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McGill Journal of Medicine Podcast

McGill Journal of Medicine Podcast

By McGill Journal of Medicine (MJM)
The MJM offers all students an opportunity to publish the results of their scientific research or to contribute commentaries about pressing issues of the day. In all of its issues, the MJM has strived to strike a delicate balance between original articles, reviews and editorial letters. Its goal is to provide its readers with a global perspective of clinical medicine and accentuate the pressing social concerns as well as denoting new scientific breakthroughs.
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MJM MedTalks (S01E01): A Conversation with Dr. Samir Shaheen-Hussain

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MJM MedTalks (S01E02): A Conversation with Dr. Shirin A. Enger
McGill Journal of Medicine (MJM) MedTalks is a Podcast series where members of the McGill Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences are interviewed on topics related to career, research, advocacy and more. The aim of MedTalks is to open a space where faculty members can share information and advice for trainees in healthcare and medical sciences. In this episode, the MSc candidate and MJM Podcast Team member Nadia Blostein interviews Dr. Shirin A. Enger, medical physicist and Associate Professor at the Gerald Bronfman Department of Oncology & Medical Physics Unit. This interview focuses on the interdisciplinary and translational nature of medical physics research, the workflow of radiotherapy, and concludes with a list of open-source initiatives that Dr. Enger’s group has participated in, including the McMed Hacks Series on Machine Learning and Medical Imaging. The show notes include a transcript of the podcast, a more detailed content overview, glossary of important terms and resources and references. This episode was recorded and edited by the MJM Podcast Team member Nadia Blostein with input from the entire MJM Podcast Team and transcribed by Susan Wang. ***Time Stamp*** Song Credits: 'We Are One' by Vexento 'Verge' by Ikson Xylophone Music
40:15
March 19, 2022
MJM MedTalks (S01E01): A Conversation with Dr. Samir Shaheen-Hussain
Welcome to McGill Journal of Medicine (MJM) MedTalks. This is the first episode in a series where faculty members from McGill’s Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences are interviewed on various topics with a focus on advice for medical trainees. Topics include career, research, advocacy, and more. In this interview, McGill medical student Susan Wang interviews physician-author Dr. Samir Shaheen-Hussain about his new book “Fighting for a Hand to Hold: Confronting Medical Colonialism Against Indigenous Children in Canada”. The conversation is divided into three parts: 1) personal questions about Dr. Shaheen-Hussain’s work in social justice, 2) questions regarding the book, in particular on aspects of anti-indigenous systematic racism and its interplay in Canada’s current healthcare system, and 3) advocacy and burnout-related advice for medical trainees. This podcast interview is accompanied by a book review and reflection, titled “A Medical Student’s Perspective on Fighting for a Hand to Hold”, available at mjmmed.com. This podcast is produced and edited by MJM’s social media team, Tom Lee, Saman Arfaie, and Susan Wang. ***Time Stamp*** 0:15 Introduction to MedTalks and Interview by Saman Arfaie 1:13 Layout of interview 2:00 Introduction to Interview and Land Acknowledgement 3:25 Part 1: Personal discussion about author’s work in social justice 9:42 Part 2: Questions about the book 24:30 Part 3: Advocacy and burnout advice for medical trainees 32:14 Conclusion by Saman Arfaie Song Credits: 'We Are One' by Vexento 'Verge' by Ikson Xylophone Music
32:45
May 28, 2021