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Why Empathy?

In the radio doc, I mention that empathy leads to better communication between physicians and patients, and therefore better outcomes — last week, however, I realized for the first time how that might play in practice. 573 more words

Radio feature: Making a family

Making a family focuses on prospective lesbian mums and their experiences with IVF treatment in Melbourne. In 2008, the Victorian Government granted lesbian and single women equal access to IVF and the Assisted Reproductive Treatment (ART) Act came into effect in Victoria in January 2010. 316 more words

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Post-Production Reflections

The first cut of our radio doc was completed and presented to an audience last week. The reception we received was generally quite positive. People seemed to really like Jeremy’s story and enjoyed how we pieced it together. 158 more words

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New series! The Blessed Wells of West Clare

Raidió Corca Baiscinn is starting to broadcast a new series which is seeking to explore the large number of holy wells scattered throughout West Clare, with a series starting on Monday 24th March at 3.30pm. 191 more words

Through the other lens

After speaking with Jeremy on more than one occasion about his story, I had gotten to know it pretty well. The details, order and highlights (or lowlights) became like second knowledge to me. 145 more words

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My first encounter with Jeremy

On Saturday, Mac and I met Jeremy Pearce to interview him for our radio documentary. For Mac, he had already met Jeremy and had spoken to him before, but for me I had never met him before. 338 more words

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