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The Public Health Insight Podcast is a weekly podcast ranked in the top 5% of all podcasts globally. The podcast covers all things public health and global health, from the sustainable development goals to the social determinants of health, as well as interesting dialogues about the diverse career opportunities that exist in the fields. Since its launch in March 2020, the podcast has featured more than 40 high-profile guests and has built an audience in more than 4,000 cities in over 170 cou ...
 
ASTHO’s podcast series, the Public Health Review, features health officials and public health leadership who are on the front lines of state and territorial public health. The series capitalizes on current public health issues and delivers timely, thoughtful perspectives on the value of public health through the lens of state/territorial health officials and other subject matter experts.
 
So many things impact our health. The physical things around you, the social interactions, the policies you may never notice, are all quietly there, influencing our health and wellbeing in subtle ways everyday. Some are there on purpose to prevent bad outcomes, some are issues that we still need to address, but most go unnoticed by many of us. This is the world of public health; a science of understanding the countless forces and designing solutions to help prevent or mitigate harm and impro ...
 
The Public Health Power Hour from Vital Strategies looks at how the world around us shapes our health, and how we can shape our environments so that everyone, everywhere has the potential for great health. Vital Strategies is a global public health organization that seeks to accelerate progress on the world’s most pressing health problems. Our team combines evidence-based strategies with innovation to help develop and implement sound public health policies, manage programs efficiently, stren ...
 
The Redefining Rest podcast is for early to mid-career public health professionals with a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree who are burnt out, stressed, overwhelmed, and exhausted. If you want to experience more rest, have more time, do the things that bring you joy and fulfillment, and ultimately create a life you love… then this is the podcast for you. In each episode, Career and Life Coach Marissa McKool, MPH will unpack how our society and the public health field itself promotes the n ...
 
Sujani Sivanantharajah from PHSPOT.org sits down with public health heroes of our time to share career stories, inspiration, and guidance for building public health careers. From time to time, she also has conversations with friends of public health - individuals who are not public health professionals, but their advice and guidance are equally important. The emotions, energy, and passion that comes from these stories act as a reminder that this space we’ve created for the public health comm ...
 
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SAGE Public Health

SAGE Publications Ltd.

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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE for Public Health. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
 
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Think Public Health

LLU School of Public Health

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Think Public Health is a podcast by students from the Loma Linda University School of Public Health exploring the world from a public health perspective. Join us as we investigate issues in the media by talking to experts, students, and community members about the relevance of public health in everyday living.
 
A public health podcast produced by the National Collaborating Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCCID), "Infectious Questions" connects those with infectious disease questions to those with the answers. Un balado sur la santé publique réalisé par le Centre de collaboration nationale des maladies infectieuses (CCNMI) et appelé « Infections en question » fait le lien entre les balados concernant les questions sur les maladies infectieuses et ceux qui offrent des réponses à ces questions.
 
We’re not all doctors! The Philippine public health system is a behemoth of networks, actors, policies, and programs. So, who is behind the wheel of this complex system? Listen to the stories of different Philippine public health workers thriving in their fields and learn how they serve their country through their expertise. In our first season, join Martha and Angeli, public health workers in their own right, as they interview key players in the Philippine public health system. Their guests ...
 
Tune in to conversations with the most active public health researchers about the latest developments in public health, from vaccinations to climate change to tobacco policies. Learn about practical applications of the latest research underway at the University of Arizona’s Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health. If you are a CHES, visit https://moodle.publichealth.arizona.edu/ to receive CECH credits for listening.
 
Hey everyone, this is Whats Up Public Health! We are a podcast made of public health advocates and specialists. Our goal is to share knowledge with the general public on what public health is, what issues are out there. We are so glad you all stopped by to check us out and hope to keep you along throughout our public health ride. Thanks for stopping by! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whats-up-public-health/support
 
We would like to introduce 'Stories in Public Health', a podcast for new and aspiring public health professionals. Join as we travel around Sydney interviewing the people in public health that we most look up to! Download our podcast and: • Be inspired by public health professionals who are leaders in their fields • Learn about how they got to where they are, and what motivates them to work in public health. • Stay up-to-date with the latest public health practice from the real world and hav ...
 
