Explore The Space

Examining the interface between healthcare and society, with thought leaders from across the spectrum.

https://www.explorethespaceshow.com/podcasting/

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 38m. Bisher sind 312 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 8 days 7 hours 19 minutes

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Chris Herren On Substance Abuse & Recovery


Chris Herren is an ex-NBA basketball player, a recovering drug addict, and one of our greatest resources for learning about substance abuse and how to approach it and help those in need. He is an incredible speaker and reaches audiences from all walks ...


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 2015-11-19  15m
 
 

Joanne Conroy On Women of Impact


Dr. Joanne Conroy is the CEO of Lahey Hospital and Medical Center and is also a co-founder of Women of Impact. She joins us to discuss the formation of Women of Impact, the power of finding shared purpose, and changing contexts in healthcare.


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 2015-11-06  27m
 
 

Erik Reinertsen On Entrepreneurship & Medical Education


Erik Reinertsen is part of a new generation of medical students who are also helping drive the med-tech-business nexus. He joins us to discuss walking a very unique path; pursuing his MD/PhD while helping run Forge.


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 2015-10-27  30m
 
 

ZDoggMD On Medical Satire and Iconoclasm


Zubin Damania (aka ZDoggMD) joins us for a wide-ranging, frequently hilarious conversation on being an iconoclast, creating medical satire, and the value of risk-taking.


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 2015-10-19  39m
 
 

Josh Minuto On Infectious Threats and Popular Culture


Dr. Josh Minuto, a friend and an Infectious Disease physician, joins us just after the beginning of season 6 of The Walking Dead to explore our society’s fascination with zombies, apocalypse stories, and how we respond to real infectious threats.


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 2015-10-13  36m
 
 

Ricardo Nuila On Talking About Death, Part 2


We continue with Dr. Ricardo Nuila on the challenges of discussing death, an issue that is always emotionally charged, as well as explore his article in The Atlantic on this subject, which you can find here.


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 2015-09-08  26m
 
 

Ricardo Nuila On Talking About Death, Part 1


Conversations about end of life care are never easy, whether it’s about you, your loved one, or your patient. Dr. Ricardo Nuila joins us to consider these difficult but vital discussions, as well as his recent article on the subject in The Atlantic,


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 2015-09-08  26m
 
 

James Muller On Preventing Nuclear War


Dr. James Muller is a renown Cardiologist and a founding member of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW), which was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1985. He joins us to discuss his work helping to prevent nuclear war,


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 2015-09-01  29m
 
 

Enduring Effects of Civil War Medical Innovations


Jeff Reznick and Ken Koyle from the National Library of Medicine join us to discuss their wonderful New England Journal of Medicine article “Combat and the Medical Mindset: The Enduring Effect of Civil War Medical Innovations.


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 2015-08-24  37m
 
 

Christina Farr On Health/Tech Revolution, Part 2


In part 2 of our interview with Christina Farr from KQED’s “Future of You” project, we further dissect the scope and implications of the healthcare technology revolution for consumers, patients, and providers.


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 2015-08-10  17m