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Health Careers With Dr. Marn

Richard Marn, MD

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A podcast for anyone, especially students, interested in exploring a successful health or wellness career. The goal is to serve as a resource by which listeners will gain a deeper and more complete picture of the many and various health and wellness professions available to pursue. Professionals working in healthcare and wellness are interviewed from across the country. Each guest interviewee provides an authentic perspective of what it is really like to work in their field, explain why they ...
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The Crossing Borders podcast is a show dedicated to helping Internationally Educated Health Professionals (IEHPs) find their place in the healthcare world. Host Julie White talks to IEHPs, job recruiters, and other experts to give you the best advice, resources, and tips. With over 15 years of experience in hospital, government, and community healthcare administration, she knows exactly how to help newcomers looking to work in Canadian health care. This podcast is perfect for anyone looking ...
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Careers in Health IT

Alex Franklin

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In series this we’ll be interviewing industry experts. influential figures and thought leaders throughout the UK health informatics network. We get them to share their careers stories for us all to learn from.
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Careers & Mental Health Conversations

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We discuss everything of importance regarding career choices and progress through to mental health at work, creating mentally well workplaces & much more. We feature key experts for specific topics, and keep an eye out for our Friday Rants, on things that have caught our eye that week!
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Join us on this episode of Crossing Borders as we explore the dynamic field of Health Information Management with expert Megan Bailey. Megan, a professor and coordinator of the Health Information Management program at St. Lawrence College in Kingston, Ontario, and a PhD student in Health Informatics at the University of Victoria, shares valuable in…
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In this episode of Crossing Borders, we are thrilled to have Amod Budhraja as our special guest. Amod, a BDS graduate from India, shares his fascinating journey from dental surgery to healthcare administration in Canada. Currently working with the County of Frontenac, Amod discusses his transition into administrative roles within the healthcare sec…
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Join host Julie White on her latest episode of Crossing Borders, where she delves into the captivating journey of internationally-trained physician Gobithan Nahenthiram, who today is a Clinical Physician Assistant making his mark in the Greater Toronto Area. This engaging episode unpacks Gobithan's inspiring path from a 16-year-old immigrant from S…
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In this captivating episode of Crossing Borders, host Julie welcomes Amoli Jadhav, a beacon of resilience and lifelong learning within the healthcare sector. A former medical officer from India and a current Master of Science student in the Healthcare Quality Program at Queen's University, Amoli is defining her journey through continuous education …
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Mansi Kasundra, a full-time #pharmacyassistant at Mallorytown Pharmacy and Health Centre, shares her journey of pursuing licensure in Canada as a pharmacy professional. She talks about her passion for medication and her desire to provide healthcare services. Mansi highlights the challenges and rewards of working in a small community pharmacy and th…
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Join Julie in conversation with Tim Huddle, a dynamic recruitment lead at Kingston Health Sciences Centre. Delve into Tim's journey, where he champions newcomers in healthcare, offering invaluable insights into job applications and interviews. Discover Tim's passion for fostering human connections in recruitment, his advocacy for volunteerism, and …
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Many people think of a social worker only as part of the child protection program. However, their duties are more complex than that. Joining Richard Marn, MD is social worker Catherine Moore to share her life that transcends beyond children services and into mental health, jail services, domestic work, and even social injustices. She also delves in…
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With the unfortunate rise of lung-related conditions brought on partially by the pandemic, the need for respiratory therapists has never been more rampant. In this episode of Health Careers, Dr. Richard Marn is joined by Registered Respiratory Therapist Aimee Eaton. Aimee found her calling only after pursuing a different path, but she’s never looke…
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The great Bob Marley once said, “One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain,” and in modern medicine, we are now seeing the application of music to help patients on the road to recovery. Using music this way is called music therapy and in this special episode, our guest will talk all about it. Dr. Richard Marn sits down for an i…
