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A podcast focusing on shifting the way we think and talk about diversity, equity, and inclusion in the medical field. The title, The DEI Shift, uses a common acronym DEI (standing for diversity, equity, and inclusion) as a play on the idea of a “day shift”, the time in the hospital when the daytime teams come in, bring fresh perspectives to the issues that arose overnight, and progress patient care forward. This podcast is aimed at: 1) bringing new perspectives and a more inclusive approach to the discussions of diversity issues in healthcare, 2) shifting us away from avoidance, fatigue, and negative connotations that have become attached to these topics, and 3) transitioning these discussions from mere classroom didactics into relevant, day-to-day, organic conversation and application.

The DEI Shift The DEI Shift

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A podcast focusing on shifting the way we think and talk about diversity, equity, and inclusion in the medical field. The title, The DEI Shift, uses a common acronym DEI (standing for diversity, equity, and inclusion) as a play on the idea of a “day shift”, the time in the hospital when the daytime teams come in, bring fresh perspectives to the issues that arose overnight, and progress patient care forward. This podcast is aimed at: 1) bringing new perspectives and a more inclusive approach to the discussions of diversity issues in healthcare, 2) shifting us away from avoidance, fatigue, and negative connotations that have become attached to these topics, and 3) transitioning these discussions from mere classroom didactics into relevant, day-to-day, organic conversation and application.

    Trauma-Informed Care, Part 2

    Trauma-Informed Care, Part 2

    Trauma has an undeniable impact on our patients' health and illness, and resilience is vital to their ability to buffer that trauma. Join us in learning from Dr. Moira Szilagyi (President of the American Academy of Pediatrics) and Dr. Edward Machtinger (Internal Medicine physician and director of UC San Francisco's Center to Advance Trauma-Informed Healthcare) about the key elements of resilience, symptoms that develop when resilience factors are challenged, reframing trauma-informed care as resilience-informed care, secondary traumatic stress, and the fundamental role of trauma in creating/exacerbating health disparities.

    Learning Objectives:
    Define the term resilience in the context of trauma-informed care.List 3 key individual resilience factors, and identify the symptoms of trauma that may result from impairment in those resilience factors.Define secondary traumatic stress, and distinguish it from burnout.Consider how health disparities are caused and exacerbated by trauma, and therefore necessitate a trauma-informed approach to address disparities.Credits:
    Guests: Dr. Moira Szilagyi, Dr. Edward Machtinger
    Co-hosts/Producers: Dr. Maggie Kozman, Dr. DJ Gaines
    Executive Producer: Dr. Tammy Lin 
    Co-Executive Producers: Dr. Pooja Jaeel, Dr. Tiffany Leung
    Senior Producers: Dr. Maggie Kozman, Dr. DJ Gaines
    Editor/Assistant Producer: Joanna Jain
    Production Assistants: Nilgoun Farhadi, Sanika Walimbe
    Website/Art Design: Ann Truong
    Music: Chris Dingman

    • 33 min
    Trauma-Informed Care, Part 1

    Trauma-Informed Care, Part 1

    Trauma has an undeniable impact on our patients' health and illness, but it is not often addressed in the clinical setting, even though many trauma survivors think their healthcare team should know about their trauma history. Join us in learning from Dr. Moira Szilagyi (President of the American Academy of Pediatrics) and Dr. Edward Machtinger (Internal Medicine physician and director of UC San Francisco's Center to Advance Trauma-Informed Healthcare) about the key features and signs of trauma, fundamental principles of trauma-informed care, and the impact of trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACE) on our patients' health.

