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Each episode will feature interviews with key figures from the NHS procurement world discussing NHS Procurement and Supply Chain issues or an interview with one of the fascinating people shaping the future of our industry. You’ll hear ideas, opinions, and predictions about everything procurement. And much, much more.
 
Do you want to keep abreast of the latest in NHS finance and find out what your colleagues around the country are doing when faced with similar challenges? HFMATalk is the podcast for you. In every episode we will explore the topics that are of interest to you and shine a light on good practice in NHS finance and governance. The Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) is the professional body for finance staff working in healthcare. For 70 years it has provided independent support ...
 
SARD provide workforce management software to the healthcare sector. With our hosts Mariah Young and Joe Wilkinson, this podcast discusses about all the great innovation and rapid changes happening at SARD and throughout various industries.
 
Tara Humphrey looks behind-the-scenes at the business side of healthcare by talking to NHS and private healthcare leaders. And, throughout this podcast, she also shares her own project management and leadership insights. Tara has an MBA in Healthcare Leadership and Management and Leadership. She is the Founder and the Managing Director of THC Primary Care a leading healthcare consultancy.
 
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Heroes Unmasked

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Heroes Unmasked

Leeds Teaching Hospitals

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A doctor isn’t just someone who makes people better. A porter isn’t just someone who moves people around a hospital. As staff across Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust have been hailed heroes for their work during Covid, Caroline Verdon goes deeper to find out who they actually are, to hear their stories, what makes them tick, what their passions are and why they do the jobs they do. This series involves professional rugby players, champion fencers, leper colonies and even submarines. Some w ...
 
The social care system holds up our NHS and delivers frontline healthcare to millions across Britain. We discuss all aspects of Homecare and social care; from care delivery to care policy and everything in between. We will also discuss current events, the CQC, dementia, dignity in care and many more topics; nothing will be off limits. We also want your opinions, experiences, concerns and questions so email the pod at: mailbox.whocarespod@gmail.com
 
Download the NHS Strength and flexibility podcasts and get your own personal trainer without the expense. Featuring Laura from the NHS Couch to 5k programme, these podcasts talk you through a series of equipment-free exercises to improve your strength and flexibility. Your goal is to work your way up to podcast 5 in five weeks, by doing each podcast three times a week. By week 5, you’ll be doing press-ups, squats and stretches with ease, feeling stronger, more flexible and full of energy. Fo ...
 
This podcast is produced by Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. It is aimed at our service users, their carers, and our own staff. Our Trust provides physical and mental health, learning disability, and adult social care services across Staffordshire and Shropshire. We also provide drug and alcohol services in prisons and community settings across England.
 
This Podcast is a collaboration between Ross Abbott from Green Cross Training and Simon Nichols from Thrive. 2 men,1.5 beards with 1 goal to raise Mental Health awareness with 0 stigma. Each month they will be tackling mental health conversations and talking openly and honestly about its impact on them, all of us, and on society. Please note that support is always available from NHS, Samaritans, Calm, Mind, Papyrus, and SHOUT
 
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National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE)

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NICE Talks is the podcast from UK's National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE). Our podcast brings the stories behind our NICE's work to improve outcomes for people using the NHS and other public health and social care services through evidence-based guidance. Subscribe on your favourite podcast platform: https://linktr.ee/nicetalks
 
Take your running to the next level with these podcasts designed for graduates of the NHS Couch to 5K programme. Each podcast provides a structured run with music and coaching to develop your running technique, speed and stamina. The NHS Couch to 5K+ podcasts were produced with sports music experts AudioFuel, who specialise in making music to run to. For those who want to build some variety into their routine, another great podcast series to try is NHS Strength and flexibility.
 
A new podcast highlighting Health Inequality as it relates to Blood & Organ Donation and how this impacts the people from a Global Majority background by Primrose Granville ‘The Accidental Campaigner‘ and Broadcaster Patrick Hart with NHS Blood and Transplant, in association with Bristol African Caribbean Expo and BCfm - Bristol‘s Community Radio Station.
 
Welcome to Eye Tea. It sure sounds like information technology & the pun is certainly intended. We discuss ophthalmology's evolving role in medical education & innovations in translational research. And we bring it to you right from the experts giving you the chance to interact with them live. We've had incredible speakers join us in the past including department chairs, the director of the NEI & vision experts from the NHS & beyond. Founded in 2021, the club(1500+ members) attracts an inter ...
 
Podcast inspired by Sauna Talk: It's amazing how much I see people open up when taking a Sauna with them. Away from the real world, muscles relaxing and an explosion of Dopamine release. Putting the world to rights and just realising your not alone - we all go through the hard shit in life that for some reason we do not share with others. Sauna talk is going to unlock this with discussing life in general with open minded people from Rossendale Valley about every day life - The Ups, The Downs ...
 
“A conversation with…” include 8 podcasts with 8 NHS staff who have disabilities across 8 different NHS Trusts sharing their lived experiences / stories. Launched during Equality, Diversity and Human Rights week 10th-14th May 2021. Created by Diverse Learners in partnership with NHS Workforce Disability Equality Team
 
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Our Voices

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Alex Melia & Fascinate Productions

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Immerse yourself in short, personal stories from a variety of diverse people. Season 5: Our Voices on Racism in the UK This season we hear the intimate and at times harrowing stories of racism from people living in the UK. This terrible scourge of society should be a thing of the past, but unfortunately, millions of people are subjected to bigoted, narrow minded, and down right harmful racist views and actions every single day. At Our Voices, we wanted to give a voice to some of these people ...
 
