Jul 20, 2020
In this episode, I speak with Eric Reinhart of the department of
anthropology at Harvard and University of Chicago Pritzker School
of Medicine. He is also a candidate in adult psychoanalysis at The
Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis. We discuss the impacts of jail
cycling on the COVID-19 pandemic, and future directions for reform
in our health care system.
- Intro :14
- About Reinhart :17
- The interview 1:44
- What led to your journey as an MD-PhD candidate?
- When you first started this study, what were you trying to look
at and what did you end up finding during your research?
- The point was to look at the individuals who were put in jail
and were awaiting trial or awaiting a decision as to whether they
were going to go to prison or not. And that was the population you
focused on, is that correct? 8:25
- What were you feeling as you watched the protests the last
couple of months? 9:44
- What were the major points that your study found?
- What types of controversy have you experienced, and have you
addressed that in the last couple of months?
- What types of studies are you hoping to be able to do moving
- Can you expand on how to address racial disparities and
systemic issues in jailing? 30:46
- The need for solutions and to implement them as well as how to
ensure change among physicians 39:00
- Do you have one pearl for the audience?
- How to find Eric Reinhart 45:52
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Eric Reinhart is in the department of
anthropology at Harvard University, and an MD candidate at the
University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. He is also a
candidate in adult psychoanalysis at the Chicago Center for
Disclosures: Jain reports she is a paid freelance writer for
Lippincott. Reinhart reports no relevant financial disclosures.