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Stories about creativity in medicine. Read more stories of creativity in medicine at our website, www.doctorswhocreate.com

Stories about creativity in medicine. Read more stories of creativity in medicine at our website, www.doctorswhocreate.com

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United States

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Stories about creativity in medicine. Read more stories of creativity in medicine at our website, www.doctorswhocreate.com

Language:

English


Episodes

#28 Baby Doctor Mamas

7/3/2020
In this episode, Doctors Who Create founder Dr. Vidya Viswanathan sits down with Dr. Diana Montoya-Williams and Dr. Joanna Parga-Belinkie to discuss the making of their podcast on medicine and motherhood, Baby Doctor Mamas (https://babydoctormamas.com/). The episode was edited by Darlina Liu. At Doctors Who Create, our podcasts are brought to you by Darlina Liu and Shiv Nadkarni. Music for this episode is credited to the band, Nightfloat. As always, please tweet us (@doctorscreate) with any...

Duration:00:44:12

In Solidarity with Black Lives Matter

6/5/2020
Breonna Taylor would be turning 27 today if she hadn't been killed by police in a no-knock raid on March 13. Racism is a public health crisis. We as healthcare providers have a moral imperative to address it. Doctors Who Create stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. Here are some ways you can help: Educate yourselves. Learn more about the history of racism in our country. If you need a starting point, this curriculum has great resources that you can follow for the month...

Duration:00:10:40

#27 COVID Creativity

5/1/2020
In this episode, Dr. David Hindin shares his experience as a Biodesign Innovation Fellow at Stanford and teaches us how to apply the principles of design thinking to solve problems in the time of COVID-19. You can find more from Dr. Hindin on Twitter (@DavidHindin), Instagram (@thesurgeonlife), or his YouTube channel! At Doctors Who Create, our podcasts are brought to you by Darlina Liu and Shiv Nadkarni. Music for this episode is credited to the band, Nightfloat. As always, please tweet us...

Duration:00:21:56

#26 Under the Surface: Health Disparities in Medicine

4/3/2020
In this episode, we talk to Max Jordan Nguemeni Tiako, an MS-4 at Yale, who writes and speaks about health disparities, social determinants of health, and issues of race and diversity within the medical curriculum. If you like what you hear, be sure to follow Max on Twitter @MaxJordan_N or listen to his podcast, Flip the Script, at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/flip-the-script/id1479201110 At Doctors Who Create, our podcasts are brought to you by Darlina Liu and Shiv Nadkarni. Music...

Duration:00:20:40

#25 Seriously Fun Games

3/6/2020
In this episode, we discuss how to create serious games for medical education with Dr. Michael Cosimini. Learn more about his card game, Empiric, which teaches about guideline based antibiotic selection in pediatrics. More information at @EmpiricGame or @ MichaelCosimini on Twitter or at EmpiricGame.com At Doctors Who Create, our podcasts are brought to you by Darlina Liu and Shiv Nadkarni. Music for this episode is credited to the band, Nightfloat. As always, please tweet us...

Duration:00:17:08

#24 Sleep Talk with Guy Leschziner

2/7/2020
This month, Shiv sits down with Dr. Guy Leschziner, a consultant neurologist at Guy's & St. Thomas' Hospitals. A specialist in sleep, Guy has also worked across various media: he's been featured on BBC's Mysteries of Sleep podcast and on channel 4's The Secrets of Sleep, has written a book, and has most recently collaborated with artists on an exhibit at the Science Gallery in London. Listen as he shares his experience educating the public in this unique way. At Doctors Who Create, our...

Duration:00:16:34

#23 Creativity in Private Practice

1/3/2020
Join us in this candid episode about all the creativity that goes behind creating a private practice and about the ways that Dr. Dana Wang thinks about art in her design of Rivia Medical and her practice of psychiatry. More information about Rivia Medical can be found here: https://riviamedical.com/ At Doctors Who Create, our podcasts are brought to you by Darlina Liu and Shiv Nadkarni. Music for this episode is credited to the band, Nightfloat. As always, please tweet us (@doctorscreate)...

Duration:00:22:45

#22 Medicine Unboxed

12/6/2019
"The purpose of poetry is to remind us how difficult it is to remain just one person." -Czeslaw Milosz Hello from London! This month, we sit down with Dr. Sam Guglani, poet, writer, and oncologist here in the UK. Sam is also the director and founder of Medicine Unboxed, which is a conference for health professionals and the public to use the arts and humanities to explore medicine, life, and death. Listen as we discuss how valuing literature, poetry, and the arts can lead to better...

Duration:00:20:24

#21 Dr Mini Mental Health

11/1/2019
In this episode, we spoke with Dr. Mini Tandon, a child psychiatrist who wrote a children's picture book series about the adventures of Dr. Mini Mental Health and the young Willie Wannaknow. Wanna know more? Read about her book series here: http://www.drminimentalhealth.com At Doctors Who Create, our podcasts are brought to you by Darlina Liu and Shiv Nadkarni. Music for this episode is credited to the band, Nightfloat. As always, please tweet us (@doctorscreate) with any questions,...

Duration:00:17:30

#20 Meet The Producers

10/4/2019
At Doctors Who Create, our podcasts are brought to you by Darlina Liu (@darlinaliu) and Shiv Nadkarni (@_shivn). But who are they really?! In this special episode, we're taking you behind the scenes to meet the producers, hear about their own creative passions, and get a heads up about their plans for this podcast. Music for this episode is credited to the band, Nightfloat. As always, please tweet us (@doctorscreate) with any questions, comments, or feedback!

