43 min

Interdisciplinary Insights: A Four-Dimensional Vision for Healthcare and Human Life The Good Question Podcast

    • Religion & Spirituality

Join us as we delve into the unique and insightful world of Jacob Kendall, the founder of Kendall Enterprises. With a lifetime of navigating his own complex medical care due to a congenital heart disorder diagnosed at age three and two open-heart surgeries to date, Jacob brings a deeply personal perspective on being a patient within the U.S. medical and healthcare system.
Frustrated by the system's shortcomings, particularly its lack of interdisciplinary care, Jacob is a passionate advocate for change. He believes we are four-dimensional beings living in a society that demands we operate in one dimension. The four-dimensional space lies within reach, and with it comes transformative benefits.
With degrees in biology, social work, public health, gerontology, and more, Jacob operates in a highly interdisciplinary space, promoting and fostering four-dimensional thinking.
Tune in to discover:
The common misconception about universal healthcare and why it’s based on illusory thinking The benefits of applying ecological theories and models to the social sciences How theological perspectives can impact the healthcare access problem The crucial metaphysical questions and conversations that arise at the end of life and the importance of equipping healthcare, hospice, and palliative care professionals to handle them The pitfalls of relying too heavily on medical perspectives of health while neglecting other  viewpoints Don't miss this compelling exploration of healthcare through the lens of four-dimensional thinking.
Press play and learn more at Jacob Evans Kendall.
Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/38oMlMr

Join us as we delve into the unique and insightful world of Jacob Kendall, the founder of Kendall Enterprises. With a lifetime of navigating his own complex medical care due to a congenital heart disorder diagnosed at age three and two open-heart surgeries to date, Jacob brings a deeply personal perspective on being a patient within the U.S. medical and healthcare system.
Frustrated by the system's shortcomings, particularly its lack of interdisciplinary care, Jacob is a passionate advocate for change. He believes we are four-dimensional beings living in a society that demands we operate in one dimension. The four-dimensional space lies within reach, and with it comes transformative benefits.
With degrees in biology, social work, public health, gerontology, and more, Jacob operates in a highly interdisciplinary space, promoting and fostering four-dimensional thinking.
Tune in to discover:
The common misconception about universal healthcare and why it’s based on illusory thinking The benefits of applying ecological theories and models to the social sciences How theological perspectives can impact the healthcare access problem The crucial metaphysical questions and conversations that arise at the end of life and the importance of equipping healthcare, hospice, and palliative care professionals to handle them The pitfalls of relying too heavily on medical perspectives of health while neglecting other  viewpoints Don't miss this compelling exploration of healthcare through the lens of four-dimensional thinking.
Press play and learn more at Jacob Evans Kendall.
Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/38oMlMr

43 min

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