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Take as Directed is the podcast series of the CSIS Global Health Policy Center. It highlights important news, events, issues, and perspectives in global health policy, particularly in infectious disease, health security, and maternal, newborn, and child health. The podcast brings you commentary and perspectives from some of the leading voices in global health and CSIS Global Health Policy Center in-house experts
 
The TBPod is a podcast for clinicians and policymakers caring for patients with tuberculosis. The podcasts present discussions with expert clinicians, researchers, policymakers and advocates about their work in the field of tuberculosis. Tuberculosis remains one of the leading causes of death worldwide, and is an important contributor to morbidity among migrants arriving in Australia and New Zealand. There are around 1300 reported cases of TB in Australia each year, and a further 300 in New ...
 
A joint project of U.S. PIRG and the Antibiotic Resistance Action Center, this monthly podcast will delve into the critical health threat of antibiotic resistance and what drives it, including antibiotic use in agriculture and human health care, challenges and opportunities in R&D, and more. Co-hosts Matt Wellington and Dr. Lance Price will cover a new topic and feature an expert guest every month. Have questions or want to make suggestions? Write to us at SuperBugsUnplugged@gmail.com. Follo ...
 
Raw Talk is a graduate student-run podcast at the University of Toronto about medical science, and the people who make it happen. We focus on the journeys, perspectives, and expertise of health researchers, professionals, students, patients, and community members at the University of Toronto and beyond. Our mission is to promote a research culture within the Faculty of Medicine and broader life science student community; provide guidance to current and prospective graduate students; and to e ...
 
The podcast by YouTubers Colorado Martini that finds strange and curious subjects you want to know more about. On The Strange Podcast, Colorado Martini brings subject matter experts to the table to discuss and find unusual and obscure destinations and subjects.
 
Come talk a walk on the weird side of history with three history-loving idiots. Every other wednesday, we dive into tales of strange, obscure, or just plain interesting history, making millions of dumb jokes along the way. Join us as we laugh and learn together!
 
Although we may not see tuberculosis cases too often, that doesn’t mean this disease isn’t out there. In fact, up to 13 million people are carrying the latent infection, which can asymptomatically exist in a patient for years and can be fatal if it isn’t caught early enough. That’s why knowing which of our patients are at risk and using effective screening measures are now more critical than ever. In the hopes of eradicating this disease once and for all, Tackling TB brings together experts ...
 
MedStud Memoirs is a podcast designed for premed, medical school, and other healthcare students. We take the textbook knowledge involved in medicine outside of the classroom by sharing experiences of patients, doctors, and more. MedStud Memoirs is produced by two medical school students: Brian Elliott and Jarett Beaudoin. Music "Beyond Home" adapted from tracks by Brandon Liew on FreeMusicArchive, URL: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Brandon_Liew/
 
What's good? I'm Kwat Medetgul-Ernar. I’m an MD-PhD student at Stanford University. I tell you about the fundamental concepts and the latest discoveries in medicine and informatics. Keeping up with the latest science is expensive, feels like work, and is boring. At Stanford, I get to (and have to) study new things continuously. So, I decided to simplify what I get to learn and share it with you in a chill way, using everyday language. I want to teach you things without making you feel like s ...
 
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In this episode of Microbe Talk, Laura and Professor Stephen Gordon from University College Dublin discuss tuberculosis research in both people and animals. Find out more about Professor Gordon's research in the below articles:Mycobacterium tuberculosis: Humanity's deadly microbial foe (doi: 10.1099/mic.0.000601)Mycobacterium bovis genomics reveals…
 
John Spencer is the director of Education for Platinum Educational Group. He is a certified firefighter, licensed paramedic and EMS instructor-coordinator in Michigan. John loves the EMS industry that he has been a part of for the past 28 years and enjoys sharing this love with others. He is passionate about advancing professionalism in EMS by teac…
 
Rep. Tom Cole (R-OK), the senior House appropriator and a respected national leader on health security at home and abroad, has served on the CSIS Commission on Strengthening America’s Health Security since 2018. In this wide-ranging conversation, he reflects on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa massacre of the Black Greenwood community; the “succe…
 
Trying to keep up with the medical literature but England have just scored a goal against an average team in Euro 2020 and you just can’t help singing 3 lions on a shirt over and over… Your ears are in the right place. In this bumper episode, Jon and Barney are joined by the RCP podcast superstar Dr Amie Burbridge as we digest the key practice chan…
 
Krishna Udayakumar explains how he systematically assembled data to make sense of the fast-moving global marketplace in vaccines, amid the pandemic, building on prior trust with private and public entities, and positioning the Duke Global Health Innovation Center as the go-to source. Starting in late 2020, that meant painting the picture of worseni…
 
Bradley Dean and Eric McCullough review the somber reality of dealing with deaths in the field. The moral and ethical dilemma that EMS providers can find themselves in should not be ignored. Often relegated to the periphery, the aging population will increase demand for proper dealing with death training. This is a perfect podcast for instructors i…
 
Philip Zelikow, former executive director of the 9/11 Commission, has launched an ambitious fast-moving planning effort to scope what a commission on the pandemic in America would examine, how it would be organized, what value it would deliver, how it would navigate our treacherous political terrain, why it needs to move fast to nail down what happ…
 
