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Health Freedom Radio

Health Freedom Radio

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Podcast of Health Freedom Radio, a live radio show airing weekly on Tuesdays from 9 to 10 a.m., on WCRN radio central in New England where we’ll be talking about all things health freedom, uncensored!
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Insightful conversations with leading experts in the field of health care, medical research, policy, and more from the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM). Each episode examines the many complexities found at the junction of medicine and society.
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Real World Public Mental Health Translating evidence into practice Welcome to the Real World Public Mental Health (RWPMH) podcast, where we look at how the evidence is being used in the real world to prevent and promote better mental health for all. This podcast will include a diverse range of speakers from academics to practitioners, all of them sharing their experience and expertise in working on mental health at the population level. Stu King (BSPHN Committee Member and founder & CEO of b ...
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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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WE SAID NO

Save Rimrose Valley

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In 2017, Highways England announced that they wanted to build a dual carriageway right through the middle of Rimrose Valley, a country park in Sefton near Liverpool. The only green space in a heavily populated and urbanised area. The purpose of this dual carriageway? To increase the capacity of the nearby Port of Liverpool, owned by Peel Ports. A privately owned organisation based in the Isle of Man. The WE SAID NO podcast tells the story of how the campaign to fight the road and the damage ...
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Exploring Healthwatch

Giulia Zoccatelli and Amit Desai

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Healthwatch organisations were set up in England in 2012 by an Act of Parliament to pick up public and patient concerns and views of their local health and care services. There are 150 Healthwatch in England and each local authority must fund a Healthwatch service. Healthwatch use the insights gathered to advise council and NHS leaders about their communities’ needs, to ensure that residents’ views are heard and acted on in decisions about local health and care services. In this podcast seri ...
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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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UCL (University College London) is consistently ranked among the world's top ten universities (QS World University Rankings 2010 - 2021). Our excellence extends across all academic disciplines, from one of the world's foremost centres for research and teaching in the biological sciences to world-renowned centres for architecture (UCL Bartlett), education (UCL IOE) and fine art (UCL Slade School). UCL is London's leading multidisciplinary university, with more than 13,000 staff and 43,000 stu ...
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Listen in to gain insights into the careers and experiences of Leaders from across Scotland's public sector. Interviewed by Dr Kate Arrow, a Specialty Registrar in Anaesthesia and Dr Thomas Lamont, Specialty Registrar in Restorative Dentistry. Hear the candid stories, experiences and reflections of some of Scotland's most successful Professionals from across Academia, Government, Health & Social Care and The Third Sector.
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The Squirrel’s Heartbeat

