A podcast about improving health and quality of life of others using a bottoms-up approach.
Episode # 18: Redlining, Racism, Food Scarcity, and Obesity. Related? An Interview with Anthony Goodwin
Let me ask you a question. Are these things related? Historic redlining, racism, food scarcity, and obesity. Are people who live in previously redlined areas worse off, and do they have worse health outcomes than those who live elsewhere?
In this February 2024 episode, host Tim Jordan explores these questions and more with Anthony Goodwin, the ...
Were you aware that we are literally “swimming” in a sea of chemicals that may be killing us?
These chemicals are everywhere and in everything including our air, food, water, medical devices, medical implants, non-stick pans, personal care products, stain-resistant carpet and furniture, cardboard packaging, building materials, and firefighting foam.
These chemicals called “forever chemicals” or PFAS (i.e., per and polyfluoroalk...
Most Americans do not like to think about or talk about death. Death is like the “elephant in the middle of the room.” Everyone sees the elephant and knows that it is there, but no one says a peep! We prefer to avoid the topic. We certainly do not want to jinx ourselves!
Death is viewed negatively as loss. When someone close to us dies (be it a person or a companion animal), we feel sadness and grief.
But what if death is ...
In this November 2023 episode, host Tim Jordan explores this question with his guests: Why don’t more American adults do this? Do what? Advance Care Planning. Only about 1 in 3 American adults have done Advance Care Planning. Yet it is free! Why have so few done this?
Special Guests, Debra Jackson, RN of VITAS Health Care and Kimberly Schmidt, RN of Promedica Health System help Tim answer this very perplexing and important que...
In this October 2023 episode, host Tim Jordan interviews the nieces of Nancy Cruzan: Angela Broaddus and Miranda Lewis. Who was Nancy Cruzan?
She was at the center of the first “right to die with dignity” case ever heard by the United States Supreme Court. Together, Tim and his guests explore this topic: Who was Nancy Cruzan?
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In this September 2023 episode, host Tim Jordan and his guest, Patrick Johnston, Vice President of Community Investments at the Greater Toledo Community Foundation, explore this topic:
“Common Mistakes People Make When Writing Grant Applications.”
Do you want to become the best grant writer that you can be? Are you interested in obtaining more grant funding for your organization? If the answer to e...
In this August 2023 episode, host Tim Jordan explores the topic, “Is the mental health of shooters to blame for mass shootings? His guest for this thought-provoking interview is Dr. Lisa Pescara Kovach.
Fact: This year (2023), is on pace to become the deadliest year for mass shootings in recent history. A mass shooting is defined as 4 or more people shot, wounded, or killed.
Fact: Public mass casualty events are becoming more c...
In this Independence Day 2023 special episode, Tim Jordan, host, explores the topic, “When Gun Violence Becomes Personal.”
In the early morning hours of Friday May 18, 2018, gun violence became personal for Rhonda Hart. She did not ask for it; did not deserve it; and certainly did not want it!
In a first period art class at Santa Fe High School (Texas), her 14-year-old daughter, Kimberly, was shot to death along with seven othe...
Did you notice more mis/disinformation since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, especially on social media? Have you noticed how mis/disinformation (and conspiracy theories) are used by certain groups to motivate acts of hate and violence toward our government, towards Black and Brown people, Jews, and other racial and ethnic minorities?
In this episode, Tim Jordan (host), interviews Dr. Yotam Ophir, Assistant Professor in the De...
In episode # 9, Tim Jordan (host), interviews Dr. Jeffrey Layne Blevins, Professor, Department of Journalism and School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Have you ever wondered by scamming seems to be on the increase? Or why anti-Semitism is now higher than it ever has been at any time since the Anti-Defamation League started recording such incidents in the 1970’s? Or the role that social ...
In episode # 8, host Tim Jordan interviews Dr. Amy Thompson, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs at Wright State in Ohio. Together they explore some of the unprecedented challenges facing colleges and universities (and their customers). Be sure to listen to this thought-provoking conversation!
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In episode # 7, host Tim Jordan interviews Hospice Nurse Penny Hawkins-Smith about her perspective on death and dying. During this fascinating interview, they discuss many topics including the recommended educational and training path to become a hospice nurse; the challenges involved for families in letting their dying loved one decide how much they want to eat or drink; myths of hospice care; the death rattle; how the dying often...
In this episode, host Tim Jordan interviews three hall-of-famers from the field of health education about their past, their mentors, the present, and the future. The discussion is wide ranging and covers the definition of health, how health education developed as a profession, and the development of credentialing, certification, and the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing.
The three hall-of-famers who were the sp...
In this episode of Grass Roots Health, host Tim Jordan interviews Jeff and Deb Banks about the tragic, sudden, and unexpected death of their son, Jason in 2002. Their son had just graduated from high school and was on a spring break type trip to Myrtle Beach, SC along with 35 of his high school classmates. Then disaster struck and the lives of Jeff and Deb Banks were turned upside down. Would it be this ...
Is there racism in the U.S. health care system? Are there enough faculty members of color in U.S. medical schools? What about medical school admissions? Do they reflect the proportion of black and brown young adults in the U.S. population? Listen to Dr. Haley Thompson and host, Tim Jordan, describe some of the upstream reasons why we have a racism problem in U.S. health care.
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In this episode, Tim Jordan (host) interviews Kari the Mortician (aka Kari Northey) about her thoughts and impressions about Americans and death. A fascinating interview for sure! Listen in on a topic that many Americans think is taboo.
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During this episode, host Tim Jordan interviews Jonathan Ross, MD, internist, about the weaknesses of the U.S. healthcare (sick care) system.
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In this inaugural episode, Vickie Dugat interviews Dr. Tim Jordan, the founder and director of the 1795 Group. Get to know Dr. Jordan, listen to how things have changed over the past 20 years or so, and listen to how the 1795 Group plans to address some of the problems with the health of Americans.
For more information and numerous helpful resources visit: https://1795group.com/
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