The Lancet Voice is a fortnightly podcast from the Lancet family of journals. Lancet editors and their guests unravel the stories behind the best global health, policy and clinical research of the day―and what it means for people around the world. Each episode seeks to inform, challenge, and delight listeners with stories at the crossroads of health, science, policy and current global affairs.
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Best Lancet podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Lancet podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
Updated July 2020
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With a strong clinical focus, The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health will be an independent journal with an international perspective. The monthly journal will present the most influential and innovative practice-changing original research, as well as authoritative reviews and insightful opinion pieces to promote the health of the whole child, from the fetal period through to young adulthood.
The Lancet (www.thelancet.com) is a weekly medical journal, renowned for the publication of high-quality peer-reviewed research and reviews from around the world. In the Podcasts our editors discuss journal highlights, including interviews with authors of key articles to provide context and insight to advancements in medicine and health worldwide.
The Lancet USA Podcast
The Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology is a monthly journal that considers original research, reviews, and personal views in gastroenterology and hepatology from around the world. In the monthly podcasts, editors of the journal discuss highlights of the current issue.
Revolution Health Radio debunks mainstream myths on nutrition and health and delivers cutting-edge, yet practical information on how to prevent and reverse disease naturally. This show is brought to you by Chris Kresser, health detective and creator of chriskresser.com.
Interview with Dr Sammy Waner, Microbiologist at Lancet Laboratories South Africa.
The Lancet Oncology is a monthly journal, renowned for the publication of high-quality peer reviewed research, reviews and analysis in cancer from around the world. In the monthly podcasts, editors of the journal discuss highlights of the current issue.
CBC Radio's The Current is a meeting place of perspectives with a fresh take on issues that affect Canadians today.
The Lancet News is a weekly podcast brought to you by The Lancet. Our editors, Tim Dehnel and Dara Mohammadi, report on important, interesting, and sometimes quirky health-related happenings from around the world, while providing a rundown of the latest news from The Lancet, The Lancet Infectious Diseases, The Lancet Neurology, and The Lancet Oncology.
We believe in the educational merits of Free Open Access Medical education (FOAM), which includes podcasts, blogs, articles on PubMed Central, conferences streamed for free and more. As a result, we would like to encourage others to move beyond quoting podcasts and into the realm of tying “cutting edge” FOAM to the core content. We’ll provide some review and references for listeners to go read. Why, indeed, should we FOAM it alone when FOAM can inspire us to go, read, think, and be excellent?
Healthcare's only unfiltered voice. Hosted by UCSF/Stanford-trained physician Dr. Zubin Damania (AKA ZDoggMD).
A science podcast: join two research scientists - Steve and Nick - for an irreverent ramble through the undergrowth of academia follow us on Twitter @SteveTheChemist and @theevanslab. Find us on iTunes (goo.gl/hwMEFG), and YouTube (goo.gl/GR6Vws)
Morning entertainment show with Bláthnaid Ní Chofaigh.
The Let's Rethink Food podcast takes a deep dive into the groundbreaking EAT-Lancet Commission on Food, Planet, Health. For each episode, our hosts Dr. Hazel Wallace, The Food Medic and Dr. Sandro Demaio, CEO of EAT, set out to unpick the science and translate it into everyday action. Tune in for the solutions to one of our most pressing issues globally: How are we going to feed a growing population healthy food without destroying the planet?
Welcome to the Pager Podcast. Tune in to hear about the topics changing the future of biology and medicine.
Join Kelsey Marksteiner, RD and Laura Schoenfeld, staff nutritionists at ChrisKresser.com, as they answer your questions about ancestral and Paleo nutrition. A must-listen for anyone new to the Paleo diet or looking to improve their current Paleo diet based on their personal needs and health goals.
