NATAL is a podcast docuseries about having a baby while Black in the United States. We pass the mic to Black parents, to tell their stories in their own words, about their pregnancy, birthing, and postpartum care, in their own words. The docuseries also highlights the birthworkers, medical professionals, researchers, and advocates fighting daily for better care for Black birthing parents. Visit www.natalstories.com for bonus content, our community blog, and resource hub. Follow @natalstories ...
Posptartum Depression is real. And it's only part of the story. We dig in to ALL of the stuff that no tells you about, but you NEED to know. Dr. Kat, Psychologist and specialist in perinatal mental health, interviews moms, dads, experts and advocates about how to cope, manage and recover from perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. We talk about postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety and SO MUCH MORE! We get real. We get honest. We put on our stigma crushing boots and address the realities ...
The Tennessee Initiative for Perinatal Quality Care (TIPQC) presents Healthy Mom Healthy Baby Tennessee. This podcast is a discussion with medical providers and other industry experts on all aspects of perinatal health. We will focus primarily on racial disparities and the current opioid crisis effecting moms and babies across our state. Tennessee Initiative for Perinatal Quality Care (TIPQC) seeks to improve health outcomes for mothers and infants in Tennessee by engaging key stakeholders i ...
In Sex With Dr. Jess, Dr. Jessica O’Reilly, Toronto-based sexologist, author, and media personality, shares tips on how to enhance your sexual life to improve the quality of your relationships. She interviews guests with questions ranging from how to deal with jealousy to getting down in the bedroom, as well as hosting thought-provoking episodes centered around compatibility and strengthening relationships.
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Vaginas, Vulvas, and Vibrators with Jordan D'Nelle is designed to give women a place to learn about women's health and sexual wellness. Tune in each week for topics that are relevant to learning how women's bodies work and how to improve your intimate life. Subscribe, tune in each week and continue to bring awareness to women health.
We're exploring option from conception to childhood to help women take control of their fertility, birth experience, postpartum healing, and motherhood journey! This is a safe space for all parents to hear what the experts have to say and to hear from influencer parents and their take on parenthood! Join us for all things birth and parenthood for an empowering and educational walk with a birth and newborn expert and the found of Tranquility by HeHe Maternity Concierge, HeHe Stewart.
A podcast about women's mental health, hosted by Cerys and Amy.
Editor's Audio Summary for JAMA Pediatrics, from the JAMA Network. On research in medicine, science, and clinical practice related to children’s health and illness
A podcast series with a focus on a variety of mental health topics designed to educate and empower you. We bring the professional and personal points of view together to talk about a wide range of topics across the neurodiversity spectrum. It's a must have resource for anyone struggling with mental illness within themselves or a loved one.
Early parenthood is supposed to be one of the most fulfilling and wonderful times of our lives – and yet, 1 in 4 new parents struggle with mood and anxiety disorders (and many more just plain ol' struggle). The levels of isolation and distress experienced by new parents are high, now more than ever before. In Beyond Postpartum, the official podcast of the Pacific Post Partum Support Society, we share our stories of resilience and recovery from perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. We want to ...
Motherness is a podcast dedicated to sharing mindful and empowering interviews with modern mothers and professional experts, brought to you by Skye Ross. Together, we’re shining a light on the realness of raising babies and life postpartum, from the first newborn moments to the months following and the years beyond. Motherness is an honest and empowering resource to help educate and inform parents through these diverse stories of motherhood.
Cross Section is the unofficial podcast for members of the Section on Neonatal Perinatal Medicine of the American Academy of Pediatrics. The Neonatal Section represents more than 4,000 neonatologists and clinicians who are committed to caring for the nation’s smallest and most vulnerable patients. In Cross Section, we hear first-hand from some of those individuals about their work. The views expressed in this podcast are those of the individuals featured and do not necessarily reflect the po ...
Challenging the mainstream, negative stereotypes of people with a mental illness ths program actively engages those living with a mental illness as researchers, interviewers, performers and program designers while promoting community mental health awareness.
Move Forward Radio is brought to you by the American Physical Therapy Association. Learn how a physical therapist can help you at ChoosePT.com.
