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Interdisciplinary is a podcast about people who take care of people and all of the places and perspectives that lift us up. We love science, we love meaningful dissent, and we love to support our fellow human beings in creating a world that is just, equitable and loving beyond our own imagining. We will be joined by compassionate, self-aware humans who are actively participating or are interested in participating in interdisciplinary care to have honest, uncomfortable conversations about top ...
 
Children are subject to many forms of adversity, for example, poverty or ill health. However, a significant form of adversity experienced by children in many different regions of the world is violence. The form of violence against children varies widely and is hugely disparate. In this unit, the focus is on three different environments where children experience violence: at home, among peers at school and in the wider society (in the context of armed conflicts). The text considers the experi ...
 
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This week's conversation goes deep -- into compassion, humanity, and our fundamental connection to each other. This conversation with Ladybird Morgan and Marvin Mutch of the Humane Prison Hospice Project will invite you to deep reflection and consideration of the ways in which we separate ourselves from each other. ********** The Human Prison Hospi…
 
Cal joins Kerry Jordan and Rebecca Sturgeon for a behind-the-scenes review of Healwell's Just Care: Social Justice in Health Care conference. ********** Missed coming to the conference live? All the sessions are available -- with closed captioning -- in the Healwell Community: community.healwell.org ********** The contest is still on! Write a revie…
 
Welcome to Season 4 of Interdisciplinary, where we are diving right into the deep end. Cal and Cathy kick it off with Emily Clore, DVM and a hilarious, honest, and raw conversation about what it's like to be a human whose job is to care for animals. This episode includes discussions of suicide and suicide prevention. ********** Have you registered …
 
Located in Chicago, Ujimaa Medics is a community-based organization that provides critical health care training to the community, in support of the people who live there. Part 2 of this conversation includes one of UMedics' supporters and volunteers and to share her personal experience and continue the discussion of caring for one another and mobil…
 
Ujimaa is a Swahili word that refers to collective work and responsibility. Located in Chicago, Ujimaa Medics is a community-based organization that provides critical health care training to the community, in support of the people who live there. Part 1 of this conversation dives deep into questions of health justice, access to care, and the need f…
 
This week, Cal and our guest, Anna Valdez, consider the question: what if care providers just believed people? What if we just believed that people were telling the truth about their pain or discomfort? This week is a deep dive into assumptions, biases, and cultural habits that increase suffering for all humans. ********** Healwell's virtual confer…
 
Cal and Cathy talk with Ian Watlington about respect for bodies as they are, awareness of the whole human life cycle, and what we should all thank disability advocates for. (Hint: curb cuts are just the start.) ********** Ian is one of the presenters at Healwell's Just Care: Social Justice in Health Care conference, October 9-10. Find out more here…
 
Gene Dockery knows bad research when they see it, and in this episode, they are talking with Cal and Cathy about one of the most famous (and insidiously pervasive) bad research studies out there. It's the one that gave us the ideas about "latent homosexuality." In a deep, wide-ranging, and unflinching look at this study, and bad research in general…
 
This episode originally aired in November 2020. Cal and Cathy talk with Ann Blair Kennedy and Kemi Balogun, where they discuss the lack of diversity and inclusion in the health care professions and possibilities for moving to a more inclusive place. ********** Learn more about Just Care: Social Justice in Health Care, our virtual conference on Octo…
 
In this rebroadcast of an episode from December 2020, Cal and Cathy talk with the inimitable Gil Hedley about anatomy, bodies, wholeness, acceptance, and the ultimate wisdom inherent in the human body. ********** Interdisciplinary will be on hiatus until July. We have a great Season 3 already in the works, and hope you will join us there. *********…
 
As our podcasts guests said a few weeks ago, housing is health care. This week, Cal and Cathy talk with Dan Berger and Tara Wenger, Service Coordinators and hosts of The Service Coordinator Podcast, about their work with the residents of affordable housing. Service Coordinators are like a multiplex knife -- able to adapt to multiple situations and …
 
This week's guest are here to talk to us about supporting trans folks, and what it means to be an ally in general. Kalyn and Ro of Get Your Joey are here to encourage us to move beyond "tolerance" or "acceptance" to truly celebrating and affirming the people in our lives for who they are, right now. ("What's a Joey?", you ask. Listen in to find out…
 
