Consilience with John Onate

Consilience with John Onate

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Welcome to Consilience with John Onate! In this podcast I want to share my broad interest and perspective that learning different disciplines can improve our understanding of what is happening our life and world through interviews with outstanding people. Disclaimer: all content on this Podcast and connected blog DO NOT constitute or provide medical advice or treatment recommendations to viewers or readers. No Doctor-Patient relationship is created on implied with any content or interaction related when through these podcasts, social medical interaction and associated videos.


Episode 10 Raymond Young-Understanding The Current State Of Medicine With Emory University’s Hidden Gem
Jul 31 • 56 min
Dr. Raymond Young is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Emory University. He is the Division Chief of Psychiatric Consultation Liaison Services for Emory Healthcare. In his role Dr. Young is responsible for development and…
Episode 9: Podcasting During The Pandemic-New Zealand’s Matt Rayment and Eugene Bingham
Jul 18 • 73 min
The Hosts of Dirt Church Radio, New Zealand’s # 1 Trail and Ultrarunning Podcast Matt Rayment lives in Riverhead outside of Aukland with his wife and three children. He is Consult-Liaison Mental Health Nurse . He also was the editor of Kiwi Trail…
Episode 8-Master Educator-Jane Gagliardi, Educating Medical Students and Residents During a Crisis
Jun 25 • 57 min
Jane P. Gagliardi, MD, MHS, FACP, DFAPA completed medical school, residency training in combined internal medicine-psychiatry, and her masters of health science in the clinical research training program at Duke, where she has remained on faculty since…
My Interview on KNCI 105.1 for Mental Health Awareness Month (Rebroadcast)
Jun 15 • 37 min
I really appreciate KNCI 105.1 allowing me to replay on my platform the interview I gave them in May. I covered a lot of ground during the interview discussing mental health, the pandemic and treatment. Please note that this was recorded probably a week…
A conversation with Suicide Awareness Advocate and Ultrarunner Taylor Maltz
Jun 8 • 74 min
Taylor is a trail and ultra runner based in Washington, DC where his lives with his awesome wife, Sarah. He spends his days working with media companies as a Management Consultant, and his nights and weekends running, traveling, learning new things, and…
Orthobiologic Therapy, Research And A Lot More…My Conversation with Tracy Beth Høeg, MD, PhD
Jun 4 • 58 min
Tracy Beth Høeg, MD, PhD works in private practice Sports and Spine Medicine with Northern California Orthopaedic Associates. She is also a voluntary assistant professor at UC Davis Department of PM&R. She is an active researcher with UC Davis and…
Episode 4: Resilience and Advocacy with Carol Seppilu
Jun 1 • 43 min
Carol is one of the most inspiring persons I have met. She has overcome tragedy and trauma and through it all shows such concern and passion for her fellow Eskimos in Nome Alaska. I invite you to listen to this interview to show we all have the capacity…
Running an Intensive Care Team During a Pandemic: Dr. David Kirk
May 25 • 48 min
This week I talk to Dr. David Kirk, Director, Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine, Director eICU Service at WakeMed in Raleigh North Carolina. This is a great conversation on how ICU’s had to rapidly adapt and learn to deal with the Coronavirus Pandemic.…
Learning to be a Medical Chaplain During a Pandemic-Robin Joo
May 21 • 37 min
On our 2nd Episode I interview Chaplain Robin Joo who is currently a fellow in Medical Spiritual Counseling at UCSF. Originally a Long Beach native, Robin Joo moved to West Covina, CA upon graduating St. Patrick’s Seminary & University with an M.A., M.…
Ultramarathons during a Pandemic: A Discussion with Ultramarathon Medical Directors!
May 18 • 43 min
In this episode I am joined by a trio of healthcare professionals who are experts in providing medical care and support at trail and ultramarathon races. we have a frank and broad discussion on the impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic on the ultramarathons.…