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This podcast can help anyone dealing with serious illness. Over the years, we have cared for and interviewed thousands of patients and families who tell us they felt overwhelmed and ‘in the dark’ during their illness journey. Yet we sometimes heard stories where individuals felt prepared, in control and ‘in the know.’ What was the difference between these experiences? The answer is the 7 keys. Join your hosts Dr. Samantha Winemaker, palliative care doctor, and Dr. Hsien Seow, health care res ...
 
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Introducing Ad Block, a new Ad Age podcast. Hosted by Ad Age’s own I-Hsien Sherwood and Alfred Maskeroni, Ad Block features personal, casual chats with big names in the industry. We’ve got one rule on this show: no guests can talk about their company or their clients. Get to know the people behind the ads you love—as they talk about anything but.
 
There is very little awareness of what the people in the food industry actually do. This stems back to the lack of knowledge and awareness of the range of degree courses and programs available that will equip them for a career in food. My FoodJobRocks! by Adam Yee is the first podcast of its kind that allows listeners to hear directly from people who are in the food industry and have a passion for what they do. They share how they became involved in food and describe what it is they do, plus ...
 
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Today we’re interviewing Adwin Koh Hsin Win, Head of Food Innovation and Technology at Pizza Hut in Malaysia! So a global company like pizza hut needs to adapt to local cultures and sometimes the franchise can take charge in developing local R+D flavors. Adwin is the man who gets that job done Adwin is a rockstar who’s worked in Lays, McDonalds, Pi…
 
Today we’re interviewing Alyssa Eng, Innovation and Improvement Executive at Qra, a small but growing startup retail chain store in Malaysia. I met Alyssa once during my event a long time ago in WeWork Food Labs. It was my going away party to Austin Texas where I spent $2000 dollars on catered food. I didn’t remember at first. Grace told me about A…
 
Welcome to the My Food Job Rocks Podcast, a podcast where we interview experts in the food industry and learn what they do, how they got there, and insights on the future of food. I’m your host and food scientist Adam Yee. Today we’re interviewing Grace Huei Tan, Business Development Manager at Oatside, a plant-milk company. Grace also does project…
 
Today we’re interviewing Sew Chang Chew, Head of R and D at Hybrid Dairy Alliance, a new business that focuses on dairy manufacturing. Welcome to Malaysia! This is the first interview I did hours after I landed. I actually met Sew 9 years ago at IFT when our colleges were both competing in a product development competition. I believe it was Develop…
 
Today we’re interviewing Widya Putra, CEO, and co-founder of Meatless Kingdom. They are a company that makes delicious Indonesian CPG products using mushrooms. I was fortunate to talk to Widya when he was visiting Singapore and did this interview at the Big Idea Ventures Office. I find that super cool! As you’ve been listening to this episode, Sing…
 
I’m so excited to have my good friend David Kay on the My Food Job Rocks podcast. David is employee number 1 at Upside Foods, which used to be called Memphis Meats. You may know them as one of the leaders of the cultivated meat movement. As we all know, bringing new technology to the world can be risky so you’ll learn a ton of the strategies David …
 
Today we’re interviewing Durgalakshmi Sathiakumar, or Durga for short. She’s the COO and first employee for Shiok Meats, one would say the most ahead of the cultivated meat ecosystem in Asia. It’s currently, in Series B and raised $21.5 million according to CB Insights and is valued around $99 million. Though a modest amount in United States standa…
 
This episode features our interview with Dr. Catherine Demers. Dr. Demers is a cardiologist, researcher and professor of medicine at McMaster University. We chat about what a roadmap for heart failure looks like and what to expect along the various stages from early, middle, late and end of life. For more information visit: waitingroomrevolution.co…
 
We’re interviewing Dr. Dalal AlGhawas, Director at Big Idea Ventures, a global accelerator focusing on protein technology. Well, Big Idea ventures isn’t just an accelerator, it’s also a venture capitalist arm, a networking hub, and all around, global player in the food tech space. I remember interviewing Andrew Ive, the CEO of Big Idea Ventures. Pr…
 
