Best participatory healthcare podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Social Media Pearls
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Shirley shines a light on current change and innovations in our society. There is currently a primary focus on the social business environment, healthcare leaders and healthcare consumers. Join her for Social Media Pearls.
 
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France To Face a 1000 Years of Darkness#MSM Deface The Nation - Trump Effect France - Venezuelas’ MomentMacron 65.5% “Terrorism will be part of our daily lives.” - Le Pen 37% “I Will bring Islamist Fundamentalism to its Knees.”Paul Nehlen‏ Paul Ryan celebrates Macron's win in France, invites all his friends to the party.Report 24hrs ago - Dirty ...…
 
The Earth Charter is an international declaration of fundamental values and principles for building a just, sustainable, and peaceful global society in the 21st century. It "seeks to inspire in all peoples a sense of global interdependence and shared responsibility for the well-being of the human family, the greater community of life, and futur ...…
 
In this episode we discuss: Telomeres and their connection to aging Genetic vs. environmental factors The role of inflammation on aging The FTO, APOE, and JAK-2 genes The clock gene and its effect on weight How do you measure aging? The FKBP5 gene and stress response The effect of eating meat on aging Show notes: Younger: A Breakthrough Program ...…
 
In this episode we discuss: Telomeres and their connection to aging Genetic vs. environmental factors The role of inflammation on aging The FTO, APOE, and JAK-2 genes The clock gene and its effect on weight How do you measure aging? The FKBP5 gene and stress response The effect of eating meat on aging Show notes: Younger: A Breakthrough Program ...…
 
THE MODERN DAY APPROACH OF THE WHS REGULATOR Do you respond better to carrots or sticks? Do you bury your head in the sand and hope nothing breaks in your sandbox? Is your only encounter with the regulator when audits or disasters strike? Or are you proactive and keep the regulator close seeing them as an ally in fostering healthy, safe and pro ...…
 
Showtime Tuesday, January 24 at 6pm PT / 9pm ET With the future of healthcare in America feeling so uncertain, we needed some clarification. So this week we have James Maskell, creator of the Functional Forum and author of Evolution of Medicine, on the show to speak with Dr. Lo and to clear up all the confusion! This show is for anyone who’s in ...…
 
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Get Social Health with Janet Kennedy
 
As the chief evangelist and co-founder of Aloha Health, Mandi Bishop is disrupting healthcare by making life actionable, helping healthcare systems make sense of the way invisible influences should shape personalized care plans, interventions, and engagements. She believes that patients must be partners in healthcare design and that there is no ...…
 
The annual 'fall classic' aka the Health 2.0 Fall Conference convened at the Santa Clara Convention Center for it's 10th Annual gathering from September 25th - 28th, 2016. In this session Jessica DeMasa debriefs withDanny Sands, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Conversa Health, and cofounder, Society for Participatory Medicine at the GE Healthcare, S ...…
 
Jan Oldenburg, FHIMSS, is passionate about using digital tools to build a healthcare system where patients and caregivers participate as partners. She currently advises and mentors startups and consults with organizations who want to understand the evolving digital health landscape as the Principal in Participatory Health Consulting. Ms. Oldenb ...…
 
There’s always been this association of higher learning to progressive social movements…Instead of saying that this is something that happens on the fringe of university culture, why can’t we make this a learning experience? Our guest tonight is Associate Professor Bob Huish from Dalhousie University. He’s part of the International Development ...…
 
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ICmed Family Health Matters Podcast
 
In our inaugural episode, we speak with Jan Oldenburg, a national expert on patient engagement and digital health. Jan shares her personal story about dealing with her husband's unexpected hospitalization and how that propelled her to be an advocate for patient empowerment. Her new book, Participatory Healthcare comes out this summer. You can l ...…
 
With today’s technology being what it is, patients are more aware than ever of the ways they can contribute to their own healthcare. As the physician who treated the world’s first e-patient, Dr. Danny Sands speaks to us today about patient engagement, participatory medicine and the need to change to a more participation-based model of health ca ...…
 
WELCOME! If you are single or in a couple and looking for a different perspective on love, happiness, and pleasure, you’ve come to the right place. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who has helped people find and maintain satisfying and joyful relationships with lovers, family members, and friends, for the past 18 years. Together, w ...…
 
WELCOME! If you are single or in a couple and looking for a different perspective on love, happiness, and pleasure, you’ve come to the right place. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who has helped people find and maintain satisfying and joyful relationships with lovers, family members, and friends, for the past 18 years. Together, w ...…
 
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Male pelvic floor and male continence research
 
