Best Nhs podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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NHS Couch to 5K
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Couch to 5k is a running plan designed to get complete beginners from being a couch potato to running 5k (or 30 minutes) in nine weeks.
 
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NHS Confederation
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Our chief Exeutive, Director of policy and other senior NHS leaders discuss topical issues facing the NHS
 
See inside the body to find out what actually happens with a variety of common conditions and the procedures used to treat them
 
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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NHS Couch to 5K+
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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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NHS Employers
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To find out more information about our work visit nhsemployers.org/av. Alternatively for NHS Confed podcasts visit mixcloud.com/NHS_Confederation/
 
Get information and advice to help you maintain your mental wellbeing and resilience
 
Find inspiration and tips to help you get fit and keep moving
 
Get information and advice about maintaining the health and wellbeing of babies, young children and yourself!
 
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NHS RADIO
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WELCOME TO NHS RADIO
 
In a series of Open Session Podcasts, your host Susie Boyle explores how Social Leadership themes relate to the National Health Service.Produced by Sam Westlake, Sea Salt Learning
 
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Amphi NHS
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The National Honor Society at Amphitheater High School in Tucson, AZ.
 
Podcast by NHS CSESCA Health Podcasts
 
Find out what we've been upto across NHS South Central to progress e-learning.
 
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MediCave
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How the world around you is out to make you ill and how you can make it well.
 
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 ...
 
NHS Safeguarding Adults Derbyshire offers health professionals guidance around safeguarding adults.
 
Welcome to the Comedians' Surgery. Take your seat, we'll be with you shortly. Ed Patrick brings a brand new show coming to a waiting room near you: comedians talking health. Expect frank tales, hilarious experiences and stellar guests from the comedy world who had to book an appointment six months ago.
 
A dynamically-generated RSS feed reflecting search criteria made against Spoken Word Services' Padova audio search tool. This feed will automatically update with any new results as and when the feed is refreshed, if and when new results are available. Search criteria: in collection: 'Glasgow Centre for Population Health'
 
The thoughts of an Environmental Health Practitioner passionate about improving Public Health but caught up in an ever changing world of bureaucracy and budget cuts.
 
We're talking breastfeeding on JACKfm with NHS Oxfordshire.We’ll look at the benefits and also the reasons someone may choose not to, or is unable to breast feed.Plus - is there a still a stigma about doing it in public?
 
Every month, we're releasing episodes of Rachel's Story, our audio drama based off of real experiences of people with a learning disability in hospital. For more information about Treat Me Well, please visit mencap.org.uk/treatmewell
 
Topical discussion of issues related to mental health, the NHS and anything else where we think psychology can add something.
 
The NES Portal delivers online course bookings, distance and eLearning to health professionals, alongside Dental Vocational Training Recruitment in Scotland. Please also look at our Educational and Publications podcast streams.
 
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 ...
 
The NES Portal delivers online course bookings, distance and eLearning to health professionals, alongside Dental Vocational Training Recruitment in Scotland. Please also look at our Educational and How-To podcast streams.
 
interviews from the world of Politics along with weekly discussion on London issues National analysis of all things Brexit, NHS and environmental. International quarrels will be rounded up and smoothed out and a general sense of well being will be organised.
 
The NES Portal delivers online course bookings, distance and eLearning to health professionals, alongside Dental Vocational Training Recruitment in Scotland. Please also look at our Publications and How-To podcast streams.
 
Right from the start the Emergency Medicine podcast brought to you from The Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust. Evidenced based podcasts based on EM presentations
 
Keeping you up to date with local and national health matters and looking into innovations with medical or lifestyle implications and talking to local people in the health industry.
 
