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UTHSC interviews Dr. Wilner

Many thanks to Amber Carter, a writer on the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) communications team, for publishing an interview about my podcast, "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner." The interview was a timely opportunity to share with UTHSC the origins of the podcast, my methodology, and why I work so hard at it. I host, edit, and produce each episode and maintain complete journalistic independence.


Earlier this year, the podcast was listed by Feedspot.com as one of the "top 20 physicians podcasts you must follow in 2021", a distinction also earned in 2020. Local guests included Dennis Leber, Director of Cybersecurity at UTHSC, and Paul Hill, MD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. The podcast airs every 2 weeks, which provides ample opportunity for more UTHSC participation in the coming year.


During Amber's interview, I explained the podcast's raison d'etre.“My ultimate goal is for listeners to enjoy each episode while learning something important.” Dr. Wilner said. “As a teacher, I believe that education is the key to a successful life in a complex world. I hope that, at least in a small way, my podcast can entertain and provide people with knowledge and perspective to help understand and navigate life’s many challenges.”


The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner explores the arts, business, and clinical aspects of the practice of medicine. Please check it out on YouTube or your favorite podcast player and tell me how I am doing! If you know someone doing important work who wants to appear as a guest, let me know, and I'll see what I can do. If you enjoy the program, please share with friends and colleagues and subscribe!


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