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The Dr. David Geier Show is a weekly sports injury prevention, treatment and wellness show. Listen for the latest sports medicine and health information, breaking professional and college athlete injury news and sports injury question and answers with a top orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist. Go to drdavidgeier.com or reach out on Twitter or Facebook to submit your questions!
 
Strength, endurance, health and injury rehabilitation advice from host Joe DeLeo, NSCA-CSCS, FMS, SFG I . This is your podcast resource for top notch tips, strategies, information and stories from strength & conditioning, rowing, running and other endurance sports as well as expert information on nutrition, health and wellness that can be applied to everyone from elite athletes to exercise enthusiasts. This podcast will feature interviews with elite and amateur athletes, strength and enduran ...
 
The official Suicide Prevention Australia AudioBoom Channel. Suicide Prevention Australia provides national leadership for the suicide prevention sector in Australia. SPA works collaboratively to develop a community that knows how to ask for help and how to give help. We build and facilitate partnerships to change behaviours around mental illness and suicide, and to assist the healing for people with lived experience of suicide. If any of the stories shared on this page bring up touch emotio ...
 
Each year 1.7 million Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) occur that contribute to 99,000 deaths and $20 billion in healthcare costs. What makes these numbers even more tragic is that 70 percent of all the HAIs are PREVENTABLE!Infection Prevent Spotlight was created by an Infection Preventionist (IP) certified in Infection Control (CIC) for other IPs and everyone else responsible for keeping patients safe from harm. It's hard for IPs to be responsible for reducing HAIs (CLABSIs, CAUTIs, SSIs ...
 
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. https://injuryprevention.bmj.com/ * The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. The content of this podcast does not constitute medical advice a ...
 
Prevention Works is a series of conversations with some of our nation's top public health researchers. Join host Gretchen Miller as she brings together policy makers and researchers to discuss how the Prevention Centre is finding new ways of addressing Australia’s greatest health challenge: lifestyle-related chronic disease.
 
United Educators (UE), a Reciprocal Risk Retention Group, was formed by educators for educators to ensure a stable source of insurance and risk management. EduRisk™ from UE provides resources to help prevent incidents that put people and institutions at risk. Listen to advice from UE and other experts on how to protect students, staff, and faculty at your school, college, or university.
 
The LiveSafe Prevention Podcast features news analysis and interviews with the leading voices in enterprise risk management, safety and security. Hosted by former intelligence officer and award-winning journalist Dan Verton, the Prevention Podcast delivers actionable insights into the real-world challenges faced by risk, safety and security professionals and how employee-sourced risk information can help improve and organization's risk profile.
 
The global effort of the Hygiene and infection prevention network links clinical expertise and resources, aiding hygiene improvement efforts in your healthcare communities. The podcast is a function of the Sani nudge Clinical Advisory Team in order to provide cutting-edge research conducted with integrity as a way to reduce infections worldwide.
 
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On the 25th anniversary of the Injury Prevention journal, we talk to Emeritus Professor Barry Pless, founding Editor-in-Chief and Director of the Community, Developmental and Epidemiologic Research, at the Montreal Children's Hospital, Canada.Read the related Editorial of the December issue: https://injuryprevention.bmj.com/content/26/6/505 The Inj…
 
In this episode, Professor Steve Allender, Professor of Public Health and Founding Director, The Global Obesity Centre (GLOBE), Deakin University, discusses how systems thinking can help solve complex problems at the community level. This approach values community-led research that builds capacity, and where power is equally shared between research…
 
We talk with Jenna Quinn about her namesake Jenna Quinn Law, a primary prevention law to ensure that children, teachers, and parents are taught about how to recognize child sexual abuse, how to intervene to prevent it from happening, and how to report it. Read more about the Jenna Quinn law on Jenna’s website, and listen to more of her story in her…
 
What if nursing school student hand hygiene failed 70 percent of the time?* What if 1/3 of handrub dispensers failed to deliver the needed amount?** Come on the hand hygiene journey with Tamás Haidegger, co-founder of HandInScan. We discuss the new International Organization for Standardization ISO 23447 that is being developed to address hand hygi…
 
On the podcast this week is Hans Jørn Kolmos. Hans has been the Chief Physician of Clinical Microbiology at Odense University Hospital and the University of Southern Denmark. He is a leading researcher in the healthcare associated infection MRSA. Dr. Marco Bo Hansen, Sani nudge Medical Director had the privilege to sit down with Hans as he shared c…
 
Kyra Edwards has raced for Great Britain at the junior, U23 and senior levels, and has won junior silver and U23 bronze World Championships medals. She has a degree in statistics from UCLA and is training for the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games. In this interview, Kyra and I discuss the similarities and differences between the United States collegiate sys…
 
