Best Publichealth podcasts we could find (Updated June 2019)
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The Pulse
Weekly
 
Listen to full episodes of WHYY’s health, science and innovation program, The Pulse.
 
This podcast explores public health epidemiology careers. The episodes focus on sharing tips, resources, and strategies to help you enter or transition into the field of public health.
 
A public health podcast that connects people with infectious disease questions to people with the answers. A production of the National Collaborating Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCCID). // Un balado sur la santé publique réalisé par le Centre de collaboration nationale des maladies infectieuses (CCNMI) et appelé « Infections en question » fait le lien entre les balados concernant les questions sur les maladies infectieuses et ceux qui offrent des réponses à ces questions.
 
This podcast explores public health epidemiology careers. The episodes focus on sharing tips, resources, and strategies to help you enter or transition into the field of public health.
 
Welcome to the official free Podcast from SAGE for Public Health. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
 
Municipal Equation is a podcast about cities and towns in changing times. Created by the North Carolina League of Municipalities. Producer/host/music Ben Brown.
 
Timely and engaging discussions about advances in clinical research and practice, biomedical science, public health, and health policy.
 
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Global Caveat
Monthly
 
Global Caveat is the podcast that explores the vast field of global health. Global health researchers Diana Klatt and Susanna Park discuss topics, such as research and fieldwork, with each other and guests to examine the connection between health and the sciences and how we have to work together for health, humanity, and the earth.(Music by Cordele Glass. Produced by Klattalyst Ltd.) Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/global-caveat/support
 
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Healthy You
Monthly
 
Healthy You explores the public health landscape and how it impacts your personal health and wellbeing. In each episode we tackle some of the most pressing health concerns of today. Whether you’re looking to start a career in public health, make a change in your life, or just learn something new, this podcast is for you.
 
Podcasts about the life and times of an epidemiologist. I talk to you about everything that goes on in the world and most of what goes on in my life. All from the point of view of someone whose job it is to hear hoof beats and think zebras.
 
ASTHO’s podcast series, the Public Health Review, features health officials and public health leadership who are on the front lines of state and territorial public health. The series capitalizes on current public health issues and delivers timely, thoughtful perspectives on the value of public health through the lens of state/territorial health officials and other subject matter experts.
 
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Blinclusivity
Rare
 
Blinclusivity explores the disability angle of everyday public health issues and the often unaddressed ways that policy issues impact people with disabilities.
 
A regularly updated podcast for the network of people and organizations in the nonprofit, public and private sectors that build resilient families and vibrant communities. This podcast features strategies and pathways to strengthen our Hoosier communities together.
 
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Opioid Prescribing Limits, TMAO and Heart Disease, Diversity in Public Health Schools, Sufentanil for the Battlefield, Menthol Cigarettes, Catch-up Sleep, Interval Training for Fat Loss, 'Broken Heart' Syndrome, and More in JAMA Medical News.
 
This episode features an interview with Ifeoma Ozodiegwu, a member of the APHA Epidemiology section, and recent graduate of the DrPH program at East Tennessee State University (ETSU). She joins us to discuss her student research of obesity in Sub-Saharan Africa.By Dr. CH Huntley.
 
This episode features an interview with Ifeoma Ozodiegwu, a member of the APHA Epidemiology section, and recent graduate of the DrPH program at East Tennessee State University (ETSU). She joins us to discuss her student research of obesity in Sub-Saharan Africa.By Dr. CH Huntley.
 
From penicillin to the moon landing, we have science to thank for humanity’s greatest achievements. But science has also helped advance things we consider common and ordinary. From bicycles to toilets, our everyday objects hold tales of dogged pursuit, and occasional lucky breaks. On this episode of The Pulse, we take a closer look at our stuff ...…
 
In this episode of Infectious Questions, Shivoan & Zeeshan is joined by Ziba Miab (a doctoral stduent at University of Manitoba) will narrate key themes highlighted by refugee women nagivating the Canadian healthcare system.
 
