May 30, 2018
Robert Gluck joins me this week to discuss the rise of soccer in the United States, our time working together at the American Diabetes Association, his role as a Human Factors Engineer within the Veterans Health Administration, and the importance of proper user-centered design in health care.
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May 23, 2018
This week I'm joined by Travis Preston to discuss his work as a filmmaker, the latest construction updates in northeast Atlanta, and his upcoming documentary "Race to Tokyo". We also mix in our perspectives on creative storytelling as patient advocacy.
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May 15, 2018
Ryan Prior returns to the podcast to discuss tactics for maintaining sanity amidst all the breaking news while working at CNN, and the ongoing effort to raise awareness and increase research funding for ME/CFS. We also discuss the recent #MillionsMissing campaign and the impact that can be made by a worldwide network of...
May 9, 2018
This week, Cherise Shockley returns to the podcast to discuss home office layouts, pursuing a degree in social media (only it's not called social media), the diabetes technology space race, and how we might address the lack of representation of women of color in the diabetes community.
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May 1, 2018
Adam Hayden joins me this week to share his glioblastoma diagnosis and adventures in patient advocacy. We also discuss the social impact of John McCain's diagnosis, the value of sharing patient stories in a clinical setting, the similarities between impostor syndrome and survivor's guilt, and Adam's work at Our Brain...