Interviews and feature reports from SBS News.
A weekly podcast interviewing experts in the prenatal, natural birth and pediatric care field sharing their wisdom about how to feel safe, supported and empowered during your pregnancy, birth and parenthood. Brought to you by the prenatal and pediatric specialists in acupuncture, chiropractic, massage, yoga, lactation and birth education at the Cap Wellness Center.
Converstaions to help you live and mother well.
The Joy Factor is a podcast for anyone with a desire to create more joy in their lives. Therapist, life coach and yoga teacher, Julie Hanson interviews experts in the field of mental health and wellness along with everyday people who’ve got their own take on how to be on the hunt for joy even in the midst of struggle. She’s on a quest to connect her listeners with the tools, tips and inspiration to claim their right to joy!
Each year, one in five of us will experience a mental health problem. Mental health problems are common but they are also treatable. Yet, if you live in the city, you are more likely to access help that if you live in a rural area of NSW. Welcome to ‘Let’s Talk’, a podcast series is hosted by journalist Kia Handley all about mental health in rural and regional Australia. Hear from people who have battled with their mental health, who have been through tragedy and have come out of the other s ...
This podcast is a brought to you by Southwest Counselling Services in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada. The show is for social workers, counsellors, psychotherapists and anyone in the mental health profession as well anyone looking for more information on improving their mental health or overall wellness. The show is hosted by Clinical Social Worker/Psychotherapist- Matt Barnes. Every episode aims to be informative, relevant and full of practical tips, tricks and wisdom from some of the leading exper ...
My name is Dr. Tevin Naidu, and my aim is to provide publicly accessible mental health education that is simplified, evidence-based and up-to-date. Because education empowers and prevention is greater than intervention. This podcast will equip you with the knowledge, skills and inspiration you need to enhance your physical, mental, social and spiritual well-being. Join me every Monday for expert advice and holistic solutions to your mind-body problems. Listen anywhere you get your podcasts, ...
On this show, we provide information and education on fitness, the pelvic floor, fertility, pregnancy, birth, postpartum, and women's' health. We offer a space to have candid and vulnerable conversations on the struggles and joys of motherhood, including all aspects of our physical, mental, and emotional health. Hosted by Jessie Mundell - mom, kinesiologist, and fitness coach to pregnant and current moms - and Anita Lambert - mom, pelvic health and orthopedic physiotherapist with a focus on ...
What does it mean to be fully human? How can recovery principles support mental health? Recovery Devon and guests open the mic to views on mental health recovery. Established in the mid-2000s, we became a community interest company in 2012. Based in the South West of England, we support recovery as both a personal vision and an underpinning value base to promote radical change in mental health attitudes and provision. Our community of goodwill includes people with lived experience of mental ...
Lectures and discussions to help meet the continuing education needs of physicians and other healthcare professionals involved in neonatal, cardiology, pediatric, obstetric and maternal-fetal medicine. These podcasts are presented through Pediatrix University by the The Center for Research, Education and Quality.The Grand Rounds forum provides topics in neonatal-perinatal medicine. Educational activities offer a combined slide and audio presentation, as well as mp3, mp4, and a non-audio opti ...
Practical advice for mums on looking after your well-being through self-care, compassion & gratitude.
This podcast aims to inspire social workers to: Discover new areas of practice Gain insight into specialty areas and learn new skills How to combine different specialities Be motivated and inspired by hearing the stories of other social workers and not only hear about their successes but also hear about their struggles , challenges and fears Learn about some of the different fields of social work , how to work with each other and what are some of the strengths and limitations of those areas ...
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Psychiatry Conversations is a podcasts series aimed primarily at psychiatry trainees and consultant psychiatrists, but also at any others interested in psychiatry and mental health matters. It consists of interviews and conversations with various mental health specialists on a range of topics related to mental illness and health, as well as other historical, cultural, social, political, ethical and philosophical matters. This series is brought to you by Psych Scene Hub: www.psychscenehub.com ...
