Brene Brown The Permission to Feel Dr. Marc Brackett has dedicated his life to studying emotions and to teaching us what he’s learning. In this episode, we talk about how emotional literacy - being able to recognize, name, and understand our feelings - affects everything from learning, decision making, and creativity, to relationships, health, and performance.
Contributor: Francesca CiminoJuly 29, 2020Topics: / / Keywords: / / /
tedmed_wh_rgb Narrative Humility Narrative humility is a philosophy of listening which holds potential beyond health care as well, in any situation where more powerful individuals engage with stories of those who are socially, culturally or politically less powerful. It acknowledges that the listener -- be that a clinician, reporter, policy maker, or teacher -- must willingly place herself in a position of some transparency. The witness must not only see, but be seen, and by doing so, enable herself to see even more clearly.
Contributor: Francesca CiminoJuly 29, 2020Topics: / / / Keywords: / / /
In on the (Racist) Joke Two soldiers discuss their reactions to and feelings about being complicit with racist joking in their military careers, and what to do next.
Contributor: Francesca CiminoJuly 24, 2020Topics: / / Keywords:
Washington-Post Asian American doctors and nurses are fighting racism and the coronavirus This story looks into the bias and racism Asian-Americans experience on the job in the medical profession.
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tedmed_wh_rgb The Problem with Race-Based Medicine (14min) Global scholar, University of Pennsylvania civil rights sociologist, and law professor Dorothy Roberts exposes the myths of race-based medicine.
Contributor: Francesca CiminoOctober 1, 2019Topics: /
NY_Mag_com_lockup Myths about physical racial differences were used to justify slavery — and are still believed by doctors today.
Contributor: Francesca CiminoAugust 17, 2019Topics: /
Washington-Post Suicide in Veterinarians has become a growing problem Vets, like other medical professionals, enter the field because of their compassion for treating the lives of animals. That same drive and spirit of competition can also lead to compassion fatigue, burnout and depression. Their proximity with death - the regular task of euthanasia of animals - also sets up them to have access to tools for suicide. It's a growing crisis.
Contributor: Francesca CiminoJanuary 29, 2019Topics: / / / / / / Keywords: / /
TEDx We train soldiers for war; let's train them to come home too. (10min) TedTalk -- Before soldiers are sent into combat, they're trained on how to function in an immensely dangerous environment. But they also need training on how to return from the battlefield to civilian life, says psychologist Hector Garcia. Applying the same principles used to prepare soldiers for war, Garcia is helping veterans suffering from PTSD get their lives back.
Contributor: Francesca CiminoJanuary 29, 2019Topics: / / / / Keywords: / / /
NPR Social stigma makes the opioid crisis hard to confront (7min) There are many reasons why the opioid crisis is so hard to confront. One of them is social stigma. It often extends beyond users themselves, to their families. People see addiction as a moral weakness, and by extension, the moral weakness of their families.
Contributor: Francesca CiminoNovember 1, 2018Topics: / / Keywords: / / /
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