Month: June 2021

058: Broadening the Conversation on Firearm Suicide: Emmy Betz

Marian (Emmy) Betz, MD, MPH is an emergency physician at the University of Colorado and also conducts research in injury epidemiology and prevention. She joins the podcast to discuss her unique role in working with the gun community for suicide prevention and firearm injury prevention. She also leads the Firearm Injury Prevention Initiative on the Anschutz Medical campus and is co-founder of the Colorado Firearm Safety Coalition, a group that aims to education firearm retailers, range employees and the general public about suicide prevention and firearm safety.

057: Practical Tips for Improving the World

For this episode, Matt and Sarah speak with Brooke Jones of the Random Acts of Kindness Foundation, about the tremendous benefit we can all enjoy from…. just being kind. Take a listen, take notes, then go out and make the world a better place!

056: What do Beatboxing, Gastroenterology and VR Have in Common? Brennan Spiegel

Matt has a chat with Brennan Speigel, Director of Health Services Research at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles. Brennan is an expert in the application of therapeutic VR, and the author of the book VRx: How Virtual Therapeutics will Revolutionize Medicine – and that’s the main topic of conversation on today’s episode! There is – of course – a brief interlude where Brennan graces Matt with some beatbox as well.