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Casual Inference

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Casual Inference

Lucy D'Agostino McGowan and Ellie Murray

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Keep it casual with the Casual Inference podcast. Your hosts Lucy D'Agostino McGowan and Ellie Murray talk all things epidemiology, statistics, data science, causal inference, and public health. Sponsored by the American Journal of Epidemiology.
 
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SERious EPI

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SERious EPI

Sue Bevan - Society for Epidemiologic Research

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SERious EPI is a podcast hosted by Hailey Banack and Matt Fox where leading epidemiology researchers are interviewed on cutting edge and novel methods. Interviews focus on why these methods are so important, what problems they solve, and how they are currently being used.
 
The Lancet Respiratory Medicine publishes a range of article types in respiratory medicine and critical care. These include Original Research, Reviews, Personal Views, Comments, and News articles. Topics include but are not limited to asthma, COPD, tobacco control, critical care, lung cancer, cystic fibrosis, pneumonia, sarcoidosis, mesothelioma, sleep medicine, and respiratory infections.
 
Standard Precautions and Beyond: Conversations in Infection Prevention and Control discusses current topics in infection prevention and control. This podcast brings together subject matter experts with extensive knowledge in areas like infectious disease, control and prevention, epidemiology and surveillance, behavioral health, public health preparedness, forecasting and modeling, and pediatrics to address issues related to the management and response to emerging and reemerging infectious di ...
 
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COMPLEXITY

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COMPLEXITY

Santa Fe Institute, Michael Garfield

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Far-reaching conversations with a worldwide network of scientists and mathematicians, philosophers and artists developing new frameworks to explain our universe's deepest mysteries. Join host Michael Garfield at the Santa Fe Institute each week to learn about your world and the people who have dedicated their lives to exploring its emergent order: their stories, research, and insights…
 
The Certification Board of Infection Control and Epidemiology, Inc. (CBIC) is a voluntary autonomous multidisciplinary board that provides direction for and administers the certification process for professionals in infection control and applied epidemiology. The mission of CBIC is to provide pathways to assess and maintain infection prevention competency.
 
Peak Human is a curated audio series taking an unbiased look at health & nutrition. With so much conflicting information available, filmmaker and health coach Brian Sanders sifts through the dogma and provides a framework that unifies all nutrition and dietary habits that lead to optimum health. World renowned doctors, researchers, and journalists are interviewed to find out what is the true human dietary framework that we should all be eating to live well and free of chronic disease. It is ...
 
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Viral Load

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Viral Load

Brett Bayles (a professor) / Andy Pupa (not a professor)

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The disease podcast for a diseased world!Hosts: Brett Bayles (a professor) & Andy Pupa (not a professor) gleefully explore the weird and wacky world of diseases on a changing planet.
 
Welcome to the Greendale Human Podcasters! We are 3 Aussie guys who wanted to do a Community rewatch podcast just for fun. Join us as we understand the Community roller coaster ride of six seasons and a movie. We don’t promise to be the best podcast, we don’t promise to be the worst..... we might be but we won’t promise it so give it a listen.
 
Stories from the PHI/CDC Global Health Fellowship Program, a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-funded program, implemented by the Public Health Institute, where Fellows are guided by leading global health experts from the CDC. Fellows work on the front lines of global health, developing the technical and professional skills needed to make meaningful contributions to today’s global health challenges.
 
Injury Prevention is a peer-reviewed online journal that offers the best in science, policy, and public health practice to reduce the burden of injury in all age groups around the world. It offers a free monthly audio podcast on topics relating to the prevention of unintentional, occupational and intentional (violence-related) injuries. The Injury Prevention podcast is released monthly. Subscribe via all podcast platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and Spotify. http ...
 
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Medspire

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Medspire

Anvarjon Mukhammadaminov/ Sanketh Rampes

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At Medspire we interview leading researchers and clinicians with the aim of inspiring the next generation of doctors and scientists. Hear from leaders within their respective fields, about their career paths, lessons learnt along the way and advice for those starting out. We hope you enjoy!
 