Fourth Trimester Podcast: The first months and beyond | Parenting | Newborn Baby | Postpartum | Doula
My name is Sarah Trott. I'm a new mama to a vivacious baby girl and this podcast is all about postpartum care for the few months following birth, the time period also known as the Fourth Trimester. My postpartum doula, Esther Gallagher, is my co-host. She’s a mother, grandmother, perinatal educator, birth and postpartum care provider. I've benefitted hugely from her support. All parents can benefit from the wisdom and support that a postpartum Doula provides. Fourth trimester care is about t ...
An Indigenous run and led 'mums and bubs hub' in Brisbane has long been advocating for culturally appropriate care in improving the outcomes of First Nations mothers and babies. Now it has the data to prove it.
May is Maternal Mental Health Awareness. Joining me today is Jennifer SIlliman, the co-founder of Dark Side of the Full Moon, and a maternal mental health advocate. She talks with us about perinatal mood and anxiety disorder. In this episode, we cover what exactly is perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, how to support other women dealing with this…
In this episode on maternal mental health, Dr. Tevin Naidu discusses depression during pregnancy and the postnatal period (aka perinatal depression); who is at most risk of developing perinatal depression; the signs and symptoms of perinatal depression; the effects of perinatal depression on the mother and the newborn; and how to manage depression …
In this episode we are talking about perinatal mental health, for both mums and dads, and it goes live in support of Maternal Mental Health week. We explore the challenges of parenthood, what it's like to go through postnatal depression and intrusive thoughts, the pressures of social media on new parents, unrealistic expectations and also what help…
A mother driven to help her infant son discovers the Early Intervention Program and fights to get him access to therapies that have helped him thrive and keep up with his peers.By American Physical Therapy Association
Every year, 800,000 babies are born extremely preterm (defined as less than 28 weeks of age) worldwide. These infants are usually transferred to an air-based neonatal intensive care unit to support their heart and lung development. Exposure to air, however, leads to many complications, because the lungs are not fully developed yet. An artificial ut…
In today’s episode, Jessie talks with Inemesit Graham about her personal journey from diastasis recti to Mummy Fitness - and how anti-Blackness shows up in the fitness industry. - - - - - If you liked this episode of To Birth and Beyond, tell your friends! Find us on iTunes and Stitcher to rate/review/subscribe to the show. Want more? Visit www.ToB…
Dr. Rolanda Lister, the TIPQC Officer for Health Equity and Dr. Adelle Monteblanco, Assistant Professor of sociology at Middle Tennessee State university. Dr. Adelle shares with us the effects of extreme heat on perinatal health and how we can help our patients counteract those effects to improve health outcomes in Tennessee. No content or comments…
The first plane from India to Australia in a fortnight has landed in Darwin with just over half its booked passengers onboard, after dozens were barred from flying because they'd tested positive to COVID-19.
As the coronavirus continues to plague India, its impacts are being felt in Australia where people are mourning the loss of relatives from afar.
Could a massive new study change the conversation on payment in postacute care settings? The research, involving 1.4 million episodes of rehab in SNFs, IRFs, and home health agencies, has major implications for discussions about a one-size-fits-all policy approaches.By American Physical Therapy Association
The Federal Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has delivered his budget reply speech, including a centrepiece plan for social and affordable housing.
Hamas militants have launched more rockets at Israel and air attacks have been fired in response.
The first plane load of stranded Australians from India scheduled to arrive in Darwin over the weekend [[May 15]] has been disrupted because of test results.
A coalition of legal experts is voicing alarm, over new laws they fear will lead to the indefinite detention of refugees.
Australian counter-drone technology is being exported in the fight against ‘spies in the sky.’
Australia’s Foreign Minister Maryse Payne has met with her US counterpart to discuss the global fight against the pandemic, variant concerns, COVID-19 origins and vaccine roll outs. It comes as Greece launches a vaccination certificate not yet used in the
To celebrate Masturbation May we’re joined by Dr. Megan Stubbs, author of Playing without a partner, a single’s guide to sex, dating, and happiness, who weighs in on these questions and more! What are the advantages of being single? Is it okay to keep going back to my ex? What does it mean if my partner of over a year hasn’t said I love you? Is aut…
Brittani James and Brandi Jackson are teaching other doctors how to see and undo racism in their workplace.