In this episode, we talk about health care for the homeless. How can this organization deliver person-centered, interdisciplinary care to some of Baltimore's most vulnerable people, and what can we learn from them? ********** Health Care for the Homeless - Maryland: hchmd.org ********** Support us on Patreon: patreon.com/interdisciplinary *********…
 
Jill Cole joins the podcast this week to talk about truly advanced clinical practice, elevating patient care, and building interdisciplinary care. It's not about your hands, it's about what your brain tells your hands to do. ********** Continue the conversation in the Healwell Community: community.healwell.org ********** Support your favorite inter…
 
This week, it's Cal and Cathy talking about stuff. Hear what your favorite podcasts hosts are thinking and reading these days, and how everything is connected to good health care. ****** Join the Healwell Community to continue the conversation, and get discounted registration for the Just Care: Social Justice in Health Care virtual conference: comm…
 
In this episode, Cal and Cathy welcome Jan Booth for a talk about this thing we all have in common -- death. What does it mean to really care for folks at the end of life? How can we prepare ourselves, our medical providers, and our caregivers for the end of our lives? And what are some new ways that people have found to serve in this area? *******…
 
This week, Cathy and Cal talk with an RN who works at a state correctional facility. What is it like to care for people who are incarcerated? What does she wish people knew about life inside a prison? And what in the world is up with all the beans? This fascinating conversation will give you a glimpse of what it is like to be a caregiver in a syste…
 
Black women who are diagnosed with breast cancer are 71% more likely to die. This week.s guest, Jamil Rivers, has made it her life's work to explore this disparity and find solutions. Jamil talks with Cal about her organization, The Chrysalis Initiative, their programs, and what is really driving those outcome disparities. Jamil also talks about wh…
 
Everyone is talking about vaccine distribution. An important part of the story is equity. Today, Cal and Cathy welcome Eileen Milian and Christian Malachy Porter of the We Got Us Project, a Boston-based organization seeking "to empower our communities with accurate science information and public health resources by connecting Black community member…
 
This week, Cal talks with Briane Pinkson, a true interdisciplinary pioneer. Briane shares her experiences forming and growing interdisciplinary care within her hospital. This is a must listen for any professional who wants to champion truly interdisciplinary care in their workplace. ***** Support your favorite Interdisciplinary podcast! Get full ep…
 
Elder Angela Overton experienced the value of interdisciplinary care as a teenager dealing with cancer. She joins the podcast today to dive deep into a discussion of equity, systemic change, and taking loving care of one another. Expect open hearts and honest talk about the barriers that prevent us from embracing each other in our full humanity. **…
 
Cal and Cathy welcome Chanda Hinton, love-driven interdisciplinary powerhouse. Chanda talks about how integrative care saved her life, and what she is doing to ensure everyone has access to services. If you've ever wondered what one person can do, this episode is for you. ********** Support us on Patreon and get early access to all episodes, and sp…
 
This episode features stories from people who have received the COVID vaccine, their experience, how and where they got the vaccine, and what it means to them. First, though, you will hear from one individual whose life may depend on other people getting vaccinated. **************************************************** Support us on Patreon for earl…
 
Cathy and guest host, Rebecca Sturgeon, have an interdisciplinary talk fest with Sam Cotton, of the Trager Institute in Louisville, Kentucky. Hear how one institution is training the next generation of professionals to work as a team to provide the best care to older adults. ******************************************* Support us on Patreon! Early a…
 
Cal and Cathy welcome Beth Rosenthal and Dale Healey to talk about collaboration and true integrative care. It's about connecting practitioners and sharing resources. It's about knowing each other as people so we can advocate for other professions and have them advocate for ours. ******************************* Become a patron and be the first to h…
 
Cal and Cathy welcome Davonna Willis, entrepreneur and massage therapy educator. Davonna moderates a social media group for Black massage therapists and is here is talk about racism in the massage industry (and in life), the benefits of a safe space to share, and what white folks can do to support our Black colleagues. (There's a hint in the title.…
 
Cal and Cathy welcome Lee Harper-Chen and Alexis Paules, ICU nurses who work at the bedside with COVID patients. In this episode we hear what it's really like for front line health care workers, why just showing up is impressive, and how taking care of ourselves (by wearing masks and washing hands) is the best way to support nurses and other front …
 
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