In “The Future of Everything,” host and Stanford bioengineering professor Russ Altman explores how technology, science and medicine are shaping our lives. From stretchable electronics to ecological surveillance, foldable microscopes and video editing with artificial intelligence, Altman asks his guests to discuss their role in creating the future — of everything. Read more on the Stanford Engineering website: https://engineering.stanford.edu/magazine/future-everything
 
For the deepest problems in healthcare, philosophy is the best medicine. In this podcast series, Jonathan Fuller, MD, PhD (University of Toronto) speaks to philosophers about their work on medicine and healthcare. You will hear from philosophers on the meaning and reality of disease, on their skeptical worries about evidence-based medicine, on current movements and controversies that shake medicine to its philosophical foundations. Visit our website at www.philosophersonmedicine.com.
 
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. * The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. The content of this podcast does not constitute medical advice and it is not intended to function as a substitute for a healthcare practitioner’s judgement, patient care ...
 
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Better Off

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Better Off

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

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How can we make our families, communities, and our world a little bit better during the COVID-19 crisis, and beyond? That’s the question we’re asking on Better Off, a new podcast from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. In each episode of Better Off, host Anna Fisher-Pinkert will introduce you to the people who are hunting down solutions to current public health challenges, and innovating to solve public health problems that we haven’t even imagined yet.
 
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MennoHealth Cast

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MennoHealth Cast

The Mennonite and Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship

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MennoHealth Cast podcast is a production of Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship in collaboration with The Mennonite, Inc. The first series, "Mennos in Medicine," consists of conversational interviews with Anabaptist folks working in various health fields. MennoHealth Cast seeks to highlight the personal stories of nurses, doctors, health researchers, dentists, chaplains, social workers, advanced practitioners and others involved in various fields related to the care of human beings. MennoHealth ...
 
What happens when a global pandemic and unprecedented socioeconomic injustice meets real people? In this new series brought to you by Contakt World -- hosts Justin Beck, Catherine Delcin, and Deepti Pahwa talk with top researchers and trusted experts to tackle issues that matter to people and the communities globally. Issues like public health, vaccines, social and racial justice, health equity, equality, fragility, fear-mongering, insecurity, community-based care and a whole lot more than j ...
 
The Royal Statistical Society (RSS) is one of the world's most distinguished and renowned statistical societies. It is a learned society for statistics, a professional body for statisticians and a charity which promotes statistics, data and evidence for the public good. It was founded in 1834 as the Statistical Society of London and became the Royal Statistical Society by Royal Charter in 1887. Today the Society has more than 10,000 members around the world, of whom many are professionally q ...
 
For just a few short weeks a year, when the veil is thin and the moon is full, it is said that the disembodied souls of two podcasters can be heard. Arising from their graves to haunt the airwaves, dissecting the most beloved and despised Halloween specials of yore. Make haste dear listeners, for as the cold winds of winter blow away the mystical secrets of the season, so too must our hosts return to their mortal rest. That is, until next year...
 
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Today's show focuses on the most pressing issues public health professionals are facing right now, how to resolve them, and how our host is stepping up to this task. Beginning with her assessment of the public health community, Dr. Huntley comments on how professionals are burned out, afraid to put their skills to use in creative ways, siloed from …
 
Professor Sir Michael Marmot is Professor of Epidemiology At University College London, Director of the UCL Institute of Health Equity and Past President of the World Medical Association. He is author of the hugely popular "The Health Gap". In 2021 Professor Marmot received BMJ's Outstanding Contribution to Health award. In this episode we discuss:…
 
Sports is life. Fans have a deep devotion to their preferred teams from their alma maters or home towns. Fans spend shocking amounts of time discussing things like player stats and predictions of final game scores. The players are expected to be at the top of their game at all times. Regardless of the sport, players demand a lot from their bodies. …
 
