This page displays podcasts related to the topic of gender equity.
The University of Oxford has a number of interesting podcasts on different topics relating to Women in Science, some relevant and interesting podcasts are linked in the list below.
Med School Tutors has a sponsored podcast called "My First Cadaver", and this episode "Episode 8: My First "Darling-Honey-Sweetheart"— Conversations with Women in Medicine" discusses perceptions and stereotypes regarding women in medicine, this blog post also explains further on this topic.
The AMA Moving Medicine podcast from the American Medical Association (AMA), has many episodes devoted to topics related to women in medicine and the challenges they face, as well as gender equity in general. The podcast aims to help physicians "stay in the loop on innovations and emerging issues impacting physicians and public health today. On this series from the American Medical Association, you'll find interviews, educational presentations and in-depth discussions about relevant health care topics." View all AMA podcasts at ama-assn.org/podcasts
Hosts Dr Raj Gupta and Dr Eric Schwenk address hot topics in regional anesthesia and pain medicine, featuring guests from the ASRA community.
Listen to this audio interview with Dr Esther Choo, which highlights steps medical institutions can take to support and empower women.
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Dr. Nance Goldstein, is a certified leadership coach and trainer, and her podcast "Finding me in medicine again" has episodes featuring experienced female physicians, who discuss the ways they managed their medical practices and found time for their families and for themselves. The podcast is aimed at early career women physicians, to help them explore how to solve difficult yet common challenges.
The new CPSolvers Women in Diagnosis Series (WDx), led by Dr. Sharmin Shekarchian, Dr. Emma Levine, and Dr. Lindsey Shipley, aims to promote, celebrate, and elevate women in diagnostic reasoning. Their hope is to create a space for women of all training levels to learn from mentors and “nerd-out” about clinical reasoning. They also discuss issues related to barriers, access, and opportunities by sharing the skills and stories of women navigating careers in medicine.
The series will consist of monthly episodes with women from the CPSolvers team and guest experts discussing topics such as the intersection of gender and race in medicine and solving clinical unknowns.
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