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StoryCorps founder David Isay traveled to Utah where he met with healthcare providers, clinicians and caretakers to explain why storytelling can be a source of hope and healing. In partnership with Intermountain Healthcare, Utah Public Radio is bringing these storytelling conversations to you, centered around the healthcare industry. The conversations in these segments are unique to Utah. Support for programming on Utah Public Radio comes from Intermountain Healthcare , a Utah-based not-for-profit system of 24 hospitals, 215 clinics, 2,500 employed doctors and advanced practice providers, a health insurance company called SelectHealth, and other health services in Idaho, Utah, and Nevada.

Utah StoryCorps - Hope and Healing Utah Public Radio

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StoryCorps founder David Isay traveled to Utah where he met with healthcare providers, clinicians and caretakers to explain why storytelling can be a source of hope and healing. In partnership with Intermountain Healthcare, Utah Public Radio is bringing these storytelling conversations to you, centered around the healthcare industry. The conversations in these segments are unique to Utah. Support for programming on Utah Public Radio comes from Intermountain Healthcare , a Utah-based not-for-profit system of 24 hospitals, 215 clinics, 2,500 employed doctors and advanced practice providers, a health insurance company called SelectHealth, and other health services in Idaho, Utah, and Nevada.

    Hope And Healing: Lightening Burdens

    Hope And Healing: Lightening Burdens

    Holly Moss-Rosen found herself taking her son, Alex, for leukemia treatments at a Utah hospital where she also works and cares for children with the disease. Colleague Kiley Patáno found little ways to make this family’s burden a little lighter.

    • 3 min
    Hope And Healing: Giving Back After Healing

    Hope And Healing: Giving Back After Healing

    Bucked off her horse and lying in a dry creek bed, Marie Zaphiropoulos found herself with serious injuries to her forehead, ribs, and back. Marie recalls being greeted at a rural Utah hospital’s emergency department by a kind woman who went to work caring for Marie – even washing her hair. This sparked a desire inside Marie to give back to the hospital that took such good care of her.

    • 3 min
    Hope And Healing: Triathalons After Heart Surgery

    Hope And Healing: Triathalons After Heart Surgery

    Exercise physiologist Tiffany Gust’s mantra, “Play big—because you can and because you're worth it,” is reflected in her passion for triathlons and even a full-distance ironman. Then Tiffany had a series of mini-strokes and learned she had a hole in her heart. She was devastated, but came back strong, continuing her commitment to fitness and to inspiring others. Tiffany says to fellow caregiver Christy Lawson, “I know you would like to do a triathlon, and I would love to help you reach that goal

    • 5 min
    Hope And Healing: Breast Cancer Early Detection

    Hope And Healing: Breast Cancer Early Detection

    Yasmen Simonian has always used her voice for good, and going through breast cancer and a mastectomy helped her magnify that voice. In a conversation with radiologist Dr. Brett Parkinson, she explains she’s no longer afraid to do things—and how beating breast cancer has given her the liberty to be an advocate of early detection.

    • 4 min
    Hope And Healing: Heart Health And Diabeties

    Hope And Healing: Heart Health And Diabeties

    After being diagnosed as pre-diabetic, Jay Whatcott knew he needed to make changes, but he didn’t know where or how to start. He joined the100-day Heart Challenge at a Utah hospital, where he learned to exercise and eat healthy.

    • 3 min
    Hope and Healing: Colleagues Discuss Immigration, Connecting With Patients

    Hope and Healing: Colleagues Discuss Immigration, Connecting With Patients

    When Hernando Manrique came to Utah from Colombia, he didn’t know what to expect. But he found his way by continuing to drink his Colombian coffee, sharing his passion for soccer—ultimately meeting his wife through soccer—and using his roots to connect with Hispanic patients in his job as a security officer at a Utah hospital. Here, he shares his story with colleague Abram Jones.

    • 4 min

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