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Pour ce premier épisode de l'année 2023, je suis ravie d'accueillir Gaëlle Drewnowski, une jeune femme inspirante notamment pour sa persévérance et sa façon de toujours trouver une opportunité au coeur d'une difficulté ! Lors de notre conversation nous avons parlé de sa paralysie cérébrale et des conséquences sur son quotidien de petite fille puis d'adulte, de ses frères qui en sont aussi atteint, de sa longue hospitalisation et de son carnet de gratitude pour finir par quelques infos sur la thérapie intensive HABIT-ILE. Sans oublier son rôle de patiente experte notamment au sein du conseil scientifique de la fondation paralysie cérébrale. Un épisode un peu plus long que d'habitude mais riche de beaucoup d'enseignements. Mais je n'en dis pas plus, je vous laisse découvrir ma conversation avec Gaëlle Drewnowski. Les notes de l'épisode : Le site de la Fondation Paralysie Cérébrale : https://www.fondationparalysiecerebrale.org Film « Presque » avec Alexandre Jollien : https://www.allocine.fr/video/player_gen_cmedia=19589692&cfilm=284465.html Livre « Deux petits pas sur le sable mouillé » de Anne-Dauphine Julliand : https://livre.fnac.com/a5684039/Anne-Dauphine-Julliand-Deux-petits-pas-sur-le-sable-mouille Si vous souhaitez donner votre avis, poser une question ou me suggérer un invité vous pouvez me contacter sur le compte Instagram pepinpodcast : https://www.instagram.com/pepinpodcast/ ou par mail à email@example.com Musique originale composée par Not The King-Ice Tea : https://soundcloud.com/coreygagne
Chapitre 6 : Libérer l'esprit et le corps.Nous entrons dans le détail du processus thérapeutique et des étapes qui permettent progressivement à l'esprit et au corps de se libérer d'un passé traumatique. C'est alors que le beau détrône la laideur et qu'il nous laisse béat•es devant le spectacle de la vie qui reprend ses droits.•• SOUTENIR ••Méta de Choc est gratuit, indépendant et sans publicité. Vous pouvez vous aussi le soutenir en faisant un don ponctuel ou mensuel : https://metadechoc.fr/tree/•• RESSOURCES ••Toutes les références en lien avec cette émission sont sur le site Méta de Choc : https://metadechoc.fr/podcast/tdi-survivre-aux-violences-dans-lenfance/•• SUIVRE ••Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, PeerTube, YouTube.•• TIMECODES ••01:44 : Les étapes thérapeutiques : aller voir derrière les comorbidités, apprentissage de la métacognition, remontée des souvenirs traumatiques, reviviscences sensorielles, reviviscence des émotions, trouble anxieux généralisé, perte de notion du temps, déni des agressions, acceptation des différentes parties, être doux avec soi-même.13:45 : L'apprentissage de la liberté : le courage de se battre et de se soigner, fusionner le système, #metoo, la fin du silence, trouver des personnes de confiance, l'importance de l'entourage, réactions de la famille et des amis, sortie d'une dérive sectaire, parler ou tourner la page, déroulement d'un procès pour viol, plainte contre le gourou.26:25 : Le désendoctrinement par étape : dysfonctionnements en écoles Montessori, harcèlement au travail, problèmes d'encadrement, violence des enseignants, problèmes de sécurité et d'hygiène en écoles Montessori, écoles hors contrat, discours dogmatique, pédagogie très codifiée, Société théosophique, grandes histoires, démon Ahriman, écoles Steiner-Waldorf, contrôle de l'inspection académique, reconversion professionnelle, reprendre possession de son corps par le travail physique.39:58 : La vie aujourd'hui : meilleure cohésion des parties, moins de switchs, switchs moins intenses, faire évoluer le rôle des parties émotionnelles, distinguer traumatisme et réalité quotidienne, apprendre la nuance, intégration des différentes parties.44:27 : L'impact des viols sur la sexualité : réactivation de souvenirs traumatiques, accorder la confiance, sentiment d'obligation à avoir des relations sexuelles, se réapproprier son corps, ne pas laisser les violeurs gagner, différence entre orgasme et orgaste, excitation sexuelle non concordante, sentiment de culpabilité.51:33 : Hospitalisation en centre de psychotrauma : personnel soignant formé, phobies, collaboration des parties dissociatives entre elles, peur du jeu, peur de la vie collective, les ressources du patient.57:13 : Conseils à l'entourage des personnes TDI : être à l'écoute de l'autre, nommer ce qu'on pense et ce qu'on ressent, dépasser les idées préconçues, ne pas prendre une posture de sauveur, ne pas infantiliser.61:45 : La Minute stupide. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
Pomegranate Health is seeking fresh ears on the Podcast Editorial Group.Responsibilities of group members are to> discuss new podcast topics> suggest themes to explore and people to interview> listen to audio drafts and provide feedback before publicationGroup communication is done informally by email and there's a time commitment of approximately 90 minutes per month. Please download an application form and return it before February 2023 to firstname.lastname@example.org. ******Hospitalisation rates for cirrhosis are increasing in Australia in part associated with the high prevalence of obesity and subsequent non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. More concerning still is the frequency with which discharged patients are readmitted within 30 days. One systematic review put the average readmission rate at 26%, but the studies cited varied greatly in their inclusion and exclusion criteria and not much is known from Australia and Aotearoa-New Zealand. In the December edition of the Internal Medicine Journal researchers at the Austin Hospital Liver Transplant Unit in Melbourne reported a 46% readmission rate among their patients. This was based on a retrospective audit of medical records, which also suggested that a fifth of readmissions might have been preventable. Better adherence to practice guidelines when patients are first hospitalised for cirrhosis may reduce a significant burden on patients and the healthcare system. GuestsProfessor James O'Beirne FRCP FRACP (Director of Gastroenterology & Hepatology, Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service; University of the Sunshine Coast)Dr Karl Vaz FRACP (Victorian Liver Transplant Unit, Austin Hospital)Key ReferenceKarl Vaz et al. Rate of early hospital readmission amongst cirrhotic patients is high in Australia: experience from a single liver transplant centre Internal Medicine Journl 2021; 52(12)Free access to IMJ for members of the RACPPlease visit the Pomegranate Health web page for a transcript and supporting references. To claim learning credits login to MyCPD. Subscribe to new episode email alerts or search for ‘Pomegranate Health' in Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Castbox, or any podcasting app.