    Learning Objectives:
    Define the terms trauma, trauma-informed care, and adverse childhood experiences.Gain familiarity with SAMHSA’s 3 E’s of trauma and 4 R’s of trauma-informed care.List 2 ACE (adverse childhood experiences), and describe how ACE screening/intervention fit within the larger framework of trauma-informed care.
    Credits:
    Guests: Dr. Moira Szilagyi, Dr. Edward Machtinger
    Co-hosts/Producers: Dr. Maggie Kozman, Dr. DJ Gaines
    Executive Producer: Dr. Tammy Lin 
    Co-Executive Producers: Dr. Pooja Jaeel, Dr. Tiffany Leung
    Senior Producers: Dr. Maggie Kozman, Dr. DJ Gaines
    Editor/Assistant Producer: Joanna Jain
    Production Assistants: Nilgoun Farhadi, Sanika Walimbe
    Website/Art Design: Ann Truong
    Music: Chris Dingman

    • 32 min
    ACP IM 2022 Live Conference Presentation: Launching a Successful DEI Initiative

    ACP IM 2022 Live Conference Presentation: Launching a Successful DEI Initiative

    Experience a live discussion of ACP's diversity, equity and inclusion policies, perspectives, and initiatives featuring Dr. Brittäne Parker and Dr. Sarah Takimoto in conversation with panelists Dr. Lovelee Brown, Dr. Anais Ovalle, Dr. Quentin Youmans, and medical student Jeshanah Johnson. 
    During their discussion, the panelists: 
    Define diversity, equity, and inclusion in medicine.Provide guidance on how to identify specific needs within your organization that could benefit from an increase in diversity and inclusion.Discuss recommended strategies for launching a diversity initiative.Review how to apply quality improvement principles to DEI initiatives.
    This is the live recording.   A transcript and show notes will be available at a later date

    • 1 hr
    Physicians as Patients Feat #PTBGIM 2022 and ACP Northern California Region

    Physicians as Patients Feat #PTBGIM 2022 and ACP Northern California Region

    Dr. Chwen-Yuen Angie Chen is an associate professor at Stanford Medicine, internist-addiction specialist, and ACP California Northern chapter governor.  Dr. Linda Clever is board certified in Internal Medicine and Occupational Medicine, former ACP Northern California Governor, founding President of RENEW, a not for profit focused on energized and resilient healthcare workplaces
    Key messages: 
    Pandemic era accommodations like childcare support and expanded telehealth practices should remain as able as we transition into the post-pandemic worldRefer to the ACP toolkit on advocating for credentialing applications that do not ask about mental health. Self care is self preservation. The conversation continues on Twitter with the #PTBGIM. For this episode, be sure to tag @theDEIShift.. Tell us why you’re #ProudToBeGIM and share your perspectives, experiences, or tips on how becoming a physician advocate is a valuable skillset as a general internal medicine specialist.
    Resources:
    The DEI Shift: Patients as Physicians Show Notes and Resource listNational Academy of Medicine Action Collaborative on Clinican Well-Being and Resilience : https://nam.edu/initiatives/clinician-resilience-and-well-being/ACP Toolkit on Revising License and Credentialing Applications to Not Ask About Mental Health : https://www.acponline.org/practice-resources/physician-well-being-and-professional-fulfillment/advocacy-toolkit-revising-license-and-credentialing-applications-to-not-ask-about-mental-healthThe Fatigue Prescription: https://renewnow.org/books-reference/#ProudtobeGIM is a campaign from the Society of General Internal Medicine and the American College of Physicians aimed at encouraging medical students and residents to pursue General Internal Medicine. This special podcast series for #ProudToBeGIM Week, February 21-24, 2022, is sponsored by a #ProudToBeGIM honorarium and the American College of Physicians Southern California Region III Chapter. Read more about the campaign here: https://www.sgim.org/career-center/proudtobegim 
    The DEI Shift podcast is proud to partner with SGIM in promoting #ProudToBeGIM week. This opportunity allows multiple ACP Chapters to showcase the expertise of their leaders and to provide a fresh look into some popular episodes. We are especially delighted to have members of our production team, many of whom are pre-medical students, contribute their voices to the conversation as well.
    Credits:
    Host: Dr. Pooja Jaeel (she/her/hers) and Likitha Arudhyala (she/her/hers)
    Guests: Dr. Angie Chen, Dr. Linda Clever
    Producers: Dr. Sarah Takimoto, Dr. Tiffany Leung
    Executive Producer: Dr. Tammy Lin 
    Co-Executive Producers: Dr. Pooja Jaeel, Dr. Tiffany Leung
    Senior Producer: Dr. DJ Gaines, Dr. Maggie Kozman
    Production Assistants: Ann Truong, Likitha Arudhyala
    Website/Art design: Ann Truong
    Music: Chris Dingman

