Best epidemiology podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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This podcast explores public health epidemiology careers; sharing tips, resources, and strategies to help graduate students and other professionals enter or transition into the field.
 
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.
 
Official podcast of the Canadian Society for Epidemiology and Biostatistics
 
Public Health and Epidemiology (Richard Doll Seminars)
 
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The Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health is a truly international journal that encompasses all aspects of epidemiology and public health. It publishes original research, opinions and materials concerned with the study and improvement of communities worldwide.
 
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Interviews with authors of articles from JAMA Cardiology. JAMA Cardiology publishes exceptional original research, state-of-the-art reviews, and informative opinions that advance the science and practice of cardiology, enhance cardiovascular health, and inform health care policy. JAMA Cardiology is the definitive journal for clinical investigators, clinicians, and trainees in cardiovascular medicine worldwide. JAMA Cardiology focuses on all aspects of cardiovascular medicine, including epide ...
 
Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA)Leading through science
 
Podcasts from the April 2009 issue of Dermatologic Clinics - Dermatologic Epidemiology and Public Health, guest edited by Robert Dellavalle, MD, PhD, MSPH. Published by Elsevier.
 
Meet the Microbiologist is a podcast that showcases the people behind the scientific discoveries. Each guest introduces their research in one of the cutting-edge areas of the microbial sciences: genomics, antibiotic resistance, synthetic biology, emerging infectious diseases, microbial ecology, public health, probiotics, and more! You no longer have to suffer in silence: learn about epidemiology as you run errands, explore drug discovery as you drive home, delve into microbial genomics at th ...
 
ASN Kidney News is a newsmagazine aimed specifically at the nephrology community. Its articles address new clinical developments, epidemiological findings, federal and state policy updates, insights about practice management, industry trends, and opinions from leading nephrologists and other policymakers.
 
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Translational research in NDM has a truly worldwide impact, with scientists and clinicians investigating epidemiology, treatment, and prevention of disease on a global scale. Our podcasts on Global Health illuminate this work, and discuss research conducted in Oxford and around the world to better understand and manage emerging and endemic diseases.
 
Lupus Science and Medicine is a global, peer reviewed, Open Access, online journal that provides a central point for publication of basic, clinical, translational, and epidemiological studies of all aspects of lupus and related diseases. It is the first lupus-specific Open Access journal in the world and was developed in response to the need for a barrier-free forum for publication of groundbreaking studies in lupus.
 
RMD Open is an online only Open Access journal that publishes high-quality peer-reviewed original research covering the full spectrum of musculoskeletal disorders, rheumatism and connective tissue diseases, including osteoporosis, spine and rehabilitation. Clinical and epidemiological research, basic and translational medicine, interesting clinical cases, and smaller studies that add to the literature are all considered. RMD Open is co-owned by EULAR and BMJ.http://rmdopen.bmj.com/
 
The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry is the authoritative source of information for the rapidly developing field of geriatric psychiatry. Published monthly, AJGP publishes peer-reviewed articles on the diagnosis and classification of psychiatric disorders of later life, epidemiological and biological correlates of mental health of older adults, and psychopharmacology and other somatic treatments.
 
A woman's midlife transition from peri-menopause through post-menopause brings a period of vulnerability for physiologic and symptomatic changes affecting both physical and mental health. Estrogen has multiple effects on neurotransmitter systems and brain regions including the hypothalamus, neocortex, hippocampus, and brainstem. During times of estrogen fluctuations and decline, dysregulation of neuroendocrine systems can lead to physiologic effects such as hot flashes, reduced bone mass, an ...
 
ASN Kidney News is a newsmagazine aimed specifically at the nephrology community. Its articles address new clinical developments, epidemiological findings, federal and state policy updates, insights about practice management, industry trends, and opinions from leading nephrologists and other policymakers.
 
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In today’s episode, I focus on cervical health. One of the themes that have come up in my client work is the importance of paying attention to cervical health. I have supported countless clients to identify underlying infections and abnormal cervical cells through charting. In this episode, I share what to look for and how to know if you should ...…
 
Very excited to provide this for you all! This is the start of our ACL series in which we will have 3 episodes dedicated to the different stages involved in ACL injuries. This first episode will involve the epidemiology and mechanics involved with ACL injury and we will move forward from there!
 
