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Welcome to the Narratives of North Broad Podcast! We believe in stories. We believe stories heal, inspire, build community, and can change the world.⁣⁣This podcast will celebrate the stories of those at Temple Health. We will ask our guests about their paths to medicine, what they are most passionate about in medicine today, the challenges and rewards of working at Temple, how they find balance in their lives, and what advice they have for students and trainees. There are so many people throughout our community who help make this an incredible place in North Philadelphia.⁣⁣ Hosts are Hank Davis, a medical student at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine (LKSOM) at Temple University in Philadelphia, and Michael Vitez, a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist who is now the Director of the Narrative Medicine program at LKSOM.⁣⁣ Instagram: @narrativesofnorthbroad
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Today we are speaking with Dr. Noah Levinson, a neurologist at Temple University Hospital.  Dr. Levinson is a born teacher, and shares with us today his path to medicine, his interest in the brain, his decision to pursue neurology, and what he loves about teaching students and residents. He recently was the attending on my neurology rotation, and we'll talk about some of the firsts I experienced alongside him. Having a patient die, delivering bad news, and getting close with a patient. That and more, from his bird-watching to beer-brewing.(Note: this episode was recorded on July 27, 2021)Instagram: @narrativesofnorthbroadTwitter: @NarrativesofNB
Today we are speaking with Dr. Jessica Beard.A  trauma surgeon at Temple University Hospital and the Director of research at the Philadelphia Center for gun violence reporting.  She just became a Stoneleigh Foundation fellow,  giving her more opportunity to do research on gun violence prevention. Dr. Beard has a background in public health and has been devoted to trying to reduce the amount of gun violence in Philadelphia. She talks today about her path to medicine, her passion for public health, and how she responds to the emotional challenges of seeing such suffering every day.  She also discusses some of the causes and solutions of gun violence in our cities.(Note: this episode was recorded on July 28, 2021)Instagram: @narrativesofnorthbroadTwitter: @NarrativesofNB
On this episode,  medical student Hank Davis, and the Director of Narrative Medicine, Michael Vitez sit down with Dr. Oneida Arosarena. She is an otolaryngologist at Temple and Associate Dean of Diversity and Inclusion. We asked her all about what the last year has been like for her, both as a surgeon and physician working during the pandemic, and in her role as Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion at a time when the pandemic has shown so clearly the inequality in our city and country. Dr. Arosarena is a graduate of Johns Hopkins for her undergraduate and medical degrees. She did her residency at University of Michigan in otolaryngology, and a fellowship at the University of New York Upstate in facial plastic, reconstructive, and craniofacial surgery. In our conversation, she told us about what excites her most these days working at Temple and shared a wonderful story about a patient she will long remember.(Note: this episode was recorded on March 16, 2021)Instagram: @narrativesofnorthbroadTwitter: @NarrativesofNB
Raw reflection and intentional dialogues on Black America with my medical school classmate Carman Windom.This is a combined 2 Part Episode.Part 1: Takes place in the beginning of June a week after the events of George Floyd.Part 2: Takes place some months later after we digest our emotions and we could reflect.
