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Best NHS podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best NHS podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Welcome to WHOLE TRUTH, a podcast that follows Jordan Stephens’ pursuit of a good conversation about mental health. Subscribe now and be a part of it. WHOLE is an organisation fighting the stigma that surrounds mental health difficulties in children and young adults, established by Spirit Media, YMCA England & Wales and the NHS. Whole presents Music 4 Mental Health (M4MH) is our exciting music charity fundraising event live at the Roundhouse London in November 2018.
 
NICE Talks brings you people’s real-life experiences of NHS, public health and social care. Each episode you’ll hear the stories behind our work to improve care across the country through evidence-based guidance.Subscribe on iTunes and rate NICE Talks: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/nice-talks/id1343277799?mt=2
 
Hello and welcome to Take Aurally, the podcast from NUH DREEAM; winner of Health Education England Education Team of the Year 2017.Take Aurally started as a podcast for Emergency Medicine but has grown to cover large parts of the clinical curriculum for students at the University of Nottingham; everything from ENT to Therapeutics. Whether you're a student or a practitioner looking to refresh their memory Take Aurally is for you!All information is correct for Nottingham University Hospitals N ...
 
At Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT) we are dedicated to providing high quality care with compassion. We deliver many of the NHS services that are provided outside of hospital and in the community such as physical, mental health and specialist services.We provide integrated physical and mental health services for adults and older people; specialist mental health and learning disability services; children and young people’s mental health services; children’s communit ...
 
Radio Ombudsman features full and frank conversations with special guests on a range of topics such as NHS investigations, good complaint handling and improving public services. Hosted by Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman Rob Behrens, it generates lively discussion and interesting ideas.The Ombudsman makes final decisions on complaints about government departments, other public organisations and the NHS in England. We do this fairly and without taking sides. Visit our website: www.o ...
 
The BMJ is an international peer reviewed medical journal and a fully “online first” publication. The BMJ’s vision is to be the world’s most influential and widely read medical journal. Our mission is to lead the debate on health and to engage, inform, and stimulate doctors, researchers, and other health professionals in ways that will improve outcomes for patients. We aim to help doctors to make better decisions.
 
The MMT Podcast offers economic analysis on current issues from a Modern Monetary Theory perspective. Aimed at anyone who has ever felt lost in the jargon used by mainstream economics commentators. We believe economics is for everyone. You can help sustain this podcast via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/MMTpodcast
 
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 ...
 
Have you ever wanted to know more about nutrition but felt overwhelmed by the amount of conflicting information on the internet? You're not alone.Join NHS surgeon Dr Joshua Wolrich and lawyer-turned-current nutrition PhD Alan Flanagan as they aim to cut through the state of nutritional discourse whilst encouraging collaboration between different healthcare professionals. Whether you're a layperson that wants to understand if celery juice can actually cure your eczema (spoiler; it can't) or a ...
 
Each episode offers an in-depth overview on a new topic, with a range of views from politicians, experts and journalists. From immigration and education to public spending and the NHS.With high profile politicians, including party leaders, Politics On FUBAR is uncensored and unregulated. No question is off limits. Think Question Time with no holds barred.
 
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.
 
Most women share a common fear - breast cancer. From the age of 53, they are invited by their GP to have a mammogram - a procedure that screens the breast for any abnormalities. But many women don't understand what this involves. The 3 video tracks on this album explain why it is important to have a mammogram, hear from women being screened, show the processes involved and demonstrate what happens should an abnormality be found.This material forms part of The Open University course SDK125 In ...
 
ESPN Radio New Hampshire is Southern NH's affiliate for ESPN Radio, locally owned and operated by Absolute Broadcasting in Nashua, NH. It's the exclusive home in Manchester and Nashua for the Boston Red Sox, Nashua Silver Nights & the Division One UMASS Lowell Riverhawks. Locally produced "Christian & King" from 12P-3P, "Glenn Ordway" from 3-6P and "The High School Insiders 6-7P every Monday through Friday. Award winning High School Football and Basketball coverage. It's the exclusive home f ...
 
Sex, low-mood, self-harming, drugs, alcohol and more - Cel's lifting the lid on young people's health. Life isn't always easy - and teenagers across the country have been helping us explore the issues that you're facing today. From online bullying to sexual health, body image to mental health. They've been asking the questions you want to hear answered, joined by NHS school nurses and other health professionals to provide solutions, support and understanding. It's been revealing, amusing, oc ...
 
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The annual staff survey has been published and this week our expert team of journalists Sharon Brennan, Rebecca Thomas, Annabelle Collins and Nick Carding dig into some of the troubling findings on rising violence and discrimination in the NHS. We also discuss the health secretary’s new proposals to bar care to abusive patients also how the ‘Rooney…
 
Voretigene Neparvovec – is the first in a new generation of gene therapies which can be injected into the eyes of patients - and it's available on the NHS. It's a major development for people with the inherited retinal disorder Leber’s Congenital Amaurosis (LCA), but as ever, we want to get to the real implications for blind people. Fresh from perf…
 
Professor John T Harvey talks with Christian about the NHS, privatisation and the implications of distributing healthcare via a market mechanism. What conditions need to be met in order to make sellers accountable to buyers in market systems, and are those conditions present in private healthcare systems? Please help sustain this podcast by donatin…
 
Hello! What are society’s expectations of masculinity and how can we promote positive expressions of it? We chat to The Guardian’s Iman Amrani about her series on modern masculinity and Ben Hurst from the Good Lad Initiative about the workshops they run exploring these themes. Then Nathan Roberts explains the work his charity, A Band of Brothers, a…
 