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What is it like to be a nurse in the Intensive Care Unit? It's exciting, gratifying, and exhausting. Enter Tina Vinsant, a Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit Nurse in Tennessee and Podcast Host of Good Nurse, Bad Nurse. Tina talks with Richard Marn, MD, about how a big part of being a nurse is to help people be comfortable with being vulnerable. It…
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Are you looking to pursue a career in veterinary medicine? If you love horses, then being an equine veterinarian is the career for you! Today’s guest is Stacey Cordivano, owner of Clay Creek Equine Veterinary Services, LLC and host of The Whole Veterinarian Podcast. She shares her journey to becoming an equine veterinarian and what it takes to succ…
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As mental health comes into the fore of mainstream conversation, unique methods of dealing with it are starting to gain recognition. Art therapy is one of these modalities. What does it entail and what potential does it hold for the future of mental health? Join Dr. Richard Marn and art therapist Vicky Linnane as they delve into the ins and outs of…
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Not many people consider a career in anesthesiology. Part of that is because not many people know that much about it in the first place. In this episode, anesthesiology assistant Sally Hoang joins Dr. Richard Marn for a conversation on how she found her path to a career in her specialization. Sally is a Certified Anesthesiologist Assistant currentl…
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General pathologists serve as the line behind the hospital. They don’t get as much credit for what they do and they are okay with that. Learn all about pathology and the study of diseases with your host, Richard Marn and his guest Dr. Travis Brown. Travis is a General Pathologist at Clinpath Pathology. Learn some insight into their research and wha…
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Seeing little children suffer from various medical emergencies can be a heart wrenching experience, but you don’t have the luxury of time to wallow in pity if you’re the pediatric emergency medicine physician on duty. Nkeiruka Orajiaka grapples with this reality every day. Born and raised in Nigeria, Nkeiruka has always been passionate about medici…
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Pregnancy can be a magical yet challenging time, especially when the time for the baby to be born comes around! That's where labor and delivery nurses come in to help the mother through her delivery safely. Join Dr. Richard Marn as he sits down for a conversation with Labor and Delivery Nurse Shaina Brickner. They talk about the challenges faced by…
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Veterinary medicine is truly a colorful world. They cater to cats and dogs every day, even the occasional snakes and reptiles. But beyond the cuteness is the challenging daily grind of every veterinarian. Joining Richard Marn, MD is award-winning veterinarian Dr. Ernie Ward to share a glimpse of his life treating all kinds of animals on a daily bas…
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It is always said that prevention is better than cure. Of course, the same goes when taking care of your teeth, which calls for proper dental hygiene. Discussing how to maintain excellent oral health and avoid diseases with Richard Marn, MD is dental hygienist Sarah Liebkemann RDH, BSDH. She explains how her profession differs from dentists as well…
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One of the most flexible professions in healthcare is a genetic counselor since they can jump from one expertise to another should they deem it necessary. Kira Dineen found her purpose in healthcare as a prenatal genetic counselor. She joins Richard Marn, MD to provide a glimpse of her life in private practice, unraveling the best and most challeng…
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When people think of careers in mental health, they usually think of psychologists or psychiatrists. But did you know that you can get the best of both worlds without having to undergo a residency by being a nurse practitioner? Yes, a nurse practitioner can specialize in mental health and Dr. Richard Marn as got one to humor you in this episode. Dr…
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If you’re looking for a profession that offers visible results, literally, then becoming an optometrist may be the one for you! Taking us into the wealth of opportunities this profession can give to its practitioners and professionals is Dr. Harbir Sian, Optometrist and owner of Clarity Eyecare. In this episode, he joins Dr. Richard Marn to share w…
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One of the fascinating things about being a massage therapist is that it's a health career with so many diverse avenues you can get into. Today's guest is Whitney Lowe, Director at Academy of Clinical Massage, who has been a massage therapist for over 33 years. In this episode, Whitney discusses with Richard Marn, MD, what it's like to have massage…
