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ASTHO’s podcast series, the Public Health Review, features health officials and public health leadership who are on the front lines of state and territorial public health. The series capitalizes on current public health issues and delivers timely, thoughtful perspectives on the value of public health through the lens of state/territorial health officials and other subject matter experts.
 
The Public Health Insight Podcast is a roundtable conversational style podcast hosted by a diverse team of public health professionals. Ranked 7th on the ‘Top 15 Public Health Podcasts You Must Follow in 2021’, the podcast highlights a variety of different public health issues by facilitating informative conversations to inspire community action. To date, the podcast has featured high profile guests in the field of public health and global health, and has built an audience in more than 1,500 ...
 
So many things impact our health. The physical things around you, the social interactions, the policies you may never notice, are all quietly there, influencing our health and wellbeing in subtle ways everyday. Some are there on purpose to prevent bad outcomes, some are issues that we still need to address, but most go unnoticed by many of us. This is the world of public health; a science of understanding the countless forces and designing solutions to help prevent or mitigate harm and impro ...
 
A public health podcast produced by the National Collaborating Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCCID), "Infectious Questions" connects those with infectious disease questions to those with the answers. Un balado sur la santé publique réalisé par le Centre de collaboration nationale des maladies infectieuses (CCNMI) et appelé « Infections en question » fait le lien entre les balados concernant les questions sur les maladies infectieuses et ceux qui offrent des réponses à ces questions.
 
Public Health Out Loud is a podcast that delves into the broader public health concerns and issues facing everyday Rhode Islanders. From discussions about safeguarding against future pandemics to actionable plans for families to help keep their loved ones safe from preventable diseases, Public Health Out Loud is striving to be a no nonsense resource for listeners that only want to hear the truth. With all that’s going on in the world at every hour of the day, podcast hosts Dr. James McDonald ...
 
Hosted by medical doctor, public health expert, VicHealth CEO and foodie Dr Sandro Demaio, this podcast takes a look at the science and research behind today’s buzzwords, current trends and common myths around health and wellbeing. Follow Dr Sandro as he speaks to community heroes, health specialists, and everyday humans about what it means to eat well, be active and stay socially connected. There’ll also be time dedicated to help answer your questions. Season 1: All about food Season 2: Lif ...
 
Health equity issues in our country have been around for decades – largely impacting communities of color and rural areas. When it comes to economic and racial disparities in health the evidence is clear. This is more than a hot topic. Covid-19 has exposed the underbelly of how social determinants of health and racial disparities play out in our country. What we need now is to impart lasting change. Welcome to the InOn Health podcast. I’m your host Kaakpema Yelpaala, and I’m the co-founder a ...
 
How do I navigate the healthcare system? What do I ask my doctor? What should I do when I'm not being heard? Why does it seem like researchers are unable to make up their minds about the guidance they provide? Our goal is to give you tips on how to navigate the healthcare system and understand other matters of public health in plain language. We will be sharing experiences and having candid conversations with guests on both sides of the health divide: practitioners and those of us they serve ...
 
Dr. Quentin Moore is a family nurse practitioner with a broad array of experience in primary care and addiction medicine. As a retired officer with the United States Public Health Service, he has served in the public health arena for many years serving communities of need. Quentin currently serves as professor at a university in the Midwest. In this podcast, Dr. Moore discusses topics relating to Health and Wellness at the individual, family, and community levels while providing education wh ...
 
Listen to McDermott’s Health thought leaders share their perspectives on a range of topics impacting the healthcare sector. ©2019 McDermott Will & Emery. All rights reserved. Any use of these materials including reproduction, modification, distribution or republication, without the prior written consent of McDermott is strictly prohibited. This may be considered attorney advertising. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.
 
Leading with Health is the podcast where women dive into societal change through the lens of healthcare. It is for women who want to create a healthcare system that actually cares - and if we have to dismantle the patriarchy to do it, even better. If you like science and healthcare and want to make the world a better place, then this podcast is for you. Host Jennifer Michelle has a Master’s in Public Health and Epidemiology, is a certified EMT, and is President of Michelle Marketing Strategies.
 
Sujani Siva from PH SPOT sits down with public health heroes of our time to share career stories, inspiration, and guidance for building public health careers. From time to time, she also has conversations with friends of public health - individuals who are not public health professionals, but their advice and guidance are equally important. The emotions, energy, and passion that comes from these stories act as a reminder that this space we’ve created for the public health community is a spa ...
 
