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Raise the Line

Join hosts Shiv Gaglani, Hillary Acer and Michael Carrese for an ongoing exploration of how to improve health and healthcare with prominent figures and pioneers in healthcare innovation such as Chelsea Clinton, Mark Cuban, Dr. Ashish Jha, Dr. Eric Topol, Dr. Vivian Lee and Sal Khan as well as senior leaders at organizations such as the CDC, National Institutes of Health, Johns Hopkins University, WHO, Harvard University, NYU Langone and many others.

Last Episode Date: 16 May 2024

Total Episodes: 478

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16 May 2024
Growing the Workforce for Psychedelic Assisted Therapy: Dr. Ingmar Gorman & Dr. Elizabeth Nielson, Co-Founders of Fluence Training

For those proponents of psychedelic-assisted therapy concerned that demand for therapists will outstrip supply in the coming years, you may be reassured by today’s conversation with Dr. Ingmar Gorman and Dr. Elizabeth Nielson, psychologists who have been involved in FDA-ap...

42 min
15 May 2024
Scalable Education for Cancer Patients and Their Loved Ones: Dr. David Grew, Founder and CEO of PRIMR

Part of why we love bringing Raise the Line to you is we get to introduce you to creative, committed people who see challenges in the healthcare system as opportunities to improve it. Today’s guest, radiation oncologist Dr. David Grew, is a perfect example. In the depths...

27 min
9 May 2024
“Less Fear, More Go For It”: Dr. Desiree Franco Lugo, Regional Lead in the Osmosis Medical Education Fellowship

“Maybe we think we’re just students and we’re just learning, but you can have an impact as a medical student,” says Dr. Desiree Franco Lugo, who has acted on that insight throughout her recently completed journey at Anáhuac University, Mexico and during her particip...

25 min
8 May 2024
Bringing Innovation and Hope to Alzheimer's and Dementia Care: Eleonora Tornatore-Mikesh, Stephani Shivers and Dr. Anne Kenney of CaringKind

Promising research, a growing respect for the patient voice and innovative ways of using technology to support patients might be adding up to a new reality of Alzheimer’s and other dementias being experienced as chronic diseases like some cancers are now considered to be. ...

44 min
3 May 2024
A Revolutionary Moment in Transplant Surgery: Dr. Andrew Cameron, Surgeon-in-Chief of Johns Hopkins Medicine

“There is a revolution at hand in which, after years of struggling to locate a new source of organs, there may finally be an answer and to everyone's surprise it is animal organs. Pigs may save the day,” says Dr. Andrew Cameron, chief of the Division of Transplantation a...

42 min
2 May 2024
A Mother’s Perspective on Childhood Cancer: Bethan Keall

Today’s Raise the Line guest has a simple but powerful message for medical providers, born of a mother’s heartbreak. “It's going to be rare in your career to meet a zebra but the impact you can have is phenomenal. An early diagnosis could make the difference between li...

20 min
25 April 2024
The Many Paths to Excellence in Emergency Medicine: Dr. Sharon Bord and Dr. Amelia Pousson, Emergency Medicine Clerkship Leaders at Johns Hopkins University

Today, we're continuing our close look at clerkships and residency programs and what students can do to be successful in them with Dr. Sharon Bord and Dr. Amelia Pousson, who are both physicians and assistant professors in emergency medicine at Johns Hopkins University, wher...

47 min
24 April 2024
Current and Future Changemakers in Healthcare: Drs. Lawsen Parker, Rebecca Wolff and Stephanie Koplitz of the Student Osteopathic Medical Association

Medical school is so demanding that it’s always impressive to meet students who make time for other activities, and doubly impressive when what they devote their precious free time to is intended to improve healthcare. That’s why we’re delighted to welcome Drs. Laws...

36 min
18 April 2024
Changing the Culture and Climate of Medicine: Dr. Susan Mackinnon, Director of the Center for Nerve Injury and Paralysis at Washington University School of Medicine

Today’s guest is a trailblazing surgeon who performed the first successful nerve allograft, among other important achievements, but that’s actually not what host Shiv Gaglani wanted to focus on in this interview with Dr. Susan Mackinnon. After seeing her speak recently a...

55 min
17 April 2024
A Partner for Nursing Programs: Dr. Kathy Chappell, CEO of the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing

There are more than 2,600 colleges and universities with nursing degree programs in the United States, offering a mix of options from associate-level degrees to doctorates. Ensuring that those programs deliver high-quality education is the focus of today's guest, Kathy Chapp...

42 min
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