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"Is This Normal?" is hosted by Dr. Jackie Iseler and Dr. Patrick Crane of the Michigan State University College of Nursing. Iseler and Crane tackle both tough and light-hearted topics affecting health care delivery in the United States, frequently inviting guests from the nursing field for a casual, conversational experience.
 
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An update of the city press releases since November 21st and a few details about items that are discussed in the releases. Links: King Road Homicides Information Page https://www.ci.moscow.id.us/1064/King-Road-Homicides 1999 Pullman Stabbings https://dnews.com/local/women-stabbed-in-pullman-apartment-two-wsu-students-victims-of-early-morning-assaul…
 
**This episode contains discussion of difficult topics that may make some listeners uncomfortable, including gun violence and suicide.**Today, Anya welcomes pediatric emergency medicine physician Dr. Chuck Jennissen from the Stead Family Department of Pediatrics at the University of Iowa. They discuss the safe storage of firearms to prevent childho…
 
Today, in an attempt to avoid rumors and conspiracies theories, we go straight to the source and read through the highlights of the Moscow Police Department's Press Releases about the murders in Moscow Idaho from November 13th through the most recent release on November 21st. Link to the press releases: https://www.ci.moscow.id.us/CivicAlerts.aspx?…
 
The introductory episode of Terror in a College Town: The University of Idaho Murders where the host discusses the initial details of the murder of four college students in Moscow, Idaho on November 13, 2022. Links of articles used: https://www.cnn.com/2022/11/20/us/university-of-idaho-killings-sunday/index.html https://www.cnn.com/2022/11/19/us/un…
 
In the final episode of our series on climate change, Radha and Anya talk with Stratis Giannakorous, the Director of the University of Iowa Office of Sustainability and the Environment. They chat about his path to environmental work, local sustainability efforts at the University of Iowa, the importance of equity, and the importance of both individ…
 
What is the One Health Concept and why is it important to understanding and achieving optimal health outcomes around the globe? Listen is as Anya explores the topic with Marianna Cota and Sarah King, two University of Iowa students involved in the One Health student group.Follow the UI One Health Student Group on Instagram at uionehealth.A transcri…
 
This is episode 3 in our series on climate change and features a terrific conversation with Dr. Cristina Poleacovschi, assistant professor in the Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering Department at Iowa State University. She discusses infrastructure inequities that are exposed because of climate change and how they effect refugees and …
 
In the second episode of our series on climate change, Anya and Radha welcome guest Dr. Charles Stanier the from University of Iowa College of Engineering. They discuss what we can do at the structure and systemic levels and even the individual household level to combat climate change.Learn more about Dr. Stanier and his work at https://www.stanier…
 
This is the first episode of a four part series exploring different aspects of climate change and it's various impacts.This week Anya chats with Dr. Peter Thorne, professor in the University of Iowa College of Public Health’s Department of Occupational & Environmental Health and co-director of the Environmental Health Sciences Research Center. He h…
 
You've probably been hearing a lot about Monkeypox in the news lately. But what is it exactly, where does it come from, how is it transmitted, and how dangerous is it? This week, Ben talks with University of Iowa infectious diseases experts Michael Pentella and Christine Petersen and gets the scoop on Monkeypox.A transcript of this episode is avail…
 
On this episode, Patrick and Jackie talk to BSN student Eleanor Hoss about her journey to selecting an undergraduate nursing program, lessons learned along the way and why she is glad to be a Spartan Nurse.저자 Michigan State University College of Nursing
 
This week, Eric talks with Brett Faine and Ken Saag, recipients of the UI College of Publc Health's 2022 Outstanding Alumni Awards. They cover a lot of ground including their unique career paths, collaborative projects, and advice for current students. A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-…
 
As public health professionals and students, understanding how to effectively communicate and talk about public health and social issues is very important. This week's episode is a conversation with Dr. Julie Sweetland from the Frameworks Institute about framing public health communications.To learn more about this topic, visit:https://www.framewor…
 
