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Tara Humphrey looks behind-the-scenes at the business side of healthcare by talking to NHS and private healthcare leaders. And, throughout this podcast, she also shares her own project management and leadership insights. Tara has an MBA in Healthcare Leadership and Management and Leadership. She is the Founder and the Managing Director of THC Primary Care a leading healthcare consultancy.
 
Download the NHS Strength and flexibility podcasts and get your own personal trainer without the expense. Featuring Laura from the NHS Couch to 5k programme, these podcasts talk you through a series of equipment-free exercises to improve your strength and flexibility. Your goal is to work your way up to podcast 5 in five weeks, by doing each podcast three times a week. By week 5, you’ll be doing press-ups, squats and stretches with ease, feeling stronger, more flexible and full of energy. Fo ...
 
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Our Voices

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Our Voices

Alex Melia & Fascinate Productions

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Immerse yourself in short personal stories from a variety of diverse people. Season 3: Our Voices Through Lockdown gives you an insight into the personal struggles, adversity people have been battling during the Covid-19 lockdowns in the UK. These short weekly stories, aim to show the raw side of humanity. Some subjects are tough to listen to, but a vital narrative in todays world. Scroll further down to find season 1, which focuses on the people that make up our brilliant NHS, to season 2 f ...
 
This Podcast is a collaboration between Ross Abbott from Green Cross Training and Simon Nichols from Thrive. 2 men,1.5 beards with 1 goal to raise Mental Health awareness with 0 stigma. Each month they will be tackling mental health conversations and talking openly and honestly about its impact on them, all of us, and on society. Please note that support is always available from NHS, Samaritans, Calm, Mind, Papyrus, and SHOUT
 
The Innovation in Healthcare Podcast is produced by the Academic Health Science Network for the North East and North Cumbria (AHSN NENC), which supports innovation in all its forms within the NHS and Social Care. This podcast showcases some of the amazing work and programmes we support to transform healthcare through innovation.
 
Hosted by a doctor, for doctors (and anyone else who wants to listen...) In this first episode of 'If Hospital Walls Could Talk,' I bring you an introduction to my new podcast! I let you know why I started the podcast and what I'm looking to bring to the podcasting scene! As well as podcasting, I have my own blog (www.diariesofadoctor.com) and youtube channel, so please go check those out too!
 
Podcast inspired by Sauna Talk: It's amazing how much I see people open up when taking a Sauna with them. Away from the real world, muscles relaxing and an explosion of Dopamine release. Putting the world to rights and just realising your not alone - we all go through the hard shit in life that for some reason we do not share with others. Sauna talk is going to unlock this with discussing life in general with open minded people from Rossendale Valley about every day life - The Ups, The Downs ...
 
Welcome to Talking 24, the health and information podcast from NHS 24, with your host Lisa Dransfield. From invaluable health information to patient stories and updates on clinical services development, Talking 24 is the ultimate health podcast for those living in Scotland. If you have anything you'd like us to talk about on the Podcast, please get in touch with us on social media Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NHS24/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/nhs24.scot/ Twitter https://twitter ...
 
“Peer Support in mental health is essentially people with similar experiences inspiring and supporting each other. This unique approach brings a truly human perspective to distress. Time, empathy and understanding become the norm not the exception. These ideas originated in the grassroots mental health survivor movement. Now, Peer Support Worker or Lived Experience Professional (LXP) or Expert by Experience have become paid careers across private, charity and public sectors including within ...
 
SARD provide workforce management software to the healthcare sector. With our hosts Mariah Young and Joe Wilkinson, this podcast discusses about all the great innovation and rapid changes happening at SARD and throughout various industries.
 
Each episode will feature interviews with key figures from the NHS procurement world discussing NHS Procurement and Supply Chain issues or an interview with one of the fascinating people shaping the future of our industry. You’ll hear ideas, opinions, and predictions about everything procurement. And much, much more.
 
