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Prevention Works

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Prevention Works

The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre

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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.
 
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 ...
 
Come listen to an extension of some of the excellent utility safety & ops safety content published in Incident Prevention magazine. Dive deeper into insightful safety topics by hearing interviews with the some of the best and brightest minds in the industry! Learn more about Incident Prevention magazine at incident-prevention.com
 
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Pathways 2 Prevention

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Pathways 2 Prevention

Drug Free America Foundation, Inc.

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Join us for Drug Free America Foundation’s ‘Pathways to Prevention’ podcast as we engage stakeholders from across the drug demand reduction spectrum including government, academia, clergy, preventionists, treatment professionals, and persons in long-term recovery. Topics of discussion include current trends in the global substance use pandemic, strategies to reduce drug demand, and how to best adapt those strategies to the ever-shifting substance use landscape.
 
The “Talk. They Hear You.” campaign is pleased to announce its new podcast: What Parents Are Saying — Prevention Wisdom, Authenticity, and Empowerment. The goal is to provide a platform where parents and caregivers can get informed, be prepared, and take action by having open and honest conversations with their kids about substance use and mental health. Hosted by Debbie Berndt, Director of Parent Movement 2.0, the podcast will feature discussions with parents, caregivers, and nationally rec ...
 
Resolutions is a podcast about all things Dispute Resolution. Hosted by a rotating cast of Section of Dispute Resolution members, the podcast consists of a series of conversations with professionals in the dispute resolution community about various topics of interest.
 
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 ...
 
The Attention on Prevention podcast brings in guests to talk about the prevention of child and infant maltreatment as well as delve into other parenting issues. We'll bring in families of victims of abuse and victims themselves to discuss their stories, world experts in various medical fields to discuss current research and past experiences as well as other guests with legal and prevention backgrounds. We invite you to take the time to listen and learn about how we can keep our babies safe f ...
 
In an informal setting, Dr Gemma Winzor talks to expert guests about current research, challenges and opinions in infection prevention and control (IPC). An engaging listen for infection control specialists, healthcare professionals or anybody with an interest in infection control, microbiology, epidemiology or healthcare more broadly. The podcast covers a wide variety of subjects in infection control, allowing the stories behind recent research to come to the front as guests discuss their p ...
 
Each episode features a conversation with two women researchers from the HEAL Prevention Cooperative who discuss the public health problems they're trying to solve through their work and tell the stories of their journeys into the prevention science field. They discuss their academic backgrounds, mentoring, career choices, work-life balance, advice they would give young women interested in the prevention field, and much more. This podcast was developed as part of the HEAL Prevention Cooperat ...
 
"We need to kiss that monster on the nose,” said Ronat John, M’Wikwedong Indigenous Friendship Centre. Sheatre presents the audio drama and talk series “Mishoo miinwaa Noki ~ You, Me And Wrinkles” (aka "Wrinkles"). With one in six seniors facing abuse, "Wrinkles" uses authentic voices -- both English and Ojibwe – to tell true stories that inspire listeners to bring elder abuse out of the shadows and normalize talking about it. Listen alone – or host listening parties to share local ideas. Go ...
 
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An Ounce of Prevention

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An Ounce of Prevention

Women In Distress of Broward County, Inc.

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You’ve heard the saying an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, that’s what this podcast is all about: building awareness to end domestic violence. Each episode will be breaking down different aspects of the work. We’ll talk to survivors, advocates, community members and others to explore the things that are happening right now and the work that still needs to be done.
 
Via Prévention a pour objet de fournir aux employeurs et aux travailleurs appartenant aux secteurs d’activité du transport, de l’entreposage et de l’environnement, des services de formation, d’information, de conseil, de recherche en santé sécurité du travail et en sécurité routière.
 
The CDC projects an almost 50% increase in cancer incidences by 2050, but close to half of all cancers are preventable. Join Less Cancer for their annual National Cancer Prevention Workshop, where you will hear from several experts about the various environmental factors and contaminants leading to an increase in cancer risk worldwide, and how certain healthy lifestyle choices can reduce your own cancer risk.
 
The Prevention Perspective is a podcast focused on sharing information, ideas and resources about violence prevention work. Hosted by the prevention staff of the WCA, a non-profit in Boise, ID serving those impacted by domestic and sexual violence. If you or someone you care about have experienced domestic, dating or sexual violence please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233.
 
