A short trailer to introduce The DEI Shift, a podcast focusing on shifting the way we think and talk about diversity, equity, and inclusion in the medical field.
Welcome to the DEI Shift: An introduction to the goals and motivation for this podcast.
Meet the DEI Shift: Morning Handoff: Get to know the team members behind the podcast, who form an eclectic mix of people with one shared goal.
Mentorship and Recruitment of URiMs: We discuss with Dr. Quentin Youmans the importance of recruitment and mentorship of underrepresented minorities in medicine (URiM).
Women in Medicine: "Faces Like Mine": In honor of Women's History Month, our team had the privilege of hearing stories from four incredible female physicians about the importance of representation in medicine.
Disparity Exacerbation, Triggered by COVID-19: COVID-19 is exacerbating multiple pre-existing disparities in the U.S. that have existed. Join us in learning about one of these comorbidities in our healthcare system from Dr. Gupta and Dr. Correa.
Hidden in the Data: Understanding Bias in Informatics: Humans are inevitably biased, and these biases can also affect use of the electronic health record (EHR), data collection and analysis, algorithm development, and other informatics work.
At the Intersection of Asian + American + Female + Physician + Leader: In the first part of this two part series, we discuss the intersectionality of what it's like to be an Asian American female physician, leader, mentor.
At the Intersection of Asian + American + Female + Physician + Leader: In the second part of this two part series, we discuss the intersectionality of what it's like to be an Asian American male physician, leader, mentor.
Promoting Inclusive Healthcare Environments for LGBTQ Patients: Join us as we have a compelling discussion with Dr. Moreno-Walton and Dr. Castro about what it takes to achieve a more inclusive environment for our LGBTQ+ community.
The Hidden Curriculum: Dr. Jasmine Smith highlights the informal curriculum that many students and resident encounter during their training. Dr. Smith shares powerful personal stories from her own journey and tips on how to navigate a new environment.
A Native Narrative: Caring for American Indian and Alaskan Native Patients: In honor of American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month, we discuss the health care of American Indian/Alaska Native peoples in the United States.
Minority Tax: We discuss the concept of minority tax with Evolve Benton and how we can address it on a personal and institutional level
Anti-Racism in Healthcare Education: Dr. Kozman and Dr. Gaines hear from internist Dr. Ryan Mire about what anti-racism means in healthcare education and how to bring about needed change in our learning and work environments
Religious and Spiritual Diversity in Healthcare: Dr. Parker and Dr. Kozman chats with Chaplain Ermanno Willis regarding the importance of religion and spiritual diversity in healthcare
Doctors As Patients: Dr. Justin Bullock and Dr. Mansi Sheth share their stories of going through medical training with a chronic illness and discuss the limitations of our medical system in doing so
Voices of URiM Premeds: We hand the mic to three incredible URiM premeds who share their journeys into the medical field
Seize the DEI-Shaping the Future of I.M.: Our live ACP podcast recording where we have a robust roundtable discussion with ACP leaders and representatives from three different student councils
Digital Health Equity and Bridging the Divide: We talk with Dr. Jorge A. Rodriguez, a hospitalist and health technology expert and equity researcher, about digital health equity and how to bridge the digital divide
Food Insecurity, Part 1: We review some of the basics of food insecurity and its psychological and physiologic effects with our wonderful guest Dr. Suja Mathew
Food Insecurity, Part 2: We discuss some of the political factors that perpetuate food insecurity, what we can do to combat it, and some of the cool resources available to us
Addiction Medicine: We have a robust discussion about addiction treatment with our amazing guest, Dr. Chen. We go over effective screening, stigmatization, patient advocacy and the impact of COVID-19
The Power of Primary Care: In this episode we talk with two amazing champions of primary care, Dr. Darilyn Moyer and Dr. Sue Bornstein, and well supported primary care can address disparities and ensure the health of our communities
Health Policy and Advocacy: We discuss with our guests Dr. Zoe Tseng and Dr. Ankita Sagar about the fundamental importance and role of advocacy and policy work in healthcare