Fiona Banner AKA The Vanity Press

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Fiona Banner aka The Vanity Press is a visual artist whose work centres on the problems and possibilities of language, both written and metaphorical. For much of 2020 she has been artist in residence at Phytology, a cultural institute based at Bethnal Green Nature Reserve in East London. During her time there she has been making work with the non-human residents, and also talking to some pretty fab humans, in an open sided potting shed, ruminating on the environment, art and activism. Suppor ...
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Join Cameron and his guests as he explores current issues, from business & technology to mass torts litigation, and sends a message of empowering your own life-changing achievements. Cameron is a nationally renowned U.S. lawyer, founder of multimillion-dollar businesses, author, entrepreneur and public speaker. He serves as Managing Partner of Integrated Professional (IP) Law Leaders, where he's on speed-dial for industry leaders and disrupters alike, and General Counsel and VP of Flow Healt ...
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The Microbe Moment is science stories and news for the microbe enthused hosted by microbe lover, Tess Deyett, Ph.D. and pharmaceutical microbiologist Jon Mitchell. In this microbiology focused podcast, we will give you exciting stories, horrid histories, and the most up-to-date news all through a microbial lens. We will even interview our friends and heroes, diving into their own microbial journey. Tess, Ph.D. was changed forever with her first glimpse into the unseen world. At her first mic ...
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Our primary goal is to help people feel less shitty and less alone.Each year, millions of people around the world attempt to take their own lives- millions. And we almost never talk about it. On this podcast, I talk with suicide attempt survivors, so we can hear their stories- in their words.We release new episodes every Monday morning. If you like the podcast, please consider rating, reviewing and/or subscribing. And let folks know- thanks! Review If you (or someone you know) would like to ...
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We're joined by Mark Chapman, director of NICE's HealthTech programme and Verena Stocker, director of Innovation, Research, Life Sciences and Strategy at NHS England to discuss the benefits and opportunities the proposed pathway will offer.Take part in the consultation: https://www.engage.england.nhs.uk/specialised-commissioning/building-an-integra…
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Zainab Mahdi talks to Fatimah Al-Muqdadi, Architect, Researcher, and Heritage Professional in Iraq. In this episode, Fatimah discusses the current state of heritage in Iraq and the steps needed to preserve and promote Iraq's cultural and natural heritage within the community. Transcription link: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/nahrein/media/podcasts/transcri…
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In Episode 1 of Oral Health Matters, we’re asking whether oral health is a luxury for the wealthy few or a fundamental human right for everyone. We’re also discussing the need for greater partnership working between scholars, practitioners and policy makers and the importance of gaining the trust of communities in order to co-create interventions t…
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Hosted by Olivia Moir, this episode with Dr. Bassel Wattar guides us through heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB); what it is, how common it is, how do we diagnose it, and how do we treat it? We also talk about research in this area, and specifically the importance of including community perspectives in research practise, and how Dr. Bassel Wattar's team…
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In this episode we interview Professor Jim Griffin from the Department of Statistical Science at University College London. This is the first in a series of interviews with Statistical Science academics about how their research crosses over with the discipline of Sustainability. We discuss the potential of environmental DNA analysis for biodiversit…
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Ashley Grogg, MSN-RN, Founder of Hoosiers for Medical Liberty The VAERS Project Dr Andrea Nazarenko, Dr. Nazarenko, co-founded The Inspired Network alongside Susie Olson Corgan. - This is a collaborative effort to strengthen the foundations of the health and freedom movement by bringing together like-minded individuals to enhance and streamline the…
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Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Demetre Daskalakis is the Director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases. Hilary Marston is the Chief Medical Officer of the Food and Drug Administration. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing E…
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On this episode I talk with Lisa. Lisa lives in Florida and she is a suicide attempt survivor. 😁 MEMBERSHIP (https://suicidenoted.supercast.com) → Massive Public Thanks → Exclusive Events → Ask Me Anything (any time) 🚨 SIGNAL (attempt support circle) 😄 VOLUNTEER Our goal is to transcribe all of our episodes. Want to help (most of the work done by f…
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Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Jeanne Marrazzo is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Arnold Monto is emeritus professor of public health at the University of Michigan. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of th…
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In this special edition of our podcast series we are revisiting the topic of air pollution. We last covered this in 2021 and heard about just some of the impacts the poor air quality in our part of Sefton has on people’s lives. In this episode, we delve even deeper into the subject. Our charity, Rimrose Valley Friends, recently secured funding to r…
