In this episode of the Murmurs podcast, Divya Bhatia and Hugh Silk sit down with medical student Rose Schutzberg to discuss her piece, "Friendly, not Familiar" about an experience during her second year of medical school when she visited a Massachusetts prison that inspired her to write this reflection. Recorded February 2020.
In this episode, Dr. Dave Hatem discusses the moment when his perspective on the neurological exam changes with hosts Qiuwei Yang and Dr. Hugh Silk. Recorded February 2020.
Divya Bhatia and Dr. Hugh Silk sit down with Dr. Lucy Candib to talk about the importance of medical-legal partnerships in advocating for individuals who are victims of abuse or torture in their home countries seeking asylum in the US. Content warning: physical and sexual abuse, homophobia, and torture. Recorded March 2020. Dr. Candib's poem "Asylum Body Work" was first published in The Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine.
Divya Bhatia and Qiuwei Yang sit down with Bridget Yang to discuss her piece, "Dear Anonymous Donor,” and the anatomy lab experience. Recorded October 2019.
Qiuwei Yang and Dr. Hugh Silk are joined by family physician Dr. Lisa Gussak to discuss the impact of incarceration on health and medical care. Recorded on November 2019.
For the inaugural episode of the Murmurs podcast, the hosts discuss the piece "Budgeting", written by their very own Qiuwei Yang. Recorded May 2019.
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