WCHAT is the official podcast of WCH. Once a month we will “chat” about different topics in sexual and reproductive health and how to improve your communication with your patients about these topics.
The goal of our podcast is to provide health care providers with an easy, convenient, and somewhat entertaining way to enhance their communication with women regarding sexual and reproductive health. Our motivation is to improve the experience women have with their providers while also advancing sexual and reproductive health care.
While we have studied health communication and health services, we are by no means experts on every topic. So in each podcast we will have a least one guest who is an expert in the topic, give their advice and commentary. Experts may include care providers, researchers, and women.
Help keep The W-CHAT Podcast recording! When we reach our first Patreon goal we will resume releasing episodes every two weeks.
Dr. Shah completed medical school at George Washington University in Washington D.C. and then family medicine residency at Mount Sinai/Beth Israel Medical Center and the Institute for Family Health in New York City. She has an MS ...read more
Dr. Shah completed medical school at George Washington University in Washington D.C. and then family medicine residency at Mount Sinai/Beth Israel Medical Center and the Institute for Family Health in New York City. She has an MS in ...read more
Aisha Mays MD is a Family Physician who focuses on Adolescent Medicine. Her ...read more
Toni Bond Leonard, is the Director of Physicians for Reproductive Health’s Partnership for Abortion Provider Safety. One of the founding mothers of the ...read more
Chantal studied medicine at UCLA PRIME, earning her masters in public policy as well from UCLA, with an emphasis in health policy. She was involved with educational ...read more
Dr. Pierce completed medical school and family medicine residency in Chicago, IL, then moved to New York City for a a one- year fellowship in reproductive health and advocacy with the Reproductive Health Access Project. She took the next logical step ...read more
EP: 4 Special Populations: Monolingual Spanish speaking women, underinsured, and undocumented women with Dr. Jackie Abadalla
Dr. Abdalla is originally from New Jersey, went to medical school at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and is currently completing her family medicine residency training in northern California. Currently spends time at a FQHC and a safety net hospital in the northern...read more
Aisha Wagner is a Bay Area Family Physician and Fellow with Physicians for Reproductive Health who focuses her work on reproductive rights as they relate to reproductive justice, including access to contraception and abortion in underserved and underrepresented...read more
Drs. Saint-Hilaire and Wu have developed an interactive curriculum for healthcare providers that focuses on the exploration of unconscious biases, how it relates to the practice of medicine and how it can lead to healthcare disparities.read more
Get to know the co-hosts Dr. Nicole Loew and Dr. Stephanie Edmonds of The W-CHAT Podcast. Also find out how Woman Centered Health came to be.read more