Welcome to The Doc Talk presented by Arkansas Children's and hosted by Children's very own Dr. Amir Mian! Dr. Mian sits down with medical leaders and physicians to discuss innovations, medicine, personal growth, professional success and everything else in between! Subscribe and look for brand new episodes wherever you get your podcasts!
Doc Talk #12 - Podcasting and Professional Development - A Check-in with Dr. Mian
In this episode of The Doc Talk, Arundathi Reddy, MD hosts a conversation with The Doc Talk founder Amir Mian, MD about topics including how the podcast got started, professional development and advice for young physicians, leadership, artificial intelligence in healthcare and more. A variety of insightful topics and conversation recorded remotely on The Doc Talk.
Doc Talk #11 - Leadership in Healthcare
In this episode of The Doc Talk, Dr. Cam Patterson, Chancellor of the University of Arkansas Medical Sciences joins us to talk about leadership in healthcare. Dr. Patterson talks about his career journey, leadership traits and lessons he has learned along the way. The discussion also touches on physician burnout, healthcare equity, and other valuable insights into leadership in healthcare.
Doc Talk #10: Forever Changing Healthcare
Arkansas Children's President & CEO Marcy Doderer joins The Doc Talk to share her daughter's healthcare experiences and how they shaped her perspective and values in the healthcare field. Marcy also discusses the forever changing landscape of healthcare in America, innovations to connect to our families and children, and how mission, values and the culture at Arkansas Children's drives the organization to provide the best care for the children of Arkansas and beyond.
Doc Talk #9: From Military to Medicine
In this episode of The Doc Talk, Pat Walker Chair of Ophthalmology, Executive Vice-Chair, and the Dean of College of Medicine at University of Medical Sciences, Dr. Chris Westfall, sits down to discuss the leadership skills he learned from his military training, how they applied to his development as a medical leader, and the institutional leadership needed to establish culture for faculty and students so they can be successful.
Doc Talk #8: The Must Do's to Cure Cancer
What are our must do's to cure cancer? How is translational research affecting this? How do we mentor the next great physicians? In this episode of The Doc Talk division chief of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplant at Nationwide Children's, professor of Pediatrics at Ohio State and the Leader of the Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Diseases at Nationwide Children's. Dr. Tim Cripe. Dr. Cripe discusses his accomplished research career within the cancer field, how to build the best team, and his thoughts on mentorship.
Doc Talk #7: The Physician Entrepreneur
Can you be an entrepreneur and a physician? Is it possible? In this episode of Doc Talks, Dr. Mian sits down with Dr. Gresham Richter, Director of Vascular Anomalies Center of Excellence at Arkansas Children's, to discuss significant events in his profession that had massive impact, the value of the Vascular Anomalies Center of Excellence at Children's, and how possible is it to balance the workload of being a physician and the innovation of a potential entrepreneur.
Timely and insightful
I learn a lot from each guest’s perspective and experiences. I enjoy the format and the relaxed conversational style!
I really enjoyed the episode with 2nd episode Dr.Messias. I will go and listen to the 1st episode as well. Dr. Mian is doing a great job as a host. It is nice to listen to a podcast that is so relevant to our day to day work!
Really looking forward for more episodes