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Because we don’t become invisible when we reach a certain age! In fact, many of us begin to question our lives and the way things are. This is the women-centred post-menopausal podcast where where women share their stories, experts and specialists share information and knowledge about health, wellbeing, finances, style, diets, and relationships, and where we also look into the unique challenges that older women face in society, because we don’t just disappear when you get to midlife! We’ll b ...
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Featuring candid, meaningful discussions that get beneath the surface of issues, this podcast aims to inspire, inform and deliver practical insights on the challenges affecting charity and nonprofit leaders today. For the benefit of leaders across the sector and for people who care about the important work of charities. Tackling a different theme each episode, Dhivya O’Connor, a charity CEO herself, invites top CEOs to share their unique insights, expert knowledge, and lessons learned runnin ...
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Pharmacy Guild of Australia

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Welcome to the Guild Dispensary, the pharmacy podcast where we dispense the latest news and updates from the Guild, and you get to hear from industry experts on business- and pharmacy-related topics.
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ADIKA Live is a YouTube comedy talk show featuring trending topics, celebrity interviews, and health & wellness advice. Think Howard Stern meets Larry David - with a splash of The View TV Show. This is your morning shot of comedy. Laugh with us, banter with us, come on over to YouTube and subscribe to us! Not for the weak ************************************************* MEMBERS ONLY CHAT! JOIN THE CHAT! Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC67DCNf4oLIuJ ...
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Karen Tongson and Wynter Mitchell-Rohrbaugh

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A Gen X-themed show with podcast veterans Wynter Mitchell-Rohrbaugh and Karen Tongson (Pop Rocket). W2X revisits the pop culture & social issues that defined Generation X from a (queer) woman-of-color perspective in a way that sheds new light on the pop culture from both then, and now.
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In this episode Gladys sits in conversation with Jennica Nichols and Maya Lefkowich of AND Implementation. Jennica and Maya talk about their own evaluation origin stories and everything arts-based evaluation! The conversation meanders through the excitement, cautions, and learnings on their professional journey with arts-based practices and methods…
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Clinical Governance – we all know about it, but what is it really, why does it matter, and how can we move beyond just ticking boxes to make it a practical, impactful part of our everyday work? Chantelle Turner is a Pharmacist Leadership Coach at Turn Pharmacy Leadership, and joins the show to share her insights on making clinical governance practi…
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In this first episode for a special Season 2, Gladys shares what she has been up to, the stories that provide direction in her life, and what listeners can expect in the next episodes. She recounts the power and necessity of story to hold a space for Indigenous resurgence and decolonial futures and shares some poetry - because that’s what she loves…
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Hear from Excellence in Professional Innovation winner at the Guild Pharmacy of the Year, Karen Carter from Narrabri Pharmacy. Karen will delve into the pharmacy's journey from overcoming workforce challenges to improving and implementing new services. You'll uncover the strategies driving positive change and enhancing well-being in their community…
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#truecrimestories #johnwaynegacy #serialkillerdocumentary John Wayne Gacy killed more than 33 victims, and the "Killer Clown" didn't do it alone, his lawyer believes. Karen Conti was a fledgling attorney in the early 1990s when she defended the most infamous serial killer at the time during his final death row appeals from 1993 to his execution by …
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This week is Heart Week! Heart Week provides an opportunity for health professionals and the Australian public to start a conversation about heart health and take positive steps to reduce their risk of heart disease. One health professional contributing to better heart health is Grace Lee from Capital Chemist O’Connor who is providing a Holter moni…
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With an audacious goal to lift 20m people in Africa out of extreme poverty by 2030, Dianne Calvi, President and CEO of Village Enterprise, joins us to share how they plan to make this happen. Centred around their core value of ‘Ubuntu’, a South African term, which means ‘humanity’ or ‘I am because we are’, Village Enterprise seeks to transform live…
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The Guild Pharmacy of the Year Award recognises pharmacies that are leading the way in providing innovative and optimal healthcare for members of their community. This year's winner is none other than Capital Chemist Southlands, who took home the 'Excellence in Business Management’ category as well as the overall ‘Pharmacy of the Year’ award! Prais…
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We all know the last few years have been tough on pharmacists. From COVID-19 to bushfires and floods and financial uncertainties, there seems to always be something going on. In this episode we will hear an interview with Kay Dunkley, Executive Officer at Pharmacists’ Support Service, and Curtis Ruhnau, the Pharmacists' Support Service president, w…