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Alicia Fernandez is a professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. A. Fernandez and M.H. Chin. Keep Your Eyes on the Prize — Focusing on Health Care Equity. N Engl J Med 2024;390:1733-1736.
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Zainab Mahdi talks to Dr Dhiaa Kareem Ali, lecturer at the University of Kufa and Nahrein Network - British Institute for the Study of Iraq (BISI) Visiting Scholar. Dr Dhiaa talks about his work with the Mandaean community, both in Iraq and the Diaspora. Transcription link: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/nahrein/media/podcasts/transcript-conversation-dhiaa-…
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On this episode I talk with Will. Will lives in Michigan and he is a suicide attempt survivor. 😁 MEMBERSHIP (https://suicidenoted.supercast.com) → Massive Public Thanks → Exclusive Events → Ask Me Anything (any time) 🚨 SIGNAL (attempt support circle) 😄 VOLUNTEER Our goal is to transcribe all of our episodes. Want to help (most of the work done by f…
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Joshua Sharfstein is distinguished professor of the practice in health policy and management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. J.M. Sharfstein and L.O. Gostin. The Public Good on the Docket — The Supreme Court’s Evolving Approach to Public Hea…
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In the final episode of this series of Generation One, we take a look at cities and climate action. With many elections happening around the world, what are cities actually doing to adapt to climate change, mitigate climate impact on populations, and reduce emissions? Our hosts discuss urban adaptation and transformation with UCL Professor Lauren A…
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How does our understanding of genetics shape the health of the public?In this month’s episode, our experts dive into the exciting world of genetics, exploring the latest technological breakthroughs and innovations. They discuss not only the value of these advancements but also the ethical considerations surrounding them, particularly in how they ca…
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Guest: Gregg Richards, EnoughMA.org MBTA Communities Act Government Overreach, Globalization & “Control Grid” Legislation Empowering the people at the local level ENOUGH! OPPOSE MBTA Communities enoughMA.org (For Shrewsbury but still helpful to other towns that are asking questions and looking for information about the MBTA Communities Act.) OPPOSE…
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On this episode I talk with Jessie. Jessie lives in New Jersey and she is a suicide attempt survivor. 😁 MEMBERSHIP (https://suicidenoted.supercast.com) → Massive Public Thanks → Exclusive Events → Ask Me Anything (any time) 🚨 SIGNAL (attempt support circle) 😄 VOLUNTEER Our goal is to transcribe all of our episodes. Want to help (most of the work do…
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In the Second Episode of Season Two Professor Mark Weeden talks about his current research across the Cuneiform World from hieroglyphic inscriptions discovered in Turkey to cuneiform tablets found in Iraq. You can see more about Prof. Weeden at the Departmental People page.Transcript: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/classics/sites/classics/files/markweedentr…
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Season Two begins with a discussion with Prof. Phiroze Vasunia who talks about his new inter-institution research project ‘Comparative Classics, Greece, Rome, and India’. You can see more about Prof. Vasunia at the Departmental People page and more on the project is situated on the Departmental Research pages. Transcript link: https://www.ucl.ac.uk…
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(Mis)understanding heroes: from Achilles to Superman In this episode, we embark on an exciting journey as Antony bills Achilles alongside Superman.Transcript link: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/classics/sites/classics/files/makrinospodcasttranscript.docxDate of episode recording: 2021-11-25T00:00:00ZDuration: 00:30:11Language of episode: EnglishPresenter:M…
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In this episode, Marta speaks about the political dimensions and implications, past and present, of Lucretius' poem On the Nature of Things.Transcription link: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/classics/sites/classics/files/marta_podcast_transcription_revised.docxDate of episode recording: 2021-07-20T00:00:00ZDuration: 00:20:06Language of episode: 00:20:06Pres…
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In this episode, Melissa explores the reception of Homer and Virgil, and the concept of 'family' in their epics, in 20th-century Germany and France.Transcription link: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/classics/sites/classics/files/family_in_broch_and_giraudouxs_receptions_of_the_homeric_and_virgilian_epics_transcript.docxDate of episode recording: 2021-06-28T…
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In this episode Sofia takes us on a journey through the world of Seneca's tragedies. Transcription link: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/classics/sites/classics/files/episode_2_ucl_podcast.docxDate of episode recording: 2021-04-28T00:00:00ZDuration: 00:23:42Language of episode: EnglishPresenter:Mateen ArghandehpourGuests: Sofia BongiovanniProducer: Sofia Bon…
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Welcome to this new podcast series featuring the research of UCL's staff and students on fascinating topics relating to the ancient world.In this episode Mateen speaks about the relationships between Greece and Persia during the Persian Wars, particularly focusing on the role played by religion.https://www.ucl.ac.uk/classics/ancient-world-new-voice…
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