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Casual Inference

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Casual Inference

Lucy D'Agostino McGowan and Ellie Murray

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Keep it casual with the Casual Inference podcast. Your hosts Lucy D'Agostino McGowan and Ellie Murray talk all things epidemiology, statistics, data science, causal inference, and public health. Sponsored by the American Journal of Epidemiology.
 
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COMPLEXITY

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COMPLEXITY

Santa Fe Institute, Michael Garfield

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Far-reaching conversations with a worldwide network of scientists and mathematicians, philosophers and artists developing new frameworks to explain our universe's deepest mysteries. Join host Michael Garfield at the Santa Fe Institute each week to learn about your world and the people who have dedicated their lives to exploring its emergent order: their stories, research, and insights…
 
This podcast might not actually kill you, but it covers so many things that can. Each episode tackles a different disease, from its history, to its biology, and finally, how scared you need to be. Ecologists and epidemiologists Erin Welsh and Erin Allmann Updyke make infectious diseases acceptable fodder for dinner party conversation and provide the perfect cocktail recipe to match.
 
The Lancet Respiratory Medicine publishes a range of article types in respiratory medicine and critical care. These include Original Research, Reviews, Personal Views, Comments, and News articles. Topics include but are not limited to asthma, COPD, tobacco control, critical care, lung cancer, cystic fibrosis, pneumonia, sarcoidosis, mesothelioma, sleep medicine, and respiratory infections.
 
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SERious EPI

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SERious EPI

Sue Bevan - Society for Epidemiologic Research

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SERious EPI is a podcast hosted by Hailey Banack and Matt Fox where leading epidemiology researchers are interviewed on cutting edge and novel methods. Interviews focus on why these methods are so important, what problems they solve, and how they are currently being used.
 
Welcome to Epi After Dark - the newest attraction from the transdimensional, Circus of Scientific Curiosity. Join the Master of Ceremonies and Curious Wanderer as they make their way through the the Dystopian Dimension known as The House of Opportunists, while the Ringmaster tells us the story of the week. Join as they cross vast landscape weaving the stories across time and space.
 
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Better Off

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Better Off

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

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How can we make our families, communities, and our world a little bit better during the COVID-19 crisis, and beyond? That’s the question we’re asking on Better Off, a new podcast from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. In each episode of Better Off, host Anna Fisher-Pinkert will introduce you to the people who are hunting down solutions to current public health challenges, and innovating to solve public health problems that we haven’t even imagined yet.
 
Standard Precautions and Beyond: Conversations in Infection Prevention and Control discusses current topics in infection prevention and control. This podcast brings together subject matter experts with extensive knowledge in areas like infectious disease, control and prevention, epidemiology and surveillance, behavioral health, public health preparedness, forecasting and modeling, and pediatrics to address issues related to the management and response to emerging and reemerging infectious di ...
 
In an informal setting, Dr Gemma Winzor talks to expert guests about current research, challenges and opinions in infection prevention and control (IPC). An engaging listen for infection control specialists, healthcare professionals or anybody with an interest in infection control, microbiology, epidemiology or healthcare more broadly. The podcast covers a wide variety of subjects in infection control, allowing the stories behind recent research to come to the front as guests discuss their p ...
 
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Viral Load

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Viral Load

Brett Bayles (a professor) / Andy Pupa (not a professor)

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The disease podcast for a diseased world!Hosts: Brett Bayles (a professor) & Andy Pupa (not a professor) gleefully explore the weird and wacky world of diseases on a changing planet.
 
The Certification Board of Infection Control and Epidemiology, Inc. (CBIC) is a voluntary autonomous multidisciplinary board that provides direction for and administers the certification process for professionals in infection control and applied epidemiology. The mission of CBIC is to provide pathways to assess and maintain infection prevention competency.
 
The Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health is a truly international journal that encompasses all aspects of epidemiology and public health. It publishes original research, opinions and materials concerned with the study and improvement of communities worldwide. * The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. The content of this podcast does not constitute medical advice and it is not intended to function as a substitute for a healthcare practitioner’s judgement, patient care ...
 