How many people have COVID-19 antibodies? What does having antibodies mean? Rosanna Peeling explains the latest, and we're joined by Ashley McMullen from the Nocturnists podcast to chat about her experiences and her new series, Black Voices in Healthcare.By The Lancet
Professor Rosanna Peeling of LSHTM discusses the implications of seroprevalence results from recent COVID-19 antibody studies.By The Lancet
Prestigious journals The Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine get found out publishing COVID claptrap. Today Nick delves into the scandal....By Steven Lee and Nick Evans
It's been nearly six months since health authorities in Wuhan, China, alerted the WHO to an unusual new form of pneumonia. Richard Horton, editor of medical journal The Lancet and author of The COVID-19 Catastrophe: What's Gone Wrong and How to Stop It Happening Again, shares why he feels governments around the world have bungled the response to CO…
Four young people from the UK share their experiences of life during the pandemic: the challenges they are facing, their worries, and their hopes for the future.By The Lancet
Calgary resident Khalil Karbani says his community was crippled by the extraordinary hailstorm in June — he tells us about the damage and why he wants the provincial government to help out. Plus, rain, hail, thunder and wind have pummelled the Prairies this summer. But instead of seeking shelter when these severe storms hit, people like Kyle Britta…
With an ethics investigation underway into the Liberal government’s decision to award a multi-million dollar contract to WE Charity, it has emerged Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's mother Margaret and brother Alexandre were paid $282,000 to speak at WE Charity events. CBC Ottawa senior reporter David Cochrane discusses what this means for the prime …
Originally streamed LIVE to Facebook, we talk viral transmission, politicization of the pandemic, new therapies, conspiracies, and much more.Video: zdoggmd.com/covid-update-7-9Your support makes what we do possible! Join the SuperPac and get exclusive content, live discussions, and other crazy perks:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/zdoggmd/joi…
Globe and Mail Health Columnist André Picard discusses the WHO’s stance on whether COVID-19 is airborne, Montreal's decision to mask up, and the rising number of cases in the U.S.
Our national affairs panel unpacks the $343 billion deficit announced in Wednesday’s fiscal snapshot, the ethics investigation into the government’s tasking of WE Charity with administering the summer student grant program, and escalating tensions with China.
Our new track (rough demo), video coming soon (COVID-willing)...Lyrics:These are all my friends We’re all misunderstood The people call us heroes So that the people can feel good Now we see everything that’s going wrongWith the world and those who lead itBut no matter how they screw it upWe rise above and treat itAnd we keep waiting (waiting)Waitin…
As COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the U.S., there are concerns around the border with Canada, and who’s crossing it. Jason MacLean in Nova Scotia and Murray Lundberg in Yukon discuss the measures to check who’s coming into their communities, and loopholes to get around them, and Dr. Isaac Bogosh warns about the risks of undoing the hard work to…
Before Finance Minister Bill Morneau releases a new official deficit estimate Wednesday, we discuss Canada’s COVID-19 recovery plan with Armine Yalnizyan, economist and the Atkinson Fellow On The Future Of Workers, Christopher Ragan, economist and the director of the Max Bell School of Public Policy at McGill University, and John Stackhouse, senior…
So long Segway. Just as demand for “micro mobility” increases, the last of the two-wheeled, self-balancing personal transporters are rolling off the production line. Technology writer Mark Wilson and former Chief Planner for Vancouver Brent Toderian weigh in.
Like many people with loved ones in long-term care homes, Wayne Moriarty hasn’t seen his 92-year-old father Paul since March. But with B.C. easing restrictions, he tells guest host Nahlah Ayed that he’s counting down the days. Ayed talks to Moriarty, as well as Esther Hladkowicz, and Laura Tamblyn Watts of CanAge, about reuniting families, and the …
Viruses were very mysterious for a long, long time. Steve explores the history today, and learns that you can make one from bits and pieces in the lab,,,By Steven Lee and Nick Evans
Imperial have just started trialling their vaccine in people. But does it cut the mustard when compared to Oxford's? Today Nick and Steve explore the big differences between themBy Steven Lee and Nick Evans
If Steve was around in the early 1900s, he'd not only have a dodgy moustache, but he'd be volunteering to get injected with Yellow Fever. Find out today about the first human virus to be pinned down....By Steven Lee and Nick Evans
In today's cup of COVID Nick explores why the coronavirus might make your blood clot - just what is it doing to those platelets? Spoiler - we still don't really know.....By Steven Lee and Nick Evans
CBC Radio host Laura Lynch tells us about What on Earth, her new radio program dedicated entirely to investigating climate change: its impacts and potential solutions.
