PRODUCER'S NOTE, FRIDAY, APRIL 1ST Live
9 AM FRIDAY ROUNDTABLE (PRE-RECORDED)
It’s time for the Friday roundtable. This week MPR News Host Kerri Miller invited three people to come into the studio and reflect on “When Breath Becomes Air” by Paul Kalanithi. Dr. Kalanithi was a neurosurgeon who died of lung cancer last year. He wrote about his journey from being a doctor to become a patient and what it means to live while facing your mortality. Our conversation starts at 9.
Syl Jones is a playwright and resident fellow in narrative medicine at Hennepin County Medical Center
no bio page but his linked in <https://www.linkedin.com/in/syljones>
The Rev Dr Deb DeMeester is a clinical faculty member at the University of St. Thomas where she directs a graduate program in leadership. (Note: DeMeester rhymes with Easter)
Dr. Mahmoud Nagib is the president of Neurosurgical Associates, Ltd. <http://www.neurosurgicalassocs.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/site.physicians/action/dtl/phys/99881879.cfm>
10 AM ANNE GARRELS (PRE-RECORDED)
Euan Kerr interviews Ann Garrels about her new book about Russia, “Putin Country"
11 AM FED PRESIDENT
DESCRIPTION: The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis will hold the first in a series of events Monday centered around reducing our economic reliance on big banks. The initiative, called “Ending Too Big To Fail” will include talks from researchers on this issue. The Minneapolis Fed hopes it will culminate with the release of an action plan that can inform policy going forward. President Neel Kashkari, who made headlines earlier this year with the suggestion that we should still be considering breaking up the nation’s biggest banks, joins us to talk about this effort.
GUEST: Neel Kashkari
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
MPR NEWS PRESENTS NOON/9 PM
A lecture by best-selling author and surgeon Dr. Atul Gawande [[AH-tool gah-WAHN-day]]..... he spoke about why doctors fail, and how good systems and checklists can help prevent mistakes and lead to better medical care. He's the author of "Being Mortal" and "The Checklist Manifesto: How to Get Things Right."