What is a podcast?
Great question! A podcast is like a radio show except you can play it on demand. You can subscribe and listen whenever you like.
Personally, I love listening to podcasts when I’m driving or working out – and sometimes even when doing the dishes. That’s the great thing about podcasts – they adapt to your schedule and lifestyle.
The Leading with Health Podcast is perfect for women who are interested in creating a better healthcare system. My take on things is that we need to find our voice and start creating the kind of compassionate, responsive health system that we really want. I talk about science and health and technology – with an emphasis on the voices that have been traditionally left out. And I don’t shy away from talking about the softer, emotional side of healing, which is too often ignored. I also interview some amazing women in healthcare.
I began the podcast in May 2018 as a way to talk about healthcare marketing, but soon found that these issues mattered to me more than giving marketing tips. Then in June 2019, I added solo monologue shows so I could dive in even deeper.
How can I listen?
You can listen right from this website – just click any of the orange buttons above. You can also find my podcast on Spotify.
Or you can subscribe through your phone or tablet. New episodes will show up automatically as soon as they become available. (I like to subscribe through my phone and download episodes to listen to when I’m driving.)
If you don’t already have a podcast app on your phone or tablet, it’s really easy to get started:
What are people saying about the show?
“Wow. Just finished your I’d Blush if I Could podcast and it’s devastating, really. On so many fronts. The STEM education stats in relation to gender equality, are themselves extremely upsetting. Thank you for doing this. This matters. A LOT.”
“You’re telling stories that need to be told. I believe we’re at a real turning point as a society, and in particular when it comes to health care & self care … I’m so glad you’re doing what you’re doing Jennifer.”
“It was well-conceived and thought-provoking.”