The Yale Healthcast collection is here to answer your every question on health, medicine and every day doctors visits.
University Campus Pandemic Preparedness
Dr. Jeffrey Koplan, M.D., M.P.H., Vice President of Academic Health Affairs at Emory University, speaks about the planning process for Universities to prepare themselves in the event of a bird flu or other pandemic. A Yale College graduate, Dr. Koplan is a widely recognized leader in the field of major public health disasters. He has previously served as the Director of the Centers of Disease Control and serves as a consultant to both the World Bank and the World Health Organization on public health programs.
New Initiatives at The Yale Health Plan
With a new state-of-the-art, patient-oriented facility on the horizon that will set the standard for other health care facilities, the Yale Health Plan is gearing up for some of the biggest changes in its 36-year history. The Yale Health Plan's Director Dr. Paul Genecin discusses these changes and how the Health Plan will continue its tradition of providing a personal touch to medical care.
Yale Healthcast: Clinical Preventive Services for Adults
Dr. Patricia Stumpf of the Yale Health Plan will discuss ways patients can prevent diseases and remain healthy.
Yale Healthcast: What is a Pap Smear?
What to expect at the first gynecological exam. What is pap smear and what are the benefits of both for the overall health of women? Dr. Adam Smith interviews Dr. David Roth about what to expect at the first gynecological exam and describes what a pap smear is and the benefits of gyn exams.
Yale Healthcast: Understanding Perimenopause
Dr. Ann Ross of the Yale Health Plan discusses symptoms and treatments for perimenopause.
Yale Healthcast: How to Prepare for a Complete Physical Exam
Dr. Adam Smith interviews Dr. Paul Genecin on what a complete physical exam is and how a patient can properly prepare for one.