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White Coat, Black Art on CBC Radio

White Coat, Black Art on CBC Radio

Podcast White Coat, Black Art on CBC Radio
Podcast White Coat, Black Art on CBC Radio

White Coat, Black Art on CBC Radio

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CBC Radio's Dr. Brian Goldman takes listeners through the swinging doors of hospitals and doctors' offices, behind the curtain where the gurney lies. More
CBC Radio's Dr. Brian Goldman takes listeners through the swinging doors of hospitals and doctors' offices, behind the curtain where the gurney lies. More

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  • Brain surgeon Henry Marsh reflects on getting cancer
    Famed British neurosurgeon and author Dr. Henry Marsh thought he was well-versed in human illness. That is until he was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer and was forced to see things from the patient’s point of view.
    2023-05-26
    26:41
  • ENCORE: Sports Betting Addiction
    Now that single-event sports betting is taking off in Canada, ads and incentives are encouraging people to make a wager. But a recovering gambling addict and a gambling counsellor worry it’s easier than ever to get dangerously hooked. And they want way more done to limit advertising and to support treatment.
    2023-05-18
    26:41
  • The secret to success at Community Health Centres
    People with complex medical needs are accepted at Centretown Community Health Centre in Ottawa, and thriving because of it. Patients at about 120 CHCs across Canada are more likely to get cancer screenings and avoid costly trips to emergency. Teamwork by nurses, dietitians and others means the family physicians aren't saddled with paperwork that can lead to burn out.
    2023-05-12
    26:41
  • White Coat Black Art Introduces: Let’s Not Be Kidding with Gavin Crawford
    If laughter really was the best medicine, Gavin Crawford would have cured his mother of Alzheimer’s disease. As a son, his mother’s dementia has been devastating. As a comedian though…it’s been sort of funny. Honestly, how do you respond when your mom confuses you with her teenage crush and wants you to take her to the high-school dance? Well, you laugh. Because it’s the only thing you can do. In this seven-part series, Gavin tells the story of losing his mother — his best friend and the inspiration for a lot of his comedy — to a disease that can be as hilarious as it is heartbreaking. He’s joined by comedian friends who share their experience caring for family members with dementia. The result is a cross between an improv act and a support group. Part memoir, part stand-up, part meditation on grief and loss, Let’s Not Be Kidding is a dose of the very best medicine for anyone dealing with hard times. More episodes are available at: https://link.chtbl.com/dvxFtqRY
    2023-05-08
    35:31
  • Caregiver burden and relief
    Esther Schreiber married her sweetheart Eddi and enjoyed a busy life until he was diagnosed with young onset dementia a decade ago. Eddi, 68, is now almost completely non verbal. As he slowly lost his caring personality, Esther’s caregiving demands became all consuming. Now, the trailblazer draws inspiration and emotional support from other spouses.
    2023-05-05
    26:42

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CBC Radio's Dr. Brian Goldman takes listeners through the swinging doors of hospitals and doctors' offices, behind the curtain where the gurney lies.
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