Professor Boyd Swinburne is the director of Deakin University's WHO Collaborating centre for Obesity Prevention and Related Research and Training. Boyd's WHO centre covers four key sections including: 1. Obesity Research groups. 2. Co-Ops Collaboration. 3. Advocacy for Obesity Prevention. 4. International activities.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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Infection Prevention Spotlight

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Infection Prevention Spotlight

Kara Mullane, RN, MSN, CIC - Infection Preventionist

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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
International Dispute Negotiation (IDN) is presented by CPR as an example of the ways professionals from different countries and backgrounds approach dispute resolution. The podcast is intended to help listeners understand the risks of disputes and shed insight on optimal ways of accepting, mitigating, and managing those risks in the real world, whether through mediation, arbitration, or litigation that arises far from home.
 
Pre-exposure prophylaxis commonly known as PrEP is a drug used in the prevention of HIV aids in working to keep the virus from establishing a permanent infection. In this podcast we discuss the importance of this drug, it's availability and access as well as spotlighting an emerging group of young women between the ages of 15-24 who find themselves the most vulnerable to HIV infections today
 
You know that parents play a critical role in preventing alcohol and other drug use by youth. This podcast provides information and tips to help adult support the young people in their lives and making healthy choices. Cover art photo provided by Melissa Askew on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@melissaaskew
 
DAWN HEALS THE DARKEST HOUR | The antithesis of suicide’s promise of pain relief, is the healing hope of human compassion and connection. Founded on this principle of Relational Safety, PROTECT is a new dawn in the practice of assets-based recovery oriented care for people in suicidal distress. When seeking out the source of pain, PROTECT transcends the deficits-focus of “what’s the matter with you” to “what matters to you”, a novel mindset that unlocks the true potential in both the profess ...
 
Welcome to "Let's Talk Prevention!," a podcast of VASA (Voices Against Substance Abuse). VASA is a community coalition that researches and implements strategies related to substance use and misuse. It is a program of VOICE (Viable Options in Community Endeavors, Inc.), a nonprofit that teaches critical life skills to children and families. Each month, join VASA and expert guests as they discuss their knowledge, thoughts, and first-hand experiences. voiceinc.org ∙ vasa@voiceinc.org ∙ 254.741. ...
 
Objective Zero Foundation 501 c/3 non-profit focuses on the use of proprietary patented technology as a resource to prevent suicide, particularly in the veteran and servicemember community. This podcast focuses the conversation directly on the issues of veteran and service member suicides, mental health, and resources available to overcome the challenges associated with them. This show is hosted by two infantry combat veterans who served together, one of whom is the Co-Founder of the Objecti ...
 
Supporting beauty professionals to break the cycles of burnout, own their potential, and thrive creatively, spiritually, and professionally. Hello my name is India, I am a burnout preventionist and selfcare advocate for the Beauty Expert, the Creative Compassionate: those who serve their communities through their creativity and compassion. I believe you are an extraordinary group of creatives gifted with an incredible role in your communities. You are not just hairdressers, aestheticians, la ...
 
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 ...
 
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PART TWO: A recording of a private post-event conversation on May 18, 2022 Description: This episode is in two parts. This second installment captures the group's excited private conversation afterwards, as they expressed how liberating, important and impactful it was to talk. The conversation about issues, resources and solutions continues. The fi…
 
Fighting Fraud during the Holiday SeasonNOV 17, 2022 Subscribe to The Identity Trust Pulse on all major platforms: Spotify | Amazon Music | Listen Notes LexisNexis® Risk Solutions The holiday shopping season is a popular time for bad actors to engage in fraudulent activity. Among the consumers looking for a bargain during events such as Click Frenz…
 
In the third episode of this multipart podcast series, Bill Martin, CUSP, president and CEO of Think Tank Project LLC (www.thinkprojectllc.com), and host Kate Wade discuss emotional intelligence – what it is, why it’s so critical to line crew safety and why it should be considered a strength and not a weakness. To share feedback about this podcast,…
 
An unhealthy diet is Australia’s key modifiable risk factor, resulting in more than 500,000 years of life lost to death and disability each year so it’s important that healthcare service providers provide a good role model. ​ Together, Professor Anna Peeters and Dr Miranda Blake, and colleagues, have produced large quantities of evidence that show …
 
This episode features Harold Coleman, Jr., Senior Vice President / Mediator, AAA-ICDR-AAA Mediation.org & Dr. Debra Dupree, Founder and CEO, Relationships-at-Work. Join them as they share the essence of mediation, as well as why a lifelong learning mindset is critical to professional success. They’ll also give a preview of the 19th Annual Advanced …
 
