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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.
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True Trauma Tales

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

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True Trauma Tales tells the stories of six people treated at Leeds Major Trauma Centre, following life changing accidents. Their stories are re-told, together with members of the medical and support teams who cared for them. The Major Trauma Centre at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust is the second busiest trauma centre in the country and recently marked its 10th anniversary. a8282c44d543eb8258b04da0b7b4a27605fad664
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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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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 ...
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Welcome to the podcast for School Nurses, by School Nurses. If you’re a School Nurse, there’s plenty here for you. This series is a collaboration between the Digital Health Transformation Service at Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust and the School and Public Health Nurses Association (SAPHNA).
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Deep Breath In: a podcast for GPs Tackling primary care’s everyday challenges Life in primary care can be complex. Deep Breath In explores the highs and lows of being a GP, offering a space to reflect on the grey areas of general practice.
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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.
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We explore news and insights from global healthcare markets, advising how pharma and medtech need to respond and adapt their market access strategy in light of the latest insights from our experts. The podcast features insights from our associates across global healthcare, along with thought leadership from the market access and HEOR experts at Mtech Access. Our first series focuses on the NHS response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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NASGP

National Association of Sessional GPs

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One in four general practitioners - fully qualified doctors specialising in family medicine - in the UK work as freelance locum GPs. We're the most professionally isolated of all workers in the National Health Service NHS, and the NASGP exists to support both locum GPs and salaried GPs to improve patient care and make their work more fulfilling and enjoyable.
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Radio Ombudsman

Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman

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Radio Ombudsman is our regular podcast hosted by Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman Rob Behrens. It features frank conversations on a range of topics including NHS investigations, good complaint handling and improving public services. 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.ombudsman.org.uk Intro/outro music (Episodes 15+16): Rh ...
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Welcome to the monthly Primary Care Pod from Red Whale – join GPs Nik Kendrew and Caroline Greene as each month they discuss a roundup of four key topics for primary care clinicians, which can also be found in our popular free Pearls . We look at the evidence, the guidelines and the media coverage and make learning together as a primary care community as relaxing and enjoyable as possible. We invite you to nominate your primary care heroes and share your “best intentions” stories. So, grab a ...
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NICE Talks

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
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NHS Employers is the employers’ organisation for the NHS in England. We help employers to develop a sustainable workforce, improve staff experience and be the best employers they can be.
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A toolkit for healthcare workers. Working in healthcare is hardwork; on top of that the media, especially social media, will only spread negative thoughts about the state of healthcare. This podcast aims to help with both of those: a bit of positivity, a few helpful thoughts to improve your work, all starting with kindness, curiosity and comfortable shoes. A JMAC education production
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At the height of lockdown, 19-year-old Ellie Williams claims on social media she’s been trafficked by an Asian grooming gang across the North of England. Photos of her horrific injuries add to the outrage and the post goes viral – shared more than 100 thousand times. Social media rumours lead to attacks on Asian men and businesses in her hometown of Barrow-in-Furness. But when she’s arrested for perverting the course of justice, things really explode and there are protest rallies and claims ...
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Primary Care UK: Let's Learn Together

Dr Munir Adam & the Primary Care UK Team

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Primary Care UK: Let's Learn Together is the podcast for the busy Healthcare Professional who wants to keep up-to-date with important topics relevant to working in the NHS and even more so in Primary Care. Please checkout our main website here: www.primarycareuk.org The episodes in Primary Care UK are hosted by a variety of clinicians who ensure that each episode is truly multi-professional, aiming to serve the needs of: GPs, Nurses, and all the AHPs (Allied Health Professionals) including C ...
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From Here to History