In this episode, we speak with Dr. Christina Roberto, the director of the Psychology of Eating and Consumer Health Lab (PEACH Lab) at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Roberto has been a leading researcher of recent studies that have looked into menu labelling policies in the United States. Dr. Roberto tells us how menu labelling policies spr ...…
 
Dr. Valter Longo is coming to us from across the pond. He’s internationally recognized as a leader in the field of aging studies and related diseases. Today, we’re going to talk about the benefits and risks of fasting and what role it plays in our longevity. Dr. Longo’s discoveries include some of the major genetic pathways that regulate aging ...…
 
Episode Notes What Is Blokeology? Blokeology is all about an evidence-based approach to health, fitness and lifestyle. Blokeology is my effort, in my own little corner of the internet, to live a decent, healthy life but to bring in some evidence around men’s health to inform that. I’m a doctor so that involves stuff like physiology and psycholo ...…
 
In this episode of Surgery 101 final year McMaster medical student, Julie La, will discuss obesity. By the end of this podcast you should be able to: Define what is obesity. Describe the most recent epidemiology of obesity globally and in Canada. Calculate body mass index and define the terms overweight, obesity and severe obesity. Review the p ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: How Climate Change Helped Lyme Disease Invade AmericaAuthor: Julia BelluzNarrator: Mia GaskinFormat: UnabridgedLength: 9 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 06-20-17Publisher: VoxGenres: Newspapers & Magazines, News & CulturePublisher's Summary:When Pr ...…
 
“If we read an article in the newspaper presenting two opposing viewpoints, we assume both have validity, and we think it would be wrong to shut one side down. But often one side is represented only by a single ‘expert’.” In this episode of Made You Think, Neil and I discuss Merchants of Doubt: How a Handful of Scientists Obscured the Truth on ...…
 
Dr. Terry Wahls, an internal medicine doctor, has an amazing story of how through using food as medicine she was able to reverse the effects of multiple sclerosis and turn herself around from being in a wheelchair to cycling around the block. We talk about the role of food, supplements, functional medicine in the Wahls protocol. This is an insp ...…
 
Epidemiology of cardiovascular disease: the new ESC Atlas and beyond Read the issue Read the editorial text on the EHJ website
 
A new comprehensive report by the national Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, concludes vaping e-cigarettes containing nicotine can be addictive. It also states this may put teenagers who use them at a high risk of smoking. Host Dan Loney talks with Adam Leventhal, Author of this report and Director of the University of California ...…
 
We know that smoking 20 cigarettes a day increases your risk of CHD and stroke - but what happens if you cut down to 1, do you have 1/20th of that risk?Allan Hackshaw, professor of epidemiology at UCL joins us to discuss a new systematic review and meta analysis published on bmj.com, examining the risk of smoking just one or two cigarettes a...…
 
Fluoride in water is supposed to protect the public health and be a good thing, right? Well, it’s time to revisit this assumption. A study published in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, a British Medical Journal (BMJ) publication, found that fluoride exposure should be considered a contributing factor to hypothyroidism. Watch our ...…
 
Marisa Molina helps people to transform their relationship with food, their bodies, and themselves so they can eat, love and live freely. She teaches people how to use mindfulness and awareness to move past mental blocks that keep them from reaching their goals and to face challenges with ease. She works with clients and teaches coaches how to ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Diet for the MINDSubtitle: The Latest Science on What to Eat to Prevent Alzheimer's and Cognitive Decline - from the Creator of the MIND DietAuthor: Martha Clare MorrisNarrator: Deanna McGovernFormat: UnabridgedLength: 6 hrs and 46 minsLanguage: English ...…
 
Michael Hager was diagnosed with HIV in November 2002 when he was just 22 years old. Already grappling with Crohn's Disease at the time, Michael was completely unprepared to handle HIV and finish his coursework and forge ahead to medical school. He decided to lean into HIV and started working for the Boston Public Health Commission AIDS Program ...…
 
In this episode, we speak with faculty facilitators Dr. David Abrams and Dr. Raymond Niaura and Research Lab Manager Mahathi Vojjala from the Tobacco Research lab. They describe their work in the lab, the impact tobacco has had on various populations and how their research can inform policy tobacco laws. In the lab, students engage in a variety ...…
 
This episode of Surgery 101, 4th year medical student Nikytha Antony, discusses Endometriosis. After listening to this podcast you should be able to: Describe the epidemiology and pathophysiology of endometriosis Recognize the symptoms that might be present on initial presentation Discuss the differential and diagnosis of endometriosis Discuss ...…
 
We’ll talk with Chet Holstein who makes Kuma Turmeric Liqueur in Washington State. We’ll talk about his unusual and delicious product. Plus the humble Gin and Tonic - how can we change things up a little? It’s the Bartender Journey Podcast No. 236! ​Listen with the audio player on this page, or subscribe in Apple Podcasts, Android or Stitcher R ...…
 
Charles Ortleb, the publisher and editor-in-chief of New York Native, discusses a recent column on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome by Jane E. Brody in The New York Times. He also discusses the reporting he published by Neenyah Ostrom in New York Native on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome three decades earlier. Not only did The New York Times ignore Ortleb's d ...…
 
Charles Ortleb, the publisher and editor-in-chief of New York Native, discusses a recent column on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome by Jane E. Brody in The New York Times. He also discusses the reporting he published by Neenyah Ostrom in New York Native on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome three decades earlier. Not only did The New York Times ignore Ortleb's d ...…
 
It takes a special kind of person to be a fundraiser. Or at least that is what we tell ourselves. For most people, fundraising is intimidating. After all, who wants to go around asking other people for money. For most of us, fundraising doesn’t come naturally. And yet, fundraising is an essential part to running a successful nonprofit. So, here ...…
 
That's right.. this is the s#!t show! Today we talk cholera- the bacterial disease that makes you liquid-poop your pants (and then some). Travel back in time with us to when London was a sewage-filled cesspool until the Original John Snow stepped in to save the day and created the field of epidemiology. But is cholera a thing of the past? Not s ...…
 
At GAPC2017, Dr Lilian Ghandour, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology and Applied Biostatistics at the American University of Beirut, discusses how alcohol-harm reduction policies in Lebanon remain absent.
 