    • 10 min
    The Minority Tax & Gratitude Tax Feat. #PTBGIM 2022 and ACP Arizona Chapter

    The Minority Tax & Gratitude Tax Feat. #PTBGIM 2022 and ACP Arizona Chapter

    Dr. Ricardo Correa, an endocrinology physician in ACP Arizona chapter, Chair-Elect Designee of the ACP Council of Early Career Physicians, and Associate Editor of SGIM Forum, and Dr. Priya Radhakrishnan, Chief Academic Officer/Vice President of Health Equity at HonorHealth, governor of ACP Arizona , and Governor-Elect Designee of the ACP Board of Governors, reflect on the topic of a previous episode of The DEI Shift: the minority tax (Season 2, Episode 1) and its relevance for generalist physicians and trainees. 
    Key messages: 
    The gratitude tax is a feeling of obligation that underrepresented minorities in medicine (URMM) faculty have to an academic institution and to future generations of URMMs for being given the opportunity to be a physician. Academic leaders can provide appropriate incentives for academic faculty to participate in internal (e.g., committee) service to mitigate the minority tax and gratitude tax.Scholarly work can take a variety of forms and can be recognized to give voice to URMMs. Affinity groups can offer an opportunity to promote advocacy, advancement, and education towards diversifying the internal medicine pipeline.Learn more at thedeishift.com.

    Follow us on Twitter and share why you are #ProudToBeGIM. Tag @theDEIShift @ArizonaACP! Tell us why you’re #ProudToBeGIM and share your perspectives or tips on how to mitigate the minority tax and gratitude tax.
    #ProudtobeGIM is a campaign from the Society of General Internal Medicine and the American College of Physicians aimed at encouraging medical students and residents to pursue General Internal Medicine. This special podcast series for #ProudToBeGIM Week, February 21-24, 2022, is sponsored by a #ProudToBeGIM honorarium and the American College of Physicians Southern California Region III Chapter. Read more about the campaign here: https://www.sgim.org/career-center/proudtobegim

    The DEI Shift podcast is proud to partner with SGIM in promoting #ProudToBeGIM week. This opportunity allows multiple ACP Chapters to showcase the expertise of their leaders and to provide a fresh look into some popular episodes. We are especially delighted to have members of our production team, many of whom are pre-medical students, contribute their voices to the conversation as well.

    Credits:
    Host: Dr. Ricardo Correa (he/him/his)
    Guest: Dr. Priya Radhakrishnan (she/her/hers)
    Producers: Dr. Sarah Takimoto, Dr. Tiffany Leung
    Executive Producer: Dr. Tammy Lin
    Co-Executive Producers: Dr. Pooja Jaeel, Dr. Tiffany Leung
    Senior Producer: Dr. DJ Gaines, Dr. Maggie Kozman
    Editor: Dr. Tiffany Leung
    Production Assistants: Ann Truong, Likitha Arudhyala
    Website/Art design: Ann Truong
    Music: Chris Dingman (www.chrisdingman.com)

    Disclaimer: The DEI Shift podcast and its guests provide general information and entertainment, but not medical advice. Before making any changes to your medical treatment or execution of your treatment plan, please consult with your doctor or personal medical team. Reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by The DEI Shift. The views expressed by guests are their own, and their appearance on the podcast does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by The DEI Shift team are those of each individual, and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of The DEI Shift team and its guests, employers, sponsors, or organizations we are affiliated with.