Chris Swanson & Jason Weidert

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History is a story we tell ourselves about the past. We all know that story often shapes our present world but, just as often, our present world shapes how we tell that story. We're just two regular guys who love history and for this show, we will try to discuss those stories of the past with as much openness, understanding, and fairness as we can muster. Our only agenda is to inform in an entertaining and engaging way. We teach high school, after all, which can be a really tough audience at ...
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Two men who’ve been at the heart of the political world - former Downing Street Director of Communications and Strategy Alastair Campbell and cabinet minister Rory Stewart - join forces from across the political divide. The Rest Is Politics lifts the lid on the secrets of Westminster, offering an insider’s view on politics at home and abroad, while bringing back the lost art of disagreeing agreeably. October Election Tour - buy tickets: www.aegpresents.co.uk/event/the-rest-is-politics Twitte ...
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Voices of Care

Newcross Healthcare

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Newcross Healthcare presents Voices of Care, a new podcast series hosted by healthcare market expert Suhail Mirza to discuss the issues, challenges and opportunities facing health and social care in the UK today. We are delighted to welcome wisdom and insight from leaders in NHS, private healthcare and from across social care: Sir David Nicholson, Dr Jane Townson, Professor Martin Green, Roisin Fallon-Williams and many more. Among other things, we’ll be debating how we can enable the workfor ...
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Dr. Amar Shah, Chief Quality Officer at East London NHS Foundation Trust (ELFT), and Pedro Delgado, Vice President at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), discuss the lessons learnt during ten years of Quality Improvement (QI) at ELFT, and talk to experts, thought leaders and frontline practitioners about what is next for QI in health and care. Watch the full series of ’10 Conversations for 10 Years’ at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiUDY5LyUd-pmLpzuTyiM0HziIKsI2nF3
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It’s All About People Pod

It’s All About People

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We talk to colleagues in the NHS and local government, as well as people with lived experience, to explore the different ways we can develop a new relationship between people and their health service. Personalisation? It’s all about people!
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2 sisters and 2 doctors. Dr Jess is a doctor who worked in the NHS, she is one of the leading natural health experts in the UK, trained in 8 other specialties including functional medicine, Chinese medicine, Western herbalism and homeopathy. Her sister Dr Xandra is a doctor of Chiropractic who runs the largest wellness Chiropractic practice in the North West training over Chiropractors to look beyond pain. Together they will teach you how to find your root causes and give you natural health ...
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Unexpected Beginnings: The Neonatal Unit

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

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Having a baby on a neonatal ward is a traumatic experience no matter how well your baby is doing. The wires, the bleeps, the medical terminology can all add up to create an environment that can feel really isolating and worlds away from what you had expected when you first saw your baby on an ultrasound. Through listening to other parents experiences and speaking to doctors, surgeons, mental health workers and everyone in-between, this podcast aims to make you feel less alone and more suppor ...
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The biggest stories and guests from the UK and international left. Hosted by Michael Walker, Aaron Bastani, Ash Sarkar, Moya Lothian-McLean, Dalia Gebrial and more.
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The Job Clinic

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

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A hospital isn't just about the doctors and nurses. There are so many possible careers in a large hospital trust such as Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. We're shining a spotlight on just some of those roles.
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Celebrate the role played by audit professionals in the vital area of patient safety with the clinical audit and improvement podcast. This monthly podcast is brought to you by AMaT and its community of super users from around the country in the NHS and elsewhere. In each episode we bring together experts to talk about a range of topics centred around the world of clinical audit for the benefit of everyone involved in clinical audit and improvement projects across healthcare, regardless of wh ...
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Explore the forefront of EMS leadership with Rob Lawrence on the ”EMS One-Stop” Podcast. Tackling critical issues like staffing, service delivery and operational challenges, each episode delves into the latest in patient care enhancement, EMS technology advancements; and emerging trends like AI, telehealth, quality improvement and alternate destinations with industry experts. Rob Lawrence brings to the table his extensive expertise from decades of service spanning the American Ambulance Asso ...
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I am an NHS obstetrician hoping to share some thoughts and experiences about my working life. Maybe you enjoy call the midwife, perhaps birth fascinates, or you are simply curious about what exactly an obstetrician is? You might be pregnant and preparing for birth right now. Perhaps you work in maternity care and want to know what makes your obstetric colleagues tick, or you want some fresh ideas and inspiration. Whichever of these is the case TheObsPod is for you. Each episode contains 'the ...
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In conversation with a CEO

Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust

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Get a glimpse behind the scenes of a large NHS mental health trust as the Chief Executive of Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust shines the light on important mental and physical health topics. 'In conversation with a CEO' sees Chris Oliver take the mic to interview some very important people - the hardworking teams of nurses, clinicians and colleagues looking after our communities here in Lancashire and South Cumbria.
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This podcast is produced by Midlands Partnership University 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.
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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 ...
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What do we know about plans and policy for 2024/25? As the expected central operating plan had not materialised (at time of recording), and with a general election and a potential Labour government on the horizon, how can NHS and industry drive forward improvements and innovation? Host Robert Hull (Senior Consultant – NHS Insight & Interaction, Mte…
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On the latest episode of the Digital Health Unplugged Networks series, which is focused on developing the next generation of NHS chief information officers (CIOs), Jordan Sollof is joined by Abigail Harrison and Adam Ansell. The pair discuss what is needed to become an effective health CIO and how they envision the role of the NHS CIO changing and …
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What is the wider significance of the terrorist attack in Moscow? Does the NHS need reform or spending increases? And why is the increase in child poverty not being discussed in the media? Rory and Alastair answer all these questions and more in this week's Question Time. TRIP Plus: Become a member of The Rest Is Politics Plus to support the podcas…
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We catch up with Director of operational Estates and Facilites at the Trust, Steve Wedgwood, to talk about the new incinerator - or Energy Generation Centre as it is now known. Following a two-year project costing nearly £10m, the plant is now up and running and providing heating and hot water for patients and staff at Hillingdon Hospital. Steve di…
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Do you have any idea about how much of a role Genomics is beginning to play in the care of our patients? Or do you continue to pretend it doesn't matter? We're excited to introduce a 6-part series that demystifies genomics for Primary Care staff. In a manner that is easy-to-understand and grounded in the realities of working in Primary Care, the ex…
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Discover how we can take Quality Improvement outside of healthcare, and support partner organisations to adopt an improvement approach. Join a discussion featuring Dr Amar Shah, Chief Quality Officer at ELFT, and Professor Jason Leitch, National Clinical Director in the Scottish Government, as they explore the topic of improving across a whole syst…
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Grab your trainers, your dog lead or a cuppa and join us for some free CPD as we have another relaxed round up of recent Red Whale primary care Pearls of wisdom. This month, Nik and Caroline discuss: Acute aortic dissection. What would you do if you suspected it? The limping child. Who goes in to hospital? Who might be able to be managed in primary…
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US President Joe Biden has warned of a “significant attack” by Iran on Israel as tensions mount between the two nations. Plus: Sunak’s pledges are again under review after new data on NHS waiting lists is released; and there’s new hope for Julian Assange in this battle to resist extradition to the United States. With Ash Sarkar and @NoJusticeMTG .…
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Dr Jess is delighted to welcome Dr Noyan Muini to her practice as a fellow medical and functional medicine doctor who is passionate about personalised medicine, the power of lifestyle changes and treating the root causes of disease. As a highly experienced NHS doctor and GP, Dr Noyan's frustrations over the lack of time spent with patients, the lim…
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Who will Trump pick as his running mate? How much do you know about ‘Project 2025’? What’s the story behind Angela Rayner’s tax affairs? Join Rory and Alastair for TRIP Question Time as they answer all these questions and more. TRIP ELECTION TOUR: To buy tickets for our October Election Tour, just head to www.therestispolitics.com TRIP Plus: Become…
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Join Dr Andrew Whittamore, jobbing GP and clinical lead for Asthma+Lung UK, as he delves into the latest strategies and treatments for managing asthma effectively. In this informative session, we explore the essentials of asthma, principles of treatment, and how to support patients towards achieving better asthma control. From understanding asthma …