Happy Summer everyone! And welcome to our “director's cut” bonus episode, Healthy Highlights. Today we take a look back at some of our favorite episodes we have put together over the past two seasons of Healthy You. Stay tuned for start of season 3 in the Fall! "Mystery (Royalty Free Music)" by HolFix is licensed under a Creative Commons Licens ...…
 
Recently, I asked our community to name their biggest public health career challenge, the one thing that was preventing them from accomplishing their career goals. My reason for asking was so that I could direct people toward helpful resources. I found that some people didn’t realize that resources were available to address their specific chall ...…
 
Recently, I asked our community to name their biggest public health career challenge, the one thing that was preventing them from accomplishing their career goals. My reason for asking was so that I could direct people toward helpful resources. I found that some people didn’t realize that resources were available to address their specific chall ...…
 
Is going on a medical mission trip for two weeks really helping people? Where does the money spent on these trips go? How do we pick an ethical organization? Should I just go on vacation instead? On this episode, we discuss all of these questions about voluntourism and so much more with Emily Scott, RN. We talk about the differences between imp ...…
 
You’re developing a new, revolutionary product. You have all the science figured out, it works like a charm. Problem is, nobody wants — or needs — your product. How do things like this happen? On this episode, we look into this phenomenon, of missing something that’s pretty obvious — the things we didn’t see coming. Why do we miss them — and ho ...…
 
Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are stressful events, including child abuse and other household challenges, that can have a negative impact on early brain development and lifelong health. In this episode, Judy Cameron, a psychiatry professor at the University of Pittsburgh, discusses her research on how early life experiences shape brain d ...…
 
Q & A with Patricia Boyle, PhD: Susceptibility to Scammers Might Signify Increased Risk of Dementia Read the article: Low Awareness of Scammers’ Tactics Linked to Dementia Risk in Cognitively Normal People
 
In this episode, you will meet the Leah Roman of Roman Public Health Consulting. In a previous episode, I mentioned Leah as a great example of professional networking. Those of you who know her are probably nodding your heads right now. She is very genuine and networking seems to come naturally to her. You may also remember Leah from the very f ...…
 
In this episode, you will meet the Leah Roman of Roman Public Health Consulting. In a previous episode, I mentioned Leah as a great example of professional networking. Those of you who know her are probably nodding your heads right now. She is very genuine and networking seems to come naturally to her. You may also remember Leah from the very f ...…
 
Scientist. Farmer. Feminist. Leader. Alpha male. Veteran. African-American. Hindu. Identity isn’t just about who we think we are — it’s about how others perceive us, and how we move through the world. It’s determined by our families and culture; our race and gender; our jobs, personalities, bodies, and minds. All of those things make up our per ...…
 
In this episode, you will meet the CEO of CVH Consulting, Christie VanHorn. If her name sounds familiar to you, then you may remember her from the very first Public Health Consulting and Entrepreneurship Expo that I held, where she was one of my cohosts. She joins me on this episode to talk about her public health journey, from employee to cons ...…
 
In this episode, you will meet the CEO of CVH Consulting, Christie VanHorn. If her name sounds familiar to you, then you may remember her from the very first Public Health Consulting and Entrepreneurship Expo that I held, where she was one of my cohosts. She joins me on this episode to talk about her public health journey, from employee to cons ...…
 
Where do we draw the line between research and healthcare? What is the “minority tax” and why does this matter? How does one pursue their passions without compromising their identity? On this episode, we talk with Daniel M. Gonzalez about the intersection of global health and medicine. We also talk about the importance of identity and how your ...…
 
There’s a comfort to the mainstream way of doing things — it offers standard solutions to standard problems. But sometimes existing systems don’t work or aren’t accessible, and we’re forced to carve out our own paths. On this episode, we explore stories of opting out — and finding new solutions. We hear about communities opting out of conventio ...…
 
Each year, nearly 700 women in the United States die from complications related to pregnancy or delivery, with black women 3 to 4 times more likely than white women to die from a pregnancy-related cause. Three in five of these deaths can be prevented, but it involves a collaborative approach, including consistent care and cross-sector partnersh ...…
 
High Fiber Diet Benefits, Arts and Medical Education, Skipping Breakfast, Wilderness Medicine, Eggs and CVD, Multiple Symptoms in Older Adults, Allergenic Inactive Ingredients, and more in JAMA Medical News.
 
