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Best Chris Ashmore podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Chris Ashmore podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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RACS Post Op Podcast is a medical podcast by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. It features extended interviews on articles in the current issue of Surgical News magazine, plus practical advice that surgeons can implement in their practices, including insights on financial management and wealth creation, legal and tax advice and economic forecasts.
 
Audiences are increasingly tuning in to podcasts. Is it any wonder? Podcasts are becoming easier to access, the quality is better than ever, and more podcasts are available on a range of topics and interests. The number of consumers who regularly listen to on-demand ‘talk’ audio is in the millions in Australia and steadily growing. Research continues to show that podcasting provides a deeper level of engagement than many other forms of media – podcast audiences are actively listening to thei ...
 
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Living and working in regional parts of Australia can be immensely rewarding for surgeons. Port Macquarie on NSW's mid-north coast has been an attractive place to call home for both Dr Kesley Pedler and Dr Rupert Snyman and their respective families. They discuss why they made the move, the work that they do, some of the challenges of working i ...…
 
There are many things that go into developing a successful podcast, essential however is building strong relationships, creating great content and developing standout marketing. Career marketer, Pam Kramer has just spent four years as CMO at US podcast network Cadence13. Along with her team, Pam launched more than 40 new podcasts and generated ...…
 
Specialist upper gastrointestinal surgeon, Dr Ken Loi has a number of priorities he'd like to address as regional chairman NSW RACS. In this episode, Dr Loi also discusses NSW Surgeons month which helps recognise and celebrate the wide variety of work that surgeons do.By Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
 
Due to its low barrier to entry, a successful podcast might seem easy to create. But for businesses the stakes are higher. Like all content, a podcast is a reflection of your brand and with listenership growing every day, a savvy podcast audience is expecting a quality experience. BE’s own Head of Audio, Pete Letts joins Nick Schildberger and N ...…
 
To help shine a light on the financial considerations involved for Fellows entering into private practice, the Bongiorno National Network is running a series of workshops around Australia. It includes the upcoming 'Preparation for Private Practice' in Brisbane. Presenting at the event is Simon Farmer, Managing Director of Walshs. On this episod ...…
 
Matty Staudt has traversed the full landscape of audio production, from his days a radio DJ to his part in the early stages of podcast development at iHeart Media. Today he has founded his own podcast production company, Jam Street Media, focusing on branded content from his home in Los Angeles, California. He walks us through his journey and w ...…
 
The College's Trainee Association – or RACSTA – serves an important role in representing the interests of surgical trainees. Imogen Ibbett, Chair of RACSTA, explains the good work the organisation does and how it strongly advocates the quality of training, workplace culture and well-being of trainees.…
 
Podcasting officially began in 2004, the same year that Rob Greenlee moved from radio into the podcast space. Today Rob is VP of Content and Partnerships at Libsyn, co-host of the New Media Show and an Inductee into the Podcast Hall of Fame. Rob’s insight into the industry and where it’s heading is vast and he brings a rare perspective to the m ...…
 
After facing his own battle with mental illness, cardiologist Dr Geoffrey Toogood champions mental health support for fellow medical professionals and the general public. He says it's important for people to talk about mental health issues in order to break down the stigma. For support and advice, talk to your GP, or contact Oz Lifeline 13 11 1 ...…
 
If you’re involved in podcasting or want to be, Podcast Movement is the place to be. It's the largest podcasting conference in the world, held this year in Orlando, Florida. It brings together hosting platforms, podcast networks, media, distribution channels, podcast professionals and novices. All in a joint effort to learn, network and develop ...…
 
RACS recently welcomed its new president, Adelaide paediatric surgeon, Dr Tony Sparnon, who replaced outgoing president, Dr John Batton. Since his appointment, Dr Sparton has been busy with issues relating to surgeons’ fees, informed consent and informed financial consent. He says it’s important that the College continues to adapt its surgical ...…
 
If you're a festival organiser or you're holding an event with talented speakers and intriguing topics, have you thought of recording the sessions for those who can't attend? It expands the life of the event well beyond the days of the festival or presentation. Melbourne Food & Wine, one of Australia's best known and largest food festivals, app ...…
 
Stress can sneak up on anyone over time, and if left unchecked can affect the quality of behaviour and performance. But there are strategies to help build resilience – not only at the individual level, but for teams and organisations as well. General surgeon Dr Richard Turner, who is Director of Hobart Clinical School and Professor of Surgery a ...…
 
A special treat this episode – first we hear from BE's own executive producer, Heather Dawson, on what makes a great interview. Heather - a former BBC and ABC journalist - has interviewed thousands of guests in her career. She says the art of the interview comes down to the planning as well as the execution. Also, we hear from workplace psychol ...…
 
The lack of surgeons based in rural and regional Australia is impacting the health and financial wellbeing of families living in those areas. Long commutes to capital cities to access surgery mean some people are forgoing care entirely. Economic modelling done by ENT Surgeon and newly-appointed Chair of the RACS Rural Surgery Section Committee, ...…
 
