This week’s interview is with Kaz Nelson, MD, a psychiatrist and podcast host. Also, Nick and Emi Okamoto, MD, chat about a recent, controversial study in the American Journal of Emergency Medicine, the looming closure of a major hospital, and credit card hacks.
Dr. Okamoto is an internal medicine clinician in Philadelphia and a guest writer on The Curbsiders podcast.
Nick Andrews on Twitter at @Tribnic
- Weekly quiz (1:20)
- Advice for your first/new job (06:18)
- Credit card hacks (08:41)
- AJEM controversial study (12:41)
- Hahnemann Hospital to close (17:38)
- Interview with Kaz Nelson, MD (22:00)
- World Trade Center responders' cancer
- Cannabis use among pregnant women 2002-2017
- Surprise out-of-network medical bills
- Teen/YA suicide rate
- Aplisol shortage
- Hahnemann Hospital to close
- Credit card tweet and tread
- AJEM article "Does physician gender have a significant impact on first-pass success rate of emergency endotracheal intubation?"
- Kaz (Katherine) Nelson, MD, bio
- The Mind Deconstructed podcast
Kaz Nelson, MD, associate professor and vice chair of education in the department of psychiatry at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.
Dr. Nelson hosts The Mind Deconstructed, a podcast that aims to "dispel myths, address listener questions, talk directly about serious topics (such as suicide), and inform the public about what they need to know to maintain mental health and a life worth living."
You can find the official website by clicking here.
You can find Dr. Nelson on Twitter @KazJNelson
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