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Best Logan Noone podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
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Updated June 2020
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I'm a third year medical student who lives with bipolar disorder. The mission of this podcast is to make listeners feel more comfortable discussing mental health. I'll share my own experiences and thoughts, but also interview other mental health advocates that have influenced my life. My life is easier living openly about my mental health, and I want to convince you to live the same way.
 
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My classmate and friend, Thida Myint, outlines her research around apps that help teach cognitive behavioral therapy. She focused on Woebot, an app where you chat with a robot. We discuss how strange it is to converse with this app, but also how the app makes you reflect and process your emotions. While we both feel traditional CBT therapy with a h…
 
Anja lives with bipolar disorder and works as a mental health blogger. She is currently involved in suicide prevention research. She has been featured on bpHope, Yahoo (Lifestyle, News, and Finance categories), The Mighty, Consumer Health Digest, Odyssey, and MSN. You can follow her work on instagram @the_calculating_mind. While she has ideas on ho…
 
Dr. Amber Wooten, MD is a general surgeon in Yakima, WA. Maycee Gielow, a student pursing surgery, joins this episode to discuss the underrepresentation of women in various surgical roles. We discuss the evolving culture of the operating room, the stressful training and demanding schedule. Dr. Wooten gives her advice on being successful in medical …
 
Julie and I met way back in 2007 when we first started college at Holy Cross in Worcester, MA. Julie had her first child in the last year, and has lived through postpartum depression. She discusses the challenges of this condition, and how she had to advocate for herself to receive appropriate care. She felt her symptoms were ignored and overlooked…
 
Nothing like going to med school in the midst of coronavirus. This conversation has one student from each level of medical school to discuss how this epidemic has impacted our education. You'll hear from Kathryn Wanat (MS4), Maycee Gielow (MS3), Alan Boyd (MS2), and Jordan Holmes (MS1). We talk about our struggles, and strategies we're trying to im…
 
Anna wrote to me asking for advise and guidance on how to be a successful premed student living openly with bipolar disorder. We talk about the importance of community in mental health, disclosing mental illness, and how the stigma isn't nearly as significant as it's perceived. We dive into lessons I've learned throughout the last third years of me…
 
Ben Greene trained to become a Catholic Priest starting in high school, and spent some time at the Vatican in Rome. Ben always knew he wanted to serve and improve the lives of others. While in his mission in Mexico, he found himself contemplating his commitment to Catholicism. He decided he needed to find a new path, leave Christianity, and eventua…
 
Sexual harassment is more prevalent in science and medicine. Over time, more women have entered into these fields, but unfortunately, we cannot assume their experience and safety has completely improved. Three of my favorite medical school professors, Dr. Oestreich, Dr. Randolph-Habecker, and Dr. Mapes discuss their personal experiences and take on…
 
Dr. Mark Baldwin believes that doctors unionizing can help improve healthcare. Previously, hospital CEO were doctors, and now, most healthcare CEOs are business men and women with MBA degrees. Doctors often feel like a commodity in the healthcare system. We discuss how the healthcare system has changed throughout Dr. Baldwin's career. We discuss ho…
 
I am interviewed about my most recent hypomanic episode in September 2019 by my friend, Chris. We discuss my transition into clinical medicine, and what symptoms I felt during my hypomanic episode. "Feeling energized and exhausted at the same time" is the best way I can describe this feeling. In the midst of creativity, joy, and inspirational, hypo…
 
Bipolar Barbie is mental health advocate who is incredibly open and honest about her experiences. She lives with Bipolar disorder, Borderline personality disorder, Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) and other health challenges. She originally pursued law, and now focuses on a career that brings her more joy and satisfaction. She shows all her e…
 
Dr. Pamela Wible is a physician, who is passionate about reducing physician and medical student suicide. She has been personally motivated after losing multiple colleagues in her own town in Oregon. Dr. Wible and I discuss how the healthcare system treats doctors, and the injuries that result. Dr. Pamela Wible travels the world discussing this epid…
 
"Do No Harm" documentary shines a light on the epidemic of physicians and medical students that lose their life to suicide. Hannah, from episode 9, comes on to discuss our reactions and review to this movie. Sadly, as medical students, we weren't all that shocked by the movie. We talk about the worries we have for our future, and how we will avoid …
 
