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Join The WoMed where host Danielle Maltby (@dmmaltby) chats all things Women in Medicine. This nursing vet brings humor, reality, and a serious passion for what she does to discussions on self-care, mental health, emerging healthcare trends, education, and so much more. Nothing is off limits so come prepared to laugh, (maybe cry), and definitely listen in on meaningful conversations Dani has with some of the industry’s biggest experts and thought-leaders. This is a space to discuss, debate, ...
 
No fluff, just candid conversations on all facets of Afro-centric experience of women. Challenging norms and provoking deeper thinking with the goal of empowering each other, shifting mindsets, and re-inventing ourselves. Guest speakers consist of black women and men of diverse professional and personal backgrounds. Sharing their personal experiences and achievements to illuminate life issues and inspire real change for better living. New episode released every other Sunday.
 
‘Live a Well-Designed Life’ is a podcast for women in their #BlissfulForties who wants to live more Consciously, Intentionally and Wholeheartedly! It’s about guiding you to become more fully of who you truly are, about tuning into your true passions and desires, about rediscovering the beauty of life and experiencing pleasure in everything you do. It’s a reminder about focusing on embracing and living your life to the fullest, following your own agenda, cultivating your actual self – to feel ...
 
Dating is hard & excuses are easy. Prettyish Women is a podcast about two prettyish women trying to find love. Every other week, Jen and Hannah give the other a dating challenge. Then, like any normal date, we share our adventure with the world (or at least the people on iTunes). Give us a listen & a nice review. XOXO
 
Welcome to the Lemonade Stand, A Positivity Podcast for Women with a focus on serving mature women into the next chapter of their lives in a determined and fun way (cause it’s my favorite age so far!). I am Lauri Mackey, a Certified Holistic Health Coach who promotes three elements of holistic health: psychological, physical, and social well-being. I believe that if you can find and maintain balance in these areas that you have the greatest capacity for happiness in your life. Life experienc ...
 
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This week Danielle is joined by TWO special guests: twin nurses, Sarah and Jenna! They talk about getting into navy nursing, their first station duty in Virginia, plus what it’s like to leave the navy. We learn about their dream to open up their own med spa, their background in a military and nursing family, and their craziest experiences on shift,…
 
On this week's episode of 'Live a Well-Designed Life with Kiran,' I am talking about how to go on with life after losing a loved one. This one is very close to my heart as I lost my Mum to cancer back in 2007. I share a short story my teacher told me which changed the way I dealt with losing my Mum and how to go on with life.https://www.kiransinghu…
 
This week’s guest is neonatologist Dr. Kate! Passionate about babies and baby physiology, she splits her time between being an attendant in the NICU and the lab where she studies inflammation biology and nanoparticles for therapy. In today's episode, she and host D get into the joys (and sometimes woes) of working in the NICU, gush over the cutenes…
 
In today's episode, my guests are two Nigerian youth living in Canada, Adewale and Eskay. We sit down to discuss the way forward for Nigeria following the #EndSARS protest which is now a social movement. They outline action items for policy makers, leaders and citizens to reform Nigeria and we share our personal experiences with SARS (Special Anti-…
 
Its been a long time coming but the WoMed finally has on its first PA-C guest! This week, host D chats with is Xochitl Renteln, a PA-C that specializes in aesthetics in dermatology and telemedicine. Those considering the PA route, PAs in training, and those who just don’t know much about the PA role alike should be sure to tune in! Xochitl shares w…
 
In today's episode my guests, Chinyere Ugwu and Chikere Asogwa return to the show to discuss the aftermath of the #EndSARS protest and the way forward for Nigeria. We also address the recent outburst by Nigerian actor and politician, Desmond Elliot, outlining real solutions for change beyond police brutality and how the Nigeria youth and leaders ca…
 
In today's episode my guests, two Nigerian youth, Chinyere Ugwu and Chikere Asogwa, discuss the #EndSARS protest and the tragic Lekki Tollgate shooting that occurred in Lagos state on October 20th. My guests live in Nigeria and share their experiences of the protest, debunking untruths and correcting the false narrative about protesters. Follow the…
 
