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    Emerging Infectious Diseases
    Emerging from an Isolation Cocoon, 2022.

    Emerging Infectious Diseases

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 16:51


    Dr. Ron Louie, a specialist in Pediatrics and Hematology-Oncology, and Sarah Gregory discuss his poem, "Emerging from an Isolation Cocoon", which was inspired by the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Science Friday
    Insulin Price Plan, Monkeypox Facts, Milky Way Memoir. August 12, 2022, Part 1

    Science Friday

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 47:24


    A Plan to Cap Insulin Prices May Not Be Helpful 30 million people in the U.S. live with diabetes, and access to insulin can be expensive. More than 1 in 5 people with private insurance pay more than $35 a month for this necessary medication. The U.S. Senate has a plan to cap insulin prices for certain diabetics, but critics say this plan would not help make insulin affordable for a majority of people. Plus, many people have been following the discoveries of the James Webb Space Telescope, or JWST, with baited breath. Astronomers may have found the youngest exoplanet we know of. And a deep space hoax of a chorizo slice fooled the astronomy community. Joining Ira to talk about these stories and other science news of the week is Katherine Wu, staff writer for The Atlantic based in New Haven, Connecticut.   What You Need To Know About Monkeypox Last week, the White House declared the monkeypox outbreak a public health emergency. Currently there are a little over 9,000 confirmed cases in the United States, and just under 30,000 worldwide. Since the end of May, monkeypox has been spreading in countries where it has not been previously reported. The virus is mainly spreading within gay and bisexual men and other men who have sex with men. And because of that there is stigma associated with the outbreak. Ira talks with Rachel Roper, virologist at the Brody Medical School at East Carolina University, and Perry Halkitis, dean of the Rutgers University School of Public Health, to explain the basics of transmission, answer listener questions, and debunk misinformation about the monkeypox outbreak.   Frenemies, Lovers, And The Fate Of The Cosmos: Our Galaxy Tells All Our galaxy, the Milky Way, is 13.6 billion years old, all-knowing, and a little sassy. It has a rich social life of friends, frenemies, and even love interests—all other galaxies in the local group, including the stunning Andromeda. And the Milky Way is a little disappointed that we've stopped telling as many stories about it. Or at least, that's how folklorist and astronomer Dr. Moiya McTier imagines the galaxy's personality when writing her new book, “The Milky Way: An Autobiography of Our Galaxy.” The book stretches from the beginning of the universe to the birth of our planet, and then on to the eventual theoretical end of the cosmos. Along the way, we learn both the science of how stars form and galaxies collide, and the many stories and myths humans have told about these bodies throughout our relatively brief lives. McTier joins Ira to tell all (on behalf of the Milky Way), and explain the importance of story in scientific knowledge and discovery. Read an excerpt of the book on sciencefriday.com.   Transcripts for each segment will be available the week after the show airs on sciencefriday.com.

    New York NOW
    Answers on Monkeypox, New York Inspector General Lucy Lang, Latest State Capitol News

    New York NOW

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 25:46


    On This Week's Edition of New York NOW: New York Inspector General Lucy Lang stops by the studio for a chat about her work, and her vision for the office. Monkeypox continues to be of concern, particularly in New York, which has more cases than any other state in the U.S. We have everything you need to know, with Dr. Tomoko Udo from the School of Public Health at the University at Albany. We break down the latest news in the Empire State with Jon Campbell from WNYC & Gothamist. Republicans and farm owners continue to push back against a proposal to lower the overtime threshold for farm workers from 60 hours to 40 hours a week. Reporter Alexis Young has details. Learn More: nynow.org

    KURIER daily
    Wie tödlich sind Hitzewellen auch in Österreich

    KURIER daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 23:40


    Hitze macht uns zu schaffen. Hitzewellen noch viel mehr. Und die Hitze ist wohl auch tödlich. Zumindest legen das die Zahlen nahe, die die Statistik Austria für die letzten zwei Juliwochen veröffentlicht hat. In dieser Zeit, als sich eine große Hitzewelle über Österreich gelegt hat, sind 20 Prozent mehr Tote gezählt worden, als im Vergleichszeitraum 2015 bis 2019, und im ganzen Juli starben um zehn bzw. elf Prozent mehr Menschen als 2020 und 2021. Wir haben mit Hanns Michael Moshammer, dem Leiter der Abteilung für Umwelthygiene und Umweltmedizin am Zentrum für Public Health der Medizinischen Universität Wien über die Auswirkungen der Hitze auf den menschlichen Organismus geredet und sind der Frage nachgegangen, in welchem Ausmaß die Übersterblichkeit mit der Hitze in Verbindung gebracht werden kann.  Dieser Podcast entsteht mit freundlicher Unterstützung von A1. Abonniert unseren Podcast auch auf Apple Podcasts, Spotify oder Google Podcasts und hinterlasst uns eine Bewertung, wenn euch der Podcast gefällt. Mehr Podcasts gibt es unter www.kurier.at/podcasts

    America Out Loud PULSE
    Not All Public Health Emergencies Are Treated Equally

    America Out Loud PULSE

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 55:50 Very Popular


    America Out Loud PULSE with Dr. Vaughn & Dr. Tankersley – The difference seems to be when a disease affects a protected class, homosexual males, and the public health authorities respond to the disease differently. Never mind that they asked children under two to wear masks and avoid any touch for the last two years; when it comes to requesting that adults refrain from indiscriminate sex and...