To fight COVID-19, it will soon be mandatory for millions of Canadians to wear masks in certain situations. Dr. Amy Tan and Dr. Mustafa Hirji discuss the effectiveness of mandatory mask policies.
We need to understand that the goal is mitigating, not eliminating, COVID-19 risk. And the risks of children missing school can be massive.Video, transcript, links and more: zdoggmd.com/covid-schoolYour support makes what we do possible! Join the SuperPac and get exclusive content, live discussions, and other crazy perks:YouTube: https://www.youtub…
A referendum in Russia has given Vladimir Putin a series of sweeping new powers — including a provision that would allow him to hold on to Russia's presidency until 2036. We talk to Catherine Belton, author of Putin's People: How the KGB Took Back Russia and Then Took on the West.
A spike in new COVID-19 cases is forcing some U.S. states to roll back their reopening plans, but as Fourth of July looms, many beaches and attractions are staying open. We talk to business owners and health-care workers on the front lines.
This year, July 1 won't be like past Canada Days. But one thing that stays the same are the thousands of people who choose to make Canada their home each year. We hear what new Canadians have to say about what it means to be Canadian.
Even before the pandemic, 2020 was already a tumultuous year for Canada, from Wet'suwet'en to the Ukrainian airline and Nova Scotia tragedies. Our national affairs panel — Vaughn Palmer, provincial affairs political columnist for the Vancouver Sun; journalist and author Tanya Talaga is an award-winning journalist; and Emilie Nicolas, columnist for …
The world is reeling from a number of intense events and, in these times of uncertainty, stress, and pain, it can seem gratuitous to talk about positive psychology. However, by recognizing the positive things that are happening in the face of great hardship, we can cultivate more resilience and joy. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I tal…
Starbucks, Lululemon and MEC are among a growing list of brands pulling ads from Facebook over hate speech. But will this boycott make a real difference to Facebook's bottom line? We speak with Jessica Gonzalez, co-CEO of Free Press, one of the organizations behind Stop Hate For Profit; Taylor Owen, who studies media and democracy at McGill Univers…
She was a writer with a PhD in psychology who never played a hand of Texas Hold'em in her life. A year later, she was a poker champion. Maria Konnikova speaks with guest host Rosemary Barton about her new book, The Biggest Bluff, and what she learned from the game.
The Globe and Mail's Andre Picard joins us to discuss the spike in COVID-19 cases in the U.S., migrant workers and outbreaks in Canada and how this country is doing when it comes to slowing the spread.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the WHO has warned that there is a global oxygen shortage. Now, experts are calling on health leaders around the world to get medical oxygen to countries who desperately need it — but it’s not just COVID-19 causing the shortages. Dr. Steve Adudans is CEO of Hewa Tele in Kenya and helping source the much-needed…
Are mutants bad? Professor X doesn't think so. Today Steve explores viral mutations from coronavirus' point of view and comes to the same conclusion. Steve may not be a professor yet, but he's thinking in the same way!By Steven Lee and Nick Evans
Luke Skywalker famously once used womp rats to explain to us the significance of 2 metres. Today, Steve and Nick work out the science behind 2 metres in COVID social distancing. There's not a lot of it.By Steven Lee and Nick Evans
Trump LOVES hydroxychloroquine. It's SO perfect, I can't tell you. Believe me. Today we found out why it may work, or more probably why it won't.By Steven Lee and Nick Evans
These week Steve works out just how tiny viruses can be, and how mistakes are good!By Steven Lee and Nick Evans
We look at the growing calls to ban facial recognition technology from police work with Phil Mayor, senior staff attorney with ACLU Michigan, and Deborah Raji, tech fellow and the AI Now Institute at NYU. We also hear why some believe you shouldn’t paint all facial recognition technology with the same brush with Daniel Castro, vice president of the…
Their son Kaleab died by suicide after experiencing racist bullying at this school. Now, Sandra Barker-Schmidt and Dean Schmidt share how they hope their son's name will stand for stronger anti-racism action in Saskatchewan schools.
