Videos and Presentations

The following are a selection of videos and presentations Dr. Denham has provided to audiences in person or over the internet to drive awareness of opportunities for performance improvement in healthcare.

Videos Available on the Web

A series of briefings have been recorded and provided to the public that may be found on the YouTube Channel – Click here to view.  They include the following that may be viewed individually:

Presentations

The following presentations have been screened globally and are provided as examples of the presentations brief and comprehensive presentation that have been delivered to broad audiences.  The WHO presentation was part of an initiative undertaken to reduce the preventable exposure of children and adults to ionizing radiation through Computed Tomography (CT) scans.  The second film is a presentation delivered at the national meeting of Mayo Clinic quality leaders that addresses the power of stories in patient safety.  The third is a description of a revolutionary leadership model that could be adopted in healthcare.

WHO and 5 Rights of Imaging

This presentation was developed for an international workshop of WHO leaders in Bonne Germany.  It addresses the issues regarding optimal use of ionizing radiation in diagnostic imaging to reduce risk and harm.

Story Power: The Secret Weapon

Presented at the annual meeting of Mayo Clinic Quality Leaders, this full length presentation addresses the message captured in a peer reviewed medical article co-authored with actor Dennis Quaid who had the experience of medical errors that almost took the life of his newborn twins. To download the article Story Power: The Secret Weapon authored by Denham and Quaid Click Here

People Centric Leadership

The following short clip was developed to describe a revolutionary approach to leadership that eventually was presented in the broadcast film Surfing the Healthcare Tsunami: Bring Your Best Board provided in the Broadcast Film section of this website. The latest story regarding this work is described in the book Everybody Matters: The Extraordinary Power of Caring for Your People Like Family by Bob Chapman and Raj Sisodia.