Pomegranate Health is an award-winning podcast about the culture of medicine, from the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. We ask how doctors make difficult clinical and ethical decisions, how doctor-patient communication can be improved, and how healthcare delivery can be made more equitable. Find out more at the website of www.racp.edu.au/podcast. Get in touch via podcast@racp.edu.au
 
POPulation Health Plug-In is a podcast series that highlights emerging public health topics and issues that affect population health. Produced by the UAB School of Public Health, this show interviews experts from academia, practitioners in the field, and alumni to delve deeper into a variety of health-related topics. The broadcast also raises awareness of the work community-based organizations do to improve population health and healthcare in our community and how the UAB School of Public He ...
 
We would like to introduce 'Stories in Public Health', a podcast for new and aspiring public health professionals. Join as we travel around Sydney interviewing the people in public health that we most look up to! Download our podcast and: • Be inspired by public health professionals who are leaders in their fields • Learn about how they got to where they are, and what motivates them to work in public health. • Stay up-to-date with the latest public health practice from the real world and hav ...
 
In season three of Mission Forward, we're exploring the state of our collective health in the wake of the pandemic and what's necessary to bring us back together. We talk with experts, truth tellers, and firebrands who work and move among us to see what lies at the intersections of identity, value, and power. This season, host Carrie Fox welcomes Natalie S. Burke, president of Common Health Action, public health expert, and equity evangelist as co-host to explore how people, communities, and ...
 
A weekly podcast on public health and politics. Each week, Kyle and Amanda break down the latest public health news and the political influences that impact the lives of everyday Americans, businesses, and communities. They share their insight and experience from years working on Capitol Hill, HHS, and the CDC with listeners. Before starting their own business in August 2020, Kyle and Amanda served as the Chief of Staff and Deputy Chief of Staff at the CDC.
 
Abigail Meller is an aspiring activist, feminist, and a couple of other –ists, with a passion for health policy, advocacy work, and civil rights. Join her as she discusses current public health, healthcare policy, and social justice issues on Generation Invincible, a bi-weekly podcast by a millennial, for millennials.
 
Our mission at Public Health Decoded is to demystify public health research and make it accessible for everyone. Each month, two student hosts from Yale School of Public Health will focus on a popular public health - such as healthcare access, mental health, substance abuse - and interview experts in the field to help all of us understand the issue a bit better. We want to dive into public health issues that affect everyone to get you the latest on the research from the researchers themselves!
 
Let's bring the public back into public health. Produced by a team of NPR veterans, and hosted by a brother-sister duo -- she's a nurse practitioner, he's in health care PR -- The Public Health Podcast shares the rarely heard experiences of the women and men who really make our health systems run. Sign up for the The Public Health Podcast email at: http://eepurl.com/hgBeM5 Follow @RyanBirchmeier and @Thunder11PR on Twitter. The Public Health Podcast is a production of Thunder11, a strategic ...
 
When the COVID-19 pandemic began, Dr. Amber Schmidtke realized that there was a gap between the way that public health scientists look at data and how the public could understand it. Pairing her experience in public health at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and her skill with educating adult learners in the undergraduate and medical school setting, Dr. Schmidtke excels at making complex data meaningful for non-scientists. In this podcast, Dr. Schmidtke helps the public to unde ...
 
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Dr. Colby Zongol, a sexologist who specializes in sexual health and communication, is back for part 2 of our conversation on sexual health. This week, the topic switches from kids to adults. Even when we grow up, sex can still seem like an awkward, uncomfortable, or even shameful topic. As a result, adults of all ages may not feel comfortable talki…
 
Where are we with testing technology? Why is the demand for testing surging and are there enough tests? When is the best time to use at-home testing given the cost? What’s the difference between PCR and rapid antigen tests and how accurate are they in different circumstances? Dr. Gigi Gronvall gives an update on testing and answers questions with S…
 
This final episode in our DEI series features a discussion about the Health Equity Advancement Lab at the University of Iowa with PhD candidate, Jessica Andino. She chats with our crew about the opportunities for students and the importance of exploring these issues in an open an honest learning environment.A transcript of this episode will be avai…
 
New: the podcast also exists as a youtube video here:https://youtu.be/-RR-WL3Ll_4In the absence of a FDA authorization to vaccinate for children under the age of 12, teacher vaccination, non pharmaceutical measures and contact tracing are the tools available to allow for school reopening while the highly transmissible SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant” is s…
 
"There's a reason you don't see factories in Beverly Hills." Highways are not great. They are load, they are heat traps, they take up a lot of space, and living near one negatively impacts your health. Where we placed these huge highways were not done equitably. Discriminatory policies and infrastructure meant these highways targeted certain neighb…
 
You are about to hear an incredible conversation about the intentional journey of an entrepreneur from a public health pharmacist to a health content strategist, with stops along the way that include the CDC, Planned Parenthood, and more.저자 Dr. CH Huntley
 
