his podcast is for innovators, community health leaders, and the patients they care for. Hosted by physician and population health director Peter Weir and community engagement director RyLee Curtis, two curious minds looking to connect their worlds: patient care and how it is accessed. Subscribe to join a conversation about how innovative approaches to care are transforming patient lives and the health care system.
Episode 101: History of HIV/AIDS and Activism in Utah Through the Lens of the PrEP Clinic & Utah AIDS Foundation
On average, 120 Utahns are diagnosed with HIV/AIDS every year. Rylee Curtis and Peter Weir sit down with Adam Spivak, co-founder of Utah’s only free PrEP clinic, and Ahmer Afroz, executive director of the Utah AIDS Foundation, to discuss the origin of HIV/AIDS and its prevention and treatment in Utah. This is Part 1 of a two-part episode.
Episode 102: Can We Eradicate New HIV Infections in Utah?
What would it take to eradicate new HIV infections in Utah? Rylee Curtis and Peter Weir sit down with Adam Spivak, co-founder of Utah’s only free PrEP clinic, and Ahmer Afroz, executive director of the Utah AIDS Foundation, to discuss the challenges of community health in Utah. This is Part 2 of a two-part episode.
Podcast Episode 103: Therapeutic Use of Psychedelics in Mental Health
Physicians Peter Weir and Benjamin Lewis discuss the therapeutic use of psychedelics in mental health. Diving into the history, scientific data, and trends, they explore how psychedelics can help people with mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, and trauma, to name a few.