Duration:00:20:52

#19 Musician First, Physician Second

9/6/2019
As people from all walks of life enter the medical field, how do they grapple with having their lives taken over by the arduous but rewarding monster that is medicine? How do they build upon their previous identities without erasing them? Listen as we discuss these questions and more with musician-ENT Tiffany Peng-Hwa, who entered the field as a trumpeter and teacher, and now uses her identity as a physician to increase her impact. At Doctors Who Create, our podcasts are brought to you by...

Duration:00:15:45

#18 Brain Scanning Spirituality

7/5/2019
This week, we hear from a doc who is and has been doing some really interesting research in neurotheology, a field that studies the neuroscience of religious and spiritual beliefs. This director of integrative health at Jefferson University Hospital will tell us how he came to these interests, what they mean for his life and medical practice, and what they mean for humanity. Let’s sit down with Dr. Andrew Newberg to hear what he has to say. At Doctors Who Create, our podcasts are brought to...

Duration:00:22:57

#17 D.D.R. (Dance Doctors Revolution)

6/28/2019
In the last episode of this month’s Spotlight Series, we don’t dance around the subject… we’re talking about how knowledge about movement can influence our practice of medicine. In this episode, we interviewed Nina Shevzov-Zebrun and Dr. Elizabeth Barchi about their plan to teach others about movement and medicine and we interviewed Marleigh Stern who created a documentary about creatives in medicine during medical school and her inspiration from her own dance background. Thanks to Darlina...

Duration:00:27:30

#16 The Art of Medicine

6/21/2019
Since starting medical school, I’ve begun seeing biology and medicine in art everywhere I look: at the MoMa, Cooper Hewitt Design Museum, even the random art galleries in Chelsea… I see folded proteins and cells and viruses. In Episode 3 of our Spotlight Series, we are going to talk about how art and medicine go hand in hand. From the work of Dr. Mike Natter to making murals in a hospital waiting room to learning Art & Anatomy with Laura Ferguson, we can paint a colorful picture about the...

Duration:00:29:46

#15 Writing to Heal (Part 2)

6/14/2019
Welcome to Episode 2 of our Spotlight Series, where we will be discussing the many ways that doctors and doctors-in-training can hone their writing skills, outside of clinical notes. In Part One, Dr. Colleen Farrell speaks candidly about her journey through writing and medicine, including her experience with writing about mental health, the confidence gap she witnessed in clinical medicine which inspired her Rudin Fellowship Project, and the essence of storytelling. Thanks to Darlina Liu for...

Duration:00:27:08

#14 Healing to Write (Part 1)

6/14/2019
Welcome to Episode 2 of our Spotlight Series, where we will be discussing the many ways that doctors and doctors-in-training can hone their writing skills, outside of clinical notes. In Part One, we share some six word stories from fourth year medical students, a project coordinated by Max Wang and others from the NYU Gold Humanism Society. Eli Cahan, an editor of Agora, NYU Medicine’s arts and literary magazine, discusses receiving feedback for work in journalism. And Dr. Jules Lipoff...

Duration:00:21:25

#13 IMPROVing our skills

6/7/2019
We're kicking off our Spotlight Series on the NYU School of Medicine with a spotlight on improv and medicine! In this episode, we interviewed Nick Kanellis who taught a "Medical Improv" seminar and his students who shared about their experiences. Listen to learn more about improv games you can play to improv-e your skills with patients. Thanks to Darlina Liu for producing this episode, to our podcast leads, Shiv and Darlina, and the band Night Float for providing our music. This episode was...

Duration:00:17:15

#12 Why Doctors Write: #MedHumChat Live!

5/3/2019
At the inaugural Creativity in Medicine Conference held in Philadelphia on April 20, 2019, we hosted a live podcast taping of the #MedHumChat. Listen to the discussion between Dr. Colleen Farrell, Dr. Margot Hedlin, Grace Oliver, and the med twitterverse as they discuss Rafael Campo's poem "Why Doctors Write" and the role of social media in medicine. Thanks to Dr. Colleen Farrell, Dr. Margot Hedlin, and Grace Oliver for sharing, to Darlina Liu for producing this episode, to our podcast...

Duration:00:38:42

#11 Undocumented But Not Forgotten

3/8/2019
Presenting the first episode of a collaboration between Doctors Who Create and Equal Treatment, a medical educational platform that brings awareness to health care issues involving race, immigration, and underserved populations. In this episode, we interview Dr. Oanh Nguyen at UCSF about the implications of adverse health outcomes and costs in undocumented immigrant population with end-stage renal disease. Thanks to Amanda Labora and Hattie Huston-Paterson for conducting this interview and...

Duration:00:33:55

#10 Cannabis, Love, and Other Drugs

2/8/2019
In this DWC podcast, we hear from psychopharmacologist, psychiatrist, musician, and drug legalization advocate Dr. Julie Holland. She takes us through the whirlwind that is writing her fourth book, talks about her experience being a physician in the media, and tells us the whole truth about cannabis and other drugs. Thanks to Shiv Nadkarni for conducting and producing this interview, our podcast leads, Shiv and Darlina, and the band Night Float (formerly, Trisomy Rescue) and AShamaluevMusic...

Duration:00:29:16