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Seeing children who are only a few months old having difficulty when eating and swallowing is truly heartbreaking. For Michelle Dawson, treating these children as a pediatric speech language pathologist is more of a meaningful service than a mere job. Joining Dr. Richard Marn, Michelle explains how she helps babies heal from oropharyngeal dysphagia…
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Even in this day and age of information, so many people still interchange psychologists and psychiatrists. It is time to get things straight once and for all as Richard Marn, MD sits down with private practice psychologist, Sara Sadek. While letting us in on her career journey and why she chose her profession, Sara also shares the difference betwee…
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In the medical field, Speech and Language Pathology is a relatively young profession. Starting out as elocutionists, the field has grown dramatically since then. SLPs address language, voice, swallowing, and cognition or thinking skills from cradle to grave. In today’s episode, Richard Marn, MD brings on Leigh Ann Porter, a speech and language path…
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If you’ve ever stayed in a hospital before, you would have heard of someone called a registered dietitian nutritionist or RDN. As you’ve probably guessed already, their job goes beyond just telling people what to eat. In fact, there is a very specific difference between a registered dietitian and some random practitioner who calls themselves a “nut…
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What exactly is a physician assistant and why does it merit recognition as the number on profession in the country? In this conversation between Dr. Richard Marn and Georgia dermatology PA, Savanna Perry, we’re going see exactly why. Join in as Dr. Marn gets Savanna to explain what the PA title signifies, how it differs from a nurse practitioner, a…
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Every researcher knows the pains of having to go through the process of getting your proposals approved, most especially in the medical field, where almost everything involves life and death situations. Playing a vital role in this are IRB managers. They are the ones who are responsible for helping researchers think about their studies and, likewis…
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“A psychologist is an agent of change.” This undeniable fact lies in the way many psychologists guide people out of each of their unique struggles and into their new lives. Joining Dr. Richard Marn in this episode is Dr. Margaret Rutherford, a Private Practice Psychologist, to talk about her career, the different techniques of therapy she uses, and…
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What makes it rewarding to be a part of the medical industry is the opportunity for practitioners and professionals to showcase their flexibility and venture out of their current specializations. Anna Barbieri understands this well, and therefore she eventually decided to pursue two OB-GYN sub-specializations. She sits down with Richard Marn, MD to…
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Our doctors and nurses are not the only ones who provide healthcare. But little do we know that their efficiency in delivering services is a combined effort with medical centers and healthcare or outreach coordinators just like our guest in today's episode. Join Dr. Richard Marn as he interviews Amelia Strahan, an outreach coordinator of the Mount …
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Have you ever wondered how doctors and other healthcare providers stay current with the latest developments in therapies, medications, and medical devices? A lot of that information is conveyed through pharmaceutical sales representatives. A lot of you might not consider pharmaceutical sales as a healthcare career in itself, but the job entails a l…
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What is it like to take care of patients with cancer, particularly pediatric patients? Richard Marn, MD brings over to the show someone who can answer that question and more. He interviews Dr. Alexander Chou, a pediatric oncologist specializing in the treatment of pediatric sarcomas, rare cancers of the bone, and soft tissues. Dr. Chou takes us int…
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Despite its archaic sounding name, a professional doula is a pretty modern occupation and vastly different from nurses. Serving as the person who intervenes with the doctor, they help in and around a mother's pregnancy and delivery. To give us a peek at a doula's life, Stephanie Heintzeler joins Richard Marn, MD to share her most interesting storie…
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Welcome, 2021! To start the new year on a positive note, Richard Marn, MD, shifts gears by sitting in the guest chair and sharing the highlights of his anesthesiology career. With his wife, Jessica Marn, DDS, standing in as the host of the show, Richard details his life within the medical industry, breaking the misconception that anesthesiology is …
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Not many people are fans of going to the dentist’s office, most especially kids! So how do you overcome this challenge and help your kids love their teeth and their dentist as well? In this episode, Richard Marn, MD, interviews Pediatric Dentist, Jessica Marn, DDS, to get the answers to these important questions. Dr. Marn takes us inside the lives …
