A Talking (Bald) Head
Move over, Fareed Zakaria and Malcolm Gladwell…there’s a new fancy-pants policy wonk in town! One who gets a whopping 3 awkward minutes to ramble on national TV with MSNBC anchor Richard Lui…LIVE!
Props were given to Turntable Health and disses to Jenny McCarthy, so I believe I can say with fair confidence: mission accomplished.
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ZVlogg 028 | Miami Dice
Miami club performances to rep primary care innovation. Deal with it, Pitbull.
Doc Vader (The Trailer): Episode I, The Pager Menace
The Farce Awakens.
ZVlogg #024 | Can’t Feel My Face
The making of a “stroke” of genius?
Interview Insanity: The Medscape Dialogues
Dr. Eric Topol interviews the ‘Dogg. Antics ensue.
A playlist containing EVERY ZVlogg episode in reverse chronologic order.
ZVlogg #006 | #NotAfraid
A reflection on those who help.
ZVlogg #003 | Pager Bling
Drake gets his dancing problem e-diagnosed.
Let’s talk about dying.
A Turntable Tale (of Two Documentaries)
A Morgan Spurlock and Michael Shaun Conway double documentary feature…on US!
It’s a Hard Doc’s Life — LIVE!
Well, that’s ONE way to open a medical keynote speech…*drops mic*
In Da Lab
Ain’t nothin’ changed, crit down, whites up…
It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Sepsis
An infectious holiday classic!
It Was A Good Call Day
Halfway home, and my pager ain’t blowin’ up…
EHR State of Mind
A rap smackdown of “Epic” proportions.
Bad Skin (A Taylor Swift Bad Blood Parody)
Band-Aids don’t stop killer moles…
Ain’t the Way to Die
Just gonna stand there and watch me burn, end of life and all my wishes go unheard…
Readmission (An R. Kelly “Ignition” Parody)
The dopest R&B anthem about hospital readmissions—EVER.
More Than Warts (An HPV Vaccine Anthem)
Preventing cancer with a vaccine? How “Extreme”…
Blank Script (A Taylor Swift Parody)
Taylor Swift, cross-dressing, and prescription drug addiction. Yeah, that’s pretty much what we call “Saturday” around here.