Editing is the least appealing part of making a podcast episode, but it’s crucial if you want listeners to be engaged. That's according to Ran Levi, producer of Israel's most listened to podcast, Making History. Ran details some of the most common podcasting mistakes, including: self-deprecating hosts, using YouTube as a hosting service, and no ...…
 
From the practice structure you choose, to tax, insurance, superannuation, investing and personal finance - all the critical considerations for starting out in private practice are discussed in the Preparation for Practice workshops, launched by RACS and drawing on the expertise of accounting and financial advisory group, the Bongiorno National ...…
 
Dr Phil Worley, Chair for the RACS South Australia State Committee, examines the current and future initiatives in South Australia. In recent times, the state has benefited from major medical developments, including the Royal Adelaide Hospital and the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute. In early September, Port Lincoln will ...…
 
Audiograms are proving to be highly effective to promote podcast episodes in social media feeds, like Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter. We hear from Oliver Wellington, founder of Headliner, an increasingly popular online tool aimed at podcasters to generate and share videos. He shares his tips on what works best – including the size and type of ...…
 
Fellows and Trainees in Australia and New Zealand can be assured that personal or reflective notes are registered under Commonwealth legislation for protection. This clarification from Michael Gorton AM, from Russell Kennedy Lawyers, stems from a negligence case in the UK where it was suggested reflective notes were used against Dr Bawa-Garba i ...…
 
It’s been a big year for Sharon Taylor, Managing Director of Omny Studio. With Triton Digital’s acquisition of Omny and a non-stop international travel schedule, she makes time to stop by again and break it all down. She chats with Nick and Nic about what the purchase means not just for Omny but for podcasters and listeners. They also discuss t ...…
 
What do surgeons need to provide high quality surgical care in every part of Queensland? That's the challenge facing Paediatric Surgeon and Adjunct Professor Deborah Bailey, the newly appointed Chair of the RACS Queensland State Committee. She says it's important for RACS to promote the highest standards of education and professionalism in surg ...…
 
Marvin Jacobs is the Creative Director of Airborne, the audio company behind The Journey, an outstanding, award-winning podcast from KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. Chris Ashmore asks Marvin about the idea behind The Journey, the process of extracting and distilling incredible stories and whether the podcast met expectations. The execution of The Jou ...…
 
Most Australian surgeons struggle with shoulder, neck and upper back pain, according to recent research conducted by Dr Katherine Grant and Dr Leong Tiong. Dr Grant is a surgical resident based at Royal Adelaide Hospital and is pursuing a career in general surgery. The research was based on a survey which also showed that female and younger sur ...…
 
Since its launch in 2017, Kellie Riordan has been instrumental with the ABC's Audio Studios, a one-stop shop at the Australian public broadcaster to create new on-demand and linear audio shows. The ABC has raised the bar with the quality level of Australian podcasts - so much so, it dominated the podium at this year's Australian Podcast Awards. ...…
 
Introducing Nicole Goodman, an Australian Podcast Awards winner, and BE's newest producer. Nicole joins Nick and Chris to examine some of the winners of the latest podcast awards in Australia and overseas. Also, they question the way some podcast producers are dumbing down the way they tell their stories, and consequently how they're not respec ...…
 
Professor Kingsley Faulkner has overseen significant transformation of the Foundation for Surgery since his leadership in 2010. Stepping down this month, he reflects on the achievements of the Foundation over the last nine years, which has included a significant increase in donations. Professor Faulkner reminisces over his medical career, inclu ...…
 
It was her own love of listening to podcasts that triggered marketing guru Carolyn Walker, CEO of Response Marketing, to approach her client McAfee with an idea of producing a branded podcast. The leap of faith has paid off big time – McAfee's podcast, Hackable?, today has more than 100,000 subscribers, 2.3 million downloads and is in the top 1 ...…
 
Respected expert and commentator on the future of podcasting and radio, James Cridland, joins Nick and Chris to discuss current issues in the world of podcasting. How important is the Apple Podcasts chart and platform for marketing podcasts? Is SoundCloud a viable platform to host podcasts? What's the likelihood of Spotify dominating the space? ...…
 
How does a podcast stand out from a crowd of 700,000 or so that now exist? Don't do what everyone else is doing: quality production and a narrative form of storytelling helps build engagement from the get-go, according to Steve Pratt co-founder of Pacific Content, producers of some of the world's best-known branded podcasts. Their work includes ...…
 
Stark differences are emerging in tax policy between the major political parties as we head full tilt towards the federal election on May 18th. How will your financial health be impacted by a change in Government and what are the big comparisons between the tax policies of the Coalition versus the ALP? Michael Waycott of the Bongiorno National ...…
 
An often misunderstood and neglected part of podcasting is audio quality. Your podcast now is competing with increasing numbers of professionally-made and commercial quality shows. Attitudes of “close enough” is “good enough” won’t cut it anymore. This episode we sit down with our own Director of Audio and Podcasting, Peter Letts, who for more ...…
 
Most surgical trainees respond well to feedback on their performance – they reflect on the advice that's given and make the necessary changes to improve. But, some trainees are less responsive and conversations with them can be quite challenging. That's according to neurosurgeon, Dr Andrew Davidson, Associate Professor at Macquarie University. ...…
 
