Mea Culpa - a full-length speech based on his widely viewed TEDx talk:
Doctors make mistakes: Can we talk about that? This is Goldman's journey to confront his own human frailty and help create a culture of safety in health care. Using one of his own medical mistakes, Dr. Goldman digs down to discover the roots of medicines' difficulty confronting and dealing with medical errors
Is the health care system working for you? What are your expectations looking ahead?
For many Canadians this country's the health care system has become one of the things that defines us, and any talk about changing it is often met by many of us with great apprehension and by some with great suspicion. In 2012, it is certain to continue as a major topic of conversation. Provincial, territorial and federal health ministers, finance ministers, are meeting, with the major topic of: how to proceed with health care. For an experienced take on the healthcare system with insight from Canadians across the country and from his own show Black Coat, White Art, book Dr. Goldman for your next event.
Can We Talk? A new multimedia presentation by Dr. Brian Goldman
For health professionals, Goldman gives tips on how to break bad news with patients in part by learning how to empathize with them. For the patients and their families, he talks about what they can do to make sure they get the straight goods with a dose of compassion.
The Tough Talk about End of Life Care
In this speech Dr. Goldman discuses the difficulties patients, their families and health professionals have in recognizing and acknowledging that death is near
Wake Me Up for the Tsunami
Ageing and Ageism in Health Care
4.1 million Canadians and one million Ontarians can't find a family doctor. Dr. Goldman talks about new players on the health care scene -- from nurse practitioners to physician assistants -- who are starting to make a difference
Burnout and Moral Distress Among Health Professionals
Studies show approximately half of health professionals suffer from burnout. This talk discusses the roots of burnout by using the personal stories of doctors and nurses who have appeared on Dr. Goldman's radio show
Queue-Jumping in Health Care
How the pros do it. Everyone is livid that hockey players and hospital board members can get vaccines ahead of others who should have gotten them first. In this cheeky talk, Dr. Goldman discusses the roots of queue-jumping, and we meet some MDs and RNs who talk about health professionals and patients who use their connections to obtain fast health care for their friends and family. He talks about the ethics of queue-jumping, and draws a parallel between queue-jumping and professional courtesy.
"We presented doctor Goldman last year, he was a big hit!"
Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations
"Dr. Goldman was the guest speaker for our 30th Anniversary Celebration in our fight for public healthcare. His presentation was excellent and he put real effort into personalizing the content. He struck an excellent balance between content and entertainment. We'd be thrilled to have him again."
Friends of Medicare