Dr. Gregory S. Brown talks to us about the field of forensic psychology and it’s place in the criminal justice system. From elder crimes to examining a video of O.J Simpson, Dr. Brown’s contribution in the field of forensic psychology is storied.
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Dr. Kathleen Benson, a cardiologist and Sunrise Hospital, joins us to talk about heart disease and prevention.
Today Dr.Doug Kechijian, a former Pararescueman in the U.S. Air force, joins us to talk about how clean human movement can help you feel better and live longer.
Anne Weisman, Director of Wellness & Integrated Medicine, talks to us about the development of the school’s wellness and integrative medicine curriculum and workshops for students, faculty and residents. Weisman specializes in integrating massage therapy and other integrative practices into the care and treatment of patients.
Mark Guadagnoli, a professor of neuroscience and neurology for the UNLV School of Medicine, talks to us about the development of the school’s “Intersession” program, which provides medical students with resources for effective learning and performance strategies, communication and life skills, and specialized medical curricula.