July 1st: the day when everyone in medical training gets a new job. On this episode, we speak with Sasha, an OB-GYN resident, and Lea, a radiology attending, about how they have weathered the ups and downs of transitions at various stages in the medical life cycle. https://open.spotify.com/episode/0nBXruZQ1Qe4VUzqPU2Fv4?si=0LFyl0QIRnCufFnucdFpOA
Episode 2.1: From the Front Lines
News around the world tells the story of how the COVID-19 epidemic has changed all of our lives. But how does it feel for those working in the heart of healthcare? Gaby, a pulmonary and critical care fellow, inspires us with her bravery and clarity of purpose, and we consider how it feels personally to be sick,… Continue reading Episode 2.1: From the Front Lines
Episode 5: Doctor’s Orders
Why is it so hard to take our own good advice about maintaining health? We talk to Barbara, an internal medicine physician about nutrition, and consider why doctors don’t take their own advice about sleep and exercise and other good habits
Episode 4: Normal People
At some point in their education, doctors start talking about “normal people” with a mixture of envy and curiosity. Why do doctors feel this distance from others, and from the parts of their own selves outside of their profession? We talk to Nicole, Sarah and Emma, three OBGYN residents at different stages of training about… Continue reading Episode 4: Normal People
Episode 3: How much time do I have, doctor?
Fictional accounts of medical encounters often feature the conversation when a patient asks their doctor to predict the outcome of their disease. Doctors in real life have to answer these questions, too, but without the benefit of a pre-written script. Thinking about prognostication means trying to answer difficult questions, but more importantly trying to get… Continue reading Episode 3: How much time do I have, doctor?