Welcome to PsychEd, the psychiatry podcast for medical learners, by medical learners. This episode covers suicide epidemiology, and prevention with Dr. Juveria Zaheer, a Clinician Scientist with the Institute for Mental Health Policy Research, and Education Administrator in the Gerald Sheff and Shanitha Kachan Emergency Department at CAMH in Toront…
 
Jim Downs speaks to Ellie Cawthorne about his book Maladies of Empire, which reveals how the conditions created by colonialism, war and slavery affected the study of disease and its spread in the 18th and 19th centuries. (Ad) Jim Downs is the author of Maladies of Empire: How Slavery, Imperialism, and War Transformed Medicine (Belknap Press, 2021).…
 
The Hop-Ons Podcast is an Arrested Development/Twin Peaks/Community review show. Please consider supporting the podcast by becoming a patron through Patreon. The Hop-Ons Podcast is produced by Nice Marmot Productions with assistance from The Cluttered Desk Podcast. If you have thoughts on this episode, we’d love to hear them! Email us at hoponspod@…
 
In the latest episode in our new series on the raid on Pearl Harbor, Steve Twomey speaks to Ellie Cawthorne about the immediate run-up to the attack, revealing how inch-perfect Japanese planning and complacent oversights by American military figures combined to leave Pearl Harbor naval base a sitting duck for Japanese bombers. See acast.com/privacy…
 
In the latest episode in our new series on the raid on Pearl Harbor, Dayna Barnes speaks to Ellie Cawthorne about the United States in the years and months leading up to the attack. They discuss the American perspective on the disintegrating relationship with Japan, get to grips with US thinking on the eve of the attack, and ask: why was the Americ…
 
Dr. David Nunan, PhD is a Lecturer and Senior Research Fellow in the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine at the University of Oxford. There, he is the Director of the Postgraduate Certificate in 'Teaching Evidence-Based Health Care' and the lead tutor for the internationally-renowned 'Teaching Evidence-Based Medicine' course. He is a principal inves…
 
Dr. Janell Wright is the Regional Director of the Division of Global HIV and Tuberculosis for CDC Central America, which is part of CDC’s Center for Global Health. Janell started at CDC as a fellow and is now a mentor for the PHI/CDC Global Health Fellowship Program. She is based in Guatemala and previously worked for CDC in Vietnam and Kazakhstan.…
 
Were medieval attitudes to sex really that different from our own? Historian Katherine Harvey speaks to Elinor Evans about the sex lives of ordinary people in the Middle Ages – from how sexuality was governed by ideas about sin, to the “love magic” that was thought to trick people into bed. (Ad) Katherine Harvey is the author of The Fires of Lust: …
 
In this episode Lucy D'Agostino McGowan and Ellie Murray chat about their Spotify Wrapped for Casual Inference, and Ellie Murray talks about causal inference for complex data with the University of Michigan's epidemiology department. Follow along on Twitter: The American Journal of Epidemiology: @AmJEpi Ellie: @EpiEllie Lucy: @LucyStats Slide link:…
 
We are still coming into the festive season but the gang is back from their holiday break and ready for more shenanigans! In this week's episode Annie has a new crush, and this of course sets off alarm bells with Jeff, so they decide to hold a mixer to choose a new member of the study group. Troy spills the beans on a volatile secret to Peirce who …
 
The Hop-Ons Podcast is an Arrested Development/Twin Peaks/Community review show. Please consider supporting the podcast by becoming a patron through Patreon. The Hop-Ons Podcast is produced by Nice Marmot Productions with assistance from The Cluttered Desk Podcast. If you have thoughts on this episode, we’d love to hear them! Email us at hoponspod@…
 
Historian David M Kennedy answers listener questions and online search queries about the Great Depression, the economic crash that devastated the United States and other countries across the globe in the 1930s. In discussion with Rhiannon Davies, he covers topics ranging from the fate of minorities to the staggering unemployment statistics of the t…
 