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Close the Gap is an important awareness day that aims to close the health and life expectancy gap between the indigenous and non-indigenous. As a pharmacist and pharmacy owner, what role can you play in helping close this gap? Today we speak to Georgina Twomey, the Managing Director at Alive Pharmacy Group and chair of Rural Pharmacists Australia. …
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As a business owner, you know that renewing a lease can be a crucial decision. Rent is the biggest expense for most pharmacies, so you want to make sure you get it right. But how do you ensure you're getting the best deal? What factors should you consider when negotiating a lease? And how can you navigate the complexities of the rental landscape to…
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“There is a problem! Business has a problem, the world has a problem, because we are just not utilising the talents, the ambitions, the drive of half the world’s population (the female half)... Economic gender justice is essential both for women’s freedom and equality, but also for the development of the world.” We are honoured to have on the podca…
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Many of us grew up with people telling us not to be angry or not to be "ridiculous" - this idea that we can show some emotion, but we have to suppress others. Dr Marny Lishman is a psychologist who joins me this episode to talk about adaptability, wellbeing and change. After the last couple of years, many of us have become more stressed, unhappy, a…
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In this thought-provoking episode, join us as we venture into the multifaceted world of Suzanne Storrie, a former corporate executive turned dairy farmer and executive coach. Suzanne takes us through her incredible life transformation, sharing insights on how cultivating a meaningful routine can anchor us in the present and direct us towards a futu…
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In this episode, Karen reflects on her personal journey of self-discovery and shares their thoughts on gratitude and forgiveness. She explores the idea of gratitude being linked to the patriarchy and how it may be used to suppress women's power. She also discuss forgiveness and express her skepticism towards the concept of "fake forgiveness" and em…
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Dr. Ivana Matic Stanson discusses the importance of taking a holistic approach to perimenopausal health. She also highlights the societal messages and expectations that can add to the stress and overwhelm experienced by women during this transition. By providing education, support, and guidance, Dr. Stanson helps women navigate perimenopause and em…
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Lyndal Sterenberg, founder of Es Una, talks about her journey in creating a swimwear brand that focuses on body confidence and comfort. Lyndal emphasises the importance of finding swimwear that takes away the anxiety many women feel about their bodies and allows them to enjoy summer activities without self-consciousness. She also discusses the impa…
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In this episode, Karen reflects on her personal experiences over the past year and discusses the importance of trusting one's gut instinct and recognising toxic relationships. She shares her journey of post-menopause and how it has brought clarity and a sense of liberation. She also delves into her recent business experiences, highlighting the impo…
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In 2023, we once again welcomed lots of fantastic guests onto the show who shared some amazing stories, experiences, insights, and advice. With each show kicking off with a short snippet from a guest, an interesting part of the conversation to look forward to, we’ve once again gone back through the episodes and pulled out the question and full answ…
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In this episode, Karen O'Connor reflects on her podcast journey and shares updates on her life over the past year. She discusses the vulnerability and challenges of sharing personal thoughts and experiences. Karen explores the concept of finding purpose in life and the pressure society places on individuals to have a singular purpose. She also delv…
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Karen O'Connor reflects on the most popular episodes of her podcast from the past year. She highlights snippets from interviews with various guests, covering topics such as aromatherapy for menopause symptoms, managing hormones in menopause, toxic relationships, essential oils, and the importance of self-awareness, setting boundaries, and finding w…
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In 2023, we once again welcomed lots of fantastic guests onto the show who shared some amazing stories, experiences, insights, and advice. With each show kicking off with a short snippet from a guest, an interesting part of the conversation to look forward to, we’ve once again gone back through the episodes and pulled out the question and full answ…
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In this episode, Sylvia North discusses the impact of insulin resistance on women's health during perimenopause and menopause. If you have gained weight and are having difficulty losing weight, you may have a resistance to insulin. As we get older we lose a lot of estrogen which can lead to this resistance, and increases the risk of heart problems,…
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I've been dreaming of this very journey for a few years. I turned 40 during COVID and was hit with speed bump after speed bump. Situations I have never anticipated experiencing and in some cases it will be my first time sharing it with you. Once you've lived through a pandemic as I have, you see things differently, your appreciation for life hits d…
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In this episode Nancy Diaz, shares her journey of moving to Australia and finding her calling in working with this specific population. Nancy emphasizes the importance of self-care and the challenges faced by women in balancing cultural expectations and their own desires. She also discusses the impact of separation on migrant families and offers ad…