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It's our 300th episode of The Business of Healthcare podcast ! To mark this special occasion, Tara reflects on a journey of growth, learning, passion and the power of staying true to oneself in the complex world of healthcare with co-founder and SomX CEO (and host of the Health Tech podcast) Dr James Somauroo. Listen as James turns the tables and i…
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Are the Tories in danger of being overtaken by Reform UK? Should polling instruct or inform political decisions? Who is the country’s least popular politician? Join Rory and Alastair for their first ever TRIP Polling episode, in collaboration with JL Partners, as they answer all these questions and more. To see the polling results in full each mont…
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Foreign secretary David Cameron has said that Britain will continue to sell arms to Israel. Plus: Germany are facing allegations of enabling genocide in Gaza at the international court of justice; and the son of a Labour mega-donor has won election to chair of Young Labour. With Aaron Bastani and @NoJusticeMTG .…
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Which decisions are made at Region level in the NHS in England? How do finances and funding work at this level? And how can industry best support and engage with Region leaders? We sit down with guest speaker Richard Smale (Interim Director of System Co-ordination, NHS England [NHSE] – South West) for an all-encompassing discussion that explored fi…
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This podcast gives an opportunity to hear from Dr Caroline Cotton, Dr Lara Chapman and Dr Mark Russell about their experience of authoring guidelines. It covers everything you need to know about BSR guidelines- what they are, insights into the process, how to get involved (including tips for applications) and why you might like to!…
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It's a special podcast this week from our recent Women's Network event workshop, where Leslie Gaudet talks about the importance of self-care and ways to prevent burnout. Leslie is a self-care strategist for female CEOs and their teams, and provide clients with self-care strategies for them to prevent burnout and enhance their quality of life both i…
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Israel have released the findings of their investigation into the killing of aid workers by drone strike. Meanwhile, US president Joe Biden has issued an ultimatum to Benjamin Netanyahu on Gaza. Plus: we look into the history of Alan Duncan’s struggle with Israel; and an appearance on Sky News by Owen Jones has caused an online storm. With Michael …
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In this episode of the EMS One-Stop podcast, Dr. Edward Racht and Matt Zavadsky join Rob Lawrence to discuss their recent attendance at the U.S. House Committee on Ways & Means hearing on “Access to Health Care in America: Ensuring Resilient Emergency Medical Care,” which took place in an off-site hearing in Denton, Texas, on March 18, 2024. Dr. Ra…
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Rishi Sunak is facing increasing calls to ban weapons sales to Israel after three British aid workers were killed by an IDF drone strike. Plus: we speak to artificial intelligence expert Professor Noel Sharkey about the news that the Israeli military have been using the technology to target Palestinians. With Moya Lothian-McLean and @NoJusticeMTG .…
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Who would have been in Rory’s cabinet if he had won the 2019 Tory leadership contest? Who is the best prime minister we never had? How can we fix England and Wales' struggling universities? Join Rory and Alastair as they answer all this and more on today’s episode of TRIP Question Time. 🌏 Get our exclusive NordVPN deal here ➼ https://nordvpn.com/re…
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Andrea Sutcliffe, CEO at the Nursing and Midwifery Council features on this episode of Voices of Care. Alongside our host, Suhail Mirza, Andrea shares her experiences and expertise in the healthcare landscape, discussing topics ranging from the NHS Long Term Workforce Plan, the significance of inclusion for nurses and patient wellbeing, leadership …
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The three British citizens killed in an Israeli airstrike on a humanitarian convoy in Gaza have been named, as pressure mounts on the government to end arms sales to Israel. Plus: We speak to surgeon Nick Maynard about his experiences as a volunteer medic in Gaza; and Krishnan Guru-Murthy puts Israel’s new UK spokesperson through his paces. With Mi…
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Following the publication of our new guideline, ovarian cancer: identifying and managing familial and genetic risk, the latest episode of NICETalks focuses on genetic testing and how it can help to identify those most at risk of ovarian cancer. We talk to Ranjit Manchanda, professor of gynaecological oncology, Queen Mary University of London and Ba…
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Discover how improvement capacity and capability can support an organisation’s journey to embed quality improvement. Consider the distinction between capacity and capability, and the significance of this when developing an improvement strategy. Delve into the concept of ‘dosing’ the science of improvement differentially based on the needs of people…