In this episode of the Public Health Insight Podcast, Dr. Sereda remains with us to share her experience as the lead physician practicing street outreach medicine to support people who use street-level drugs, people living in homelessness, and women involved in the survival sex trade through London Intercommunity Health Centre’s Safe Opioid Supply …
 
This three-part career tips series is inspired by a blog post written and published in 2019 by Sujani titled: 3 strategies to build up your public health work experience, tested and proven by me. Today’s career tip spotlight is the third of these three strategies: tap into your network! Prior to starting PH SPOT, a common question that Sujani would…
 
McDermott+Consulting Vice President Debbie Curtis served as a chief of staff to a member of Congress and a member of the professional staff on the House Committee on Ways & Means, as well as a deputy director of the DC Health Benefit Exchange. On this episode of In the Trenches, McDermott partner and program host Brian Stimson sits down with Debbie…
 
In this episode of The Editor's Podcast, Dr. Lloyd Novick talks with JPHMP editorial board member John Auerbach about a new position he has taken at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Director of Intergovernmental and Strategic Affairs.저자 JPHMPDirect
 
The covid pandemic has spotlighted the often-unseen role of public health in Americans’ daily lives. And the picture has not all been pretty. What is public health and why is it so important — and controversial? Dr. Ashish Jha, dean of the Brown University School of Public Health, explains the basics. Then, Joanne Kenen of Politico and Lauren Weber…
 
On this episode, we dissect concerns at the southwest United States border, where health and governmental officials find themselves managing an extraordinarily complex situation, handling an increase in migration activity during a global pandemic. Pritesh Gandhi, MD, Chief Medical Officer, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and Erica Pan, MD, St…
 
Episode 79 - Charlie Robinson, host of the super-fast growing MacroAggressions Podcast stops by to share his health transformation with Chemical Free Body products (it's amazing!) and goes into great detail with me on some very important issues. Together we pull back the curtain on the corrupt media, mandates, and the “Not So Obvious” Establishment…
 
Congress is back in session with a short time to finish a long to-do list, including keeping the government operating and paying its bills. Hanging in the balance is President Joe Biden’s entire domestic agenda, including major changes proposed for Medicare, Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act. Meanwhile, the new Texas abortion law that bans the p…
 
In this episode our guest Karen Warner Schueler came by the cafe to share how she adapted when her life suddenly changed and she became a caregiver to her husband. She outlines some of the recommendations she has for resilient caregiving and shares how her experience led her to document a roadmap for others in her book, The Sudden Caregiver. Grab y…
 
There are many layers of public health interventions that can reduce the rate of transmission of the novel coronavirus. Social distancing, mask wearing, lockdowns and vaccines each nudge the reproduction number down. But you need all of them working together to make a significant impact, and that means you need the community on board. In this podca…
 
Mississippi is leading the nation in the rate of COVID deaths. Dr. Thomas Dobbs, the state’s health commissioner, talks with Dr. Josh Sharfstein about the state's pandemic crisis, including its impact on pregnant women, the role of misinformation, and the impact on the health care system.저자 The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
 
In this episode of the InOn Health podcast, Neil Lewis Jr., assistant professor at Cornell University, joins KP to discuss systemic and structural issues of inequity in American society and how they relate to health inequities and disparities. Neil explains how these themes correlate to behavioral science and public health communication. Neil’s pas…
 
Rachel Trobman of Upside Health shares how healthcare IT can support patients and providers in understanding and alleviating chronic pain. Full show notes here: https://michellemarketingstrategies.com/rachel-trobman-health-it-chronic-pain/ Need help growing a business or organization in the healthcare sector? Reach out to me at jennifer@michellemar…
 
Episode 82 - Tiffany Gidley won the Mrs. Oregon Title in 2021 while raising three children, running her real estate business, and helping her husband to overcome a brain cancer diagnosis. I have personally known Tiffany for over 11 years and I always considered her a hard-working person with a great attitude. With so much on her plate having her hu…
 
How can we help the planet by rethinking our diets? In a new book, Can Fixing Dinner Fix the Planet?, Dr. Jessica Fanzo, a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Global Food Policy and Ethics points out how our food options are often unhealthy for human bodies—and for the planet. Dr. Fanzo talks with Dr. Josh Sharfstein about making changes at both p…
 
A brief interlude about handwashing, and why you should always put the toilet cover down when flushing. P.S. For some reason parts of the audio got distorted, we don't know why and we sincerely apologize for the technical issue. -o- Twitter: https://twitter.com/EverythingisPH Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/everythingispublichealth Email: Everythi…
 
Talking to the young people in our lives about sex can be awkward and uncomfortable. But it doesn’t need to be. This week on Public Health Out Loud, co-hosts Dr. Jim McDonald and Dr. Philip Chan are talking about how parents and pediatricians can have age-appropriate conversations to raise sexually healthy children. Our guest expert this week is Dr…
 