In today's episode my guest, Monica Kunzekweguta, takes us through her gripping and courageous journey of escaping kidnapping and child marriage in Zimbabwe. Monica is an author, publisher, speaker and life coach. She has written and published a number of books including Silent Strength, which narrates her story while offering tools for overcoming …
 
October is domestic violence awareness month. In today's episode, my guest, a mental health practitioner and co-pastor, Deborah Emmanuel-Ighodaro continues the conversation on emotional abuse, addressing how certain biblical teachings perpetuate abuse in homes. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast so you never miss an episode. Follow the podcas…
 
October is domestic violence awareness month. In today's episode, my guest, Deborah Emmanuel-Ighodaro, a Clinical Social Worker comes back to the show to discuss emotional abuse. We discuss why one may be vulnerable to emotional abuse, the impacts and how to heal from the trauma. Deborah is a Clinical Lead Consultant at Frankincense Consulting Serv…
 
This week on the WoMed, host D is diving into stem careers with soon to be doctor Devon Pawley. Devon is a PhD candidate in biochemistry and molecular biology at the University of Miami who is developing point of care diagnostics for remote communities to manage disease spread. Devon goes into what it's been like creating diagnostic technologies fo…
 
This week’s guest is Kaitlyn Eder who happens to be The WoMed’s first ever psych nurse! Kaitlyn has worked in psych units across the lifespan but her passion mainly lies with adult acute care. Kaitlyn and D debunk misconceptions about the specialization and emphasize the importance of removing stigmas about mental health at large. The two also talk…
 
In today's episode of 'Live a Well-Designed Life with Kiran,' I talk about how you can become ‘The Woman You want to Be’. It's all about getting you thinking about your personal development plan. No matter where you are in life, it’s always helpful to revisit the vision of Who you are? Where in your life are you right now in comparison to where you…
 
This week’s guest on The WoMed is Dr. Hafiza Khan (@heart.beat.doctor). Hafiza is a cardiac electrophysiologist or in other words, a specialist in how the heart beats! She’s developed a knack for explaining the hardest concepts into simple terms – a skill that can be seen in her Instagram account, her patient interactions, and can be heard througho…
 
Your Why is your source of intrinsic motivation. If you know your Why, you can drum up that little bit of motivation that you need to get started. From there, it’s momentum, not motivation. Your Why is a list of reasons that resonate with you as to why you’re doing something. “Nothing gives a person inner wholeness and peace like a distinct underst…
 
This week’s guest brings her warm infectious energy as well as her passion for pediatrics and nurses in training to The WoMed. Host D chats with Jannel Gooden who is a nurse, author and co-founder of Novice is The New Nurse, a company that mentors and empowers new nurses through the difficult transitionary period from school to acute care. Jannel e…
 
Can you believe the New Year is less than 90 days away?! In just three short months, we’ll be welcoming and ringing in another year. This year was not at all as we all hoped for and expected with everything that has been happening across the world. this was meant to be THE year - the beginning of a new decade. It has, however, flown by, Christmas o…
 
Trust the WoMed to provide you with your weekly dose of healthcare knowledge! This week’s guest is Susan Dentzer, highly regarded health policy expert and Senior Policy Fellow at the Robert J. Margolis Center for Health Policy at Duke University whose experience reporting on healthcare spans decades. She is also the soon to be host of Optum’s podca…
 
This week continues our two-part NICU nurse special with Nurse Tori. Nurse Tori is using her blog Tips From Tori, Instagram, and her Cellfie Podcast to “make healthcare hip, one tip at a time,” sharing stories of healthcare providers and providing her followers with useful tidbits from the NICU. She and host D talk reasons behind nurse burnout, how…
 
Tune in to the latest episode of 'Live a Well-Designed Life with Kiran' Podcast where I talk about the importance of simplifying your life (especially during these difficult times) so you can free up space to focus your energy and time on what truly matters to you + a life update.View the video 'How to Simplify Your Life' here; https://www.youtube.…
 