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In this solo episode, Tara reflects on her business and career, asking herself a series of questions to gain clarity and make positive changes. She explores what makes her happy, what she wants to be remembered for, how she wants to spend her leisure time, what assets she wants to invest in, what typically drives her decisions, who she wants around…
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How can we root out corruption in politics, both at home and abroad? What’s caused the crisis in Israel around its ultra-Orthodox population? What really happened in the story of crypto’s former golden boy, Sam Bankman-Fried? Join Rory and Alastair as they answer all these questions and more in today’s episode of The Rest Is Politics. 🌏 Get our exc…
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In this episode we meet Henry who was commuting to work on his motorbike when he was involved in a crash with an SUV that left him having to make a decision about whether or not to have his leg amputated. We also hear from Mr Paul Harwood who is a Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon at Leeds Major Trauma Centre and Limb Reconstruction Unit. Y…
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After a two-week long assault and occupation, Israeli forces have pulled out of Gaza’s largest medical centre. Meanwhile, Tory MP Alicia Kearns has alleged the government have received legal advice that Israel is committing war crimes in Gaza. We speak to Paul Rogers emeritus professor of peace studies at Bradford University. With Michael Walker an…
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As a Doctor do you have concerns about the impact of Physician Associates on you, and on patient safety? Or do you welcome their contributions? As a PA are you a welcome part of the team and well supported? As an AHP or Nurse, can you relate to some of the tensions that exist between the professions? This is the FIRST HALF of a discussion in which …
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Thanks for listening and don't forget to come back for a new episode each Monday! Let us know what you thought of this episode or what else you'd like to hear about from across the Trust by tweeting us at @HillingdonNHSFT. For all the latest Trust news and information check out our website - www.thh.nhs.uk/…
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Have you ever experienced a moment of cultural awakening, realizing that there's so much more to learn about the traditions of those around us? That's exactly what happened to me, Florence, after reading an enlightening tweet from the outstanding obstetrician Nisha Knot, which set me on a path to discover more about Ramadan and its effects on pregn…
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British Eurovision entrant Olly Alexander has rejected calls to boycott the contest over Israel’s participation. Plus: how artificial intelligence continues to be a topic on the future of work; and we look at the record numbers of asylum seekers risking their lives to cross the Channel. With Michael Walker and Aaron Bastani.…
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In this episode on the Zulu nation, we discuss Cetshwayo's violent march to the Zulu throne, his cozying up to the British as a bulwark against the Boers, and then the inexplicable events that thrust his people into a war with England. As the English columns invade Zululand, a story of victory and defeat unfolds, with heroism and tragedy on both si…
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The United Nations head of human rights has said that Israel’s siege of Gaza amounts to a war crime. Plus: One of Britain’s biggest water companies is facing potential nationalisation; and we look at the issue of childcare costs and what Britain’s two main parties are offering. With Ash Sarkar and Joris Lechene.…
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In a very special episode of Radio Ombudsman, Rob Behrens takes the hot seat as he’s interviewed by his Private Secretary, Faye Glover. As his term comes to an end, he reflects back on seven years as the Ombudsman, his early life and career, and shares his future plans.By Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman
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It’s a topic that more and more people are talking about and considering as a potentially powerful way to support their health. Jess and Xandra have a lot of experience with time-restricted eating and have recently tried out longer periods of fasting. They discuss the benefits of the different types of fasting, who should and shouldn’t fast and how…
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Ruth Robertson is joined by a panel of King's Fund experts to discuss the state of health and care in the context of a potential general election in 2024. Between the British Social Attitudes survey, the NHS staff survey and performance data, we have a lot of information to give us a view of the current health and social care landscape. We also dis…
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