This episode features our interview with Dr. Elissa Campbell. Dr. Campbell is a geriatrician and palliative care physician and President of Palliative Care Western Australia. We chat about several hot topics related to improving care for those facing serious illness from her perspective practicing in Western Australia. For more information visit: w…
 
Today we’re interviewing Max Rye, co-founder and Chief Strategist at Turtle Tree Labs. Which is a precision fermentation company focusing on lactoferrin, a supermolecule in cow’s milk. One of the most unique things about Turtle Tree is that they have hubs in Singapore, Davis California and Boston Massachusetts. I know a few companies who are taking…
 
This episode features our interview with Dr. Harvey Chochinov. Dr. Chochinov is a distinguished professor of psychiatry at the University of Manitoba and the creator of dignity therapy. We chat about what dignity therapy is, how it's applicable, not just to dying patients, but to getting the best care possible, and we chat about his new book which …
 
This episode features an updated conversation with Stephanie, who we met on episode 10 of Season 1. Stephanie was caring for her mother at the time, had discovered our podcast and was using our keys to try to change her experience. Her mom died earlier this year and we are reconnecting now to see how the journey went. For more information visit: wa…
 
Today I’m interviewing Mihir Pershad, co-founder of Umami Meats, a cultivated seafood company in Singapore. Mihir has great in-depth knowledge of the fish farming industry and does an amazing job explaining and articulating the complexities in traditional seafood agriculture. What I really enjoyed is that he captures the nuances and the problems qu…
 
Today I’m interviewing HonMun Yip, currently asset manager for KICL Group which manages investments but he does a lot of stuff. Mainly, he’s invested in a ton of alternative protein companies as an early-stage investor. His list can be found on LinkedIn but some of his portfolios includes but is definitively not limited to: Impossible Foods, Eat JU…
 
This episode features our interview with Dr. Rosalyn Juergens. Dr. Juergens is a medical oncologist and head of the department of Clinical Trials at the Juravinski Cancer Centre in Hamilton, Ontario. We chat with her and previous guest Dr. Erin Gallagher about zooming out with your patients when they have lung cancer and we get some insight into ho…
 
We're interviewing Chef Jeff Yew, Product Development Lead at GOOD Meat Asia in Singapore and this guy plays with cultivated meat every single day. He works for the only country that has actually commercialized cultivated chicken commercially, GOOD Meat. In America, you might be familiar with JUST. The company that makes a very popular plant-based …
 
This episode features our interview with TikTok star, influencer and hospice nurse, Penny Hawkins aka Nurse Penny. Penny shares stories and advice encouraging everyone to have open conversations about death and end of life. We chat about her experiences working in hospice, how using social media as a platform can help normalize death and her though…
 
This episode is with Valerie Pang, the Innovation Associate for the Good Food Institute Asian Pacific, shorten to GFI APAC, and is generally the first point of contact for anyone who wants to know about the Asian Pacific Region in alternative proteins. If you’ve been a long-time fan of this podcast and listen to the alternative protein stuff, you h…
 
This episode features our interview with Dr. Daisy Dulay. Dr. Dulay is a cardiologist and a co-medical lead for Spread for Physician Quality Program at Doctors of British Columbia for scaling up frontline projects. We chat about how to improve care for people with heart failure and what the big picture of the illness looks like. For more informatio…
 
Today I’m interviewing Aparna Venkatesh, the Collaborative Innovation lead for Southeast Asia and Oceana at Buhler where she leads collaboration on innovation strategy in emerging opportunities for sustainable foods and novel food technology applications For those that don’t know, Buhler is a swiss multinational business-to-business giant. Though t…
 
This episode features our interview with Bif Naked. Bif Naked aka Beth Allen, is a rock star, breast cancer survivor and proud hospice volunteer. We chat about life as a rock star, her passion for volunteering and interest in healthcare. For more information visit: waitingroomrevolution.com Our theme song is Maypole by Ketsa and is licensed under C…
 
