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Leading with Health

Jun 24, 2019

Jennifer explores our healthcare system’s attitudes towards doctors with disabilities. This was inspired by the article, What Medicine Can Learn from Doctors and Researchers with Disabilities.

Highlights include:

8:29 – “You’re talking about a system that is all about healing that doesn’t actually value the...

Jun 17, 2019

21% of rural hospitals in the United States are at high risk of closing, according to a report by Navigant.

So, in this episode of Leading with Health, I speak with Sharon Crenshaw, who is on a mission is to reduce the amount of healthcare facilities closing and filing bankruptcy. Sharon is the founder of the Crenshaw...

Jun 10, 2019

Jennifer dives into the issues of gender and artificial intelligence by way of the UNESCO report, I’d Blush if I Could. She explores what it means for future technology that our biases seep into everything we create. 

Highlights address:

  • Flirtatious, female voice assistants and the biases they reinforce
  • Artificial...

Jun 3, 2019

Jennifer explores the impact of disbelieving or devaluing a patient’s experience. In particular, she contrasts this with new evidence showing the positive impact on patient outcomes that comes from providers showing compassion.

Highlights include:

  • A great new book you should read: Compassionomics by Anthony...