I answer questions I've received via Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. I talk about what to do when you are first diagnosed with mental illness. I dive into how to use exercise with medications, and how to be safe. I talk about how I disclosed my mental illness on my applications to medical school. I lastly talk about how to be weary when you tryin…
 
Does skin tone impact mental health? I wish the answer to this question was an easy no, but it is much more complicated than that. My medical classmate and great friend Mehalate comes on to discuss her experience as a black women attending schools compiled of mostly white students nearly her entire life. Mehalate talks about her feelings of isolati…
 
Mark Donne is one of my closest friends, and extremely well versed in all aspects of technology. We discuss how social media affects communication, self worth, and mental health. We dive into how we use our cell phones, and what we've learned talking breaks from social media. We talk about how video games are often blamed for igniting violence. Las…
 
Diane Mintz and I discuss how mental illness often gets the blame for mass shootings. Politicians seem to argue between gun control, improving mental healthcare, and violent video games. We both feel the route of mass murders are isolation, resentment and anger. We also talk about how drug use can impact psychosis and violence. Diane works as a men…
 
Maycee, a great friend and PNWU classmate, discuss the wild, turbulent, depressing, grueling experience of our Level 1 Medical Boards. We explain why we decided to take both the USMLE (MD) and COMLEX (DO) exams. These tests are arguably the most important factor to match for residency, and that stress caused havoc on our lives. Maintaining a proper…
 
And that's a wrap for season 1. Thank you so much for tuning in over the last 10 months. I have had an amazing time creating this podcast, and I look forward to producing more episodes in the future. At this time in my medical education, I need to solely focus on my board exam. As an osteopathic student, I am considering taking both the osteopathic…
 
Alex is a 4th year medical student who successfully matched into an Anesthesia Residency in Chicago. However, it certainly wasn't smooth sailing. Alex matched in an advanced placement program, meaning he would join the other residents for his second year. Initially, Alex did not match into an intern year (first year) residency program. Alex describ…
 
Dr. Albert Brady, Dr. Mark Baldwin, Nic Lalanne and myself have a fascinating conversation about physician assisted suicide and euthanasia. These physicians have extensive backgrounds in oncology and nephrology. Many of their patients have dealt with chronic, debilitating, and terminal medical conditions. Nic and I ask our professors their experien…
 
Dr. Anthony Lyons is a professor at Pacific Northwest University, and an expert in neuroscience. We discuss what runner's high is, and many of its misconceptions. While many people think this "high" is from endorphins, Dr. Lyons explains how endocannabinoids also play an important role in this sensation from exercise. We discuss how to achieve a ru…
 
Katie is a first year medical student at PNWU who struggled academically and emotionally during her first semester. She found herself thousands of miles away from her family and boyfriend. She found it difficult to find a balance of studying and healthy coping mechanisms. Katie described her experience as "typical first year med student burnout." K…
 
Dr. Michael Lawler is Pacific Northwest University's new president, and started his career as a social worker. We dive into his journey starting as therapist, moving onto academics, and eventually administration. Dr. Lawler is an expert in child psychology, and has participated in over 80 publications. We discuss his most interesting findings, and …
 
Sarah is a RN and is incredibly open about her experiences in a hospital. Often times, she posts about bringing awareness to her own mental health, as well as the struggles she sees in patients. She finds balance in life by using humor to handle the immense stressors of nursing. She creates hilarious memes about student life, night shifts, and othe…
 
Julia is a Bipolar Disorder Mental Health Advocate, currently working in the fashion industry in Seattle. Julia shares her experiences with manic episodes and depression, and her journey towards wellness. She talks about why she decided to live openly about her mental health challenges, and how she tries to reduce stigma around her. Julia writes so…
 
@Hungry2Thrive - Joy Yamamoto Braiotta - Clinical Psychologist and Food Psychology Coach in San Diego, CA. Joy explains the power of exercise, and how to best handle moments when we eat to suppress our emotions. Joy talks about she used to be an emotional eater, but learned techniques in her psychology master's degree on how to cope. She strongly b…
 
Mark Donne, best man at my wedding and friend since age 5, significantly impacted my attitude towards my bipolar disorder. Mental illness is chronic in nature, and patients don't truly achieve a "cure," but rather, a reduction in symptoms. Mark was born with Tetralogy of Fallot, a congenital heart condition that has required him to undergo multiple…
 