Bienvenue dans la Matrescence vous écoutez l'épisode 118 de la saison 5Passer par la dépression du postpartum concernerait aujourd'hui une mère sur 5. Mais combien passe au travers des mailles du filet médical, combien sont mal diagnostiquées, combien récidive lorsqu'elles deviennent mères pour la seconde fois?Autant de questions qui n'ont pas de réponses et qui peuvent mener à des chemins dramatiques pour la mère et son bébé.Madeleine a créé le compte postpartum_tamère après une première expérience du 4e trimestre très difficile avec son fils Félix.Elle est alors jeune mère et ne sait pas que ressentir cette anxiété et toutes ces difficultés est anormal.A l'arrivée de son 2e fils, Alban, Madeleine décompense. C'est-à-dire qu'elle fait une rechute. Mais cette fois, l'intensité est d'un autre niveau et quelques mois après son accouchement elle est admise en Unité Mère Enfant au Kremlin Bicêtre.Ces unités encore beaucoup trop peu répandues en France ont fait leur apparition dans les pays anglo-saxons dans les années 60.A cette époque, on comprend que séparer le nourrisson/bébé de sa mère lorsqu'elle éprouve des difficultés psychiques n'est pas la meilleure solution.Depuis ces lieux, pensés spécialement pour les maladies mentales liées au fait de devenir mère ont intégré le paysage français.Sauf que le manque est énorme, seuls 100 lits seraient disponibles en France, quand plus de 700 000 femmes donnent naissance chaque année…Ces lieux essentiels, sont des lieux ressources, pour permettre à la mère de se retrouver sans interrompre le processus du lien d'attachement avec son bébé.Merci infiniment Madeleine d'avoir témoigné de ton expérience dans ce lieu pensé pour les mères.C'était Madeleine Clays, créatrice du compte @postpartumtamereJe suis Clémentine Sarlat, vôtre hôte. Si vous avez aimé cet épisode n'hésitez pas à mettre 5 étoiles, vous abonner sur votre plateforme d'écoutes ou à le partager sur les réseaux sociaux @lamatrescenceLe podcast vient de reprendre après une longue pause bébé, si vous cherchez un thème particulier, allez sur le site www.lamatrescence.fr pour trouver votre bonheur et le mettre dans vos oreilles. Il y a déjà + de 115 épisodes.Cet épisode a été produit par Mini MinoisPrenez soin de vousA la semaine prochaine Vous pouvez consulter notre politique de confidentialité sur https://art19.com/privacy ainsi que la notice de confidentialité de la Californie sur https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Références -Calculatrice en ligne : http://www.parkinsonscalculator.com/ -Calculatrice en ligne : http://pdmedcalc.co.uk/calculator.php -Lignes directrices canadiennes : https://parkinsonguideclinique.ca/guideline/ -Article : Armstrong MJ, Okun MS. Diagnosis and treatment of Parkinson disease: a review. JAMA 2020; 323: 548-60. -Article : Rizek P et al. An update on the diagnosis and treatment of Parkinson disease. CMAJ 2016; 188: 1157-65. http://www.cmaj.ca/content/188/16/1157.full.pdf+html?sid=3206b284- a407-429e-90c1-ad2c55059cf3
Les Expertes de la Santé - Expertise des Femmes de Santé
Florence Herry est infirmière de formation. Elle a exercé à domicile, mais également à l'hôpital. Dans cet épisode, elle nous raconte comment elle a trouvé une solution innovante pour organiser en un temps record le retour des patients chez eux. Cela comprend le transport, la livraison de médicaments et du matériel nécessaire aux soins, la mise en relation avec des infirmiers à proximité, la prise de rendez-vous à l'hôpital, ou encore le fait de trouver comment garder les enfants pendant les vacances. Ce podcast qui met en lumière les expertes du collectif Femmes de Santé. Un vendredi sur deux dans vos oreilles. A travers chaque épisode, elles racontent le moment où leur expertise a été décisive. Le podcast donne la parole aux pharmaciennes, dentistes, infirmières, médecins, avocates, psychologues, DRH, entrepreneuses, directrices d'hôpital, et bien d'autres actrices de santé. Il est produit par MedShake Studio, studio de podcast spécialisé dans la santé, créé par Marguerite de Rodellec et Anca Petre. Le studio propose d'autres podcasts qui parlent de santé : Cheminements (Prix Paroles de Patients), Endométriose Mon Amour (Prix Happy Patient), mentors, En Attendant la Gynéco, Le Journal d'une infirmière, MICI & cie.
Lawyers Weekly Podcast Network
One decade ago (to the date of publication of this episode), Lawyers Weekly editor Jerome Doraisamy admitted himself to hospital, in light of his spiralling anxiety and depression, which verged on suicide ideation. Here, he reflects on that period of ill-health, his journey since, and lessons learned. Content warning: This episode contains content that may be disturbing or distressing to some listeners. Listener discretion is advised. On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, Herbert Smith Freehills senior associate Codie Asimus interviews Jerome Doraisamy about his mental breakdown 11 years ago, the 18-month bout of ill-health that followed (including hospitalisation), what he learned from his experiences with severe clinical anxiety and depression, and how he feels reflecting on that time of his life, one decade on. Codie and Jerome also discuss the current state of affairs for wellness in Australia's legal profession, the evolving role of team leaders post-pandemic and the increased need for individual responsibility in the new normal, and also flesh out some advice for lawyers across the board who may be suffering from psychological distress. Help is available via Lifeline on 13 11 14 and Beyond Blue at 1300 22 4636. Each law society and bar association also has further contacts available on their respective websites. If you like this episode, show your support by rating us or leaving a review on Apple Podcasts (The Lawyers Weekly Show) and by following Lawyers Weekly on social media: Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. If you have any questions about what you heard today, any topics of interest you have in mind, or if you'd like to lend your voice to the show, email email@example.com for more insights!
LET'S TALK ABOUR SUICIDE, SELF HARM & ALL THINGS HOSPILISATION WITH DANNI | TW: Suicide, Self-Harm, ED, Hospitalisation + related possible triggering topics. This week on the podcast, Ash (@ashleighxorose) & Indi (@fueledbyindi) have the sit down with Danni, a future social worker that we need and a woman who's fighting for more conversation about all things mental health. From explaining her experience with Borderline Personality Disorder to her hospilisation trips, this episode is one that gets *real*. If you need to take some breaks whilst listening we understand, but this episode is important as it explores what it's like for those with mental illness, as well as addiction, to heal whilst dealing with the world's harsh and unfair stigma placed on them that affects their life in more ways than you could imagine. If you need to talk to someone regarding any topics in this episode, please call Lifeline at 13 11 14. Texting is also available via Lifeline. Follow Danni on socials:Instagram: @actually_danniTikTok: @actually_danniFollow us on socials:HGT Instagram: @hotgirlstheoryHGT Twitter: /hotgirlstheoryHGT TikTok: @hgtpodcastAsh's Instagram: @ashleighxoroseIndi's Instagram: @fueledbyindiCheck out our brand new website HERE!Support the show:BUY US A COFFEE Donations from $5 (AUD) via this linkBECOME A PATRON Sign up from $3 (AUD) a monthRate us on Apple Podcasts & SpotifyArtwork by Kaila, @whinemum on InstagramMusic in this episode from Epidemic Sound:Blac Bamboo - GetawayGloria Tells - I Feel Good, UhGloria Tells - Maximum Profit (Instrumental Version)Guustavv - AshtraysOoyy - Paid MarketingPar Hagstrom - Doesn't Matter What Is RealSoara - Like The VibeSoleil - Karma (Instrumental Version)Vicki Vox - Bad For YouTheme Music:King Sis - My/Your PlaceChapters:0:19 - Danni's Intro 1:24 - Intro & Acknowledgement of Country2:05 - Life Updates4:40 - Plugs5:47 - Welcoming Danni7:48 - Danni's Mental Health Journey Starting At 515.40 - Danni's First Attempt23.00 - Danni's Experience with Hospilisations ... Is the Pysch Ward Punishment? + History of Hysteria35:50 - How Does It Feel To Be Labelled As Crazy? + Dealing With Family45.21 - Suicide/Self-Harm Is Not Attention-Seeking52:30 - Has Your Experience Been Shaped By Being Plus-Size? 57:50 - How The Stigma of Being An Addict Affects More Than We Realise1:04:00 - Body Acceptance, How OnlyFans Affected Body Image + Reframing How You View Your Body
The World Health Organisation says coronavirus cases have tripled across Europe recently, accounting for nearly half of all infections globally. Hospitalisation rates in the region have also doubled. Scientists say the new omicron varieties are to blame. Scientists are reacting to the sudden increase in new COVID-19 variants as it demonstrates a remarkable capacity to evade the protection provided by vaccination. - L-Organizzazzjoni Dinjija tas-Saħħa tgħid, li n-numru tal-każijiet tal-coronavirus ittrippla fl-Ewropa. In-numru ta' dawk li jiddaħħlu l-isptar irdoppja wkoll. Xjentisti jgħidu li l-varjanti ġodda tal-omicron huma l-kaġun ta' dawn il-każijiet jiżdiedu bit-tilqim ħafna drabi ma jkollux effett fuqhom.
SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia
The World Health Organisation says coronavirus cases have tripled across Europe recently, accounting for nearly half of all infections globally. Hospitalisation rates in the region have also doubled. - Organisasi Kesehatan Dunia mengatakan kasus virus corona telah meningkat tiga kali lipat di seluruh Eropa baru-baru ini, terhitung hampir setengah dari semua infeksi secara global.
The World Health Organisation says coronavirus cases have tripled across Europe recently, accounting for nearly half of all infections globally. Hospitalisation rates in the region have also doubled. Scientists say the new omicron varieties are to blame . - WHO、世界保健機関では、ヨーロッパ全土でのコロナウイルス感染ケースが最近、3倍になり、世界全体のほぼ半分を占めるようになったと言っています。この地域では入院率も２倍になりました。科学者たちは新たなオミクロン変異株のせいだと言っています。
SBS Russian - SBS на русском языке
The World Health Organisation says coronavirus cases have tripled across Europe recently, accounting for nearly half of all infections globally. Hospitalisation rates in the region have also doubled. Scientists say the new omicron varieties are to blame. - Всемирная организация здравоохранения сообщает, что количество случаев заболевания коронавирусом в Европе за последнее время утроилось, что составляет почти половину всех случаев заражения в мире. Уровень госпитализации при этом удвоился. Ученые говорят, что в этом виноваты новые разновидности варианта Омикрон.
The World Health Organisation says coronavirus cases have tripled across Europe recently, accounting for nearly half of all infections globally. Hospitalisation rates in the region have also doubled. Scientists say the new omicron varieties are to blame. - ਵਿਸ਼ਵ ਸਿਹਤ ਸੰਗਠਨ ਦਾ ਕਹਿਣਾ ਹੈ ਕਿ ਹਾਲ ਹੀ ਵਿੱਚ ਯੂਰਪ ਵਿੱਚ ਕਰੋਨਵਾਇਰਸ ਦੇ ਮਾਮਲਿਆਂ ਵਿੱਚ ਤਿੰਨ ਗੁਣਾ ਵਾਧਾ ਦੇਖਣ ਨੂੰ ਮਿਲਿਆ ਹੈ, ਜੋ ਕਿ ਵਿਸ਼ਵ ਪੱਧਰ 'ਤੇ ਹੋਣ ਵਾਲੀਆਂ ਸਾਰੀਆਂ ਲਾਗਾਂ ਦਾ ਲਗਭਗ ਅੱਧਾ ਹਿੱਸਾ ਹੈ। ਇਸ ਖੇਤਰ ਵਿੱਚ ਹਸਪਤਾਲ ਭਰਤੀਆਂ ਦੀ ਦਰ ਵੀ ਦੁੱਗਣੀ ਹੋ ਗਈ ਹੈ। ਵਿਗਿਆਨੀ ਨਵੀਂਆਂ ਓਮਈਕ੍ਰੋਨ ਕਿਸਮਾਂ ਨੂੰ ਇਸ ਲਈ ਜ਼ਿੰਮੇਵਾਰ ਠਹਿਰਾ ਰਹੇ ਹਨ।
RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan
A new study has found that when emergency services work together to attend mental health emergencies, the likelihood of the person in crisis ending up in hospital is reduced.
L'hospitalisation d'un proche est un évènement qui peut être bouleversant, peu importe la gravité du problème de santé. Le contexte d'urgence, le changement d'environnement et de routine ainsi que l'inquiétude liée à l'état des proches sont autant de facteurs qui rendent cette situation difficile. Dans certains contextes, rien n'est prévu par exemple en matière de restauration des malades, et toutes les prestations hors-soins reposent sur la famille. Dans certains cas, les mauvaises conditions d'accueil des proches des patients peuvent rendre cette épreuve encore plus pénible. Des associations et structures de soins s'impliquent pour améliorer la situation de ces « accompagnants ». Comment continuer à exercer son rôle d'aidant en milieu hospitalier ? Comment maintenir le lien avec la famille ? Comment améliorer l'accueil des proches du patient ? Alison Colliau, cadre de santé aux Urgences pédiatriques, à l'Hôpital Béclère, à Clamart Pierre Dornier, président de l'Association « Semons l'espoir » et de l'Association « Maison des Parents de Franche Comté », soutenue par l'opération Pièces jaunes (Fondation des Hôpitaux). Pr Amadou Gallo Diop, professeur de Neurologie et d'Epileptologie, neurobiologiste au CHU de Fann et à l'Université de Dakar au Sénégal. Témoignage d'une famille qui vit dans la première Maison des accompagnants à Dakar au Sénégal. Reportage d'Ophélie Lahccen à la Maison des Parents de l'Hôpital Trousseau à Paris.
SBS Sinhala - SBS සිංහල වැඩසටහන
Listen to the latest news from Australia, Sri Lanka, across the globe, and the latest news from the sports world on SBS Sinhala radio news bulletin – Thursday 01 July 2022 - සවන්දෙන්න 2022 ජූලි 01 වන සිකුරාදා SBS සිංහල ගුවන්විදුලියේ ප්රවෘත්ති ප්රකාශයට...
The James McMahon Music Podcast
Bloody hell, we're 50 episodes old. Which is quite amazing to me actually, so do allow me a moment or two to bask in the glory of the achievement. So much has gone on since this podcast began eleven months or so ago. A global pandemic. Several mental health meltdowns. Hospitalisation. And tonnes and tonnes of great conversations with musicians and bands. It's been a blast and this podcast has mattered, and does matter, enormously to me. Charge your glasses ladies and gentlemen, and all that exist in-between. Here's to another 50, at least.This milestone episode features a conversation with one Jay Buchanan, the voice of Rival Sons and a lovely, deep, soulful dude to boot. In case you don't know, Rival Sons are back in the UK any day now, to celebrate a decade of their 2011 album Pressure & Time, and so much of this conversation concerns Jay's memory of the making of said record. We talk about the band signing to Earache Records – an alarming decision at the time, and yet one which makes a lot more sense with hindsight. Touring with Judas Priest. The art of Storm Thorgerson. And then, out of nowhere, Jay lays down some cosmic truths, which is very much the sort of thing I'm into. Apologies for the excessive whittering about the ongoing drama about who did or who didn't eat curry and drink beer during the UK's 2020 lockdown. The conversation takes a while to hit it's stride. But we get there, so hang on in.While I'm here, I just wanted to say thank you to all of you, from the bottom of my heart, for tuning into this podcast. For rating, reviewing and subscribing. For telling your friends about it. To the PRs for arranging access to everyone I've spoken to on the podcast. And to the musicians themselves for speaking to me. As of next month, I've been a music journalist for 20 years – I've done a lot, written for all sorts of places, been all over the world, interviewed so many people I could have only dreamt of as a music obsessed teenager. And yet this podcast, as much as anything, is one of the things I've done that I'm most proud of.As I've said before, I'm gonna take a wee break from the podcast before I come back for the next shift. Once again, thank you. And do enjoy my interview with Rival Sons.The James McMahon Music Podcast is a Spoook Media production. Spoook is also a record label, a promoter, a shop, a Substack - it's many things. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter. And please do Like, Review and Subscribe - it actually really helps people find our podcasts!
RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast
It may not have featured much during the election campaign, but COVID-19 will pose an ongoing challenge for the incoming Labor government. Deaths have been slowly increasing in recent months with the likely rise of new variants making it hard to plan for the coming winter.
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MONEY FM 89.3 - Your Money With Michelle Martin
Just recently, HL Assurance announced the launch of Hospital Protect 360, a hospital income protection policy that is designed to bolster the unexpected financial expenses incurred in the event of unforeseen accidents or illnesses that is triggered even if you are hospitalized abroad for Covid. Michelle Martin learns more about it with Kelvin Lim, CEO, HL Assurance. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sepsis refers to a dysregulated response to infection-causing end-organ dysfunction. It is associated with short-term risks such as shock and in-hospital death. Meanwhile, long-term consequences among sepsis survivors can include clinical deconditioning, recurrent sepsis, mental health issues, and increased risk of long-term mortality. Moreover, recent investigations have demonstrated a possible association of sepsis with subsequent cardiovascular adverse events, including myocardial infarction, stroke, and congestive heart failure. A large, population-based matched cohort study of adult patients without pre-existing cardiovascular disease has been performed to estimate the association between surviving a first sepsis hospitalisation and subsequent major cardiovascular events during long-term follow-up. Dr Angriman explains the findings of this recent study. Original paper: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35142896/ (Sepsis hospitalization and risk of subsequent cardiovascular events in adults: a population-based matched cohort study) Speakers: Federico ANGRIMAN. Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Toronto, ON (CA); Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON (CA). Mehmet YILDIRIM. Health Science University, Diskapi Training and Research Hospital, Ankara (TR). ESICM NEXT member.
Early Edition with Kate Hawkesby
The Government's review of our Covid mandates is being described as a political tactic.Cabinet meets today to discuss whether the current rules should be eased over the coming weeks.Mandates, vaccine passes and the traffic light framework are all expected to be on the agenda.Buddle Findlay Employment and Health Lawyer Sheridan Cook told Kate Hawkesby the timing is questionable, given our hospitalisation rate is still so high.“I think it's a response to the recent New Zealand Defence Force and Police High Court decision. When that decision came out which overturned mandates, my view is that the Government either needed to appeal that decision or it needed to abolish the other mandates.”LISTEN ABOVE
More or Less: Behind the Stats
Covid vaccines will be offered to all children across the UK between the ages of 5 and 12 - some months after the same decision in countries such as Italy and Germany. It is a topic that has caused a fair amount of controversy and with controversy often comes suspicious statistical claims. We look at the data behind child hospitalisations and deaths due to Covid19.
L'hospitalisation d'un proche est un évènement qui peut être bouleversant, peu importe la gravité du problème de santé. Le contexte d'urgence, le changement d'environnement et de routine ainsi que l'inquiétude liée à l'état des proches sont autant de facteurs qui rendent cette situation difficile. Dans certains contextes, rien n'est prévu par exemple en matière de restauration des malades, et toutes les prestations hors-soins reposent sur la famille. Dans certains cas, les mauvaises conditions d'accueil des proches des patients peuvent rendre cette épreuve encore plus pénible. Des associations et structures de soins s'impliquent pour améliorer la situation de ces « accompagnants ». Comment continuer à exercer son rôle d'aidant en milieu hospitalier ? Comment maintenir le lien avec la famille ? Comment améliorer l'accueil des proches du patient ? Alison Colliau, cadre de santé aux Urgences pédiatriques, à l'Hôpital Béclère, à Clamart Pierre Dornier, président de l'association « Semons l'espoir » et de l'association « Maison des Parents de Franche Comté », soutenue par l'opération Pièces jaunes (Fondation des Hôpitaux). Pr Amadou Gallo Diop, professeur de Neurologie et d'Epileptologie, neurobiologiste au CHU de Fann et à l'Université de Dakar au Sénégal Témoignage d'une famille qui vit dans la première Maison des accompagnants à Dakar au Sénégal. Reportage d'Ophélie Lahccen à la Maison des Parents de l'Hôpital Trousseau à Paris. Pierre Dornier, président de l'association « Semons l'espoir » et de l'association « Maison des Parents de Franche Comté »
C'est pas tous les jours dimanche
Le variant Omicron domine désormais les contaminations en Belgique. Plus contagieux, mais moins mortel, est-il une bonne nouvelle qui laisse présager la fin prochaine de la pandémie? Le vaccin est-il toujours aussi efficace?
THE THESIS: We can see who is NOT running things and who IS running them by the words of the figurehead vs the actions of the people who allegedly work for him. THE SCRIPTURE: Daniel 11:32-34 32 The king will use deceit to win followers from those who are unfaithful to God, but those who remain faithful will do everything possible to oppose him. 33 Wise leaders will instruct many of the people. But for a while, some of these leaders will either be killed with swords or burned alive, or else robbed of their possessions and thrown into prison. 34 They will receive only a little help in their time of trouble, and many of their followers will be treacherous. THE NEWS: Figurehead's Chief of Stuff, Ron Klain, had some interesting things to say about federal power [AUDIO] - Figurehead: “No federal solution . . . “ Figurehead as candidate [AUDIO] - Rand Paul on the Fauxch's bias toward so called “vaccines …” So … WHY is the FDA still picking winners and losers right along with the rest of The Party? WAPO will run this, from an academic, but the did the Propaganda of Silence against Kulldorff, Great Barrington, Frontline Docs, Zrenco, Malone, et al . . . → American Association of Physicians and Surgeons: “Molnupiravir's low efficacy may come as no surprise, because drugs that only mutate a viral genome have never been tested before in people." On Thursday, the Food and Drug Administration made what may be the most momentous drug-approval decision in its history: It granted emergency-use authorization for Merck's molnupiravir to treat covid-19. This approval is significant not because molnupiravir is an especially good drug, but because it is a rather ineffective and dangerous one. In particular, molnupiravir might create new variants of SARS-CoV-2 that evade immunity and prolong the pandemic. The problem with molnupiravir lies in its mechanism of action. Unlike any previous antiviral drug, molnupiravir does only one thing: It introduces mutations into the viral genome. We are already familiar with the fact that viruses naturally mutate to evade immunity; the many mutations of the spike protein in omicron, for example, allow it to evade the antibodies created by prior infections or vaccines. Molnupiravir relies on inducing even more mutations so that eventually the virus's proteins are damaged beyond function. That molnupiravir can mutate SARS-CoV-2 to death has been demonstrated in the controlled conditions of a petri dish and lab animal cages, leading Merck to test it in covid-19 patients in clinical trials. Michael Z. Lin is a medical doctor and an associate professor of bioengineering and neurobiology at Stanford University. He conducts research on RNA viruses, including the development of antiviral drugs for covid-19. New study from Israel: "A total of 247, 65 and 32 children were hospitalised with influenza, COVID-19 and measles respectively. Complication rates were higher following measles than after influenza and SARS-CoV-2 infections.” . . . Hospitalisation rates and direct medical burdens of measles and influenza were significantly higher than those of COVID-19 infection in children." - ACTA PEDIACTRICA THE MONOLOGUE: QUESTIONS FOR THE PEOPLE WHO RUN JOE BIDEN … ARE YOU GOING TO CALL OFF YOUR PHARMAGANDISTS, NOW? Joy Reid guest, cigarette Doctor Gupta, says unvaccinated patients should be moved to the back of the line for medical care Here's what Gupta said BEFORE he started getting paid HUGE money to say the opposite … was THAT why he changed the words that leave his mouth? https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=tbidNLumfJQ&feature=share&fbclid=IwAR1rqiw-bptN7h40e80nNt5eXlWT7iaKwAmv0c_74t0QIWiH19BpA1BiQxo See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this latest SBS Hindi news bulletin: Record online spending expected for Boxing Day Sales as some people opt to avoid potential super spreader gatherings; Queensland Health says three-quarters of COVID-19 patients in Queensland in the last two weeks have been under the age of 35 and more.
