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Radio Advisory is your weekly download on how to untangle healthcare's most pressing challenges, powered by 40 years of Advisory Board research. Whether it's workforce shortages, industry disruptors, or health equity strategy, we're here to help. Our hosts and seasoned researchers talk with industry experts to equip you with knowledge to confront today’s unanswered questions in healthcare. New episodes drop every Tuesday. | www.advisory.com
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Health Affairs This Week places listeners at the center of health policy’s proverbial water cooler. Join editors from Health Affairs, the leading journal of health policy research, and special guests as they discuss this week’s most pressing health policy news. All in 15 minutes or less.
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Each week, Health Affairs Editor-in-Chief Alan Weil brings you in-depth conversations with leading researchers and influencers shaping the big ideas in health policy and the health care industry. A Health Podyssey goes beyond the pages of the health policy journal Health Affairs to tell stories behind the research and share policy implications. Learn how academics and economists frame their research questions and journey to the intersection of health, health care, and policy. Health policy n ...
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Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health (ACAMH)

The Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health

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We focus on bridging the gap between rigorous research and best practice relating to children's mental health. We hold a body of knowledge and act as information hub for sharing best practice to benefit all of those who work with children. Visit our website (https://www.acamh.org/) for a host of free evidence-based mental health resources.
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In an environment of health disparities amplified by a pandemic and racial injustice, Providence is committed to improving diversity, equity and inclusion in our communities, workplaces, schools and more. The Culture of Health podcast will focus on what the future of healthcare and mental wellness look like in today's changing culture. In this podcast, we will discuss how we turn the conversation of culture and healthcare into lasting and meaningful action.
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A podcast series exploring new approaches to primary care, public health and public service delivery, supporting the 19 Hills Wellbeing Centre and community activities in Ringland, a small area in the east of Newport in south east Wales. We talk to colleagues and partners around the UK and beyond on how shifting to prevention, prioritising action on the Social Determinants of health and community-owned models of service delivery could change lives - and give staff a better job and purpose.
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The National Health Executive Podcast is the perfect place to garner insights from across all aspects of healthcare, as we get into the crucial ‘whys’ behind the stories and how they can impact all of us to improve our work, our lives and the care and services we provide as an industry. Tune in, discover more about our diverse and talented health sector and it may well spark the solution to help you see a problem or challenge in a new light.
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LOVE Girls: The Podcast

Jasmine Babers, Mikhayla Hughes-Shaw

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LOVE Girls contributors sit down with young women from the Quad Cities and beyond for intimate conversations about young adulthood, touching on difficult topics such as mental health while also having some fun along the way.
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VitalTalks: Future of Public Health from Vital Strategies looks at how the world around us shapes our health, and how we can shape our environments so that everyone, everywhere has the potential for great health. Vital Strategies is a global public health organization that seeks to accelerate progress on the world’s most pressing health problems. Our team combines evidence-based strategies with innovation to help develop and implement sound public health policies, manage programs efficiently ...
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Talk 200

The University of Manchester

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Talk 200 is a new lecture and podcast series from The University of Manchester, launching to mark our bicentenary: 200 years of making a difference. This year we’re reflecting on our past, celebrating our present and looking to the future – and Talk 200 invites listeners to be part of the journey. Our podcast host, Manchester aficionado, author, and University alumnus Andy Spinoza will be joined by a diverse line-up of guests from our community – pioneering academics and notable figures, ins ...
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Health Innovation North West Coast

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Innovators and influencers who help to improve health and care feature in the Health Innovation North West Coast podcast. Most guests are from around the North West Coast - Cheshire, Merseyside, Lancashire and South Cumbria - along with colleagues from around the country, sharing their stories and inspiring our listeners.
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Dr. Don Stader, MD, and Dr. Rachael Duncan, PharmD, discuss the economic, racial, geographic, and social factors that often limit our patient’s abilities to achieve their greatest health. In this mini-series, they explore the policy and practice solutions that promote equity and advance the health and healthcare of our patients and communities. Through informational episodes and expert interviews, this series hopes to help craft a more equitable, just, and healthy nation.
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Wild Card - Whose Shoes?

