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Voices of Duke Health

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Creating space in the Duke Health community for conversations about what’s meaningful in our lives, work, and relationships.

Latest Episodes

Bonus Episode: The Commissioner

Robert Califf, MD, spent the majority of his career as a physician, administrator, leader, and innovator at Duke University. He's moved on to a job at Verily Life Sciences and Google Health, but we caught up with him to ask about his early work and how it prepared him to be commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration.

16 MINJAN 4
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Bonus Episode: The Commissioner

Bonus Episode: The Helper

Dr. Jack Hughes celebrated his 100th birthday in November 2019, so he he had a lot to share with our oral historian, Joseph O'Connell. Here Dr. Hughes talks about what inspired him to a long career in urology in Durham, North Carolina, and about his tour of duty as a Navy medic during World War II. Read more about Dr. Hughes at https://forestduke.org/d-day-memories-from-a-survivor/

13 MIN2019 DEC 6
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Bonus Episode: The Helper

Bonus Episode: Nancy Andrews

We're happy to announce that plans for season 2 are in the works! In the meantime, we thought Voices of Duke Health listeners might enjoy this vignette about Nancy C. Andrews, MD, PhD, produced by Joseph O'Connell. As a teenager, Dr. Andrews brought some unusual house guests back to her parents' home in upstate New York: 30 live horseshoe crabs. In this bonus episode, Andrews looks back on her early formation as a physician-scientist and her journey to becoming the first woman dean of a top ten medical school.

11 MIN2019 MAY 10
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Bonus Episode: Nancy Andrews

Episode 15: The Physician Patient

Dr. David Zaas was diagnosed with leukemia on Valentine's Day of 2017. In the weeks that followed, he faced many challenges—breaking the news to his sons, undergoing chemotherapy, and learning how to be a patient. David Zaas, MD, MBA is president of Duke Raleigh Hospital and associate professor of medicine in the Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, and Critical Care Medicine. Aimee Zaas, MD, MHS, is the director of the Duke Internal Medicine Residency Program and associate professor of Medicine and of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology. Find the full transcript at www.listeningbooth.info.

21 MIN2019 MAR 21
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Episode 15: The Physician Patient

Teaser: Episode 15

Stay tuned for the full conversation, available Thursday, March 21.

47 s2019 MAR 19
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Teaser: Episode 15

Episode 14: The Lollipop Moments

Tell Me Something Good—that’s the name of a weekly email Emily Depetris sends to her coworkers in the pediatric cardiac ICU. In the PCICU, they take care of really sick kids. So Emily wanted to give the PCICU staff a weekly reminder of the good things that come from their work—in the form of pictures of their patients playing in the park, dressing up for Halloween, and graduating from high school. Emily is joined by Anne Schmelzer, a nurse in the PCICU, to talk about why she started Tell Me Something Good, and how it’s brought joy and inspiration to the staff. Find the full transcript at www.listeningbooth.info.

11 MIN2019 MAR 15
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Episode 14: The Lollipop Moments

Teaser: Episode 14

Stay tuned for the full conversation, available Thursday, March 14.

44 s2019 MAR 12
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Teaser: Episode 14

Episode 13: The Puzzle Pieces

It was just a typical Monday for Betsy Hames, at work on the sixth floor of Duke South. But suddenly, she went into cardiac arrest. In the minutes that followed, the puzzle pieces fell into place to get Betsy the help that ultimately saved her life. In this episode, we hear from Betsy, Dr. Adrian Hernandez, Dr. Jonathan Bae, Dr. Cara O'Brien, Evelyn McClure, and Cory Miller. Find the full transcript at www.listeningbooth.info.

17 MIN2019 MAR 8
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Episode 13: The Puzzle Pieces

Teaser: The Puzzle Pieces

Stay tuned for the full conversation, available Thursday, March 7.

45 s2019 MAR 6
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Teaser: The Puzzle Pieces

Episode 12: The Residents

Dr. Ahmad Adi was born to Syrian parents and went to medical school in Saudi Arabia. Dr. Heather Kim was born in Korea and grew up in Canada. Now, they’re both fourth year psychiatry residents at Duke. In this episode, they share what brought them to Durham, what psychiatry has taught them, and what it's like to be immigrant physicians. Find the full transcript at www.listeningbooth.info.