Pfizer hopes for people to take the COVID-19 pill at home before they get sick enough to go to the hospital when the new treatment pill is available.
Two doses of Pfizer-BioNTech's Covid-19 vaccine appear to provide 70 percent protection against hospitalisation from the Omicron coronavirus variant , according to an extensive real-world study in South Africa. The analysis released on Tuesday by South Africa's largest private health insurance administrator, Discovery Health, was based on more than 211,000 positive Covid-19 test results of adults from November 15 to December 7, about 78,000 of which were attributed to Omicron. The 78,000 results are not confirmed Omicron cases, meaning the study is not able to draw conclusive findings about the new strain, which the World Health Organization (WHO) has labelled a “variant of concern”. The discovery of Omicron was first announced in November by scientists in South Africa, and the country is the first to experience a surge in Covid-19 driven by the Omicron variant. BREAKING [Thread]: 1. SA's first real-world data on #Pfizer 's #Covid19 jab's protection @ #Omicron infection + hospitalisation via @Discovery_SA + @MRCza Note: This is data from the 1st 3 weeks of the outbreak, so it might change – regard it as preliminary real-world data Mia Malan (@miamalan) December 14, 2021 South African scientists have so far confirmed about 550 Omicron sequences, with the variant accounting for 78 percent of sequences from November, a higher share than the previously dominant Delta variant. The discovery of a new strain of the coronavirus last month triggered alarm that it could cause another surge in global infections, and led many countries to impose travel restrictions on the southern Africa region. South Africa's daily infections have since risen to almost 20,000 in recent days. Based on analysis by Discovery's clinical research and actuarial teams, and in collaboration with South Africa's Medical Research Council (SAMRC), the real-world study calculated that two doses of Pfizer-BioNTech offered 70 percent protection against hospitalisation during the recent surge in cases and 33 percent protection against infection. The level of protection is high considering that the WHO renders a Covid vaccine effective if it provides 50 percent protection . The study cites data gathered from the first three weeks of South Africa's Omicron-driven wave and may change as time passes. The researchers emphasised that its findings are preliminary and not peer-reviewed. South Africa is using the Pfizer-BioNTech and Johnson & Johnson vaccines in its Covid-19 immunisation campaign, with more than 20 million Pfizer doses administered so far. It concluded that there was a higher risk of reinfection during the fourth wave than during previous waves and that the risk of hospitalisation among adults diagnosed with Covid-19 was 29 percent lower than during the country's first wave early last year. Children appeared to have a 20 percent higher risk of hospital admission with complications during the fourth wave than during the first, despite a very low absolute incidence, it said. Discovery cautioned that the study's findings should be considered preliminary. Glenda Gray, SAMRC president, said it was important that the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine appeared to be offering good protection against severe disease and hospitalisation.
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Rémi, est le papa de 3 enfants, Anton, 9 ans, Alma, 7 ans et Vadim, 2 ans ½. Son fils aîné Anton est atteint d'une maladie génétique rare, le syndrome de Pierre Robin, et de troubles autistiques. Il a dû être hospitalisé à plusieurs reprises et pour dédramatiser ces longs séjours à l'hôpital il a inventé avec lui des histoires fantastiques qu'il publie aujourd'hui dans une saga en quatre volumes : « Corba », aux éditions Les Arènes. Françoise Robert-Houdayer, psychologue clinicienne dans le service de génétique du centre de référence des anomalies du développement des Hospices Civils de Lyon, répond aux questions des internautes.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura has warned that if more people don't have themselves vaccinated voluntarily, mandatory orders could be implemented. Speaking during an update on the province's Covid-19 situation, the premier lamented the low vaccination turnout. So far, more than seven-million people in Gauteng are vaccinated. There are 755 210 people who have still not shown up for their second Pfizer jabs. The West Rand has the highest vaccination rate at 45%. This week, the province vaccinated an average of 500 000 people a day, Makhura said. He said the low vaccination levels were worrying, especially because the province is recording the highest number of new daily Covid-19 cases as the country moves towards a fourth wave of infections. "The best thing is to persuade people first and foremost to take responsibility for their health, and that is what we are doing. We are seeing that more people are coming out. We want to persuade more people to come voluntarily. [With] mandatory vaccination, you only go there when you see that the risk is still very high for everybody. "Here in Gauteng, we still have eight-million people who are not vaccinated. If we end up with more people not vaccinated, mandatory vaccination might be the only option we have for the sake of all of us." On Sunday, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that he had set up a team to look into whether mandatory vaccination is a viable option. Makhura said it was important to vaccinate as many people as possible before the festive season. "Our province is at the cusp of the fourth wave. With the new variant, we are the principal focus. We need to catch people here in Gauteng and get them vaccinated. We don't want people to be carrying this variant to other provinces, especially those who are not vaccinated. The only way to beat the fourth wave is that we now have more vaccines than we have ever had before." Omicron The chairperson of the Gauteng premier's advisory committee, Dr Mary Kawonga, announced that the Omicron variant of the virus that causes Covid-19 was the dominant variant in the province. "A lot of work is going on to determine the severity of Omicron. Currently there is no evidence that the SARS-CoV-2 vaccines we use against the disease will not work against Omicron." Technically, the province is not in a new wave, but residents need to behave like they are in one, according to Kawonga. Kawonga added that early hospitalisation data indicated that people under 40 were making bigger contributions to hospitalisation figures. Hospitalisation rates were lower in the over-60s cohort. This, Kawonga and her team said, might be because of lower vaccination rates among people in younger age groups. On Wednesday, the province recorded 6 168 new daily cases. This was higher than the number of recorded cases during the peaks of the second and third waves. Professor Bruce Mellado said: "We are experiencing levels of acceleration we have not seen in the past." He added that a peak was expected in the second week of December. "The peak of the resurgence is not the end of the resurgence. We are still going to see community transmission into January. We are going to have very large numbers still in January." Makhura said that despite the worrying increase in case numbers, the province was prepared. "We are getting ready for the worst but there is no need to panic. We are not panicking but we are deeply worried about those who are not coming forward for their jabs. We are worried about the rapid rise . and we want to prepare for the worst. We have learnt."
