Mike Hoskins joins me this week to talk about the state of journalism as it relates to Diabetes Mine, the state of journalism as it relates to the rest of the Internet, the Diabetes Mine Patient Voices Contest, and summer blockbuster movies. Enjoy.
Susannah Fox returns to the podcast this week to talk about her work at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, sharing her son’s food allergies with Stanford Medicine X, the rewarding challenge of engaging an audience on Medium, and a new exercise in empathy from people impacted by cystic fibrosis. Enjoy.
Andy DeLaO, also known as the Cancer Geek is my guest this week. We discuss his journey to oncology, the many, multiple hats he’s worn within the landscape of healthcare, the value of valuing the patient’s input, and the origins and potential of the #MyIdealPtExp discussion. Enjoy.
This week I’m joined by Jen Savant for an informative conversation about Southern California Hockey fandom. The majority of the podcast actually focuses on food allergies, how her family discovered and adapted to a long list of combined allergies for her three children, the importance of a thorough investigation of food labels, and how she has grown as a food allergy advocate. I promise, after listening to this one you will come away having learned a lot. Enjoy.
This week Parris Lilly and I discuss a dog joining the Lilly family, my upcoming wedding, life in San Francisco, the passing of Leonard Nimoy, the possibility of a black Spider-Man, GamertagRadio joining the Play.It Network, and the glory that is 4K television. Enjoy.
Scott Benner is my guest this week, along with my cat, his dog, my shaky internet connection, and his possessed phone. Despite the real world getting in the way, we talk at length about life after his book, putting Katie Couric on hold for NPR, his new podcast, and his perspective on connecting with parents of children recently diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Enjoy.
This week, Britt Johnson joins me for a discussion about freelancing as a patient advocate, the difficult work/life balance of patient advocacy, and a look back on her 48-hour live tweeting effort of her #ChronicLife. Enjoy.