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Bassam speaks with Dr. Thomas M. Scalea, a trauma surgeon and the Physician-in-Chief of the renowned R. Cowley Adams Shock Trauma in Baltimore, MD.  In a wide-ranging conversation,  they discuss his journey to medicine, how he manages such a busy clinical and administrative schedule, the importance of compassionate touch in the age of technology, and what it means to be an effective leader.Complete episode show notes can be found here:  https://www.doctorhustle.com/episode21/Doctor Hustle Twitter: @doctor_hustleDoctor Hustle Instagram: @doctor.hustle 
Hey Listeners! For this 20th episode, I decided to mix it up and do a solo episode! I discuss the origins of the Doctor Hustle podcast and where I hope to take the project. If you have never heard the podcast before, this episode will catch you up! I also talk about my challenge with the concept of self-promotion and share three awesome resources on marketing that will be helpful for whatever project you are working on. I'd love to know what you think. Don't forget to like, share, subscribe, and leave a review!Complete episode show notes can be found here:  https://www.doctorhustle.com/episode20/Doctor Hustle Twitter: @doctor_hustleDoctor Hustle Instagram: @doctor.hustle 
Bassam speaks with Dr. Fred Barrett, a cognitive neuroscientist and psychedelics researcher, about the current state of psychedelics research. Dr. Barrett explains what they are, how they work, and the history of psychedelics research. He discusses drugs like psilocybin (magic mushrooms), LSD, ayahuasca, and MDMA and how these drugs might be used in clinical settings. Complete episode show notes can be found here:  https://www.doctorhustle.com/episode19/Doctor Hustle Twitter: @doctor_hustleDoctor Hustle Instagram: @doctor.hustle
Bassam is joined by special guest co-host, Dr. Marshall Leonard, an emergency medicine physician and  former professional soccer player with the New England Revolution. Together they speak with Dr. Riley Williams, an orthopedic surgeon, professor at Weill Cornell Medical College, and team physician for the Brooklyn Nets, New York Red Bulls, and Team USA Basketball. In a wide-ranging conversation, some of the topics they discuss are their careers in sports, the impact of COVID-19, and political activism in sports.Complete episode show notes can be found here:  https://www.doctorhustle.com/episode18/Doctor Hustle Twitter: @doctor_hustleDoctor Hustle Instagram: @doctor.hustle
Bassam speaks with Dr. Jes Smith about how he launched Biofuse, an IV infusion and therapy clinic, and how he went from idea to execution. They also discuss how the COVID pandemic inspired him to design and invent a safer way to manage airways with a negative pressure aerosol chamber. Finally Dr. Smith talks about the importance of investing in smart people and why it is important to make money while you sleep.Complete episode show notes can be found here:  https://www.doctorhustle.com/episode17/Doctor Hustle Twitter: @doctor_hustleDoctor Hustle Instagram: @doctor.hustle
Bassam speaks with Dr. Roshan Sethi about his dual careers as a physician and a screenwriter. He has previously consulted or written for medical TV shows such as Code Black, Black Box, and The Resident. They discuss how he discovered his passion for screenwriting, how he broke into the business, the difference between writing for television versus a novel, and how writing helps him be a more empathetic doctor.Complete episode show notes can be found here:  https://www.doctorhustle.com/episode16/Doctor Hustle Twitter: @doctor_hustleDoctor Hustle Instagram: @doctor.hustle
Bassam speaks with Dr. Jay-Sheree Allen about her podcast, Millennial Health, which addresses the major health issues of Millennials. They discuss the burden of mental health and the stigma of therapy, how to effectively use social media without burning out, discovering your vocation, and how Dr. Allen strategically creates new opportunities for herself.Complete episode show notes can be found here:  https://www.doctorhustle.com/episode15/Dr. Jay-Sheree Allen Twitter: @DrJayShereeDr. Jay-Sheree Allen Instagram: @drjayshereeDr. Jay-Sheree Allen Website: drjaysheree.comDoctor Hustle Twitter: @doctor_hustleDoctor Hustle Instagram: @doctor.hustle
Bassam speaks with Dr. Christopher Carleo about his journey as a new entrepreneur. Along with his partners, Dr. Carleo launched MDAnywhere (www.mdanywhere.com), an asynchronous telemedicine service that provides easy access to a high quality physician anytime and anywhere. They discuss the doubt that comes with entrepreneurship, the many steps that go into starting a medical company, and what it takes to see the vision to completion.Complete episode show notes can be found here:  https://www.doctorhustle.com/episode14/MDAnywhere Twitter: @md_anywhereMDAnywhere Instagram: @mdanywhereDoctor Hustle Twitter: @doctor_hustleDoctor Hustle Instagram: @doctor.hustle
Bassam speaks with Dr. Gerald Diaz, a physician-entrepreneur about his startup, GrepMed (www.grepmed.com), a free, image-based, medical reference platform. They discuss the journey of a founder, including the highs and lows of business, finding a co-founder, and learning how to grow your platform. Dr. Diaz gives plenty of valuable advice for anyone starting a brand new venture.Complete episode show notes can be found here:  https://www.doctorhustle.com/episode13/GrepMed Twitter: @grepmededGrepMed Instagram: @grepmedDoctor Hustle Twitter: @doctor_hustleDoctor Hustle Instagram: @doctor.hustle
