A podcast for anyone, especially students, interested in exploring a successful health or wellness career. The goal is to serve as a resource by which listeners will gain a deeper and more complete picture of the many and various health and wellness professions available to pursue. Professionals working in healthcare and wellness are interviewed from across the country. Each guest interviewee provides an authentic perspective of what it is really like to work in their field, explain why they chose that profession, and highlight the steps they took to become successful in their career. We examine each potential career as opportunity that could change the trajectory of your life! Your host is Dr. Richard Marn. He is double board-certified in anesthesiology and pediatric anesthesiology, who has practiced anesthesia in both academics and private practice. For more information visit: https://www.hcwithdrmarn.com
A Glimpse On The Life, Challenges, And Duties Of A Social Worker with Catherine Moore
Many people think of a social worker only as part of the child protection program. However, their duties are more complex than that. Joining Richard Marn, MD is social worker Catherine Moore to share her life that transcends beyond children services and into mental health, jail services, domestic work, and even social injustices. She also delves into the toxic work-life balance of people in her line of work, emphasizing how dangerous it is for their wellbeing to set aside mental breaks. Catherine even opens up about her most memorable and inspiring experiences as a social worker, touching the lives of people from their infancy all the way to the deathbed.
The Journey To Becoming A Respiratory Therapist With Aimee Eaton
With the unfortunate rise of lung-related conditions brought on partially by the pandemic, the need for respiratory therapists has never been more rampant. In this episode of Health Careers, Dr. Richard Marn is joined by Registered Respiratory Therapist Aimee Eaton. Aimee found her calling only after pursuing a different path, but she’s never looked back since! Join in on the conversation to find out how Aimee discovered her purpose and why respiratory therapy might be the career for you too! Plus, she explains how COVID exponentially increased the need for RRTs now and in the future. Stay tuned!
Helping Patients Recover With Music Therapy: A Conversation With Tim Ringgold
The great Bob Marley once said, “One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain,” and in modern medicine, we are now seeing the application of music to help patients on the road to recovery. Using music this way is called music therapy and in this special episode, our guest will talk all about it. Dr. Richard Marn sits down for an information-packed conversation with author, coach and music therapist, Tim Ringgold. Tim talks about the profession, how music therapy works and its benefits in helping patients on the road to wellness. Tune in and listen as Richard and Tim make beautiful music in this special episode.
The Gratifying Life Of A Nurse In The Intensive Care Unit With Tina Vinsant
What is it like to be a nurse in the Intensive Care Unit? It's exciting, gratifying, and exhausting. Enter Tina Vinsant, a Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit Nurse in Tennessee and Podcast Host of Good Nurse, Bad Nurse. Tina talks with Richard Marn, MD, about how a big part of being a nurse is to help people be comfortable with being vulnerable. It can be highly embarrassing for patients to have someone clean their bodies for them, and it's crucial to use your emotions to empathize with them. Join in the conversation to hear more stories of what happens behind the ICU curtain. Don't miss this episode!
How To Pursue A Career As An Equine Veterinarian With Stacey Cordivano
Are you looking to pursue a career in veterinary medicine? If you love horses, then being an equine veterinarian is the career for you! Today’s guest is Stacey Cordivano, owner of Clay Creek Equine Veterinary Services, LLC and host of The Whole Veterinarian Podcast. She shares her journey to becoming an equine veterinarian and what it takes to succeed in your degree. Having her own practice, Stacey offers insights on what it’s like to be a veterinarian and a business owner at the same time. Challenges are bound to arise in any business, but Stacey shares the benefits of practicing equine medicine even while juggling her life as a mom of two. Tune in for more on how to pursue a career as an equine veterinarian, from college to private practice, right here on Health Careers With Dr. Marn!
Exploring The Immense Benefits Of Art Therapy To Mental Health With Vicky Linnane
As mental health comes into the fore of mainstream conversation, unique methods of dealing with it are starting to gain recognition. Art therapy is one of these modalities. What does it entail and what potential does it hold for the future of mental health? Join Dr. Richard Marn and art therapist Vicky Linnane as they delve into the ins and outs of a career in art therapy. Vicky shares how she started her career, an overview of art therapy as a profession and the future outlook for art therapists. She talks about the best parts of her career and the highlights that people should know. She also cites examples of stories of the patients she took care of and how she helped them.
I love how Dr Marn takes his time to break down the tough and sometimes complicated conversations. This podcast gives a unique, and often overlooked insight into the possibilities within healthcare. I love it!
Informative and pleasant!
Thank you for interviewing Shaina Brickner! Very informative and so pleasant!
Health career with Dr Marn
Very very informative!! These guests are so inspiring and down to earth. Please put more podcasts out. Looking forward to listening your podcast Dr Marn.
Thank you for this insightful podcast.