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Dr. Vineet Arora: Reinventing Medical Education (Health & Veritas Ep. 56)

On the Health & Veritas podcast, Yale physician-professors Howard Forman and Harlan Krumholz talk about the latest news and ideas in healthcare and seek out the truth amid the noise. In this episode, Harlan provides updates on R.S.V., flu, and COVID-19; Howie considers the growing use of hallucinogens for treatment of severe depression. And they are joined by Dr. Vineet Arora, dean of medical education at the University of Chicago, to discuss the future of medical Twitter and how medical education is changing in the wake of the pandemic.

Vineet Arora

Dr. Vineet Arora

University of Chicago
  • Vineet Arora
    Herbert T. Abelson Professor of Medicine & Dean for Medical Education, University of Chicago
  • Harlan M. Krumholz
    Harold H. Hines, Jr. Professor of Medicine and Director of the Yale Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation
  • Howard P. Forman
    Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, Economics, Public Health, and Management; Co-founder, Pozen-Commonwealth Fund Fellowship in Health Equity Leadership, MD/MBA Program, and MBA for Executives Program

Listen now:


“A ‘Tripledemic’? Flu, R.S.V. and Covid May Collide This Winter, Experts Say”

“Twitter has spent years trying to combat health misinformation. Will Musk’s takeover make that harder?”

“A fake tweet sparked panic at Eli Lilly and may have cost Twitter millions”

“The ‘bot holiday’ and why clinicians can’t tackle disinformation alone”

“What is #MedMastodon & why might we need it?”

“Some Twitter users flying the coop hope Mastodon will be a safe landing”

University of Chicago: Pritzker EVOLVES

“Colorado Legalizes Magic Mushrooms”

“Single-Dose Psilocybin for a Treatment-Resistant Episode of Major Depression”

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