Being pregnant and becoming a new Mum is a challenge at any time, but it's particularly tough at the moment. We're Dr Punam Krishan & Dr Stephanie Ooi and on this podcast we share our family health and wellbeing insights along with a weekly dose of REAL mum chats about the juggle of being a mum... You may think that being GPs means we have it all figured out but it couldn’t be further from the truth! Join us and our guests weekly and get in touch with us on www.medicmums.com to join the conv ...
 
The Finger on the Pulse 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.
 
This is a short series of discussions with clinicians who are digital innovators and have their own start-ups. It is aimed at colleagues in the health service who might be considering the same possibilities. Key themes include the decision to set up a business, the value it brings to the clinical professionals we interviewed and what they believe the benefits of digital technology hold for the NHS. We also look at the challenges to adopting innovation in the NHS, the support these clinicians ...
 
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Hospital trusts across England have declared ‘critical incidents’ in record numbers as the Omicron wave brings rising admissions and staff sickness. But the strains on NHS capacity long predate Covid, says Denis Campbell Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus…
 
In our sixth and last Christmas throwback: The first episode of “Our Voices” centres around one-time “nurse of the year” Joan, an intensive care nurse who was born in Barcelona and travelled to work in the UK after experiencing a lack of job opportunities in Spain. He tells a story of how caring for a patient after a motorcycle accident taught him …
 
Andy is a police officer of both Malaysian and Northern Irish heritage. He is also a father of three children and president of the National Black Police Association, an organisation which represents police officers of ethnic minorities across the UK. In many ways, it is Andy’s experiences while growing up which have influenced his desire to stand u…
 
Caroline's guest this week is Megan Holmes. She is a play specialist on the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit at Leeds Children's Hospital but what a lot of people don't know about her is that she is also a champion sheep farmer and has over 100 sheep, alpacas, shire horses, cats and dogs at home! Transcripts are auto-generated Heroes Unmasked is an U…
 
In the first #ACFM Trip of the year, Nadia Idle, Jeremy Gilbert and Keir Milburn look at the conflicting desires and demands that make up a political movement. Is unity possible? Is coalition desirable? Do we need to agree in order to win? The gang discuss the difference between liberal and radical conceptions of identity and gaze out towards the c…
 
In our first episode we tackle the key question, what is home care? Within this discussion we also cover social care funding, how to get care in the home, who works in care and more. As a key cog in our healthcare system which provides vital support to vulnerable adults and our NHS, we believe that a greater understanding of home care, what it is a…
 
This week we’re devoting the episode to the “partygate” row which has blown up in Westminster. After the prime minister revealed he attended a party, calls for his resignation grew in and outside of the Tory party. Can he survive? Does his fate lie in the hands of a senior civil servant? Will Rishi Sunak walk out of the cabinet? And where does the …
 
185 Leanne Antoine Distinct Physiotherapy Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast. This week I have the pleasure of speaking with Leanne Antoine who is the Clinical Lead & Director of Distinct Physiotherapy. Where do we start with this episode, Leanne has so much to share with you all, we discuss what’s important to Leanne, how she is in…
 
Trying to keep up with Climate Change facts, but really, you want to know what you can do as a healthcare professional more than suggesting your patients should watch Cowspiracy on Netflix? This is an interview with Climate legend Robin Stott. We cover: Amazing climate activist stories including his arrest with extinction rebellion - documented in …
 
What can we learn from the women of the Popular Front? Ahead of an #ACFM Trip on Unity and Difference, Nadia Idle talks to actor and activist Norah Lopez Holden about the milicianas who fought in the Spanish Civil War. What brought these women together – and what pushed them apart? Lopez Holden has worked at theatres around the UK, including the Yo…
 
Addressing health inequalities has been recognised as a key priority for the NHS. In this episode, Dr Bola Owolabi, director for health inequalities at NHS England and NHS Improvement; Hannah Witty, CFO at Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust; and Duncan Orme, acting CFO at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, discuss health ine…
 
Many women experience heavy and painful periods which have a significant impact on their personal and professional lives. While 10 % of women of reproductive age are thought to have endometriosis, a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the womb grows elsewhere in the body. Endometriosis has a range of symptoms including pain in the lower…
 
Doing your bit or shirking? Afflicted with ‘Belgian flush’? Don’t forget to BYOB.Lynda Mugglestone, Professor of the History of English at the University of Oxford, joins Michael Rosen to talk about the new language that emerged from British experience in the First World War – from Zeppelinophobia on the Home Front to ‘watching the pyrotechnics’ in…
 
Aisha is a Muslim and has been the victim of a form of discrimination which has caused particular strife in Britain; namely, Islamophobia. She was born and raised in the Middle East but she came to London initially to study. She talks about being made to feel different to others and how she has used her passion for skateboarding as a way to challen…
 
In this episode, Caroline Verdon meets Mr Chris Parsons. He works at Leeds Children's Hospital and is a Consultant Paediatric General and Neonatal Surgeon with a subspecialist interest in colorectal. It's a job that involves decades of academic study with a structured career ladder and expectations on when to reach each rung. When he reached 30, Ch…
 
Ross Abbott and Simon Nichols - 2 men,1.5 beards with 1 goal to raise mental health awareness with 0 stigma. In this episode, we are sitting down and talking about all things Stress risk assessments in the workplace. Good to be back, a new season, but with exciting twists, we have guests!!!! This month we are delighted to welcome Ellice Whyte. Elli…
 
Last week a court acquitted four protesters who helped tear down a statue of the notorious slave trader Edward Colston. Damien Gayle describes what the case means for future protests and one of the defendants, Sage Willoughby, describes the jubilant moment the verdict arrived. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus…
 
We look at the trouble ahead for Boris Johnson, starting with the crisis in the energy market. What can the government do to stop bills doubling in the coming months? Along with sleaze investigations, how much of a threat is this to the PM? Political editor George Parker will discuss, together with chief political correspondent Jim Pickard. And we …
 
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