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"rebecca groves" Discussed on The Nocturnists

The Nocturnists

03:09 min | Last month

"rebecca groves" Discussed on The Nocturnists

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"rebecca groves" Discussed on The Nocturnists

The Nocturnists

01:43 min | Last month

"rebecca groves" Discussed on The Nocturnists

"Thank you so much for having me. I am on social media. I'm available if your listeners. Do by the book and have questions or comments. I'd love to hear them. Thanks for listening. If you're having thoughts of suicide call the national suicide prevention lifeline. At one eight hundred two seven. Three eight two five five or go to speaking of suicide dot com backslash resources for list of additional resources this episode of the nocturnes conversations was produced at edited and mixed by john. Oliver are executive producer. Is allie block our chief operating officers rebecca groves and our communications and.

"rebecca groves" Discussed on The Nocturnists

The Nocturnists

02:29 min | Last month

"rebecca groves" Discussed on The Nocturnists

"<Speech_Female> She died unfortunately <Speech_Female> sadly if <Speech_Female> a brain tumor but <Speech_Female> while she was dying <Speech_Male> she wrote <Speech_Male> a <Speech_Female> account of <Speech_Female> her symptoms in her treatment <Speech_Female> so that <Speech_Female> her illness could <Silence> then contribute <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> to the understanding <Speech_Female> of the particular team <Speech_Female> that she had <Speech_Female> a. <Speech_Female> She really <Speech_Female> championed <Speech_Female> this idea. I i <Speech_Female> believe <Speech_Female> of subjective <Speech_Female> body experiences <Speech_Female> and lived <Speech_Female> experience of illness <Speech_Female> being so important <Speech_Female> to our understanding <Speech_Male> of of <Speech_Music_Male> bodies and <Speech_Female> of disease <Speech_Female> and of body <Speech_Male> functions and <Speech_Male> she <Speech_Female> just sought <SpeakerChange> to hero <Silence> of mine. <Speech_Female> I remember <Speech_Female> that part <Silence> of the book. And how <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> i think. A <Speech_Female> male physician had <Speech_Female> his mind blown <Speech_Female> when he heard <Speech_Female> that there was a woman <Speech_Female> who was menstruating <Speech_Female> and riding horses <Speech_Female> at the same time <Speech_Female> and like <Speech_Female> inconceivable <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> to him <Speech_Female> riding horses <Speech_Female> going rick. <Speech_Female> Trains <Speech_Female> going for long walks <Speech_Female> tool king all these <Speech_Male> quite unbelievable <Speech_Male> too long. <Speech_Female> He's victorian physicians. <Speech_Female> That <Speech_Female> women could actually <Speech_Female> do that. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> And i love what you <Speech_Female> point out about <Speech_Female> her research <Speech_Female> and how it wasn't just <Speech_Female> focused on the data <Speech_Female> and the quantitative <Speech_Female> piece <Speech_Female> but how she really brought <Speech_Female> storytelling <Speech_Female> and narrative <Speech_Female> to the four. And <Speech_Female> here at the nocturne <Speech_Female> is where all about <Speech_Female> storytelling <Speech_Female> in medicine. <Speech_Female> And so thank you <Speech_Female> for bringing her and <Speech_Female> her work to <Speech_Female> the attention <Speech_Female> of me and the audience <Speech_Female> somebody <Speech_Female> in history who <Speech_Female> i think <Speech_Female> we should learn more about. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> That's <Speech_Female> all i have. I <Speech_Female> just wanted to <Speech_Female> say thank you again <Speech_Female> for coming onto <Speech_Female> the podcast <SpeakerChange> to talk <Speech_Female> about this book. <Speech_Female> Thank <Speech_Female> you so <SpeakerChange> much for <Speech_Female> having me <Speech_Female> while this has been wonderful <Speech_Female> i am speaking <Speech_Female> with eleanor. <Speech_Female> Clift horn <Speech_Female> about her book <Speech_Female> unwell <Speech_Female> women misdiagnosis <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> and myth in a man <Speech_Female> made world <Speech_Female> highly recommended <Speech_Female> to anybody <Speech_Female> in the healthcare profession <Speech_Female> or <Speech_Female> patients <Speech_Female> really really <Speech_Female> illuminating history. <Speech_Female> Again as <Speech_Female> i said at the beginning. <Speech_Female> I learned so much <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> about the history <Speech_Female> of sexism and medicine <Speech_Female> and where <Speech_Female> we came from and where <Speech_Female> we need to go. So <Speech_Female> thank <Speech_Female> you again for writing <Speech_Female> it and <SpeakerChange> for being here. <Speech_Female> Thank <Speech_Female> you so much for having <Speech_Music_Female> me. It's been <SpeakerChange> such a <Speech_Music_Female> pleasure <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Speech_Music_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> Thanks <Speech_Music_Female> for listening. <Speech_Music_Female> This episode <Speech_Female> of the nocturnes <Speech_Female> conversations was <Speech_Female> produced edited <Speech_Female> and mixed by john. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Oliver <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> are <Speech_Music_Female> executive producers. Allie <Speech_Female> block our <Speech_Female> chief. Operating officer <Speech_Female> is rebecca groves <Speech_Female> and our communications <Speech_Music_Female> and social media.

