Oct 1, 2010 | 27:30White Coat Black Art Patients as Facebook Friends Audio
White Coat Black Art Patients as Facebook Friends Oct 1, 2010 | 27:30About 1 in 6 people on the planet are participate in some form of social media - Twitter, myspace, Facebook or any of hundreds of similar sites. What happens when health professionals start to use social networking to connect with patients?
Oct 8, 2010 | 27:30White Coat Black Art Difficulties Tackling Chronic Pain Audio
White Coat Black Art Difficulties Tackling Chronic Pain Oct 8, 2010 | 27:30This week on White Coat, Black Art - the cruel and invisible puppet-master known as chronic pain. It costs Canadians an estimated 10 billion dollars a year in health care and lost productivity, and yet doctors are still very much playing a guessing game when it comes to how to alleviate it.
Oct 22, 2010 | 27:30White Coat Black Art Sex, Lies, and Medical Mistakes Audio
White Coat Black Art Sex, Lies, and Medical Mistakes Oct 22, 2010 | 27:30It's called Female Sexual Dysfunction.
And according to investigative journalist Ray Moynihan, the so-called disease is largely a creation of drug companies. This week on White Coat, Black Art, Moynihan explains to host Dr. Brian Goldman, what happens when marketing meets medicine. And more highlights from our town hall "To Err is Medicine."
Dec 10, 2010 | 27:30White Coat Black Art Lights and Sirens, and Helping the Wounded in Haiti Audio
White Coat Black Art Lights and Sirens, and Helping the Wounded in Haiti Dec 10, 2010 | 27:30This week, a look at the call for emergency help from the perspective of those coming to the rescue and those in need. You'll hear what it's like for paramedics to race to a call, and about the difficult life and decisions one trauma surgeon made while helping the wounded in Haiti after the earthquake. All this and more on White Coat, Black Art's "Lights and Sirens" show.
Dec 23, 2010 | 27:30White Coat Black Art Caring for the Dying (Extended Residents panel) Audio
White Coat Black Art Caring for the Dying (Extended Residents panel) Dec 23, 2010 | 27:30Five medical residents speak with Dr. Brian Goldman about learning how to care for patients who are dying. Sometimes these are patients who've been very sick, but sometimes a healthy patient's situation can change unexpectedly for the worse and the responsibility falls to a resident to deliver the news.