    Bloomberg Businessweek
    Vaping Replaces Smoking for US Kids

    Bloomberg Businessweek

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 21:25 Very Popular


    Dr. Joanna Cohen, Director of the Institute for Global Tobacco Control at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, talks about the health effects of vaping. Bloomberg News U.S. Economy Reporter María Paula Mijares Torres shares the details of her story about a snowballing U.S. rent crisis that spares no city or income bracket. And we Drive to the Close with Axel Merk, President & CIO at Merk Investments. Hosts: Carol Massar and Mike Regan. Producer: Paul Brennan.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    University of Iowa College of Public Health
    Screen Time: the importance and positive public health impacts of newborn screening programs

    University of Iowa College of Public Health

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 30:59


    Carol Johnson from the University of Iowa's newborn screening program is our guest this week. She joins Ben and Anya in a conversation about the public health importance of newborn screening, maternal and child health, and the overall positive impact that screening programs have in their communities. More about newborn screening at https://bit.ly/3QjRJF0 A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-the-importance-of-newborn-screening-programs/ Have an question for our podcast crew or an idea for an episode? You can email Anya at anya-morozov@uiowa.edu

    AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK
    Not All Public Health Emergencies Are Treated Equally

    AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 55:50


    America Out Loud PULSE with Dr. Vaughn & Dr. Tankersley – The difference seems to be when a disease affects a protected class, homosexual males, and the public health authorities respond to the disease differently. Never mind that they asked children under two to wear masks and avoid any touch for the last two years; when it comes to requesting that adults refrain from indiscriminate sex and...

    Public Health Review Morning Edition
    239: Infectious Disease Planning

    Public Health Review Morning Edition

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 4:28


    Winfred Rawls, ASTHO's Director for Preparedness and Evaluation, explains a project that will lead to the development of a clearinghouse with information to help public health agencies get ready for the next crisis; Andrea Flinchum, State HAI Prevention Program Manager with the Kentucky Department for Public Health, discusses dialysis getting new attention from a coalition working to make the treatment safer for patients; an ASTHO brief outlines several areas where inequities in reproductive health services still exist; and public health leaders can assess and improve their leadership skills with the DiSC Personality Assessment. ASTHO Webpage: Public Health Innovations Catalog CDC Webpage: Making Dialysis Safer For Patients Coalition ASTHO Brief: Reproductive Health Services Expanded During Pandemic but Inequities Persist ASTHO Blog Article: How the DiSC Personality Assessment Can Strengthen Public Health Leadership

    Pure Nurture Pregnancy and Birth | A Holistic Approach
    Summer Podcast Series - Childbirth Education and Support: Be your own wellness advocate with Lauren Futrell Dunaway

    Pure Nurture Pregnancy and Birth | A Holistic Approach

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 29:27


    A lot of women hit dead ends with their doctors during pregnancy. They don't feel heard or taken seriously. They feel like they can't stand up to a doctor and say, “That's not what I want for my birth. What are some other options?”  It's not about getting aggressive. It's about being curious! Lauren Dunaway, PhD in Public Health, got up the courage to leave her doctor for a midwife midway through her pregnancy. When she saw how much they cared, she knew that she was in good hands.  If you're a rule follower who's scared to make a change, you'll walk away from the conversation with courage!  In this episode, you'll hear about: Lauren, her three daughters, and her mission in public health (2:00) How she got into natural remedies for her family (4:00) How essential oils helped Lauren get off some medication (6:47) Emotional support with essential oils (8:17) Wellness in the home with essential oils (8:50) Why it's so important to be your own wellness advocate (12:15) Lauren left her doctor for a midwife midway through her pregnancy (15:23) 5 questions you must ask your care provider BEFORE birth Cultivate wellness in your life with LaurenEFDunaway.com. You can connect personally with Lauren on TWO Instagram feeds: @EssentialSimplicity or @LaurenEFDunaway. After this conversation, we sincerely hope you'll feel more comfortable speaking up to your doctor and asking questions.

    Causes Or Cures
    The First Real-Time Platform to Predict COVID-19 Vaccine Effectiveness, with Professor Maggie Wang

    Causes Or Cures

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 41:01


    In this episode of Causes or Cures, Dr. Eeks chats with Professor Maggie Wang about the first, real-time platform to predict the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines. The podcast is based on her and her team's work published in Nature Medicine in June of  2022.  The platform has the potential to be used for other vaccines as well. In the podcast, Professor Wang will discuss the research behind the platform, how vaccine effectiveness relates to "genetic distance"; how, when using the platform, the different COVID-19 vaccine platforms compare; why over 80% of variation in vaccine effectiveness is due to the genetic distance measure; how the platform can predict vaccine effectiveness by vaccine type and geopgraphical area; reverse vaccinology, and the larger, practical implications of this real-time platform. Professor Wang is founder and director of BethBio, a biotech company located in Hong Kong that focuses on vaccine development and translating frontier research results into vaccine technologies. She is also the Co-Director of the Master of Science Program in Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and a Review Editor for Human Genetics.To contact Dr. Eeks, do so through bloomingwellness.com.Or follow her on Instagram here.Twitter here.Or Facebook here.Subscribe to her newsletter here!