Spire Hartswood Hospital provides many of the treatments covered in these medical podcasts. To book an appointment or for a guide price, please call 01277 266 761
 
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MediCave Podcast
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Two doctors take a look at the health news stories and issues that interest them. Humorous and informal, opinion-heavy and always entertaining,
 
From surgical tools to obstetric instruments, personalised colostomy bags to hip implants, the UK's National Health Service requires an astonishing number of products to be manufactured, delivered and routinely managed. What happens behind the scenes to ensure the systems function smoothly? This album focuses on the different roles of B.Braun, a large supplier of medical equipment which also provides customised services for patients. In this time-critical setting, their supply chain processe ...
 
This series of tracks examines the operations management in four service industries. Each has unique problems associated with their sector but they all have operational processes to ensure smooth delivery of their product. Material is taken from The Open University Course T883 Business operations: delivering value.
 
The Clinical Audit Support Centre would like to welcome you to our new podcasting service. As far as we are aware, only a limited number of healthcare organisations in the UK currently utilise podcasts as a medium for communicating information and we believe that we are among the first to use this technology in clinical governance and clinical audit circles. Enhanced for Apple iPods and iTunes.
 
What does your health mean to you? What features in society affect it? The tracks on this album explore influences such as stress, housing and employment on everyday health, and examines debates about the relative importance of individual lifestyles and looks at wider public-health concerns and the impact of changes in NHS policy and practice on the delivery of health care. Health is increasingly ‘everybody’s business’. This album will provide you with insight into the debates that surround ...
 
This podcast is generated by the Counseling Department at Amphitheater High School and narrated by the Southwest Student Services Corporation’s 2004 Arizona School Counselor of the Year, Brian Corrigan.
 
DigitalHealth.London supports collaboration between innovative industry and health and care organisations throughout London. We're funded by NHS England, London's Academic Health Science Networks, MedCity and supported by the Mayor of London. If you have an exciting digital health innovation, come and speak to us!
 
What's happening to our NHS? Comedy, analysis and discussion from Waltham Forest Save Our NHS campaign group.
 
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Take Aurally
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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 ...
 
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I Love Negotiating
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www.ilovenegotiating.com.Jan Potgieter is an internationally acclaimed business negotiation expert. With 16 years of elite level negotiation experience gained on assignment in more than 50 countries working with some of the world’s best known brands including Pfizer, adidas, BP, Vodafone, Nokia, TFL, the NHS and others, Jan has mastered what it takes to produce elite level negotiation results.However, negotiation isn't exclusively reserved for the marketplace. You negotiate every day, with y ...
 
Gráinne is joined by three comedians, who have two minutes to persuade her and the audience why their news story is the MOST important of the month; will it be NHS cuts, Trump's latest melt downs or Beyoncé getting a new fringe? YOU DECIDE!!!
 
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.
 
Two academic experts join The Conversation's politics editor, Laura Hood to discuss the key election issues. We’ll of course be talking about Brexit, but we also want to get to grips with the kinds of issues you’d normally expect to hear about in an election, like the state of the economy and what each party has to say about immigration, the NHS and schools. We’ll keep you updated on who’s ahead in the polls. And we’ll also cut through the spin of what’s dominating the headlines.
 
Glide fm Get It On is a campaign from Glide fm and NHS Oxfordshire aimed at raising awareness of sexual health and long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCS) in Oxfordshire.
 
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NICE Talks
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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
 
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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Medicine Unboxed
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Medicine Unboxed engages the public and front-line NHS staff with a view of medicine that is infused and elaborated by the humanities. Contributors include artists, writers, the clergy, poets, philosophers, lawyers, linguists, musicians, theatre, ethicists, academics and doctors. The results are thought-provoking, inspiring, sometimes funny and often moving. Medicine Unboxed: Mortality takes place on 21-22 November 2015.
 
This podcast series is brought to you by Sea Salt Learning, who have partnered with NHS NWLA, with support from North West Employers to accompany them on this exciting journey, to create the conditions for community to thrive, based on the requirements as identified by the community itself.
 
