The Importance of Advocacy — One Medical Student’s Activism

July 25, 2018

Meet Diana Dayal, a second-year medical student at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in Chapel Hill. Diana has always been politically engaged, but as a medical student she feels even more passionate about health care advocacy on behalf of her future patients. Hear Diana discuss what she is involved in and why she thinks this type of activity is so important.

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Uncovering Unconscious Bias and Its Impact On Health Care

June 5, 2018

Dr. Kinneil Coltman explores unconscious bias and what the research shows its impact is on health care and health outcomes. Learn how to uncover your unconscious bias and how it may be affecting your bedside manner.

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Coming Back From Being a Burned Out Physician

June 5, 2018

Dr. Clark Gaither aka 'Dr. Burnout' shares his own experience with being a burned out physician and how he recovered. He details how you can identify the signs and symptoms of burnout and steps you can take to transform from being burned out to finding new meaning in your career and life.

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Medication Assisted Treatment As An Answer to the Opioid Epidemic

June 5, 2018

Dr. Blake Fagan makes the case for Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) as the way physicians may help those with opioid use disorder regain control of their lives and health. Find out more about MAT training at www.ncmedsoc.org

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