MORE POLICE OFFICERS DIE BY SUICIDE THAN IN THE LINE OF DUTY - Officer Ben Hittle works as head of security at PNWU medical school, and has decades of experience as a police officer. He dealt with high stress environments as a hostage negotiator with SWAT, and led many crisis decompression meetings with fellow officers. Ben and I discuss the mental…
 
Diane Mintz wrote "In Sickness and in Mental Health: Living with and Loving Someone with Mental Illness," currently available on Amazon. Diane is also President of the National Alliance of Mental Illness, Sacramento Chapter, and a strong advocate for bipolar disorder. I met Diane when I first started public speaking. Diane and I had a fantastic con…
 
Chris Walker is a first year med student at PNWU, and experiences unique challenges. He lives with ADHD, and discusses how the benefits and harms of his ADHD medication. Additionally, Chris also prioritizes being a great father and role model to his two young children. Chris gives an open, honest perspective of the challenges and triumphs of medica…
 
Jamie Katuna, @SpeakOutMedicine, is a medical student who is a strong advocate for improving the medical system. She writes thought provoking articles, and challenges the status quo. Many of her pieces have been featured on KevinMD.com. In addition, she produces videos, and has appeared on numerous podcasts. Jamie has a passion for improving diabet…
 
Rob Harpin explains his experience with cancer, and how his outlook on life has changed. I've been great friends with Rob since third grade, and vividly remember visiting Rob in Yale Hospital. We review how Rob was diagnosed and treated, but also highlight the emotional experience of it all. Rob explains how he rejected feeling like victimized, and…
 
Richard Arroyo, 2nd year medical student and great friend hops on to discuss the interesting emotional state of mind after finishing our 3rd semester of medical school. On one hand, we're ecstatic on this accomplishment. On the other, we are absolutely terrified on impending doom of BOARD TESTS ahead. In roughly 6 months, we take an 8-hour long exa…
 
I talk with Will Taylor, my great friend and mentor since 2012. I met Will at a bipolar support group in Roseville, CA. Will led a mental health speaker's bureau in Placer County, CA underneath Mental Health America. He trained me on ways to present my story, and helped ignite my passion for helping the mental health community. We discuss his journ…
 
27 - I talk with my great friend and medical school classmate, Kyle Moehlin, about his thoughts on men's healthcare. We dive into men's mental health, and screening for testicular and prostate cancer. We discuss how using exercise can drastically help with mental health, and suggestions on the easiest way to get started. We talk about body dysmorph…
 
David Woods Bartley is a professional mental health speaker, who has delivered more than 300 speeches over the past 7 years. Most notably, he presented at TedxLosGatos. David is a firm believer in the power of connection and creating hope. David is a member of the Placer County Mental Health Drug and Alcohol Advisory Board (MHADAB) and sits on the …
 
First MO-vember themed episode is with my great friend and classmate, Nic Lalanne. We discuss the mental health differences of premed vs medical students. While my mental health was more taxed as a premed, Nic has experienced more stress while in medical school. We talk about the importance of discussing mental health, regardless of whether someone…
 
I bring back my first guest ever, my classmate and friend, Megan Haughton. In Ep. 2, we talk about her experiences with OCD. On this episode, we discuss Megan's new diagnosis of ADHD, and what steps she's taken to improve academically and emotionally in medical school. We discuss how she uses medication, friendship, and therapy to help manage both …
 
I talk with Ruben Aragon, who has followed my content since posting on YouTube in 2013. Ruben shares his story of bipolar disorder, and why he wants to publicly disclose his story after 24 years. We discuss the importance of exercise and diet on managing bipolar disorder, and what to expect after sharing your story of mental illness on social media…
 
Dr. Edward Bilsky is Provost and Chief Academic Officer at Pacific Northwest University. He received a Ph.D. in Pharmacology and Toxicology from the University of Arizona Colleges of Medicine and Pharmacy in 1996, with a concentration in opioid pharmacology, pain and addiction. We talk about diagnosing and treating pain, and the epidemic of opiate …
 
Ep. 20 - Severe Migraines Exacerbate Depression & Anxiety - I talk with my classmate, Katie, about her experiences with significant, and frequent migraines. These migraines can be absolutely debilitating at times. Katie discusses how she copes with this chronic pain, and also how her mental health is often impacted. Katie talks about how her pain, …
 
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