The BMJ is an international peer reviewed medical journal and a fully “online first” publication. The BMJ’s vision is to be the world’s most influential and widely read medical journal. Our mission is to lead the debate on health and to engage, inform, and stimulate doctors, researchers, and other health professionals in ways that will improve outcomes for patients. We aim to help doctors to make better decisions.
 
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Cut Through Nutrition

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Cut Through Nutrition

Dr Joshua Wolrich & Alan Flanagan

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Have you ever wanted to know more about nutrition but felt overwhelmed by the amount of conflicting information on the internet? You're not alone. Join NHS surgeon Dr Joshua Wolrich and lawyer-turned-current nutrition PhD Alan Flanagan as they aim to cut through the state of nutritional discourse whilst encouraging collaboration between different healthcare professionals. Whether you're a layperson that wants to understand if celery juice can actually cure your eczema (spoiler; it can't) or ...
 
This podcast has been born out of the realisation that it’s tough being pregnant or a new parent at the moment. We want to bring you some guidance, support and positivity, throwing in our experiences of parenthood too. We are Dr Punam Krishan & Dr Stephanie Ooi, we're both GPs and mums and both recently had our youngest babies during lockdown, you may think that being GPs means we have it all figured out but it couldn’t be further from the truth! We are going to be with you every week - grab ...
 
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This is part one in our FOUR part series discussing the challenges PCNs face in engaging with their key stakeholders AND the explore tips and solutions. · Part ONE – NHS system partners · Part TWO - Community partner organizations · Part THREE – Intra PCN with ARRS staff and Practices · Part FOUR - Patients Join fellow GP trainers for the second GP…
 
With Covid rates remaining stubbornly high and a huge pent-up demand for hospital care, the UK’s National Health Service faces a tough winter. Intensive care wards are the canary in the mine, reports Rachael Jolley. Mark Toshner: We can make beds, but what we can’t make are specialised staff to run those beds. The accident and emergency department …
 
For decades the difficult problem of social care - how to fund it, how to provide it - has been kicked into the long grass by government after government. But last month the Prime Minister announced a policy which he said meant no-one would have to sell their house to fund their social care. He also promised more money for social care - though not …
 
Why your GP appointment is like catching a plan and why your GP runs late.... 🔴 Subscribe: https://bit.ly/eGPlearningYTsubscribe 🔴 00:00 Intro 00:49 How to catch a plane 01:10 Going for an appointment at your GP 01:58 Why does my GP run late? 03:09 What if my GP appointment is delayed? 03:50 What if I miss my GP appointment? 04:35 What about remote…
 
Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast episode 172 where I have the pleasure of speaking with Ziad Laklouk Ziad is a pharmacist, and he also holds a position at Soar Beyond. In this interview, Ziad shares his pharmacy journey and what led him into working in primary care networks and for Soar Beyond which is a private organisation provi…
 
The pandemic has strapped rocket boosters onto vaccine science. So where is it taking us next? What other diseases are we about to take on? Prof Dame Sarah Gilbert, architect of the Oxford vaccine, gives me her view. Also, given teenagers and parents agree about everything and never have any arguments.... we should be able to rapidly resolve any qu…
 
As a child, Stephen describes having a violently negative reaction to the very concept of consuming almost all food: “There were only about 5 different foods I’d eat as a child” these included bread, cereals, french fries and ice cream. This hardly provided Stephen with the basis for a healthy diet but he was genuinely worried that having a piece o…
 
#171 Understanding the context you work within So in this podcast, I just wanted to really briefly give my take on why it's so important we really understand and study the context that we work within. We are all the centre of our own universe and we all want people to do what we want them to do and sometimes we forget that we are working in a compl…
 
When you listen to a radio programme, watch an animated film, or even receive a phone call, it’s unlikely you’ll question whether the words you’re hearing are coming from the mouth of a human being. But all that could be about to change thanks to the rise of ‘voice cloning’. Elaine Moore is a tech columnist at the Financial Times and she’s interest…
 
Leanne Brown presents a special pgramme for World Mental Health Day with coverage of Weybridge Rowing Club’s Row, Paddle, Run Event starting at Elmbridge Canoe Club supporting the Grace Deer Trust for mental health and discussing mental health issues with Steve Tindall of the Beelieve Foundation at Holy Family Catholic Primary School and Ms Scott D…
 
