Moral Matters
Season 4 Summertime Wrap Up | Episode 40

Season 4 Summertime Wrap Up | Episode 40

June 30, 2022

As we conclude four seasons of Moral Matters, we reflect on what it means to "return to normal". Thank you for getting us to 21,000 downloads. We'll return at the end of the summer.

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Resources and Articles Mentioned:
        https://hiddenbrain.org/podcast/do-less/
        Subtract: The Untapped Science of Less: https://www.leidyklotz.com/
        The Good Jobs Strategy https://www.zeynepton.com/book/
        Blanchard & Burke Article: https://thehill.com/opinion/healthcare/599669-two-years-into-the-pandemic-and-our-health-care-workforce-is-still/
        April 30, 2020 article: https://www.statnews.com/2020/04/30/suicides-two-health-care-workers-hint-at-covid-19-mental-health-crisis-to-come/
        April 1, 2020 article: https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/927859

Thinking Globally, Acting Locally | Episode 39 | Dr. Blake Alkire

Thinking Globally, Acting Locally | Episode 39 | Dr. Blake Alkire

June 9, 2022

Dr. Blake Alkire MD MPH has studied the economics of global surgery for more than a decade. He never imagined when he started out that the same principles would be so critical for mitigating the risk of financial toxicity for his patients in Boston. He shares what he's learned, and how it's changed his practice.

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Being Advocates, Part 2 | Episode 38: Dr. Cadey Harrel MD and Dr. Brad Dreifuss MD

Being Advocates, Part 2 | Episode 38: Dr. Cadey Harrel MD and Dr. Brad Dreifuss MD

May 26, 2022
Drs. Cadey Harrel and Brad Dreifuss are physicians, educators, and advocates. In the second part of our conversation with Dr. Harrel and Dr. Dreifuss, we delve into specific details of their advocacy work, and discuss actionable steps for others looking to advocate.
 
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Becoming Advocates, Part 1 | Episode 37: Dr. Cadey Harrel MD and Dr. Brad Dreifuss MD

Becoming Advocates, Part 1 | Episode 37: Dr. Cadey Harrel MD and Dr. Brad Dreifuss MD

May 12, 2022
Drs. Cadey Harrel and Brad Dreifuss are physicians, educators, and advocates. In Part 1 of our conversation, they share what drew them to advocacy work and where they’re making change.
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Getting Clinicians and Administrators on the Same Side | Episode36: Leslie Flores, MHA, SFHM

Getting Clinicians and Administrators on the Same Side | Episode36: Leslie Flores, MHA, SFHM

April 28, 2022

Leslie Flores, MHA, SFHM brings a healthcare administrator’s perspective to a conversation about how to move forward in uncertain times. She shares ideas for both clinicians and administrators about how to break down barriers, so they can start coproducing solutions.

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Advocating from the ER: Episode 35 | Priya Mammen, MD, MPH

Advocating from the ER: Episode 35 | Priya Mammen, MD, MPH

March 28, 2022

Priya Mammen, MD, MPH practices emergency medicine and advocates for legislative changes based on the patterns she sees in her practice. She shares the power that story-telling, curiosity, humility, courage, and collaboration have in her efforts.

 

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Testimony | Episode 34: MIHC

Testimony | Episode 34: MIHC

March 11, 2022

In late February, 2020, MIHC testified before the New York City Council about the safety of NYC emergency rooms, days before the first case of COVID-19 was diagnosed in the city. 

In this episode we're reflecting on what was true then, where we are now, and what's next.

 

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Reflecting on Medicine | Episode 33: Claire Unis

Reflecting on Medicine | Episode 33: Claire Unis

February 25, 2022

Claire Unis MD, got her MFA while in medical school to keep her accountable for writing about that experience. Now, she is a practicing pediatrician, and shares with us how she also uses her love of writing to help colleagues process and reflect on the work they do.

 

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Just in Case Supply Chains | Episode 32: Rudolf Leuschner

Just in Case Supply Chains | Episode 32: Rudolf Leuschner

February 10, 2022

Professor Rudolph Leuschner talks with us about the unique aspects of the healthcare supply chain in the US, why it was - and still is - vulnerable to pandemic disruptions, and what changes might make the system more resilient in a crisis. Professor Leuschner is an Associate Professor in the department of Supply Chain Management and the Program Director for the online Master of Science in Supply Chain Management program at Rutgers Business School.

 
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Add Value not Burden | Episode 31 -CMEfy

Add Value not Burden | Episode 31 -CMEfy

January 28, 2022

What if you could get CME for a conversation with a colleague, or for listening to a podcast? In this episode, Niraj Swami and Brian Cohen discuss how physicians can take back CME, earning credit for the everyday learning they do already, for a nominal cost.

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