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In this podcast series, we will meet educators around the globe to discuss various educational approaches and challenges that we face as an educator. An expert educator shares his/her insight and experience to help upcoming educators to progress in their career. This is a shared learning experience and we will like you to join this community to share your experience with other educators.
 
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 ...
 
Step into The Call Room with Dr. Robert Berry as he gives you an inside perspective into health, fitness, medicine and the politics and policies of healthcare. As an orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist, Dr. Berry cares for athletes young and old. He performs surgery and provides conservative care for all types of musculoskeletal conditions. As the medical director for sports medicine for one of the largest Health Care Systems in Texas, he gives an insiders perspective on whats ...
 
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We talk with Dr. Adefunke Adesina, a medical practitioner and epidemiologist and monitoring and evaluation focal person for the Lagos State Ministry of Health, and Elizabeth Kohlway, Senior Manager of Community Building and Digital Engagement at Sabin, about the opportunity to integrate immunization with other health services to touch more people a…
 
Natalia Flores, a science journalist and researcher and the content manager at Agência Bori, and Dr. Denise Garrett, Vice President of Applied Epidemiology at the Sabin Vaccine Institute and a native of Brazil, discuss the challenges that Brazilian journalists have faced while reporting on vaccines during the pandemic and the need for transparency …
 
In this episode, we are joined by Dorothy Logedi, a nurse and coordinator of a vaccine program in Kisumu, Western Kenya, and Margaret Odera, a community health worker and mentor mother to women living with HIV in the capital Nairobi’s Mathare slum. Vince and Francesca talk to Dorothy and Margaret about the unique challenges the pandemic has posed t…
 
Sabin's Community Conversation on Vaccines podcast series explores the topic of vaccine and immunizations, targeting an audience of global health policymakers and influencers, through conversations with health workers, other immunization professionals and journalists from low- and middle-income countries.…
 
Lyndsay Springer has turned a tragedy into a force for good. After her husband Chike passed away after a battle with Lymphoma, she worked with his family to establish the Chike Springer Foundation, which is charting a new course to improve treatment outcomes and increase diversity in cancer research. Learn more about the Foundation's work at: Chike…
 
Listen in to learn about the importance of a good fitting running shoe along with tips for selecting the right shoe in order to prevent injuries and prolong your running season. “The running shoe is one of the most important, if not the most important of the equipment for a runner.” — Dr. Robert Berry Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is t…
 
Welcome to today’s episode of The Call Room. Today on the podcast, we have with us Dr. Saba Rizvi, MD, an emergency medicine physician. Dr. Rizvi is also currently studying to earn her law degree at Baylor University. Dr. Rizvi recently published an article in Emergency Medicine News about private equity contract management groups, and we thought i…
 
Imagine this: you are a journalist covering your country's election, and the COVID-19 pandemic breaks out. How would you continue to do your job well, while keeping yourself and your family safe? In this episode, we explore those very challenges with Nazima Raghubir, a Guyanese journalist and president of the Guyana Press Association. Vince and Fra…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Marina Shikhashvili, a primary healthcare expert in Tbilisi, Georgia, with over 30 years of experience. Vince and Francesca talk to Dr. Shikhashvili about the impact COVID-19 has had on the medical community, the challenges of treating patients remotely in a pandemic and how health workers globally can benefit …
 
Today, we are going to talk about self-healing. As you all know, in today’s world and ways of medications, a lot of people are being programmed that we need to take this and that. That we need to maintain this kind of medication to heal our bodies. There are so many products and commercials right now which lead us to forget that our body does heal …
 
In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Naveen Thacker, the executive director of the International Pediatric Association. Vince and Francesca talk to Dr. Thacker about the challenges of rolling out COVID-19 vaccines and his experiences delivering routine childhood immunizations and working on India’s polio eradication program. Dr. Thacker discusses …
 
Anyone seeking medical treatment hopes to get better. But what happens when treatment make things worse? Danielle Ofri, MD, PhD joins The Public Health Podcast to discuss her book, When We Do Harm: A Doctor Confronts Medical Error. She is a founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Bellevue Literary Review, the first literary journal to arise from a medic…
 
The medical ICU -- reserved for dire medical situations -- can be one of the most intense units of a hospital. Those who work there on a daily basis may never picture themselves as patients in the unit. Philadelphia-based medical ICU nurse, Jelena DeCarolis, joins The Public Health Podcast to share her experience landing in the ICU. The Public Heal…
 
Today, we are going to talk about COVID-19 vaccine distributions and the problems along with them. As you all know, the vaccines were already approved during the Holiday season last December 2020 and the distribution has already started. However, based on my experience, there are some lapses about it and I wanted to talk to you about that. What you…
 
