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Examining the interface between healthcare and society, with thought leaders from across the spectrum.

Explore The Space Mark Shapiro MD

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Examining the interface between healthcare and society, with thought leaders from across the spectrum.

    Richard Horton On The Lancet & Social Change

    Richard Horton On The Lancet & Social Change

    "It was a thinking about how we could use a journal as an instrument for social change"



    Dr. Richard Horton is a physician & the Editor-in-Chief of The Lancet. He joins to discuss the extraordinary path towards social change this massively influential journal is walking, why physicians have an obligation to engage in nonviolent protest around climate change, & how he seeks to make the advancement of science for the good of society a primary goal amidst the commercialization of science



    Here is a link to all of the climate change-related episodes of Explore The Space Podcast.



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    Key Learnings



    1. The meaning of responsibility and legacy



    2. How The Lancet is reinventing itself as an instrument of social change and social action



    3. Recognizing that climate change is the greatest existential threat we face



    4. The long record of The Lancet advocating for physicians participating in peaceful, nonviolent protest



    5. Dr. Horton's statement on physician's responsibility around climate change



    6. How the National Health Service (NHS) is hardwired into the British mindset



    7. Health, connection, and solidarity



    8. Cross-over appeal and how The Lancet is seeking a broader audience and leverage social change



    9. Hearing from people in China about coronavirus and the importance of elevating those voices in The Lancet



    10. The importance of combining political power with evidence to leverage social change



    11. Have any editors from other medical journals reached out to learn from The Lancet?



    12. Wherein the founding documents of The Enlightenment are referenced



    13. Moving away from the commercialization of science and towards Enlightenment aspirations of advancing the well-being of society.



    14. Richard's interest in examining the impact of capitalism on human health



    Links



    Twitter @richardhorton1, @thelancet



    The Lancet Countdown report for 2020



    #thelancet, #journal, #climatechange, #climateemergency, #coronavirus, #health, #coronavirus, #podcast, #podcasting, #healthcare, #digitalhealth, #health, #leadership, #mentorship, #coaching, #FOAmed, #doctor, #nurse, #meded, #education, #hospital, #hospitalist, #innovation, #innovate, #medicalstudent, #medicalschool, #resident, #physician

    • 35 min
    Introducing Coda 2020 With Jesse Spurr & Courtney Howard

    Introducing Coda 2020 With Jesse Spurr & Courtney Howard

    "Action feels better than anxiety"



    Jesse Spurr is an ICU nurse, Dr. Courtney Howard is an Emergency physician, and they are both essential parts of a new international healthcare conference: Coda 2020. We discuss both why and how Coda will focus on climate change, the unique approach to information sharing and collaboration it will engender, and just what is at stake.



    Coda 2020 is going to be very special, and I am honored to announce that I will be participating as a member of the conference faculty. Please check out the website and stand by to register! Registration goes live on April 1, 2020. Coda takes place in Melbourne, Australia from Sept 28-Oct 2, 2020.



    Click here for the archive of climate change-related episodes on Explore The Space Podcast



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    Key Learnings



    1. The resonance of viewing Earth as our sick patient in need of resuscitation



    2. How Courtney learned about the connection between climate change & human health



    3. Solistalgia and eco-anxiety



    4. The origins of Coda as a collaboration to tackle global health issues starting with climate change and the excitement it engenders



    5. How climate change can impact both health and health care systems and the thrill of engaging across disciplines to help solve the problem



    6. Getting out of echo chambers and creating a diverse audience so Coda has a profound ripple effect.



    7. The irreverent, iconoclastic style of the conference & The Four Pillars of Coda



    8. Strategies for keeping the  call to action from Coda sticky and resonant when we get home



    9. What's actually going to happen in the day to day at Coda, and why you should come



    Links



    Twitter @courtghoward @codachange @inject_orange



    Coda 2020 homepage



    Courtney's website



    #Coda, #SMACC, #climate, #climatechange, #conferences, #CME, #Melbourne, #international, #ecoanxiety, #podcast, #podcasting, #healthcare, #digitalhealth, #health, #leadership, #mentorship, #coaching, #FOAmed, #doctor, #nurse, #meded, #education, #hospital, #hospitalist, #innovation, #innovate, #medicalstudent, #medicalschool, #resident, #physician

    • 38 min
    Mitochondrial Eve On Transparency

    Mitochondrial Eve On Transparency

    "It's really hard to look someone else in the eyes and say hey, here's this moment for me that I'm broken about"



    Mitochondrial Eve (not their real name) is a Critical Care RN and a prominent voice in the medical Twittersphere #MedTwitter. We discuss the concept of transparency on social media juxtaposed with transparency in the clinical setting.