Joining host D on The WoMed is NICU nurse, blogger and fellow podcaster Nurse Tori. Nurse Tori is using social media to “make healthcare hip, one tip at a time” through her blog Tips From Tori, as the host of the Cellfie Podcast, and on Instagram. D and Nurse Tori bond over their experiences working in the NICU from finding a sense of purpose in em…
 
In today's episode, my guest, Deborah Emmanuel-Ighodaro, and I discuss the pattern of domestic violence, the cycle of abuse, it's impacts and how to heal from the trauma of abuse. Deborah is the Lead Clinical Consultant at Frankincense Consulting, the founder of Not4gotten.org, a non-profit organization supporting women and girls heal from abuse an…
 
Katie Vigos is a nurse who knew she wanted to be in the healthcare profession even before entering university. In this episode, host D and Katie discuss her current career as a per diem nurse specializing in critical care and her past work creating the Empowered Birth Project which started as a way of personal storytelling and blossomed into an onl…
 
In today’s episode, D is joined by orthopedic surgeon Dr. Pamela Mehta (@dr.pamelamehta). Dr. Pam shares how she knew orthopedic surgery was the perfect fit for her as well as her experiences with sexism and racism in the medical field. They chat doubts about proper representation of women and woman of color in surgery and why this was part of the …
 
This is the concluding part of my conversation with Dr. 'Tope Oriola, a criminologist and associate professor at the University of Alberta. We discuss how large systems such as government bodies can address violence against women and girls, outlining practical strategies and policy solutions. Dr. Oriola is a renowned researcher and teacher and is w…
 
In this episode of the WoMed, we take a bit of a detour into the world of veterinary medicine with guest Dr Stevie Aitken. She tells us about the many overlaps between human medicine and veterinary medicine as well as what training it takes to become a vet – did you know you can specialize in oncology or cardiology within the field? Dr. Stevie also…
 
In today's episode, my guest, Dr. 'Tope Oriola, a criminologist and associate professor at the University of Alberta discusses how large systems such as government bodies can address violence against women and girls. We discuss how societal norms, traditions and cultural practices perpetuate gender inequality and gender-based violence, identifying …
 
In this episode we go deep – deep into the subconscious that is. Host D calls up Juliet C Obodo, hypnotherapist and neurolinguistic master practitioner a who took a major career pivot after working in a lucrative corporate job to find her passion. Juliet answers questions about the practice of hypnosis including how she recognizes thinking patterns…
 
On today’s episode, D gets real, open, and honest with the two incredible women behind the West Chester Therapy Group and hosts of the ShrinkChicks podcast, Jennifer Chaiken, LMFT & Emmalee Bierly, LMFT. Through their podcast and work, Jennifer and Emmalee strive to make therapy more available and relatable to those who might not have access to tra…
 
The WoMed is here for you this week with a dose of inspiring news in these crazy times! On today’s episode, host D speaks to super gal team Dr. Nana Afoh-Manin, MD and tech founder Stacy Kirk who collaborated to create the web application myCovidMD which helps under-resourced communities get free testing and access to telehealth services during the…
 
Over the last several weeks, my guest speaker and I have been discussing the prevalence of sexual violence in Africa, in particular Nigeria. In this podcast, we talk about sexual violence from the male perspective, we debunk myths, face realities and identify ways to which we can better support the male victim. Regardless of gender, sexual violence…
 
On today’s episode, Host D speaks with Dr. Rinke Bos who is a Principal Scientist at Janssen Vaccines & Prevention in Leiden, the Netherlands, currently working on developing a vaccine for COVID-19. Dr. Rinke’s work focuses on research and development of vaccines against viral infectious diseases and she is leading the charge when it comes to findi…
 
In this episode, my guest speaker and I continue to conversation on sexual violence. We talk about the extreme form of sexual violence, femicide and its prevalence of in South Africa. Sexual violence is a crime and an injustice. It is time we stand up, speak out and fight for the victims and future generation to put an end to sexual violence. Artic…
 
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