I love this time of the year! And counting down our most-listened-to episodes of the year is really a treat for me.
It’s no surprise that vaccine communication shows up here and there. But thankfully, Covid-related topics don’t dominate. Health equity does! On to the countdown…
We revisited the first topic in this podcast series–misconceptions. You’ll learn about: what misconceptions really are and where they come from, why embracing misconceptions can improve patient education, how misconceptions can be your secret advantage in patient education.
I take a close look at one part of the Executive Order On Advancing Racial Equity and Support for Underserved Communities Through the Federal Government, and suggest an action that anyone (including federal agencies) can take when it comes to enhancing equity through policy.
When the vaccinated are communicating with the unvaccinated, all sorts of problems can arise that no amount of data can solve. Hear what I learned from working on a vaccination communication campaign.
This means a lot to me, because it’s the episode about a journal article about our podcast series! So very meta.
You’ll learn 11 concrete things you can do with your very next patient or client to help with health literacy. And there’s a bonus infographic!
In this episode, you’ll learn 4 ways to stop and think about whatever vaccine communication you’re doing, to make sure you’re saying what you mean to say.
Dr. Ranelli returns to the show with a wild idea: seeing patients as experts!
Dr. Lachelle Dawn Weeks visited the show to talk about the concept of wholeness: about clinicians showing up whole, seeing a patient as a whole person, and how wholeness makes for better patient communication.
I am super happy this episode charted so high. It’s very important that we pay attention to how “health equity” is used as a term.
With a title like that, how could this episode be anything BUT top of the charts? Please listen to Dr. Attilus’ interview if you haven’t already.
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