Early Edition with Kate Hawkesby
Aucklanders have a path towards freedom and being reunited with the rest of the country. The region will move to Step Two restrictions at midnight, and is set to move to the red level of the traffic light system at the end of the month. It come as a Covid case is reported on Waiheke Island, and Mount Albert Grammar School returns to online classes due to another student testing positive. College of GPs Medical Director Bryan Betty told Kate Hawkesby the Government is trying to chart a middle ground. “The situation in Auckland has obviously reached a point where there has to be an end to this, we have to move on and through it but, it really does put an emphasis on really keeping the vaccination program going.” He says getting vaccination rates higher and hospitalisation rates lower remains the priority in Auckland. LISTEN ABOVE
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With Australia racing towards the 80 per cent vaccination target, a fresh fight has broken out between the states and territories and the Commonwealth, this time over hospital funding. The states and territories wrote to the Federal Government asking it to agree to a 50-50 split for hospital funding but the Health Minister Greg Hunt has rejected those requests.
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In a major step towards controlling COVID-19, the American drug company Merck has developed an antiviral pill found to be effective against the virus. Clinical trials show the pill halved the risk of hospitalisation or death when given to high-risk people early in their infections.
This is an experimental drug, but the clinical trials were positive and suggest that it reduces the risk of hospitalisation by 50%. The pill: “Molnupiravir”.
Emergency authorisation of molnupiravir is now being sought, though US chief medical adviser Dr Anthony Fauci urges caution. Also: ex-president Saakashvili held on return to Georgia, and how do you capture an alligator using a wheelie bin?
Bonjour à tous et toutes, On est très heureux de continuer cette troisième saison avec Rémi, membre de la Maison Perchée, une association qui souhaite dé-stigmatiser les maladies psychiques, accompagner les jeunes adultes atteint.es par un trouble psychique et expérimenter de nouvelles approches sur la santé. Dans cet épisode, Rémi nous parle de sa bipolarité, des électrochocs qu'il a reçu et de l'importance des proches dans un parcours psychique. Un nouvel épisode sort un dimanche sur deux à 17h35 (sauf quand on est mal organisé mais normalement là ça va). Nous contacter : firstname.lastname@example.org www.instagram.com/lesgardefous/ www.facebook.com/lesgardesfous/
Entrevue avec V.P aux Affaires publiques et gouvernementales pour l'Association Restauration Québec, François Meunier : La pandémie et la pénurie de personnel ont entraîné la fermeture de 175 restos dans la région de Québec depuis 18 mois. Chronique culturelle avec Élise Jetté : la programmation du Festival de Jazz. Chronique de Patrick Déry, analyste en politiques publiques : bilan COVID. Hospitalisation et chirurgie. Qu'est-il arrivé à l'app de contacts. Une bonne nouvelle! Entrevue avec Sylvain Gaudreault, Député de Jonquière pour le Parti québécois et auteur du livre « Pragmatique: Quand le climat dicte l'action politique» : Sylvain Gaudreault présente son nouveau livre « Pragmatique: Quand le climat dicte l'action politique». Chronique de Geneviève Pettersen, animatrice à QUB radio de 13h à 15h30 : on revient sur la fillette de Granby. Chronique de Loïc Tassé, politologue et chroniqueur au Journal de Montréal : Le passeport vaccinal. La Corée du Nord teste un missile croisière. Le gouvernement chinois demande aux universités en Chine d'enquêter sur l'orientation sexuelle des étudiants. Les actualités avec Alex Dubé: Bilan covid du jour + tests rapides dans les écoles. Le délestage a fait mal au système de santé. Dernière journée pour voter par anticipation. Les armes, toujours au cœur des enjeux, 15 ans après Dawson. Mort de la petite fille martyre de Granby: début du procès de la marâtre. La Rencontre Dutrizac-Martineau avec Richard Martineau : les armes à feu. La place des anti-vaccins. Le respect des Québécois. Chronique sports avec Mathieu Boulay, journaliste sportif pour le Journal de Montréal et de Québec : les finales du US Open. Blue Jackets: Sylvain Lefebvre refuse le vaccin et perd son emploi. Accident incroyable de Lewis Hamilton. La rencontre Robitaille-Foisy, avec Antoine Robitaille et Philippe-Vincent Foisy : Revenant sur les récentes allégations concernant les ministres Diane Lebouthillier et David Lametti, le chef bloquiste a suggéré la création d'un comité transpartisan pour favoriser la transparence et la neutralité de la nomination des juges. Les impacts de la déclaration de Legault. La montée de Maxime Bernier. Les tests rapides. La rentrée parlementaire. Entrevue avec Me Valérie Assouline, Avocate de la maman de la fillette martyre de Granby : Les procédures judiciaires sont commencées dans le dossier de la fillette martyre de Granby. Une production QUB radio Septembre 2021 Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr
Chronique de Patrick Déry, analyste en politiques publiques : bilan COVID. Hospitalisation et chirurgie. Qu'est-il arrivé à l'app de contacts. Une bonne nouvelle! Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr
Hello and welcome to the Alcohol Alert, brought to you by The Institute of Alcohol Studies. In the May 2021 edition:The Office for National Statistics released a report that shows there was a 20% increase in alcohol-specific deaths from 2019 to 2020 🎵 Podcast feature 🎵A research study has shown that alcohol adverts are appealing to adolescents and that this is likely to increase their susceptibility to drinkA study by University College London shows that young people who use social media more, also consume alcohol more The Government has announced that it will be holding a consultation on mandatory alcohol labellingThe House of Lords debated the Commission on Alcohol Harm’s 2020 reportThe World Health Organisation has published a new report assessing changes to alcohol consumption between 2010 and 2019The Institute of Alcohol Studies looks at the financial and social impact of the Treasuries decision to once again freeze alcohol duties this yearAnd The Republic of Ireland is set to introduce minimum unit pricing on alcohol. We hope you enjoy our roundup of stories below: please feel free to share. Thank you.20% more deaths directly caused by alcohol in 2020In 2020, England and Wales saw the highest number of alcohol-specific deaths since the Office for National Statistics (ONS) began comparing data in 2001. The ONS report, released earlier this month, shows 7,423 deaths were wholly attributable to alcohol last year. This is a 20% increase from 2019 and the highest annual total ever recorded by the ONS. The following graph clearly shows this increase since 2001.Professor Sir Ian Gilmore, Chair of the Alcohol Health Alliance, told us that “These are the first statistics to really stop me in my tracks in 20 or 30 years; it’s startling and shocking. These data are a warning that the Government would ignore at their peril.” Although the report caveats that it will be some time before we understand the reasons behind these numbers, it does link to Public Health England data that show drinking patterns have changed since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. Colin Angus, research fellow at the Sheffield Alcohol Research Group, recently published a blog on the IAS website in which he mentions these changing patterns. He states that there has been a shift “away from beer and towards wine and particularly spirits” and that it is likely alcohol sales in supermarkets increased significantly. Although it will be a while before we see the health impacts of these changing patterns, concerns have been raised by health groups about the long-term health impacts of increased heavy drinking during lockdown.An important finding in the ONS report is that men living in the most deprived areas were 4.2 times more likely to die from alcohol-specific issues compared to those living in the least deprived areas. The same trend is seen for women, who are 3 times more likely to die in the most deprived areas. The following graph shows this dichotomy (IMD means Indices of Multiple Deprivation):Dr Sadie Boniface, Head of Research at the Institute of Alcohol Studies, said “We need to better understand the cause of these deaths by looking at the electronic health records of those who have died. We also need to involve people with lived experience, to understand the what the experience has been of getting appointments and accessing treatment services during the Covid-19 pandemic.” Alcohol adverts are appealing to adolescents