Podcasts - complete list

Our recording studio is being renovated, so we will be on hiatus until further notice.

All Published Podcasts

#1

Amy Haddad: Ethical Challenges in the Outpatient Setting

#2

Mark Goodman: Ethical Perspectives from a Primary Care Physician

#3

James Clifton: Living the Legacy of our Founders: The Catholic, Jesuit Tradition

#4

Amy McGaha: Caring for Refugee Populations

#5

Marian Standeven: Living the Legacy of our Founders: The Mercy Tradition

#6

Gary George: End of Life and Hospice Care

#7

Beth Llewellyn: Working Across Faith Traditions in Health Care – A Lutheran/Catholic Partnership

#8

David Grandy: Observations on Innovations: The Future of Healthcare

#9

Robyn Teply: Ethics in Pharmacy: Access to Medications

#10

Lori Umberger: The Ethics of 'Firing' A Patient

#11

Alison Johsnon: Ethical Challenges in Occupational Therapy 

#12

Martha Todd: The Porto Clinic: Caring for the Underserved

#13

Nancy Farris: Working with Patients at Home

#14

Helen Chapple: Challenges and Opportunities at the End of Life

#15

Caron Gray: How One Physician Lives Her Mission

#16

Bill Baerentzen: The Lived Experience of People with Mental Illness

#17

Anna Maio: Doctor’s Practice Involves Treating, Teaching, and Learning

#18

Catherine O'Keefe: Health Care Providers Must Work with Parents to Treat the Child

#19

Archana Chatterjee: Caring for Immigrant Children

#20

Pat Callone: Nurture What Remains: Caring for a Person with Alzheimer's Disease 

#21

Mark Wiles: P.A.C.E: A Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly

#22

Sheree Keely: Challenges in Providing a Continuum of Mental Health Care Services

#23

Laura Klug: Problems Getting, Using, and Disposing of Medications

#24

James F. Smith: Decision-making in Maternal Fetal Medicine

#25

Charles Youngblood: Myths and Biases in Pain Management

#26

Emily K. Trancik & Leslie Stilin Schmidt: From Host to Guest: Relational Ethics in Home Care Settings

#27

Kris Stapp: Community Nurses Helping Vulnerable Families

#28

Tom Svolos: New Models in Patient Care Create Conflict for Physicians

#29

June Levine: The Revised Code of Ethics for Nurses

#30

Deb Bass: Electronic Health Records: Concerns and Benefits

#31

Angela Lampe & Teresa Sorensen: Navigating the Patient-Therapist Relationship

#32

Jeffrey L. Simmons: Managing Patients’ Expectations with Cochlear Implants

#33

Cathy Jesus: Social Workers Encounter Challenges Discharging Patients

#34

Michael G. Kavan: Behavioral Health Services Embedded in a Primary Care Setting

#35

Patrick Hudson: Privacy in Outpatient Surgery

#36

Regan Mackintosh: The Challenges and Rewards in Community Health Dentistry

#37

Asha Wurdeman: Palliative Care – What Is It and When Is It Appropriate?

#38

Thomas Frederickson: Communication Between a Hospitalist and Primary Care Physician

#39

Charles Filipi: Medical Education in Developing Western Hemisphere Countries

#40

Marie Micheletto: Models for Mental Health Services Integrated in Primary Care

#41

Heather Morgan: The Special Healthcare Needs of Geriatric Patients

#42

Linda Jensen: NAMI Educates and Supports People Living with Mental Illness

#43

Brenda Bergman-Evans: Nurse Practitioners in Nursing Facilities

#44

Donna L. Polk-Primm: Providing Health Services to Urban Indians

#45

Ann C. Mangiameli: Medical-Legal Partnerships Lead to Better Health Outcomes

#46

Carl Middleton: Assessing Community Partners for Compatible Values and Mission

#47

Leslie Kuhnel: Reflecting on the Role of Ethics Consultation

#48

Catharyn Baird: Exploring Ethical Lenses

#49

James Clifton: ERDs Offer Moral Guidance for Catholic Caregivers

#50

Barbara Clinkenbeard: Psycho-oncology: Providing Psychiatric Care for Cancer Patients

#51

Domingo Maynes: Palliative Care Strives to Honor Patient Goals

#52

Mary Davey: Supporting and Educating Women about Breast Care

#53

Ann Ryan Haddad: Interprofessional Practice at an Outpatient Clinic

#54

Katie Packard: Free Clinic Cares for Underserved Population

#55

Joseph Wax: Balancing Risks and Benefits of Home Births

#56

Domingo Maynes: Shared Decision Making

 

The views expressed in these podcasts do not necessarily represent the views of Creighton University, CHI Health or our sponsor organizations.