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A number of people suffer from kidney failure. They struggle with flushing out the toxins that the body generates through the course of living. Rick Hayashi, MD is the expert at helping these people. As a Nephrologist, Rick specializes in taking care of patients with all spectrums of kidney disease. He joins host Richard Marn, MD, to help us unders…
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Home births are increasingly becoming more and more popular, most especially now with the pandemic. Before diving deep into this birthing option, what is there that you need to know? Richard Marn, MD, brings someone who can guide us through it all. He has on the show Certified Nurse Midwife, Kimm Sun. In this episode, they are going to talk about h…
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In the operating room, we need specialists who can work with the surgeon to help keep us safe during the procedures. Dentist Anesthesiologists do that with dental procedures. In this episode, Richard Marn, MD, sits down with Dentist Anesthesiologist Thomas Lenhart, DMD, to discuss how he is working to help keep patients safe. He also helps us under…
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With terms like vaccine trials and research currently being floated and discussed in the media right now, it makes you wonder how does the research get done? Dr. Richard Marn’s guest for today’s episode is Onome Eka, a Clinical Research Coordinator for the Epilepsy Program of the Department of Neurology at Mount Sinai Health System. Onome discusses…
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Not many people may know, but an anesthesiologist is not the only one that can provide anesthesia for patients. There are different degrees and professions that can do the procedure. In this episode, Dr. Richard Marn talks with Heather Angus, a nurse anesthetist working in NYC. Heather shares what her career is all about and illustrates a typical d…
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There is more to dermatology than just Botox and face lifts. In fact, if you’re getting onboard for the right reasons, it can be an extremely fun and fulfilling career choice. In this episode Dr. Richard Marn talks with Dr. Kevin Dawson, a dermatologist in Honolulu, Hawaii. A general dermatologist whose practice involves mostly medical cases, Dr. K…
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We live at a crazy time, and almost everything we do is approached with more caution than ever. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic going on, many students interested in going towards the health and wellness profession and career route are now facing a number of difficulties deciding. Dr. Richard Marn is here to help. He invites a panel of four pre-h…
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If you’re like most people, you would have heard of an ER physician, but you probably don’t have the slightest idea of what a tactical physician is. As it turns out, one of Dr. Richard Marn’s old friends and ex-roommates does both of these specialties. The super-smart Dr. Jeremy Ackerman has a lot of things that he is doing in his career and his li…
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A lot of new opportunities can come to healthcare professionals wherever they are in their career paths. After more than a decade of pediatric practice, Dr. Omaima Maaliki found her opportunity for a new career as a school physician and medical director of the American School of Dubai. It was an interesting career change, especially with the added …
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Did you know that there are ten specialties within dentistry that you can get board certification in, including ones that can do surgery? The specialization that is probably most affiliated with surgery is that of an oral & maxillofacial surgeon, or simply oral surgeon. Practitioners of this unique specialty handle cases that are beyond the service…
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A dental job can be a rewarding career pathway if you’re up to it, but it can also be competitive to the point that it’s not always easy to build a practice from the get-go. At Doccupations, you can simply sign up, create a profile and start to find your dream dental job. Its founders, Dr. Ivy Peltz and Dr. Eric Studley had each led fruitful career…
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Whether you’re a parent who has trouble making the young ones sleep properly or someone who is just curious about the mechanics of sleep, this episode is going to open your eyes to sleep. World-leading child sleep expert Dr. Sofia Axelrod’s everyday job is to pull back the bed curtains on the fundamentals of why and how we sleep. Dr. Sofia works cl…
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It is always inspiring to hear about health professionals being so passionate and energized by their job. Dr. Richard Marn’s guest for this episode is no exception. Dr. Abe Mathews, a prosthetist and orthotist, is probably one of the most passionate guests this show has ever had. If you stopped for a few seconds to wonder what a prosthetist and ort…
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