In this episode I go through some necessary information on obesity, I talk in more detail about classifications and obesity Staging System – tools by which health practitioners assess obesity. But I mainly focus on a second topic – the obesity epidemic, and statistical overview that defines it. I must apologise for the sound of my voice, which ...…
 
In this episode, I discuss some of the highlights of my experience sharing my research at two different national conferences. There are so many things I’d love to go into, but instead I focus on some action points that will hopefully motivate you to plan to attend your first meeting, or take your meetings to the next level if you are already ac ...…
 
Five articles from the December 2017 issue summarized in five minutes, with the addition of a brief editorial commentary. The 5-in-5 feature is designed to give readers an overview of articles that may pique their interest and encourage more detailed reading. It may also be used by busy readers who would prefer a brief audio summary in order to ...…
 
Dr. Kirk worked with Wellcare foundation in Phoenix area. This is a multiclinic organization that provides free healthcare to the working and poor single mothers and their kids. Dr. Kirk was named Physician of the year by Wellcare foundation and was appointed medical director. Dr. Kirk unlike the lot of other doctors believe that the best way t ...…
 
In this episode we discuss: All organisms are shaped by their environment Vegan diets are lacking in key nutrients The trouble with epidemiological studies Clinical research quality varies widely News articles should not be used as evidence The source of the message matters [smart_track_player url="http://traffic.libsyn.com/thehealthyskeptic/RH ...…
 
The MIND diet was created with the goal of healthy brain aging. This nutrition plan, which is backed up by years of scientific research, details 10 food groups you should incorporate into your diet and five foods that you should limit. Guest: Martha Clare Morris, ScD, Professor of Epidemiology, Rush University Medical Center, and co-creator of ...…
 
You can show your approval and support for this radio show by buying one or more of Charles Ortleb's books on the dishonest science and politics of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, HHV-6, HIV, and AIDS. Charles Ortleb's books on Amazon All are available in print and Kindle versions. The Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Epidemic Cover-up which is avaialble at ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: A Better StorySubtitle: God, Sex and Human FlourishingAuthor: Glynn HarrisonNarrator: Glynn HarrisonFormat: UnabridgedLength: 7 hrs and 4 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 10-17-17Publisher: Inter-Varsity Press, Spokenworld Audio & Ladbroke Audio Ltd ...…
 
In this episode, journalist Charles Ortleb reads the first chapter of Truth to Power, his paradigm-changing history of the relationship between the AIDS and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome epidemics. Charles Ortleb’s Truth to Power takes you inside the New York Native, one of the most unique and courageous newspapers of the twentieth century. Shortly ...…
 
This presentation by Professor Bala Venkatesh is ICU focussed and will cover: What categories of patients? Impact on the patient Impact on the caregivers Impact on ICU practice Economic costs Compliance with stated preferences Drivers for this change Current level of training How we as a speciality should take the lead in education and making t ...…
 
Charles Ortleb, the author of Truth to Power, interviews Dr. Michael J. Goldberg, the author of The Myth of Autism. Goldberg is the President of the Neuro-Immune Dysfunction Syndromes (NIDS) Medical Advisory Board and has been on the clinical teaching staff at both UCLA and Cedars-Sinai Hospitals. Dr. Goldberg has challenged the conventional wi ...…
 
Charles Ortleb, the author of Truth to Power, discusses Rebecca Culshaw's scathing critique of the HIV theory of AIDS. Culshaw who is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at the University of Texas and the author of Science Sold Out, has published several journal articles about the mathematical modeling of HIV immunology. After working for a d ...…
 
For our show pilot, we sit down and watch the 2011 Steven Soderbergh movie "Contagion" and DROWN IN SCIENCE. We cover some virology, epidemiology, homeopathy, pseudoscience, sociology, pedagogy, pyroballogy, and alimony. Sean gives us a Harvard-quality lecture on bench-to-bedside pandemic science, and by that I mean he talks for 80% of the epis ...…
 
Dr. Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the journal and its editors. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, Associate Editor from the National Heart Center and Duke National University of Singapore. Our featured discussion today centers on new data from the Framingham Heart Study that addresses the qu ...…
 
Learn more about the Goalkeepers report from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation here: http://gates.ly/2fb6CNH Nutrition during the first few years of life has a huge impact on adult height, and since nutrition has been getting better over time, humanity - including your family - is getting taller.Thanks also to our supporters on https://www. ...…
 
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