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"rebecca groves" Discussed on Scam Goddess

Scam Goddess

03:08 min | 3 months ago

"rebecca groves" Discussed on Scam Goddess

"Said this is excruciating onboard said daddy. We're fighting for water you said there's there's been tears. This is horrible. Guinness bass fell out to be broke. His arm came about kickball. Mommy in the kitchen counter. And he's like you sure so very come on bad we gave you fifty eight hundred dollars. Come on. What about the tadpoles. Grants play kickball got grass. How did you be board is rocks out there and get a game was sticking rock going good playing an promise on your birthday. We'll get you some so allegedly. According to a counselor known as dodger who would work prep trustworthy. The commercial dishwasher was broken. This led to some kids reportedly receiving improperly wash dishes all the dirty dishes. A kid was also served raw meat during a meal leading to the firing of one chef. Four girls from the same bunk were quarantined. Due to vomiting a factor rebecca grove had to find out from her daughter who was immuno-compromised and was also in that bunk. After she had been picked up the girls were sick from dehydration and were tested in quarantined in In compliance with covert protocols one camper was also responsible for bruising rebecca's other child eight-year-old cayden in the head with a wooden block as well as punch in a staff member counselor quakes. She hit another student with a wooden block so a camper had two children rebecca and then her other child eight-year-old created so one camper hit her son. Her son kayden in the head wouldn't block in that. He also punched a staff member council. Chris bigler not mr bigler note. The council kurt's happened to be one of the former campers. The directors called offering employment in its described by eight-year-old camper as the counselor. Who did not quit everyone else did. So we're wrapping up to the end of this year. The campaign difficulty maintaining its lgbt friendly environment for both campers and counselors trans counselors said. That did not always feel comfortable and several patients withdrew their children because they did not want them living with the with a trans counselor. There are several smaller problems as well during the week that started to tip parents off such as letters home arriving late the camps photographer leaving the facebook group and the lack of communication from the directors and administrators. So the kids was writing these letters home. Like i venture the counselors. Were like we should hold onto the. This sounds horrible. And this phobia and we add all kinds of nasty. We're doing everything they were doing. The fire fast food. They weren't giving the kids water. They there was angry. Bullied children out here hitting people. It went full lord of the flies. My question is like after all these horrible days and vomiting violence and transphobia. Are they then getting together.

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"rebecca groves" Discussed on The Nocturnists

The Nocturnists

03:36 min | 4 months ago

"rebecca groves" Discussed on The Nocturnists

"Our show. The nocturnes is produced by director of story development atalay paparazzo associate producers. Molly rose williams and isabel australia and meet our student. Production assistance are hammy ricky pious and. See you song. Original theme was composed by yosef monroe or audio engineer is john. Oliver and are illustrations by venezeula shamala fired. Executive producer is allie block or she operating officers. Rebecca groves our admin assistant Soja and our social media entered is yuki schwab is made possible by the california medical association of physician led organization that works tirelessly to make sure that the doctor-patient patient relationship remains at the center of medicine to learn more about the visit. Cma docs dot org support for. The doctrine is also comes from the patrick j mcgovern foundation. The california healthcare foundation and people like you who have contributed through our website and patriot page. Thank you for supporting our work in storytelling here comes. The sun was written by george harrison and was performed by swen hendrickson on ukulele. Thank you to the voices of mike. Reid bloom garten. Gabriel postulate laurien edwards and greta and theodore paying until we meet again. I'm your host..

