Flip the Script

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Max is joined by Adia Benton, PhD, MPH, cultural anthropologist with interests in global health, associate professor of anthropology at Northwestern University. Given her previous work on the HIV and Ebola epidemics, she shares her insights on
Max is joined by Yale historian of medicine Naomi Rogers, PhD. In their discussion, they compare the US response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Polio pandemic, with regards to racial disparities during both pandemics, access to treatment and
Max is joined by Jasmine Johnson, MD, Maternal & Fetal Medicine fellow, and obstetrician gynecologist at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. They discuss her work related to preterm birth disparities the toll it has on Black families
In this brief episode, Max is joined by Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH, associate professor and endowed Blue Cross Endowed Professor of Health and Racial Equity in the division of health policy and management at the University of Minnesota School of
Max is joined by Luke Messac, MD, PhD, an emergency medicine resident at Brown University and historian of science and medicine. They discuss his recent book, “No More to Spend: Neglect Construction of Scarcity in Malawi’s History of Healthcare
Max is joined by Chemtai Mungo, MD, MPH, an OB/GYN and global health research fellow at the University of California, San Francisco. They discuss her research which is focused on intervention to make cervical cancer screenings more accessible t
Max is joined by Adewole Adamson, MD, MPP, a dermatologist and assistant professor at UT Austin. They discuss the controversy around UV exposure and cutaneous melanoma in people with darker skin, disparities in access to care for skin cancer, a
Max is joined by Jamila Michener, PhD, associate professor in the department of government at Cornell University, and health policy scholar (@povertyscholar on twitter). They discuss Americans' the affordable care act and government-sponsored h
Max is Joined by Karen Scott, MD, MPH, an obstetrician-gynecologist at UCSF. They discuss her work as a reproductive justice-informed perinatal epidemiologist and obstetrician, the concept of participatory quality improvement, and her ongoing s
Max is joined by Fatima Cody Stanford, MD, MPH, MPA, an obesity medicine physician for children and adults, and researcher at Harvard Medical School. They discuss her work which focuses on racial disparities in obesity as a chronic illness, to
For breast cancer awareness month, Max is joined by Erika Stallings, an attorney, writer and BRCA awareness advocate. Erika describes her experience testing positive for the BRCA2 mutation and undergoing a prophylactic double mastectomy, her jo
Black women have a similar disease burden of endometrial cancer compared to White women, but markedly greater mortality rates. Max is joined by Kemi Doll, MD, MCSR, a gynecologic oncologist and health services researcher at the University of Wa
Max is joined by Monica McLemore, RN, MPH, PhD, associate professor in Family Health Care Nursing at the University of California San Francisco. She shares her perspective as a researcher focused on the experience of people with reproductive po
Max is joined by Utibe Essien, MD, MPH, assistant professor at the University of Pittsburgh in general internal medicine. They discuss why he chose to pursue a research career and what helped him, as well as the need for more minority medical t
Today on Flip the Script, Max is Joined by Uche Blackstock, MD, physician and CEO of Advancing Health Equity. They discuss her experience as a Black physician in academic medicine, her health equity efforts since leaving academia, and her persp
Max is joined by Brian Williams, MD, a trauma surgeon at the University of Chicago, and host of the podcast Race Violence & Medicine. They discuss police violence, the killings of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling in July 2016, and the subseq
Max is joined by Amaka Eneanya, MD, MPH, nephrologist at the university of pennsylvania. They discuss the landscape of racial disparities in kidney health across the lifespan. What role does race correction play in kidney function calculations?
Max is joined by Myles Moody, PhD, incoming assistant professor in medical sociology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. They discuss his work on second-hand or vicarious racism and its impact on Black people's mental health, especially
Max is joined by Whitney Pirtle, PhD, assistant professor of sociology at the University of California Merced. They discuss her recent writing on racial capitalism in the context of COVID-19, the corporate response to Anti Black racism, and her
Max is joined today by Rhea Boyd, MD, MPH, pediatrician, child and community health advocate from California. They discuss her review of the book "Dying of Whiteness" by Jonathan Metzl, MD, PhD, and implications related to the recent response t
Max is joined by Riana Anderson, PhD, psychologist and assistant professor at the University of Michigan School of Public Health. They discuss her program EMBRACE, aimed at helping Black families cope with racism, as well as “our mental health
Max is joined by Zoe Julian, MD, MPH OBGYN & research fellow at the university of Alabama in Birmingham. They discuss the landscape of reproductive justice in medical/health professional's education, the role of community expertise in health pr
Max is joined by a returning guest, Yale’s Ben Howell, MD, MHS. They discuss his involvement in advocacy efforts to get medication for opioid use disorder in Connecticut’s prisons and jails, as well as the social and legal complexities individu
Max is joined by Oni Black Stock, MD, MHS, Assistant Commissioner for the Bureau of HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control for the NYC Health Department. They discuss her transition from a primarily academic career to public health and service, sex an
Max is joined by Gregg Gonsalves, PhD, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology at the Yale School of Public Health, Activist and 2018 MacArthur Genius Grant winner. They discuss his work at the intersection of human rights and public health, more s
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