Abigail Meller is an aspiring activist, feminist, and a couple of other –ists, with a passion for health policy, advocacy work, and civil rights. Join her as she discusses current public health, healthcare policy, and social justice issues on Generation Invincible, a bi-weekly podcast by a millennial, for millennials.
 
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Talk Public Health

Talk Public Health

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Welcome to Talk Public Health (TPH), where we explore topics for persons looking to start a career in public health, make a change in their life or learn something new. Hosted by N. Charles Hamilton and Naomi Limaro Nathan, our dynamic team of young public health professionals offer fresh perspectives on topics including: neglected public health issues, global health affairs, and the latest updates in our field. Join the conversation beyond university public health courses and tune in today. ...
 
Our mission at Public Health Decoded is to demystify public health research and make it accessible for everyone. Each month, two student hosts from Yale School of Public Health will focus on a popular public health - such as healthcare access, mental health, substance abuse - and interview experts in the field to help all of us understand the issue a bit better. We want to dive into public health issues that affect everyone to get you the latest on the research from the researchers themselves!
 
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COVID-19 infections may look different in 2022 than they did in 2020, thanks to vaccines, infection-induced immunity, and new treatments—but that doesn’t mean we can rest easy. Dr. Paul Sax, clinical director of infectious diseases at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and editor-in-chief of the Journal of Clinical Infectious Diseases talks with Dr. …
 
Radha talks with four public health graduate students about their experiences attending the American Public Health Association's (APHA) annual conference in Boston a few weeks ago and how it felt to be immersed in an international public health community for a few days. What did they learn? What were their take-aways?A transcript of this episode is…
 
Public health agencies had to rapidly innovate during COVID-19, and one of those innovations was virtual restaurant inspections. Beginning in March 2020, COVID-19 social distancing and stay-at-home orders required many food establishments to adopt takeout and/or food delivery models. To ensure that establishments were abiding by food safety rules a…
 
Traffic Deaths are preventable. Links: https://visionzeronetwork.org/ https://www.nhtsa.gov/press-releases/early-estimate-2021-traffic-fatalities https://www.npr.org/2022/08/25/1119110757/traffic-deaths-car-accident-hoboken-new-jersey-vision-zero?utm_source=npr_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=20220828&utm_term=7170316&utm_campaign=best-of-n…
 
How should humans respond to our ongoing human-made climate catastrophe? To answer that question, Recall this Book turned to prize-winning climate reporter Elizabeth Kolbert, who visited Brandeis this Fall. The topic was Under a White Sky, her recent book that documents the responses to the climate crisis ranging from a form of climate engineering …
 
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Nakia Bolden, a full time MPH student, certified health education specialist, and entrepreneur. They talk about what the CHES is and how to obtain it, working in public health with an undergraduate degree, and Nakia’s experiences starting her own health education business. You’ll Learn How Nakia became interes…
 
We want to make sure that we’ve covered everything! Join us as Dr. Huntley discusses the timeline of the upcoming Public Health Consulting and Entrepreneurship EXPO. Find out when enrollment opens, the option to attend online only, and the option to also join us in Orlando, Florida. Tune in to make sure that you are up to date and ready for the Pub…
 
Are you or someone you know planning to submit an MPH program application for the upcoming admission cycle? In this episode of the Public Health Insight Podcast, we share our responses to frequently asked questions (FAQs) from more than 150 prospective MPH students about the application and admission process, with a focus on: ◼️ What You Should Con…
 
Zoila Reyna is the Founder and CEO of Public Health Hired, which focuses on sharing best practices and proven techniques for securing employment in public health. She also works full-time for a reputable healthcare company as a Senior Consultant in strategic planning for philanthropy and is an expert in community engagement, chronic disease managem…
 
In this episode of JPHMP Direct Talk, two of the authors of a new case study in the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice relate how the Jefferson County Health Department in Alabama navigated the challenges of mitigating COVID-19 during the early stages of the pandemic.Read "Exploring the Preliminary Steps of One County Health Departmen…
 
Who is Chrystal and what does she do? What led Chrystal to the work she does today? What Chrystal studied at the undergraduate level and how that led her to public health work Chrystal’s decision to pursue a Master of Public Health degree (MPH) and what she is focusing on in her program as she is pursuing it (Community Health) Why Chrystal chose to…
 