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"rebecca groves" Discussed on The Nocturnists

The Nocturnists

02:27 min | 5 months ago

"rebecca groves" Discussed on The Nocturnists

"It again. Cappuccino bridget and patty any gonna this little light of mine. I enjoyed the show this little. Why don't they said a shot. That's our show. The nocturnes is produced by director of story development adelaide proposal. Oh associate producers. Molly rose williams and isabel ostra and me or student production assistants or heading emini ricky pies and see song. Original theme was composed by yosef monroe or audio engineer. Is john oliver north illustrations by zeal. Mollified thank you to pediatric hospitalised bridget. Wild and her son theodore cornfeld for the performance of this little light of mine. Thanks also to alexander puzzle and david apple for their original music. Heard in this episode or executive producer is allie block or chief operating officers. Rebecca groves are administ- in his departure. Soja and our social media entered is yuki schwab. An artist is made possible by the california medical association of physician led organization that works tirelessly to make sure that the doctor patient relationship remains at the center of medicine to learn more about the visit. Cma docs dot org support for the nocturne is also comes from the patrick j mcgovern foundation. The california healthcare foundation and people like you who have contributed through our website and patriot page. Thank you for supporting our work. In storytelling join us next week as we take a deep dive into healthcare workers. Pandemic dreams and nightmares. I'm your host. Emily silverman see you then fine show..

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"rebecca groves" Discussed on The Nocturnists

The Nocturnists

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca groves" Discussed on The Nocturnists

"Is he the anecdote that you reached for Think for me. What really struck me was that. He was the only patient that i had seen so far. That spoke a different language and didn't have anybody surrounding him Usually when we have patients in the hospital that are speaking different dialects or languages. They have family members. There that can translate for us Which always makes it a lot easier. But for this patient he was alone. And i had never seen anybody surrounding him until he was pretty much. Ready for discharge. And i it just. It made me so uncomfortable to realize that His family was far away from him. He probably didn't have that much of an idea what was going on for some reason. His procedure just kept getting delayed delayed delayed so for me. I was like he is sitting in a bed for a procedure than to. He doesn't know when it's going to happen. He's in pain. He doesn't even know how to articulate to anyone. If he's thirsty or hungry or dizzy he can't really tell anybody any of these things and it must feel so lonely and the work that you put in to develop. His language with him was or was not recognized by your team So that's like a delicate balance. I think that the med student has to strike. Because i was doing this out of genuine concern this patient but obviously there was a lot of time that i was absent from the teamwork room So i would often go back and be like hey. I'm sorry. i was spending time with this person. This is what we talked about today. This is what i learned. And i would just tell my residents casually just to say hey. I didn't actually go home and take a nap or i wasn't absent for like a long period of time. Just doing nothing. I was actually spending time with this patient. And i want you to know. And i think that really helped because they recognize that this is something they probably wanted to do but simply didn't have time during the day because obviously residency has its own difficulties in time. Management is huge there. But i the med student. Do you have the luxury of having this extra time. Where i can go sit with him and talk to him about his family and really get to know him. Well thank you so much lava for being here Today it was really lovely to speak with you. And i can't wait to hear your story live on stage tonight at our show in new york. City ya'll looking forward to it. Thank you for having me here. I really appreciate it. That's our show. Join us next week. For a story. From physician miriam shined. Bein called ambivalence i wanna thank executive producer allie block producer and head of story development. Adelaide proposal podcast producer. Liza veal director of operations. Rebecca groves and communications specialist corps. Becker our original artwork is by. Lindsey mound are original theme was composed by yosef monroe and additional. Music is from blue dot sessions. This episode of the nocturnes was sponsored by vo sarah's experience innovation network an organization that studies leadership and healthcare and promotes the concept of human centered leadership where leaders focus on their teams physical emotional and spiritual well-being check out the show notes for more information. The doctrines is made possible by the california medical association. The gordon and betty moore foundation and people like you who have donated through our website and petri on page. Your donations helps produce stories that humanize medicine for practitioners and patients alike. Make a gift at the doctrines dot com slash donate. Thank you for supporting our work in storytelling. You'd like to add your voice to one of our future. Projects visit our website at the nocturne est dot com and don't forget to subscribe rate and review our show. It really does help. Spread the word to hear more true personal stories from healthcare professionals and research scientists. Check out saturday night. Stories from uc san francisco. Each episode brings you deeply personal stories of curiosity inspiration and sacrifice. It takes to solve the most difficult problems in health today. Find saturday night stories from. Ucsf on itunes stitcher or wherever you get your podcast. We are the nocturnes..