Although it's pumpkin spice season, another pandemic winter is about to arrive. Though no completely new variants of the COVID virus have emerged yet, there are several new Omicron sub-variants. The Omicron variant first surfaced in the fall of 2021, and during the past year, various Omicron variants have primarily been responsible for COVID cases.…
 
Moulds can affect one's home and health. With this in mind, it is crucial for homeowners to discover tricks and methods that may help them keep their homes stylish and spotless, which can enhance their lifestyle and home. For best Mould clinic products, visit: https://www.essentialshieldbrisbanesouth.com.au/mould-prevention-products…
 
Join us for the third and final episode of brain-based parenting with Dr. Crystal Collier, psychotherapist and author of The NeuroWhereAboutsGuide. In the first two episodes, we covered how a brain is formed and how to protect it. In episode three, we discuss many tips, tools, and techniques that can help parents in these efforts. Review the lists …
 
TEEN DRUG USE IS NOT INEVITABLE! Teens and the adults that care about them need to know that the One Choice of no use of any alcohol, nicotine, marijuana or other drugs is a realistic goal and that many teens are already making that choice. A study led by the Institute for Behavior and Health, Inc. analyzed data from the Monitoring the Future study…
 
Homeland Security Investigation’s National Lead Development Center (NLDC), located in Williston, Vermont, is responsible for producing high quality criminal referrals and case support for the various HSI Field Offices across the country. Join us as we have a conversation with Allen Vanscoy, section chief for HSI's National Lead Development Center, …
 
In this month's podcast, Editor-in-Chief of Injury Prevention, Dr Rod McClure​, talks with Professor Fred Rivara, Professor of Pediatrics, University of Washington, School of Medicine. They explore what is unique about Injury Prevention as a field, and where this field integrates with the more general world of public health. They also discuss leade…
 
PART ONE: A recording of a Zoom event held May 18, 2022 Kitchi Nshinaabeg dibaataanaawaa Kitchi Nshinaabeg miji doodwindwaa – Elders talk about Elder Abuse in Ojibwe Aapiji go gegeti, aabdig Wii dbaamjigaade maanda nayi waabjigaadeg. Baatinat. [This is the truth. This needs to be looked at. There is too much of it.] Ron Odjig This episode is in two…
 
Surmounting colonialism, residential schools and the Sixties Scoop. As Austin Elliott tells the personal story of his family, he reveals how seismic policies and racist decisions by "settlers" have affected Indigenous people's lives, behaviours and relationships across the generations. In doing so, he helps us understand about consequences. And the…
 
Special CUSP Edition - Want To Be One? Ask One! Hosted by Rod Courtney, CUSP & CUSP Program Director Shawn Talbot, CAE Learn from a current board member and active Certified Utility Safety Professional (CUSP) credential holder Rod Courtney, and the current CUSP Program Director Shawn Talbot talk about common questions about the credential and USOLN…
 
Kids are smart. They're observant. This recording captures the thoughts of a youth group at M'Wikwedong Indigenous Friendship Centre. They listen to excerpts from the episode "Thieves," talk about what they heard, what it means, how to deal with it, and what they'd like to see next. In the end, the Seven Grandfather Teachings underpin their hope fo…
 
Moulds can affect one's home and health. With this in mind, it is crucial for homeowners to discover tricks and methods that may help them keep their homes stylish and spotless, which can enhance their lifestyle and home. For best Mould clinic products, visit: https://www.essentialshieldbrisbanesouth.com.au/mould-prevention-products…
 
We are back for episode two of a three-part series on brain-based parenting with Dr. Crystal Collier, psychotherapist and author of The NeuroWhereAbouts Guide. In the first episode, we covered how the brain is formed and how to understand age-defined, executive function. In this second episode we cover how to protect that brain, the role of dopamin…
 
Financial Abuse! Unspoken shames. The Stories: A man steals his elderly alcoholic father’s money and bank cards. Another man neglects his mother’s spiritual well-being, forcing confinement and refusing her access to church and friends. We also hear about the beauty of wrinkles, and their meaning. Panel Discussion: Financial Abuse is the most common…
 
In this first episode of a three-part series on brain-based parenting, we are joined by Dr. Crystal Collier, psychotherapist and author of The NeuroWhereAbouts Guide. The idea of brain-based parenting is helping so many parents better understand several important roles they play in their kids’ lives. Understanding this concept can help reduce the r…
 
