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73 minutes | Mar 15, 2021
Jennifer And Amanda Payne, Stigma In Mental Health - Ep. 46
In today's episode, Cody and Kavita welcome Dr. Jennifer Payne and her daughter Amanda. They share personal experiences having or supporting others with mental health disorders and the societal attitudes that surround them.
37 minutes | Mar 1, 2021
Lauren Osborne, Jennifer Payne, Women's Hormonal Cycles - Ep. 45
Today, hosts Cody Weston and Natalie Phodiatis speak with Dr. Jennifer Payne and Dr. Lauren Osborne about hormonal changes in women and how they can affect mood disorders. They discuss the fluctuations of estrogen and progesterone – breaking down what these hormones are doing in a woman's body during the monthly cycle and why.
52 minutes | Feb 15, 2021
Cecil Tengatenga, Equity In Healthcare - Ep. 44
Guest Cecil Tengatenga brings a global perspective to equity in healthcare and medical research, with hosts Cody Weston and Natalie Phodiatis.
60 minutes | Feb 1, 2021
STDs and Sexual Health- Khalil Ghanem- Ep. 43
In today's episode Dr. Khalil Ghanem of Johns Hopkins discusses the topic of sexually transmitted diseases with host Kavita Chapla. This episode contains a little bit of graphic language from a medical standpoint and a lot of great information on the topic of sexual health!
93 minutes | Jan 18, 2021
Fred Berlin discusses paraphilias - Ep. 42
In todays episode Dr Berlin of John’s Hopkins speaks with Cody about sexual disorders known as paraphilias and how to treat those afflicted with or victimized by them.
45 minutes | Dec 21, 2020
Sunal Makadia Discusses COVID-19 and the Heart - Ep. 41
In today's episode, Dr. Sunal Makadia speaks with Kavita and Cody about how the novel coronavirus affects heart health, and what to do about it as we weather the pandemic together.
24 minutes | Nov 9, 2020
COVID Around the World - Bogota - Ep. 40
Natalie speaks with Laura from Bogota, Colombia about her experiences with the lockdown back in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. Join us to head across time and space to the beginning of the plague times.
57 minutes | Oct 27, 2020
HITPT - Lisa Chen - Ep. 39
In today's episode of Humanity in the Plague Times, Cody speaks with resident psychiatrist Lisa Chen about her experiences working through the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on her personally and professionally.
60 minutes | Oct 12, 2020
Milad Memari - Social Determinants of Health - Ep. 38
Dr. Milad Memari of Johns Hopkins Bayview speaks with Kavita and Cody about how things like social position, race/ethnicity, poverty, and distance from resources can affect people's health, and how people and providers can come together to address these.
40 minutes | Sep 22, 2020
Lindsay Standeven Discusses Allopregnanolone and Mood Disorders - Ep. 37
In this episode, Dr. Lindsay Standeven of Johns Hopkins speaks with Cody about Allopregnanolone, a hormone that's linked to mood disorders and has been turned into a therapy for depression after giving birth.
50 minutes | Sep 8, 2020
Part 2 - Adam Rossano discusses Psychiatry as a Resident Physician - Ep. 36
We wrap up our discussion of psychiatry with Dr. Adam Rossano, discussing more of what we wish people knew about what we do.
61 minutes | Aug 30, 2020
Adam Rossano discusses Psychiatry as a Resident Physician - Ep. 35
In today's episode, Dr. Adam Rossano of Johns Hopkins Phipps Residency discusses his experience practicing psychiatry and his approach to mental health. For listeners outside of medicine, a resident physician has their medical degree but continues to receive training from supervising physicians to improve their practice.
35 minutes | Aug 24, 2020
HITPT - Julia Weston - Ep. 34
In this episode of Humanity in the Plague Times, Julia Weston speaks about her experiences adapting her professional life as a hairstylist and her personal life to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. This was recorded early in the Pandemic (April), and it's fascinating to see how much has changed already.
30 minutes | Aug 10, 2020
Dr. Andresen discusses Hearing Loss - Ep. 33
Natalie speaks with Dr. Andresen on the topic of hearing loss. Learn who's at risk, how to protect yourself, and what to do if you already have difficulty hearing.
54 minutes | Jul 31, 2020
HITPT - Ashley Hope - Ep. 32
In this episode of Humanity in the Plague Times, Cody speaks with Ashley Hope about how the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted her path to gender-affirming surgery, a clear example of the ripple effect that COVID is having even for people who never contract the illness.
41 minutes | Jul 20, 2020
COVID Around the World - Stockholm and Cleveland - Ep. 31
In this installment of COVID Around the World, Natalie speaks with Bill and Anki in Cleveland and Ulrika in Stockholm, Sweden about how COVID has affected their professional and personal lives. They discuss the importance of making sacrifices and recognizing privilege during challenging times, the struggles of being a teenager during lockdown, and their hopes that this crisis will raise our awareness about the environment and society.
23 minutes | Jul 8, 2020
Randy Goldson Discusses Systemic Racism in America, Part 2 - Ep. 30
In today's episode, Dr. Randy Goldson of Temple University speaks with Cody and Kavita about the history of race relations in the United States, and shares his perspective on the roots of today's racial disparities and associated tensions. This is an Episode in 2 parts, so please check out the first part, Episode 29, if you haven't yet!
66 minutes | Jul 5, 2020
Randy Goldson Discusses Systemic Racism in America - Ep. 29
In today's episode, Dr. Randy Goldson of Temple University speaks with Cody and Kavita about the history of race relations in the United States, and shares his perspective on the roots of today's racial disparities and associated tensions. This is an Episode in 2 parts, so stay tuned for the conclusion, which will focus on the present and future.
26 minutes | Jun 29, 2020
HITPT - Sina Famenini Discusses COVID as a public health student - Ep 28
In the first installment of Humanity in the Plague Times, we hear from Sina Famenini, a student of public health and medical student at Johns Hopkins.
71 minutes | Jun 25, 2020
Cait McFarland Discusses Transgender Health - Ep. 27
In this episode, Dr. Cait McFarland, resident physician in psychiatry at Johns Hopkins, sits down with Cody and Kavita to discuss transgender healthcare and some of the unique challenges that face this community.
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