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"rebecca groves" Discussed on The Nocturnists

The Nocturnists

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca groves" Discussed on The Nocturnists

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"rebecca groves" Discussed on The Nocturnists

The Nocturnists

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca groves" Discussed on The Nocturnists

"Rest of the team decided that we would try to extirpate him. And We did and he did great and I cannot wait to call his momma called her up and I was like y'all guess what Jay is off the ventilator and she was super happy and. You know we all look forward to seeing her that evening He'll such a great day of so happy and went through my day doing the things I had to do and also recalled that I had to leave and go to clinic that afternoon. But all afternoon, I just could not wait to get back to the pick you to call so that I could be there when Jay's mom got there to see her baby off that ventilator finally. And so I. Russia, back into the pick you and I get there and I ask the nurses and staff does she come yet? Did she come yet and they had no she's not here yet way to you you baby. Oh my goodness he looks like a little man. Oh my goodness. Wait till. You see him and all the nurses where like Ami up here. Rush over and stand outside of the glass and look through the sliding glass door into his room and. It was like the wing got knocked out of my chest Helix so cute. Somebody. Put Him in this little outfit It was a little. Sweat suit say Mommy's Little Angel and. He even had on some of those little soft soul fake sneakers. and. He looked like a little boy I mean he didn't have any tape on his face. He he looks Oh. Peaceful. And then I noticed it. Psychot- my God Oh my God I was like shaking their like what I said. Please God. Tell me the you did not. Cut his hair. And a swung my head over and looked at his nurse and all the color just drained out of her face and she was like, no, I just want I just wanted him to look really nice with mom got here. I just trimmed it. So, here's the thing. It's already not a good idea to cut somebody's child here. Okay. Let's just say that for the record regardless of your race. But you do not. Could a black baby boy's here before he turns one. Do not cut his hair and fact the old tale is that If you cut his hair, he'll never speak but the point is regardless of the reason, everybody seems to follow that rule. And had cut his hair. So, in this mother got there, she walked in look through the glass eyes widened feel with tears when she saw her baby dressed in an little outfit she was moved just like I was in e she noticed it. She ran an errand looked at her baby and we she tore up out of that room. I have never seen anybody in a hospital as mad. As his mama was in that moment. She said he'll cut my baby's hair and I just kind of stood there staring at my feet like a little kid thinking, I didn't do it. The nurse was crying. She said I just wanted him to look handsome when you got here. His mom was like he was. I can't believe you did this and then in the middle of it, all of a sudden she rounded on me. Pointed at me and said. Was You. Know why are you let this? Why Lady Come I BABYSAT? And she was mad at me than anybody else. And in moment I realized. Oh, my God. ME BEING THERE A laid a lot of concerns. and. I had just under estimated what it meant to her to have me this black pediatrician there helping care for her baby. It was terrible. But What ended up happening. Was that the SMO-? Senior nurse in that pick, you should stepped into the middle of all of this and. Santa. Mom, I am so so sorry. And then she had this little box in her hand. and. She presented it to the mom and when she opened the box. It was little curls of his hair. And mother just cried and cried, and she fell into that nurses on this older senior white woman nurse. And just wept. Couple of days later I went and saw him on. He had gotten out of the ICU one much better. and. His hair was in Cormoros. and. I looked at his mom and I said well I like his hair. Did. You. And she said, no one of the nurses did it. And it Kinda raised an eyebrow and said was that okay. She said. She could it. And we both start laughing. This has been an actress black voices in healthcare. I want to thank our core team executive producer Kimberly Manning. The doctrine is founder Emily Silverman podcast producer Apollo sound engineer. John Oliver and medical students, Rafael oppose, ner, and more and Wootton. Thanks also to Executive Producer Ellie Block and program manager, Rebecca Groves, and Communications Intern Becker are. Are Ashley Floreal and our theme song is by Janie E. Lot poison healthcare is made possible by the California Medical Association California Healthcare Foundation and people like you. Who donated through our website and Patriot page Thank you for supporting our work in storytelling. If you'd like to add your voice to our project, visit our website at the NOCTURNES DOT COM, we'll be back next week until then remember. Black lives matter. Like health matters and black stories matter..

