Aug 19, 2019
Turns out there are a lot of parallels between the issues affecting women in STEM in real life and those affecting women in STEM on TV and film. So in this episode, I explore the simultaneously fascinating and horrifying data pouring out of the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media. Here are the resources mentioned...
Aug 13, 2019
This week, I got a bird’s-eye view of how healthcare providers build – and erode – patient trust, so that’s what this episode is about. Here are the articles I reference, in rough order of how I mention them:
Aug 6, 2019
Did you know that 45% of nurses have been verbally harassed or bullied by other nurses? That’s according to a 2017 survey by employment agency RNnetwork. And nurses are not the only part of the healthcare world affected by bullying and cliques. In this episode of Leading with Health, I talk about my own experience...
Jul 29, 2019
The way we perceive our world influences our reality. For good or ill, we base our decisions on our perceptions, which can even alter the course of our lives. In this episode, I talk about the impact of our perceptions on healthcare and society as a whole.
Jul 22, 2019
An other-focused life improves health but our culture has gotten far away from that. What does it mean to focus on community health within a society that is focused so strongly on the individual? What is the health impact of our focus on individuals over community? In this podcast episode, I reference a few articles...