Please join us for the eight episode of Systems Science in Public Health Podcast. The series, hosted by Professor Petra Meier, is a joint venture between the SIPHER Consortium and MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit. Our guest for episode eight is Professor Magda Cerdá - a Professor and Director of the Center for Opioid Epidemiology and …
 
In this episode, our host Melissa Palafox speaks with Eunice Lin on public health newsworthy topics including: Menstrual cycle disruption after the COVID vaccine, regardless of the type of vaccine selected. Racial and Ethnic Disparities in FMLA from 2017-18, where service industries jobs also had less access to paid leave than corporate jobs. Paren…
 
Danielle Gallegos is a Professor in Nutrition and Dietetics at the Queensland University of Technology. With over 30 years of experience, Danielle continues to contribute significantly to public health nutrition work - particularly in the areas of food security, food literacy and early childhood care. Danielle is the Director of the Woolworths Cent…
 
Medications to treat opioid use disorder in pregnant people can decrease the chances of an infant being born too early and reduce risks of maternal overdose and death. But with a fractured and underfunded system of OUD treatment, as well as stigma around drug abuse in pregnancy and siloed maternal health care, how can pregnant people access this li…
 
Michael Bess is the Chancellor's Professor of History at Vanderbilt University. His fifth and most recent book is Planet in Peril: Humanity’s Four Greatest Challenges and How We Can Overcome Them, published by Cambridge University Press in 2022. This study focuses on the existential risks posed by climate change, nuclear weapons, pandemics (natural…
 
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners, or SANEs, are specially trained advocates and care providers for survivors of sexual violence in ERs and other clinical settings. In addition to providing medical care and counseling, they can collect forensic evidence at the critical moment following a sexual assault. Oregon SANE Savannah Powell talks to Lindsay Smi…
 
None of us really want to relive our first encounters with COVID-19 and the disruptions to our lives, to say nothing of the anxiety and concern about the life-threatening nature of this virus as it spread around the globe. At the same time, Shana Kushner Gadarian, Sara Wallace Goodman, and Thomas B. Pepinsky ask us to reflect on our experiences and…
 
Haiti is the target of an overwhelming number of internationally funded health projects. While religious institutions sponsor a number of these initiatives, many are implemented within the secular framework of global health. In Where They Need Me: Local Clinicians and the Workings of Global Health in Haiti (Cornell UP, 2022), Pierre Minn illustrate…
 
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! Join us by the fire as we chat about our experience applying to public health schools and some of the dos and don'ts of applications! Helpful Resources for applying to a public health program: https://sophas.org/ https://aspph.org/ -o- Twitter: EverythingisPH Instagram: Everything is Public Health Patreon: https://www.p…
 
Thanksgiving dinner can bring tension alongside turkey and this year may feel especially stressful given a highly polarizing political environment. Dr. Consuelo Amat, an expert in peace building at the SNF Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins, talks with Dr. Josh Sharfstein about some ground rules for peace-building and dialogue, and how to meaningfull…
 
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Jeff Button, a public health emergency preparedness specialist. They discuss Jeff’s career journey from working as a personal trainer to working in public health, what inspired him to pursue public health, and what public health emergency preparedness encompasses. You’ll Learn Jeff’s experience as a personal h…
 
During the midterms, Oregon voters passed Measure 114 which restricts magazine capacity for firearms and requires purchasers to obtain a permit which includes a background check and safety training. Cass Crifasi, co-director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions, talks with Lindsay Smith Rogers about why this measure is a lifesavin…
 
We will all be patients sooner or later. And when we go to the doctor, when we're hurting, we tend to think in terms of cause and condemnation. We often look for relief not only from physical symptoms but also from our self-blame. We want from our doctors kindness under any of its many names: empathy, caring, compassion, humanity. We look for safet…
 
Today’s episode features a very special announcement. After months of preparation and negotiation, Dr. Charlotte Hughes Huntley is thrilled to announce her upcoming book deal with Johns Hopkins University Press! Since the unprecedented onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, industry leaders have taken a renewed interest in understanding the public health …
 
