Dec 29, 2012 | 27:30White Coat Black Art Where Art and Medicine Converge Audio
White Coat Black Art Where Art and Medicine Converge Dec 29, 2012 | 27:30This week on White Coat, Black Art, Dr. Brian Goldman with three stories about the place where art and medicine meet that just happen to reflect his state of mind including a conversation with a fellow ER physician who's made a name for himself in another field: film making. Dr. Max Montalvo has directed a documentary and is now working on his third music video for the Canadian band the Tragically Hip. Brian asked him about balancing life in the ER with life behind the camera.
Dec 22, 2012 | 27:30White Coat Black Art Doctors in the Family, Yurkiewicz Blog, ZDogg M.D., and the Medical Parody contest winners Audio
White Coat Black Art Doctors in the Family, Yurkiewicz Blog, ZDogg M.D., and the Medical Parody contest winners Dec 22, 2012 | 27:30On a holiday edition of White Coat Black Art, what it's like when being a doctor is a family business. We'll meet two med student sisters from Harvard who both blog about medicine. Plus a conversation with ZDogg M.D. He's a Las Vegas internist whose music video parodies about modern medicine have already gone viral with a cult following of doctors. All that and we announce the winners of the White Coat Black Art medical parody contest.
Dec 14, 2012 | 27:30White Coat Black Art Breaking the Silence with the Adversity Doctors Audio
White Coat Black Art Breaking the Silence with the Adversity Doctors Dec 14, 2012 | 27:30This week stories from three up-and-coming MDs that will surprise you. All three live with a disability and it's not often their stories get told. That's because there's been an tradition of keeping quiet when you face any kind of adversity in medicine.But if you needed proof that attitude is changing -- these three are it.
Dec 14, 2012 | 14:39White Coat Black Art Navigating the World of Medicine from a Wheelchair (Extended interview) Audio
White Coat Black Art Navigating the World of Medicine from a Wheelchair (Extended interview) Dec 14, 2012 | 14:39Steve Daniel is a second-year med student at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. But before that, he did four tours of duty in Bosnia, Croatia and Afghanistan with the Canadian Armed Forces. In 2005, the former parachute instructor had a free-fall accident while conducting a course and was paralyzed instantly. Three years later, he competed at the Beijing Paralympics in arms-only rowing. And it was there he met a fellow athlete who inspired him to pursue medicine. Brian talks to him about navigating the world of medicine from a wheelchair.
Dec 8, 2012 | 27:30White Coat Black Art Realities of the Do Not Resuscitate Order Audio
White Coat Black Art Realities of the Do Not Resuscitate Order Dec 8, 2012 | 27:30DNR is code for 'Do Not Resuscitate', a signed order on your hospital chart not to start CPR if your heart stops or put you on a ventilator if you stop breathing. This week Dr. Brian Goldman looks at how family members respond when doctors ask for a Do Not Resuscitate order on a loved one — and the perspective of doctors and nurses on getting the DNR.
Nov 24, 2012 | 27:30White Coat Black Art What the Canadian Healthcare System can learn from U.S. Airways Flight 1549 Audio
White Coat Black Art What the Canadian Healthcare System can learn from U.S. Airways Flight 1549 Nov 24, 2012 | 27:30This week, using the hard fought lessons from the aviation industry to make health care safer and avoid medical mistakes. Brian Goldman speaks to Captain Sully Sullenberger, the pilot who safely guided US Airways Flight 1549 to an emergency landing in the Hudson River -- saving everyone on board. Sully and others speak about how the principles of aviation safety can be applied the world of medicine.
Nov 23, 2012 | 39:07White Coat Black Art Remembering Dr. Robert Buckman (Keynote speech) Audio
White Coat Black Art Remembering Dr. Robert Buckman (Keynote speech) Nov 23, 2012 | 39:07Laura Adams runs an institute that's transforming health care in Rhode Island. As a young nurse, she saw ways to improve the system to reduce medical errors. But her world view really changed when she became a patient. Last June, she gave the keynote address at a tribute to the late Dr. Robert Buckman.