceguide.org/ Anderson County CJCC: https://www.andersoncountysc.org/criminal-justice-coordinating-council

27 MINMAR 2
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056: Recidivism Series Part 1 - Homelessness, Poverty and Criminal Justice Reform

055: Brian Barlow: Offside

Bryan Barlow is motivational speaker and a passionate highly requested and recommended soccer referee. Brian Barlow is also a father, pilot, golfer, writer & Emmy award winning TV Producer and husband of long-time best friend Lori Barlow. Barlow is no stranger to center stage so it was no surprise when the little “Offside” project went Viral the summer of 2018. Making a bold statement is one of the fundamental pillars of impactful marketing, Barlow took his own advise a few years ago and offered $100 for anyone who captures referee abuse and its posted on the Offside page. Offside received more than 6000 videos to date and is currently the only grassroots campaign discussing the negative impact fan behavior has on youth sports. This Offside Facebook page is often controversial, in your face and to the point - for those who are sensitive, uptight, wound-up or in need of a politically correct approach to the subject should probably skip-out. Here is his story...completely "Offside"! Links: NY Times Article: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/18/sports/referee-parents-abuse-videos.html Offside FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/youreoffside/ Brian Barlow's Website: http://barlowontheball.com/

37 MINJAN 13
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055: Brian Barlow: Offside

054: Tigers United: Rachelle Beckner

According to best estimates, there are fewer than 3,900 tigers remaining in the wild. The reasons for dwindling populations are varied. Major issues include loss of tigers' natural habitats and poaching, which affects the 13 tiger range countries around the globe. Rachelle Leigh Beckner is a very passionate person, yet did not expect to find her passion in saving tigers until she arrived at Clemson. This former journalist found her way into the classroom teaching and into the wild saving tigers, representing four land grant institutions. Auburn University, Clemson University, Louisiana State University and the University of Missouri want their mascot to roar forever. That's why they are joining forces to form the Tigers United University Consortium, committed to saving wild tigers worldwide. The Tigers United University Consortium was initiated by Clemson University President James P. Clements, who also serves on the Global Tiger Initiative Council. Comprised of business and conservation leaders, this international council assists the Global Tiger Forum in saving remaining populations of wild tigers, with a goal of doubling tiger numbers in the wild by 2022, the next Year of the Tiger in the Chinese calendar. Links: Rachelle Leigh Beckner Bio: https://meettheprof.com/view/professors/entry/rachelle-beckner/ Rachelle Leigh Beckner LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachellebeckner/ Tigers United University Consortium: https://www.clemson.edu/tigers-always/consortium/index.html Clemson World Article:https://clemson.world/saving-tigers/

36 MIN2019 DEC 30
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054: Tigers United: Rachelle Beckner
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