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Let's Learn Everything!

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Let's Learn Everything!

Tom Lum, Caroline Roper, Ella Hubber

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Science communicators Ella Hubber, Tom Lum, and Caroline Roper share anything and everything interesting! Each episode they teach each other about a science topic, answer a question, and learn about a miscellaneous topic. Whether it's bugs on drugs, temporal illusions, or reality tv, there's so much out there, so let's learn everything! Join our Discord, email us, and follow us everywhere at https://www.LetsLearnEverythingPod.com
 
Driving the Discussion in Fatty Liver Disease. Join hepatology researcher and Key Opinion Leader Stephen Harrison, Liver Wellness Advocate Louise Campbell, and Forecasting and Pricing Guru Roger Green as they discuss the issues affecting the evolving NASH market from their own unique perspectives on the Surfing the NASH Tsunami podcast. #NASH #NAFLD #FattyLiver
 
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The Symbiotic Podcast

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The Symbiotic Podcast

The Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences

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Evolution is about more than survival of the fittest. It's also about the survival of the most cooperative. Join us as we explore the collaborative side of life sciences research and work to consciously evolve science itself. This podcast is a production of Penn State University's Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences. Watch the video versions, complete with cool animations at www.thesymbioticpodcast.com
 
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Medspire

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Medspire

Anvarjon Mukhammadaminov/ Sanketh Rampes

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At Medspire we interview leading researchers and clinicians with the aim of inspiring the next generation of doctors and scientists. Hear from leaders within their respective fields, about their career paths, lessons learnt along the way and advice for those starting out. We hope you enjoy! "Music: www.bensound.com"
 
These are the stories of a very talkative 26 year old gal, aka Emily, trying to navigate and make the most of her 20s. From living in this coronavirus craziness, to online dating and working multiple jobs in the arts, no topic is off limits. Tune in weekly for new stories and to hear from other guests in their 20s! Podcast artwork by: Mallory Kurkjian Podcast intro: "Paralyze Me" instrumental by Tommy Bravos Podcast outro: "Charming" instrumental by Tommy Bravos
 
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ECDC: On Air

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ECDC: On Air

European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control

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A peek behind the scenes at the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control - the EU agency that aims to identify, assess and communicate current and emerging threats to human health posed by infectious diseases in Europe. Hear from our experts on a wide range of topics as they discuss the things that matter, and give you a crash course in Epidemiology 101.
 
Stories from the PHI/CDC Global Health Fellowship Program, a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-funded program, implemented by the Public Health Institute, where Fellows are guided by leading global health experts from the CDC. Fellows work on the front lines of global health, developing the technical and professional skills needed to make meaningful contributions to today’s global health challenges.
 
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Dr. Charles Lynch is an influential, long-time faculty member and epidemiologist at the University of Iowa, perhaps best known as the Medical Director and Principal Investigator of the State Health Registry of Iowa/Iowa Cancer Registry.This week's episode is a terrific wide-ranging conversation with Dr. Lynch, hosted by Alex and Radha. They chat ab…
 
This episode’s guest became interested in public health at a younger age than most. She is a public health consultant, certified health education specialist and project management practitioner who is passionate about compassionate health care and community engagement. Tune in to hear who she serves, what she does for them, and the mechanisms she re…
 
Monkey Pox is not as much of a concern as some might think. The World Health Organisation has identified more than 90 cases of the disease across the US, England, Australia and Canada Belgium has put in place a 21-day quarantine period for people who catch it. Canterbury University Professor of Epidemiology Arindam Basu says told Kate Hawkesby we a…
 
This conversation is centered on Mazen Noureddin's portion of Madrigal's disease-focused presentation at the Chronic Liver Disease Foundation's LiverConnect meeting this past March in Scottsdale, AZ. Mazen addresses issues of NAFLD Pathophysiology and NASH epidemiology, after which he answers questions and reviews key elements of the presentation w…
 