A slightly different spread of this episode of Deep Breath In, Navjoyt Tom and Jenny are discussing two separate topics, headaches and team debriefings.Firstly headaches, the team discuss why so many GPs find headaches to cause the most anxiety in their practice, and get some advice on migrainous headaches from Heather Angus-Leppan, consultant neur…
 
According to campaigners, Britain has some of the dirtiest rivers in Europe. Sewage, slurry from farms and chemicals are all a problem, too often ending up in our rivers. The parliamentary Environmental Audit Committee estimates that the discharge of raw sewage accounts for 55% of rivers in England and Wales failing to reach good ecological status.…
 
The main aim of SARD is to help improve the NHS, Britain's public health service. Healthcare and IT are ever-changing and we are interested in the ways that we can help it evolve with the growing population. SARD created a podcast because there’s constant change, growth even, in our industry and we want to shout about it – this podcast is essential…
 
What is eGPlearning? Find out with links below 🔴 Subscribe: https://bit.ly/eGPlearningYTsubscribe 🔴 eGPlearning: https://www.egplearning.co.uk Patient guides: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD... eGPlearning Podblast: https://link.chtbl.com/eGPlearning eGPlearning courses: https://egplearning.podia.com/ GP5T2 conference 6.11.21: https://hopin.c…
 
Welcome back to the Business of Healthcare Podcast – where I had the absolute pleasure of interviewing Neil Baulita. Neil is a NHS Governor, Co-Chairman LGBTQ network and Sexual Well-Being Specialist at King’s College NHS Foundation Hospital. A Writer, Speaker, Human Rights Activist and Health Equity campaigner. We had a very open and honest conver…
 
Anyone need a hug? I’m taking a look at this year’s Nobel Prize for Medicine. It helps explain how we experience the physical sensations of touch, heat and cold. Yes it’s the hugs, tea and ice cream Nobel! But it could also have implications for treating pain, so Prof Irene Tracey is here to discuss. And you wait decades for fortification and two c…
 
Dione Rogers, CNIO Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, and Holly Carr, Nurse, a nurse at Sheffield Children's Hospital and Florence Nightingale Fellow at NHSX, have both been diagnosed with dyslexia. Through their diagnosis and interest in health technology, the two have formed a mentorship to support each other professionally and also…
 
Here we get the rare opportunity of hearing the voices of children who have been impacted by lockdown. Andrea has spoken previously on the podcast but this time she is accompanied by her eldest daughter, 9-year-old Ella, and her son, 7-year-old Luke. Listening to their reflections we are able to hear how these children have been impacted by lockdow…
 
BH169 – Demand, Capacity & Variation In this short solo episode, I am going to be talking about Demand, Capacity & Variation which was inspired from a session I attended recently. Sometimes that means saying no, sometimes that's investing, also thinking about when does it need to be a standard operating procedure? When do we need to just trust peop…
 
A deep dive into the new objectives for the PCN DES for 2021 and onwards with Andy and Gandhi of eGPlearning. 00:00 Intro 01:48 B0828 annex A https://www.england.nhs.uk/wp-content... 02:35 From now (2021) onwards 04:25 CVD prevention and diagnosis 21-22 DES 11:45 CVD prevention and diagnosis 22-23 DES 22:23 Tackling neighbourhood health inequalitie…
 
Ross Abbott and Simon Nichols - 2 men,1.5 beards with 1 goal to raise mental health awareness with 0 stigma. In this episode they are sitting down and talking about Frame of reference Some of the questions Ross and Simon tackled: What is mental health What is a frame of reference What is the difference between physical & mental health During this e…
 
When a collage of digital images was sold in New York earlier this year for £50 million, the art world was convulsed. The reason? The picture couldn't be hung on a wall and was only visible online. What had been bought and sold was the non-fungible token - or NFT - relating to the collage. David Aaronovitch and his guests discover how NFTs work for…
 
