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Abigail Meller is an aspiring activist, feminist, and a couple of other –ists, with a passion for health policy, advocacy work, and civil rights. Join her as she discusses current public health, healthcare policy, and social justice issues on Generation Invincible, a bi-weekly podcast by a millennial, for millennials.
 
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COVID-19 changed many aspects of our lives and policymakers at the local and state level are seeking solutions to help restore the health and well-being of Californians. In this program, Dr. Rita Hamad discusses ways to bolster the safety net for people most impacted by the pandemic. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Health and Medicine…
 
COVID-19 changed many aspects of our lives over the last two years. Policymakers at the local, state, and federal level are seeking solutions to myriad problems including addressing rising rates of substance misuse and addiction. In this program, experts discuss the increase in opioid use and overdose deaths as well as the increase in youth using e…
 
COVID-19 changed many aspects of our lives, and policymakers at the local, state, and federal level are seeking solutions to help restore the health and well-being of Californians. In this program, Joanne Spetz examines the impact the pandemic has had on healthcare workers, from burnout to physical and mental health impacts, and what leaders can do…
 
COVID-19 changed many aspects of our lives and policymakers at the local, state, and federal level are seeking solutions to help restore the health and well-being of Californians. In this program, Julia Adler-Milstein, Ph.D., and A Jay Holmgren, Ph.D., explain how their collaborative research center uses information to improve the use and impact of…
 
COVID-19 changed many aspects of our lives and policymakers at the local, state, and federal level are seeking solutions to myriad problems, including health workforce burnout, ensuring food security and maintaining safety-net services, and keeping schools safely open. This program looks at effective and emerging policies and practices around food …
 
In this episode we learn about the worldwide data collection process and presentation of the Johns Hopkins COVID Dashboard. We speak to Ensheng Dong, doctoral student and part of the team who started the dashboard. Are you interested in getting a public health degree? Register for the Public Health Grad School Fair: 9/17/22 9am pacific/12pm eastern…
 
There is increasing awareness that health disparities are largely a result of the socioeconomic position in which you are born, the housing and neighborhood where you reside, and the accessibility of educational and job opportunities. These are known as the social and structural determinants of health. By the time a person arrives at a hospital, th…
 
For San Diego County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher, public office is about the opportunity to improve the lives of the people he serves. Fletcher's road to public service is grounded in a difficult upbringing where he and his mother endured domestic violence and poverty in the South. He worked during high school to support his family, went to college …
 
In this episode we welcome Kristin Urquiza of Marked By COVID who shares the work she and her organization have partcipated in for COVID Memorial Day and commemorating the over 1 million lives lost in the United States alone due to COVID. We also discuss COVID policy needs, health equity issues, and the opportunities available for advocacy and acti…
 
In this episode, we discuss the new BA.2 variant, a sublineage of Omicron (aka BA.1). How does BA.2 differ from BA.1/Omicron, and from Delta for that matter? We share news and information from the US, Denmark, Japan, South Africa, as well as the World Health Organization about this new variant and why some people feel hopeful - despite the continue…
 
In this episode, we are talking about the upcoming 2022 Legislative Session with Cory Meadows, Deputy Executive Vice President and Director of Advocacy for the Kentucky Medical Association. Cory will give us insights into health-related legislation that may be discussed in Frankfort as well as a preview of the KMA legislative priorities.…
 
In this episode we discuss Covid19, the Omicron variant, and the emerging rates of disability caused by the phenomenon of long haul COVID health concerns. Other news updates: COVID Hospitalizations and kids: https://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/coronavirus/striking-increase-ny-urgent-advisory-to-pediatricians-as-child-covid-hospitalizations-quadruple/34…
 
Caroline Orr-Bueno is a researcher in cognitive security and in this episode we discuss the pandemic, the experience of Long COVID, and some of the misinformation that is currently out there. More awareness of the symptoms of long COVID still need to be addressed in the medical community and we hope that this episode increases this awareness. --- T…
 