    KZYX News
    Board moves forward with plan to create water agency

    KZYX News

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 6:29


    August 8, 2022 — The Board of Supervisors agreed in a narrow vote last week to approve the idea of a water agency. During budgeting in June, the board agreed to allocate $250,000 from the PG&E settlement to form the agency. And, to comply with a new law, SB 552, which requires drought planning, the board agreed unanimously to formalize the drought task force into a standing committee, consisting of Supervisors Glenn McGourty and John Haschak. At the moment, the Department of Transportation is in charge of water issues, but McGourty told the board that he thinks the county should create a water resources team consisting of the drought committee and county staff collaborating with experts at the U.C. Davis Cooperative Extension. Some of them, including McGourty himself, have already done water studies in Mendocino County. In 2012, McGourty led a study on ag water use in the Navarro River watershed. CEO Darcie Antle offered a quick calculation of how much she thinks it will cost to hire a consultant for a quarter million dollars. “If you are going to be payin ga consultant $200 an hour for roughly a thousand hours, our staff would be required to attend the meetings as well to stay current,” she said. “I believe that happened last year, where I had Sara Pierce on most of the meetings, and also Judy Morris or Steve Dunnicliff, as well as Brent, who helped coordinate all the calls with CalOES. So for every consultant hour you're probably looking at two or three hours of staff time…if we're going to do the grant writing, and I don't believe we want to pay a consultant that amount of money to help write our grants. We have another contract out for grant writing. Typically, for every grant, it's costing us anywhere from six to ten thousand dollars per grant, so it's going to add up quickly. I would estimate roughly, with the staffing level that we're out, we would be doubling the amount.” Haschak favored another proposal, by Department of Transportation Director Howard Dashiell, to use internal staff. “I just don't think that we need this consultant, who's going to be working 58% of the time at $200 an hour to do these things,” he said. “I think that we can do it internally. The long term is, we need to put it out there to get a person who can learn the ropes and learn the business and provide that over a long term. Because this is a one-shot deal, and we don't even need it.” But McGourty argued that the subject matter is too complex not to bring in experts who are already connected at the state level and are alert to funding opportunities for local projects. “Mr. Chairman, I'm wondering if you could pull up the MCWA implementation plan and go to page 14,” he remarked. “There is a task list that has been identified, based on stakeholder comments. I think this might be helpful to Supervisor Haschak, about the complexity of what he's expecting to sort of spontaneously happen.” Supervisor Dan Gjerde reminded the board of his position on the use of public money for water districts. “I'm not convinced of this allocation at this time,” he said. “Supervisor McGourty, I heard you say that very little has been done since the water agency was disbanded. I actually think that's not accurate. It may accurately describe some of the inaction of some of the water districts in our county. I don't think it accurately describes some of the action of many of our water districts in this county, during the time that the county water agency was going. And I think the unevenness of leadership by the water districts throughout the county, some failing to do their job, looking for a handout but not willing to charge their customers enough to help themselves, other water districts in the county asking their ratepayers to pay what I would say are the state rates for water so they would have the resources to solve their problems and aggressively seek state grants. You know, there's a disparity of leadership between the different water districts in this county, and I don't want to reward the lack of leadership by some of the water districts with county funds.” Devon Boer, the Executive Director of the Mendocino County Farm Bureau, invited Gjerde to a meeting to discuss the complexities. “We do have some of our residents who live outside of an actual organized district,” she pointed out. “And some of the unknowns that have been discussed, such as the water hauling extraction ordinance, which is going to the Planning Commission. We've got the Governor's Executive ORder N722, which is being punted over to Environmental Health…those are the questions I've been receiving from individuals with wells outside of districts, who are now looking at various county departments that might be providing them with various directions, lack of oversight, and perhaps not having qualifications for looking at hydrogeology…that's been the downturn of our county, is we don't have any sort of specific level of expertise. We've got different staff in different departments that get punted…it makes it complicated for the applicant, whoever they may be, to get through the process…you know, I'm not going to get into a dispute with Supervisor Gjerde. I think that what I'm going to do is work with our local water districts, and invite him to come over to a meeting.” The board voted 3-2, with Gjerde and Haschak dissenting, to approve the concept of working with the UC Cooperative Extension using up to $250,000, to create a water agency, contingent on a list of projects that will appear before the full board before moving forward. The list will have to be countywide, and any consultant who is hired will have to include objectives, milestones, outcomes, and staff time. The drought standing committee is scheduled to meet next Monday at 9:00 am. The meeting is currently listed as the Public Health, Safety, and Resource Committee.

    With All Due Respect....
    With All Due Respect Episode 63

    With All Due Respect....

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 50:18


    Anchorage's Director of Public Health resigns in disgrace and questions arise about his timing. We introduce a new political segment of rapid fire opinions on current political issues. Are Alaskans living a pipe dream for the Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline...we answer.  Maia Nolan-Partnow files a report on her cross country family road trip. Alaska needs to stop listening to outside experts and get to work.

    Closer Look with Rose Scott
    Dr. Jodie Guest on monkeypox; Filmmaker CJ Hunt

    Closer Look with Rose Scott

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 51:58


    On this edition of Closer Look, Dr. Jodie Guest, Vice Chair of the Department of Epidemiology Rollins School of Public Health and School of Medicine at Emory University, discusses the importance of managing stigma and vaccine availability amid the monkeypox viral outbreak. Also, C.J. Hunt, director and writer of the The Neutral Ground, examines the nation's relationship with the confederacy and racism.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Where We Live
    What happened at the primaries, and everything you need to know about monkeypox

    Where We Live

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 49:00


    The recent monkeypox outbreak started in May, and the virus continues to spread. Today, we learn more including how monkeypox is transmitted to who's eligible for vaccination. We hear from Dr. Celine Gounder Senior Fellow at the Kaiser Family Foundation, and Editor-at-Large for Public Health at Kaiser Health News. What questions do you have about monkeypox? But first up, Wesley Renfro, Professor of Political Science at Quinnipiac University joins us to breakdown Connecticut Primary Day results. Wesley Renfro - Professor of Political Science at Quinnipiac University Dr. Celine Gounder - Senior Fellow at the Kaiser Family Foundation, and Editor-at-Large for Public Health at Kaiser Health News. She is also an infectious disease specialist and epidemiologist. She was a member of the Biden-Harris Transition COVID Advisory Board Kay Perkins - reporter for Connecticut Public Radio Linda Estabrook - Executive Director for the Hartford Gay and Lesbian Health Collective Where We LiveSupport the show: http://wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Nutrition Rounds Podcast
    Unpacking Food Myths: A Masterclass in Nutrition Epidemiology

    Nutrition Rounds Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 63:09 Very Popular