Gill Phillips @WhoseShoes

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Welcome to Wild Card – Whose Shoes! Walking in the shoes of more interesting people 😉 My name is Gill Phillips and I’m the creator of Whose Shoes, a popular approach to coproduction and I am known for having an amazing network. Building on my inclusion in the Health Services Journal ‘WILD CARDS’, part of #HSJ100, and particularly the shoutout for ‘improving care for some of the most vulnerable in society through co-production’, I will be chatting to a really diverse group of people, providin ...
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Innovation in Healthcare

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The Innovation in Healthcare Podcast is produced by Health Innovation North East and North Cumbria (HI NENC), which supports innovation in all its forms within the NHS and Social Care. This podcast showcases some of the amazing work and programmes we support to transform healthcare through innovation.
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Between The Lines Radio Newsmagazine podcast

Scott Harris, Melinda Tuhus and Bob Nixon

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Between The Lines is a weekly syndicated half-hour radio newsmagazine featuring progressive perspectives on national and international political, economic and social issues. Since 1991, Between The Lines has provided in-depth, timely analysis on a wide range of political, economic and social issues including: the history and consequences of two U.S. wars with Iraq; increasing disparity in wealth in the U.S.; coverage of the global social justice movement and related protests challenging the ...
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The Healthy Project is hosted by Corey Dion Lewis, Clinical Health Coach fora safety net hospital. Because of his experience working directly with patients in underserved communities, Corey felt the need to speak up address the issues, and provide solutions to improve the healthcare experience for the ones that need it the most. The Healthy Project Podcast addresses topics related to health equity, prevention, diversity, and literacy for healthcare professionals addressing today's and tomorr ...
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What happens when a global pandemic and unprecedented socioeconomic injustice meets real people? In this new series brought to you by Contakt World -- hosts Justin Beck, Catherine Delcin, and Deepti Pahwa talk with top researchers and trusted experts to tackle issues that matter to people and the communities globally. Issues like public health, vaccines, social and racial justice, health equity, equality, fragility, fear-mongering, insecurity, community-based care and a whole lot more than j ...
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A podcast about inequality. We reimagine our economy one conversation at a time with activists, thinkers and politicians across the world. Brought to you by Simon, Max, Nabil and Nafkote. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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If you find the term 'healthcare engineering' a bit bamboozling, don't worry, you're not alone. 'Engineering' usually brings to mind images of bridges and buildings. Healthcare engineering is essentially using maths and science to solve healthcare problems. This covers an incredibly broad range of activities – from 3D-printed prosthetic limbs to artificial intelligence to predict cancer. At the UCL Institute of Healthcare Engineering, our mission is to develop digital and medical technologie ...
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RCGP eLearning Podcast

RCGP eLearning Podcast

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The Royal College of General Practitioners is the professional membership body for family doctors in the UK and overseas. This podcast is produced by the RCGP eLearning and Essential Knowledge Update teams and features discussions with clinical experts about a range of key topics in primary care.
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Do No Harm is a podcast series which provides context and encourages learning about anti-Black racism in health care. Hosted by 3 Black women, we'll delve into a myriad of topics ranging from mental health to implicit bias to medical surveillance tech. This podcast is part of a larger platform, Do No Harm: how racism kills, which provides resources as well as updates on news/media relating to Blackness in health care. You can check out the rest of the platform at donoharmhrk.wordpress.com. P ...
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North East Ambulance Service

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RTB (Return To Base) is a podcast from North East Ambulance Service. In each episode, NEAS team members James Atkinson, Jason O'Connell or Mark Selling speak to expert colleagues to try and answer some of the big questions staff members have about working in the ambulance service, from day-to-day issues like mental health and the importance of speaking up, to big picture ideas like the future of paramedicine.
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RED HOT HEALTHCARE is a healthcare leader and industry podcast, which will be carried on ITunes and all major podcast directories. The show is a blend of a weekly summary of top news across the health sector, along with select interviews from healthcare leaders and HIT mavericks.
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Across cancer services in Greater Manchester, amazing work is happening every day. Frontline staff, managers, clinical leaders and people affected by cancer work together with the simple focus of making sure that every person throughout Greater Manchester is able to access a world class cancer service. This podcast is all about sharing some of the work going on with the wider Greater Manchester Cancer workforce – that’s thousands of people across all areas of Greater Manchester, working in m ...
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BNSSG Paeds Pod

BNSSG Training Hub

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Join Dr. Ruth Bowen as she interviews local specialists from around Bristol, North Somerset, and South Gloucestershire on a range of topics related to primary care paediatrics -- the non-blanching rash, enuresis, the limping child, infant feeding issues, and more! This podcast is aimed at primary professionals only and does not substitute professional medical advice or consultations. Topics will be discussed with BNSSG primary care in mind, and with references to local referral pathways, but ...
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Think Tenacity Podcast