Today I’m interviewing Ratna Juita, a well-being strategist and a TEDx speaker, facilitator, and trainer based in Singapore to talk about mental health and how to avoid burnout. Scrambling to figure out what to do in Singapore, I found Ratna’s content on LinkedIn really informative so I reached out and she agreed to be on the podcast. Ratna is a jo…
 
This episode features our interview with Dr. Amy Tan. Dr. Tan is a family and hospice palliative care physician living in British Columbia, who is an advocate for equity in medicine, a researcher, educator and a twitter star. We chat about the importance of health equity in palliative care, her life-changing experience as a patient, and the power o…
 
Today I’m interviewing Jolene Lum, client development, for Asia Sustainable Foods newly named NURASA. They are a wholly owned company of Temasek Holdings, for those who don’t know, Temasek is one of the most well-known private holdings company that is known for its moonshot investing and is directly owned by the government of Singapore. Jolene is a…
 
This episode features our interview with April Stearns. April is a young breast cancer survivor, founder and editor of Wildfire Magazine and podcast host of The Burn. We chat about her experiences as a patient and caregiver, survivorship and the seven keys and the healing power of writing and storytelling. For more information visit: waitingroomrev…
 
Today I’m interviewing Andrew Yip, Head of Future Food at Monde Nissin Singapore, what the heck is Monde Nissin and why are they interesting? They are a philipino based mega food corporation that bought Quorn about 7 years ago. Andrew was one of the first people I contacted in Singapore mainly because he posts great food content on Linkedin. When I…
 
This episode features our interview with Dr. Sabina Keen. Dr Keen is a geriatrician from McMaster University. We chat about frailty and dementia, with a focus on what patients and families need to know along the journey from the perspective of an expert. For more information visit: waitingroomrevolution.com Our theme song is Maypole by Ketsa and is…
 
Today we’re interviewing Franklin Yao, who is the CEO of Youkuai Group, where they make Zrou meat. For those who don’t know, it’s a kinda pun of zhurou, which means pork in Chinese. Yes, even though I don’t know a lick of Chinese, I know a lot of food in Chinese. This interview is my first Chinese startup. So my favorite part of this interview is a…
 
This episode features our interview with Drs. Naheed Dosani and Amit Arya. Dr. Naheed Dosani is a palliative care physician who cares for homeless and vulnerably housed individuals and is a vocal advocate for health equity. Dr. Amit Arya is the palliative care lead at Kensington Health and is the cofounder of doctors for justice in LTC. We speak to…
 
Fiona Fleming is the CEO of Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology; FAIFST and Principal, FJ Fleming Food Consulting You know, people say this is a food tech podcast and I’m quite flattered I’m considered one but one thing I pride myself in is the diversity of our guest list. So I’m really excited to interview Fiona because her vast ar…
 
Today we’re interviewing Simon Newstead, founding partner of Better Bite Ventures. A Venture fund that focuses specifically on Asia Pacific. Why? You’ll find out in this episode! Simon has an entrepreneurial background in tech and started investing in the early stages alt-protein companies because of his compassion for animals. Some of his and his …
 
Today we’re interviewing Sarah Qian, founder of Compassion Creamery, an oat-based cream cheese company located in Sydney, Australia. They’re a really small plant-based brand only native to Sydney but I found the conversation to be quite enlightening. I think the best thing about Sarah is her actionable and relatable experiences such as how to valid…
 
George Peppou, the CEO and cofounder of Vow Food is extremely funny, quirky, and extremely knowledgable. He talks fast but really knows his stuff. Vow’s approach to Cultured meat is a lot different than what you’ve heard. I’m sure you’ve heard the story of a well-funded cultured meat startup, which talks about their black box technology and replica…
 
Today we’re interviewing Larissa Zimberoff, a food tech reporter and author of the book Technically Food, Inside Silicon Valley’s Mission to Change What We Eat. She is a freelance journalist who covers the intersection of food, technology, and business. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek, an…
 
