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Casual conversations with purpose featuring interesting, inspiring, and innovative people from a variety of backgrounds, experiences, and industries. Everyone has a story to share, and every story is worth sharing.

Jun 20, 2017

Jonathan Singer, Associate Professor of Social Work at Loyola University of Chicago joins me for a conversation about the true value of social work, battling the stigma social workers have accumulated, opportunities missed by '13 Reasons Why', Jonathan's own podcasting adventures, and jazz music.

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Jun 13, 2017

Dana Lewis returns to the podcast to discuss the latest from the OpenAPS movement, reflect on the growing mainstream and local coverage of diabetes innovation, share the possibility of open source research through Open Humans, and the latest in gluten free dining successes.

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Jun 6, 2017

Cara Gael returns to the podcast to talk about following the ongoing conversation about the American Health Care Act from a patient perspective, and the benefits of stress management as hypothetical political discussions become an actuality for people who will be impacted by legislation. And then there's the CBO...


May 30, 2017

Dr. Mike Sevilla returns to the podcast to chat about the impact of the national debate about healthcare on his patients, the importance of building a meaningful connection with patients, how he interacts with medical specialists, the perks of variety in family medicine, how social media has helped his traditional...


May 23, 2017

This week I'm joined by Andrea Gustafson for a conversation about life in Iowa, pursuing social work in her post-graduate education and career, becoming a licensed therapist, and the pros and cons of opening a private practice. We also touch on '13 Reasons Why', her thoughts on how certain subjects were handled, and how...