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Wearing a Hijab in the OR with Deena Kishawi, MD

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

Release Date: 01/07/2022

Noisy Breathers and Snotty Noses: Pediatric ENT with Gopi Shah, MD show art Noisy Breathers and Snotty Noses: Pediatric ENT with Gopi Shah, MD

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

Gopi Shah is a Pediatric Otolaryngologist at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas.  She did her residency in otolaryngology at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia and her fellowship in peds at UT Southwestern.  Her clinical interests are pediatric sinus and skull base. She loves teaching and is the fellowship director for pediatric otolaryngology. She is also a co-host for the BackTable ENT podcast. We talk a little about the podcast and then get into snotty, stuffy, noisy pediatric ENT problems, like what OTC medications she gives her kids...

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On today’s show we speak to allergist, Dr. Payel Gupta about penicillin allergy.  Dr. Gupta is triple board certified in Allergy & Immunology, Pediatrics and Internal Medicine and currently has a practice at Ease Allergy in Brooklyn.  We discuss how common penicillin allergy is and how commonly the diagnosis is incorrect.  She goes through the four types of hypersensitivity reaction, and then focus in on type I, the IgE-mediated reaction.  We go through presentation, treatment, and some commonly confused conditions.  She teaches us how penicillin testing is done, why...

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Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

Dr. Aaron Fritts is a co-founder of BackTable and a practicing Interventional Radiologist in Dallas, Texas. Early in his practice, Dr. Fritts realized the need for centralized, in-depth procedure and device information that his peers could access on the fly. Not long after, BackTable was born. Backtable is a podcasting brand for physician education, which started as interventional radiology and now also includes ENT, urology and their newest podcast, innovation, for physician entrepreneurs. We talk about the origin of the backtable, where he sees it evolving, what will happen if he starts...

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Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

Michael Foley is a comprehensive financial advisor who runs his practice out of Scottsdale, Arizona, under North Star Resource Group. Michael was trained at Duke University and holds his Certified Financial Planner designation alongside his Certified Student Loan Professional designation. Although Michael serves a diverse group of clients with their financial and student loan needs, with two physician parents, Michael has found a specialty in working with those in the healthcare space. He helps clarify what the heck is going on with PSLF and what this waiver is all about, as well as other...

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 is a pediatric endocrinologist, who did all of her education at Duke, and is now the pediatric residency program director at Joe Dimaggio Children’s Hospital in South Florida.  She is intrigued by the challenges of making work and life fit together — so much that she cohosts a podcast on the topic, , with time management expert and writer . She is married to a vascular surgeon and has three young children, so we discuss how they manage get it all done using the Getting Things Done methodology.  We talk about how checklists aren’t just critical in central...

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Zwade Marshall, MD, MBA is a co- founder/managing partner of Doc2DocLending and is principally involved with investor relations and business development. He is a Harvard-trained, double board certified anesthesiologist and interventional pain management specialist. He also serves as the Chief Medical Officer of Regenerative Spine and Pain in Atlanta, GA.   Dr. Marshall got his MD/MBA from Emory and while there was awarded Emory’s Humanitarian of the Year Prize for his work with Pipeline, a longitudinal inner-city high school mentoring program.    Dr. Marshall is the managing...

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On today’s episode, we discuss the characteristics that predict an individual’s propensity to build wealth, why physicians have a bad reputation in this department and what we can do to improve, with industrial psychologist, Dr. Sarah Stanley Fallaw.  Dr. Fallaw is the author of The Next Millionaire Next Door and the founder of DataPoints LLC, a research and technology company that provides advisors and individuals with behavioral science tools to achieve financial success. DataPoints created the industry's first assessment of individual propensity to build wealth based...

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Alison Escalante, MD is a practicing pediatrician who has developed a way of thinking and breathing through what she calls, “The Shouldstorm.”  As physicians, we face similar storms with our patients, colleagues, administrators, and ourselves.  She walks us through the ideas she presented in a TEDx talk and applies it to doctoring.     She can be found at    And her TEDx talk can be found at     She did her undergrad at Princeton, studying Medieval Renaissance History, went to med school at Rutgers University-Robert Wood...

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Deena Kishawi, MD, is a Chicago-based OBGyn resident physician who is particularly interested in health outcomes that are unique to Middle Easterners and North Africans residing in the United States. With her fluency in the Arabic language, her research with Muslim patients in healthcare, and her work with immigrant, refugee, and first-generation communities in Chicago, she is currently conducting research on these populations and is working towards training and educating healthcare providers about the unique challenges these population face.

Dr. Kishawi is Muslim and wears a hijab and keeps her arms covered, so her first experience in the operating room as a medical student was challenging and led to start the blog HijabInTheOR.com. Her aim is to make the OR a safe and respectful place for hijab wearing healthcare providers. We discuss what her experience has been like treating patients wearing a hijab, both the good and the bad. We also discuss some of the basic tenants of Islam with which we should be familiar to best help our patients and our trainees and some issues in our healthcare system that can undermine Muslim patients and potentially impact their care.