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In this episode of "From the Front Row," the hosts say goodbye to two student podcasters who are graduating. They discuss the challenges they faced during their academic journey and offer advice to incoming students. The hosts also reflect on how hosting the podcast has influenced their perspective on their field of study and improved their communi…
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This episode features a panel discussion on rural healthcare, sponsored by the Student Association of Rural Health at the University of Iowa College of Public Health. The panelists emphasized the importance of relationships and community and discussed the need for rural primary care providers to be comfortable with being uncomfortable and knowing w…
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Dr. Sivakami, a professor at the Tata Institute of Social Science in India, discusses her background in population studies and her transition from quantitative to qualitative research methods. She emphasizes the importance of collaboration and international recognition in advancing research goals. Dr. Sivakami also discusses her work on menstrual h…
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This week's episode is a panel discussion on rural pharmacies hosted by the University of Iowa's Student Association for Rural Health. The panelists included Erin Riffel, Pharmacist in Charge at Cornerstone Apothecary in Marengo, Iowa; Sarah Fitzpatrick, a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist at Washington County Hospital & Clinics; and Jeanine Abrons, a C…
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Lauren welcomes Dr. Mark Berg and Kaylin Campbell from the University of Iowa's Public Policy Center to talk about intimate partner violence (IPV) from sociological, psychological, and public health perspectives and how views and policies about IPV have been changing.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/n…
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Dr. Marius Ungureanu, executive director of the Cluj School of Public Health in Romania and Dr. Radu Meza professor in journalism and media at Babeș-Bolyai University in Romania join Rasika and Victor for a conversation about the healthcare systems and public health issues in the US and Romania and how digital communications strategies play a role …
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Lauren welcomes Dr. Amy Ogilvie to the podcast for a discussion about her personal and professional interest in Huntington's Disease as well as her journey to earn a PhD in Epidemiology.A transcript of this episode will be available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-discussing-huntingtons-disease-with-amy-ogilvie/…
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Michelle Miller from the UI's PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) Clinic joins Rasika for a great conversation about HIV prevention.Learn more about the PrEP Clinic at: https://uihc.org/services/prep-clinicA transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-hiv-prevention-and-the-university-of-…
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Rasika has a great chat with Dr. Ken Anderson about the creation of Cambus, the University of Iowa's free bus service, and how access to free, convenient public transportation benefits the larger Iowa City community as well.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-public-transpor…
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Enjoy this great chat with UI College of Public Health alumna and 2023 Outstanding Alumni Award recipient, Kelsey Feller. She is bureau chief of Data Sharing, Privacy and Open Records in the Division of Compliance at the Iowa Department of Health and Human Services (IDHHS) where she balances the importance of data security and privacy with facilita…
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This week Lauren welcomes Carla Britton, lead epidemiologist/ deputy director of the Alaska Native Epidemiology Center in Anchorage and recipient of our 2023 Outstanding Alumni Award. The discuss Carla's non-traditional path to her current career as well as her work with Alaska's Native population and some of the challenges of public health work in…
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Amy welcomes Ti Hsu, a PhD candidate in clinical psychology at the University of Iowa to discuss stereotypes and stigma surrounding the mental health of Asian Americans and creating culturally responsive therapy services among different populations.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-…
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Garrett has a great chat with Walter Linares from the Iowa City Bike Library as they discuss the public health benefits of biking and community-wide access to cycling resources.Learn more about the bike library at https://www.icbikelibrary.org/A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front…
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Rasika welcomes guest Mariah Gesink, a hospital epidemiologist, to discuss the upcoming cold and flu season and steps you can take to lessen the chances of getting sick.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-infection-prevention-with-hospital-epidemiologist-mariah-gesink/Have a…
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Lauren's guest is Peggy Shepard, co-founder and executive director of WE ACT for Environmental Justice. Peggy has long history of organizing and engaging Northern Manhattan residents in community-based planning and campaigns to address environmental protection and environmental health policy locally and nationally.Read more about WE ACT for Environ…
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Rasika welcomes second-year Master of Health Administration students AnnaVay and Jashanjot to discuss their summer internship experiences and the valuable opportunities they provide for learning, networking, and professional growth.A transcription of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-mha-…
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Adriana welcomes Dr. Oluwafemi Adeagbo from the University of Iowa's Department of Community and Behavioral Health for a wide-ranging discussion about HIV stigma, social determinants of health, medical ethics, health disparities, and more.A transcription of tis episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-ro…