and likely increase susceptibility to drinkA study led by IAS’ Head of Research, Dr Sadie Boniface, and collaborating author’s, has found that adolescents aged 11-17 generally find alcohol adverts appealing and subsequently are more likely to drink.The study is very timely, as it follows a recent piece of research that found that 80% of 11-19 year olds recalled seeing at least one alcohol advert in the past month. Other studies have demonstrated a clear link between under-age people seeing alcohol adverts and increasing their drinking. A report of 277,000 adolescents has shown more restrictive marketing policies were associated with a lower chance of lifetime drinking among adolescents. The research by Boniface et al builds upon this previous research and assesses the relationship between reactions to alcohol adverts and susceptibility to alcohol among adolescents. The study used three alcohol adverts that were not in breach of any marketing codes: a Fosters, Smirnoff and Haig Club advert. It was found that 53% of the 2,582 participants had a positive reaction to the Fosters advert, 52% to Smirnoff, and 34% to Haig Club. Susceptibility to drinking alcohol among those who had never drunk before, but had had a positive reaction to the adverts, increased by 50%. And among the 909 who had consumed alcohol before and had a positive reaction, there was a 40% increase in susceptibility of becoming a higher risk drinker. Other interesting findings were:Fosters was more popular with men and Smirnoff with women Those of White British ethnicity preferred the Fosters advert whereas other ethnic groups preferred Haig Club’sThe authors of the study highlight their concern about the UK’s complaints-led self-regulation of alcohol marketing, as marketing should not particularly appeal to adolescents. They suggest considering tighter restrictions or bans on certain types of media and marketing, such as product placement and alibi marketing. If not bans, then tighter controls on messaging in alcohol adverts could help limit exposure and appeal; an approach comparable to the loi Évin regulations in France. Does using social media lead to young people drinking more? Young people who use social media more, also consume alcohol more frequently.A study by University College London (UCL) between 2011 and 2016 looked at the social media presence of 6,700 young people aged 10-19 and compared the findings with how often they drank alcohol. Alcohol consumption among young people has decreased globally in recent years. There is still poor understanding as to why it has decreased. Factors such as better legal enforcement, lower affordability, and the rise of new technologies, almost certainly play a part (see 2016 IAS report). With this rise in new technologies and the widespread use of social media platforms, the public sphere and social space amongst young people has somewhat changed. Fewer young people are engaging in activities that are intrinsically linked to alcohol consumption, such as going to nightclubs. Few studies have looked at how social media, and the changing use of social media over time, is related to drinking patterns and changing drinking patterns. UCL’s study is the first in the UK to show a strong correlation between heavier social media use and more frequent alcohol consumption, and that this relationship exists across time. The study found that 18% of 10-15 year olds drank ‘at least monthly’ and that this group used social media more, had more friends and were generally older. Similarly, among young people aged 16-19, those who used social media for less than an hour were less likely to be drinking each month. This age group was also more likely to binge drink three or more times a month if spending more time on social media. Binge drinking was categorised as drinking five or more drinks in one sitting.The researchers concluded that the study was consistent with other studies that show greater use of technology is linked to heavier drinking. Having said that, they do not rule out that the relationship could work the other way: that heavier drinking leads to more frequent use of social media. Professor Yvonne Kelly, who co-authored the study, said “The reasons why time spent online could link to drinking behaviours are not clear but could include having negative experiences in online spaces, as well as exposure to advertising.” They also highlighted that social media may be part of a cultural norm of drinking, for instance posting photos of people drinking. Further, those who use social media may be more sociable already and therefore more likely to be in situations where alcohol is consumed more. Government to hold consultation on alcohol calorie labellingAfter details of an upcoming Government consultation on alcohol labelling were leaked to the media, Dan Carden MP held an adjournment debate on the topic. The proposed consultation was condemned by many representatives of the alcohol industry and in some media outlets. Emma McClarkin, Chief Executive of the British Beer & Pub Association described the proposal as “ludicrous” at a time when pubs are trying to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic. Following suit, Adam Kilcoyne, deputy director of the neoliberal lobbying group the Adam Smith Institute, said “Ministers thinking up this madness should stop and drop the policy.”The Government responded to these comments by saying that “no decisions have yet been taken”. As Dan Carden pointed out in his debate, recent polling on the subject has found that the public are in favour of such labelling, with 74% of people wanting ingredients on labels and 62% wanting nutritional information, such as calories. Jo Churchill – The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Health and Social Care – responded to Mr Carden by saying that the Government believes that “people have the right to accurate information and clear advice about alcohol and the health risks that may be associated with it, to enable them to make informed choices about their drinking and what they consume.” To show its support for considering alcohol labelling policy, the Alcohol Health Alliance UK sent a letter to Health Secretary Matt Hancock echoing Mr Carden’s sentiment: that the public is generally unaware of the calorie content in alcohol, that the public support the inclusion of such information, and that more information should also be included – such as the UK Chief Medical Officers’ low risk drinking guidelines. The letter has 93 signatories, including 13 Members of Parliament and 10 members of the House of Lords. So what next? The consultation will be launched “very shortly” with Jo Churchill stating that it is important that steps are taken in a measured way to create benefit for the most people. Commission on Alcohol Harm report: Lords DebateFollowing the Commission’s September 2020 report ‘It’s Everywhere’ Alcohol’s Public Face and Private Harm, a debate was held in the House of Lords on 22 April 2021 to discuss the findings.The report highlighted the harm that alcohol causes in the UK, including that:80 people die each day in the UK because of alcohol-related causes Almost 40% of violent crime is committed under the influence of alcohol200,000 children live with alcohol-dependent parentsBaroness Finlay of Llandaff, the Commission’s chair, introduced the debate by highlighting the report’s findings and recommendations, including: calling for an alcohol strategy with evidence-based policies, minimum unit pricing (MUP) in England, a review on licensing, and more informative labelling.Many of the present Lords supported the report’s points. Baroness Randerson referenced the success that Scotland has had with MUP and that this should be considered in England too. Lord Brooke of Alverthorpe asked whether emerging technologies could be used to help people better understand product calories – and how alcohol labelling should be included with this. Lord Bishop of Carlisle highlighted the link between domestic violence and alcohol and that the Government must rethink its strategy. Baroness Fox of Buckley was less supportive of the report. She stated that she is concerned with the direction of the report, as she believes it exaggerates health harms and links alcohol and drinking with “reprehensible behaviours such as domestic abuse, family neglect, crime and child suicide”. Fox went on to say that MUP is illiberal and treats everyone as a potential problem drinker.In response to the discussion, Lord Bethell of Romford, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department of Health and Social Care:Commended the Commission on its excellent reportShared his personal experience: that his mother died from alcoholism when he was very youngStated that:The Government is committed to publishing a UK-wide addiction strategy to consider alcohol, drug and gambling problems People have the right to accurate information on drinks, and that a consultation will be launched this summer to consider alcohol labellingThere is no plan to implement MUP but the Government will monitor evidence from Scotland and WalesWorld Health Organization: new report assesses changes in alcohol consumption 2010-2019 The World Health Organization (WHO) European office has published a report on how countries have implemented their SAFER policy recommendations, showing that Eastern Europe and Central Asia have done better in reducing alcohol consumption compared to Western Europe. The study finds that:34 out of 51 countries saw a decrease in alcohol consumption. 