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Show Notes for Episode Sixteen of seX & whY: Interview with Dr Saralyn Mark Host: Jeannette Wolfe Dr Mark has had an incredibly interesting and eclectic career. She is trained in Endocrine, Geriatrics and Women’s Health and has worked for and/or consulted with: The Office of Women’s Health in Department of Health and Human Services, NASA and 4 diff…
 
Show Notes for Episode Fifteen of seX & whY: Sex Differences in Immunology and Drug Therapy Host: Jeannette Wolfe Guests: Evelyne Bischof MD, Associate Professor of Medicine at Shanghai University of Medicine and Health Sciences and internist at University Hospital of Basel Switzerland Sabra Klein, PhD, Professor of Molecular Microbiology and Immun…
 
Show Notes for Episode Fourteen of seX & whY: COVID-19 through a Gender Based Lens Part 2 Host: Jeannette WolfeGuests: Dr Gary Barker CEO of Promundo- an organization that promotes healthy masculinity and gender equality Dr Stephen Burrell Assistant Professor in the Dept of Sociology at Durham University - whose area of focus in on engaging men and…
 
Show Notes for Episode Fourteen of seX & whY: COVID-19 through a Gender Based Lens Part 1 This is a discussion on how gender-associated norms impact disease process. Host: Jeannette Wolfe Guests: Dr Gary Barker CEO of Promundo- an organization that promotes healthy masculinity and gender equality Dr Stephen Burrell Assistant Professor in the Dept o…
 
Show Notes for Episode Thirteen of seX & whY: LGTBQI Health-related Issues Part 3 How best to support students and colleagues in the LGBTQ community This is a very special podcast and I want to deeply thank Shana Zucker, Ellie Ragone and Mike Gisondi for sharing their very personal experiences. Host: Jeannette Wolfe Guests: Shana Zucker, MS Shana i…
 
Show Notes for Episode Thirteen of seX & whY: LGTBQI Health-related Issues Part 2 How to take better care of transgender patients when they seek medical care Host: Jeannette Wolfe Guests: Dr Elizabeth Samuels Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University Dr Michelle Forcier Professor of Pediatrics at…
 
Show Notes for Episode Thirteen of seX & whY: LGTBQI Health-related Issues Part 1 Host: Jeannette Wolfe Guests: Dr Elizabeth Samuels Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University Dr Michelle Forcier Professor of Pediatrics at Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University and Director of Gender…
 
Show Notes for Episode Twelve of seX & whY: Sex and Gender Differences in CPR Part 3 Host: Jeannette Wolfe Guest: Dr Justin Morgenstern Here is a link to Justin Morgenstern’s awesome First10EM blog site where you can find an excellent review of the two papers that we discussed today: Perman’s DNR paper and Huded’s Cleveland Clinic Study on gender g…
 
Show Notes for Episode Twelve of seX & whY: Sex and Gender Differences in CPR Part 1 & 2 Host: Jeannette Wolfe Guest: Dr Justin Morgenstern Two big databases surrounding cardiac arrest Cares- Cardiac Arrest Registry to Enhance Survival which is based on information from national EMS data input via the NEMSIS national EMS information system ROC- Res…
 
Show Notes for Episode Twelve of seX & whY: Sex and Gender Differences in CPR Part 1 & 2 Host: Jeannette Wolfe Guest: Dr Justin Morgenstern Two big databases surrounding cardiac arrest Cares- Cardiac Arrest Registry to Enhance Survival which is based on information from national EMS data input via the NEMSIS national EMS information system ROC- Res…
 
Show Notes for Podcast Eleven, Part 2 of seX & whY Host: Jeannette Wolfe This is a continuation of my interview with Dr. Cara Tannenbaum, Professor in the Faculties of Medicine and Pharmacy at the Université de Montréal in Canada, and Scientific Director of the Institute of Gender and Health of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Our discuss…
 
Show Notes for Podcast Eleven of seX & whY Host: Jeannette Wolfe Interview with Dr. Cara Tannenbaum, Professor in the Faculties of Medicine and Pharmacy at the Université de Montréal in Canada, and Scientific Director of the Institute of Gender and Health of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Definitions Biological Sex- chromosomes, hormone…
 
Show Notes for Podcast Ten of seX & whY Host: Jeannette Wolfe Guests: Adam Kellogg, Associate residency directory and medical education fellowship director UMMS - Baystate and Mike Gisondi, Vice-chair of education at Stanford Topic: How to Give Better Feedback What is bad feedback - Vague Nonactionable Feedback on non-malleable attributes - like ge…
 
Show Notes for Podcast Nine of seX & whY Host: Jeannette Wolfe Guests: Dr. Dan O’Connor, Dr. Anna Mueller Topic: Gender Differences in Resident Evaluation Welcome back to Sex and Why. In this episode I am joined by Dr. Dan O’Connor, a dermatology resident at Harvard and co-founder of Monte Carlo software that makes apps for medical educators, and D…
 
Show Notes for Podcast Eight of seX & whY Host: Jeannette Wolfe Guests: Dr. John Coates Topic: The Influence of Testosterone and Cortisol on Decision Making, With Neuroscientist Dr. John Coates Dr. John Coates is a neuroscientist and author of The hour between dog and wolf- how risk taking transforms the body and mind. He is an ex-trader and now ru…
 
Show Notes for Podcast Seven of seX & whY, Part 2 Host: Jeannette Wolfe Guests: Dr. Neha Raukar, Emergency and Sports Medicine Physician Katherine Snedaker, Executive Director of Pink Concussions Topic: Sex and Gender Differences in Concussions This is part II of our discussion about concussion with Katherine Snedaker and Neha Rauker. Today’s podca…
 
Show Notes for Podcast Seven of seX & whY, Part 1 Thank you for Alyson McGregor for correctly pointing out that although the NIH, as of January 2016, does require its basic scientists to include both males and female animals in their grant proposals it is not called the “Research for All Act”. The Research for All Act of 2014 is actually a bill spo…
 
Show Notes for Podcast Six of Sex & Why Hosts: Jeannette Wolfe and Dr. Anne Litwin PhD Topic: New Rules for Women In this episode, Dr. Anne Litwin PhD joined me to discuss the findings of her book New Rules for Women. This book highlights the results of her extensive research on the challenges women can face when working with other women in a profe…
 
Show Notes for Podcast Five of Sex & Why Host: Jeannette Wolfe Guest Host: Justin Morgenstern Topic: Stress Response - Part 3 Tricks for optimizing performance under stress Preloading Over train and begin to focus on how to recover from mistakes Invest in mindfulness Meditate Increases your awareness of your own physiological stress response Can he…
 
Show Notes for Podcast Five of Sex & Why Host: Jeannette Wolfe Topic: Stress Response For Acute Care Medicine and Introduction to Sex and Gender Based Medicine CME Cruise Opportunity click here Part 2 on biological sex differences in the stress response with special guest Justin Morgenstern We started out with a discussion on different ways to fram…
 
Show Notes for Podcast Five of Sex & Why Host: Jeannette Wolfe Topic: Stress Response This Podcast focuses on the basics of the acute human stress response. Please see Dr Morgenstern’s excellent write up: Performance Under Pressure Review: https://first10em.com/2017/03/13/performance-under-pressure/ Components of stress response Trigger Speed of ac…
 
Can unconscious cues cause changes in behavior and performance? Can subtle cues can affect behavior and team performance? Show Notes for Podcast Three of Sex & Why “Behavior” Pod Hosts: Jeannette Wolfe and Simon Carley Topic: Unconscious Bias Major Question: Can unconscious cues cause changes in behavior and performance? Riskin Study Examined the e…
 
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