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Henry Bair and Tyler Johnson
The Doctor's Art
The practice of medicine–filled with moments of joy, suffering, grace, sorrow, and hope–offers a window into the human condition. Though serving as guides and companions to patients’ illness experiences is profoundly meaningful work, the busy nature of modern medicine can blind its own practitioners to the reasons they entered it in the first place. Join resident physician Henry Bair and oncologist Tyler Johnson as they meet with doctors, patients, leaders, educators, and others in healthcare, to explore stories on finding and nourishing meaning in medicine. This podcast is for anyone...
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4.9 stars from 2,090 ratings
Incredibly inspiring
The guests and stories are all inspiring, whether it's because of the humanism or because of the accomplishments. These episodes have some truly remarkable people. Very impressed over here.Read full review »
Caduce07 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/07/24
Solid med humanities podcast
The hosts are so in touch with humanity. From their questions you can tell that they care deeply about the patients they see. Even though one of them is just a resident, it's still clear that medicine was the right choice for him. We need more doctors like this."Read full review »
johnnay0090 via Apple Podcasts · Nigeria · 04/07/24
Promising Show
Looks like this show is in its second year but it's quite impressive who they've managed to talk to. The conversations are fairly high quality though I did wish the audio quality was more consistent (I know it's sometimes not the show's fault but still). Hope the hosts continue...Read full review »
Nubian Lyaness via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/06/24
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