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Episode 36: Dr. Lisa Iezzoni

DocsWithDisabilities

Release Date: 09/15/2021

Episode 67, Part 2. Dr. Emily Green show art Episode 67, Part 2. Dr. Emily Green

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This episode is a continuation of Episode 67, part 1. In this episode, Drs. Green and Jain discussing the delicate distinction between the risk of stigma vs. the reward of accommodation and inclusion, and how people navigating  the decision to disclose disability and request accommodation face a multitude of barriers. Transcript: Emily Green, MD, MA Dr. Emily Green is a current 3rd year resident at the University of Wisconsin in their General Psychiatry program. She received her Masters in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton college in 2010 and was a Licensed Professional Counselor in...

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In this episode our guest interviewer, Dr. Neera Jain, Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Medical and Health Sciences Education at The University of Auckland interviews Dr. Emily Green, a PGY 3 psychiatry resident at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.   Drs. Jain and Green first met many moons ago as part of the AAMC lived experience project research study, which included interviews with trainees at all levels. At that time, Dr. Green was a medical student. In this episode, Dr. Green discusses how she navigates medicine as a black woman with a...

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In this episode, Baylor College of Medicine Associate Professor Dr. Michelle Ludwig discusses navigating life as a deaf individual. Listen or read along as she and Dr. Meeks converse about accommodations in medical school and beyond, the importance of self-advocacy, and the benefits of mentorship through The Association of Medical Professionals with Hearing Losses.  Michelle Ludwig, MD Dr. Ludwig is an associate professor of radiation oncology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.  She went to Purdue University for undergraduate work, received her medical degree and master...

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Episode 65: Dr. Chase Anderson (Interviewed by Dr. Justin Bullock) show art Episode 65: Dr. Chase Anderson (Interviewed by Dr. Justin Bullock)

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TRIGGER WARNING:  This episode contains discussion of violence against minorities, depression, and suicidality. We advise that you use discretion when listening. For any U.S. listeners, if you or someone you know is experiencing suicidal thoughts, the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline can be reached by dialing 988, and additional resources will be available in the show notes of this episode. Description: In today’s episode, guest interviewer Dr. Justin Bullock, a nephrology fellow at the University of Washington School of Medicine, interviews Dr. Chase Anderson, an Assistant Professor of child...

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Episode 64 Interviewee: Andrea Dalzell, The Seated Nurse Interviewer: Drs. Lisa Meeks and  Pete Poullos Description:  We are excited to bring you the continuation of our series on Voices of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color with Disabilities in Medicine. These episodes amplify the voices of healthcare providers at the intersection of disability and BIPOC identity, enlightening our understanding of challenges for multiple marginalized populations. By elevating these stories and sharing these lived experiences, we hope to advance critical conversations about race and disability...

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Episode 63: Mary J Goodwin-Oquendo, JD show art Episode 63: Mary J Goodwin-Oquendo, JD

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In this episode we are joined by disability civil rights attorney Mary J Goodwin-Oquendo for a discussion about strategies and barriers for receiving accommodations throughout one's medical training. If you're a student with a disability, at any stage in your academic journey, we strongly encourage you to give this episode a listen.  Key Words: med ed, law, chronic illness, high-stakes exams, NBME, MCAT, Step 1, Clinical Accommodations, accommodations    Bio:  Mrs. Goodwin-Oquendo is from Brooklyn. She has over a decade of disability civil rights experience.  She has...

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Description:  Donald Egan, MD, MPH is currently a psychiatry resident at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas. His road to residency has been shaped by the challenges of growing up both gay and with cerebral palsy (CP). In medical school and residency, Dr. Egan has advocated for students with disabilities to matriculate to medical school and has written and presented about how the experiences that come with living with a disability or coming from a sexual minority group often make compassionate and empathetic physicians.  Dr. Egan is interested in...

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Description: In this episode we are joined by a group of physicians from the University of Colorado Medical School who published a paper in the Journal of Surgical Education about their experiences accommodating a student with physical disabilities during a surgery clerkship. In this episode, the group discusses the processes behind the group's publication and the collective experience of creating an accessible experience in medical school for a student with a physical disability and students with disabilities more broadly.  Transcript: Key Words: wheelchair, T10 Spinal Cord Injury, SPI,...

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Description: In this episode we are joined by Dr. Conrad Addison. Dr. Addison recently completed a Sleep Medicine fellowship at the University of Utah and is now practicing as a Sleep Medicine physician in Billings, Montana. In this episode, he and Dr. Meeks explore the experiences Conrad faced when resuming his medical training with a newly acquired disability weighing the challenges and values of inviting others to take part in this process.  Key Words: Sleep Medicine, Physician, cervical spinal cord injury, SCI, physical disability, internal medicine, wheelchair user, accommodations,...

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Episode 59: Dr. Amy J. Houtrow (MD/PhD/MPH) show art Episode 59: Dr. Amy J. Houtrow (MD/PhD/MPH)

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Description: In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Amy Houtrow. Dr. Houtrow is a pediatric rehabilitation medicine physician, a health services researcher for children with disabilities, and a person with childhood-onset disabilities. In this episode, she joins Dr. Poullos to discuss her career path, her research, and her advice for aspiring healthcare providers with disabilities.  Key Words: pediatrics, education, physical disability, Contra dystrophia calcium cans congenita, scoliosis, visual disability, research, mobility, lung disease, public policy Bio:  Amy Houtrow, M.D.,...

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Dr. Lisa Iezzoni is a professor at Harvard Medical school and an internationally recognized health services researcher. In Episode 36 she discusses the ongoing issue of bias against people with disabilities, how this shapes medical education, and the ‘hidden curriculum’ medical students receive that threatens to perpetuate the healthcare disparities for patients with disabilities.

Key Words: Chronic Illness, Multiple Sclerosis, Professor of Medicine, Researcher, Health Policy