    Join Dr. Danielle Belardo and her expert of the week, obesity and nutritional epidemiologist Dr. Deirdre Tobias, for a masterclass on nutrition epidemiology and its impact on public health. Diedre opens up her nutrition epidemiology toolbox to explain the research and data supporting healthy dietary patterns and what nutrition tips you can implement in your own life. Danielle and Deirdre also bust the myth that whole grains and fruit are evil, so forget what you've read on social media! Whether or not you're in the medical field or just a hobbyist trying to learn to interpret science in a more robust way, this is the episode for you.    Danielle and Deirdre discuss:      The basics of nutritional epidemiology and role of a nutritional epidemiologist  General healthy dietary patterns and the problems with a western diet   The reasons whole grains and fruits have been demonized  The table 1 method and how it can help you interpret scientific data     Dr. Deirdre Tobias is an obesity and nutritional epidemiologist at the Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston. She received her doctorate and postdoctoral training at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Dr. Tobias was appointed as the Academic Editor for the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition in 2019. Her research focuses on the role of diet and lifestyle for obesity and its major chronic diseases, including gestational diabetes and type 2 diabetes, and has been published in leading peer-reviewed journals, including the New England Journal of Medicine and the Journal of the American Medical Association. She is assistant professor and co-Instructor for Nutritional Epidemiology at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.    For more information on the research Deirdre does at Harvard, visit www.hsph.harvard.edu/deirdre-tobias    Thank you so much for taking the time to contribute to a generation that values fact over fiction! Be sure to rate, review, and follow on your favorite podcast app and let us know which not-so-wellness trend you'd like to hear debunked. Follow your host on Instagram @daniellebelardomd and the podcast @wellnessfactvsfiction. Follow Deirdre @deirdre_tobias.    Thank you to our sponsors for making this episode possible. Check out these deals just for you:  COZY EARTH - Go to cozyearth.com and enter WELLNESS at checkout to SAVE thirty-five  Percent. 

    AMA COVID-19 Update
    Jynneos, Tpoxx & federal services for long COVID with Andrea Garcia, JD, MPH

    AMA COVID-19 Update

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 13:07 Very Popular


    AMA Director of Science, Medicine and Public Health, Andrea Garcia JD, MPH, covers monkeypox cases, vaccines, Tecovirimat used for treatment, as well as two Biden administration reports and support services for Americans with long haul COVID. American Medical Association CXO Todd Unger hosts. Visit https://www.covid.gov/longcovid for federal services and supports for people experiencing longer term impacts of COVID-19. Access guidance and descriptors for new monkeypox CPT codes here: https://www.ama-assn.org/practice-management/cpt/orthopoxvirus-and-monkeypox-coding-guidance

    Raise the Line
    An Entrepreneurial-Minded Approach to Medicine - Dr. Robert Lord, Partner at LionBird Ventures

    Raise the Line

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 36:17


    “So much of healthcare actually does have parallels to the business world, insofar as much of our job is to help align people to the next steps that are in their best interest,” Dr. Robert Lord tells host Shiv Gaglani.  Dr. Lord, who recently completed his medical degree at Johns Hopkins, understands the parallels between the business world and the healthcare world better than most. As a Partner at early-stage digital health venture capital firm LionBird Ventures, Dr. Lord works with all sorts of exciting companies focusing on elements of healthcare that can range from the back office of compliance, to front-end clinical devices. Prior to LionBird, Dr. Lord co-founded Protenus, which provides healthcare organizations with risk reduction solutions.  Robert's insights have been featured in Forbes, The Baltimore Sun, and many national conferences, and he has briefed the U.S. Senate on cybersecurity threats to our nation's healthcare systems.  Tune in to this insightful conversation to get an inside-look into some of the exciting new start-ups Dr. Lord and his team at LionBird are working with, as well as many take-aways for aspiring medical professionals and entrepreneurs alike.  (Dr. Lord's comments reflect his personal views and do not represent those of the organizations with which he is affiliated.Mentioned in this episode: https://www.lionbird.com/

    PH SPOTlight: Public health career stories, inspiration, and guidance from current-day public health heroes
    Network widely to build your public health career, with Kimberly Jocelyn

    PH SPOTlight: Public health career stories, inspiration, and guidance from current-day public health heroes

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 38:16


    In this episode, Sujani sits down with Kimberly Jocelyn, a Public Health Analyst at the CDC. They discuss Kimberly's path into public health, how she has used networking throughout her career, and give advice on how to establish and build connections.You'll LearnHow Kimberly discovered public health and what motivated her to pursue a combination MPH/MSW degreeWhat career opportunities are made possible by the MPH/MSW dual degree What kinds of jobs Kimberly has held and how she identified and landed those opportunitiesThe role that networking plays in navigating the public health realm Advice from Kimberly on reaching out and establishing professional relationshipsAdvice from Kimberly on maintaining new connections The importance of positivity in supporting a team and building connectionsToday's GuestKimberly Jocelyn holds a Master of Public Health and a Master of Science in Social Work from Columbia University. As a social worker and public health practitioner, she creates sustainable change and advances strategies to promote and strengthen human service delivery effectively. Her area of expertise lies in developing programs, setting metrics, and managing large-scale operations, teams, and federal grants at the state and local levels. As a Program Manager in New York City, she develops policies, operationalizes equity, protects and promotes safety and well-being, and eliminates the health and social barriers. It is her firm belief that networking and collaboration deliver results. ResourcesRead the NY Times article featuring Kimberly Connect with Kimberly on LinkedIn  Listen to the previous episode featuring Tieisha WaltersOther PH SPOT resources:Share ideas for the podcast: Fill out this formNever heard of a podcast before? Read this guide we put together to help you get set up.Be notified when new episodes come out, and receive hand-picked public health opportunities every week by joining the PH SPOT community.Contribute to the public health career blog: www.phspot.ca/contributeUpcoming course on infographics: phspot.ca/infographicsLearn more about PH Spot's 6-week training programSupport the show

    The Big Story
    What does it take to work as a foreign-trained physician in Canada?

