UKCVFamily: Episodes six, seven and eight - talking science, everything being poop and mean people
Updated: Sep 9, 2022
In episode six, Caroline speaks again with our resident expert Dr Harriet Carroll who gives us further insight from a more scientific point of view. Episode seven digs deep with a look into fear and its effect on us, while in episode eight, Charlet and Caroline discuss encountering hatred and long-lasting friendships.
"I had a reaction, and for the first six or eight months, I didn't really talk about it because, like a lot of us, I thought it was just me" - Dr Harriet Carroll, NHS Researcher and UK CV Family Volunteer.
In 'Episode 6, The Scientist's Back', Harriet returns to talk with Caroline about the placebo effect, open-minded doctors, and acupuncture of both the intentional and accidental kinds! And let us know in one sentence — why did you REALLY get the v?
For more information on Dr Harriet Carroll's work, follow her on Twitter @angryhacademic and visit www.dontbelievehype.co.uk.
The videos for episodes six, seven and eight are available below and can be shared with your friends on social media by linking to our page here: htpps://ukcvfamily.org/ukcvfamily-episodes-six-seven-eight. Alternatively, the links to YouTube and Twitter can be used on your preferred sharing platform:
Links to episode six -
UKCVFamily - Episode 6, The Scientist's Back
In 'Episode 7, Being Shit', Charlet and Caroline talk about their hospital adventures and different ways of thinking about fear.
Link on YouTube to Episode seven (Twitter link currently unavailable) -
UKCVFamily - Episode 7, Being Shit
In 'Episode 8, Nobody Likes Us', Charlet and Caroline talk about what it was like being injured through the very divisive early months of the rollout, how you cope when it feels like the world hates you, and the space that trauma unexpectedly creates in which beautiful friendships can blossom.
Links to episode eight -
UKCVFamily - Episode 8, Nobody Likes Us
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