Atrial fibrillation may reach pandemic proportions in the next 2-3 decades. Factors that drive this phenomenon have been studied in predominantly White populations, leading to a significant underrepresentation of certain racial/ethnic groups in atrial fibrillation epidemiological studies. Most atrial fibrillation epidemiology studies suggest that t…
 
The classic tale of epidemiology almost always begins with public health hero John Snow traipsing all over London to track down the source of the 1854 cholera epidemic, ultimately identified as the Broad Street Pump. While Snow’s famous endeavor earned him the title “the father of field epidemiology”, it turns out, as it so often does, that the rea…
 
In this episode, Dexter James Wiseman, MD, discusses the epidemiology and risk factors for RSV in older adults, including: Overview Disease burden based on age Seasonality Impact in care facilities Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic Presenter: Dexter James Wiseman, MD Clinical Research Fellow NHLI Imperial College Physician Respiratory Medicine Royal…
 
New guidelines for school uniforms are being praised as a step in the right direction . The Human Rights Commission has released non-binding standards, to help schools align their policies with the Bill of Rights. It includes consistency with the Treaty of Waitangi and consideration of non-gendered uniforms. Otago University public health researche…
 
Police say they’re disgusted by the shootings happening in Auckland. They can join the club, we all are. And although it’s believed to be gangs feuding in some kind of reignited turf war, two of the houses shot at had no gang links whatsoever, Police revealed. How disturbing, and as Police say, disgusting. Police also say they’ll be increasing thei…
 
Some consumers are fizzed up over Cocoa-Cola's decision to axe two of its soft drink flavours. Coke Zero and Coke No Sugar will soon be merged into one new flavour, Coke Zero Sugar. Auckland University marketing expert Bodo Lang told Kate Hawkesby outrage caused by the move shows how attached people become to brands. He says you'd expect the critic…
 
In this episode, Sharon R. Lewin, AO, FRACP, PhD, FAHMS, discusses: Principles for antiviral agent use in nonhospitalized patients Preferred and alternative treatment options Treatment prioritization when there are logistical or supply constraints Outpatient remdesivir use PINETREE data (adult patients) CARAVAN data (pediatric patients) FDA approva…
 
The Reserve Bank is expected to lift the OCR to its highest level again since 2016. Economists are predicting a lift of another 50 basis points, trying to cool demand while we deal with rising inflation. It's also predicted all mortgage rates will be above 6 percent over the coming year. John Bolton is the founder of mortgage broker Squirrel and he…
 
New data suggests our shopping habits have changed for the long term. NZ Post's e-Commerce Spotlight report says online shopping was up 31 percent this quarter, compared to the previous year. To put it in context, it's up 86 percent compared to 2020. Even though we're out of Covid lockdowns, questions are being raised as to whether shoppers and bus…
 
Hands up if you had no idea yesterday was a traffic light announcement day. My hand is up. I was so oblivious, it was like stepping back in time, I thought the Herald had the wrong headline up when it ran front page news that Chris Hipkins had announced we were staying in an Orange light. Really? No kidding. Didn’t even know the prospect of coming …
 
In this episode, Dennis M. Bier MD Young Career Editor Kevin C. Klatt, PhD, RD speaks with Mark A. Levine, MD, Section Chief of the Molecular and Clinical Nutrition Section of the Digestive Disease Branch at the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Levine’s laboratory conducts basic, translational and clinical research to better understand Vitamin C …
 
Our tapeworm episode last week mentioned the remarkable finding of tapeworm eggs in a 270 million-year old shark coprolite, that is, fossilized feces. And this certainly wasn’t the first time coprolites have come up on the podcast; we’ve referenced them several times before, mostly when discussing early histories of parasitic worms. But there is so…
 
It’s another session of CardioNerds Rounds! In these rounds, Co-Chairs, Dr. Karan Desai and Dr. Natalie Stokes and Dr. Tiffany Dong (FIT at Cleveland Clinic) joins Dr. Randall Starling (Professor of Medicine and Director of Heart Transplant and Mechanical Circulatory Support at Cleveland Clinic) to discuss the nuances of guideline directed medical …
 