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    Key Learnings



    1. Why Eve stays anonymous on Twitter



    2. Navigating boundaries with patient and members of the care team



    3. The importance of understanding transference when caring for patients



    4. Leveraging personal experience to enhance communication with patients and families while respecting one's own personal boundaries



    5. The power of stillness and being able to absorb



    6. How Eve responds when someone shares a personal or difficult thing with them via social media



    7. Whether Eve writes on social media spontaneously or crafted before posting



    8. #BakingWithEve, #BreadThreads and the wonder of baking bread



    9. Eve's apex breads



    10. Coffee and Aeropress vs French Press



    Links



    Twitter @browofjustice



    Eve's article "I Will Not Cry"



    Eve's favorite #BakingWithEve Twitter thread



    #transparency, #criticalcare, #nurse, #nursing, #podcast, #podcasting, #healthcare, #digitalhealth, #health, #leadership, #mentorship, #coaching, #FOAmed, #doctor, #nurse, #meded, #education, #hospital, #hospitalist, #innovation, #innovate, #medicalstudent, #medicalschool, #resident, #physician

    • 39 min
    Ariela Marshall On Physician Infertility

    Ariela Marshall On Physician Infertility

    "The only way that we can break down these barriers, that we can decrease the stigma associated with infertility is to actually talk about it"



    Dr. Ariela Marshall is an Associate Professor of Medicine & Hematology at Mayo Clinic, she joins us to discuss the issue of physician fertility. 1 out of 4 female physicians deals with fertility issues (1 out of 4!) yet this issue is barely discussed or worked on. Ariela co-authored an outstanding paper "Physician Fertility, A Call To Action"; we discuss the genesis of this work, the causes behind the issue and barriers to progress, as well as solid thoughts on moving forward. 



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    Key Learnings



    1. The desire to draw awareness to the subject of physician fertility



    2. Why Ariela and her co-authors shared their own histories of infertility in the article



    3. How the article has helped people begin to talk about physician fertility



    4. Why there is a culture of silence around physician infertility & the impact of societal stigma



    5. Speculation around reasons for the increased occurrence of infertility amongst female physicians



    6. What is the the low-hanging fruit to move the needle on this issue and provide the necessary infrastructure for support



    7. Engaging with men around infertility



    8. Inclusivity, social media, and building awareness through storytelling



    9. The staggering difficulties and barriers women physicians face when trying to overcome infertility issues while still practicing medicine



    10. The importance of leadership in changing the environment around physician infertility



    11. Which journals rejected the article



    Links



    Twitter @AMarshallMD



    "Physician Fertility: A Call To Action"



    Arghavan Salles' article in Time Magazine 



    #infertility, #IVF, #genderequity, #stigma, #inclusion, #podcast, #podcasting, #healthcare, #digitalhealth, #health, #leadership, #mentorship, #coaching, #FOAmed, #doctor, #nurse, #meded, #education, #hospital, #hospitalist, #innovation, #innovate, #medicalstudent, #medicalschool, #resident, #physician

    • 39 min
    Fred Guttenberg On Activism After Parkland

    Fred Guttenberg On Activism After Parkland

    "I've lost the capacity for fear and anxiety. I just have this desire, this mission, this need."



    Fred Guttenberg became an impactful & important activist against gun violence in the immediate aftermath of his 14 year old daughter Jaime's murder in the 2018 Parkland school shooting. We discuss how he stepped into his activist role, how he embraces connection, and how he has shed fear to do this work. We also dive into Orange Ribbons For Jaime and its remarkable upcoming fundraiser



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    The Explore The Space Podcast archive of episodes on gun violence



    Key Learnings



    1. Where we are now as a nation around the subject of gun violence



    2. How Fred became such an incredibly effective advocate in the immediate aftermath of Jaime's murder



    3. Shedding fear and anxiety and engaging with "very significant" people



    4. Who are Fred's allies in his work and what he believes draws them



    5. Connection as a tool and the value of being open to new people



    6. Why Fox Network won't have Fred on their air



    7. The growth and importance of physicians and healthcare professionals joining into advocacy work around gun safety



    8. The origins and vision of Orange Ribbons For Jaime



    Links



    Twitter @fred_guttenberg @Ribbons4Jaime



    Fred's Parkland Vigil speech



    The upcoming Orange Ribbons For Jaime fundraising event 



    #gunviolence, #guns, #Parkland, #advocacy, #OrangeRibbonsForJaime, #podcast, #podcasting, #healthcare, #digitalhealth, #health, #leadership, #mentorship, #coaching, #FOAmed, #doctor, #nurse, #meded, #education, #hospital, #hospitalist, #innovation, #innovate, #medicalstudent, #medicalschool, #resident, #physician

    • 40 min
    Judy Melinek & TJ Mitchell On “First Cut” & Collaboration

    Judy Melinek & TJ Mitchell On “First Cut” & Collaboration

    "We never cut corners on the science"



    Dr. Judy Melinek is a forensic pathologist and TJ Mitchell is a professional writer. Together they have released their second book, "First Cut" and they join to discuss the fun and power of collaboration in creating this wonderful book. This episode is packed with incredible insights around collaboration, creativity, and having fun with the process. No spoilers about "First Cut", so definitely go read it for yourself!



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    Key Learnings



    1. What being on a press junket is like and the fun of #MOTTIRL (Met on Twitter, then in real life)



    2. How collaboration drove the creation of "First Cut"



    3. The importance of tempo, reading aloud, & food in an effective collaboration



    4. Bringing a strong sense of reality into a work of fiction



    5. 7 CSI fails and how TV and movies get it wrong



    6. Who Judy thinks is the archetype forensic pathologist (this is a great call)



    7. Accurately reflecting what living in San Francisco looks and feels like



    8. How Judy's commitment to public health informs her storytelling, and her reflections around #ThisIsOurLane



    Links



    Twitter: @drjudymelinek, @TJMitchellWS



    #collaboration, #fiction, #creativewriting, #forensics, #forensicpathology, #pathology, #podcast, #podcasting, #healthcare, #digitalhealth, #health, #leadership, #mentorship, #coaching, #FOAmed, #doctor, #nurse, #meded, #education, #hospital, #hospitalist, #innovation, #innovate, #medicalstudent, #medicalschool, #resident, #physician

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