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Vanderbilt Podcast: Y'all Means All: Giving Everyone the Chance to Be Healthy


 

The latest episode of the second season of Vanderbilt University Medical Center's original podcast series, Vanderbilt Health DNA: Discoveries in Action, is titled "Y'all Means All: Giving Everyone the Chance to be Healthy."

It is no secret that minorities have a lack of trust in our healthcare system and our experts are determined to find out what it takes to break through these barriers. They talk about the correct usage of pronouns for patients, the hurdles facing the Black and Brown community regarding access to healthcare, and a specific grassroots care approach to build rapport with individuals.
"...And I want to be the change in these neighborhoods and the change, not just in Nashville, but in our nation," Dr. Jarod Parrish.

DNA's debut season was awarded Podcast of the Year by Healthcare and IT Marketing Community (HITMC) and was highly favored by listeners. The series was recognized in the Top 100 Health & Fitness podcasts on Apple and featured as one of Apple Podcasts Top Shows in Science three days after its first episode.

Tune in on your favorite platform: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Pandora, and the Health Podcast Network. New episodes drop every week on all podcast platforms starting Aug. 23.

Join the conversation on Twitter and LinkedIn with #ListenDNA and by following @VUMC_Insights.

To learn more about Vanderbilt Health DNA and access episode extras, visit www.listendna.com.

 
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