    The Big Story

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 23:08


    Ontario's health minister wants regulators to figure out a way to expedite the licensing of internationally trained doctors and nurses to help staff the province's ICUs, ERs and long-term care facilities. She hasn't said much about how, but it's a first step.There are thousands of people who would like to work in the province's hospitals, but can't. It takes money, patience and years to become licensed. Why? Why have other countries figured this out but we can't?GUEST: Dr. Shafi Bhuiyan, assistant professor at the Dalla Lana school of Public Health, founder and board member of the Canadian Association of Global Health

    The Workplace: a Podcast by CalChamber
    Episode 157: The Latest Issues Employers Are Asking About on the CalChamber Labor Law Helpline

    The Workplace: a Podcast by CalChamber

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 26:45


    In this episode of The Workplace podcast, CalChamber employment law expert Matthew Roberts and CalChamber HR Adviser Ellen Savage discuss the issues employers are asking about most often on the CalChamber Labor Law Helpline, including: the new California Department of Public Health definition of “close contact” regarding COVID-19 isolation protocols; webcam usage concerns; remote work-related expenses; retention bonuses; and more.

    Beau of The Fifth Column
    Let's talk about Biden's public health decision....

    Beau of The Fifth Column

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 4:11


    Let's talk about Biden's public health decision.... --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beau-of-the-fifth-column/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beau-of-the-fifth-column/support

    ThinkResearch
    Implementation Science and Community Impact

    ThinkResearch

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 19:43


    Implementation science plays a critical role in supporting communities and health equity. Gina Kruse, MD, MPH, Massachusetts General Hospital, a faculty member in our Community Engagement program and lab director of the Implementation Science Center for Cancer Control Equity at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, discusses her work in this area. Transcript: https://bit.ly/3BXduGq

    Fabulously Keto
    100: Dr Aseem Malhotra – Advocating for Public Health to Be About Health and Truth, Not Profits

    Fabulously Keto

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 75:29


    Dr Aseem Malhotra  Dr Aseem Malhotra is an NHS trained Consultant Cardiologist, Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, and President of The Public Health Collaboration. He is a world renowned expert in the prevention, diagnosis and management of heart disease. He is honorary council member to the Metabolic Psychiatry Clinic at Stanford University school of medicine California. He is a founding member of Action on Sugar and was the lead campaigner highlighting the harm caused by excess sugar consumption in the United Kingdom, particularly its role in type 2 diabetes and obesity.  In 2015 he helped coordinate the Choosing Wisely campaign by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges as lead author in a BMJ paper to highlight the risks of overuse of medical treatments. In the same year he became the youngest member to be appointed to the board of trustees of UK health think tank, The King's Fund that advises government on health policy. Aseem is a frequent expert commentator in print and broadcast media and he has written scores of articles for a number of publications including the BMJ, British Journal of Sports Medicine, BMJ Open Heart, JAMA Internal Medicine, Prescriber, The Pharmaceutical Journal, European Scientist, The Guardian and Observer, BBC online, Huffington Post, The Daily Mirror, Daily Mail, The Daily Telegraph and the Washington Post. He is international guest editor of the journal of evidence-based healthcare. Aseem has appeared in the Health Service Journal's list of top 50 BME pioneers, and has won a number of awards for his work to raise awareness of diet-related illness both in the UK and internationally. He is a pioneer of the lifestyle medicine movement in the UK and has had feature articles written about him in the New York Times, The Guardian, The Telegraph, and Healthcare Leader. In 2018 he was ranked by software company Onalytica as the number 1 doctor in the world influencing obesity thinking. In 2016 he was named in the Sunday Times Debrett's list as one of the most influential people in science and medicine in the UK in a list that included Professor Stephen Hawking. His total Altmetric score (measure of impact and reach) of his medical journal publications since 2013 is over 10,000 making it one of the highest in the World for a clinical doctor during this period. His first book co-authored with Donal O' Neill, The Pioppi Diet, has become an international best seller. His second book, the 21 day immunity plan is a Sunday Times best seller. His recently published third book A Statin Free Life is already a best seller. Award winning American Science Journalist Gary Taubes describes Aseem as someone who has “probably done more in the UK to inject sanity in to nutrition science and the pharmaceutical industry debate than any human being alive” Sir Richard Thompson, Past President of the Royal College of Physicians and former personal physician to her majesty The Queen said “Dr Aseem Malhotra is changing the face of medicine and his revolutionary book the Pioppi Diet should be read by everyone” Dr Aseem's Top Tips Eat real food. Spend more time with people who increase your sense of wellbeing - Minimise your time on social media. Try and do something everyday, which gives back to the community. Dr Aseem's Books The Pioppi Diet - Dr Aseem Malhotra 21 Immunity Plan - Dr Aseem Malhotra A Statin-Free Life: A revolutionary life plan for tackling heart disease – without the use of statins -   Dr Aseem Malhotra Resources Mentioned Sunday Times expose Public Health England “Dirty Tricks”  You will need to start a free trial or have a Sunday Times subscription to read the whole article. It is time to bust the myth of physical inactivity and obesity: you cannot outrun a bad diet A Malhotra, T Noakes , S Phinney  https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25904145/ Public Health Collaboration - Charity Dr Aseem has done many interviews on YouTube search Aseem Malhotra BMJ Paper - Choosing Wisely in the UK: the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges' initiative to reduce the harms of too much medicine The NNT - Numbers Needed To Treat Gerd Gigerenzer - Quote This has been taken down by WHO but you can see it on Dr Assem's webpage https://doctoraseem.com/choosing-wisely-in-the-uk/ Quotes by Dr Aseem Malhotra “Making the injustice, visible” “That's really the core of my character to try and relieve human suffering” “The food industry have scientist that are funded by them” “The upstream issue is the battle we have got in health and health care is one of truth versus money.” “Big Food, Big Pharma and Cigarette industries committing fraud is a cost of business” “There is misperception about the ability of modern medicine to improve our health and our lives” “It has been estimated that severe loneliness is the equivalent of smoking 20 cigarettes a day” “Sex is sexy” “We've got this massive problem of over prescription” “Fear can be very debilitating for people” “People have more power than they realise” “People need to keep hope for a better future” “Don't underestimate the power of your speech and the power of truth and to make a difference” “Staying silent when the world is burning around you and not acting when you should act makes us part of the problem and we need to be part of the solution.” Connect with Dr Aseem Malhotra on social media Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrAseemMalhotra Facebook Profile: https://www.facebook.com/aseem.malhotra.98 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lifestylemedicinedoctor/ Website Details: https://doctoraseem.com https://doctoraseem.com/biography/ If you have enjoyed listening to this episode - Leave us a review By leaving us a review on your favourite podcast platform, you help us to be found by others. Support us on Patreon Help Jackie and Louise make more episodes by supporting them on Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/FabulouslyKeto Connect with us on social media https://www.facebook.com/FabulouslyKeto https://www.instagram.com/FabulouslyKeto1 https://twitter.com/FabulouslyKeto Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/FabulouslyKeto Music by Bob Collum Recommend a guest We would love to know if you have a favourite guest you would like us to interview. Let us know who you would like to hear of if you have a particular topic you would like us to cover. https://fabulouslyketo.com/recommend-a-guest We sometimes get a small commission on some of the links, this goes towards the costs of producing the podcast.