In this episode, I share a story, a message, and an opportunity with you all. I encourage you to listen closely, and take action if any part of this message resonates with you. The opportunity is a global health initiative, a fellowship opportunity for visionary young women compelled to carry out the work of achieving universal health coverage ...…
 
In this episode, I share a story, a message, and an opportunity with you all. I encourage you to listen closely, and take action if any part of this message resonates with you. The opportunity is a global health initiative, a fellowship opportunity for visionary young women compelled to carry out the work of achieving universal health coverage ...…
 
For a lot of Americans, cats and dogs are more than just pets — they’re our fur babies. We’re willing to do whatever it takes to keep them happy and healthy. But sometimes — whatever it takes — gets complicated and expensive. On this episode of The Pulse, we examine pet health from Prozac to surgery, and the epidemic of fat cats and pudgy pups. ...…
 
This is a great opportunity for me to talk to you about my why. In this episode, I explain why I started this podcast, and created programs. Of all of the businesses I could have started, I explain why I chose to build a business around helping all of you get into the field of public health or transition into public health careers. You’ll bette ...…
 
This is a great opportunity for me to talk to you about my why. In this episode, I explain why I started this podcast, and created programs. Of all of the businesses I could have started, I explain why I chose to build a business around helping all of you get into the field of public health or transition into public health careers. You’ll bette ...…
 
Do you know the difference between Diabetes type 1 and type 2? Did you know that the rate of diabetes is increasing around the world, especially in lower and middle income countries? Did you know that diabetes isn’t just about sugar intake, but about genetics, environment, politics, and money?Tune in to listen to us talk with Krish @beyond.the. ...…
 
Cars have played a fundamental role in changing our modern lives — where we live, where we work, the shape of our communities, and how we spend our money and free time. But along with new opportunities, cars have also brought negative impacts — air pollution, traffic deaths, congestion, and road rage, just to name a few. On this episode, we exp ...…
 
The opioid epidemic is the biggest public health crisis we currently face, with an average of 130 Americans dying every day from an opioid overdose. Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is an evidence-based treatment for substance use disorder that combines FDA-approved medication with counseling and behavioral health therapy but is often associ ...…
 
Dr. Elliston is a public health executive with extensive work experience with several public health institutions. She is the President and CEO of Public Health Solutions Executive Search Firm (PHS), which serves as the catalyst in connecting mid to senior level professionals with top public health firms. Dr. Elliston and I are working on ways t ...…
 
Dr. Elliston is a public health executive with extensive work experience with several public health institutions. She is the President and CEO of Public Health Solutions Executive Search Firm (PHS), which serves as the catalyst in connecting mid to senior level professionals with top public health firms. Dr. Elliston and I are working on ways t ...…
 
When’s the last time you saw a get-well card for psoriasis or eczema? Skin’s our biggest organ — and does lots of hard work keeping us healthy — but still, it doesn’t get much respect. Skin regulates our temperature, protects us from germs, and generally serves as the final barrier between our bodies and the world. On this episode, we look at w ...…
 
In this Medical News podcast, Jennifer Abbasi speaks with the author of a recent study in JAMA that looked at the association between dietary cholesterol and cardiovascular disease.
 
Our community has grown tremendously over the last couple of years and I’m thrilled about that. With growth comes change, and it is time to pivot and make adjustments. Not only to accommodate our growth to date, but we must change in order to continue to grow. You know the saying, “what got us here, won’t get us there." Change is good. In fact, ...…
 
Our community has grown tremendously over the last couple of years and I’m thrilled about that. With growth comes change, and it is time to pivot and make adjustments. Not only to accommodate our growth to date, but we must change in order to continue to grow. You know the saying, “what got us here, won’t get us there." Change is good. In fact, ...…
 