Robert Sackville-West describes attempts to identify the bodies of the dead after the devastating battles of the First World War Historian Robert Sackville-West describes the searches to identify – and in some cases, return – bodies of the dead after the devastating battles of the First World War: a service that provided important closure for many …
 
In this episode, Dr. Suzanne Oparil and Dr. Sandra Taler discuss strategies to address deteriorating control rates of hypertension, including leveraging combinations of antihypertensive drugs, improving patient adherence, and increasing clinician inertia. Educational grant support provided by Medtronic. To visit the hub for the Overcoming Challenge…
 
CHEST December 2021, Volume 160, Issue 6 Lisa K. Moores, MD, joins CHEST Podcast Moderator Gretchen Winter, MD, to discuss the the latest antithrombotic therapy recommendations for for VTE disease. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2021.07.055 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2021.07.056By American College of Chest Physicians
 
CHEST December 2021, Volume 160, Issue 6 Gerard A. Silvestri, MD, FCCP, and Adam H. Fox, MD, join CHEST Podcast Moderator Dominique Pepper, MD, to discuss the current knowledge and practice of pulmonologists regarding biomarker testing and targeted therapies in advanced non-small cell lung cancer. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2020.08.1323…
 
From brawn to plum pottage, Annie Gray takes us back to the raucous world of festive feasting in the medieval and Tudor eras. Speaking to Ellie Cawthorne, for the first episode in our new mini-series on Christmas food through history, she also touches on subversive merrymaking, spectacular dinnertime entertainments and hefty meat pies. (Ad) Annie G…
 
In this episode of Season 2 of SERious Epidemiology, Hailey and Matt go back to Chapters 2 and 3 of Modern Epidemiology but this time with guest Dr. Jay Kaufman of McGill University. We focused on the causal inference revolution and how our thinking on some of the issues in the chapter have changed over time as we learn more about these topics.…
 
In this episode of AJCN In Press, AJCN’s Inaugural Dennis M. Bier Young Career Editor, Kevin C. Klatt, PhD, RD chats with members of the all-star, global team behind the recent November 2021 Issue Supplement of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, focusing on the impact of small quantity lipid-based nutrient supplements (SQ-LNS) in global ch…
 
Dr. Bill Schindler is back for another great episode! This is his third appearance on the podcast, so be sure to listen to our previous episodes. After 10 years of hard work, he is excited to announce the release of his new book: Eat Like A Human. He was trained as an anthropologist and more recently as a chef. His work focuses on extracting the mo…
 
Professor Roszalina Ramli, Department of oral and maxillofacial surgery, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, is an oral and maxillofacial surgeon by training, who developed skills in biomechanics and epidemiology in order to solve what she saw as a major community problem. In this podcast, Dr Ramli tells Editor-in-Chief of Injury Preventi…
 
Meeting Kim for this interview gave me all the feels! Her warm, infectiously joyful spirit was divine timing. We face a few challenges getting this episode going but her patience proves she is called to cultivate young minds (did I mention she’s Sagittarius too?!). Not only is Kim the creative genius behind #HeyMissKim but she is an early childhood…
 
In the first episode in our new series on the raid on Pearl Harbor, Chris Harding speaks to Ellie Cawthorne about Japan in the years running up to December 1941. They discuss the long-running historical factors that edged the country ever closer to war with the United States, and ask: what led Japan to embark on such a risky gamble? See acast.com/p…
 
Dr Adrian James is a consultant forensic psychiatrist in Devon and President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Prior to his current position Dr James held a series of senior leadership roles and has been heavily involved with the Royal College having set up the Quality Improvement and Workforce Wellbeing committees. In this episode we ask him …
 
Professor Neil Mortensen is President of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He is Professor of Colorectal Surgery at the University of Oxford and was instrumental in the establishment of colorectal surgery as a specialty. He founded the first patient association for those with ileoanal pouches the Kangaroo Club and in 2004 set up the charity…
 
