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Do No Harm Podcast

By DeAun Nelson, ND and Sarah Thompson: Health at Every Size and Patient-Centered Health Care

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Description

Discover how shifting the focus off of weight in health care can greatly improve health outcomes for patients. It is increasingly evident that diets do not work, and that patients of a wide range of sizes can benefit from increasing healthy habits without weight change. With this evidence, we as medical professionals can more effectively and ethically treat our patients by changing how we interact with them around weight. We will explore how to do no harm to our patients of all sizes without recommending weight loss. This podcast is intended for medical professionals, but we welcome all listeners. DeAun Nelson, ND, and guest hosts will discuss relevant topics such as: obesity as defined by BMI, determinants of health, weight stigma, healthism, weight loss, Well Now, Health at Every Size®, Body Trust®, weight science, research, and more. The information in this podcast is not intended to provide medical advice. For more information, visit our website at www.donoharmpodcast.org and you can follow us on Facebook @firstdonoharmpodcast and Instagram, @donoharmpodcast today.

Customer Reviews

Do No Harm will Help, but needs help

Review at Episode 2, so I look forward to great leaps forward.
The topics covered in this podcast are vital for providers of medicine to learn about and consider! I think. I couldn't hear them. While speaking softly into a podcasting mic is the best way to _record_ the sound, there are post-recording production needs.
As a new podcast, some production value issues need to be addressed. The sound needs to be normalized at a much higher rate. Even with my player's volume adjusted so high that I should be damaging my speakers, I couldn't hear the podcast over the rustling of clothes, the cooking sounds of food, or the fans in my home. Please do some research about podcast production sound quality and see about normalizing it at the volume of other well-produced podcasts (anything in the Radiotopia universe, for example, or WNYC WNYY podcasts).

Much needed voices in the world!

This podcast gives a much needed voice to medicine. I look forward to the conversations to come!

Needed!!! Learned exactly why

this is a topic not discussed often. I have seen this discussed in fragments but never put together like this... I have experienced the effects but so good to see why so I can address this next time I am in for a visit with my Dr...THANK YOU!!!

Do No Harm Podcast
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  • Category: Medicine
  • Language: English

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