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Mona Masood

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We Are Not Heroes, We Are Human l Episode 16: Dr. Mona Masood

Moral Matters

Dr. Mona Masood, DO is an outpatient psychiatrist in Philadelphia, who realized, early in the pandemic, that physicians needed support from their peers. Without any expertise, she stood up the Physician Support Line nearly overnight. For the past year, 800 volunteer psychiatrists have fielded calls from thousands of physicians, entirely free of charge. It is an inspiring story of how a strong community comes together in a crisis. https://www.physiciansupportline.com/


20 May 2021

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E77 - Mental Health in the Muslim Community with Dr. Mona Masood

NEI Podcast

What are some of the difficulties that Muslim Americans face today, and what was the reason behind the creation of the Muslim Wellness Foundation? How does stigma about mental health problems uniquely impact the Muslim American community? What are some of the psychosocial issues and challenges that Black Muslim American's experience?  In this important and timely episode, psychiatrist Dr. Mona Masood answers these questions and so much more! As a member of the Board of Directors at the Muslim Wellness Foundation, Dr. Masood offers resources, shares exciting programs and ways to get involved with this movement.    For more information on the Muslim Wellness Foundation click on the link below:  https://www.muslimwellness.com/


15 Jul 2020

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E74 - Fear on the Frontlines of COVID-19: Mental Health in Our Frontline Healthcare Workers with Dr. Mona Masood

NEI Podcast

Healthcare workers on the frontline, working to save patients with the COVID-19 virus, during this pandemic have been especially vulnerable to mental health consequences and trauma. In the early stages of the global shut-down, Dr. Mona Masood launched the Physician Support Line, a volunteer hotline to support physicians and healthcare providers who were on the frontlines, battling the virus, and the traumatic consequences of doing so, simultaneously. Doctors, nurses, EMTs and other health care workers have been under extremely stressful conditions, increased patient loads without necessary staffing, a lack of personal protective equipment (PPE), and overtime hours, placing them at high risk for contracting the virus themselves. Many have lost colleagues to the virus.  In this episode, learn what inspired her to create this hotline, what it has done for physicians, and how you can get involved. Dr. Mona Masood is board certified in general adult psychiatry and is an outpatient psychiatrist in the Ivyland, Pennsylvania area.  She is also the founder of the Physician Support Line and a Board Member of the nonprofit Muslim Wellness Foundation, which provides mental health educational services to the community. For more information on the Physician Support Line please go to: https://www.physiciansupportline.com/


17 Jun 2020

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Ep. 529 Skin Color and Colonialism with Dr. Mona Masood [5/7/18]

Radio Islam

In the first half, Tariq touches on the issue of mass incarceration, why it's a problem, and some new initiatives to help solve it. In the second half, Dr. Mona Masood speaks with us about the skin tone perception from a psychological perspective. From skin bleaching products to racial discrimination, Dr. Masood theorizes a theme surrounding the power-dynamic in subjugated peoples. Guest: Dr. Mona MasoodHost/Producer: Tariq I. El-AminEngineer: Ibrahim BaigExecutive Producer: Abdul Malik MujahidMusic:Ant the Symbol - Browns Island - http://bit.ly/2vJuzSsBeat.dowsing - bones - http://bit.ly/2x2GdIeImage: the lost gallery: "THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF CONNAUGHT IN INDIA" - https://flic.kr/p/oTBp8Z


8 May 2018

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