Think Tenacity Podcast

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We want to change the culture of the way we view mental health within entrepreneurship to help you grow your business. Think Tenacity podcast supports business owners and entrepreneurs who struggle with mental health whilst running a business. Each episode will inspire to become successful in business and follow the light. Learn how to reduce stress and improve your well-being, follow #WhatIsSelfCareTT on our socials @ThinkTenacity or visit www.ThinkTenacity.com | +44 7486-031-285 (WhatsApp)
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Build 'Em Up

National Rural Health Alliance

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Our Build ‘Em Up podcast features upbeat local community experiences & inspirational rural health stories to help build the health & wellbeing of rural, regional & remote communities around Australia. https://www.ruralhealth.org.au/buildemup
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Clinical Pearls

University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Clinical Pearls is a bi-weekly podcast from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) School of Nursing. Faculty and other health care leaders share their expertise and educational resources while discussing current topics.
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Stories of Care

CDC Project Firstline

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Through the voices of health care experts and frontline personnel, this podcast explores the intersection of infection control, and equity and examines how access plays a key role. Stories of Care is hosted by Megan Srinivas, MD, MPH, an infectious disease physician and translational health policy researcher at the University of North Carolina, who resides and practices in Iowa. The daughter of two Indian immigrants, Dr. Srinivas grew up in rural Iowa. Her research focuses on social determin ...
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RCP Medicine Podcast

Royal College of Physicians

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The RCP Medicine podcast is a discussion of different topics relevant to physicians and physician associates. Episodes discuss and explore different topics including real-life clinical cases, new evidence-based guidelines and specific physician issues in the modern healthcare environment. The views expressed in this podcast are those of the presenters and not necessarily the RCP.
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The University of Manchester’s research delivers economic, environmental, social, cultural, health and wellbeing benefits across the globe. We use our research expertise and pioneering spirit to discover, develop and create innovative solutions to the world's biggest problems and transform lives. Find out more through our set of podcasts!
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Here for Her Health, brought to you by Organon, is a show that embraces new ways of talking about women’s health, addressing topics such as health inequities, definitions of health, life transitions and breaking down the stigma associated with women’s health topics. Join host Wendy Lund, Organon's Chief Communications Officer, for this brand-new podcast series.
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Today's cities - home to more than half the world's population - are struggling to deal with a harmful mix of public health problems: populations are ageing, obesity is rising and pollution has reached toxic levels. What are cities doing to tackle these enormous problems? In this six-part series, Darren Dodd talks to Financial Times correspondents around the world - from Singapore to Copenhagen - about initiatives designed to make cities healthier and more pleasant places to live. Hosted on ...
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Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health

