Healthcare for Humans

Healthcare for Humans

This show is dedicated to bridging the difference between you and the people you care for so you can be better healers

Recent Episodes

Jan. 24, 2023

Chinese - Don't tell me that you don't know what a "twinkie" means, …

Dr. Connie So joins us today to talk about the history of the Chinese American history. Dr. Connie So, an immigrant from Hong Kong, grew up in Seattle’s Beacon Hill neighborhood. She has taught at UC Berkeley, UC Davis and …

Episode page
Jan. 9, 2023

Cambodians—Do you know what happens to unprocessed trauma? (Jennifer …

This is Part II of our conversation on the Cambodian community with Jennifer Huong, a DSHS-certified Khmer interpreter and one of the founders of the Khmer Health Board Member. She was born in Kampong Cham, raised in Phnom Pe...

Episode page
Dec. 14, 2022

Cambodians—Let's talk about the Khmer Rouge, (James Heng S1, Ep 6.1)

Part I of our conversation on the Cambodian community with James Heng, a DSHS-certified Khmer interpreter and Khmer Health Board Member. In his free time, he organizes concerts and entertains the Khmer community in WA state. ...

Episode page
Nov. 14, 2022

Indians—Is Rice really THAT bad for you? (Avantika Waring, S1, Ep 5.2)

This is part II of our conversation with Dr. Avantika Waring. Avantika is an Endocrinologist focusing on caring for people living with diabetes. She has worked with patients in various clinical settings for over 15 years and...

Episode page
Oct. 20, 2022

Indians—Why is the Indian Diaspora so large? (Amy Bhatt S1, Ep 5.1)

Amy Bhatt, Ph.D. is a writer, educator, and content creator. She received her B.A. in Political Science and Women’s Studies from Emory University and her Ph.D. in Feminist Studies from the University of Washington in Seattle,...

Episode page
Sept. 22, 2022

Pacific Islanders—What does erasure of a community mean? (Joseph Seia…

This is part II of our conversation with Joseph Seia. Joseph is the Co-Executive Director of the National Association of Pasifika Organizations (NAOPO) and the founder of PICA-WA (Pacific Islander Community Association of Wa...

Episode page