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Night Slice is a new initiative from the University of Iowa's Women's Resource and Action Center that's designed to create a safe, alcohol-free, after-hours environment to help combat alcohol-related crimes on campus. Join Lauren and Jada and they welcome guests Nina Morrison and Sumita Subramani to discuss the program.A transcript of this episode …
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In August 2023, Iowa City's public bus system became a free service for all riders...no fare, no pass...just hop on. In this week's episode, Amy welcomes Darian Nagle-Gamm to discuss the program, its source of funding, long-term plans, and the public health and equity benefits of free public transportation.Read more about the service at https://www…
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In this episode, Lauren welcomes representatives from the University of Iowa's Food Pantry and Clothing Closet, two on-campus organizations that assist students, staff, and faculty in meeting their basic needs, and discuss the importance of food and clothing accessibility and affordability for college students to survive and maintain a healthy life…
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This week, Rasika and Lauren welcome Edith Parker, dean of the UI College of Public Health. They touch on a wide array of subjects including what's new this semester, curriculum updates, technology and education, and Dean Parker's vision for the future of the college.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/n…
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Amy welcomes representatives from Neighborhood Centers of Johnson County to talk about the connections with the community and the important work they do to provide resources and support for immigrants and low-income populations in the Iowa City area.Learn more about NCJC and their 50th anniversary celebration at https://ncjc.org/index.htmlA transcr…
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This is the final episode of our series examining recent legislation restricting abortion in Iowa and its potential impact on public health.Lauren's guest is Dr. Abbey Hardy-Fairbanks, OBGYN at University of Iowa Healthcare and medical director of Iowa City's Emma Goldman Clinic who shares her perspectives on the bill and discusses the future of ab…
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This is the 2nd episode of a 3-part series examining recent legislation restricting abortion in Iowa and its potential impact on public health.Lauren's guest is Dr. Stephanie Radke, OBGYN at University of Iowa Healthcare who talks about Iowa's "Fetal Heartbeat" bill from a public health, medical, and healthcare perspective, including potential impa…
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New Season....New Episode! We kick-off season #5 with the first episode of a series examining recent legislation restricting abortion in Iowa and its potential impact on public health. Lauren's guest is professor Todd Pettys from the University of Iowa College of Law who gives a legal history of abortion rights in the US and Iowa and provides backg…
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In this final episode of the season, we bid 'farewell' to student hosts Anya and Radha. They share their experiences as grad students and plans for the future as well as highlights and favorite memories from their time as podcasters sitting in "the front row."A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-item…
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Anya welcomes Dr. Pramōd Dwivedī , Director of Linn County (IA) Public Health and President-Elect of the National Association of County Health Officials (NACCHO). They talk about how public health works at the local level and how it dovetails with big picture work at the national level.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public…
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In this episode, we bid farewell to graduating podcasters Ben Sindt, Logan Schmidt, and Eric Ramos. They share their thoughts and experiences from their time at the University of Iowa College of Public Health and talk about what the future holds for them.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/fro…
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Rasika and Lauren welcome their guest Meg Duffy (11MHA, MPH), University of Iowa MHA alumna and current Health Strategy & Partnerships Principal at Root, which is a segment of Accenture. They discuss Meg's career path, strategy, leadership, and innovation in healthcare, and the value of relationships and people.A transcript of this episode is avail…
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Our guest this week is Laurie Baedke, Director of Healthcare Leadership Programs at Creighton University, and author of two books; "The Emerging Healthcare Leader: A Field Guide," and "Mentor, Coach, Lead to Peak Professional Performance."Laurie chats will Rasika and Lauren about the importance of leadership and mentorship in the healthcare field a…
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In our 3rd episode featuring public health leaders from the deBeaumont Foundation's latest group of '40 Under 40 in Public Health' honorees, Radha and Lauren welcome Jessica Ehule to discuss maternal and child health and the disparities that exist across populations. Jessica was Director of Programs at CityMatCH when the episode was recorded and is…
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In our 2nd episode featuring public health leaders from the deBeaumont Foundation's latest group of '40 Under 40 in Public Health' honorees, Eric and Anya welcome Sonia Jordan from the Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department in Kansas for a wide-ranging chat about public health informatics, connecting with the community, how local public health w…
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This is the first in a series of episodes featuring public health leaders from the deBeaumont Foundation's latest group of '40 Under 40 in Public Health' honorees.Anya and Rasika welcome Natalie Kasiborski, Assistant Professor at Michigan State University and public health consultant, and touch on a wide array of public health-related topics includ…
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Radha and Anya host representatives and volunteers from the University of Iowa's Women's Resource and Action Center (WRAC) to talk about Period Poverty, the lack of access to menstrual hygiene products, and WRAC's efforts to address the issue in the community and the UI campus.Learn more about WRAC and how you can get involved at https://wrac.uiowa…