Bassam speaks with Dr. Diana Anderson, a physician-architect about her pathway in creating this unique career. They also discuss the design of hospitals and nursing homes, and how COVID-19 might influence future healthcare design decisions. Dr. Anderson also discusses her work as a geriatrician and her organization, Clinicians for Design.Complete episode show notes can be found here:  https://www.doctorhustle.com/episode12/Doctor Hustle Twitter: @doctor_hustleDoctor Hustle Instagram: @doctor.hustle
Bassam speaks with Dr. Italo Brown, a physician-writer and assistant professor in Social Emergency Medicine at Stanford Hospital, about the recent Black Lives Matters movement and its relationship to medicine. Dr. Brown also discusses health disparities, COVID-19, HBCUs, and gives advice for underrepresented in medicine students on getting their foot in the door.Complete episode show notes can be found here:  https://www.doctorhustle.com/episode11/Doctor Hustle Twitter: @doctor_hustleDoctor Hustle Instagram: @doctor.hustle
Bassam talks with Dr. Mike Natter, a physician-artist, about his work in the emerging field of graphic medicine, how art informs his work as a doctor, and how having type 1 diabetes informs his art. In addition, Dr. Natter talks about the importance of creativity in medicine and gives ideas on how we can all find the artist within.Complete episode show notes can be found here:  https://www.doctorhustle.com/episode10/Doctor Hustle Twitter: @doctor_hustleDoctor Hustle Instagram: @doctor.hustle
Bassam talks with Dr. Timothy Harlan, a physician-chef, about his diverse career as an author, entrepreneur, and his health-food and wellness website, DrGourmet.com. Along the way, he shares his secrets for healthier eating and how to never make the same sandwich twice.Complete episode show notes can be found here:  https://www.doctorhustle.com/episode9/Doctor Hustle Twitter: @doctor_hustleDoctor Hustle Instagram: @doctor.hustle
Bassam talks with Dr. Ajay Major, a physician-publisher, about how he co-founded the popular online narrative medicine publications: in-Training and in-House, why he started the literary non-profit, Pager Publications, and his advice on everything from leadership to teamwork to social media.Complete episode show notes can be found here:  https://www.doctorhustle.com/episode8/Doctor Hustle Twitter: @doctor_hustleDoctor Hustle Instagram: @doctor.hustle
Bassam talks with Dr. Amitha Kalaichandran, a pediatrics resident and health journalist about how she became a writer, how she crafts her stories, what she learned in her experience launching a start up, and what the next big thing in healthcare might be.Complete episode show notes can be found here:  https://www.doctorhustle.com/episode7/Doctor Hustle Twitter: @doctor_hustleDoctor Hustle Instagram: @doctor.hustle
Bassam talks with the co-founders of the renowned medical education company, Sketchy Medical, about how they started their company as medical students, what it is like to run a genuinely creative company in medicine, how they are helping rethink the way medicine is taught and learned.Complete episode show notes can be found here:  https://www.doctorhustle.com/episode6/Doctor Hustle Twitter: @doctor_hustleDoctor Hustle Instagram: @doctor.hustle
Bassam talks with Dr. Amy Faith Ho, a nationally published writer and speaker on topics ranging from healthcare policy to medical education to women's advocacy. They chat about how women's "disadvantages" are actually strengths, how Dr. Ho started her writing career, and her diverse contributions to medicine.Complete episode show notes can be found here:  https://www.doctorhustle.com/episode5/Doctor Hustle Twitter: @doctor_hustleDoctor Hustle Instagram: @doctor.hustle
Bassam talks with Dr. Herman Williams, Executive Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer for RCCH Hospital Care Partners about how he reinvented himself after suffering a major heart attack in residency and the lessons people can learn from his experience. Dr. Williams is also the author of "Clear! Living the Life You Didn't Dream Of," which chronicles his recovery.Complete episode show notes can be found here:  https://www.doctorhustle.com/episode4/Doctor Hustle Twitter: @doctor_hustleDoctor Hustle Instagram: @doctor.hustle
Bassam talks with Dr. Michael G. Knight, President and Founder of the Renewing Health Foundation, and Assistant Professor of Medicine at the George Washington University School of Medicine. They talk about his journey as a student at Oakwood University to President of the Student National Medical Association to starting a nonprofit in his intern year in order to address the health disparities he witnessed growing up in New York City.Complete episode show notes can be found here:  https://www.doctorhustle.com/episode3/Doctor Hustle Twitter: @doctor_hustleDoctor Hustle Instagram: @doctor.hustle
Bassam talks with Dr. Wayne Moore, who works as the Medical Director of the Physician Assistant program at Meharry Medical College and is the founder and CEO of Moore Life Urgent Care located in Gallatin, TN. They chat about his path from medical student to Medical Director of Emergency Medical Services of Washington, DC to how he became an entrepreneur and started his urgent care clinic.Dr. Wayne Moore would like to dedicate this episode to the memory of his father, Earl W. Moore D.D. MPH, who served as his inspiration, motivation, and mentor. Love you, dad! RIP. (February 19, 1925 to June 11, 2018).Complete episode show notes can be found here:  https://www.doctorhustle.com/episode2/Doctor Hustle Twitter: @doctor_hustleDoctor Hustle Instagram: @doctor.hustle
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