Formal education isn’t the only way to take the next steps in your career and that’s why in this episode of the Public Health Insight Podcast, we share 3 certifications or credentials that you can pursue to either level up in the public health job market or to get your next promotion. Podcast Host ◼️ Leshawn Benedict, MPH, MSc, PMP® ◼️ Gordon Thane…
 
Today’s episode is all about the liver. Thelma Thiel, founder and chair of The Liver Health Initiative, talks with Dr. Josh Sharfstein about this “silent organ” that, among many roles, removes toxins from what you eat, breathe, and absorb through your skin. They also discuss Thiel’s efforts in advocacy and education—including her talking about the …
 
In Eating While Black: Food Shaming and Race in America (UNC Press, 2022), Psyche A. Williams-Forson offers her knowledge and experience to illuminate how anti-Black racism operates in the practice and culture of eating. She shows how mass media, nutrition science, economics, and public policy drive entrenched opinions among both Black and non-Blac…
 
Find out what self-trust is and what it is not, and the reason that so many of us don’t recognize when we’re struggling with trusting ourselves. I’m sharing some examples of what self-trust looks like, how a lack of it can show up in your life, and how to start trusting and believing in yourself so you can live an authentic life. Find the episode t…
 
**This episode contains discussion of difficult topics that may make some listeners uncomfortable, including gun violence and suicide.**Today, Anya welcomes pediatric emergency medicine physician Dr. Chuck Jennissen from the Stead Family Department of Pediatrics at the University of Iowa. They discuss the safe storage of firearms to prevent childho…
 
For the first time, a physician—Dr. Rahul Gupta—is directing the White House’s Office of National Drug Control Policy. Dr. Gupta talks with Dr. Josh Sharfstein about the national strategy to address addiction and overdose, emphasizing treatment and harm reduction, not criminalization.Kirjoittanut Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
 
In 1997, scientists at Brookhaven National Laboratory found a small leak of radioactive water near their research reactor. Brookhaven was--and is--a world-class, Nobel Prize-winning lab, and its reactor was the cornerstone of US materials science and one of the world's finest research facilities. The leak, harmless to health, came from a storage po…
 
Our hot takes and chats about diet fads and this never ending attempt to find the single "magic bullet" solution to all of our nutritional issues. Edit: Nutritionism is credited to Gyorgy Scrinis, not Michael Pollan. Yes we are aware that Michael Pollan is problematic. -o- Twitter: EverythingisPH Instagram: Everything is Public Health Patreon: http…
 
As Ebola cases grow in Uganda, state and island area health officials are preparing for the possibility of a case in the United States. While there are no U.S. cases currently, there was an outbreak of Ebola in Dallas in 2014 when Dr. David Lakey was Commissioner of the Texas Department of State Health Services. He joins this episode of Public Heal…
 
New CDC data shows that during the pandemic, gun-related homicides and suicides surged to record highs. Ari Davis, a researcher at the John Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions, talks with Stephanie Desmon about the spikes, some possible contributing factors, and effective public health solutions. ‌…
 
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Maudra Brown, the founder and CEO of MRB Public Health Consulting. They discuss Maudra’s various work experiences in public health, her transition from working in government to creating her own consulting firm, and how taking risks and believing in her passions has led to Maudra finding success in entrepreneur…
 
In the final episode of our series on climate change, Radha and Anya talk with Stratis Giannakorous, the Director of the University of Iowa Office of Sustainability and the Environment. They chat about his path to environmental work, local sustainability efforts at the University of Iowa, the importance of equity, and the importance of both individ…
 
Opossums in the wild don't make it to the age of three; our pet cats can live for a decade and a half; cicadas live for seventeen years (spending most of them underground). Whales, however, can live for two centuries and tubeworms for several millennia. Meanwhile, human life expectancy tops out around the mid-eighties, with some outliers living pas…
 
Ahead of the upcoming Public Health Consulting and Entrepreneurship Expo, Dr. Huntley is joined, for the very first time on the podcast, by two of her team members to talk about everything expo; what worked in the past, what didn’t, and what there is to look forward to! In this episode, we’re introduced to the podcast assistant, Laura, and program …
 
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