The Historical Wisdom Podcast is a conversation with Native Americans living in Inland Southern California about their health experiences and what health care providers should know about how history affects physical health, well-being, and daily interactions. We focus on the concept of historical trauma in the hopes that sharing this information will turn into knowledge and then into wisdom that can transform the delivery of health care. The Historical Wisdom Podcast is produced by the Chihuum Piiuywmk Inach/Gathering of Good Minds Project, a collaboration between Riverside/San Bernardino Indian Health, Inc. and the University of California, Riverside. Our project is funded by an Engagement Award from the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute. For more information visit us at https://GoGM.live
Season 1 Closing Episode
Season 1 of the Historical Wisdom Podcast has come to an end. In this closing episode, we will hear a recap of previous episodes, important takeaways, useful resources for more learning, and a conversation with family physician Dr. Opsahl on her...
So, What Did You Think?
So, What did you think? is a response to our first episode "Our Voices". Our guests identified their own struggles that were similar to what they heard, identified issues that we were missing, and highlighted parts of the conversation where they thought...
This episode focuses on providers “shock” when they begin working for Indian health. Healthcare providers often report experiencing a large number of patients with high rates of diabetes, high blood pressure, substance use, depressions and more. Our...
Thoughts about Covid-19
This episode shares conversations with community members on how they are experiencing sheltering-in-place and health care during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Temecula Treaty
One of the most important treaties in California history is the Treaty of Temecula. The Treaty of Temecula is one of 18 unratified treaties between the United States and California tribes. In our conversation with Sean Milanovich we learn that due to...