18 MIN2019 MAR 2
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Episode 12: The Residents

Latest Episodes

Bonus Episode: The Commissioner

Robert Califf, MD, spent the majority of his career as a physician, administrator, leader, and innovator at Duke University. He's moved on to a job at Verily Life Sciences and Google Health, but we caught up with him to ask about his early work and how it prepared him to be commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration.

16 MINJAN 4
Comments
Bonus Episode: The Commissioner

Bonus Episode: The Helper

Dr. Jack Hughes celebrated his 100th birthday in November 2019, so he he had a lot to share with our oral historian, Joseph O'Connell. Here Dr. Hughes talks about what inspired him to a long career in urology in Durham, North Carolina, and about his tour of duty as a Navy medic during World War II. Read more about Dr. Hughes at https://forestduke.org/d-day-memories-from-a-survivor/

13 MIN2019 DEC 6
Comments
Bonus Episode: The Helper

Bonus Episode: Nancy Andrews

We're happy to announce that plans for season 2 are in the works! In the meantime, we thought Voices of Duke Health listeners might enjoy this vignette about Nancy C. Andrews, MD, PhD, produced by Joseph O'Connell. As a teenager, Dr. Andrews brought some unusual house guests back to her parents' home in upstate New York: 30 live horseshoe crabs. In this bonus episode, Andrews looks back on her early formation as a physician-scientist and her journey to becoming the first woman dean of a top ten medical school.

11 MIN2019 MAY 10
Comments
Bonus Episode: Nancy Andrews

Episode 15: The Physician Patient

Dr. David Zaas was diagnosed with leukemia on Valentine's Day of 2017. In the weeks that followed, he faced many challenges—breaking the news to his sons, undergoing chemotherapy, and learning how to be a patient. David Zaas, MD, MBA is president of Duke Raleigh Hospital and associate professor of medicine in the Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, and Critical Care Medicine. Aimee Zaas, MD, MHS, is the director of the Duke Internal Medicine Residency Program and associate professor of Medicine and of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology. Find the full transcript at www.listeningbooth.info.

21 MIN2019 MAR 21
Comments
Episode 15: The Physician Patient

Teaser: Episode 15

Stay tuned for the full conversation, available Thursday, March 21.

47 s2019 MAR 19
Comments
Teaser: Episode 15

Episode 14: The Lollipop Moments

Tell Me Something Good—that’s the name of a weekly email Emily Depetris sends to her coworkers in the pediatric cardiac ICU. In the PCICU, they take care of really sick kids. So Emily wanted to give the PCICU staff a weekly reminder of the good things that come from their work—in the form of pictures of their patients playing in the park, dressing up for Halloween, and graduating from high school. Emily is joined by Anne Schmelzer, a nurse in the PCICU, to talk about why she started Tell Me Something Good, and how it’s brought joy and inspiration to the staff. Find the full transcript at www.listeningbooth.info.

11 MIN2019 MAR 15
Comments
Episode 14: The Lollipop Moments

Teaser: Episode 14

Stay tuned for the full conversation, available Thursday, March 14.

44 s2019 MAR 12
Comments
Teaser: Episode 14

Episode 13: The Puzzle Pieces

It was just a typical Monday for Betsy Hames, at work on the sixth floor of Duke South. But suddenly, she went into cardiac arrest. In the minutes that followed, the puzzle pieces fell into place to get Betsy the help that ultimately saved her life. In this episode, we hear from Betsy, Dr. Adrian Hernandez, Dr. Jonathan Bae, Dr. Cara O'Brien, Evelyn McClure, and Cory Miller. Find the full transcript at www.listeningbooth.info.

17 MIN2019 MAR 8
Comments
Episode 13: The Puzzle Pieces

Teaser: The Puzzle Pieces

Stay tuned for the full conversation, available Thursday, March 7.

45 s2019 MAR 6
Comments
Teaser: The Puzzle Pieces

Episode 12: The Residents

Dr. Ahmad Adi was born to Syrian parents and went to medical school in Saudi Arabia. Dr. Heather Kim was born in Korea and grew up in Canada. Now, they’re both fourth year psychiatry residents at Duke. In this episode, they share what brought them to Durham, what psychiatry has taught them, and what it's like to be immigrant physicians. Find the full transcript at www.listeningbooth.info.

18 MIN2019 MAR 2
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Episode 12: The Residents
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