Family Practice Podcast
Summary: Family Practice is an informal interview-style podcast dedicated to the stories, experiences, and expertise of LGBT identified medical providers.
This marks the final episode of the Family Practice Podcast. Many thanks to all of the providers who participated in this project over the past year and thank you to all of you who have listened.
Kerin "KB" Berger PA-C discusses how she's making medical education more LGBTQ inclusive and how her queer identity informs her approach to sexual health.
Simon Adriane Ellis NP, CNM discusses how his non-binary gender identity informs his midwifery practice for trans, queer, cis, and straight clients and shares his personal story of finding care as a non-binary person.
Paul Algeo PharmD, PA-C discusses how his spirituality and sexuality have lead him to his dream job of providing primary care to the LGBTQ+ community.
Erik Janson DNP discusses how a commitment to social justice and his own experiences as a trans man seeking medical care lead him to a career in community-based medicine.
Jared Baeten MD, PhD discusses how his research in Africa lead to PrEP's approval in the US and the impact PrEP and U=U have had on the LGBTQ community here at home.
Zil Goldstein NP discusses how her gender identity and medical interests lead her to help create the Center for Transgender Medicine & Surgery @ Mount Sinai in New York City.
Demetre Daskalakis MD, MPH discusses how the effects of HIV/AIDS on his community drove his passion drove his passion to create public health interventions that have earned him the label "NYC's queer health warrior".
David Inwards-Breland MD, MPH discusses the ways his identity as an African-American, cisgender gay man inspired him to create a clinic specializing in transgender pediatric medicine.
A chat with Janna Cuneo NP about how her perspective on LGBTQ medicine is shaped by experiencing homelessness as a teenager and by being a queer, cis woman in a male-dominated field.
Shannon Carroll NP discusses how coming out on a daytime talk show has a teenager, bathhouse HIV testing, and work as a nightlife promoter have informed his appropach to LGBTQ mental health.
A conversation with Dr. Peter Shalit about his experience as a gay medical provider during the height of the AIDS epidemic and how that work informs his approach to caring for people living with HIV today.
A conversation with Miles Harris NP about what motivated him to become a nurse practitioner and how his gender identity shapes his approach to LGBTQ healthcare.
Family Practice is an informal interview-style podcast dedicated to the stories, experiences, and expertise of LGBTQ medical providers.