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Having to deal with aggressive or stressed customers is an unfortunate reality when working in community pharmacy during the holiday seasons. How do you help your staff manage hostile interactions while prioritising the safety of themselves and other patients? How can you, as a manager, create an environment where your staff feel supported and empo…
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It’s the final episode, and there are tears shed, and personal revelations made as Karen and Wynter contemplate their favorite “second acts” in popular culture. Amidst it all, Wynter also discusses her new project dropping in January, and Karen shares a couple of lines from her new book Normporn. Plus, a glimpse at Apple TV+’s The Supermodel, and T…
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In this episode Laura Petrie talks about how to navigate relationships with ex-in-laws after a separation or divorce, particularly during the holiday season. Laura shares five tips for managing these situations, including setting up for success, putting the children first, setting boundaries, thinking long term, and taking care of oneself. She emph…
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In our penultimate episode, Wynter and Karen prepare for the end by reflecting on their favorite series finales including Mad Men, Six Feet Under, The Good Place and The Americans among others. Before they do, Karen insists on one more discussion about a pop culture controversy: Julianna Marguilles’ condescending comments told from her perspective …
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It's one of the dreaded symptoms of menopause: The Menopause Belly, the weight that can't be shifted no matter what you do. It's as though suddenly, everything that used to work, no longer works anymore, it actually makes things worse. Which leads to the question: what can we do? Not just to stay healthy but to lose that belly fat and begin to feel…
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As more services and procedures are introduced into pharmacy, so is the chance that something eventually goes wrong, and an incident report must be made. Hayley Smilie, from PDL, is the person on the other side of the incident reports. As a professional officer and a pharmacist herself, Hayley has a lot of knowledge when it comes to handling incide…
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In this episode, Mairi Thomson talks about a little known side effect of peri-menopause and menopause: bone density loss. There is a huge need for women to become aware of this condition and be proactive in managing their bone density before any loss becomes irreversible. In this episode, Mairi Thompson shares her own experience of being diagnosed …
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Are you "woke"? Are you against "woke" and what it stands for? Do you understand the term? Do you know what it's really talking about? In these days of fast-changing terminology, a common word can change its meaning and the implications of being labelled by that word in an instant. "Woke" is a classic example of that. Nina Thom, author of “Woke or …
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In this final episode Gladys reflects on the first season of Indigenous Insights and shares her understandings of Indigenous evaluation and why it is a critical mechanism for decolonial futures. And, as a sneak peak into the fun of Season Two, Gladys invites listeners into a space of reflection and poetry creation to think about (and feel into) wha…
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Did you know that Jet Lag can have a much wider impact beyond just being tired for a few days? Most of us know that jet lag disrupts our body clock, leading to daytime sleepiness, brain fog, and mood changes, but how many of us have considered the wider impact that these disruptions can have on those around us? Dr Steven Jasper explains so many thi…
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Trigger warning: This episode explores and talks about miscarriage, stillbirth and baby loss. Baby loss and miscarriage is something that many parents face and yet it is still something that is not openly talked about in today’s society. In this very special episode, I speak with Karen Burgess, Founder & CEO of the charity Petals, that provides cou…
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Many of us do things to "improve" ourselves, whether that's personal development courses, reading self-help books or listening to podcasts (thanks!), but how many of us do those things because we believe there's something wrong with us? The problem is the person we have to spend the most time with is ourselves, so let me ask you this: how much do y…
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Nowadays, most medication is mass produced. However, what if a patient has a condition where the stock-standard medicines aren't available? That’s where our compounding pharmacists step in. In this episode, we dive deep into the fascinating world of compounding. How are customised medications made, how are complex compounding requests handled, and …
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When trauma of any kind descends on us, it can be very difficult to keep from sinking into depression, hopelessness and apathy but some people seem to manage it. How do you manage your emotions, take responsibility while being open to other people's ideas, and allow your loved ones to support you without taking onboard their upset and pain? Also, h…
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Menopause can be a very stressful time but imagine what it's like when that's compounded with a healthcare system that's biased against you. Studies show that women of colour experience menopause at an earlier age and with much stronger symptoms than their caucasian counterparts. Menopause can be daunting and challenging enough because it's still n…
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