It might be hard to catch people using their phones when they're driving. Waka Kotahi is starting a six-month trial in Auckland, with cameras set up to detect people using their mobiles. The Agency says it wants to find out how widespread the problem is. Crash investigator Hamish Piercy told Kate Hawkesby it could be challenging to make images from…
 
With our mental health rates looking pretty dire, we need to think outside the box to try different treatment methods. Over in the UK, they're trying stand-up comedy. Comedy on Referral is a course for trauma survivors to try stand-up. It's been so successful, it now has NHS funding to expand the programme to men at risk of suicide. Comedian and fo…
 
A helping hand to ensure residents near Christchurch's wastewater plant can get their clothes dried in fresh air. The city's Student Volunteer Army has launched a new service, offering to pick up and dry clean laundry for people suffering from the stench. Founder and CEO Sam Johnson told Kate Hawkesby the service will be needed over the coming mont…
 
I note the Greens are back at it with their ‘lower the voting age’ routine. And by Greens, I mean Golriz Ghahraman. She’s calling for the voting age to be lowered to 16. Here’s the problem with that – it’s never going to happen. It’s a waste of time and energy. Golriz says that, “16 to 17-year-olds are a very engaged group and have stood for what t…
 
Weary traveller, let Rahul, Bec and Jupiter’s 79 moons be your guides as we haul you up the third and final segment of the hypertension series. At the summit we take you on a high pressure hike through the assessment and secondary causes of the old HTN under the auspices of a curiously one dimensional character called Mountain.…
 
View the Show Notes Page for This Episode Become a Member to Receive Exclusive Content Sign Up to Receive Peter’s Weekly Newsletter Kelsey Chittick is the author of Second Half: Surviving Loss and Finding Magic in the Missing. In this episode, Kelsey describes her long healing process following the sudden death of her husband, former NFL player Nat…
 
All eyes on what incoming Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will do around 501 deportees. He took a softer stance on key issues throughout the campaign, including opposing the Morrison government's bid to increase 501 deportations 501 Support Advocate and Iwi in Aus co-founder Filipa Payne told Kate Hawkesby the policy has been a point of …
 
Manchester City clinched a sixth Premier League title in 11 seasons today by scoring three times in five minutes to come from behind to beat Aston Villa 3-2 in the finale to avoid being toppled by challenger Liverpool. City was trailing 2-0 to Villa until İlkay Gündoğan began the comeback in the 76th. Rodri equalised two minutes later and Gündoğan …
 
While media were quick to report that a win for Albanese and the independents was a win for climate change and a more liberal approach to governance, I think there was a chunk of voters who just voted for change. In other words – anyone but Morrison. It’s a story the world over and one our government will be acutely aware of. Regimes who presided o…
 
This conversation is centered on Marcelo Kugelmas's portion of Madrigal's disease-focused presentation at the Chronic Liver Disease Foundation's LiverConnect meeting this past March in Scottsdale, AZ. Marcelo addresses issues of NAFLD patient screening and NASH patient management. Afterwards, he answers questions and reviews key elements of the pre…
 
Louise Campbell starts this discussion by citing her sources of optimism about NASH drug development: (i) the high likelihood of getting a drug to market over the next couple of years, which will lead to better education of patients and providers alike; (ii) FDA looking for more inclusion and diversity about drug trials, which will provide even mor…
 
As our world knits together, economic interdependencies change in both shape and nature. Supply chains, finance, labor, technological innovation, and geography interact in puzzling nonlinear ways. Can we step back far enough and see clearly enough to make sense of these interactions? Can we map the landscape of capability across scales? And what in…
 
This conversation is part of a broader overview of NASH drug development in 2022, led by Stephen Harrison and Jörn Schattenberg. It starts with Louise Campbell asking whether design and management of the ongoing trials will provide sufficient granularity on matching patient types to medications or drug classes. Stephen Harrison notes that we have n…
 