In this episode of Microbe Talk, Laura speaks with Lillie Purser, PhD student at the University of Leicester. Lillie’s research explores how air pollution can affect the way bacteria behave, specifically strains of bacteria involved in the health condition chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Find out more about Lillie and her colleagues a…
 
Tom Bouthillet is Battalion Chief of EMS for Hilton Head Island (SC) Fire Rescue. Currently, he is a member of NREMT's Continued Competency Agenda Steering Committee, NEMSMA's EMS Quality Improvement Committee, and NENA's Telecommunicator CPR Working Group. He is also a member of the Editorial Advisory Board for EMS World and a Content reviewer for…
 
Phillip Wahby was a 20-year heroin addict who, with the help of a 12-step program, has been sober since May 2011. Phillip earned his Associate of Applied Science-Paramedic from St Louis Community College Forest Park in 1988. As a paramedic for St Louis, he spent 12 years on the front lines providing emergency care and crisis intervention in emergen…
 
Anger and it's Management Anger is an emotional state of reaction, and every human being very often experiences it and its effects inevitably. Uncontrolled Anger can result in multiple somatic(physical), psychological disturbances and acute and chronic diseases as well. It can have severe and debilitating side effects on your loved ones, relationsh…
 
We’re not ambulance drivers and the public needs to know. The common refrain, “I didn’t know you could do that sort of thing,” should not be uttered by professionals and legislators adjacent to our profession. Fighting entropy in our profession takes a volunteer spirit and Nancy Magee joins us to discuss strategies for doing just this. Nancy has be…
 
This week the CSIS Schieffer Series hosted a high-energy exchange on “The Next Phase Of Covid-19.” Steve and Andrew were joined by Jeremy Konyndyk, executive director of USAID’s Covid-19 Task Force, who delivered a stirring keynote address outlining USAID’s vision for addressing the burgeoning pandemic crisis while simultaneously investing in long-…
 
Struggling to keep up with all the recent developments in HIV? You're ears are in the right place: We chat with Dr. Tristan Barber, HIV consultant at the Royal Free Hospital, London. He helps us go through some exciting and important developments in HIV medicine including: - Back to the basics of HIV management - Two drug regimens - Injectable drug…
 
We spend a lot of time talking about antibiotic resistance, but lately, something else has caught our attention -- antifungal resistance! Thanks to the changing climate and increased fungicide use, a couple of nasty fungi have begun developing resistance genes that could make fungal infections in people untreatable. When did this happen? How bad is…
 
Jennie Johnson from the podcast "The Ordinary, Extraordinary Cemetery" joins Colorado Martini in a discussion about the twin towns of Central City and Black Hawk, Colorado. We will discuss the history of the towns and their famous picturesque cemeteries. Jennie has done tons of research of the area and brings her expertise to the discussion. 👉 The …
 
Leprosy probably brings to mind skin falling from the bone and people cast away into quarantined colonies. It is among the most stigmatized diseases in history, that I can think of. In this episode, we cover the past, present, and future of this ancient foe. . sources https://www.who.int/health-topics/leprosy#tab=tab_1 https://www.seeker.com/where-…
 
The Human Genome Project -- to sequence all genes in human DNA -- took over a decade and about $5 billion dollars to complete. Today, we can get the same results in 2 months for about $5000, or even over a weekend if we really need it. As a result, more and more people have access to genetic testing. For many families affected by inheritable condit…
 
Preventing Burnout by Advocating for Change in EMS with Dr. Candice McDonald and Nurse Robin Goldinger. Special guests are Shelly Carter and James Garcia. Dysfunctional workplaces and a lack of control are two causes of burnout in the workplace. Ignored or unaddressed job burnout stressors can have significant consequences on an individual and the …
 
Jason Haag is a well-traveled EMS educator who currently works as the quality assurance analyst and clinical educator for MultiMed Billing in Baldwinsville, NY. With more than 18 years of EMS experience, Jason is a critical care paramedic who has experience as an EMS supervisor and CIC certification teaching agencies across New York. He also speaks…
 
Trying to keep up with the medical literature but apparently JournalSpotting HQ has a team of actual beavers who chew and digest all the articles then present them in a light-hearted podcast. So why bother? In #33 Dr Barney Hirons and Dr Jon Hudson cover the latest and greatest in medical literature. Including: - What BP is optimum based on the lat…
 
Dan Diamond has covered health, politics, and the White House for the Washington Post since January 19. What is going on in the international side of the US response to the pandemic? It is “piecemeal,” unclear who is making decisions, lacks a strategy, the approach is “much vaguer” than the domestic response. The US has announced a number of import…
 
Dr. Monica Gandhi has thought deeply about the complex transition we have entered, with many vaccinated, and many not. We need to behave differently in private versus public settings. Being polite and compassionate remain essential. Resistance to vaccines comes from different populations, each requiring a different approach: racial and ethnic minor…
 
Tim Nowak is the Founder & CEO of Emergency Medical Solutions, LLC, an EMS training & consulting company that he developed in 2010. His background includes nearly a decade of company officer and chief officer level experience, in addition to training content delivery and program development spanning his entire career. Tim also has active experience…
 
Doug Hexel has been in emergency services since 2004 and currently serves as a firefighter-paramedic for the City of Schenectady (NY), a rescue-medical specialist for New York Urban/Technical Search and Rescue Task Force 2 (NY-TF2), paramedic instructor at the State University of New York at Cobleskill and shift commander at the Albany County Sheri…
 
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