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Scientists are human, too. So are therapists and doctors. Come join us as we tell human stories of both setbacks and successes and the kind of wisdom that only comes from failing the first time.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 27 Ratings

Scientists are human, too. So are therapists and doctors. Come join us as we tell human stories of both setbacks and successes and the kind of wisdom that only comes from failing the first time.

    20 - Season 1 in Review

    20 - Season 1 in Review

    This special episode is our last for the season. There’s no guest interview; instead, we’ve selected the very best soundbites from the season and took some time as a team to reflect on all of the conversations we had with the wonderful guests on the...

    • 42 min
    19 - André Picard: Swallowing an Elephant

    19 - André Picard: Swallowing an Elephant

    Health journalist, André Picard, joins us to discuss his accidental journey into a journalism career, solving big problems with pragmatism and patience, the responsibility to listen to and share stories, and so much more!André Picard is a health...

    • 53 min
    18 - Diana Burchell: Sharing Experiences

    18 - Diana Burchell: Sharing Experiences

    Diana Burchell, MA, OCT, joins us to discuss her transition from a teaching career to a doctoral research program, her personal experiences with disability and accessibility services, her involvement in starting a virtual peer support community amidst...

    • 50 min
    17 - Dr. Todd Cunningham: A Better Way Forward

    17 - Dr. Todd Cunningham: A Better Way Forward

    Todd Cunningham, Ph.D, CPsych, joins us to discuss his research in assistive technology and academic interventions, his journey into the field, his reflections on using technology to make the field of psychology more equitable and accessible, and so...

    • 56 min
    16 - Dr. Jonathan Weiss: Nobody Does it Alone

    16 - Dr. Jonathan Weiss: Nobody Does it Alone

    Jonathan Weiss, Ph.D., CPsych, joins us to discuss connectedness, listening carefully to your inner compass, the tremendous value of giving one's time for volunteerism, and so much more!Dr. Weiss is a clinical psychologist and an associate professor in...

    • 53 min
    15 - Dr. Yonah Krakowsky: Far From Perfect

    15 - Dr. Yonah Krakowsky: Far From Perfect

    Yonah Krakowsky, MD, FRCSC, joins us to discuss his work as the director of the Transition-Related Surgery Program at Women’s College Hospital, religion and the ways in which it enriches both his practice and his life, experiences telling stories on...

    • 57 min

Customer Reviews

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27 Ratings

27 Ratings

AcademicMom37 ,

Awesome work

I love the mission and motive of this podcast. This is an incredible team of young people working to humanize health care providers and scientists. Worth a listen - looking forward to more episodes!

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