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We chat about getting SWENCH, bro science, nutrition, physics, content creation, the NHS, depression and mental health. We also talk about Jack's YouTube Channel and his podcast, The Anti-Bro Show. We chat about getting SWENCH, bro science, nutrition, physics, content creation, the NHS, depression and mental health. We also talk about Jack's Yo ...…
 
People all over the world have recently become more aware of the dangers surrounding computer hacking, especially after the NHS attack last year, which was dubbed ‘the biggest cyber attack in history’. If you are on the internet, you are vulnerable. What can you do to protect yourself? Listen to episode 4 of CyberTrack with Dr Graeme Edwards to ...…
 
listed Amryt Pharma has won funding from NHS England for its drug Lojuxta.
 
In this week’s episode, we discuss the newest NHS app, the future of shopping using AI & we hear from Chad about the reason we play video games.
 
Episode 2: Matt Collins chats with Professor Martin Powell and Dr Sophie Cox on the anniversary of the NHS. Would today’s NHS be recognisable to its founder, Aneurin Bevan, and what needs to be done to ensure that the NHS has a sustainable future? Can healthcare technologies help meet some of the challenges that the NHS faces?…
 
In this episode, Professor Prof Chris Ham, health policy academic and Chief Executive of the healthcare think tank, the King's Fund, discusses the challenges for the NHS in the future, healthcare funding and how the NHS compares to other healthcare systems worldwide. Visit https://videos.rsm.ac.uk/ for more content.…
 
In this episode, Neil Whelan and Jessica Wilkes-Reading pay tribute to the NHS as it celebrates its 70th anniversary. They celebrate the work of medical staff everywhere, talk about the vital work of the behinds the scenes staff, and hear from Wesleyan employees who might not be here today if it wasn't for NHS care from internationally renowned ...…
 
Find out more at www.mentalhealthbookclub.com Trigger warning: this podcast discusses self-harm, suicide, mood fluctuations, cyclothymia and negotiating a new relationship with mental illness. Get our next book here If you feel suicidal call 999 immediately. If you cannot wait for our next episodes you can get advanced access by going to Patreo ...…
 
Anna and Jamie team up for the July Takeover... (Get well soon Hayley!)- Anna laughs at Jamie (a lot!) and surprisingly we manage to play only one Westlife song!- We talk about our upcoming challenge in Llanelli (Sponsor us pleeeease! - Link on our twitter - www.twitter.com/tcttakeover) - we realise how unfit we really are as our phones inform ...…
 
I’m not sure that the National Health Service has a strapline, but if it did it might well be, ‘We Welcome Strangers’, because while we think of ourselves as ‘patients’ when we visit a ‘hospital’ the Latin word from which that word derives means ‘stranger.’ In a famous passage about sheep and goats in Matthew’s Gospel, Jesus teaches his followe ...…
 
Ghazala, was born in 1963, in Lahore, Pakistan, when still a baby, her family moved to London and she grew up in Twickenham. She has led an active life, being involved in rock-climbing, mountaineering, running, skiing and swimming, both in the UK and abroad. She loves the outdoors and now lives in the beautiful Derbyshire Peak District. She is ...…
 
Find out more at www.mentalhealthbookclub.com Trigger warning: this podcast discusses anorexia nervosa, purging, self-harm, suicide and eating disorders. Get our next book here If you feel suicidal call 999 immediately. If you cannot wait for our next episodes you can get advanced access by going to Patreon. You can support us with as little as ...…
 
Glen is in his element this week as we talk different kinds of sex, consent and the correct words to use. This weeks Links: Rape Crisis FPA - The Sexual Health Charity Brook - Sexual health & wellbeing for under 25s NHS UK
 
Victor Von Doom II: This Time It's Personal Hello, and welcome to episode 287 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. We're well on the road to the 200th issue of The Fantastic Four, and it's time to put the focus on the newly-restretchenatoris ...…
 
The latest app making waves is often a gimmicky, fun trend which we delete within six months of downloading it; but theMyTherapy app is one worth keeping. With technology modernizing and finding new ways of approaching daily life, MyTherapy is doing the same for medication. Non-adherence to medication is one of the largest issues facing healthc ...…
 