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Members and guests chat about a wide range of child health topics - from health inequalities to climate change, from paediatric training to quality improvement.
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Emergency Medicine Journal (EMJ) is an international peer review journal covering pre-hospital and hospital emergency medicine, and critical care. The journal publishes original research, reviews and evidence based articles on resuscitation, major trauma, minor injuries, acute cardiology, acute paediatrics, toxicology, toxinology, disasters, medical imaging, audit, teaching and reflections on clinical practice. The journal is aimed at doctors, nurses, paramedics and ambulance staff.
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Presented by Doctor, writer and TV Presenter Xand Van Tulleken and community health psychologist, UCL lecturer and self-proclaimed hippie, Dr Rochelle Burgess. This podcast is about public health, but more importantly, it’s about the systems that need disrupting to make public health better. In each episode, we’ll be challenging the status quo of this field, asking what needs to change, why and how to get there. Each month we’ll be joined by activists, scholars, artists, comedians and indust ...
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Health inequalities, the differences in health levels and outcomes between individuals and groups of individuals, are an issue of fundamental importance for general practice. For the RCGP's chair, Professor Kamila Hawthorne, tackling health inequalities is an integral part of general practice: because GPs are expert medical generalists at the heart…
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Speaker Helen Tapson -South Gloucestershire Public Health Consultant. Lead for health inequalities in CYP. "We are all in the same storm but we are not all in the same boat". What local and national projects are striving to tackle health inequalities in Children and Young People? What part do we play in Primary Care? Play on to find out more as Sou…
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This episode is sponsored by Iowa Immunizes. To learn more about their initiatives, visit https://www.iowaimmunizes.org/. In this engaging episode of the Healthy Project Podcast, host Corey Dion Lewis sits down with the incredibly dynamic Dr. BCW, hailed as one of the most active figures in healthcare advocacy. Dive into a candid conversation explo…
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Listen to this podcast featuring Dr Bornali Datta, Director, Respiratory Medicine at Medanta, and Project Lead of Mission TB Free Haryana. She shares insights of the incredible and high-impact journey of Medanta vans since 2015 onwards of how they are reaching the unreached with WHO recommended and quality assured TB diagnostics and services in Har…
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You might be burned out from talking about burnout. But the truth is, healthcare workers are still suffering from high administrative burden, reduced autonomy, and a cycle of turnover and retirements that we cannot escape. In response, industry leaders are looking to the latest and greatest technologies to unburden their workforce and improve the m…
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Health Affairs' Editor-in-Chief Alan Weil interviews Amy Stiffarm of Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies: The Montana Coalition on her recent paper that explores strategies to support perinatal mental health by collaborating with tribal communities in Montana. Order the "Perinatal Mental Health & Well-Being" issue of Health Affairs. Currently, more tha…
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DOI: 10.13056/acamh.27589 In this Papers Podcast, Cameron Hecht discusses his JCPP Advances paper ‘When do the effects of single-session interventions persist? Testing the mindset + supportive context hypothesis in a longitudinal randomized trial’ (https://doi.org/10.1002/jcv2.12191). Cameron is the lead author of the paper. There is an overview of…
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Welcome to another episode of The Healthy Project Podcast! In this episode, host Corey Dion Lewis has a conversation with Maria Torres, a passionate advocate for health equity and the Health Equity Coordinator for Pottawatomie County Public Health. What's Inside This Episode: Maria shares her fascinating journey from aspiring to be an aircraft mech…
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Health Affairs This Week is back! Host Jeff Byers interviews Brent Fulton from University of California, Berkeley about the current state of antitrust and private equity in health care. Brent is an author of a special newsletter from Health Affairs Insider on antitrust and markets in health care. Subscribe to Insider to catch Brent's and our other …
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Les Leopold’s book, “Wall Street’s War on Workers: How Mass Layoffs and Greed Are Destroying the Working Class and What to Do About It,” connects the dots between long-term trends in corporate capitalism and the last 50 years of neoliberal attacks on the working class. He shows the direct relationship between deregulation, predatory private equity …
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What was the carbon footprint of your dinner last night? Physician Walter Willett, who served as the long-time Nutrition Dept. chair at Harvard, describes the benefits of eco-friendly eating to your health and to the environment. And you’ll meet Olivia Calkins, Liam Reardon and Genesis Butler, youth activists for a “thriving planet”. To see additio…
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Boston University professor Assaf Kfoury: After Iran Retaliation Against Israel’s Bombing of Embassy in Syria, Netanyahu Threatens Counterattack Independent journalist Julie Dermansky: Media Coverage Lapse of 2023 Marathon Petroleum Refinery Fire Leaves Residents Vulnerable Mother Jones fellow Katie Herchenroeder: Arizona Supreme Court Revives ‘Zom…
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"We need to better meet the needs of children and families by understanding what their needs are and addressing that in the care we deliver," says Meg Simione, PhD, of Massachusetts General Hospital. In this episode, Simone shares her research examining the determinants and impacts of pediatric disorders and ways to improve access to care through i…
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In this episode of Stories of Care, we talk with Michelle Doll, MD, a health system epidemiologist with Virginia Commonwealth University Health System, about the importance of hand hygiene in health care settings. Dr. Doll discusses challenges with and strategies for improving hand hygiene, the impact of automated monitoring systems, the role of di…