Join Gemma Winzor (Editor in Chief, Infection Prevention in Practice) and Nik Mahida (Editor in Chief, Journal of Hospital Infection) live from FIS/HIS International 2022, as they talk with guests about how environmental factors impact infection control practice. Christine Peters (Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow) discusses two cases of…
 
The Story: For years her husband abused her; now that he’s had a stroke, she’s getting her revenge. a wife who can’t properly care for her invalid husband, overmedicates him and neglects his medical needs -- and she refuses to get him better care because her government benefit cheque would be reduced. The Discussion: The panel highlights the multip…
 
Red Ribbon Week, occurring each year at the end of October (23-31), is the nation’s largest and longest-running drug-use prevention campaign. It’s also the perfect time to educate and encourage parents/caregivers and youth to participate in prevention activities nationwide. In this episode, our guests are parents motivated to help other parents. Li…
 
Elaine Cloutman Green (Consultant Clinical Scientist and Infection Control Doctor at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust) discuss the role of the healthcare scientist in the IPC team. Elaine also shares how she forged a successful healthcare career from a start in zoology, how to make people aware of the opportunities ava…
 
The stories: Two stories focus on multi-generational abuse and relationships. In "Mockery" a youngster makes fun of a disabled elder. In "Let Grandma Take Care of It", when their child asks to be cared for, alcoholic parents sluff off their responsibilities onto grandmother, who lacks the financial resources and stamina for the job . The discussion…
 
It’s no surprise that half our population searches online to inform themselves, but how does that work for you when English is not your first language? Culturally and linguistically diverse people in Australia are neglected in most academic research, and health is not exempt. In this episode, we discuss with guest, Dr Mridula Bandyopadhyay, how Aus…
 
Welcome to this special episode of the Pathways 2 Prevention Podcast: We are proud to announce the 14th annual anniversary observance of NATIONAL DRUG-FREE WORK WEEK, OCTOBER 17 - 23, 2022. This yearly public awareness campaign highlights the importance of a drug-free workplace and encourages workers with alcohol and drug problems to seek help. Epi…
 
CM Labs' Christa Fairchild and Alan Limoges sit down with host Kate Wade to discuss how equipment simulators can improve efficiencies in worker training, enhance safety, save costs, benefit trainers and more. This interview is based on the article Fairchild wrote for the October-November 2022 issue of Incident Prevention magazine. As a note to list…
 
Happy International Infection Prevention Week 2022! We are celebrating all the amazing contributors to the podcast over the last 5 years. Goodbyes are being said - This is the last podcast hosted by Kara Mullane, RN, MSN, CIC. It would be great if an individual or company would like to take over Infection Prevention Spotlight Podcast. If you are in…
 
In this episode of Women Leading Prevention Science, Sara Hairgrove talks with Dr. Danica Knight, professor and Associate Director of research at Texas Christian University's Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development and Dr. Margaret Kuklinski, associate professor and Director of the Social Development Research Group in the School of Social Work …
 
In this episode Gemma talks with Ron Daniels, an NHS Consultant in Intensive Care, Executive Director and founder of the UK Sepsis Trust and board member of the Global Sepsis Alliance. The conversation focuses on a recently-published white paper Ron co-authored as part of the Infection Management Coalition, which, in response to the COVID-19 pandem…
 
SCAMS!! The Story: When a widow is cheated, nobody steps up to take responsibility. It’s a scam! Who is this guy? Where does the buck stop? The late Elder Rose Peltier reflects on the act of “Respect”, now and in the past, and passes along her wisdom and wishes. The Discussion: It takes bravery and social responsibility to counter this problem. Don…
 
In this episode, we talk with filmmaker Chris Baier, whose documentary film “Like, Share, Comment and Subscribe” tells the story of Josh Sorrels, a man, who at nearly 40 years old, is learning to come to peace with his life as a survivor of Shaken Baby Syndrome. Chris talks about how he first found Josh through his YouTube channel and the emotional…
 
This episode features Ryan Smith, assistant university ombudsperson at Michigan State University, and Josef Leidenfrost, European Network of Ombuds in Higher Education. Join them as they discuss the role of an ombuds in an organization and dive into the different structures of American and European ombud structures.…
 
Gemma Winzor talks with Gonzalo Bearman (Professor of Infectious Diseases at Virginia Commonwealth University, Editor in Chief of Antimicrobial Stewardship & Healthcare Epidemiology) about his work on contact precautions for the control of endemic multidrug resistant organisms in healthcare settings. The conversation takes in the importance of hori…
 
