Yup, I know, in my last post I shared a recent podcast and said it was well worth listening to. How embarrassing, now to post a second podcast and yes, even though I am humble and shy, tell you it’s a really great conversation.
On this Salience Podcast, salience meaning things that are particularly noteworthy, my host and friend Zhen Goh, sociologist, cultural and complexity researcher and a student of the Dao and I dive into a great deal surrounding diabetes and its management that you rarely hear about including the relationship we have with health professionals and they with us, and how it affects our lives.
Here’s the brief: Today on the Salience Podcast, we discuss the issues around industrialised healthcare’s culture of control, and how we can move from a more pathogenic culture of seeking to “control” chronic diseases, to one that recognises the variability of patient lives, and encourages salutogenesis – or, the sense of coherence that patients can seek by cultivating their ability to understand their own condition, manage and respond appropriately, and to also create meaning around their experience.
Here’s the episode: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-7-riva-greenberg/id1627648038?i=1000599818092
Thanks for listening.
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