This conversation is part of a broader overview of NASH drug development in 2022, led by Stephen Harrison and Jörn Schattenberg. It starts with Jörn commenting on the exceptional scope of opportunities for deep data dives and new learning, which becomes a lead-in for him to ask Stephen about the scope of data available from Intercept. From there, t…
 
This conversation is part of a broader overview of NASH drug development in 2022, led by Stephen Harrison and Jörn Schattenberg. Stephen starts this conversation by noting that the mechanics of the drug development pathway, which we discussed earlier this year in the context of NASH-TAG and strategies on how to shift away from traditional metrics, …
 
Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese are doing a last-minute blitz of marginal seats, ahead of tomorrow's Australian election. 2GB's Michael McLaren told Kate Hawkesby the vote could still to go either way. “I think it will be closer than opinion polls and in fact a lot of people suggest it might be.” LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Time will tell how many people will actually benefit from changes to help first home buyers. House price caps for the First Home Grant have been lifted in many parts of the country, while the caps for the First Home Loans scheme will be removed entirely. First Home Buyers' Club Director Lesley Harris told Kate Hawkesby the bank's criteria is key. S…
 
A rare moment of agreement across the political divide as National's Leader says he's supportive of the idea to scrap the school decile system. Christopher Luxon told Kate Hawkesby deciles were too broad. He says what they proposed was to use data which highlights the families who are doing it tough, and schools are allocated money in an anonymised…
 
A group of people unsoothed at yesterday's Budget is of course the nurses - who've been crying out for support for ages - yet got nothing. And this comes as our number of Covid deaths passed the milestone of a thousand this week, just as a new round of Covid seems to be slowly taking hold of our colleagues here, and some family and friends too. You…
 
This week we say goodbye to graduating senior podcast hosts, Lexi Fahrion, Emma Meador, and Alex Murra. They talk about their experiences as public health students and podcasters as they look to what's next for each them.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-a-look-back-with-g…
 
This week we're releasing our very first test episode of the podcast! What are neural networks? Do butterflies remember being caterpillars? And what is Love Island? Content Warning: Mentions of suicide in the Misc Topic Support us on Patreon! Join our Discord! We also learn about: what is a dog? stem cell hotel, the giant squid axon, neural network…
 
This week, NASH Tsunami responds to listeners who have asked "Where are the episodes on drug development?" by asking Stephen Harrison to lead a review of the NASH pipeline. Stephen starts by noting that the mechanics of the drug development pathway, which we discussed earlier this year in the context of NASH-TAG and strategies on how to shift away …
 
New Wellington City Council data suggests the capital is losing its sense of mojo, and the city’s water woes could be to blame. Wellbeing indicators show a sense of community and pride have fallen in the capital over the past four years. Council member Fleur Fitzsimons told Kate Hawkesby the city’s under-investment in water systems is taking a toll…
 
Concern drivers are becoming increasingly cavalier around road works. Road work contractors in Bay of Plenty are reporting an increase in speeds near their vehicles, raising major safety concerns. Three road workers were killed near Whakatane in 2019 in a truck crash at a work site. AA Road Safety spokesperson Dylan Thomsen said it's no surprise to…
 
The Salvation Army says getting housing under control is the first step towards solving deeper poverty issues. It's calling for a mix of immediate rent assistance and longer term efforts to get people into affordable housing in today's Budget. Senior Policy Analyst Paul Barber says clothing and food for struggling children are essentials. He told K…
 
Today’s the big day and I can’t help feeling the Government is going to miss the mark here given their obsessive focus on climate change and Māori health. Add to that their inability to listen, or tune into where the real world is at, and you’ve got a cocktail for disappointment for the average New Zealander. But then again, it feels like the avera…
 
Another surprise public appearance by the Queen - this time at Paddington Station. She's attended the opening of the Elizabeth Line, a new train line on the London Underground that opens to the public next week. UK correspondent Gavin Grey told Kate Hawkesby the project is well over budget and well behind schedule. He says it was due to open in 201…
 
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