Episode 10: Living in the Future with Dr Luther Brewster, Senior Executive Dean, Community Health Innovation at Roseman University of Health Sciences

Grant McGaugh . Episode 10 . 1:04:53

Episode transcript:

In this episode, we will focus on looking to the future, which shifts our attention from the monotony of the mundane to something more meaningful: the WHY. The future becomes a moving target that gives us purpose and helps us manage our current state. Featuring Luther Brewster with a background in community development; he has worked both in the private and public sectors to achieve his life mission.

In July 2010, Dr. Brewster was a recipient of the prestigious Marshall Memorial Fellowship through the German Marshall Fund, bringing together Americans and Europeans to increase understanding and build transatlantic networks among the political, media, business, and nonprofit communities. He is a member of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Review Committee for Thoracic Surgery, former Chair of Miami Homes for All, and board member of Health Foundation of South Florida in Miami, Florida. Dr. Brewster also serves on the technical advisory committee for the Consortium for Resilient Gulf Communities, an initiative to assess and address the social, economic, and public health impacts of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico region.

Currently, Dr. Brewster serves as the Sr. Executive Dean for Community Health Innovation at Roseman University College of Medicine in Las Vegas, Nevada. In this role, he will oversee several community medicine and healthcare delivery initiatives for high-risk and medically underserved patient populations across Southern Nevada. The first of these initiatives will be “Roseman GENESIS,” a home-visitation approach that combines healthcare and social services provided in the home with advanced technology solutions.

Luther Brewster

Episode timeline

  • 00:00 Introduction
  • 00:00 Exploring the topic
  • 00:00 A word from our guest
  • 00:00 Closing remarks

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