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See, Hear, Feel - many of us do these without thinking much about them. Experts in psychology explain important concepts that will improve your ability to observe, listen, and manage emotions. Listen to amazing researchers and authors on subjects like emotional intelligence and everyday illusions, and also hear from doctors how they apply principles of cognitive psychology for better doctoring, health, and wellness.

See, Hear, Feel Professor Christine J Ko, MD

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See, Hear, Feel - many of us do these without thinking much about them. Experts in psychology explain important concepts that will improve your ability to observe, listen, and manage emotions. Listen to amazing researchers and authors on subjects like emotional intelligence and everyday illusions, and also hear from doctors how they apply principles of cognitive psychology for better doctoring, health, and wellness.

    EP110: Dr. Ricardo Nuila (Part 2) on disaster syndrome, burnout, and beauty

    EP110: Dr. Ricardo Nuila (Part 2) on disaster syndrome, burnout, and beauty

    I am still turning this over in my head, that Dr. Ricardo Nuila says the purpose of Arts and Humanities is...beauty. I have not thought of it in that way before, and he has really made me think about the role of beauty in my life, in my work, in small and big spaces of good and bad. I think this is a must listen! Dr. Ricardo Nuila, MD is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and sees patients at Ben Taub hospital in Houston, Texas as part of the Harris Health System. Ben Taub is a safety-net hospital where the focus in on a given individual’s healthcare problem. He is also a writer, and his pieces on health disparities, politics and medicine, and art and medicine have been published in VQR, The Atlantic, The New York Times Sunday Review, The New Yorker, and The New England Journal of Medicine.

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    EP109: Dr. Ricardo Nuila on algorithmania and the humanities in medicine

    EP109: Dr. Ricardo Nuila on algorithmania and the humanities in medicine

    Emily Dickinson was one of the first poets that I was introduced to when I was younger, and Dr. Ricardo Nuila refers to one of her lines, Tell the truth but tell it slant. We talk about this, about nuance and context, and how that relates to algorithmania. It comes back to metacognition, gestalt vs algorithmic thinking. Dr. Ricardo Nuila, MD is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and sees patients at Ben Taub hospital in Houston, Texas as part of the Harris Health System. Ben Taub is a safety-net hospital where the focus in on a given individual’s healthcare problem. He is also a writer, and his pieces on health disparities, politics and medicine, and art and medicine have been published in VQR, The Atlantic, The New York Times Sunday Review, The New Yorker, and The New England Journal of Medicine.

    • 13 min
    EP108: Dr. Bruce Smoller part 2! on visual diagnosis and thinking

    EP108: Dr. Bruce Smoller part 2! on visual diagnosis and thinking

    I love talking about metacognition, in hopes of improving how I think, how I diagnose, and how I learn. Dr. Smoller loves to teach and is interested in learning theory, and he has active research experience in learning/teaching visual recognition through pattern recognition, fast thinking. And yet, algorithmic thinking (slow thinking) is important, too. Our conversation is based on a lecture he gave at the recent March, 2024 International Society of Dermatopathology meeting. Don't miss this conversation! Dr. Bruce Smoller MD trained in anatomic and clinical pathology at Harvard's Beth Israel Hospital and in dermatopathology with Dr. Scott McNutt at Cornell Medical School/ New York Hospital. He has worked at Stanford University, rising to the rank of Professor of Pathology and Dermatology as well as at the University of Arkansas, where he was Chair of the Department of Pathology and the Director of Dermatopathology from 1997 to 2011. In 2011, he became Executive Vice President of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology. Since 2014, he has been Professor and Chair, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Services and Professor of Dermatology at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. Dr. Smoller is a former Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Cutaneous Pathology and served as the President of the American Society of Dermatopathology, receiving the Nickel Award, which recognizes lifetime excellence in teaching, from the American Society of Dermatopathology. He received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the College of American Pathologists in 2022. He has written over 300 articles and has primary involvement in 18 books.

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    EP107: Dr. Bruce Smoller's three magic words

    EP107: Dr. Bruce Smoller's three magic words

    Three magic words to help conquer fear, that may also be a secret to having a long and productive career. I really enjoyed this conversation with Dr. Bruce Smoller, a giant in the field of dermatopathology and pathology. Also tune in next week for Part 2! Dr. Bruce Smoller MD trained in anatomic and clinical pathology at Harvard's Beth Israel Hospital and in dermatopathology with Dr. Scott McNutt at Cornell Medical School/ New York Hospital. He has worked at Stanford University, rising to the rank of Professor of Pathology and Dermatology as well as at the University of Arkansas, where he was Chair of the Department of Pathology and the Director of Dermatopathology from 1997 to 2011. In 2011, he became Executive Vice President of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology. Since 2014, he has been Professor and Chair, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Services and Professor of Dermatology at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. Dr. Smoller is a former Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Cutaneous Pathology and served as the President of the American Society of Dermatopathology, receiving the Nickel Award, which recognizes lifetime excellence in teaching, from the American Society of Dermatopathology. He received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the College of American Pathologists in 2022. He has written over 300 articles and has primary involvement in 18 books.

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    EP106: Dr. Thomas Brenn on diagnosis, the patient, and mentoring

    EP106: Dr. Thomas Brenn on diagnosis, the patient, and mentoring

    I am always curious about how others continually improve, and Dr. Thomas Brenn gives good insights on this. Learning in whatever way works for you, getting exposure to new things in ways that you can remember, discovering true mentorship...it's definitely a fun journey. Dr. Thomas Brenn MD PhD received both his doctorate degrees in Germany. He completed postdoctoral fellowships  in Genetics and Pathology at Stanford University, residency training at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and dermatopathology and soft tissue pathology fellowships with Dr. Phillip McKee and Dr. Christopher Fletcher. He has worked in the United Kingdom, Canada, as well as the US and is currently based at the University of Michigan.

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    EP105: Dr. Richard Carr on confidence and emotional intelligence

    EP105: Dr. Richard Carr on confidence and emotional intelligence

    I love to talk to people who are honest and confident in their honesty! Dr. Richard Carr is an internationally known expert in dermatopathology and pathology, and he speaks honestly about emotional intelligence as a muscle, recognizing our own weaknesses, and tailoring emotional intelligence to the individual. Being hypercritical can be a strength in that you think deeply about things, and it is worth hearing how he deals with hypercritical thoughts. Dr. Richard Carr trained in dermatopathology with Dr. Phillip H. McKee and Dr. Eduardo Calonje at St Thomas’ hospital and the St John’s Institute of Dermatology. He received the Royal College of Pathologists (RCPath) Diploma in Dermatopathology (set at expert referral level) and consults on cases throughout the United Kingdom. After being educated in Sheffield which is north of London, he started practicing in London with “big city ways”. He has now been practicing in the same community for 25 years in Warwick, England. He is a dedicated teacher, locally, nationally, and internationally. He is married with two daughters.

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EvanStein ,

Great tone and teaching

A great show for learning about the emotions that surround what we do (and feel) every day.

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Tom Helm

Very informative

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