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The Lancet Voice is a fortnightly podcast from the Lancet family of journals. Lancet editors and their guests unravel the stories behind the best global health, policy and clinical research of the day―and what it means for people around the world. Each episode seeks to inform, challenge, and delight listeners with stories at the crossroads of health, science, policy and current global affairs.
 
The Lancet Respiratory Medicine publishes a range of article types in respiratory medicine and critical care. These include Original Research, Reviews, Personal Views, Comments, and News articles. Topics include but are not limited to asthma, COPD, tobacco control, critical care, lung cancer, cystic fibrosis, pneumonia, sarcoidosis, mesothelioma, sleep medicine, and respiratory infections.
 
The Lancet HIV launched in autumn 2014, joining the growing collection of Lancet specialty journals. As an exclusively online journal, this new monthly title delivers a holistic view of the pandemic, publishing original research, comment, and correspondence that unifies clinical, epidemiological, and operational disciplines across a single vision of health for those living with HIV.
 
The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology is a monthly journal that publishes high-quality peer-reviewed research, reviews, and analysis from around the world. In the podcasts, editors of the journal discuss timely news, views, research, and reviews in diabetes, endocrinology, and metabolism.
 
The Lancet (www.thelancet.com) is a weekly medical journal, renowned for the publication of high-quality peer-reviewed research and reviews from around the world. In the Podcasts our editors discuss journal highlights, including interviews with authors of key articles to provide context and insight to advancements in medicine and health worldwide.
 
The Lancet News is a weekly podcast brought to you by The Lancet. Our editors, Tim Dehnel and Dara Mohammadi, report on important, interesting, and sometimes quirky health-related happenings from around the world, while providing a rundown of the latest news from The Lancet, The Lancet Infectious Diseases, The Lancet Neurology, and The Lancet Oncology.
 
The Lancet Psychiatry exists to promote excellence in psychiatric research and practice, and to advocate for the rights of people with mental health problems. Our podcast brings experts together from a wide range of backgrounds to discuss hot topics relevant to mental health in science, society, the law, and the arts. It is vital listening for anyone with an interest in the field.
 
With a strong clinical focus, The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health will be an independent journal with an international perspective. The monthly journal will present the most influential and innovative practice-changing original research, as well as authoritative reviews and insightful opinion pieces to promote the health of the whole child, from the fetal period through to young adulthood.
 
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Jerome Siegel (University of California, Los Angeles, CA, USA) discusses sleep research in hunter-gatherer populations and what we can learn from the sleep habits of various species; his Review is published in the October issue of The Lancet Neurology, which is the fourth paper in The Lancet’s Series on sleep and sleep disorders.…
 
There hasn't been a shortage of vaccines in Bulgaria, but only around 30% of the population are vaccinated, in a country which already had the lowest life expectancy in the EU. Professor Antoniya Dimova joins Gavin and Jessamy to talk about the pandemic in Bulgaria, how misinformation shaped the public health response during COVID-19, and where Bul…
 
What’s happening with monkeypox in Africa? Why wasn’t monkeypox tackled when we had the chance? What will the PHEIC declaration change? Prof. Yap Boum, Epicentre Representative for Africa, the research arm of Medecins sans Frontières, joins Gavin and guest host Dr. Miriam Lewis Sabin to discuss. You can read The Lancet's collection of articles on m…
 
Mandip Aujla talks to Binita Kane, co-founder of South Asian Heritage Month, about South Asian culture, history, and community, and the two new chairs of the Lancet's Group for Racial Equality discuss the group's work on diversity and inclusion. Find out more about South Asian Heritage Month here You can continue the conversation with Jessamy and G…
 
Nine Lancet journals are top of their categories for Impact Factor in the latest measurements. What is the value of Impact Factors? What do they capture, and what don’t they capture? Richard Horton, editor-in-chief of The Lancet, joins Gavin and Jessamy to discuss impact. You can continue the conversation with Jessamy and Gavin on Twitter by follow…
 
Poor mental health can contribute to HIV risk and affect outcomes of HIV care, and living with HIV or risk of HIV can contribute to poor mental health. Editor-in-chief of The Lancet HIV, Peter Hayward, joins Gavin and Jessamy to discuss new research on the overlapping issues and where the opportunities for improving care can be found. Read the Seri…
 
Sarah Tabrizi (UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology, London, UK) and Cristina Sampaio (CHDI Foundation, Princeton, NJ, USA) discuss two papers on Huntington’s disease published in the July issue of The Lancet Neurology: a Position Paper outlining a new classification of the disease, called the Huntington’s Disease Integrated Staging System, and …
 
Rola Hallam joins Gavin to talk about her path from being a Syrian refugee in the UK to running CanDo, a humanitarian organisation enabling local relief efforts, and the lessons for aid in warzones and protecting healthcare from attack. You can continue the conversation with Jessamy and Gavin on Twitter by following them at @JessamyBagenal and @Gav…
 
How does health shape politics? How does politics shape health? Why do some diseases get international attention and funding when others don’t? What role do institutions play? Richard Horton, Eduardo Gomez, and Jeremy Shiffman join Jessamy and Gavin to discuss the talking points from a new Lancet Series on Political Science and Health. Read the ful…
 
How does health shape politics? How does politics shape health? Why do some diseases get international attention and funding when others don’t? What role do institutions play? Richard Horton, Eduardo Gomez, and Jeremy Shiffman join Jessamy and Gavin to discuss the talking points from a new Lancet Series on Political Science and Health.…
 
Wilfred Ngwa (Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA; Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA; ICT University, Yaounde, Cameroon), Beatrice Wiafe-Addai (Peace and Love Hospital, Kumasi, Ghana), and David Kerr (University of Oxford, Oxford, UK) discuss the Lancet Oncology Commission on cancer in sub-Saharan Africa.…
 
In 2019 there were 8.6m deaths globally among children and adolescents aged 0-20 years. Almost two decades on from The Lancet’s first ever global health series, on child survival, we've published our new Series, Optimising Child and Adolescent Health and Development. Richard Horton reflects on the progress and setbacks across 20 years of child heal…
 
In 2019 there were 8.6m deaths globally among children and adolescents aged 0-20 years. Almost two decades on from The Lancet’s first ever global health series, on child survival, we've published our new Series, Optimising Child and Adolescent Health and Development. Richard Horton reflects on the progress and setbacks across 20 years of child heal…
 
Imran Ahmed, CEO of the Center For Countering Digital Hate, joins the podcast to discuss the proliferation of misinformation across social media, how medical misinformation has become a profitable industry, why it's been allowed, and what can be done. Read the CCDH's reports, The Disinformation Dozen and Pandemic Profiteers. You can continue the co…
 
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