On The Monday, September 24, 2018 Edition Of Idaho Matters
- A documentarian chronicles the followers of faith healing.
- Preventing physician burnout: caring for the caregivers.
- A Boise entrepreneur brings businesses together.
- Story Story Night brings competitive storytelling to the Meridian Speedway.
-'No Greater Law'investigates the practices of the Followers of Christ, a religious sect that believes prayer, not medicine, can heal the ill and injured. The rural Idaho adherents face a mortality rate 10 times that of the state's average and on Monday's Idaho Matters we'll talk with the film's director about the sect and making the documentary.
- Who takes care of caregivers when they burnout from giving care? Physician burnout is very real and Idaho Matters looks at efforts by St. Luke's and the Ada County Medical Society to alleviate the stresses felt by members of the medical community.
- Diana DeJesus moved to Boise from West Palm Beach to recruit for the University of Idaho's law school but she found a passion in connecting people and businesses in her off time. Her Instagram account, Boise Bucket List, has accumulated nearly 30,000 followers and DeJesus joins Idaho Matters to talk about making those B2B connections and how social media changed the networking game.
- Story Story Night"fosters powerful connections that change lives" through live storytelling. The storytelling is presented as "slams" - as competitions between presenters. This season culminates in the "Slammer of the Year" competition this Tuesday at the Meridian Speedway. We meet the organizers of Story Story Night and we'll learn how and why this tradition has endured since cavemen gathered by the fire.