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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Laurel Braitman. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Laurel Braitman, often where they are interviewed.

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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Laurel Braitman. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Laurel Braitman, often where they are interviewed.

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The mental health benefits of storytelling for health care workers | Laurel Braitman

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Health care workers are under more stress than ever before. How can they protect their mental health while handling new and complex pressures? TED Fellow Laurel Braitman shows how writing and sharing personal stories helps physicians, nurses, medical students and other health professionals connect more meaningfully with themselves and others -- and make their emotional well-being a priority.
May 09 2020 · 9mins
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The mental health benefits of storytelling for health care workers | Laurel Braitman

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Health care workers are under more stress than ever before. How can they protect their mental health while handling new and complex pressures? TED Fellow Laurel Braitman shows how writing and sharing personal stories helps physicians, nurses, medical students and other health professionals connect more meaningfully with themselves and others -- and make their emotional well-being a priority.
May 05 2020 · 9mins

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The mental health benefits of storytelling for health care workers | Laurel Braitman

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Health care workers are under more stress than ever before. How can they protect their mental health while handling new and complex pressures? TED Fellow Laurel Braitman shows how writing and sharing personal stories helps physicians, nurses, medical students and other health professionals connect more meaningfully with themselves and others -- and make their emotional well-being a priority.
May 05 2020 · 9mins
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Os benefícios de contar histórias para a saúde mental dos profissionais de saúde | Laurel Braitman

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Os profissionais de saúde estão mais estressados do que nunca. Como eles podem proteger a saúde mental deles enquanto lidam com pressões novas e complexas? Laurel Braitman, bolsista do TED, mostra como escrever e compartilhar histórias pessoais ajuda médicos, enfermeiros, estudantes de medicina e outros profissionais de saúde a se conectarem de maneira mais significativa consigo mesmos e com os outros, e a tornar o bem-estar emocional deles uma prioridade.
May 05 2020 · 9mins

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Les bénéfices de la narration pour la santé mentale des soignants | Laurel Braitman

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Les soignants sont plus stressés que jamais. Comment peuvent-ils protéger leur santé mentale tout en faisant face à des pressions nouvelles et complexes ? Laurel Braitman, membre TED, nous montre comment l'écriture et le partage d'histoires personnelles aident les médecins, les infirmières, les étudiants en médecine et les autres soignants à se connecter d'une manière plus porteuse de sens avec eux-mêmes et avec les autres -- et à faire de leur bien-être émotionnel une priorité.
May 05 2020 · 9mins
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Los beneficios para la salud mental de contar historias a los trabajadores de la salud | Laurel Braitman

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Los trabajadores de la salud están más estresados que nunca. ¿Cómo pueden proteger su salud mental mientras manejan presiones nuevas y complejas? Laurel Braitman, miembro de TED, muestra cómo escribir y compartir historias personales ayuda a los médicos, enfermeras, estudiantes de medicina y otros profesionales de la salud a conectarse de manera más significativa con ellos mismos y con otros, y hacer de su bienestar emocional una prioridad.
May 05 2020 · 9mins
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스토리텔링이 의료 종사자의 정신 건강에 미치는 이점 | 로렐 브레이트먼(Laurel Braitman)

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의료 종사자들은 그 어느 때보다 많은 스트레스를 받고 있습니다. 새롭고 복잡한 압박감과 마주하고 있는 의료 종사자들의 정신 건강을 어떻게 지킬 수 있을까요? TED 펠로우 로렐 브레이트먼은 의사, 간호사, 의대생, 그리고 다른 건강 전문가들이 개인적인 이야기를 쓰고 공유하는 것이 어떻게 다른 사람들과 더 의미 있게 연결되는데에 도움이 되고 그들의 정서적 안녕을 최우선 순위로 만들 수 있는지를 보여줍니다.
May 05 2020 · 9mins
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Between You & Me: Constance Hockaday and Laurel Braitman

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Thursday, Nov 8, 2018, Art Practical hosted an evening of conversation between Constance Hockaday and Laurel Braitman, who will be speaking about how their respective practices are influenced by each other’s work and processes. This conversation was recorded live at the Curatorial Research Bureau.
Between You & Me is a series of dialogic exchanges between artists and their collaborators and peers to materialize the countless conversations, musings, and debates that are often invisible yet play a significant role in the generative space of artmaking.

This program is organized as part of an editorial column published online by Art Practical with support from the Kenneth Rainin Foundation, a private family foundation dedicated to enhancing quality of life by championing and sustaining the arts, promoting early childhood literacy, and supporting research to cure chronic disease.

Constance Hockaday’s work is about creating portals that get people closer to the water and nature, and closer to that feeling of belonging in a place (preferably the place where they live). Hockaday has most often looked to water as a place for hosting social sculptures and immersive experiences. She believes the shoreline is a place where many human and non-human interests collide.

Laurel Braitman is a New York Times bestselling author, historian and anthropologist of science. She is currently a Writer-in-Residence at the Medicine & the Muse Program at the Stanford University School of Medicine where she's busy helping physicians tell better stories--for themselves and their patients. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal, Wired and other publications. Her last book, Animal Madness (Simon & Schuster 2015) was a NYT bestseller and has been translated into seven languages. She holds a PhD in Science, Technology and Society from MIT, is a Senior TED Fellow and a Contributing Writer for Pop Up Magazine, a live magazine the New York Times has called a “Sensation.” Her work and collaborations with musicians and artists have been featured on the BBC, NPR, Good Morning America and Al Jazeera. She's taught popular interdisciplinary courses at Stanford School of Medicine, Harvard, MIT, Smith College and elsewhere and is passionate about working with musicians, physicians, scientists, and artists.

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Dec 19 2018 · 1hr 13mins
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Laurel Braitman on Animals and Mental Illness

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This week, Point of Inquiry welcomes Laurel Braitman, a TED fellow with a PhD in History and Anthropology of Science from MIT, and the author of Animal Madness: How Anxious Dogs, Compulsive Parrots, and Elephants in Recovery Help Us Understand Ourselves.
 
It might sound strange to say that animals suffer from mental illness but the brain systems that regulate anxiety, attachment, and arousal are evolutionarily ancient. If faulty neurochemistry compounded by stress can lead to mental illness in humans, is it such a stretch to imagine it in other animals as well? 
 
Today we look into the minds of our fellow animals. What do their minds and mental illnesses teach us about sanity, insanity and the concept of consciousness?
Aug 04 2014 · 35mins
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Science Historian Laurel Braitman: Animal Minds, Animal Madness

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Anxious apes, depressed dolphins, parrots on prozac: we homo sapiens aren't the only ones with mental health issues, and animal psychiatry (and psychopharmacology) is booming. What does this new, broader understanding of mental illness reveal about our fellow creatures and us? We talk to Laurel Braitman about her new book “Animal Madness.”
Jun 29 2014 · 1hr 12mins