    New England Journal of Medicine Interviews
    NEJM Interview: Prof. Timothy Jost on litigation challenging the consideration of race and ethnicity in the allocation of scarce Covid-19 treatments.

    New England Journal of Medicine Interviews

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 8:22


    Prof. Timothy Jost is a professor emeritus at the Washington and Lee University School of Law. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. T.S. Jost. Considering Race and Ethnicity in Covid Risk Assessments — Legal Concerns and Possible Solutions. N Engl J Med 2022;387:481-483.

    A Tale of Two Hygienists Podcast
    344 Public Health is Not Sub-Standard Care with Crystal Spring, RDH

    A Tale of Two Hygienists Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 38:07


    On this episode of A Tale of Two Hygienists Andrew is joined by Crystal Spring, RDH in an interview with guest co-host Erika Flateau, RDH. Crystal talks to us about the importance of medical and dental integration as it relates to the oral-systemic link. She shares about the work that she does through Smiles Across Montana and how you can identify foundations to support your own nonprofit through grants. We share Crystals Passion for access to care, and access to GOOD care for all patients. Her work is truly inspiring and we are so thankful to have her on!    This episode has FREE CE ! Be sure to view your state guidelines to ensure this CE is applicable in your State. You can view all episodes with Free CE here. Take the course for this episode here. Episode Highlights Dental Medical Integration Public Health is Superior Health Teledentistry  Grant Writing Access   Quotes “We might be the only healthcare provider that a patient sees.”    “We work with nursing students at our clinic.”    “We strive to see our patients 3x per year.”    “I don't like that Americans need to stand in line to get preventative treatment.”    “I have been so proud of so many dentists that have worked with us.”   “I've never been told no when I asked someone if they wanted to be a part of our program.”    “We are not trying to put the local dentists out of business, that is not our goal at all.”    “Just because you are in a situation where you don't have access to care, doesn't mean you don't deserve good care.”   Links   crystalspringrdh@gmail.com   smilesacrossmontana@gmail.com    https://www.smilesacrossmontana.com/ 

    Public Health Review Morning Edition
    238: New York Responds to Monkeypox

    Public Health Review Morning Edition

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 4:16


    Dr. James McDonald, Medical Director in the Office of Public Health for the New York State Department of Health, says the monkeypox response in New York follows the data and social determinants; a new ASTHO report about mosquitos highlights the work U.S. territories and freely associated states face as they attempt to control them and the diseases they carry; Dr. Nicole Alexander Scott,  ASTHO's Senior Executive Consultant, talks about her new role; ASTHO reports on legislative actions aimed at making sure kids get at least one healthy meal each day; and ASTHO has job openings in several areas of the organization. ASTHO Report: Public Health Confronts the Mosquito: Special Considerations for United States Territories and Freely Associated States ASTHO Blog Article: States Serving Up Healthy Eating Policies ASTHO Webpage: Careers at ASTHO

    Get Healthy Alabama
    22-32 Being Pregnant Is NOT A Disease (So Why Does The Alabama Department of Public Health Treat It As One?)

    Get Healthy Alabama

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 33:08


    Episode 22:32 Being Pregnant Is NOT A Disease (So Why Does The Alabama Department of Public Health Treat It As One?) A woman should have the right to decide the type of health care she wants. Especially during pregnancy. A right to receive care from a medical doctor OR a Certified Professional Midwife. In the state of Alabama that right was only granted to women five years ago (2017). Now this right is being threatened. Not because of poor quality of care. Not because of poor outcomes. Not because of any complaints against midwives. Instead, the right for women in Alabama to choose a Certified Professional Midwife is being threatened by the Alabama Department of Public Health. Why? Nobody knows. But we can make some pretty good guesses. On this episode we sit down with Jessica Smith, president of the Alabama Birth Coalition, to discuss how the Alabama Department of Public Health is trying to keep women from having access to optimal care during pregnancy and delivery.  We discuss the long and hard battle women in Alabama have faced in trying to obtain health care rights… the progress that was made leading up to a law being passed to give women those rights… and how those rights are now being threatened by the very organization that should be defending them. Please give this episode a good listen as it is not only about the health care rights of pregnant women, it's about the rights of ALL people who live in Alabama. Thanks! ————— Want to learn more? Continue the conversation regarding this episode, and all future episodes, by signing up for our daily emails. Simply visit: GetHealthyAlabama.com  Once there, download the “Symptom Survey” and you will automatically added to our email list. ———————- Also, if you haven't already, we'd appreciate it if you'd subscribe to the podcast, leave a comment and give us a rating. (Thanks!!!) On Facebook? Connect with us at Facebook.com/GetHealthyAlabama   * This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose or treat any disease. Please consult with your health care provider before making any health-related changes.

    The Nocturnists
    Conversations: David France

    The Nocturnists

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 47:04 Very Popular


    In this episode, Emily speaks with documentary filmmaker and journalist David France about his films How to Survive a Pandemic (2022) and How to Survive a Plague (2012), and the role of storytelling in documenting public health crises and holding institutions accountable. The Nocturnists is partnering with VCU Health Continuing Education to offer FREE CME credits for healthcare professionals. Visit ce.vcuhealth.org/nocturnists to claim credit for this episode. Find show notes, transcript, and more at thenocturnists.com.