In this interview, we learn about the types of disinformation and created pseudoscience being heard and followed by some populations in Latin America. In particular we speak to Leah Varjacques of VICE News about her documentary work in Argentina and Bolivia and the rumors that are heard and believed about COVID vaccines. We also discuss the importa…
 
Former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius explore the H1N1 Pandemic of 2009 and what lessons that pandemic might have for our current situation. Series: "UC Public Policy Channel" [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 37523]Autor: UCTV: UC Berkeley
 
Who is a public health leader, and how can public health leaders advocate for correct health information? In this very important episode, we speak to Dr. Meena Bewtra MD, PhD, MPH, who is a specialist in IBD and professor at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Bewtra shares important information on how everyone has the ability to be a public health…
 
As schools reopen for the fall, off and on after 18 months in some cases, there is still much uncertainty about how schools are responding to the pandemic. There are changing quarantine and vaccine guidelines, and the current lack of vaccine access at this time for children. Dr. Bess Williamson shares information on the school landscape for childre…
 
In this episode, we discuss the various guidelines and patchwork of policies in various public-facing sectors such as schools, hotels, and restaurants and their inconsistencies. We discuss: -The difference between guidelines (such as CDC quarantine guidance) -The differing policies for schools and their return to campus for testing and vaccine veri…
 
Public health agencies are doing their work to the best of their abilities but is this enough? In this episode we discuss the abilities and the limitations of public health agencies. We discuss the new CDC guidance, breakthrough cases and children hospitalized and unprotected from COVID. We also discuss the culture of reactive vs. proactive public …
 
In this episode we speak to our friend Christie Lazo of the Vida With Christie Podcast, north of our border in Toronto, Canada about the current environment of dealing with the pandemic and navigating schooling for her daughter. We discuss the political, legislative, and educational climate during the 3rd wave of the pandemic. We also discuss the w…
 
Although in some countries things have reopened and people feel ready to live in a post-COVID society, unfortuntately this is not yet the case. In Latin America we are seeing COVID hotspots from a global perspective and the socioeconomic impact of the pandemic is clearly emerging. Professor Pamela P. Martinez, Assistant Professor of Microbiology of…
 
Despite many months into the pandemic, do you still feel unclear about what public health is and what public health is designed to do? Do you know what epidemiology is, and how this field of study saves lives during epidemics and pandemics?There is still a wealth of confusion as it relates to what public health is and how it differs from emergency …
 
This presentation reflects on the long history of contamination in the Bayview Hunters Point community, the health harms disproportionately suffered by community members, and the challenges and opportunities for collaboration between community members, academics, scientists, and health professionals to address these environmental injustices. Series…
 
This moderated discussion explores the structural inequities of the healthcare system, laid to bare most recently by the COVID pandemic, and the institutional, socio-political and policy changes that are necessary to rebuild the health of our people, our economy, and our democracy. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Health and Medicine] …
 
In this episode, we interview Kristin Urquiza, co-founder of Marked by COVID, to discuss the disparities in race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status (SES) and lack of access to testing and vaccinations in Phoenix, Arizona. We also discuss public health and the continuing mistrust in pandemic guidance as well as the work that continues to be needed for …
 
In this episode we chat with Melissa Talwar of Support Fibromyalgia about PPE and getting through the pandemic. We share some of our favorite PPE gear and Melissa shares some of the PPE technology from around the world. The first 35 minutes were done as a simultaneous IG live discussion and the audio was echoey; however, the second half of the inte…
 
As the COVID vaccines continue to become available around the world and in the United States, access to appointments have been challenging for the elderly, disabled, and individuals speaking other languages. But there are community efforts available to serve individuals who need appointments. We speak to Katelyn Hertel of Vaccine Fairy who shares i…
 
This is a special bilingual episode in English and Spanish with Marilena Grittani, clinical pharmacist, who shares the importance of clear information and messaging to support the Latinx/Hispanic community with questions and concerns about the COVID-19 vaccine. Marilena shares information about the history of the vaccine, how it works, and why it i…
 
