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Power to the Podcast: Biomedical Graduate Students Interview "Patients" to Learn about their Lived Experience with Chronic Illnesses Publique Deposited

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Hum, Julia. Power to the Podcast: Biomedical Graduate Students Interview "patients" to Learn About Their Lived Experience with Chronic Illnesses. . 2022. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/377ed568-9330-4fc8-b672-b061b4040c7f?locale=fr

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Hum, Julia. (2022). Power to the Podcast: Biomedical Graduate Students Interview "Patients" to Learn about their Lived Experience with Chronic Illnesses. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/377ed568-9330-4fc8-b672-b061b4040c7f?locale=fr

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Hum, Julia. Power to the Podcast: Biomedical Graduate Students Interview "patients" to Learn about Their Lived Experience with Chronic Illnesses. 2022. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/377ed568-9330-4fc8-b672-b061b4040c7f?locale=fr

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Practicing empathy and listening skills are not traditionally components of a graduate-level biomedical science curriculum, however incorporating an opportunity for students to refine both can be given using “patient” podcast interviews. Beginning in the Fall 2020 the Medical Physiology & Pharmacology course in the Biomedical Master’s of Science Program started a summative project tasking graduate students with interviewing a “patient” about their lived experience with a chronic illness. The goal of our Patient Podcast Project is for our graduate students to experience our course material from the patient's perspective, while giving the “patient’s” story a platform.

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