    CFR On the Record
    Gun Violence, Public Health, and the Safer Communities Act

    CFR On the Record

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022


    Raise the Line
    What Rare Disease Patients and Families Need From Clinicians: Philippe Pakter, Rare Disease Parent

    Raise the Line

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 49:30


    “It's a strange odyssey being a rare disease parent. It sort of forces you to question everything about life,” says Philippe Pakter, whose daughter Lysiane was born with Pierre Robin Sequence, a condition that impedes normal breathing and feeding. In this compelling interview with Shiv Gaglani, he shares the wrenching details of his family's daunting emotional, medical and legal journey. “It's tough, but you just have to keep going and from the hardship can potentially come very beautiful things.” Among the brighter spots of their story are finding a non-surgical treatment that helped with part of Lysiane's condition, and connecting with a network of dedicated clinicians focused on improving treatments for Pierre Robin Sequence. (Pakter recently interviewed one of those doctors, Stanford's HyeRan Choo, about non-surgical approaches. Listen here.) Don't miss this opportunity to hear hard won wisdom about ways clinicians can approach their work to be mindful of rare diseases and how they can be a resource for patients and families who are often desperate for answers.  Pakter is a great example of how well-informed rare disease family members are, and why clinicians should listen closely to what they have to say.

    Gist Healthcare Daily
    Tuesday, August 9, 2022

    Gist Healthcare Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 5:22


    On this episode of Gist Healthcare Daily, the Senate passes a bill with major reforms for seniors on Medicare. A new NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health poll finds a fifth of sick patients weren't able to get necessary medical care. And there are rumors that CVS is interested in acquiring Signify Health. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Public Health Review Morning Edition
    237: New School Year, New COVID Strategy

    Public Health Review Morning Edition

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 4:43


    Dr. Manisha Juthani, Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Public Health, discusses the state's plan to help schools deal with COVID-19 this fall and how it is different than past years; the CDC has a website for back-to-school public health information; Aashna Panjwani, ASTHO's Analyst for Social and Behavioral Health, says a recent survey of 66 jurisdictions shows how they're working to include health equity considerations into overdose surveillance and prevention efforts; and it was a year ago tomorrow that we produced our first episode of this newscast.  Fox 61 News Article: State announces COVID back-to-school guidelines, relaxes protocols for 2022-2023 school year CDC Webpage: Back to School – Parent Involvement is Key CDC Webpage: DOSE Dashboard: Nonfatal Overdose Data CDC Webpage: SUDORS Dashboard: Fatal Overdose Data CDC Webpage: Drug Overdose Deaths Rise, Disparities Widen Differences Grew by Race, Ethnicity, and Other Factors

    Kate Dalley Radio
    080822 Guest Jonathan Emord Public Health Should Not Exist FDA Truth

    Kate Dalley Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 49:06


    080822 Guest Jonathan Emord Public Health Should Not Exist FDA Truth by Kate Dalley

    The Public Health Millennial Career Stories Podcast
    116: Working on Global Health Work with a Bachelor's with Pedro Miguel Castro, BS

    The Public Health Millennial Career Stories Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 74:31


     Pedro Miguel Castro is a multi-faceted global health professional working to improve fragile health systems in low-income countries. He got his Bachelor's degree in Neuroscience at Dartmouth College. He was a Global Health Fellow, Great Issues Scholar as well as participated in Dartmouth's Global Health Policy Lab, while also working as an EMT and volunteering with a local search and rescue team. He currently works as a Partnership and Research Coordinator at Build Health International. Pedro Miguel Castro on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pm-castro/Shownotes: https://thephmillennial.com/episode116Omari on IG: https://www.instagram.com/thephmillennial Omari on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/omari-richinsAll ways to support The Public Health Millennial: https://thephmillennial.com/support/Shop at The Public Health Millennial Store for discount: https://thephmillennial.com/shop/Support the show

    Disaster Tough Podcast
    #120 The Recipe for Quality Emergency Management - Interview with Rachell Laucevicius

    Disaster Tough Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 30:37


    The slogan on a popular restaurant chain says that the better the ingredients, the better their food tastes. According to this week's guest on the Disaster Tough Podcast, Rachell Laucevicius, the same can be true for Emergency Management. For example, the better the coordination, collaboration and communication, the better your response to a disaster turns out to be.Rachell is currently a Crisis Manager at L3 Harris Technologies. She also has experience working in Emergency Management with the Florida Department of Public Health, along with many years of work with the military and veterans.In this episode, not only does Rachell break down the recipe for quality emergency management and response, but also throws in some bonus ingredients to explain what makes a quality Emergency Manager.Doberman Emergency Management owns and operates the Disaster Tough Podcast. Contact us here at: www.dobermanemg.com or email us at: info@dobermanemg.com.We are proud to endorse L3Harris and the BeOn PPT App. Learn more about this amazing product here: L3Harris.com/ResponderSupport.

