59 episodios

I'm a third year medical student who lives with bipolar disorder. The mission of this podcast is to make listeners feel more comfortable discussing mental health. I'll share my own experiences and thoughts, but also interview other mental health advocates that have influenced my life. My life is easier living openly about my mental health, and I want to convince you to live the same way.

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I'm a third year medical student who lives with bipolar disorder. The mission of this podcast is to make listeners feel more comfortable discussing mental health. I'll share my own experiences and thoughts, but also interview other mental health advocates that have influenced my life. My life is easier living openly about my mental health, and I want to convince you to live the same way.

    58 - Yoga & Nutrition w/ Dr. Kathaleen Briggs Early

    58 - Yoga & Nutrition w/ Dr. Kathaleen Briggs Early

    Dr. Kathaleen Briggs Early is an expert in nutrition, obesity, diabetes, and metabolism. She currently teaches at PNWU, and also is a trained yoga teacher. We discuss how using yoga can help improve mental and physical health. We also discuss how eating healthy has shown to reduce stress and anxiety.

    • 50 min
    57 - Hitting a Wall in Medicine - Dr. Albert Brady

    57 - Hitting a Wall in Medicine - Dr. Albert Brady

    After a grueling series of patient deaths, Dr. Brady found himself unable to bring himself to work. He felt loss, depressed, and over medicine. He found himself retreating to Buddhist Seminary for a month of meditation and focus. Dr. Brady outlines how this break from medicine allowed him to provide better care for his patients. However, some of his colleagues felt this break was a flaw in character. Dr. Brady touches on how he remained balanced in the midst of constant stress throughout his career. He gives advice for medical students and residents on what values will led to a satisfying career. Dr. Albert Brady is an oncologist and professor at PNWU College of Osteopathic Medicine.

    • 44 min
    56 - From Catholic Priest to Medical Student, Ben Greene

    56 - From Catholic Priest to Medical Student, Ben Greene

    Ben Greene trained to become a Catholic Priest starting in high school, and spent some time at the Vatican in Rome. Ben always knew he wanted to serve and improve the lives of others. While in his mission in Mexico, he found himself contemplating his commitment to Catholicism. He decided he needed to find a new path, leave Christianity, and eventually pursue medicine. Ben and I discuss how religion and spirituality both help and hurt mental health. We talk about how we can be better physicians by being mindful of our patient's religious preferences.

    • 1h 12 min
    55 - Women in Academia w/ Dr. Oestreich, Dr. Randolph-Habecker, & Dr. Mapes

    55 - Women in Academia w/ Dr. Oestreich, Dr. Randolph-Habecker, & Dr. Mapes

    Sexual harassment is more prevalent in science and medicine. Over time, more women have entered into these fields, but unfortunately, we cannot assume their experience and safety has completely improved. Three of my favorite medical school professors, Dr. Oestreich, Dr. Randolph-Habecker, and Dr. Mapes discuss their personal experiences and take on why academia is different than other industries. We talk about sexual harassment on our campus and how we're trying to improve our medical school's culture. Plus, we tell perhaps the most awkward and hilarious story from my preclinical years.

    • 1h 7 min
    54 - Should Doctors Unionize with Dr. Mark Baldwin

    54 - Should Doctors Unionize with Dr. Mark Baldwin

    Dr. Mark Baldwin believes that doctors unionizing can help improve healthcare. Previously, hospital CEO were doctors, and now, most healthcare CEOs are business men and women with MBA degrees. Doctors often feel like a commodity in the healthcare system. We discuss how the healthcare system has changed throughout Dr. Baldwin's career. We discuss how politics are influencing changes in healthcare, and how doctors can help point this in the right direction.

    • 40 min
    53 - What is Hypomania?

    53 - What is Hypomania?

    I am interviewed about my most recent hypomanic episode in September 2019 by my friend, Chris. We discuss my transition into clinical medicine, and what symptoms I felt during my hypomanic episode. "Feeling energized and exhausted at the same time" is the best way I can describe this feeling. In the midst of creativity, joy, and inspirational, hypomania also makes me feel irrationally irritated and angered. I discuss how I've learned to expect and manage hypomania through exercise, sleep, stress management, and setting expectations.

    • 39 min

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