In this podcast, Chris files solo inthe pub garden of The Salty Dog in Northwich, Manchester talking to Dr. Rachel Chin about Mindfulness and so much more! Dr. Chin is a Clinical Psychologist in the NHS and has been in contact with Circularity for quite a while. Chris and Rachel talk about DBT, Mindfulness, Connections & being aware… We hope yo ...…
 
The NHS is getting a present for its 70th birthday. It’s the money it’s been starved of for years. Apparently this is a “Brexit bonus.” Except ministers have already accepted there’s no such thing, so how is it going to be paid for? Prepare for a tax hike. Theresa May’s hoping for positive news to end a dreadful week, where she’s been trying to ...…
 
Adam and Mark discuss Brexit, more money for the NHS, the SNP walkout, and Home Secretary phone theft. Kenneth Clarke spoke a lot this week. Title inspired by the song of the same name, from the Arctic Monkeys album ‘Favourite Worst Nightmare.’
 
Lots on Grenfell one year on - how do we make social housing better and why do we have so little of it? Plus Brexit, the gridlock and how Theresa May's NHS announcement shows she is ready to side with the hardliners.
 
On this week's show Alex chats to What's On reporter Robin Murray about a bizarre sight he witnessed at a rave in Bristol. Robin tells us how the story quickly went national and how he tracked down the mystery reader raver involved. Then Alex has a chat with senior reporter and mum-of-two, Emma Grimshaw about something close to her heart. Emma ...…
 
In our 101st edition, Richard kicks off about blame in the NHS, Judith shows how health evidence is changing a culture and protecting the environment, Liz on working less but earning more, Kate on why we should unplug, Louise on menstruation and Rachel on how to say sorry. Richard gives a brief 10-minute run-through. Read the Sessional GP Magaz ...…
 
Podiatry Consulting answering questions like: self imposed limiting beliefs, common objections to reach your practice potential, repetition causes burnout, new video marketing tip, handling the patients expectations, referrals, all on episode 75 with Tony Gavin and Jonathan Small Jonathan Small (work smarter not harder) and Tony Gavin (OSGO) jo ...…
 
Today’s Guest I'm back with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Jo Casey! Today, we talk about how to navigate the new era of email marketing. Hopefully, you've recovered from the GDPR rush of last month, and are ready to plan a new way forward. In this week's episode, we discuss where we think things are going with email marketing. Abo ...…
 
Find out more at www.mentalhealthbookclub.com Trigger warning: this podcast discusses anorexia nervosa, purging, self-harm, suicide and eating disorders. Get our next book here If you feel suicidal call 999 immediately. If you cannot wait for our next episodes you can get advanced access by going to Patreon. You can support us with as little as ...…
 
Currently looking into claims I was hacked by Tories. I translate a Transphobic article Ann Widdecombe wrote for some cruddy newspaper this week. I let you know the 13 reasons why I've had it with dating apps. The Gay Culture Radio Show is BACK! I'm NOT OK after this week's drag race elimination. Love, Simon is doing SO WELL IN BOX OFFICES AND ...…
 
During our third podcast, you can hear All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Children Who Need Palliative Care Co-Chair Catherine McKinnell MP and APPG member David Linden MP and Christine Jardine MP hear evidence from: Dr Sat Jassal (Medical Director, Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People) Francis Edwards (Palliative Care Liaison N ...…
 
HuffPost UK Politics team take a swipe at the week in Westminster, which this week moved at a frenetic pace. There was ducking and diving, tantrums and ultimatums as Brexit once again took centre stage. David Davis continues to go lone wolf, while over at Labour HQ Keir Starmer desperately tries to bind the fence together for them all to sit on ...…
 
During our fifth podcast, you can hear All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Children Who Need Palliative Care Co-Chair Catherine McKinnell MP hear evidence from: Dr Renee McCulloch (Chair, College Specialty Advisory Committee - Paediatric Palliative Medicine, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health). Dr McCulloch is also a Consultant ...…
 