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"rebecca groves" Discussed on The Nocturnists

The Nocturnists

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca groves" Discussed on The Nocturnists

"I don't. Understand. There are. Probably. A thousand ways it is but. The one. Thing that I've heard most patients request on her dying bed. Hooked up to. Several IV's several machines, several tubes. Exposed. Vulnerable. Dying. HYPOXIA NICK DISC MIC. Gasping her air. No matter. What the? One thing that I've heard more times than not is that the patient wishes to die at home. When I hear that I will go above beyond under and around to make sure that that patients dying wish. Is fulfilled. What is it about home? Why is home what it is? My is home safety for some people. Nauseating for some frightening for others. What defines a home. Is it a roof and four walls? Is it. Is it a home cooked meal is is your parents As it f a million space is hospital home for me. I know the hospital where I know the ICU. I can see those ventilator numbers from across the hall. I know where the ventilation goes I know where to look for. The full loop I can look across the room and tell you what? Mode but rate what the PEOP- is. Does that make the hospital home for me? Because I'm. Because I'm so well. Adapt their because I'm I'm familiar with it. I don't know what a home is I think it's different things for different people. But. I guess for me, I wanted to find home as being familiar. Reliable, dependable. Like you know what to expect. Maybe. That's why the people who are dying and my hugh. Maybe that's why they. They requested die at home. Because they can anticipate. Better. They've never crossed over they've never died before, but they know home. That's a familiar spot, right? Because I know it feels like. The familiarity of the space. Diana, foreign space. Were use a dea station clogs. Home. For me. Is a glance. In the hospital it is. Members of our janitorial staff members of our. Staff. Members of our anesthesia tech teams or room turnover teams that acknowledged me. NOT JUST WITH A high power you a good morning or a have a great weekend. But those that see me. In everything as everything that I am. As a black woman. As a surgeon. As a physician. as a comma rate. That is what it reminds me. of WHO I am. That I belong. And that I am safe. Being a physician in a mom is perpetual caretaking. And sometimes, when I'm transitioning between those roles during the day, I, really need to take a minute. Often had means taking the long way home. So I have time to listen to a podcast or were to. And sometimes it's getting home and finding myself just sitting outside on the stoop watching cars go by for a few minutes. Just daydreaming. my kids who are incredibly adapt at vocalizing, asserting their needs. Have to their credit learn to just give me that space. And when I do finally come in, greet me with such enthusiasm and love that although it doesn't erase the weight. Of of simultaneously filling those roles of physician and mom and feeling like I'm constantly. Between the two. Is certainly does fill my bucket. This is my daily homecoming. How was your day? We WanNA bike or move. Where did you tell me? Well, we went up the hill and everyone on the security. Wall, did you on your bike? I. This has been the nocturnal black voices in health care. I. Want to thank our core team executive producer Kimberly manning the nocturne is founder Emily, Silverman podcast producer Adelaide, Papa Zillow, sound engineer John, Oliver, and medical students Rafael Pose Ner, and more Newton who is also the outstanding cellist year playing in the background. Thanks also to executive producer Elliott Block and program manager Rebecca Groves and Communications Intern Cory Becker are illustrations by Ashley Floreal and our theme song is by genetic. What healthcare is made possible by the California Medical Association the California Healthcare Foundation and people like you. Who donated through our website and Patriot page. Thank you for supporting our work in storytelling. If you'd like to add your voice to our project, visit our website at the noxious dot com. We'll be back next week until then remember. Black lives matter. Like health matters and black stories matter..

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"rebecca groves" Discussed on The Nocturnists

The Nocturnists

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca groves" Discussed on The Nocturnists

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