Today we’re interviewing Caroline Cotto, COO and Co-Founder of Renewal Mill. I’ve wanted Caroline on for a long time cause I think Renewal Mill is a super cool company that’s always doing amazing things. We’ve met a multitude of times during conferences and it’s always nice seeing her. In this interview, we talk about how Carlone got into the food …
 
Phil Saneski has worked in Michelin-Star and James Beard Award finalist kitchens. He led the launch of the Research Chefs Association Upcycled Foods product development student competition--the world's first event focused on manufacturing byproducts. His curiosity about ingredients historically considered “waste,” and his passion for formulating de…
 
Our final episode of Season 4 features our conversation with brain tumor survivor, author and patient advocate, Claire Snyman. Hsien, Sammy and Claire talk about her experience living through a serious illness, how helpful peer support can be for patients and families and her best advice for patient and families with a brain injury or tumor. For mo…
 
This episode features our conversation with Dr. Connie Siskowski, founder and President of the American Association of Caregiving Youth. Sammy, Hsien and Connie discuss her experience as a young caregiver, how the American Association of Caregiving Youth helps young caregivers and what signs to look for to see if a young person is caregiving for so…
 
This episode features our conversation with change agent Mary Anne Levasseur. She discusses being a caregiver to her son, Tyler, who lived with a mental illness, and whether the seven keys apply to mental health. For more information visit: waitingroomrevolution.com Our theme song is Maypole by Ketsa and is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0…
 
This episode features our conversation with Michelle Monkman, a community nurse and First Nations, Inuit and Metis education liaison. Hsien and Michelle discuss what palliative care looks like, the unique and common challenges she faces in the community and how to provide culturally appropriate care. For more information visit: waitingroomrevolutio…
 
This episode features our conversation with Dr. Faith Banks, certified Hospice and Palliative Care Veterinarian. Hsien, Sammy and Faith discuss what her home visits look like with her animal clients, how she measures their quality of life and the many parallels between providing care for humans and animals. For more information visit: waitingroomre…
 
This episode features our conversation with Amy Ma and Alies Maybee, co-founders of the Patients Advisory Network. Hsien, Sammy and Alies and Amy discuss their healthcare experiences, their reactions to the seven keys and why we need to change medicine to be delivered on the patients terms. For more information visit: waitingroomrevolution.com Our …
 
This episode features our conversation with Dr. Andrew Thorns and Justine Robinson from our live event with Pilgrims Hospices in the UK. Hsien, Sammy, Andrew and Justine discuss differences in hospice care in the UK and Canada, how hospices help patients and families at end of life and how Pilgrims is funded (& how you can help!). For more informat…
 
This episode features our conversation with patient Angus Pratt. Hsien, Sammy and Angus discuss how he is using the seven skills to make his illness experience better and Angus shares a poem about his journey. For more information visit: waitingroomrevolution.com Our theme song is Maypole by Ketsa and is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0…
 
This episode features our conversation with palliative care physician Dr. Jeff Myers. Hsien, Sammy and Jeff discuss some simple things we can do right now to prepare for future decision making and why that's so important to do. For more information visit: waitingroomrevolution.com Our theme song is Maypole by Ketsa and is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND…
 
This episode features our conversation with end of life doulas Sarah Muxlow and Jennifer Mallmes. Hsien, Sammy, Sarah and Jennifer discuss their journeys to becoming doulas, what they do and why it might be something to look into in your community. For more information visit: waitingroomrevolution.com Our theme song is Maypole by Ketsa and is licen…
 
This episode features our conversation with radiation oncologist Dr. Fumiko Chino. Hsien and Fumiko discuss her personal story with bankruptcy and healthcare, her research on financial toxicity and how you can avoid it, as well as grief, art and good communication in medicine. For more information visit: waitingroomrevolution.com Our theme song is …
 
This episode features our conversation with patient partner Sandra Holdsworth. Sammy, Hsien and Sandra discuss her experience navigating the system, what she's learned as an outspoken patient advisor, and how our seven skills apply to those in the transplant community. For more information visit: waitingroomrevolution.com Our theme song is Maypole …
 
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