This week, Alex and Alexis talk to Dr. Dwight Ferguson, currently of the US Public Health Service. Dr. Ferguson is also one of the recipients of this year's UI College of Public Health Outstanding Alumni Awards. You can read more about Dr. Ferguson and his career at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/2021-outstanding-alumni-award-recipients/A tran…
 
There is a long history of protecting health care workers during conflict, beginning with an 1859 battle in Italy that gave rise to the first Geneva Convention. But there’s never been a “golden age of compliance” and health care workers continue to face considerable risk while trying to reduce human suffering in war zones. Len Rubenstein, a public …
 
Have you heard of the term young caregiver? According to a study by V. Stamatopoulos there are over 1 million young caregivers in Canada. Today’s guest Kabisha Velauthapillai came by to share her experience as a young caregiver and the types of supports she thinks young caregivers need from the system and those around them. Grab your warm drink and…
 
Democrats have hit a snag in their effort to compile a $3.5 trillion social-spending bill this fall — moderates are resisting support for Medicare drug price negotiation provisions that would pay for many of the measure’s health benefit improvements. Meanwhile, the new abortion restrictions in Texas have moved the divisive issue back to the politic…
 
What is the Swiss Cheese Model and what does it have to do with safety and public health? This is a more conceptual episode in which we discuss a big picture concept that improves the structure of a system to be less error prone and more robust. You can find elements of this model in patient safety, security, and tech. The answer is many layers of …
 
For a year and a half, Johns Hopkins infectious disease doctor Kelly Gebo has been working with people who have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Gebo and a team of medical professionals triage COVID outpatients in a “pod” outside of the hospital where people diagnosed with COVID can come for convalescent plasma and care. Gebo talks about seeing patien…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to public attention, like never before, the work of public health physicians as well as epidemiologists, statisticians and computer modelers. The crisis also shown how hard it is to take decisions affecting the lives of millions when there is so little evidence to go on. Models of viral spread and interventions to …
 
In this episode of the InOn Health podcast, Carrie Paykoç, director of the Office of eHealth Innovation in Colorado, joins KP to discuss the intersection of public policy and technology and how it works to support all Coloradans for their health and wellbeing. Before joining Colorado’s Office of eHealth Innovation, Carrie previously held various po…
 
How do we know what’s in season and how to enjoy it? In this episode, we talk to Alice Zaslavsky and unpack the many benefits of eating seasonally, how we can best identify different fruits and vegetables in season, as well as a few cooking tips for Spring vegies along the way. Show notes: This interview was recorded during the current Victorian Co…
 
This episode is a massively inspiring one. We are lucky enough to welcome Aila Hoss, JD to the show to talk about the intersection of public health, the practice of law, and epidemiology, with a specific focus on how these subjects relate to tribal communities.저자 Dr. CH Huntley
 
In the period between 2016 and 2021, more than 19,000 Canadians have died of overdoses related to the toxic street supply of drugs. Opioid-related deaths have further increased during the COVID-19 pandemic as a result of a variety of factors, such as disruptions in wrap-around support services, reallocation of resources, and challenges to overall m…
 
Episode 81 - Todd Lamb’s love for his country led him into the military. After he was done with that chapter of his life he joined his wife at the police force where he ran a SWAT team for 20 years. Then his wife was in a bad car accident she ended up in pain, gaining weight, and on a bunch of medications. Todd was also taking medications for pain …
 
There are over 50 million Americans who are eligible to vote but are not registered. VoteEr is an organization at the intersection of health and voting, providing kits for health care offices and ERs that help patients check their registration status or easily register via a text message code while waiting to be seen. Dr. Alister Martin, VoteER’s f…
 
Bonus episode! MJ's hot take that is too hot for the main episode. Those big companies and the ultra wealthy are more responsible for climate change than any individual will ever be. -o- Twitter: https://twitter.com/EverythingisPH Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/everythingispublichealth Email: EverythingIsPublicHealth@gmail.com Support the show (h…
 
As adolescents return to school and all the activities they love, it’s important to keep them safe from COVID-19 and variants of concern. Getting people age 12 and older vaccinated is one of the best ways to protect them from COVID-19. This week, Dr. Jim McDonald and Dr. Philip Chan are talking about COVID-19 vaccination among adolescents. Our gues…
 
In recognition of the 20th anniversary of the 9-11 terrorist attacks and the Anthrax events in the weeks that followed, Dr. Josh Sharfstein talks with Dr. Tom Inglesby of the Center for Health Security about the transformational impacts these events had on public health. They discuss what the attacks revealed about the US’s vulnerabilities, how an …
 
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