Today on The Call Room, we’re talking about informed consent and why it’s important to consider when advising an athlete to return to sports after an injury. This episode was sparked from recent conversations I've been seeing online and I thought it would be great to share my own thoughts to further the conversation. Listen in to learn about the fa…
 
Today we’re talking about what factors are contributing to increased healthcare costs. Join me to better understand the health insurance industry, the widening pay gap between the administrative side of healthcare and the actual service providers. We'll discuss where premiums come from and I'll share insight about better ways to approach your healt…
 
Sabin's Community Conversation on Vaccines podcast series explores the topic of vaccine and immunizations, targeting an audience of global health policymakers and influencers, health workers, other immunization professionals and journalists from low- and middle-income countries.By Sabin Vaccine Institute
 
Last week, we talked about the Corona Virus, and today, we are going to talk about COVID-19 Vaccines, how it works, what it is that it does and how it will protect you from the virus. As you all know, I already mentioned from the last episode that I already got the vaccine. And I want to share to you today my own experience about it and why I recom…
 
Today we’re talking about Tiger Woods’s recent car accident. We discuss what we know about his condition, the types of injuries he sustained, and how they could impact his recovery and future on the golf course. And we’ll dive deeper into the severity of his injuries from least to most concerning. "Tiger's probably one of the most mentally discipli…
 
Today, we are going to talk about Corona Virus again. As you all know, I am so passionate about it and have talked about this in the previous episode. And recently, I did my research again about Corona Virus. It's a lot of information that has been developed in the last six to seven months. I get that a lot of this information is very technical and…
 
Are you having a hard time transitioning from your teens to your young adults? Do you wish that someone expert could advice you what to do with them now that they’re in a stage where they need to make their own decisions? Karen Vincent is a Certified Life Coach, a Licensed Therapist, a Health Coach, a Speaker/Trainer and Founder of How To Parent A …
 
Today, we are going to talk about menopause. I bring to you an expert to help answer your questions such as menopause symptoms, how it starts, what to expect, what treatments we can use over the counter, other types of medications that you would never think will be used for treating menopause, and cancer in menopause and hormones. Dr.Sharzad Green …
 
Today, we are going to talk about Alopecia or commonly knowns as hair loss. Johanna Dahlman is a Wellness Entrepreneur who is the author of Alopecia Angel. She helps others heal and reverse their alopecia through diet and lifestyle changes. And in today's episode, Johanna shares her insights on how to treat alopecia naturally and organically withou…
 
Today we're talking about the spread of the covid-19 virus, vaccines, testing and lockdowns. Can we as a nation re-open and resume normalcy that we once knew? With new leadership in the United States, and a year since covid has started, we are locked down more than we ever were. Dismissed recommendations are now being reconsidered, no standards on …
 
Today, we are going to talk about Physician Assistant. What is it that they do and why do we usually face or talk to them first when we go see our doctor? In this episode, Sabrina talks about what is a Physician Assistant, what is Cardiothoracic surgery in general, and what does a cardiothoracic surgery Physician assistant does. She also talks abou…
 
Hola, today’s episode is a little bit different from what we usually discuss, but I think it’s important to address this issue. Today, we are going to talk about sexual dysfunction in females. We are going to dive deep into discussing why you feel pain or discomfort during sexual interaction or why you see changes in your sexual desire after you ga…
 
Are you in an unhealthy relationship? Or is someone you know is in an unhealthy relationship? What if your relationship has so much to do with your health right now? And what if you can do something to turn your unhealthy relationship into a healthy relationship? In this episode, Michele talks about the key elements of a healthy relationship and ho…
 
Have you been dealing with a chronic disease all your life? Have you been taking and maintaining pills for so many years to get better, but got no better result? Are your doctors telling you that they can't figure out what's wrong with you and why are you suffering from that certain disease? In today's episode, Kira talks about how your diet has a …
 
Listen in to learn about the reality of the No Surprise Medical Bills Act that's in front of Congress and what needs to change before it's passed. "Having an insurance plan does not guarantee care. You may have coverage, but that does not equal care." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the host and gues…
 
What is the impact of public health on our community? Is their role important? Are they really thinking about the benefits of many? Should we follow public health protocols in fighting the current pandemic, Covid-19? Today, I invited an expert to explain and educate us about the view of public health in the Covid-19 pandemic. Dr. Madison will talk …
 
For many, the road to become a nurse is challenging. Bev Warne, an enrolled member of the Oglala Lakota Tribe, tells us how this road can be even tougher for Native Americans. Bev joins The Public Health Podcast to discuss her work with the Native American Nursing Education Center at South Dakota State University. The Center's vision is to provide …
 