A continuation of Thieves, Part 1. The story: Teenagers steal from and injure their grandfather. The discussion: Someone says, “We don't want to get to a point where the police are involved, but they might have to be.” What would happen if the police were called in? What could be the role of other authority figures, a counselor or an Elder be in th…
 
The New Mexico Organized Retail Crime Association (NMORCA) is a project of the New Mexico Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with retail member companies and law enforcement across the state of New Mexico. NMORCA provides an online digital platform for retailers and law enforcement so they can easily share information in real-time to help prevent …
 
In this episode, Sara Hairgrove interviews Dr. Leslie Leve, Lorry Lokey Chair and professor in the College of Education and scientist at the Prevention Science Institute at the University of Oregon, and Dr. Beth Stormshak, Philip H. Knight Chair and professor in the College of Education and a research scientist at the Prevention Science Institute a…
 
This new series hosted by Rod Courtney, CUSP will dive deeper into each article from our Incident Prevention Magazine's section called "Tailgate Topics". In this episode Rod interviews Jesse Hardy on avoiding injuries while lifting and moving in his Tailgate Topics article in the Aug/Sep issue of Incident Prevention Magazine. You can subscribe digi…
 
It is no secret that working in corporate America can be as much of an exercise in managing people and personalities as an opportunity for career or professional development. While being overworked and feeling undervalued at work seems to be the norm and, accordingly, society is somewhat desensitized to this reality, some workplace environments bec…
 
In this episode of Infection Prevention in Conversation, Gemma talks to Gwendoline L. Chimhini, Lecturer in Child and Adolescent Health at the University of Zimbabwe Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and Felicity Fitzgerald, NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer in Paediatric Infectious Diseases, working between UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of…
 
The stories: Teenagers steal from and injure grandfather; sweet memories of grandmother’s wrinkles. The discussion: Young people start the conversation with the question, "What is elder abuse? " A survivor tells of post-traumatic stress. Grass roots services for youth are the subject of counsellors from Saugeen First Nation. Dorothy Wassegijig-Kenn…
 
There are numerous ways in which population health could benefit if housing was improved in Australia. Join host Gretchen Miller and guest Professor Rebecca Bentley as they discuss the many aspects of this social determinant of health including how poor housing quality can exacerbate chronic disease and mental health, housing security, and how to a…
 
This Domestic Violence Awareness Month (October 2022), we aim to get at the heart of the question, what is domestic violence? Join us as we talk through various types of abuse (#BeyondTheBruises), why victims stay, and other key aspects of understanding domestic violence. And of course, most importantly, learn about ways we can all turn our knowled…
 
In this podcast we talk about national collaboration across the field of injury prevention through the eyes of Pamela Fuselli, president and CEO of a national injury prevention charity, in Canada, Parachute.We also discuss the upcoming 2022 Canadian Injury Prevention Conference.Please subscribe to the Injury Prevention Podcast via all podcast platf…
 
In this episode, we talk with Danielle Letourneau and Kimberly Honchell of the Relief Crafters or America, a volunteer-run group of over 50,000 people that provide handcrafted fiber products to groups who serve human or animal needs. The Relief Crafters of America have donated nearly 3,000 infant hats and booties to support the National Center’s CL…
 
Infection Prevention in Conversation is back for a second series! In an informal setting, Dr Gemma Winzor talks to expert guests about current research, challenges and opinions in infection prevention and control (IPC). An engaging listen for infection control specialists, healthcare professionals or anybody with an interest in infection control, m…
 
Ombuds are an important part of the dispute resolution system, and often an integral part of both conflict resolution and grievance systems within organization and within other systems. This episode features Ryan Smith, assistant university ombudsperson at Michigan State University, and Hector Escalante, university ombudsperson director at UC Merce…
 
An introduction to the podcast. Elder Shirley John offers an opening, a song, a prayer and the Seven Grandfathers Teachings. Joan Chandler talks about upcoming Episodes. New episodes every Tuesday. For information about the podcast and speakers, visit Sheatre's website, www.sheatre.com. Chi miigwech. We welcome your support of this program through …
 
Does it seem like every few days there is a report of a new or old organism or disease poking its head up and staying “I’m here! Look at me!” I’m sure as an infection Preventionist or ID physician, it may seem that way to you. If you are in the cities and towns that are having these outbreaks it doesn’t matter what your profession is, you are affec…
 
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