    • 18 min
    Anti-Racism in Health Care Feat. #PTBGIM 2022 and ACP Massachusetts Chapter

    Anti-Racism in Health Care Feat. #PTBGIM 2022 and ACP Massachusetts Chapter

    Dr. Elisa Choi, ACP MA governor and Chair-Elect of the ACP Board of Governors, and Dr. Carole Vincent, general internal medicine specialist and founding member of the ACP MA Chapter JEDI Committee, reflect on a previous episode of The DEI Shift, Anti-racism in Healthcare Education (Season 2, Episode 3). In the previous episode, The DEI Shift Senior Producers, Dr. Maggie Kozman and Dr. DJ Gaines, interviewed Dr. Ryan Mire, ACP President-Elect, about what anti-racism means in healthcare education and how to bring about needed change in our learning and work environments.

    Key messages: 
    Being antiracist is being proactive against racism and racist ideas; in contrast, being non-racist is a passive stance.Beware of biological anchoring of medical concepts that lack an appropriate evidence base: race is a social construct, not a biological construct. Being antiracist as a general internal medicine specialist means to listen to the patient’s story without judgment or preconceived ideas or biases. Medical students and learners at all stages of general internal medicine specialty careers can be empowered and engaged in making change towards antiracism in medicine and healthcare education.Learn more at thedeishift.com.

    The conversation continues on Twitter with the #PTBGIM. For this episode, be sure to tag @theDEIShift @ACPMAChapter and @MAACPGovernor. Tell us why you’re #ProudToBeGIM and share your perspectives, experiences, or tips on how being anti-racist is essential as a general internal medicine specialist or trainee.

    #ProudtobeGIM is a campaign from the Society of General Internal Medicine and the American College of Physicians aimed at encouraging medical students and residents to pursue General Internal Medicine. This special podcast series for #ProudToBeGIM Week, February 21-24, 2022, is sponsored by a #ProudToBeGIM honorarium and the American College of Physicians Southern California Region III Chapter. Read more about the campaign here: https://www.sgim.org/career-center/proudtobegim

    The DEI Shift podcast is proud to partner with SGIM in promoting #ProudToBeGIM week. This opportunity allows multiple ACP Chapters to showcase the expertise of their leaders and to provide a fresh look into some popular episodes. We are especially delighted to have members of our production team, many of whom are pre-medical students, contribute their voices to the conversation as well.

    Credits:
    Host: Dr. Elisa Choi
    Guest: Dr. Carole Vincent
    Producers: Dr. Sarah Takimoto, Dr. Tiffany Leung
    Executive Producer: Dr. Tammy Lin
    Co-Executive Producers: Dr. Pooja Jaeel, Dr. Tiffany Leung
    Senior Producer: Dr. DJ Gaines, Dr. Maggie Kozman
    Editor: Dr. Tiffany Leung
    Production Assistants: Ann Truong, Likitha Arudhyala
    Website/Art design: Ann Truong
    Music: Chris Dingman

    Disclaimer: The DEI Shift podcast and its guests provide general information and entertainment, but not medical advice. Before making any changes to your medical treatment or execution of your treatment plan, please consult with your doctor or personal medical team. Reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by The DEI Shift. The views expressed by guests are their own, and their appearance on the podcast does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by The DEI Shift team are those of each individual, and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of The DEI Shift team and its guests, employers, sponsors, or organizations we are affiliated with. 

    • 16 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

ayaniiiiiy ,

Exceptional

Very relevant content in a way that invites the listener to care and participate. Loved the Trauma informed care discussions. Thank you!

cristianisaih ,

A breath of fresh air

Highly recommend this podcast as it’s very informative, insightful, & inspirational. These are much needed & helpful discussions in today’s day & age.

@SimerjotJ ,

A “must hear!”

This podcast is honest, relevant, important listening for everyone in medicine dedicated to health equity and tearing down bias! Thanks to the amazing creators and hosts for putting it together!!

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