Last week the BMJ published it’s first special edition into Racism in Medicine. The issues tacked ranged from differential attainment in medical school, to the physiological effects that experiencing everyday discrimination has. The issue was guest edited by Victor Adebowale, the Chief Executive of the social care enterprise Turning Point, and...…
 
Our favourite pharmacist Kunal Gohil returns to the podcast to take us through Anti-Epileptic medications!We cover the pharmacological of seizures and the three main mechanisms of how AEDs work as well as special considerations that have to be made.You can find the blog for this episode at https://www.takeaurally.com/new-blog/2020/2/7/therapeutics-…
 
Hussain Manawer continues his WHOLE TRUTH take over. This week he speaks with ex premiership footballer and boxer Leon McKenzie and health and fitness expert Danny Cunningham about the relationship between exercise and mental health. If you or a friend are in need or want someone to talk to, please visit: https://www.whole.org.uk/find-help/ New Pod…
 
Evidence is building about the impact of air pollution on health, but the relationship between the cocktail of chemicals, gases and particles in the air we breathe and the direct effect on an individual's health is a tricky one to prove. Dr Farrah Jarral cycles to Kings College London to hear about a new study by researcher in respiratory toxicolog…
 
Under plans pushed by Dominic Cummings, the close advisor to Boris Johnson, Downing Street are deciding to overhaul the funding and scope of the BBC as a public broadcaster. Not stopping there they decide to go and hire a eugenicist. Plus another look at the ongoing race in the US Democratic primary.Hosted by James Fox w/ Alex Maskill…
 
We're taking a break from the usual Talk Evidence to focus on the new corona virus that has emerged in China.With a brand new disease, we have to build our evidence base from scratch - basic virology, epidemiology, pathogenicity, transmissibility, and ultimately treatment are all unknowns.In this episode of Talk Evidence, we're trying to get...…
 
Hello! We love the four day week so much that - in a Reasons to be Cheerful first - we’re revisiting the idea. What are the lessons from how it went down in the election? And how we build a movement to make the four day week happen? Friend of the pod Andrew Barnes tells us why he’s travelling the world to promote it. Then Rachel Kay and Will Strong…
 
It wasn't supposed to end like this. Or was it? Sajid Javid's shock resignation as Chancellor was the main focus of the Cabinet reshuffle but what happened and why? Adam Boulton and guests dissect the behind-closed-doors discussions which resulted in the Prime Minister having much more sway over his new Chancellor's economic plans. They also assess…
 
The government is looking to curb NHS England’s powers but on HSJ.co.uk this week deputy editor Dave West has warned against giving more power to ministers. Here we discuss possible solutions to this very complex reorganisation. Also – we dissect the hard-fought new GP contract and why primary care cuts in Birmingham could adversely affect minority…
 
There comes a tipping point in all campaigns when the evidence is overwhelming and the only way to proceed is with action. According to David Williams, it’s time to tackle the disproportionate effects of race on patients in the UK.David Williams, from Harvard University, developed the Everyday Discrimination Scale that, in 1997, launched a new...…
 
The links between hospitals and social care have got worse not better, poor health services are still being protected and preserved, and quality improvement has been cut. These are among the hard-hitting messages from the outgoing national clinical director for stroke services, Tony Rudd. In this HSJ Health Check special, Professor Rudd – who previ…
 
Farrah Jarral on coronavirus transmission and the difference between a cough and a sneeze. Why is health research and media coverage about breakfast often contradictory? Farrah meets senior lecturer Javier Gonzalez and Professor James Betts from the Department for Health at the University of Bath. And Margaret McCartney discusses the complex issue …
 
As the government consults on the use of e-scooters on roads, Christiane Möller of the German Federation of the Blind and Partially Sighted (DBSV) tells us about the impact the vehicles have had on blind people in her country. And Adam Solan, a teenager who has already struggled with abandoned bikes for hire in Oxford, gives us his perspective.And …
 
In 2012, Eleni Linos, professor of dermatology at Stanford university, published a systematic review and meta-analysis of the link between non-melanoma cancer and sun-beds.That bit of pretty standard research, and a particular rapid response to it, has kicked of years of work - and in this podcast I talk to Eleni and her colleagues Stanton...…
 
Hello! We’ve wrapped up warm and headed outside for a good old stroll... because this week we’re diving into the wonders of walking! We speak to neuroscientist and walking champion Shane O’Mara about why it’s so good for our body and mind. Then Joe Irvin from Living Streets and transport planner Susan Claris talk about how we can redesign our publi…
 
In many countries (including the UK and Australia) it is still common practice for hospital doctors to write letters to patients’ general practitioners (GPs) following outpatient consultations, and for patients to receive copies of these letters. However, Hugh Rayner, consultant nephrologist, and Peter Rees, former Chair of the Academy of...…
 
Hussain Manawer continues his WHOLE TRUTH take over by getting to grips with the relationship between Mental Health and Arts and Culture. Joining him on the podcast are Hackney Empire Artistic Director Yamin Choudury and actor/ director extraordinaire Jack B Anderson. If you or a friend are in need or want someone to talk to, please visit: https://…
 
Relationships are the focus of this week's All Out Politics podcast. The UK's future relationship with the European Union. Will it be 'Canada' or 'Australia' or another arrangement? The mainstream media's relationship with 10 Downing Street following this week's confusion over which journalists were allowed access to an official government briefing…
 
It's not a household name but RSV or Respiratory Syncytial Virus is responsible for 30,000 children under five ending up in hospital every year in the UK. The virus can cause serious infections of the lungs and airways (like pneumonia and bronchiolitis). Hannah and Sean from Oxfordshire had baby girls, Millie and Freya, born prematurely in October …
 
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