Ever wonder what it's like to go into the depths of a cave? What about what caves can tell us about climate science? On this episode, Diana and Susanna talk with Gabi Serrato Marks, a paleoclimatologist, about what we can learn from caves about past climate, how they can inform future climate, and what it's like to be a field scientist with a r ...…
 
Our planet’s surface is 71% water — with five vast oceans that span a range of temperatures and shades of blue. Humans have long loved and feared these oceans. They sustain us and other animals, help regulate our climate, and offer endless opportunities for awe and joy. But our relationship hasn’t always been smooth. The ocean can be a threat t ...…
 
After Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, the Governor of Puerto Rico commissioned a study from GWSPH. Through the study, the team hoped to provide an estimate of excess mortality and evaluate the government’s communication efforts to the public before, during, and after the storm. We talk with two members of the team, Dean Lynn Goldman and Profes ...…
 
Overview: In March 2018, Robert R. Redfield became the 18th director of CDC, bringing to the role more than 30 years of experience as a public health leader engaged in the clinical research and care of viral infections and infectious diseases, especially HIV. Since then, HHS and President Trump have announced an ambitious plan to end HIV in Ame ...…
 
This episode features a member of the American Public Health Association (APHA) Epidemiology section. My guest is Dr. Sreelekha Prakash. She shares her journey into public health with a global health prospective. She started her career as a medical doctor, specifically an emergency clinician, treating patients in India. She describes how that e ...…
 
This episode features a member of the American Public Health Association (APHA) Epidemiology section. My guest is Dr. Sreelekha Prakash. She shares her journey into public health with a global health prospective. She started her career as a medical doctor, specifically an emergency clinician, treating patients in India. She describes how that e ...…
 
Marijuana is starting to feel like the new normal. In less than 25 years, it’s gone from illicit drug to accepted medical treatment in more than half the country — plus cannabis is now legal recreationally in 10 states. It’s been a stunning transformation — one that’s thrust weed (and us) into a brand new reality. On this episode, we tackle som ...…
 
Listen to Dr. Anthony Mazzarelli’s podcast as he talks about the importance of kindness and empathy and how these principles can improve health outcomes and reduce workplace stress and burnout. To view the article click here.
 
US Maternal Mortality, Nonsugar Sweetened Beverages and Stroke, Mesh Implants, Rotavirus Vaccine and Type-1 Diabetes, Childhood Lead Exposure, BRCA Exchange, Consumer Chemicals and Early Puberty, and more in JAMA Medical News. View related article here.
 
My guest on this episode is Dr. Maria Mora Pinzon. She is a preventive medicine and public health physician. Doctors in this specialty use research, epidemiology, quality improvement and policy to promote health. Since they have full medical licenses, they are also able to diagnose and treat patients in a variety of settings. Dr. Pinzon is the ...…
 
My guest on this episode is Dr. Maria Mora Pinzon. She is a preventive medicine and public health physician. Doctors in this specialty use research, epidemiology, quality improvement and policy to promote health. Since they have full medical licenses, they are also able to diagnose and treat patients in a variety of settings. Dr. Pinzon is the ...…
 
What would happen if butterflies disappeared? And what about forests? In this episode, we talk with conservation biologist, Becky Friesen, about the impact that we have on the planet and the impact wildlife and nature has on us. We discuss things like effective methods of wildlife conservation, Becky's research working as a field biologist, and ...…
 
As Kermit the Frog once said — it’s not easy being green. Amid challenges like pollution, deforestation and climate change, engaging with environmental problems can feel like an overwhelming task. To mark Earth Day, we explore some of the ways, big and small, people are working to do just that. Also on this week’s show: How a recent landmark st ...…
 
In honor of Earth Day, we had a conversation with Susan Anenberg, associate professor and Ploy Achakulwisut, postdoctoral scientist, both who work at the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. Through our conversation they shared why air pollution should be considered an immediate threat to our society and why th ...…
 
I’m delighted to introduce you to my special guest on this episode, Rosalie Aguilar. Rosalie is the national project coordinator for Salud America!, which is a national Latino-focused organization that creates culturally relevant and research-based stories, videos, and tools to inspire people to start and support healthy changes to policies, sy ...…
 
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