Hear from doctors that are knowledgeable, relatable and bringing you the information you need to live a smarter, healthier life. Each episode you can expect an in-depth discussion about health trends with everyday-life application.
the Vaccine Hesitancy & Equity episode
As the Delta variant continues to spread, infection rates are increasing, especially for people who are not vaccinated. Additionally, Black, Hispanic and Arabic communities still remain less likely to receive the vaccine compared to other communities, leaving them more vulnerable. In this episode, we're discussing COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and equity.
the Back To School 2021 episode
With so many children yet to be vaccinated or eligible and the rise of more transmissible COVID-19 variants, many parents, students and teachers may be wondering what the coming school year will look like. Dr. Gilpin discusses precautions and vaccine safety with a pediatric infectious disease specialist and then dives into the psychosocial and mental health impact of in-person learning.
the COVID-19 Update: Summer Edition episode
Drs. Gilpin and Skrzynski discuss where things currently stand with COVID-19, including what kinds of activities we should be doing this summer to keep ourselves and our loved ones safe, how we're doing with vaccination rates and is another surge likely. We've got those answers and more on this summertime edition of the Beaumont HouseCall Podcast.
the Labor & Delivery: Making Shared Decisions episode
Why is shared decision-making so important in pregnancy and childbirth? Dr. Kurt Wharton, a Beaumont OB-GYN, joins the podcast to explain what shared decision-making is, its benefits, and the latest on COVID-19 vaccines and pregnancy.
the Children & COVID-19 Vaccines episode
The first COVID-19 vaccine has been approved for 12 to 15 year olds and understandably parents have questions - How safe are the vaccines? Are the vaccines necessary? Dr. Bishara Freij, Beaumont Children's Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, joins the podcast to answer these questions and more.
Special Episode: COVID-19 Vaccines & Pregnancy
Dr. Kurt Wharton, Beaumont OB-GYN, joins the HouseCall Podcast to debunk rumors surrounding the COVID-19 vaccines and pregnancy, including misinformation on infertility, breastfeeding and more.
Loneliness talk -Dr Shajahan
Very good talk... loneliness obviously not a matter to be ignored or overlooked!
Why does the director of infection control and prevention not have a clean shaved face? You can’t properly wear PPE correctly with that scrabbled facial hair. Get a clean shaved face Nick! Also, go to great clips to get a haircut too. It looks like you’ve been assaulted by a Flowbee hair cutter.
As a mom of three, I juggle a lot... and am at a loss for understanding health care for my kids and my own parents. So far, these podcasts had some really useful information. Sports medicine, loneliness, infectious disease were my favorites of the first five.