The Art of Medicine: One Year Milestone Celebration!
In February 2020, I launched “The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner.” This podcast “explores the arts, business, and clinical aspects of the practice of medicine.” Each guest has experience and insight that makes for exciting and entertaining discussions. I’m honored that Feedspot.com included “The Art of Medicine” as one of the “top 20 physician podcasts” of 2020 and 2021. New episodes appear every two weeks.
Nearly ten years ago, I struggled to master video editing with iMovie and later Final Cut Pro to create short films for my natural history channel, “Underwater with Dr. Andrew.” This program features over 60 videos, mostly undersea creatures. A few videos have been viewed thousands of times. The site continues to grow. As I’ve learned more advanced editing techniques, the videos have become more sophisticated and entertaining (I hope!)
“The Art of Medicine” evolved out of a series of 20 videos for my latest book, “The Locum Life: A Physician’s Guide to Locum Tenens.” Several “Art of Medicine” guests have shared information about locums. These have included recruiters, financial advisors, and locums physicians. The “Art of Medicine’s” broad scope has also allowed me to indulge in discussions about spiritual health with Rabbis, fiction writing with physician authors, cybersecurity, real estate, nonclinical careers, brain death, other timely topics.
I want to take advantage of this first anniversary to thank all of the guests who have appeared on the first 27 episodes of “The Art of Medicine.” The most recent interviews appear at the top. My website contains a video archive: http://www.andrewwilner.com/videos
27 Kenneth Tyler, MD-COVID-19 and viruses
26 Armin Feldman, MD-forensic medicine
25 David Weinstock, MD-physician scientist
24 Maureen Czick, MD-COVID-19 and locums
23 Jeff Anzalone, DDS-physician finance
22 Gene Sung, MD-brain death
21 Bruce and Dianne Milner-physician real estate
20 Uma Naidoo, MD-food as medicine
19 Alfred Alcorn-author
18 Dennis Leber-cybersecurity
17 James Gordon, MD-wellness
16 Anita White-artist
15 Paul Hill, MD-COVID-19 mental health
14 Michael Weisberg, MD-physician author
13 Rabbi Abe Schacter-spiritual aspects
12 Paul Gross, MD-medical arts
11 Clint Hermes, JD-legal aspects of biomedical research
10 Andy Fadenholz-full-time recruiter
09 Justin Allison-locum tenens recruiter
08 Robert McClean, MD-COVID-19
07.5 Michelle Mudge-Riley, MD-nonclinical careers
07 John Jurica, MD-nonclinical careers
06 Johanna Fox, CPA, CFA-physician finance
05 Debra Blaine, MD-physician author
04 Rabbi Jeremy Simons-spiritual aspects
03 Ben Nanney, CPA, CFP-physician finance
02 Nichole Paskett-locum tenens recruiter
01 Nichole Paskett-locum tenens recruiter
To further celebrate the first anniversary of “The Art of Medicine,” I’m giving away up to 10 copies of the audio version of “The Locum Life: A Physician’s Guide to Locum Tenens,” which I carefully narrated in my home studio. The audiobook is available for purchase on Amazon, Audible.com, and iTunes. To receive a free download code, contact me at my website: www.andrewwilner.com. This offer expires on March 7, 2021.
The number of subscribers to “The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner” continues to grow. Future guests will hopefully include a physician whose job is to take care of astronauts, a pharmaceutical industry expert with advice for physicians considering a pharmaceutical career, a physician with timely ideas for streamlining medical licensing and credentialing, an expert on the neurologic complications of COVID-19, and more.
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