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Watch, listen to or read the transcripts of inspirational interviews with medical mavericks, thought leaders and social commentators from around the world.

Heart of Healthcare Heart Based Medicine

    • Mentale Gesundheit

Watch, listen to or read the transcripts of inspirational interviews with medical mavericks, thought leaders and social commentators from around the world.

    What specific issues and challenges do women encounter as healthcare professionals?

    What specific issues and challenges do women encounter as healthcare professionals?

    In Part 2 of this discussion about the inherent gender bias within our profession, our panelists propose some positive solutions and talk about how the recent pandemic could be conducive to the societal shift that needs to happen. Join us as we question what it means to bring balanced feminine and masculine qualities into medicine.



    You can find more information about bringing more heart into healthcare at www.heartbasedmedicine.org. Have a question for Dr Jan or the team? Drop us an email at contact@heartbasedmedicine.org. Or subscribe to this platform for more podcast conversations. Thanks for listening and take care.

    • 42 Min.
    Do women naturally make better healthcare professionals?

    Do women naturally make better healthcare professionals?

    Cardiologist and professor Kavitha Chinnaiyan and Dr Dan Dinenberg enjoy a lively discussion with Dr Bonhoeffer about the potential of ungendered consciousness and how egoic identity can confuse and block progress within medicine today. Unicorns make an unlikely appearance too!



    You can find more information about bringing more heart into healthcare at www.heartbasedmedicine.org. Have a question for Dr Jan or the team? Drop us an email at contact@heartbasedmedicine.org. Or subscribe to this platform for more podcast conversations. Thanks for listening and take care.

    • 33 Min.
    The Mental Health Stigma

    The Mental Health Stigma

    This week's panellists are going deeper into coping strategies for preventing burnout and challenging the idea that healthcare professionals are expected to be superhuman. They discuss the necessity of pressing Ctrl-Alt-Del and why it's so important to take off your shoes! Join us to find out why.



    You can find more information about bringing more heart into healthcare at www.heartbasedmedicine.org. Have a question for Dr Jan or the team? Drop us an email at contact@heartbasedmedicine.org. Or subscribe to this platform for more podcast conversations. Thanks for listening and take care.

    • 32 Min.
    Why Not Prioritise Self-Care?

    Why Not Prioritise Self-Care?

    Looking at issues of mental health and self-sabotaging habits the panel ask whether healthcare professionals should be prioritising their own self-care. Special guest Dr Pete Churn and Dr Dan Dinenberg share their thoughts and methods for encouraging healthcare practitioners to become caretakers as well as caregivers so they can thrive under pressure.



    You can find more information about bringing more heart into healthcare at www.heartbasedmedicine.org. Have a question for Dr Jan or the team? Drop us an email at contact@heartbasedmedicine.org. Or subscribe to this platform for more podcast conversations. Thanks for listening and take care.

    • 31 Min.
    A Place for Intuition?

    A Place for Intuition?

    This week's panellists investigate how healthcare professionals are taught to diagnose and treat without necessarily understanding the human in front of them. They ask if pre-verbal intuition has been obscured by the focus on intellect.



    You can find more information about bringing more heart into healthcare at www.heartbasedmedicine.org. Have a question for Dr Jan or the team? Drop us an email at contact@heartbasedmedicine.org. Or subscribe to this platform for more podcast conversations. Thanks for listening and take care.

    • 30 Min.
    One Size Fits All?

    One Size Fits All?

    The panel discusses if a ‘one size fits all’ approach to medical training has any value for modern healthcare. They take a close look at how medical training could be improved and how objective data is valued above human observation and emotional intelligence which can forget that patients are unique human beings with accompanying life stories.



    You can find more information about bringing more heart into healthcare at www.heartbasedmedicine.org. Have a question for Dr Jan or the team? Drop us an email at contact@heartbasedmedicine.org. Or subscribe to this platform for more podcast conversations. Thanks for listening and take care.

    • 28 Min.