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High-cost drugs, generative AI, diagnostic testing – the pace and sophistication of healthcare innovation has been keeping our experts busy over the past several years. At some point, they realized there was something deeper going on – a sea change in what healthcare innovation is seeking to achieve, and the world it's pushing us toward. This week,…
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Health Affairs' Editor-in-Chief Alan Weil interviews Jessica Harrison of the University of California, San Francisco on her recent paper that explores the perspectives of interprofessional clinicians and what the best approach is to integrating mental health into perinatal care. Order the "Perinatal Mental Health & Well-Being" issue of Health Affai…
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DOI: 10.13056/acamh.26241 In this ‘RESHAPE Study’ series episode, Professor Tamsin Newlove-Delgado, Franki Mathews, and Dr. Kate Allen provide insight into the findings from the RESHAPE study with regards to how young people sought support for their mental health and accessed services during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. The ‘RESHAPE Study’ ser…
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Australia and the United States have deepened their commitment to countering China's growing aggression in the Indo Pacific by bringing Japan into the fold. The allies announced a new air defence strategy this week aimed at bolstering defence and security cooperation throughout the region. It came just hours after the AUKUS alliance of Australia, t…
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Vickie Mays and Alfredo Morabia, of AJPH, conducted an insightful interview with Dr. Jerome Adams, the 20th US Surgeon General and Distinguished Professor of Practice at Purdue University. The discussion centered around his latest book, "Crisis and Chaos: Lessons from the Front Lines of the War Against COVID-19," published by Post Hill Press in 202…
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The Black Birth Empowerment Initiative (BBEI - pronounced “Bay”) is a component of the Swedish Doula Program that seeks to honor Black lives by centering and uplifting the Black birth experience with culturally congruent doula care. The Black Birth Empowerment Initiative provides doula care created for us by us to empower Black/African American cli…
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Agriculture is a huge emitter of greenhouse gases associated with climate change. This is an important emerging topic as Americans grapple with record-breaking heatwaves, drenching rains, coastal flooding, prolonged droughts, sprawling wildfires and other weather extremes as “the face of global warming”. To see additional resources and our other pr…
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2024P1 Regional Editor of AJPH, Prof. Jihong Liu and Pengfei Guo, highlight some of the contents of the January to March 2024 Issues and Supplements of the American Journal of Public Health. The Editor’s Corner features Dr. Guoqing Hu, Dean of the School of Public Health and Professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Health Statistics at the C…
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Former CIA analyst and author Melvin Goodman: Israel’s Attack on Iran’s Syrian Embassy Could Trigger a Perilous Regional War The Lever investigative reporter Katya Schwenk: The Supreme Court May be Poised to Weaken Federal Anti-Corruption Laws, Legalize Bribery FAIR intern Phillip HoSang: Trump, GOP, Right-wing Media Weaponize Disinformation on Imm…
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Perhaps one of the most frequently expressed concerns about the widespread use of artificial intelligence applications is the potential impact on academic integrity. We are talking today about the use of artificial intelligence in the university classroom including the benefits and challenges. We are going to discuss innovative ways to integrate AI…
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Last week, in part two of our series on value-based care, we talked about how CenterWell, Humana’s provider arm, turned to senior-focused primary care to grow their value-based strategy. But as the Medicare Advantage market gets larger, older, and sicker, it is becoming clear that a focus on primary care isn’t enough. The fact is, VBC in specialty …
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Health Affairs' Editor-in-Chief Alan Weil interviews Tova Walsh of the University of Wisconsin-Madison on her recent paper that explores perinatal mental health and the inclusion of fathers at the local, state, and national levels. Throughout their conversation, Walsh identifies recommendations that could lead to more inclusive approaches that aim …
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In this In Conversation podcast, Dr. Seonaid Anderson is joined by Dr. Maddie Groom to discuss a current research project focusing on Tics and Tourette Syndrome called INTEND. INTEND stands for ImproviNg Tic Services in EnglaND. Discussion points include: The ideas behind the project and how the project is funded. Insight into what Tics are, and th…
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Rev. Chris Antal, a Unitarian Universalist minister, was drawn to service in response to the attacks of 9/11. He entered military chaplaincy partially as a way to help soldiers who are prone to harming themselves in the wake of war. In this profile, Rev. Antal also explores how he was drawn to faith-based engagement with indigenous religious leader…
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In this compelling episode of The Healthy Project Podcast, host Corey Dion Lewis welcomes Dr. Alison Brown, a distinguished public health nutrition and health disparities researcher. Dr. Brown shares her extensive insights into the critical intersection of nutrition, cultural humility, and health disparities. Here's what you can expect from this en…
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I first met Angela Catley in the very early days of Whose Shoes?, so back in about 2009, when she did a very lively and slightly bonkers presentation at a conference. I remember how Angela used her slides as just a very rough guide, while telling wonderful stories, and occasionally flicking on from one slide to the next as she went. I found it refr…
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This World Health Day Podcast features Dr Susmita Chatterjee, Programme Lead - Health Economics, Health Systems Science, The George Institute for Global Health, India. She is also a Conjoint Senior Lecturer, University of New South Wales; DBT/Wellcome Trust India Alliance Clinical and Public Health Intermediate Fellow; and Professor, Prasanna Schoo…
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