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Anya and Adriana host a terrific, informative episode about the HPV vaccine with pediatrician Dr. Nathan Boonstra. They cover the effectiveness and safety of the vaccine and discuss myths and misinformation.Here's a link to a series of stories about HPV-related cancer survivors in Iowa, mentioned in the episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwUP…
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Today's episode is a lively conversation with Peter Teahen, a funeral director, mass casualty response expert, and airline pilot. Garrett and Rasika chat with Peter about the essential concepts of emergency response and the ethics of caring for both the survivors and respondents during an emergency.Read more about the Flight to End Polio at www.fli…
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Joe Cavanaugh, professor and head of the University of Iowa Department of Biostatistics is this week's guest. He chats with Amy and Anya about the central role that biostatistics plays in public health and medical research and explains the concept of P-value and its use in biostats.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-hea…
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Logan and Lauren welcome Bonnie and Mark Barnes, founders of The DAISY Foundation, a non-profit organization that expresses gratitude to nurses with programs that recognize them for the extraordinary compassionate, skillful care they provide patients and families. Learn more about the DAISY Foundation at https://www.daisyfoundation.org/A transcript…
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Adriana and Amy welcome Jessica Andino to the show to discuss affordable housing and its impact on health and wellbeing. Jessica is a current PhD student at the University of Iowa and also serves as the Executive Director of the Johnson County Affordable Housing Coalition.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.…
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NEW EPISODE! Rasika and Radha welcome MHA student Emily Molden to discuss the Upstream Initiative, an interdisciplinary group of graduate health professions students, nursing students, and undergraduate students who volunteer in the High-Risk Obstetrics Clinic at University of Iowa Health Care and serve to connect patients with resources in their h…
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Encore Episode from April, 2022: Rural communities face many unique public health challenges and this week, Radha and her guests take a look at the behavioral health needs and challenges facing rural America. She talks with Dr. Keith Mueller, Director of the RUPRI Center for Rural Health Policy Analysis, PhD student Hannah Rochford, and Dr. Alana K…
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This is one of our favorite episodes from 2022: a conversation with psychiatrist, author, and Peabody Award-winning producer and director, Dr. Kenneth Paul Rosenberg. He's the author of "Bedlam: An Intimate Journey Into America's Mental Health Crisis."Anya, Alexis, and Dr. Rosenberg talk about the challenges of creating work that could be seen as c…
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What is "food insecurity" and how does it impact college campuses? Radha and new crew member Rasika Mukkamala welcome Stephanie Beecher and Amanda Dougherty to discuss food insecurity and how it impacts the University of Iowa and on-campus resources to help students, faculty, and staff meet their basic needs.Links for more information:https://basic…
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This week, we welcome 5 new members to our student podcasting crew and get to know a little bit about them and their interests in public health; Adriana Kotchkoski, Lauren Lavin, Rasika Mukkamala, Garrett Naughton, and Amy Wu.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-meet-the-new-…
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NEW EPISODE: Radha and new crew member Garrett Naughton host a conversation with Austin Tang, a PhD student in geographical & sustainability sciences and MPH student in biostatistics at the University of Iowa. The talk about medical geography, its application in public health, Austin's recent study on pediatric lead poisoning in Chicago.Read more a…
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From 2019...Check out this great interview with William Moore, a health educator for Saint Paul Ramsey County Public Health and a Certified Perinatal Educator (doula) and lactation educator, the first male doula in the history of the state of Minnesota.Have an question for our podcast crew or an idea for an episode? You can email them at CPH-GradAm…
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From 2019...check out this great interview with Dr. Leah Casanave, an epidemiologist at Douglas County Health Department in Omaha, Neb. As a public health practitioner, Leah strives to use innovative evidence-based solutions when addressing priority health issues and currently leads and manages the STD Prevention and Control Program.Have an questio…
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From 2019...this is a terrific conversation with Dr. Brittany Marshall of the CDC Foundation. The first of a series featuring public health professionals listed in the de Beaumont Foundation's '40 under 40 in Public Health.'Have an question for our podcast crew or an idea for an episode? You can email them at CPH-GradAmbassador@uiowa.eduYou can als…
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Check out this episode from 2019...an informative interview with Dr. Jeffrey Hom, policy advisor in the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, where he provides guidance to the Health Commissioner on programs and policies related to the well-being of all Philadelphians.Have an question for our podcast crew or an idea for an episode? You can emai…
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Check out this episode from 2019...a terrific interview with Dr. Joseph Kanter, Assistant State Health Officer and Region One Medical Director art the Louisiana Department of Health. He is the lead public health official for the Greater New Orleans area, where he coordinates clinical services, emergency preparedness, infectious disease control, and…
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