In this months EM Quick Hits podcast: The mighty return of Carr's Cases! Sarah Reid on differentiating septic arthritis from transient synovitis in pediatric limp, Anand Swaminathan on managing tracheostomy complications in the ED, Nour Khatib on rural medicine and ethylene glycol poisoning, Justin Morgenstern on RCTs for ketamine in patients with …
 
Colour has been hugely important to humans through history, with different cultures attaching their own meanings to all the hues of the rainbow. From the ancient societies who venerated purple to the modern political radicals who chose red as the colour of revolution, James Fox speaks to Rhiannon Davies about these fascinating associations. (Ad) Ja…
 
Public health spans all communities and cultures. However, smaller populations are being overlooked due to historical discrimination. Today we talk to Dr. Rosalina James, Director of Research and Evaluation at Urban Indian Health Institute (UIHI), about her interests in decolonizing data and the importance of getting people of American Indian and N…
 
Bruce Neal is Executive Director at The George Institute for Global Health Australia; and Professor of Medicine, UNSW Sydney. Prof Neal is a UK-trained physician who has 25 years’ experience in clinical, epidemiological, and public health research with a focus on heart disease, stroke and diabetes. Bruce has a longstanding interest in high blood pr…
 
Psychiatrist and historian George Makari speaks to Jon Bauckham about the origins of the term “xenophobia”, and the ways in which western thinkers have interpreted people’s fear of strangers, from the 19th century to the present day. (Ad) George Makari is the author of Of Fear and Strangers: A History of Xenophobia (Yale University Press, 2021). Bu…
 
Coming into the festive season so we would like to wish you all a Merry Uncontrollable Christmas and a Happy Thanksgiving! This week we rewatch S02E11 Abed's Uncontrollable Christmas an episode where Abed sees the world in claymation well technically speaking silicone dolls with foam bodies over ball-and-socket armatures. Duncan joins the group to …
 
Christine Kinealy answers listener questions on the devastating famine that struck Ireland in the mid-19th century Christine Kinealy answers listener questions on the causes and consequences of the devastating famine that struck Ireland in the mid-19th century. Speaking to Ellie Cawthorne, she also discusses whether we should call it a “famine”, th…
 
Shakespeare has been an obsession of extremist groups across the globe over the centuries. The Nazi Party held him up as a hero, while Osama Bin Laden condemned him as the ultimate symbol of the depraved west. Islam Issa speaks to Rhiannon Davies about the playwright’s tangled relationship with terror. (Ad) Islam Issa is the author of Shakespeare a…
 
Historian Roderick Beaton ranges over 4,000 years of Greek history, from the glories of Mycenae to the life of a modern European nation. In discussion with Rob Attar, he picks out some of the key moments in this journey, including the triumphs of ancient Greece, the conquests of Alexander the Great and the 1820s battle for independence. (Ad) Roderi…
 
What makes a satisfying explanation? Understanding and prediction are two different goals at odds with one another — think fundamental physics versus artificial neural networks — and even what defines a “simple” explanation varies from one person to another. Held in a kind of ecosystemic balance, these diverse approaches to seeking knowledge keep e…
 
Peter Stanford speaks to Emily Briffett about his new book, If These Stones Could Talk, which chronicles his journeys around Britain and Ireland’s churches, abbeys, chapels and cathedrals in a quest to understand how religion has defined our past and continues to shape our present. (Ad) Peter Stanford is the author of If These Stones Could Talk: Th…
 
Today’s episode features Mark Schatzker who just released his new book: The End of Craving. Back on episode 69, we discussed another one of his amazing books: The Dorito Effect. While many people are arguing about the calories or macronutrients in diets, Mark focuses on the experience of eating – the enjoyment and flavor of food. This episode is pa…
 
From the courtesans of Edo Japan and ancient Greece to the mollyhouses of Regency London, Kate Lister speaks to Ellie Cawthorne about her new book Harlots, Whores and Hackabouts, which charts the long, diverse and colourful history of sex work. (Ad) Kate Lister is the author of Harlots, Whores & Hackabouts: A History of Sex for Sale (Thames & Hudso…
 
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