11. The Role of a Registered Dietician, and Experience in a Senior Care Facility, with Ann Kruse, RD

The first episode of Season 2 is with Ann Kruse, RD. You can listen online here, or on you favorite podcast listening platform (iTunes, Spotify, etc).
It has been a while since I’ve posted an episode! During the hiatus, I gave birth to a little girlie, Lucy, in December. She is seriously such a delight and is babbling and smiling away. Episodes will be released as I record them, not scheduled monthly like before, as life has changed a bit (in a really great way)! Stay updated on here for new episodes, or follow along on Instagram @practicingcatholicmedicine.
In this episode I talk with my friend Ann Kruse, a registered dietitian working in a long-term senior care facility. This episode was recorded last summer, long before “social distancing” was a buzzword and when we could meet up with friends any time we wanted. Enjoy a podcast NOT about COVID!
We discuss:
  • The wide scope of practice for a registered dietician
  • Ann’s experience working in a long-term senior care facility
  • The relationship between food and faith
We reference:
  • A Love-Letter Life By Jeremy and Audrey Roloff
  • One Beautiful Dream by Jennifer Fulweiler
  • Ann’s website, A Dietician’s ANNalysis, where she talks about all things dietetics and nutrition
  • This article, which talks about emotionally healthy ways to process emotions during this pandemic
Stay healthy and God bless!
-Catie
** The usual boring disclaimer: The views expressed in this podcast by myself and my guests are our own and do not represent those of our employers. This podcast is not intended to be a substitute for medical care. Please see your healthcare provider for any medical needs. This podcast is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical condition. Please see your healthcare provider for any medical needs.**

4. Palliative Medicine and Combating Burnout, with Natalie Rodden, MD

November’s episode is with Dr. Natalie Rodden, a palliative care attending physician. Click here to listen online.

Dr. Natalie Rodden

I first heard Natalie speak at a Catholic Medical Association meeting, and knew I wanted her on the show. Fun fact- Dr. Rodden was the first president of the student chapter of the Catholic Medical Association!

We chat about:
– The field of palliative medicine and how it helps people live their best lives
– How the culture has changed with the passing of death with dignity/physician assisted suicide laws
– How to avoid burnout and find joy in your job

We reference:
Dying for Revenge, by Barbara Golder
Dying for Compassion, by Barbara Golder

I hope you enjoy! Don’t forget to follow Practicing Catholic Medicine on Instagram @practicingcatholicmedicine.
www.practicingcatholicmedicine.com

God bless!

-Catie

** The usual boring disclaimer: The views expressed in this podcast by myself and my guests are our own and do not represent those of our employers. This podcast is not intended to be a substitute for medical care. Please see your healthcare provider for any medical needs. This podcast is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical condition. Please see your healthcare provider for any medical needs.**

S1E1: Welcome and Introduction

Hi, Podcast Listeners! I’m so excited to finally share this first episode with you. Click here to listen online (or you can also find the podcast on your favorite streaming service, as well). In it, I discuss what you can expect from the podcast, and share a little more about myself (Wanting to know more? Check out the About page!).  Coming up on this first season, I chat with medical professionals in many different fields, and in different stages of their careers and lives.

New episodes will be available the first Tuesday of every month. You can find new episodes on your favorite podcast streaming service (including the standards like Google Play, iTunes, and Spotify), and on this website. If you want to receive email notifications when new episodes are available, click on the ‘Subscribe’ button to the right (I promise I won’t spam!). I learned so much, and was so inspired, from these conversations, and I hope you are as well!

Also, in this episode I talk about our social media sites, if you’re interested in following along there. Click here for the Facebook page, or find the podcast page on Instagram at @practicingcatholicmedicine .

PS- if you like the podcast, please leave an iTunes review! It helps others find the podcast easier. Also, I’d love if you share the podcast with your friends who you think would also enjoy the podcast.

Thank you so much for joining me on this journey!

St. Gianna and St. Luke, Pray for Us!

-Catie

** The usual boring disclaimer: The views expressed in this podcast by myself and my guests are our own and do not represent those of our employers. This podcast is not intended to be a substitute for medical care. Please see your healthcare provider for any medical needs. This podcast is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical condition. Please see your healthcare provider for any medical needs.**

OFFICIAL LAUNCH DATE: OCTOBER 2ND!

Hi all! I am just so thrilled to finally announce that Practicing Catholic Medicine will be making its debut on Tuesday, October 2nd! I’ll be posting links to episodes on the website with details about each episode, but you can also listen to episodes on your favorite podcast streaming service (including iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Pocket Casts, and more!). Don’t forget to follow on Facebook and Instagram (@practicingcatholicmedicine)!