The relationship between PTSD and suicide is important to understand if we want to prevent suicide among veterans and military service members. So what is the relationship between PTSD and suicide? Well, according to suicide and PTSD researcher Dr. Ryan Holliday…. It’s complicated! In this conversation, Dr. Holliday talks to fellow MIRECC Psycholog…
 
Dr. Nora Volkow, Director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, returns as a guest to our podcast on this episode of Prevention Profiles: Take Five. During her interview, she talks about the increase in marijuana use among young people, college students and stimulant misuse, and the rise of substance misuse during the pandemic.…
 
United Educators risk management consultants Liza Kabanova and Justin Kollinger discuss lessons learned during research for the 2020 edition of the book "An Accountability Guide for University and College Boards." Topics covered include the value of ERM programs today, new and emerging risks, and practical lessons for senior administrators and boar…
 
In this Sani spotlight... It is an important week for hygiene in Denmark as the Danish Council for Better Hygiene has announced it is working on a national strategy for hygiene improvements. In September, Danish hand hygiene company Sani nudge's Head of Marketing Nancy Carleton got the opportunity to chat with Lars Münter the Administrative Directo…
 
In this month’s podcast, we talk to Denise Kendrick, General Practitioner in the north of England with a quiet passion for supporting her patients' health outcomes, and the population health outcomes of communities within which her patients live. She has focused on the prevention of injury in young and older people, improving injury recovery, and t…
 
Today is all about surgical site infection prevention bundles! First we'll bring you the summaries of two important articles in the November 2020 American Journal of Infection Control (AJIC) examining the effectiveness of surgical site care bundles in preventing SSIs. Then, Dr. Mohamed Yassin and I share our thoughts and experiences with bundle imp…
 
Elizabeth Letourneau, Director of the Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, talks about using a public health approach to develop prevention interventions for various at-risk groups. During the presentation, Dr Letourneau refers to her TEDMED talk, Child sexual abuse is prevent…
 
Miss America 2020 Camille Schrier is our guest for this month's podcast episode. Camille is currently pursuing a Doctor of Pharmacy at Virginia Commonwealth University. During the interview, she talks about her drug misuse prevention advocacy and her social impact initiative, Mind Your Meds: Drug Safety and Abuse Prevention from Pediatrics to Geria…
 
Social connection is a key aspect of suicide prevention in older adulthood. Dr. Kimberly Van Orden, who researches isolation and connection in older adulthood, talks to Dr. Lisa Brenner about her background in suicide prevention and older adulthood, benefits and vulnerabilities associated with aging, and why social connectedness is especially impor…
 
Meet Dr. Mohamed Yassin, the physician & Infection Preventionist who graciously summarizes the latest major IP research and highlights for all our Research Behind Infection Prevention podcast segments. Then, hear two of those important summaries from the October 2020 American Journal of Infection Control (AJIC). The first from Japan examines the co…
 
Alex Wolf spent 15 years working for the English Institute of Sport where he held the positions of Head of Strength and Conditioning and more recently Head of Learning. He spent five years working with the GB Rowing team in preparation for the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic games. We discuss Alex's new book Strength and Conditioning for Rowing as…
 
In this podcast interview Dr. Bryan Mann discusses the history, science, and application of pliometrics. Pliometrics or more commonly known as plyometrics was developed by Dr. Yuri. Verkoshansky. This podcast explains how the name was quite literally, “lost in translation”. Dr. Mann will also discuss applications and some research studies around pl…
 
In this podcast, Editor-in-Chief of Injury Prevention, Rod McClure, talks to Erin Hamilton (Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, University of Washington, Seattle) about the Global Burden of Disease (GBD), the same topic of a special issue just published by Injury Prevention.Read more on the journal's website: https://injuryprevention.bmj.c…
 
On the podcast this week is Else Smith. Else is an MD, PHD and the previous CEO of the Danish Health Authority. She has been a board member of the Global World Health Organization, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and for the European Medicines Agency. She has also extensive research and clinical experience within infectious diseases. Dr.…
 
Dr. Allison Smith, Senior Program Administrator at the Louisiana Board of Regents, is our guest for this episode of Prevention Profiles: Take Five. During her interview, Allison talks about the effect of natural disasters on Louisiana campuses, discusses whether COVID has affected college substance misuse rates in the state, highlights a couple of …
 
Lars Münter is the Head of International Projects Unit, the Chef consultant for the Danish Committee for Health Education, and the Administrative Director for the NGO the Danish Council for Better Hygiene. In this preview to an upcoming hygiene + infection prevention podcast, he describes how we can make hygiene "fun" with a short description on 20…
 
Join Prevention Centre Senior Research Fellow, Dr Melanie Pescud and Senior Systems Engineer, Matthew Vella as they go back to basics to discuss the fundamentals of systems thinking across their respective disciplines of public health and engineering. They reveal similarities and differences in perspectives and share lessons learnt and next steps f…
 