With health now entering a digital age, health professionals, particularly physiotherapists, need to know how to embrace and excel in this new model of healthcare. A component of this year's APA Business and Leadership Conference to be held in Darwin, will address the future models of healthcare in Australia and the key benefits for patients in ...…
 
In This Episode: Dr. K explains why she always recommends that older adults and families keep their own copies of key health information. She covers: Why this proactive approach — which is also known as maintaining a personal health record (PHR) helps older adults get better healthcare from doctors The five common healthcare pitfalls that you c ...…
 
In This Episode: Dr. K talks with “e-Patient Dave” deBronkart, a co-founder of the Society for Participatory Medicine. Dave is a well-known advocate for improving healthcare by encouraging people to become “equipped, enabled, and empowered” when it comes to their own healthcare. They discuss: How getting information from an online patient commu ...…
 
Ep. 53: LaVera Crawley and Alec MacLeod are an interracial couple. LaVera is a African-American doctor, who grew up in Cincinnati, received her undergraduate and medical degrees at Historically Black Colleges, worked on a Navajo reservation as a M.D., and now serves as a Palliative Care Chaplain. In the field of medicine and ethics, LaVera is i ...…
 
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MedicalMissions.com Resources Podcast
 
Every person has a worldview, a deep sense of what is real and how the world works. What we believe and value and what we do and say are shaped by our worldviews.All cross-cultural ministry brings us into different worldviews.Our approaches to healthcare ministries whether in our home country or another are liberated and limited by (1) our own ...…
 
This week, Mark and Margaret speak with Dr. Daniel Z. Sands, Founder of the Society For Participatory Medicine which seeks to advance the patient/provider experience through better health IT. Dr. Sands is one of the early developers of secure e-mail systems and patient portals for clinicians as well as patients, and advocates for transformation ...…
 
How can public procurement ensure that Human Rights are complied with? Dr. Claire Methven O’Brien from the Danish Institute for Human Rights is the second interviewee of the PPP. Claire is an expert in human rights law, particularly human rights and business. Claire has a long experience both across Europe, and in developing countries, dealing ...…
 
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Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation Transform Podcast
 
Regina Holliday is an unstoppable force for good. An activist, artist, speaker an author, she has become an advocate for patients and their stories, as well as a local tour de force in her community. Some people have even called her the Rosa Parks of Health Care. You might see her at a health conference, like we were able to at HIMSS, painting ...…
 
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Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation Transform Podcast
 
Joyce Lee is a a Pediatrician and Diabetes specialist, Researcher and Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Michigan. She is passionate about the notion that human-centered design and a patient-driven participatory approach to creation of health are critical for transformation of the healthcare system.…
 
Nathaniel Pearson of the New York Genome Center speaks to CHI on March 17, 2015. Dr. Pearson will be a keynote presenter at TCGC: The Clinical Genome Conference, June 22-24 in San Francisco, CA. Topics include biological and genomic diversity, the evolution of systems over time, the New York Genome Center’s leveraging of citizen data, the value ...…
 
Do you ever feel like your doctors (and other practitioners) aren’t giving you the attention and care you really need? Have you wondered to yourself how to get your doctor to listen to you? I’m willing to bet that nearly every single reader at GFS has unfortunately felt ignored, dismissed, blown off or downright disrespected at some point when ...…
 
Do you ever feel like your doctors (and other practitioners) aren’t giving you the attention and care you really need? Have you wondered to yourself how to get your doctor to listen to you? I’m willing to bet that nearly every single reader at GFS has unfortunately felt ignored, dismissed, blown off or downright disrespected at some point when ...…
 
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Operational Health : Conversations about emergency, disaster and routine healthcare management.
 
More info at www.operationalhealth.com The Australasian Telehealth Society defines telehealth as "enabling health care services and related processes delivered over distance, using information and communication technologies*. While the Australian Department of Health uses the International Organisation for Standardisation definition: ‘use of te ...…
 
[ Transcript Available ] Accessibility is often focused on how to design and build digital products or physical spaces. But understanding the people with disabilities who will use those products is just as important. Enter ethnography and the importance of research that goes “face to face” with real people in the real world. Frances Harris is a ...…
 
[ Transcript Available ] Accessibility is often focused on how to design and build digital products or physical spaces. But understanding the people with disabilities who will use those products is just as important. Enter ethnography and the importance of research that goes “face to face” with real people in the real world. Frances Harris is a ...…
 
[ Transcript Available ] Accessibility is often focused on how to design and build digital products or physical spaces. But understanding the people with disabilities who will use those products is just as important. Enter ethnography and the importance of research that goes “face to face” with real people in the real world. Frances Harris is a ...…
 
