Conversations with students, teachers, and professionals on the
importance of continuous learning in health care and beyond.
Angie Sørensen didn’t always plan on a career in health, but her passion for helping others and her interest in the human body led her to pursue an unexpected path. Angie took time out from her work as a health coach and podcast host to share her professional journey and explain how taking on new educational challenges has benefited her career.
Kate McDonnell-Dowling’s interest in pharmacology has taken her around the world, in classrooms and clinics from Ireland to Australia to the United States. She is currently a lecturer in biological chemistry and molecular pharmacology at Harvard Medical School, where she leads courses as part of the HMX online learning team.
Lena Levin has been a successful medical device entrepreneur for over a decade - but it wasn't always obvious what her path would be. In this episode, she talks about how she makes space for continuous learning while also running a company full-time.
Lina Scroggins has held a variety of roles during her time at Google, with one common thread being continuous learning. In this episode, she shares her approach to professional development for herself and for colleagues, and why she finds her psychology degree to be useful in the tech world.
Dr. Francisco Borja has studied a range of topics, from medicine to public health to business to law. In this episode, he shares what keeps him motivated, how he finds the time to pursue new opportunities, and the advice he has for aspiring physicians.