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Jones Health Law Podcast: Episode 9 – Sinus the Times with Otorhinolaryngologist Dr. Daniel Branovan

In this episode we are discussing the ear, nose, and throat with Otorhinolaryngologist, Daniel Branovan, M.D.! As the Director and Chair of the New York Ear, Nose & Throat Institute, Dr. Branovan is an Ear, Nose and Throat doctor who has served Brooklyn for 14 years, and who utilizes the most modern technology and equipment to get patients on the road to better health more quickly. He is widely known as a top provider of minimally-invasive sinus surgery. Recently, Dr. Branovan has opened a second medical office in Hallandale Beach, Florida. Dr. Branovan studied medicine at Stanford University and completed his...

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Jones Health Law Podcast: Episode 9 – STEMulating Conversation with Software Architect Consultant, Ms. Keiana Chisholm

In this episode we are discussing Tech and STEM with Software Architect Consultant, Keiana Chisholm! Keiana Chisholm is a 12-year software architecture consultant for her firm, “Chisholm Perennial Solutions.” Her firm consults on software architecture and engineering with a focus on healthcare systems. She received a bachelor’s degree in health services administration from Florida International University in Miami, FL and a Master of Science in Health Informatics from Northeastern University in Boston, MA. Keiana also owns and operates “The STEM Kidz” a STEM toy focused e-commerce site. She founded the charitable initiative the “Chisholm Perennial International Foundation” in 2018, which...

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Jones Health Law Podcast: Episode 8 – Mental Health Discussion with Psychiatrist, Dr. Aminata Cisse

In this episode we are discussing Psychiatry with Aminata Cisse, M.D.! Dr. Cisse is a board-certified psychiatrist, specializing in mental health disorders. Her blog "Am Taar Wellness" offers an integrated approach of holistic healing and traditional psychiatric care, specifically tailored to the needs of women of the African Diaspora.  During our discussion, Dr. Cisse discussed a range of topics including: (1) the distinction between a Psychiatrist and Psychologist; (2) challenges of being a black psychiatrist and for those seeking treatment; (3) a typical day in the office and finding balance; (4) the media's impact on our perception of psychiatry; (5) myths about...

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