17 saw an increaseOverall there has been a reduction in consumption from 11.2 litres per capita in 2010 to 9.8 litres in 2016Eastern European and central Asian countries saw the most significant reductions due to introducing stricter control policiesEU member states only saw an average reduction of 1.5%, which is not statistically significant enough to be considered a real reduction Dr Carina Ferreira-Borges, who has been leading the research, praised the actions of Member States that have followed WHO’s recommendations and implemented alcohol policies. She highlighted Eastern Europe and central Asia’s decreases in alcohol consumption, saying that “These countries currently lead by example in implementing alcohol policies, but they need to maintain and increase their efforts, and other countries of the Region need to follow their lead.”The graph below shows the change in implementation of the five SAFER areas between 2016 and 2019 in the European Region, with the numbers representing the percentage of countries deemed to have implemented the areas sufficiently. It highlights the lack of progress made in Europe and that only drink-driving measures were successfully implemented. However this was already being done before the report and saw no improvement. The report represents a milestone in assessing alcohol control policies across the region. Moving forward it will provide a barometer with which to assess how these policies are being implemented and the effectiveness of them. IAS Analysis: What does the March budget mean for alcohol duties?Alcohol duties were once again frozen this year, the eighth year out of the last nine that the Government has done so. In this briefing, IAS assesses the impact that the freeze will continue to have on healthcare and the UK’s finances, and what the Government needs to consider. What this means for healthcare?Hospitalisation, deaths, and crime will increaseFreezing of duties between 2012 and 2019 led to:2,223 additional deaths in England and Scotland£341million in additional cost to the NHSAlmost 66,000 additional hospital admissionsWhat this means financially?Government figures (figure 1 below) show that freezing duties will cost the UK £1.7billion from 2020-2026 This amount of money could cover all diagnostic imaging equipment for 2 years or fund 40,000 nurses for a year£14billion lost since 2010: If the Government had stuck to the ‘alcohol duties escalator’ (that kept duties 2% above inflation each year) there would be an additional £14billion in additional revenue since 2010 What should the Government do? In response to the Government’s call for evidence in a review of what it admits is a “highly inconsistent” tax system, IAS recommendsthat:Stronger drinks should be taxed more than weaker ones, instead of taxing by drink typeOn-trade alcohol sellers (bars and restaurants) should have a lower level of duty to off-trade sellers (supermarkets) Duties should be automatically updated based on new evidence, instead of annually during budgetsFigure 1Ireland to introduce minimum unit pricingThe Republic of Ireland is pushing ahead with plans to implement minimum unit pricing (MUP) on alcohol by January 2022, despite Northern Ireland not committing. Ireland had been delaying implementation in order for Northern Ireland to implement it at the same time. This was to avoid cross-border trips to purchase cheaper alcohol. The Republic’s Frank Feighan, Minister of State at the Department of Health, stated that Northern Ireland is now “not bringing it in before the northern elections in May 2022”. Although he conceded that there could be issues with cross-border trips, he believes that the positives “far outweigh the negatives”, highlighting the effectiveness of the policy in Scotland in reducing deaths – despite bordering England which does not have MUP. With Scotland, Wales and now Ireland bringing in MUP, pressure is mounting for England to do the same. Figure shows the reduction in alcohol purchases following minimum unit pricing starting in Scotland (vertical line). The UK Alcohol Alert is designed and produced by The Institute of Alcohol Studies. Please click the image below to visit our website and find out more about us and what we do, or the ‘Contact us’ button. Thank you.WHO’s SAFER initiativeStrengthen restrictions on alcohol availabilityAdvance and enforce drink driving counter measuresFacilitate access to screening, brief interventions and treatmentEnforce bans or comprehensive restrictions on alcohol advertising, sponsorship, and promotionRaise prices on alcohol through excise taxes and pricing policies This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit instalcstud.substack.com
Mon invité aujourd'hui s'appelle Rémi Castillo. Journaliste, animateur, producteur, homme de radio et de télé : un CV bien rempli ! France Télévisions, M6, Sud Radio, RTL… Sur son chemin, Patrick Sébastien, Olivier Minne ou encore Julien Lepers. Aujourd'hui, Rémi est directeur d'antenne de la radio du Bassin d'Arcachon et s'attèle depuis 2006 à mettre en avant tous les jeunes talents français ! Vous l'avez compris, Rémi est un homme hyperactif, toujours en mouvement. Mais sa vie va basculer en 2019 : une grave chute va le clouer au fond d'un lit pendant plus de six semaines. Hospitalisé pour une double fracture du bassin, il va passer 3 mois à l'hôpital.Trois longs mois immobilisé, à se demander : « Elle est où la sortie ? » Cette question va le hanter et sera d'ailleurs le titre de son livre écrit depuis son lit d'hôpital. Comment s'est il accroché ? Quels ont été ses peurs, ses doutes, ses craintes, ses angoisses ? Quelles sont les personnalités qui l'ont soutenu ? En quoi cet accident a considérablement changé sa vie et sa façon de voir les choses ? Je vous propose de découvrir la deuxième vie de Rémi castillo et de revenir sur ce jour qui a changé sa vie…
https://www.patreon.com/user?u=31723331 How can psychiatry be a solution for Alcohol addiction? Emmert is an MRC Clinical Research Fellow in the National Addiction Centre, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) and Honorary Specialist Registrar in General Adult Psychiatry at the South London and the Maudsley (SLaM) NHS Foundation Trust. In this episode Emmert shares his insight on the impact of Alcohol misuse on hospitalisation and how he treats addicts with psychiatry. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO THE CHANNEL to get the latest and most fascinating research!!! Get the latest episodes and videos on www.theknowshow.net The Know Show Podcast makes the most important research accessible to everyone. Join us today and be part of the research revolution. Follow Us On Social Media: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/theknowshowpod/ Twitter https://www.instagram.com/theknowshowpod/
I am joined by Josceline (@HoneyAreYouHappy), a psychology graduate who has worked with countless mental health and eating disorder charities to raise awareness, due to her previous experiences of mental health conditions, including anorexia. In this episode, our conversation focuses highly on the brutal and traumatic reality of living with an eating disorder, discussing the exhausting misconceptions and stigmas attached, the development of anger, frustration and anxiety triggered by the recovery process and it's detrimental effect of familial relationships. We discuss the true severity and addition of the disorder. How life can become very dark, emotional, seemingly valuless and the process of losing your identity to the anorexia. We raise the topic of re-feeding, experiences of hospitalisation and having to face these overwhelming phobias of food. Josceline spent a prolonged period of time as an inpatient, unlike myself, therefore it was massively insightful and educational to hear about her difficult and complex time as an inpatient. We also talk about our ‘light bulb moments' and Josceline opens up about her experiences with CBT and having to open up about her traumatic childhood. Overall, we have a very open and raw conversation about our experiences with anorexia. How our stories both relate and differ.