Sep 16th, 2021
In this episode, we talk in a bit more honest detail about clinician burnout and the role electronic health records are playing in taking the joy out of health care for some professionals, and in the case of some patients, making it completely unclear what is changing with their own health.
For those of you who are regular listeners to this podcast, you’ll recall that our last episode focused on the issue of women in health. We’re joined by that team again.
- Allison McCoy is an assistant professor of biomedical informatics at VUMC,
- Sarah Bland is a senior project manager and all-round funny person, also at VUMC
- Suzie Brown Sacks was a special guest on both episodes. She’s a terrific storyteller, as we’ve come to learn, and uses those stories to illustrate her life in podcasts, and in song.
We had two other special guests on this episode:
- Sarah Collins Rossetti Assistant Professor of Biomedical Informatics and Nursing, Columbia University
- Mollie Hobensack, Doctoral Student, National Institute of Nursing Research Predoctoral Trainee, Columbia University School of Nursing
You can find more music from Suzie Brown here: https://www.suziebrownsongs.com/
You can find out more information about the 25 x 5 effort here: https://www.dbmi.columbia.edu/25x5/
You can find out more about Clickbusters here: https://www.vumc.org/vclic/clickbusters