A rise in chronic conditions has put a strain on our healthcare system. Treatment for chronic conditions spans time, agencies, and providers. Information systems such as electronic health records should be helping with the challenge of coordination, but too often they do not. My research aims to alleviate this problem by designing health inform ...…
 
On the November 26th, 2014 at 1PM Eastern/10AM Pacific we chat with Regina Holliday the curator of The Walking Gallery and the emerging Center for Arts and Healing. More about the Center: The center will have a gallery space available for rental, classroom space for art, music, fitness and dance. The building will initially have two bedrooms an ...…
 
Everyone expects a degree of privacy. But who holds the reins over our personal information? And does it matter if it’s collected by government, by a search engine, or if we willingly give it away? In this hour, TED speakers explore ideas about our changing notions of privacy, the consequences and benefits. When Hasan Elahi’s name was mistakenl ...…
 
Everyone expects a degree of privacy. But who holds the reins over our personal information? And does it matter if it’s collected by government, by a search engine, or if we willingly give it away? In this hour, TED speakers explore ideas about our changing notions of privacy, the consequences and benefits. When Hasan Elahi’s name was mistakenl ...…
 
Everyone expects a degree of privacy. But who holds the reins over our personal information? And does it matter if it’s collected by government, by a search engine, or if we willingly give it away? In this hour, TED speakers explore ideas about our changing notions of privacy, the consequences and benefits. When Hasan Elahi’s name was mistakenl ...…
 
Robyn Benson, Doctor of Oriental Medicine, is a visionary who has inspired people the world over to embody the principles of self-care in order to achieve optimal, sustainable and radiant health. For twenty two years of professional experience, while specializing in pain management, women’s health and family medicine, she has touched the lives ...…
 
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This Week in Health Innovation
 
On the Wednesday, April 9th broadcast at 10AM PT/1PM ET our special guest is Danny Sands, MD, Health IT Consultant at Zev Enterprises and Co-Chairman, Co-Founder, and Past-President at Society for Participatory Medicine. 'Danny Sands is passionate about healthcare transformation, non-visit based care, collaboration in healthcare, and participat ...…
 
Dr Zieve talks with writer and researcher Kendra Klein about how hospitals and caregivers are looking to the local-food movement to improve both health care and communities. Kendra Klein is a PhD candidate in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, & Management at UC Berkeley, and a senior program assiciate with the nonprofit Health Ca ...…
 
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This Week in Health Innovation
 
On the Wednesday July 17th 2013 broadcast at 10AM Pacific and 1PM Eastern our special guest is quality of care evangelist, insighful blogger, author and advocate for participatory medicine Michael Millenson, follow him @MLMillenson on Twitter. Our topic today is ACOs and the quality movement. Michael describes himself as follows: I’m a consulta ...…
 
In this episode I interview e-Patient Dave, Dave deBronkart. Dave shares his journey, his story and the need for patient partnerships and collaboration in health care management. Guest Bio Dave deBronkart, known online as e-Patient Dave, beat stage IV cancer in 2007 and became a blogger, keynote speaker and health policy advisor. He is today th ...…
 
On the Wednesday, December 26th, 2012 broadcast at 1:30PM Pacific/4:30PM Eastern our special guest is author, consultant, health activist and cancer survivor Casey Quinlan. Casey Quinlan, the Mighty Mouth of Mighty Casey Media and author ofCancer for Christmas: Making the Most of a Daunting Gift is an evangelist for participatory health care an ...…
 
This episode is part of a larger program that will run for 3 months: The Rise Of The Patient. (#ROTPt) Click this link for more details on the program There is a movement happening. It is a quiet one however a critical one. Patients are finding their voice and are driving conversations in various arenas that are not necessarily in your traditio ...…
 
This episode is part of a 3 segment program on: An Overivew Of the Social Environment (see blog for details) There has been a lot of focus on social media in the business arena.What about in the Healthcare space?! Join me and my guest Colleen Young as we discuss social media in Healthcare. We will touch on: Peer-to-Pear Healthcare; Social Web f ...…
 
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MedicalMissions.com Resources Podcast
 
The Community Health Model Village is also known as the Total Health Village or the ‘THV-50-40-10(R)’. This model of healthcare looks at not only providing healthcare for those who are sick, but focuses a great deal on prevention of disease (through focus on water, sanitation, vaccination, deworming) and also on holistic well being (food securi ...…
 
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Saturday Mornings with Joy Keys
 
Dr. Leroi Hicks is an Associate Professor in Medicine in the Division of General Medicine and Primary Care at Brigham and Women's Hospital and a Lecturer in Health Care Policy at the Harvard Medical School. His research has been related to three areas: (1) The effects of patients’ racial and cultural background on the treatment and clinical out ...…
 
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