This is our first repeat guest, Dr. Thomas Fekete. He is the Chair of the Department of Medicine at Temple, the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, and a specialist in infectious diseases. We had Dr. Fekete on our podcast back in March at the outbreak of Covid-19, and asked him back on the show to get an update. We talk all things coronavirus -- what we’ve learned, what we still don’t know, and what it’s been like for him at Temple hospital during the pandemic.I even asked whether he’d himself now go to a dinner party, and finally he gives us his forecast going forward.(Note: this episode was recorded on July 8, 2020)Instagram: @narrativesofnorthbroadTwitter: @NarrativesofNB
Our guest today is Dr. Daniel Eun, the renowned robotic surgeon at LKSOM whose patients come from all over the country and the world. Dr. Eun will share with us his early life story, how his father was a missionary, and how he came to America and Philadelphia. He will tell the remarkable story of how he made lemons into lemonade — he didn’t match on match day, but determination, hard work and serendipity landed in him in the perfect place to pioneer robotic surgery in urology.  Dr. Eun is thoughtful, open and incredibly easy to talk with.. We really enjoyed our conversation. (Note: this episode was recorded on March 9, 2020)Instagram: @narrativesofnorthbroadTwitter: @NarrativesofNB
For this episode, our guest is the remarkable Dr. Zoe Maher.Raised by artistic parents, a former dancer herself, who has become a trauma surgeon at Temple. She is also one of the leading physician advocates in our region for changing gun laws, working with legislators and communities to stop the flow of gun violence victims before they find their way into Temple's trauma bay. (Note: this episode was recorded on October 22, 2019)Instagram: @narrativesofnorthbroadTwitter: @NarrativesofNB
Dr. Ellen Tedaldi is an icon at Temple University Hospital and the Lewis Katz School of Medicine. She is beloved by patients, students and colleagues alike. Dr. Tedaldi has been caring for AIDS and HIV patients since before the disease had a name, and she continues to care for her patients today, still making home visits even in a pandemic. We caught up with Dr. Tedaldi before the coronavirus pandemic swept the world and nation to talk about her life in medicine, and we think the interview is as relevant and interesting today as ever. Thanks for tuning into our latest podcast, Narratives of North Broad, Stories from Temple Health. This is Hank Davis, a medical student, joined by Michael Vitez, Director of Narrative Medicine at Temple. Now, Dr. Ellen Tedaldi...(Note: this episode was recorded on October 8, 2019)Instagram: @narrativesofnorthbroadTwitter: @NarrativesofNB
In this episode, Hank and Michael speak with Dr. Thomas Fekete.Dr. Fekete shares with us what it feels like inside Temple Hospital as doctors and nurses prepare for the pandemic to hit our area. He's an expert in infectious diseases and his passion for and knowledge of the subject pours out in this conversation. He tells us why coronavirus is different, what we should be doing, and we talk about what the next few weeks and months could look like. As dangerous as this pandemic is, Dr. Fekete gave us a sense of reassurance and an optimism we will get through it...(Note: this episode was recorded on March 18, 2020)Instagram: @narrativesofnorthbroadTwitter: @NarrativesofNB
In this episode, Hank and Michael speak with Dr. Joseph D'Orazio. Board certified in Emergency Medicine, Medical Toxicology, and Addiction Medicine - he is an expert on the current Opioid Epidemic. We discuss why he thinks the opioid crisis is so prevalent today, possible ways to combat it – and the right ways for physicians to prescribe opioids in the first place. We also talk about the language and proper terminology surrounding substance use disorder. Finally, we discuss what we can all be doing to help.(Note: this episode was recorded on September 17, 2019)Instagram: @narrativesofnorthbroadTwitter: @NarrativesofNB
In this episode, Hank and Michael sit down with Sister Jocelyn Edathil who is also a  Hospitalist at Temple University Hospital. She is both a physician and a Catholic Nun. Not only was she born at Temple University Hospital, she now walks the hospital halls in her habit. We discuss how being a Nun helps her connect with her patients, but also some of the challenges it brings while caring for her patients. We talk about her vow of poverty and the way her spirituality counters physician burn out.(Note: this episode was recorded on September 17, 2019)Instagram: @narrativesofnorthbroadTwitter: @NarrativesofNB
In this inaugural episode, Hank and Michael talk with Dr. Naomi Rosenberg. She is an emergency medicine physician at Temple University Hospital and assistant director of the Narrative Medicine program here at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine. We discuss her journey into medicine and why she chose emergency medicine. We also talk about an inevitable aspect of being a doctor -- delivering bad news. And we dive into a discussion of her amazing essay that for days was the best read story on the New York Times website,  "How to Tell A Mother Her Child is Dead." We also discuss what Narrative Medicine means, and why she believes it is so valuable for physicians, patients, and students.(Note: this episode was recorded on July 29, 2019)Instagram: @narrativesofnorthbroadTwitter: @NarrativesofNB
Welcome to the Narratives of North Broad Podcast! This brief introduction will give listeners a chance to meet co-hosts Hank Davis and Michael Vitez, and it will give a glimpse of what listeners can expect from episodes to come. Hank Davis is a first year medical student at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University in Philadelphia. Michael Vitez is a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist who is now the Director of the Narrative Medicine program at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine in Philadelphia.Instagram: @narrativesofnorthbroadTwitter: @NarrativesofNB
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