Listen in to learn about the most common ski injuries, what you can do to prevent them, and how you can prepare to have a fun and safe ski outing. "When all of us who are flatlanders head up to the mountain, if you are not acclimated, it takes or so to get acclimated to the altitude." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented i…
 
Listen in to learn more about the transmission of COVID-19, the actual risk of asymptomatic spread, and what you need to know to wear a mask effectively. "I think an important differential between COVID and the flu is that COVID tends to prey on the elderly and those with comorbidities." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presente…
 
Listen in to learn about the myth of the athletic scholarship, how to best prepare for your child's future, and why it may not be the best investment. "I don't think that any 9 or 10 year-old has got their path set out in front of them, despite what parents think." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the…
 
How much do you know about chronic disease and what really determines patient success? Garry Welch, PhD, an expert in behavior medicine for chronic disease care, joins The Public Health Podcast to discuss all of the surprising behavioral, motivational, and psychological drivers of chronic disease. Dr. Welch is the Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Of…
 
Regardless of which side you’re on, chances are, you’re keyed up for election night. To quell these anxieties, Ryan and Katie solicit the advice of three medical professionals for how to stay calm and healthy during election night, the best ways to engage family members with different political views, and what to do if the results don’t turn out th…
 
Listen in to learn the difference between a DO and an MD, where the osteopathic medical practice came from, and what they have brought to modern medicine. "What's the difference between osteopathic medical school and allopathic medical school? It really comes down to those first four years of training." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Info…
 
Listen in to learn about the recent NFL injury that shocked the league, what is in Dak Prescot's future, and why it might not be so bleak. "Dak had actually turned down a contract last year that would have made him one of the highest-paid quarterbacks in history." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the …
 
Ryan's future sister-in-law and public health expert, Robin Pfohman, joins The Public Health Podcast to discuss her work with the Community Resilience and Equity Program, serving vulnerable populations in Seattle and King County. *** The Public Health Podcast is a production of Thunder11, a strategic communications firm with audio production by Pau…
 
Learn why a shoulder dislocation should always be treated early for long term stability and to make a return to sports a sustainable decision. "As an orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist, this is one of the most common things that I and my colleagues see." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of…
 
Today, I want to present to you a bonus episode that was recorded quite a bit ago. And I didn't want this to not to be aired for you. Because the information that Karen presents with this is sincerely awesome. Karen talks about how to parent a teenager with health issues. And it is super insightful. Karen is absolutely awesome. Visit our website fo…
 
Listen in to learn how the NFL has handled the pandemic compared to other sports leagues, and the new developments that could halt the NFL season. "An ideal test would have a 100% sensitivity and a 100% specificity." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the host and guests and should not be considered med…
 
Listen in to learn about the rise in mental health crises and suicides during the pandemic, what to look out for in those you love, and how you can help. "If you listen to the news and you are looking at any of the statistics, you know that suicides and attempted suicides are on the rise." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presen…
 
Sustainability expert Tony Schifano, Founder and CEO of Antos Environmental, joins Ryan and Katie to discuss the massive issue of waste management in hospitals and what health care organizations (and everyone) can do to reduce the ballooning amount of waste we produce every day. Hospitals produce 6,600 tons of waste every day, according to a 2012 r…
 
Stay tuned, as Lara educates us about the importance of nutrition and drugs based on the lifestyle we have. She brings 2 different professions to her practice, her extensive knowledge of nutrition, with the combination of her pharmacy roots, for her patients to get the best out of both worlds and we'll learn from that in this episode. Lara is an IF…
 
Today you are in for a treat as we will talk about and all that needs to be learned surrounding insurance especially, healthcare insurance. We specifically decided to publish this episode today because the deadline for Medicare Part D holders and beneficiaries is very soon. Our guest for today is an expert in health insurance, Edward Givens. He is …
 
This episode highlights a branch of medicine and pharmacy practice that is quite recent, but ancient at the same time: Functional Medicine Pharmacy. Which happens to be the passion for Kim Kallio. She found a way to combine 2 totally different professions like engineering and pharmacy for the benefit of her patients. Go to thelegaldrugdealer.com fo…
 
Hello! I am super excited to inform you that we are finally opening our online conference, the Taking Control Of My Own Health online conference! It will start Monday, the 14th of September at 11am Pacific time. This conference will be a whole week, pack of VALUABLE Health Information that is solely created for the patients, using the patients lang…
 
In this episode, a Board Certified Family and Functional Medicine Physician, Dr. Megan Stone, will educate us about what really is Functional Medicine, the three biggest misconceptions of Functional Medicine, and the three steps you should do if you want to learn Functional Medicine. Visit thelegaldrugdealer.com for show notes!…
 
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