HoChong’s Perspective on Immigration and Diversity In Healthcare
November 18, 2021 App Interview

In this interview, HoChong talks about her experience coming to the United States from Seoul, South Korea. She also talks about her role as a nurse practioner at the VA Veterans Hospital, including her personal experience with diversity (or lack...

Morgan and Sam discuss preparing for the climate emergency

Sam shared different ways that he copes with stress or anxiety surrounding the climate crisis. We discussed feasible ways that individuals can take action in the present moment to promote their well-being and combat attentional fatigue. Sam suggested that neighborhoods...

Erins experiences with todays doctors and medicine

Erin and I talked about her experiences with modern medicine, doctors, and Covid. She discussed how these topics effected her life and how she handled it.

Amber Moody & Kelly Corcoran

Amber, a palliative care nurse, and Kelly, Chief Mission Officer are the boots-on-the-ground team for a tele-palliative care team in rural Stevens County, Washington. Without the remote capabilities of the team, many patients seeking palliative care would need to travel...

"I had no idea I'd be working for NASA. I thought they just needed engineers and astronauts!" A conversation with Lovorka Degoricija.

Next Generation Sequencing Scientist Dr. Lovorka Degoricija works on NASA's GeneLab Project where she studies biology that changes in the environment of space. She extracts DNA from spaceflight samples that have been returned to Earth and processes them so sequencing...

How a Trauma Surgeon Became a COVID Doctor

Walter Cholewczynski, MD shares his experience working as a COVID doctor during the frightening beginning of the pandemic.

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Robert Norman and Mark Rentschlar

Friends Robert "Rob" Norman (66) and Mark Rentschlar (58) share a conversation about writing, reading, medicine, and the value of stories.

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Erin DeMarines and Brandie McCallum

Friends Erin DeMarines [no age given] and Brandie McCallum [no age given] share a conversation about plant-based eating, fitness, health, nutrition, and the business that Erin started.

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Kelly Davis and Carol Smart

Actress and playwright Carol Smart (83) talks with Kelly Davis (43) about Carol's experience turning her grandmother’s life story into a one-woman show. Carol's grandmother, Doctor Rosa Minoka-Hill, was one of the first Native American women to become a physician.

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Dario Morell and Dario Morell

Dario Morell (57) talks with son Dario Gabriel Morell “Gabriel” (20) about coming to the U.S. at the age of ten, and their visit to Cuba 47 years later to meet long-lost family.

StoryCorps Interview- Kenneth Randolph

In this we talked about who and what motivates her and what she is proudest of in her life regarding school and relationships.

Saving Lives, One GI Tract at a Time

Medicine is in my family’s blood. My name is Ethan Edelstein, I am 14 years old, and I interviewed Susan Edelstein, who is my mother. We recorded this interview in Beverly Hills, California. My mother is a pediatric gastroenterologist who...

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Laurent Adler and Deblina Datta

Laurent Adler, 42, is interviewed by his wife Deblina Datta, 41, about his mother and their estranged relationship. The relationship became estranged when he, raised as a somewhat orthodox Jew, married Deblina, an Indian woman from Calcutta. The story is...

"Cancer does not discriminate"

Michael Alexiou, MD, speaks with Mary Helen Witt, MD, oncologist, about her experience as a patient with cancer.

"Pediatric Ethics" with David Landis

I sat down with my father, David Landis, to talk about his decisions to pursue theology after becoming a physician and the role of ethics in his everyday pediatric practice.

Joyce Hollobaugh talks about her life experiences and passion for helping people with her interests in medicine.

My mother, Joyce Hollobaugh, discusses how her life experiences competing in volleyball and softball and her career in respiratory therapy has made her the person she is today. As she discusses her experiences, my mother describes all the important life...

Jack Pinnas

Jack Pinnas (81) talks with his grandson, Harrison Friedman (22), about his experience in Guatemala as a part of the Epidemic Intelligence Service, and how he almost had his head chopped off while delivering malaria vaccines.

A Bitter Pill to Swallow

Recognizing that we are in the midst of a global pandemic, I feel it incumbent upon me to make a record for posterity of the ground breaking medical work advanced by my husband, Dr. Hamlin Emory. It is my hope...

Journalism Assignment

Zainab Ahmed speaks about her experiences in college so far and some of her struggles throughout college. She also speaks about why she’s doing what she’s doing and how she plans to carry out her future.