September 30, 2023
2 minutes of reading
For over 4 years, the Healio podcast, Gut Talk, has provided busy clinicians with relevant information and updates on research developments through candid interviews and conversations with leaders in the field of gastroenterology.
During each episode, the hosts Sameer K. Berry, MD, And William D. Chey, MD, providing IGs with timely updates on how health policy, social media, technology, nutrition, practice management, and research can impact the field, their practices, and health care in general.
Podcast episodes also feature patients giving their perspectives on topics that interest them.
In case you missed any, Healio recaps the episodes you should listen to. They cover current topics such as how to help patients not restrict their diet too much, virtual reality in gastroenterology, recent controversies and debates in endoscopy, the importance of diversity and inclusion in health care and leadership roles in gastroenterology practices.
Creating the Field of Gastrointestinal Nutrition with Kate Scarlata, RDN
Kate Scarlata, MPH, RDN, explains how to help patients avoid excessively restricting their diet, the use of digital therapeutic tools in dietetics and more.
Scarlata is a US-based dietitian with over 30 years of experience. Kate’s expertise is in gastrointestinal disorders and food intolerances. Kate is the author of numerous books and articles on digestive health topics, including the New York Times bestseller, The 21 Day Tummy Diet. Listen now.
The future of care for gut-brain interaction disorders with the ROME Foundation
Douglas Drossman, MD, And Johannah Ruddy, M.Ed., discuss methods to destigmatize chronic illness for patients and doctors, the effect of technology on the doctor-patient relationship and much more.
Drossman is professor emeritus of medicine and psychiatry in gastroenterology at UNC. Ruddy is an educator, researcher, and co-founder of the Tuesday Night IBS community on Twitter. Listen now.
The Future of Endoscopy with Doug Rex, MD
Douglas Rex, MD, discusses the importance of intention to treat for colorectal screenings, how screening technology has transformed the practice of gastroenterology, and much more.
Rex is a distinguished professor emeritus at Indiana University School of Medicine and a full-time clinical gastroenterologist at University Hospitals of Indiana. Listen now.
The different facets of GI leadership with Amy Oxentenko, MD
Amy Oxentenko, MD, discusses the importance of being adaptable in one’s leadership roles and shares thoughts on creating transparent and inclusive spaces in practice, and more.
Oxentenko is chair of the department of medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Arizona. Listen now.
Discovering ERCP with Peter B. Cotton, MD
Peter B. Cotton, MD, FRCP, FRCSprofessor of medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina, discusses the development and invention of the ERCP procedure, the innovation of Digestive Disease Centers and much more.
Cotton is a professor of medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina. Listen now.
Perspectives on Leadership, Education, and the Future of Clinical Care in IBS with Lin Chang, MD
Lin Chang, MD, Vice Chief of the Division of Digestive Diseases of Vatche and Tamar Manoukian, discusses his journey with gastroenteritis, his interest in IBS and some of the newest therapies coming up, and much more.
Chang is vice chief of the Vatche and Tamar Manoukian Division of Digestive Diseases, director of the UCLA GI Fellowship Program, and co-director of the G. Oppenheimer Center for the Neurobiology of Stress and Resilience. Listen now.
Virtual Reality in GI with Brennan Spiegel, MD
Brennan Spiegel, MD, MSHS, discusses virtual and augmented reality in gastroenterology from a clinical and research perspective, as well as his thoughts on the future of the field.
Spiegel is a professor of medicine and public health and director of health services research at Cedars-Sinai. He is also co-editor-in-chief of American Journal of Gastroenterology. Listen now.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in GI with Sophie M. Balzora, MD
Sophie M. Balzora, MD, FACG, explains how she discovered her interest in gastroenterology, the importance of having a true diversity, equity and inclusion initiative in healthcare and more.
Balzora is a clinical associate professor at NYU Grossman School of Medicine. Listen now.