    The Sharyl Attkisson Podcast
    154. Monkeypox: What You Need to Know Now

    The Sharyl Attkisson Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 27:20


    Are you at risk for getting monkeypox, what does the monkeypox vaccine do, and why does a top expert say the U.S. has been "slow to respond"? We sort out the confusion with help from Perry N. Halkitis, Dean of the School of Public Health at Rutgers University. Subscribe to my two podcasts: “The Sharyl Attkisson Podcast” and “Full Measure After Hours.” Leave a review, subscribe and share with your friends! Support independent journalism by visiting the new Sharyl Attkisson store. Order “Slanted: How the News Media Taught Us to Love Censorship and Hate Journalism” by Sharyl Attkisson at Harper Collins, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books a Million, IndieBound, Bookshop! Visit JustTheNews.com, SharylAttkisson.com and www.FullMeasure.news for original reporting. Do your own research. Make up your own mind. Think for yourself. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sharylattkissonpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sharylattkissonpodcast/support

    Beyond Zero - Community
    Working Together to Solve the Mental Health Impacts of Climate Change

    Beyond Zero - Community

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022


    Presented and produced by Carly Dober This panel discussion hosted by University of Queensland, and the UQ Mental Health in Climate Change Transdisciplinary Research Network discusses communities' mental health affected by extreme weather events. Hear from field experts and academic researchers as they share key insights and observations.  Guests Associate Professor Fiona CharlsonSchool of Public Health, The University of Queensland, The UQ Mental Health in Climate Change Transdisciplinary Research Network Collin SivalingumState Emergency Services Manager, Australian Red CrossSelena GomersallChief Advocacy Officer / Founder, Outback FuturesBen NorrisManager Mental Health Drought and Disaster Team, Queensland HealthDr Jo LongmanSenior Research Fellow, The University Centre for Rural Health, University of Sydney Dr Rebecca PatrickSenior Lecturer, School of Health and Social Development, Deakin University, Sustainable Health Network  Associate Professor Karen McNamaraSchool of Earth and Environmental Sciences, The University of Queensland,  The UQ Mental Health in Climate Change Transdisciplinary Research Network ContactLiz Shaw, Research Network Managerliz.shaw@uq.edu.au 

    Chicago's Morning Answer with Dan Proft & Amy Jacobson

    0:00 - More CTA riders are getting attacked, with violence at a level not seen in over a decade   11:27 - Bailey responds to Pritzker's attack on his farm subsidies   27:43 - Jim Iurio is an analyst for Fox Business Network. He joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the Inflation Reduction Act passed by the US Senate over the weekend.   41:52 - Eugene Roy is a former Chief of Detectives for Chicago Police. He joined Dan and Amy to talk about the city's effort to fight the rising crime rate.   01:00:38 - Lt. Col. James Carafano is Vice President of the Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Institute for International Studies at The Heritage Foundation and author of Brutal War: Jungle Fighting in Papua New Guinea, 1942. He joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the fallout from Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan.   01:20:06 - Where Does the No-Tip Trend Go From Here? An SF Restaurant Vet Weighs In.   01:38:05 - Dr. Marty Makary is a professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Bloomberg School of Public Health, chief medical adviser to Sesame Care, and author of the award winning The Price We Pay: What Broke American Health Care and How To Fix It. He joined Dan and Amy to talk about vaccines and boosters as the school year approaches.   01:53:29 - Pennsylvania Democrat Beth Ann Rosica explained why she is switching parties  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Health Hero Show: The official Chemical Free Body Lifestyle Podcast
    Ep 128: Kellyanne Andrews, Proper Foot Spa For Maximum Detox At Home

    Health Hero Show: The official Chemical Free Body Lifestyle Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 76:58


    Episode 128 - Have you struggled with health challenges such as weight gain, low energy, auto-immune issues etc??? If you have or if you just want to maximize your performance and quality of life then I am about to share with you one of the most exciting technologies to detoxify the body that I have ever found. What I am talking about is a detox foot spa that is small, easy to use and effective. Most of them are garbage so as always I have done my due diligence, bought the unit I am talking about and used it on myself and my mom. Luckily for you and me I was able to interview Kellyann Andrews who was a registered nurse and 40 year holistic health practitioner. In this episode we explain what a foot detox spa is, how to avoid the knock offs and what it can potentially do for you and your loved ones to skyrocket their health by activating the body's Lymphatic System to dump harmful toxins from our bodies in a safe and effective manner. Just a heads up this system is going to be part of our detox protocols moving forward and I am so happy to share it with you! Thanks again for listening and if you like the show please like, share and subscribe! Love & Light -Coach Tim. To contact Kellyanne to inquire about purchasing one of these awesome detox foot spa's go to: https://platinumenergysystems.ca/ Tim's Favorite, HIGHEST QUALITY Health Product Recommendations: Best Infrared Saunas & Healing Lamps: To Save $100 & learn CLICK HERE Water Purification/Restructuring System: Book FREE Consult CLICK HERE Best Home Air Purification Unit : Tim's personal unit CLICK HERE Best Non Toxic Home Building Materials: CLICK HERE  Best Toxic Free Skin Care: Use code “HealthHero” save 15% CLICK HERE Non Toxic Cleaning Products: Save $25 with this link CLICK HERE  EMF & Radiation Blockers for Home & Vehicle: Save 5% CLICK HERE  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    WBUR News
    Monkeypox cases in Massachusetts remain few, but cases are rising. Here's what you should know

    WBUR News

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 4:48


    The number of monkeypox cases in Massachusetts is small, but rising quickly: jumping 37% in the last two weeks, according to the latest data from the Department of Public Health.

    Retrieving the Social Sciences
    Ep. 25: The Social Science of Diabetes w/ Dr. Tasneem Khambaty

    Retrieving the Social Sciences

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 23:02


    On today's episode we hear about the social science of diabetes from Dr. Tasneem Khambaty, Assistant Professor in UMBC's psychology department. Dr. Khambaty's Profile On today's Campus Connection, we hear about a co-authored paper by Dr. Sarah Chard, chair of the UMBC department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Public Health. Dr. Chard's Profile Successful Aging Among African American Older Adults With Type 2 Diabetes   Check out the following links for more information on UMBC, CS3, and our host: The UMBC Center for the Social Sciences Scholarship The University of Maryland, Baltimore County Ian G. Anson, Ph.D. Retrieving the Social Sciences is a production of the UMBC Center for Social Science Scholarship.  Our podcast host is Dr. Ian Anson, our director is Dr. Christine Mallinson, our associate director is Dr. Felipe Filomeno and our production intern is Sophia Possidente. Our theme music was composed and recorded by D'Juan Moreland.  Special thanks to Amy Barnes and Myriam Ralston for production assistance.  Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube, where you can find full video recordings of recent UMBC events.