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- Margolis Internship Spotlight: Elaijah Lapay and Sophie Hurewitz April 14, 2022In this episode, Elaijah Lapay and Sophie Hurewitz discuss their experiences with the Margolis Internship Program & the Duke Medical Ethics Journal (DMEJ) and how these opportunities informed their interests in medical ethics and policy. Enjoy!Duke SCOHP
- Health Policy Week Special: Health Care for Trans Individuals January 28, 2022This episode was created as a special for Duke SCOHP's Health Policy Week. Duke undergraduate Jordan Reaves presents the nuanced and complex issues that trans individuals face in trying to access care and navigating insurance policy in the US.Duke SCOHP
- Health Policy Week Special: The Balkanization of Medicine January 25, 2022In this special episode for Duke SCOHP's Health Policy Week, Adrian Caiazzo will explore a pressing problem in the United States healthcare system: the balkanization of medicine. Find the full transcript hereDuke SCOHP
- Healthcare, Business, and Technology Part 2 August 2, 2021In this episode, we discuss the intersection of healthcare, business, and technology with Dr. Yousuf Zafar, a gastrointestinal medical oncologist and Associate Professor of Medicine, Public Policy and Population Health Science at the Duke Cancer Institute, and the Duke Margolis Center for Health Policy. Topics include the modern US healthcare system, the future role of […]Duke SCOHP
- Healthcare, Business, and Technology Part 1 July 26, 2021In this episode, we discuss the intersection of healthcare, business, and technology with Dr. Krishna Udayakumar, the Associate Director for Innovation at the Duke Global Health Institute, an Associate Professor of Global Health and Medicine, and the Director of the Duke Global Health Innovation Center. Topics include the modern US healthcare system, the future role […]Duke SCOHP
- Health Policy and Early Childhood Development (Ep. 3) May 11, 2021There are a number of factors that affect a child’s development, such as genes and the provision of direct health care services. However, from what we gather so far, it is family, social and community influences that play the greatest role in influencing children’s growth. In our last episode, Dr. Kelly Kelleher talked about efforts […]Duke SCOHP
- Health Policy and Early Childhood Development (Ep. 2) April 28, 2021In our last episode on “Health Policy and Early Childhood Development”, we talked in general about the trends and challenges in children’s development and policy. One major trend that we discussed was that although infant mortality rates have decreased over the years, there has been an uptick in neurodevelopmental and mental health disorders among children […]Duke SCOHP
- Health Policy and Early Childhood Development April 12, 2021In this episode, we briefly touch on discoveries about the nature of early childhood development, using this as a launchpad to discuss the trends we have seen in children’s health and well-being from a population health perspective. Infant mortality is decreasing, overall, but this fact by no means gives us a good picture of children’s […]Duke SCOHP
- The Future of Personalized Medicine April 7, 2021In this episode, we talk about one of the emerging frontiers of healthcare - personalized medicine - with the distinguished Dr. Ralph Snyderman, the father of the field. Find the full transcript here.Duke SCOHP
- The Push for Patient-Centered Care March 29, 2021In today’s podcast, we explore the many facets of patient-centered care and its impact on patient outcomes alongside Duke pediatric dermatologist, Dr. Neil Prose. Find the full transcript here.Duke SCOHP