First times getting drunk, drunk sex and throwing up in the street are all discussed this week. We also find out how many units Laura can drink in a night. This episode’s links: Drink Aware Alcoholics Anonymous NHS Healthy Body
 
Ray Noble tells how the NHS saved his life and considers the benefits of the British National Health Serivice. He argues why markets alone are insufficient to meet needs. The NHS is already being adversely affected by Brexit with worstenng staff shortages leading to delays and longer waiting lists. The NHS has been starved of adequate finding, ...…
 
Mark Walsh tells us more about how the transformative practice of “Embodied Yoga” with concrete examples of EYP poses you can try now at-home. This way of practicing yoga can be emotionally intense (and he describes that this looks like). Bringing this additional layer of observation to the practice is a powerful tool for looking at your person ...…
 
UK based electronic health records Pilot with Groves Medical GroupBenefits of international medical consultations using cryptocurrenciesTelemedicine technologyHospitals, non-profit, universities as Guardians of data The importance of having access to medical records for a surgeonWorking at the NHS as a clinical doctorWhy healthcare industry is ...…
 
What are you choosing to embody when you come to your yoga mat? Are you using the yoga postures to gain awareness of your subconscious patterning? These are the questions Mark Walsh, founder of Embodied Yoga Principals, poses in this powerful episode. EYP blends yoga asana, partner-work, body therapy, and martial arts to create a unique system ...…
 
A just culture is a culture of trust, learning and accountability. In the wake of an incident, a restorative just culture asks: ‘who are hurt, what do they need, and whose obligation is it to meet that need?’ It doesn’t dwell on questions of rules and violations and consequences. Instead, it gathers those affected by an incident and collaborate ...…
 
In this episode, Prof Marcel Levi, Consultant Physician and Chief Executive of University College London Hospitals and Prof Clare Gerada, GP and Past Chairperson of the Royal College of General Practitioners, discuss whistleblowing, changing the culture within the NHS and the role of doctors as managers. Visit https://videos.rsm.ac.uk/ for more ...…
 
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Presented by: Hassan Argomandkhah, Chair of pharmacy Local Professional Network, NHS England (Merseyside) @HArgomandkhah Bruce Prentice, Clinical Advisor, NHS England (Cheshire & Merseyside) @Bruciep
 
Presented by: Dr Matt Kearney, GP and national clinical director for cardiovascular disease prevention, NHS England and Public Health England @DrMattKearney Dr Julia Reynolds, Associate Director for Connected Health Cities and Head of programmes, Innovation Agency @JulsReynolds
 
Presented by: Dr Keith Bodger, Reader and Consultant Gastroenterologist (Honorary)
 
Episode 81 - Week of May 20 2018On this episode: The roads less traveledGet your motor running, whether it's gasoline or electric, and head out on the highway, or in my case State Route 542. AJ and I share some worthwhile jaunts to take when ya just wanna get outta town for a spell or just take a weekend cruise. PLUS... an award-winning photogr ...…
 
Mike Stevenson is the founder and Managing Director of Thinktastic, Scotland’s motivational communications agency that helps move organisations from 'we can't do it' to 'we can do anything'. He is a multi award winning entrepreneur and one of the UK’s most sought after inspirational speakers and creative thinkers with an exceptional record of t ...…
 
The ‘Big Conversation’ sees Dr Laura Hill, Clinical Chair of NHS Crawley CCG and Dr David Supple, Clinical Chair of NHS Brighton and Hove CCG, discuss the financial challenges faced by local health and care services. They will also be talking about the Big Health and Care Conversation events taking place over the summer and how members of the p ...…
 
For Episode 7 of Reworked, Rachael talks to Jane Crombleholme, Head of Executive Education at the Alliance Manchester Business School, about the concept of anti-perfectionism and being 'just good enough' as a leader. Is it harder than ever to be a strong leader? Leadership must be authentic, inclusive and empathetic, all while delivering a high ...…
 
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