There are growing calls within Australia's Liberal party to adopt a gender quota, to increase the number of women in parliament. The quota system is being credited for lifting female representation around the world, with Pacific nations now legislating change to reserve seats for women.
In this episode, experts explore how the mind and body intersect in the healing process, and how physical therapists and physical therapist assistants can provide better patient care by understanding the body’s response to stress and trauma.By American Physical Therapy Association
The budget reforms will reduce the corporate tax rate from 30 per cent to 17 per cent on profits from new medical and biotech patents held in Australia.
The first 10-million doses of the Moderna COVID-19 jab will be delivered to Australia by the end of this year, destined for people under the age of 50.
Eid marks the end of Ramadan, a holy month where Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset - a strengthening of their spiritual connection.
A New South Wales government plan to bring international students back to university campuses this year is being considered by the federal government.
Labor is pushing back against the budget, pledging to elevate women's issues ahead of the Opposition leader's reply speech on Thursday.
Israel has killed a Hamas commander and vowed no let-up in its barrages against Gaza, as Palestinian militants rained rockets far across the border.
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with Kyle Rodda about how inflation worries are hitting shares and whether the tech bubble has burst.
Independent panel castigates global leaders and calls for major changes to ensure it cannot happen again.
Six top organisations are mobilising philanthropy and rallying for more government assistance to help those suffering in India, including stranded Australians.
HeHe sits down with Heidi of The Birth Story Podcast to chat all about the role of the doula and why HeHe started The Birth Lounge. This episode will share with you how you can seek out the best doula to fit your birth needs.By HeHe Stewart
Small businesses are welcoming tax relief in the budget as they navigate the economic hit stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.
Australians wanting to take an overseas trip will probably have to wait until at least the middle of next year unless they're planning a visit to New Zealand.
The Prime Minister has defended the decision in the budget, to force new migrants to wait four years before accessing most government welfare payments.
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves explores what this year's budget means for the economy, along with sharemarket opportunities and changes to superannuation with experts in their fields.
Today is our final episode of our 3 part series on the Victorian Royal Commission and Mental Health Reform. In the first week we spoke to the wonderful Cindy Smith, the CEO of the Australian Association of Social Workers. You can listen HEREIn the second week we spoke with the amazing Ingrid Ozols AM, a very powerful mental health and suicide preve…
As the COVID-19 calamity continues to develop in India, the United States is at a turning in its battle against the virus.
There were big spending commitments in many policy areas, and little to none in others. Find out how the federal budget was received by leading voices in different industries.
Representatives from the tourism and higher education sectors claim the budget does not go far enough for their industries.
The 2021-22 Budget is one that centers on job creation, vulnerable Australians and infrastructure spending, but other industries have been left wanting
The Government has found itself with more money than expected, allowing treasurer Josh Frydenberg to produce a budget which is unlike most Coalition Government budgets.
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with Macquarie's Martin Lakos about inflation fears hitting the market, plus Industry Super's Georgia Brumby on the gender disparity.
According to Industry Super, women are typically retiring with almost one-third less money in their superannuation accounts than men.
After being cancelled last year at the height of the coronavirus pandemic, Australia's NAPLAN tests have been held at schools across the country.
A full public health response is underway. A man tested positive after returning from overseas and undertaking hotel quarantine in South Australia.
In today’s episode, Jessie chats with Rebecca Cariati about her experience through birth, high-functioning depression, and her gender-affirming work. - - - - - If you liked this episode of To Birth and Beyond, tell your friends! Find us on iTunes and Stitcher to rate/review/subscribe to the show. Want more? Visit www.ToBirthAndBeyond.com, join our …
The World Health Organisation has welcomed a plateau in the global number of coronavirus cases and deaths. It comes as a number of countries further ease restrictions.
Tensions are escalating in Jerusalem over a controversial plan to evict Palestinians from land claimed by Jewish settlers.
2.6 million Australians have now received at least their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and the residents of more than half of aged care residences are now fully-vaccinated.