Police on the Scene with a Crime Prevention Lean Classic Originally Released: 10/4/11 Window Security Episode 229 Window Security Windows are not only for looking through for most folks, but the bad guys see as a way to get into your home. J.D. Dhein shows you some great ways to protect your home through the windows. Become friends with J.D. Dhein …
 
In this month’s podcast, we bring you an orderly walk through the life of a senior in the field. It moves from childhood drivers through private, to not profit, to public sector experiences and how it all comes together in the current job of Professor Ian Pike, University of British Columbia, Canada.Read more about these topics on the Injury Preven…
 
Join us for a quick chat with Dr. Pat Stone, the new Chief Editor of the American Journal of Infection Control (AJIC), find out her plans for AJIC's future, and hear her tips on getting your research published! Then we bring you Dr. Mohamed Yassin's summaries of two important new C. diff. prevention articles in this month's AJIC. Find out more - Se…
 
Police on the Scene with a Crime Prevention Lean Classic Originally Released: 3/10/06 NEW Credit Card Scam Now this one is scary. Imagine a telephone call that sounds so legitimate from your credit card company that they know your name, address and credit card number. But it could be a scam! Learn from JD Dhein how to identify this very frightening…
 
Dr. Tracy Flinn, who serves as the Senior Research Analyst with the National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors, is our guest for this month's episode of Prevention Profiles: Take Five.During the interview, Tracy discusses changes in campus substance use prevention over the years, how states view drug misuse prevention on college…
 
In our last show for season 4 we close with a look at post-traumatic growth and suicide with Dr. Daniel DeBrule. Daniel was mentored by Drs. Lawrence G. Calhoun and Richard G. Tedeschi and brings that wisdom and ideas to this podcast.By Rocky Mountain MIRECC for Veteran Suicide Prevention
 
Police on the Scene with a Crime Prevention Lean Classic Originally Released: 4/17/2006 Police Charity Scam Ever been called to contribute to your local law enforcement agency? Is that money going where it ought? JD Dhein tells you what to look out for and how to identify cheats. He also explains the right way to make these much needed contribution…
 
We recorded this podcast in early April just as we were still trying to understand what life would mean during the pandemic. I didn't start working on the podcast until the end of July and was worried if it would still hold up. I think it does for the most part though we are all a little wiser. One part that I really like was when Ted talks about h…
 
Police on the Scene with a Crime Prevention Lean Classic Originally Released: 2/20/2006 Dumb Criminal in Love Ah, love. It makes for such lovely creations all around the world. And it makes stupid crooks–even stupider. Become friends with J.D. Dhein and Police On The Scene! Visit our Facebook pages by clicking the links above!…
 
In this podcast, Editor-in-Chief of Injury Prevention, Rod McClure,talks to Dr. Becky Naumann. She is a research assistant professor in the Department of Epidemiology and core faculty at UNC's Injury Prevention Research Center. Dr. Naumann’s main area of research has focused on understanding risk factors and trends of unintentional injuries and eva…
 
Dr. Elizabeth Beam from the University of Nebraska Medical Center discusses her research on respiratory protection education in the context of health care worker safety. Also in this episode, two new summaries: (1) a major article on environmental contamination of SARs-COV2 during the COVID-19 outbreak in South Korea and (2) a state of the science …
 
Kebryana Jones is an abuse survivor and a victim of sex trafficking as a minor. When the police were called in to rescue her and other girls from abuse, she herself ended up on sex trafficking conspiracy charges, and now faces a lifetime on the most serious tier of the sex offense registry. This is her story. The post How the law failed a survivor …
 
Police on the Scene with a Crime Prevention Lean Classic Originally Released: 8/14/12 Honor Flight Recognizes WWII Veterans Episode 242 Get involved with the Honor Flight. Suzette tells us about WWII vets flying to Washington, DC to see the WWII memorial. Video taken June 2 at Bayshore Town Center in Glendale, WI. Become friends with J.D. Dhein and…
 
In this podcast episode I sit down with Dr. Volker Nolte and Dr. Valery Kleshnev to discuss power measurement and biomechanics in the rowing stroke. In Episode 119, I had interviewed Lotte Lintmeijer who presented a new method for power measurement. Dr. Nolte and Dr. Kleshnev wanted to discuss the traditional method of power measurement and share w…
 
Frances (Fran) Harding, who served as the Director of SAMHSA's Center for Substance Abuse Prevention for 11 years, joins us for this episode of Prevention Profiles: Take Five. During this, her second appearance on the podcast, Fran discusses her experience working on a college campus as a prevention professional early in her career, the challenges …
 
I read a column in the gardening section of the Denver Post in spring of 2019 and stumbled on the writer Chryss Cada. In the last two paragraphs she announced that this was her last column that she'd be dedicating the next portion of her journey on telling the story of losing her brother, Mark, to suicide when he was 15 and she was 12. We touched b…
 
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