Join me for a reflection episode on being an RCGP council member. This LIVE stream is my thoughts on the past 3 years and the challenges and future of the RCGP council. Join fellow GP trainers for the second GP5T conference about Training Trainers to Train Trainees: https://hopin.com/events/gp5t2 Comments from our previous conference include: Was f…
 
The Covid-19 pandemic has put a spotlight on the public health system and the people who work in it like never before. Helen McKenna sits down with Matthew Ashton, Director of Public Health in Liverpool and Tracy Daszkiewicz, Deputy Director of Population Health and Wellbeing at Public Health England, to explore what they’ve learnt from their exper…
 
Feedback is an essential part of the learning process for any nursing student or qualified nurse. But sometimes the points – written or oral - can be difficult to digest especially if you react to the negative information. In this episode, nurse lecturers Amy Dopson and Laurence Drew who are based at University of Surrey’s school of health sciences…
 
How can you access a patient record safely and appropriately? Join us and the team from AccuRx as they show you how to share patient records easily with Record View - their new product for all the NHS. 00:00 Intro to Record View 01:30 AccuRx Record View Vision 08:45 Record View Demo 16:50 DrGandalf's impression 17:25 Q&A on Record View 17:50 Data r…
 
BH168 Always Looking Forward with Matthew Cleevely from 10to8 In today's episode I had the pleasure of talking with Matthew Cleevely from 10to8 which is a company who specialise in appointment scheduling who work across multiple industries but do a lot of work within the NHS. We discuss who are 10to8 and what they deliver to their clients, their un…
 
Trying to keep up with the medical literature but... As it’s change-over time, you are far more preoccupied with finding where the staff toilet is, the code for this, and where on earth you can buy coffee? Your ears are in the right place In Ep40 we get our favourite Haematology Professor, Beverley Hunt OBE, to discuss our last Round Up's key artic…
 
This week our regular panelists, Helen Macdonald and Joe Ross, are joined by Juan Franco, editor in chief of BMJ Evidence Based Medicine - to take a primary care focussed look at what's been happening in the world of evidence.On this week’s episode. As kids go back to school, winter bugs surge and pressure mounts on health services we look at two t…
 
We’re going meat-free for this podcast! The supermarket shelves are heaving with faux meats and vegan ultra-processed foods. And if you don’t want to put milk in your coffee or on your cereals there’s a load of plant-based alternatives. So we take a look at how healthy these foods are and what you need to know when you’re doing the weekly shop. Sor…
 
Carlos is a single father of a 10-year-old daughter and a fifteen-year-old son. We hear about the struggles Carlos has faced trying to support his son in the midst of his son’s antisocial and violent behaviour. After threatening his mother with violence and being arrested by the police, it looked as if the situation had become completely untenable.…
 
#167 Finding the factors that support your success In this solo episode, I am going to be talking about finding the factors that support your success. So for those of you that are new to listening or regular listeners, I would class myself as a very practical and very logical person and the advice that people share on the podcast is also very pract…
 
An over view to the August/September 2021 updates to the PCN DES and IIF specifications. In this episode we introduce the changes and direct you to our separate individual episodes giving more detail on both the DES changes and the additional IIF specifications. Join fellow GP trainers for the second GP5T conference about Training Trainers to Train…
 
Doctors are taught from medical school about the benefits of IUD, and are often advocates of them to patients.However, recent media attention on the pain that some women suffer when having their IUD's fitted have started conversations about the need for cervical blocks, and more honest counselling of women about the procedure. Rebekah Fenton, adole…
 
There has been a lot of work on the way in which surgeon's are affected by tiredness - and the whole medical workforce can probably relate to their experience.But there's a difference between tiredness and fatigue, and that difference might be important in understanding what's happening in your own life. Dale Whelehan is a physiotherapist, and PhD …
 
The Business Secretary, Kwasi Kwarteng, has said there is 'no question of the lights going out' this winter as a result of a huge rise in gas prices. But many smaller energy companies are struggling to stay afloat as they are unable to pass on the higher wholesale costs of gas to their customers because of the energy price cap. Labour has accused t…
 
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