The Most Important Medicine:
Responding to TrAUMA & Creating Resilience in Primary Care

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The Most Important Medicine is where physicians and healthcare professionals meet to discuss what trauma is and how it presents in primary care. Then, we talk about how to respond and mitigate trauma by building resilience and other buffering mechanisms that address adversity and build connection. We'll listen to physicians and healthcare providers tell their stories about how to bring humanness into medicine and transform how we think about medicine through relational leadership, early relational health and connection. It's truly, the MOST important medicine!

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Join Dr. Amy and Drs. Teri Pettersen and Keith Cheng as we discuss stories of healing when working with children in pediatrics and child psychiatry. They dive into how physicians can deepen their relationships with children and families by discussing traumatic events openly. Plus, they share incredible stories about their work with families, how they […]

Episode 8: The Trauma is Already There! Deepening Relationships with Drs. Teri Pettersen and Keith Cheng

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In this podcast, Dr. Amy sits down with Dr. Dominic Corrigan, a psychiatrist with a very personal story to share. Physician burnout and physician suicide is a relatively unknown issue in the world of medicine. This stems from many factors, including stigma and a general unwillingness to talk about the subject. Dr. Amy and Dr. Corrigan explore […]

Episode 7: Discussing Physician Burnout with Dr. Dominic Corrigan of Physician’s Anonymous

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In this podcast, Dr. Amy sits down with Dr. Dominic Corrigan, a psychiatrist with a very personal story to share. Physician burnout and physician suicide is a relatively unknown issue in the world of medicine. This stems from many factors, including stigma and a general unwillingness to talk about the subject. Dr. Amy and Dr. Corrigan explore […]

Episode 7: Discussing Physician Burnout with Dr. Dominic Corrigan of Physician’s Anonymous

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In this episode, Dr. Amy has a candid discussion with Dr. Eric Wiser, a physician with a wide ranging background from the jack of all trades rural medicine world to education roles at the world famous Oregon Health and Science University. During the course of his career, Dr. Wiser always tried to break down barriers for […]

Episode 6: The Ultimate Cold Open with Dr. Eric Wiser on Rural Medicine

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Join me and Dr. Guy Macpherson, podcast host of the well-known show, Trauma Therapist Podcast. We’re talking about the importance of being fully human in the work of trauma. Guy discusses how he got into this field, why talking about trauma is fundamental and why it allows us to be who we are – our […]

Episode 5: Guy Macpherson: Bringing our WHOLE selves to this work

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In this short podcast, Dr. Amy takes you through a brief history of the ACE study and discusses the study’s challenges and limitations. She then takes a walk through the history and impact of the study, including the infamous TED talk that Dr. Nadine Burke-Harris presented. Dr. Amy then takes you through some of the […]

Episode 4: How do we build awareness of damage we cannot see?

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In her debut podcast launch, Dr. Amy engages in a riveting discussion with Dr. Ken Ginsberg, a pediatrician with 35 years of experience. Dr. Ginsberg is a resiliency expert who focuses on building trauma awareness in medicine, establishing tools and resources for providers, and shifting the lens from what is “wrong” with patients to what is […]

Episode 3: Dr. Ken Ginsburg Creating Compassion through Relationships

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When you hear the word trauma-informed care, what comes to mind? Do the words speak to you? During this short introductory podcast, we join Dr. Amy on the journey that she began many years ago when she first started exploring the world of trauma-informed care and meet her where she is today… making a podcast to […]

Episode 2: Your Humanity Will Heal Others

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When you hear the word trauma-informed care, what comes to mind? Do the words speak to you? During this short introductory podcast, we join Dr. Amy on the journey that she began many years ago when she first started exploring the world of trauma-informed care and meet her where she is today… making a podcast to help […]

Episode 1: Beginning the conversation about trauma-informed care

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This podcast is The Most Important Medicine: Responding to Trauma and Creating Resilience in Primary Care, and I am your host, Dr. Amy. This podcast is where I meet with healthcare providers to discuss what trauma is and how it presents in primary care. Then, we talk about how to respond to trauma by building […]

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