More than half of Americans have now listened to a podcast, pushing the medium firmly into the mainstream according to latest results of The Infinite Dial 2019 from Edison Research and Triton Digital. While podcasting listenership is steadily increasing, Facebook continues to decline with an estimated 15 million fewer users than two years ago. ...…
 
Last year, the College welcomed urological surgeon, Dr Henry Woo, as an elected Council Member. Based at the Sydney Adventist Hospital, Dr Woo is renowned as a pioneer in the development of therapies for benign prostate disease. He is also Professor of Surgery with the Sydney Medical School of the University of Sydney; he's on the Board of Dire ...…
 
For many of us social media can be both helpful and annoying. Annoying because it can take over our lives if we let it. Helpful because it allows us to connect and engage in a deeper way than anything before. The College has embraced social media to connect and inform Fellows and Trainees. Agron Dauti, the College's Digital Media Coordinator, e ...…
 
With a network of more than 8,000 radio stations and media partners in the US, it made sense for Westwood One to expand its presence into the on-demand space. Kelli Hurley, SVP Digital Partnerships at Westwood One, was instrumental in forging a path into podcasting. In this episode she explains why podcasting is so important for advertisers and ...…
 
As Spotify prepares to invest up to $500 million in podcasting acquisitions in 2019, it's already shaping up to be huge year in podcasting. What does this all this mean for brands looking to invest in an audio strategy? Sharon Taylor, CEO of Omny Studio, joins co-hosts Nick Schildberger and Chris Ashmore on a new look and a new sound. We've had ...…
 
A recent qualitative study attempts to examine the reasons why women are choosing to leave surgical training, proportionally higher than men. Lead author, Gold Coast surgeon Dr Rhea Liang, says there are a myriad of reasons including bullying, sexual harassment, unavailability of leave, insufficient role models and lack of pathways for support. ...…
 
How widespread is the inappropriate use of antibiotics in Australian surgery? Pretty wide, according to Dr Kathryn Daveson, the Clinical Director for the Antimicrobial Resistance and Usage in Australia Surveillance System. But a wider awareness of the issues is leading to better prescribing practices.…
 
How will politics affect the economy in general and your practice in particular in the year ahead? We ask Professor Neville Norman of Melbourne University for his assessment of the year ahead. Do we have reason to be optimistic or otherwise? Neville underlines the political likelihoods in 2019, while offering his economic predictions for 2019 a ...…
 
A medical team at the Royal Children's Hospital was in the media spotlight recently as they prepared to separate conjoined Bhutanese twins, Nima and Dawa. The 14-month-old girls and their mother were brought to Australia in October, courtesy of the charity organisation Children First Foundation, to undergo the surgery led by Dr Joe Crameri, Hea ...…
 
Do you blow through a straw in the shower? Do you chew cud like a cow? Do you regularly stretch your articulators? If you're not sure what all this means, then it's likely you're not warming up your voice properly. Voice coach, Anouska Taylor, takes Chris Ashmore through a training regime to get the most out of your voice in a podcast. And, to ...…
 
A recent study of notifications made to the Medical Board of Australia showed that surgeons are twice as likely to have claims made against them than any other physicians. Why? Medico-legal expert and Michael Gorton AM from Russell Kennedy Lawyers tells us what the data reveals, with some wise advice on how to keep those complaints at bay.…
 
The Bicycle Network, Australia's largest cycling advocacy body, is calling for laws to be relaxed to allow cyclists to ride without helmets on paths where there isn't traffic. For the College's position on this issue, we hear from Professor Jeffrey Rosenfeld AC OBE, Director of the Monash Institute of Medical Engineering, Professor of Surgery a ...…
 
OzPod is an annual podcasting conference, bringing together the industry leaders in one place on one day to discuss all things podcasting. The ABC-organised event was held this year at Federation Square on October 17th. BE’s Nick Schildberger and Chris Ashmore are joined this episode by Sharon Taylor, CEO of Omny Studio, to discuss some of the ...…
 
For more than 25 years, Dr Gerald Hickson and his colleagues at Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) have studied reasons why patients file malpractice claims and what can be done to improve patient care. Key initiatives include both patient and staff reporting systems which encourage the disclosure of unsafe medical practices. Dr Hickso ...…
 
When ENT surgeon Dr Gillian Dunlop told her father she wanted to be an artist on finishing high school, he said get a 'proper job'. As much as it distressed her at the time, she's grateful now; she insists it's important for women to achieve financial independence. It's a topic Dr Dunlop will cover at this year's RACS NSW Surgeon's month at the ...…
 
A podcast produced in-house for a medical organisation has commanded a huge following and accolades since its debut in June 2015. Produced by Mic Cavazzini, Pomegranate Health is a podcast for the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, a member association representing 25,000 medical and trainee specialists in Australia and New Zealand. The ...…
 
Perth-based Plastic and Reconstructive Surgical Trainee, Dr Emily Ryan is conducting world-first research to understand the connection between Non-Severe Burn Injury (NSBI) and high rates of cardiovascular disease (CVD). She has had access to 30 years of records from Western Australian hospitals showing an increase in hospitalisation of NSBI pa ...…
 
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