Health equity is becoming increasingly important in communities and an area of interest for many researchers, health care providers, and public health practitioners. This week's episode is a conversation about the Equity and Health Science and Practice group at the University of Iowa and their work in a variety of areas including COVID19 and diabet…
 
Anya's guests, Bonnie Rubin, Tricia Kitzmann, McKenna Deaton, and Mitchell Wisniewski talk about their involvement in a new initiative with an awesome name; the UI College of Public Health Strike Force. The Strike Force is a group of students that provides support to health organizations and non-profit organizations throughout Iowa, nationally and …
 
This week, Logan talks with Morgan Kennedy from the University of Iowa Free Mobile Clinic. It's an great conversation about the community value of the mobile clinic and providing care and access to underserved populations, and is a nice complimentary episode to last week's ep. about the IC Free Medical and Dental Clinic.Learn more about the Mobile …
 
Bernadette Melnyk, dean of the Ohio State University College of Nursing as well as OSU's chief wellness officer, comes on the show to talk about wellness, nursing and how and when both can — and should — overlap.저자 Michigan State University College of Nursing
 
Barbara Vinograde and Dr. Cecilia Norris from the Iowa City Free Medical and Dental Clinic join Eric and Anya for a great conversation about the clinic and its role in supporting the community and public health.You can read more about the Iowa City Free Medical and Dental Clinic at https://freemedicalclinic.org/A transcript of this episode is avail…
 
This week's episode features a great conversation with Dr. Karen Brust, the new hospital epidemiologist at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. She talks with Radha and Anya about disease prevention in the hospital setting, the importance of teamwork, changes in the field, and more!A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.publi…
 
Carol Johnson from the University of Iowa's newborn screening program is our guest this week. She joins Ben and Anya in a conversation about the public health importance of newborn screening, maternal and child health, and the overall positive impact that screening programs have in their communities.More about newborn screening at https://bit.ly/3Q…
 
Public health grad students stay busy in the summer with internships and practicum projects. This week Anya talks with Madelyn Lemons, Bella Reyes, and Haley Wilson about their their practicum experiences, what they've learned, and how they've prepared for their careers in public health.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.publi…
 
In our final episode on vector-borne diseases, Anya and Ben talk with Dr. Kiersten Kugeler from the CDC about the role that fleas can play in spreading disease and which diseases they can carry.To learn more, visit cdc.gov/fleas A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-flea-borne…
 
In the second and final part of this two-part episode, blogger Robyn King shares more of her experiences facing disparities in health care as a patient. Alabama-based CNS Caitlin Moore discusses some of the simple things nurses can do to help their patients from marginalized communities.저자 Michigan State University College of Nursing
 
In the second episode of our series on vector-borne diseases, Anya talks with Dr. Christine Petersen about tick surveillance and tick-borne diseases.Here are a few related resources about tick-borne diseases:• https://tickapp.us/ • https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/iowainvestigators-use-search-history-data-to-predict-lyme-disease-rates…
 
This is the first of a 3-part series on vector-borne diseases (transmitted by insects). Today's episode features a interview with Dr. Ryan Smith, entomologist at Iowa State University. He talks with Radha and Anya about about mosquito surveillance and mosquito-borne diseases.Look for upcoming episodes on tick and flea-borne diseases.A transcript of…
 
Logan and Anya host a great conversation with Jesse Gavin, Wellness Director for the Baylor College of Medicine. They talk about the importance of workplace health and wellness and the increasing frequency of worker burnout.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-workplace-welln…
 
This is a great conversation with long-time University of Iowa faculty member, Tom Vaughn. As he prepares to retire from a distinguished career, Tom talks with Eric and Anya about the changes he's seen in healthcare and health administration and offers academic and career advice for students.A transcript of the episode is available at https://www.p…
 
In the first of a two-part episode, Patrick and Jackie talk to blogger Robyn King and Alabama-based clinical nurse specialist Caitlin Moore about the disparities they have seen or experienced in health care as a result of the patient's race, and ways to fix these systemic issues.저자 Michigan State University College of Nursing
 
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