In Isolation, We Unite
A sincere and heartfelt thank you from the team here at Dramatic Health to all our friends and family in the healthcare industry working tirelessly to keep us safe.
We are grateful to those who have taken the threat of COVID-19 seriously and continue to stay home to help the brave essential workers on the frontlines who cannot.
As New Yorkers ourselves, and a company that thrives on the personal relationships we build with patients, physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and our hardworking crew, we are eager to be able to meet and film with you all in person again.
Until this cherished time, please stay home, stay safe, and stay healthy.
Game Changers In Medicine
Game Changers in Medicine, is a groundbreaking podcast that captures medical history anecdotes with physicians who founded new discoveries, either helped establish or contribute to the foundation of modern medicine, and, if only serendipitously, created new cures and treatment.
Sean Moloney, executive producer, Sharon Johnson, medical researcher & writer, the Dramatic Health team and host, Dr. Rubin Pillay, professor of Medicine and Business, assistant dean for Global Health Innovation, School of Medicine, and chief innovation officer at UAB Health System at University of Alabama at Birmingham, will deliver new episodes each month.
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A Dramatic Health video is designed to elicit emotion, inspire action and generate measurable results. Real people, real stories, and innovative formats activate, engage, and educate audiences in ways that go well beyond words and pictures alone. Great health content is video—and we are leading the way for top healthcare organizations.
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