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Abul Rizvi is one of Australia’s foremost experts on immigration, having served at senior levels in the immigration department. We talked about his new Monash University Publishing book “Population Shock”, which dives deeply into the economics and politics of migration. You can buy a copy here: https://publishing.monash.edu/product/population-shock…
 
Show Notes August 16, 2021 Recent space adventures by Richard Branson on Virgin Galactic and Jeff Bezos’ flight on his rocket ship, “New Shepard,” have lowered the bar for travel beyond earth’s atmosphere. One consequence of humans entering space is the burgeoning and exciting field of space medicine. William Tarver, MD, MPH, discussed astronaut se…
 
Show Notes July 9, 2021 Many thanks to Rhonda Finnie, DNP, APRN (and a lot of other acronyms due to her many certifications!) for joining me today to examine the role of nurse practitioners and other nonphysician providers in the health care team. We discussed the recent article published in JAMA Neurology by Calli Cook, DNP, and Heidi Schwarz, MD,…
 
Show Notes July 9, 2021 Many thanks to Brian Bradley, Esq., for discussing the topic of asset protection during this 20-miunute podcast. Brian is an asset protection attorney with Bradley Legal Corp. The more assets one has, the more critical asset protection becomes. However, asset protection plans may be advisable even for those without private j…
 
Show Notes July 9, 2021 Many thanks to Leighann Landy, FNP-C, for sharing her experience as a co-owner of a Medspa with her husband, Stephen Landy, MD. If you listen to “The Art of Medicine” regularly, you will remember that Dr. Landy and I had a great talk about migraines in Episode #32. Leighann explained the difference between a Medspa and Daysp…
 
Show Notes July 7, 2021 Many thanks to Ripal Patel, MD, founder and lead for Mercision Emergency Medicine, for joining me to discuss locum tenens and ER medicine. Dr. Patel received his MD at UT Southwestern Medical Center and his MPH at Kings College, London. He started in general surgery but quickly found his home in ER medicine. After an ER resi…
 
Hugh Mackay on the Golden Rule and the Positivity Trap (Rebroadcast). Note that this episode contains some discussion of the share of people reporting 'No religion' in the Australian Census. The correct figures were 22.3% in the 2011 Census (which listed 'No religion' last), and 30.1% in the 2016 Census (which listed 'No religion' first).…
 
Jono Lineen explains why walking makes us wise (Rebroadcast). To mark The Good Life reaching 150 episodes, we're conducting a listener survey. The survey is HERE . It will take you about three minutes, and gives you a chance to suggest who you'd like to hear from in future episodes. Thanks in advance for sharing your insights and helping shape futu…
 
Show Notes July 7, 2021 Please join me for this 20-minute program with Pamela Finnie, RN, Trauma Program Manager at Regional One Health, Memphis, TN. We discussed the role of a regional trauma center and an important public health program, "Stop the Bleed." Pamela explains what trauma is and the need for immediate specialized care. As a Level 1 Tra…
 
152. Jill Stark on breakdowns and breakthroughs. If this episode raises issues for you, contact Lifeline on 13 11 14. To mark The Good Life reaching 150 episodes, we're conducting a listener survey. The survey is HERE . It will take you about three minutes, and gives you a chance to suggest who you'd like to hear from in future episodes. Thanks in …
 
John Bell on leadership lessons from Shakespeare. To mark The Good Life reaching 150 episodes, we're conducting a listener survey. The survey is HERE . It will take you about three minutes, and gives you a chance to suggest who you'd like to hear from in future episodes. Thanks in advance for sharing your insights and helping shape future episodes.…
 
Show Notes July 6, 2021 Many thanks to Maheen Mausoof Adamson, Ph.D., for joining me to discuss gender differences in traumatic brain injury. Dr. Adamson is Clinical Research Director for Rehabilitation Services at the Veterans Administration Palo Alto, CA, and Clinical Associate Professor of Neurosurgery at Stanford School of Medicine, Stanford, C…
 
150. Rhiannon Evans on lessons from Ancient Rome. To mark The Good Life's 150th episode, we're conducting a listener survey. The survey is HERE . It will take you about three minutes, and gives you a chance to suggest who you'd like to hear from in future episodes. Thanks in advance for sharing your insights and helping shape future episodes. N.B. …
 
Show Notes Colin Zhu, DO, is a locum tenens family physician and author of “Thrive Medicine: How to Cultivate Your Desires and Elevate Your Life.” Colin is a multidimensional physician—he tries to merge Eastern and Western medical philosophies and obtained a culinary degree. Colin discusses how diverse locum experiences locums helped him find his n…
 
Why is politics more like poker than chess? I spoke with James Glenday about my book ‘The Luck of Politics’, and ran through some of the ways that fortune and misfortune have shaped political careers, from Whitlam to Morrison.על ידי Andrew Leigh MP
 
Dr. Robin’s School Please join me for a fun-filled discussion with Robin Dickinson, MD, creator of “Dr. Robin’s School,” an online pre-medical school for children curious about human physiology. Dr. Dickinson is a board-certified family physician whose teaching career began in the third grade—when she was a third-grade student! Tasked with tutoring…
 
Show Notes William Tarver, MD, MPH Many thanks to William Tarver, MD, MPH, for taking time from his busy day at NASA to discuss space medicine on “The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner.” Bill trained as an Air Force Flight Surgeon. Then, after a stint in private practice, he joined NASA over 15 years ago. Please join us for this fascinating 25…
 
Show Notes Please join me for this enjoyable 15-minute interview with Bret Stetka, MD, who discusses his new book, “A History of the Human Brain.” Bret has been my editor at Medscape.com for more than a decade. He also freelances as a health and science journalist for Scientific American and NPR. His excellent writing came to the attention of an ag…
 
Does work give our lives purpose, meaning and status? Or is it a tedious necessity soon to be abolished by automation, leaving humans free to enjoy a life of leisure and basic income? Jon Cruddas' essential book tackles these fundamental questions for our economy and society. Join me as I discuss with Jon his theory about the role of work in social…
 
Show Notes Mistaken Identity and Good Guy Coffee This episode of “The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner” is a little different. It explores how the power of social media can suddenly upset one’s routine, and in this case, lead to an unusual and positive outcome. Join me for an introduction to Jason Collier, DDS (not the other Jason Collier!). …
 
Show Notes Spectrum of Migraine Many thanks to Stephen Landy, MD, for sharing his expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of migraine on The Art of Medicine. Dr. Landy graduated with honors from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in 1982 (where I am currently a faculty member). He has participated in headache research and treated pati…
 
Show Notes Many thanks to Kyla Plaxton for sharing her personal story and professional tips about the ancient art of acupressure. Kyla learned about acupressure while still a teenager. She was so enthralled with how good it made her feel that she made it her profession. Acupressure is a hands-on therapy that utilizes the same energy meridians as ac…
 
Many thanks to Donnie Bell, MD, a neuro-interventional radiologist and Deputy Chief Medical Officer for New York City Health and Hospitals in New York City, NY, for chatting with me today. Dr. Bell is a co-author of a recent article published in the Journal of the American Medical Association along with Michael Katz, MD, that speaks to the necessit…
 
Show Notes Recorded March 2, 2021 Many thanks to Ken Sommerville, MD, an old friend and colleague, who discussed his 30 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry. When I was in training, my academic mentors considered Pharma the “dark side” with the implication that such a career was unworthy of a physician with Oslerian aspirations. Ken p…
 
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