A Psychiatrist Writes: An interview with Steve Moffic, MD
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by Andrew Wilner, MD
4d ago
Many thanks to Steve Moffic, MD, writer and award-winning academic psychiatrist, for joining me on The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner. Dr. Moffic was introduced to me by Ronald Pies, MD, another psychiatrist and writer whom I interviewed in Episode #63. Dr. Pies recruited Dr. Moffic as a blogger for Psychiatric Times. Dr. Moffic has written on diverse topics including climate change, gaslighting and anti-semitism. He also creates weekly videos about “Psychiatry and Society.” Dr. Moffic was a pioneer in applying managed care to people with mental health disorders. He led a program that ..read more
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"How Heroes Heal:" an interview with Marilyn Wooley, PhD
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by Andrew Wilner, MD
2w ago
Many thanks to Marilyn Wooley, Ph.D., for joining me on The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner. Dr. Wooley is a psychologist and traumatologist who works with first responders. She is the author of “How Heroes Heal,” a book that discusses the extraordinary experiences of first responders that can result in debilitating post-traumatic stress injury and even suicide.  Based on her many years of experience treating thousands of first responders who have faced extraordinary stressors, Dr. Wooley noticed patterns of debilitating symptoms that result from trauma on the job. She observed tha ..read more
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ABA Therapy for Autism: an interview with Emily Santagati, M.Ed, BCBA, LABA
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by Andrew Wilner, MD
1M ago
Many thanks to Emily Santagati, M.Ed, BCBA, LABA, for joining me on The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner. Emily discovered during high school that she had a special place in her heart for helping people with disabilities. To pursue her goals, she achieved a Masters in Education and board-certification as a behavior analyst. Emily is the Chief Clinical Officer of the ABA Centers of America, which offers behavior treatment for autism and other disorders.  Because ABA therapy is individualized, it can be challenging to describe. Emily is here today to explain the background behind ABA ..read more
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Creative Cooking Without Gluten: an interview with Chef Jen Peters
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by Andrew Wilner, MD
1M ago
Many thanks to Chef Jen Peters for joining me on The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner. Jen grew up in the kitchen baking with her mother, worked in food service as a teenager, went to culinary school, apprenticed in restaurants and hotels, and eventually became a full-fledged chef. Despite her love of cooking (and eating!), queasy stomachs and headaches frequently followed mealtime. Her symptoms finally led to the diagnosis of gluten sensitivity. After just a few days on a gluten-free diet, her health improved dramatically. Inspired by her success, Jen decided to help others with gluten ..read more
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Tax info for locums docs: an interview with Ben Nanney, CPA, and Jarin Dana, CPA
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by Andrew Wilner, MD
2M ago
Many thanks to Ben Nanney, CPA, CFP, and Jarin Dana, CPA, for joining me on today’s episode of “The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner.” Ben is the owner of Locums Tax, PLLC. He specializes in helping locum tenens physicians comply with the internal revenue service code (i.e., pay their taxes correctly)! Jarin Dana is Chief Financial Officer at Fusion Healthcare Staffing and a partner in the accounting firm Frost Dana Newman, LLP. Both experts have previously appeared on the program and did a great job! Ben Nanney, Episode #3, The Art of Medicine, Dr. Wilner interviews Ben Nanney, CPA, CFP ..read more
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Medicine, Music, and Literature: an interview with Olapeju Simoyan, MD, MPH
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by Andrew Wilner, MD
2M ago
Many thanks to Dr. Olapeju Simoyan, MD, MPH for appearing on "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrw Wilner."  Dr. Simoyan is a Professor of Psychiatry at Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, and is Board Certified in addiction medicine, family medicine, and dental public health. She is the recipient of the 2022 National Humanism in Medicine Medal and many other awards. Dr. Simoyan is the editor of the “New Voices” section of the online magazine Pulse-Voices from the Heart of Medicine. During this 30-minute interview, we discuss how music and creative writing can enhance t ..read more
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Un-aging: Preserving the mind despite old age: an interview with Robert Friedland, MD
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by Andrew Wilner, MD
3M ago
Many thanks to Robert Friedland, MD, a fellow neurologist, for joining me on today’s episode of “The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner.” Dr. Friedland is a Professor of Neurology and Neurobiology at the University of Louisville School of Medicine in Kentucky. He is also the author of a new book, “UnAging, The Four Factors that Impact How You Age.” Dr. Friedland has practiced neurology for 45 years. During that time, he has treated countless patients with cognitive problems and dementia associated with aging. After years of research, he arrived at an astonishing conclusion:  A decline ..read more
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Social Security Disability Revealed: a new book and interview with Spencer Bishins
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by Andrew Wilner, MD
3M ago
Many thanks to Spencer Bishins for joining me on “The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner.” Spencer is a graduate of the London School of Economics, an attorney, and the author of Social Security Disability Revealed: Why it’s so hard to access benefits and what you can do about it.  Spencer’s qualifications to write this book include working for the Social Security Administration at the Appeals Council for almost four years, reviewing thousands of disability decisions for compliance with SSA’s complex rules and procedures. He then worked at the hearing level for seven years, where he ..read more
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Preventing Medical Malpractice: an interview with David Feldman, MD, MBA
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by Andrew Wilner, MD
4M ago
Many thanks to David Feldman, MD, MBA (and many other initials!) for joining me on “The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner.” Dr. Feldman practiced as a plastic surgeon for 20 years and became interested in improving operating room efficiency and patient safety. This passion led him to become a Medical Staff President, obtain an MBA from New York University, and achieve his current role as Chief Medical Officer at the Doctors Company. The Doctors Company is the largest physician-owned malpractice company in the country. Dr. Feldman specializes in strategies to decrease malpractice claims an ..read more
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Women in Military Medicine: An interview with Erika Kappes, DO
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by Andrew Wilner, MD
4M ago
Many thanks to Erika Kappes, DO, also known as “Major Z,” for appearing on the show today. The daughter of a marine, Dr. Kappes enlisted in the Army right after college. She accepted the Health Professions Scholarship and did her medical school while in the Army. After her psychiatry residency at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, she was promoted to Captain and practiced psychiatry in the Army for four years at Fort Stewart, GA. After leaving the military just over a year ago, she practiced telemedicine and then transitioned to in-person private practice in Alexandria, VA. During our 30- minute ..read more
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