COVID-19 changed Pride celebrations around the country, and events like drag performances have found new homes — like suburban driveways north of Toronto. Rachel Matlow visited the neighbourhood to catch the show starring Joshua Petrie, aka Jessyca Prosecco.
Resurgent coronavirus cases across America, anti-maskers refusing to play along, fears of more shutdowns and closed schools… OMG IS IT TIME TO PANIC?Or is it past time we used some dang rational thought up in here? You know how WE do it. A live show originally streamed to Facebook.Video, transcript, and links: zdoggmd.com/covid-june-26Your support …
U.S. President Donald Trump tried to block its release, but former National Security Advisor John Bolton's memoir, The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir, was published Tuesday. He spoke with The Current's Matt Galloway in his first Canadian interview.
Journalist Anna Mehler Paperny has been on the receiving end of police wellness checks. She says overhauling the response won't be easy or obvious, but we owe it to each other to find a more caring way. We discuss how to move forward with CAMH psychiatrist and Wellesley Institute CEO Dr. Kwame McKenzie and Jennifer Lavoie, associate professor in cr…
We check in with Globe and Mail health columnist André Picard about rising COVID-19 cases among young people, the two-metre rule and testing as Canada begins to re-open.
Do you miss sports? Many do. In the midst of a pandemic, and a reckoning over anti-Black racism, sports leagues are trying to figure out how to come back. What is the place, if any, of sports in the world we're in now? Toronto Star journalist Bruce Arthur and The Athletic’s Kavitha Davidson discuss.
What is this country's foreign policy in 2020, and what should it be? Our National Affairs Panel — including Ben Rowswell, president of the Canadian International Council and former Ambassador to Venezuela; Lynette Ong, China expert at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at the University of Toronto; and Robert Fowler, Canada's long…
In a bumper episode of The Lancet Voice we speak with Kalipso Chalkidou about COVID-19 vaccine access for low and middle-income countries, we hear about why insulin costs so much in the US and what can be done about it, and we talk breakthroughs in treating venomous snakebites, one of the world's biggest hidden health problems.…
COVID-19 restrictions have kept children in care from seeing their birth parents for months. We discuss what can be learned about foster care from the pandemic.
An independent investigation found that black students were singled out for suspensions and expulsions more than most at the Peel District School Board — sometimes for wearing hoodies or hoop earrings. We speak with trustee Kathy McDonald, who is pushing for change, and researcher Carl James who is looking at racism in education broadly.…
In their new podcast, They & Us, Wil Fundal answers questions about gender identity, pronouns and trans rights — and explores their own experience as a non-binary person. Fundal joins us to talk about what launching the podcast means in this moment.
Several Canadian legal experts say more can be done to free the two Michaels — Michael Spavor and Kovrig — who are detained in China. We speak with former Justice Minister Allan Rock who recently presented the government with a legal opinion that says the government can stop the extradition proceedings of Meng Wanzhou, and Charles Burton, senior fe…
Steve and Nick meet up for a Covid Cuppa to discuss some of the latest science surrounding the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. How much energy is there in COVID?If you like TheScienceShed, the best thing you can do is share it on social media, and to follow us all on twitter, and please leave us a rating or review on iTunes!twitter @SteveTheChemist, @theevans…