In this episode, Dr. April shares the new chapter of the international drama of the COVID 19 pandemic. Since Season 1 we have seen a clearer understanding of how the virus works, and are seeing the best development so far in the form of vaccines. But the story is still not over as we face new variants, some of which are of concern.New Covid Variant…
 
Climate change affects the health of all Americans. The adverse health consequences are projected to worsen with additional climate change. Kristie Ebi, University of Washington, explains that proactive adaptation policies and programs reduce the risks and impacts from climate-sensitive health outcomes and from disruptions in healthcare services. A…
 
Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, California's first-ever Surgeon General , is dedicated to changing the way our society deals with the public health crisis of childhood trauma. An overwhelming scientific consensus demonstrates that cumulative adversity, particularly during critical and sensitive developmental periods, is a root cause to some of the most ha…
 
Experts share perspectives on institutional, state and national efforts to create knowledge networks that accelerate bench top research, clinical trials, and patient access to experimental and approved therapies. A discussion of how best to capture and integrate various datasets to improve understanding of diseases, discovery of novel targets, ther…
 
In the September 2020 Roundup, Dr. April discusses recent case growth in Florida and New York, the phenomenon of "mask-shaming" and mask judgement, the COVID-Detecting Dogs at Helsinki Airport and in Dubai, and the conversations on preexisting immunity to COVID-19 as well as the promise of T Cell research to help solve COVID mysteries. References: …
 
How do you find accurate information about COVID-19 when you have particular questions? In this episode, we speak to Dr. Emily Smith, Epidemiologist and Assistant Professor of Global Health at George Washington University, and Co-Founder of COVID-101.org. Dr. Smith is an expert in newborn and child health and shares recent findings on motherhood, n…
 
In this episode Dr. April discusses a few emerging articles and updates on COVID-19 news locally, nationally and globally. We discuss the topic of underlying conditions related to COVID deaths, number of cases, deaths, and even recoveries. Then we discuss children, school reopenings and COVID-related illnesses affecting children. We also discuss th…
 
What is it like to live in another country, as a military spouse, during the pandemic? In this episode we speak to Ashley Olivine, who shares her experience living abroad as an American in Ukraine, what family life is like as a mom and military spouse during the pandemic, and what public health policy and culture have been like in this part of the …
 
What is public health, and how do public health responders work together in various capacities at city and state levels? In this episode, we speak to Olyvia, a public health professional and expert in child health in Chicago. She is also a public health podcaster of Public Health for the Culture. We discuss the landscape of public health response i…
 
Hannah Lebovits, incoming Assistant Professor of Public Administration at the University of Texas, Arlington joins us today to discuss the importance of valuing livelihoods and safety from a social sustainability perspective. She shares her recent Twitter posting on the experience of her children attending a summer camp, where numerous individuals …
 
Do you know where to go for a COVID-19 test when you need it? In this episode we speak to Dr, Jorge Caballero, Clinical Instructor of Anesthesia at Stanford Medical School, and co-founder of Coders Against Covid. Dr. Caballero talks to us about the testing and data collection accessibilities and capabilities during pandemic times, and how issues su…
 
What is it like when the pandemic affects your community, and your loved ones? In this episode we speak to Kristin Urquiza, founder of Marked by COVID, an organization named after her father, who was a healthy individual who passed away from COVID-19 in Arizona, due to misinformation about the seriousness of the pandemic. She talks about the politi…
 
How can we work with the principles of public health to improve pandemic control and disease prevention while reducing health disparities in the process? In this episode we speak to Farah Masood, faculty in biostatistics and epidemiology in Southern California to discuss the pandemic, public health measures, the glaring health disparities of the vi…
 
US Family and Medical Leave Act provides unpaid job-protected leave for qualifying workers. More than 40% of employees don't qualify and low-income workers are less likely to take leave. Dr. Rita Hamad looks at the policy through two case studies and discusses the implications and impact on health. She concludes that paid leave may be an important …
 
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