22: Creatively Addressing Women’s Health Issues with Dr. Mary Guinan

22: Creatively Addressing Women’s Health Issues with Dr. Mary Guinan

Public health is a topic many of us aren’t sufficiently informed on, and should be. We aren’t aware of the work that’s going on behind the scenes, or the benefits we’re missing out on due to the lack of attentiveness to the world around us. Dr. Mary Guinan has written a book on the subject, traveled the world for vaccination work, and helped women recover rights that should be basic human rights. Tune into this episode of a Creative Approach podcast, with your host, Karen Poirier-Brode, in order to become more informed on women’s vigor and public health.

Show Highlights:

  • Writing a book about public health
  • Informing people on public health
  • Becoming a part of the worldwide small-pox organization
  • Women physicians being banned from going to India
  • Vaccinating children
  • Women being traditional healers, but not being as widely accepted
  • Traveling to different villages to vaccinate people from disease
  • Traveling by elephant
  • Studying herpes
  • Being recruited back to CDC
  • Treating and researching women’s STD’s
  • Studying experimental factors of AIDS in San Francisco
  • America’s STD epidemic
  • Taking a moral stance
  • Having an actress portray a part after Mary
  • Difficulties for gay men when STD info was released
  • The need for keeping people updated
  • Founding a school for public health
  • Women being in charge of their own health
  • Ways to prevent abortion
  • Preventing unplanned pregnancy
  • Influences that pushed Mary into her profession
  • The difficulties of finding a career as a woman
  • Equality advancing for women
  • Creative advice
  • Women getting the equality and access they deserve


Adventures of a female Medical Detective  by Mary Guinan

21: A Creative Look at the Anthropology of Different Cultures with William Doonan

21: A Creative Look at the Anthropology of Different Cultures with William Doonan

Many of us are oblivious to the underlying history and culture in everything. We fail to notice the details and technicalities within our everyday life. In a “Creative Approach Podcast”, we will explore the anthropology of many different cultures and how it correlates with us today. Professor William Doonan is a professor at Sacramento City College, Archaeologist, Cruise line speaker, and published novelist. Over his travels and personal explorations, he has acquired immense knowledge on subjects involving civilization and cultural awareness, which he uses as inspiration for his own novels and others. Tune into this episode, with your host Karen Poirier-Brode, in order to be enlightened on the culture around you.

Show highlights:

  • The inspiration drawn from daily life in order to create novels
  • Meeting fascinating people on cruise ships
  • Traveling to Costa Rica to work as an archeologist
  • Where Professor Doonan grew up and got to where he is today
  • Exploring different aspects of archaeology
  • Studying Mayan archeology and writing a book on it
  • Irish language revitalization and helping people learn the native language
  • Genealogy
  • The melting pot of cultures
  • Getting involved in cruise ships
  • Teaching forensic anthropology and understanding culture
  • Learning to determine different aspects of people in the past and learning to respect all the individual people
  • Finding culture and diversity from people around you
  • The gravitational pull towards the topics Professor Doonans books are about
  • How cruise ships regulate and manage security
  • Anthropology being incorporated into literature
  • The meaning of creativity and developing others ideas
  • Broadening culture awareness and being confident
  • Selective listening


William Doonan


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