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TL;DR? Healthy Intersections is the official podcast for The Medical Care Blog and Medical Care journal! Episodes feature audio capsule summaries of our posts and articles at the intersection of medical care and public health. We also feature interviews with blog and journal contributors and others in public health and healthcare. The Medical Care Blog is an academic, non-profit, volunteer-run blog sponsored by the peer-reviewed journal Medical Care and the Medical Care Section of the Americ ...
 
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idol board is a plodcast from Fourth Strike Records, where we interview members of "the garages", an anarcho-syndicalist Blaseball band from the fictional location of Seattle. Each week we meet to talk to an artist about their music, the creation process, and possible inspirations. Join us every Wednesday for a conversation with a musician and another fantastic song!
 
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On this month's episode of the Healthy Intersections Podcast, Samy Anand from the Medical Care Section recaps last month's blog posts and preview's June's issue of the Medical Care journal. Some great articles to check out for your summer reading list. Next, Lisa Lines, co-editor of the blog and podcast, interviews Dr. Pia MacDonald, an infectious …
 
In this episode of our podcast series, Greg Stevens discusses health care provider burnout with Cooper Couch, a practicing physician assistant at an FQHC in rural Colorado. Next, we recap the blog posts published in March and previews an article published in the April issue of Medical Care. Authored by Jae Downing, Kendall Lawley and Alex McDowell,…
 
In this episode of our podcast series, Samyuktha Anand, secretary-elect for the Medical Care section, recaps the blog posts we published in February and previews a few of the journal articles published in this month's issue of Medical Care. Next, Lisa Lines, co-editor, discusses an article that was just published ahead of print on March 1: "Develop…
 
In this episode of our podcast series, Samyuktha Anand, secretary-elect for the Medical Care section, recaps the blog posts we published in January. Jess Williams, co-editor, interviews NienChen Li about her recently published paper in Medical Care -- a winner of the APHA Medical Care Section Student Paper Award in 2020. Dr. Li's paper is about how…
 
National Policy Standing Committee Member Julia Miller is joined by 3 Virgina Commonwealth University student pharmacists Ladan Karim Nejad, Kayla Pangilinan, and Kelly Pratt. The four talk about pharmacy sustainability and what student pharmacists can do in their own lives to help make changes for our patients and the environment.…
 
In this episode, Jess Williams recaps the blog posts we published on The Medical Care Blog in November and previews the December issue of Medical Care. As a bonus, Lisa Flaherty interviews and introduces two of our December contributors: Dr. Sharla Smith, founder of the Kansas Birth Equity Network (KBEN), and Ms. Valerie White, a parent and advocat…
 
In this episode we get a recap of the spring legislative session 2021, we hear about the new Pharmacist Workplace and Wellbeing Reporting Portal, an update on DEA 222 Forms, Conference 2021 and more!Find the reporting prortal at https://www.pharmacist.com/Advocacy/Well-Being-and-Resiliency/pwwrAs always we ask for your support of the Advocacy Fund.…
 
National Policy Standing Committee Member Megan Wright is joined by Dr. Courtenay Wilson and final year student pharmacist Morgan Bizzell, both from UNC. Together the three speak about APhA-ASP resolution 2021.2 and medications for opioid use disorder. Listen to learn more about handling stigma associated with MOUD and how student pharmacists can g…
 
This week, BONES interviews Shmucku about “SCA__TER_D” from CONSUMED. “I love music that’s oversaturated with cool sound design, it’s just gotta have tons of bits and bobs of weird sounds to listen to. Every time you go back and listen to the track you can find something new... I'm really all about that.” Shmucku is musician who likes endlessly mix…
 
This week, BONES interviews apha about “hey goodwin” from ROSTER. “I think hearing all of these voices in stereo imaging all around your head, saying they believe in you… I think that’s a great feeling.” Raph is a student from Montréal who writes songs in-between volleyball practices and produces them in-between lectures. He can be found on Twitter…
 
CW Discussions of ableism, death and COVID-19 from 19:47-26:15 This week, BONES interviews jennifer cat about “solar eclipse” from #14. “I love harmonies. Like I’m an absolute sucker for a good close harmony. It just, y’know, speaks to my soul in some way.” Jennifer Cat enjoys warm sunbeams, following laser pointers, things with bells on, and falli…
 
Our last episode with Aoife as host! This week, Aoife interviews Mitchell Keys about “blood, sweat, tears, and blood” from ROSTER. “...It’s someone who looks around and sees that everyone is not like him, but he can’t quite place a finger on why.” Listen to "blood, sweat, tears, and blood" by the garages at thegarages.bandcamp.com. Mitchell (he/him…
 
With some changes happening this week, we’ve once again dug into our idol/board archives! This week, Not Aoife interviews BONES about editing the plodcast idol board, from Fourth Strike. “I find it to be relaxing, for one thing. Editing, like I said, gets me in the zone in a way that I can just focus on it and like, you know, just crank some stuff …
 
APhA-ASP Policy Standing Committee member, Jenee Vo, interviews Dr. Taylor Lee Watterson, PharmD, M.S. and a PhD candidate for Health Services Research in Pharmacy to discuss Resolution 2020.12 – Offering Meal Breaks for Pharmacists. Dr. Watterson explained her research on Pharmacists Fatigue, discussed the data of her findings, and talked about me…
 
By Benjamin Eovaldi & Steve Edstrom | April 19, 2021 In military medicine, exercises, such as a mass vaccination points-of-dispensing (POD) scenario, test preparedness capacity, and drill for potential real-world public health emergency scenarios. Exercises are designed to challenge medical teams to work under pressure and problem solve according t…
 
This week, Aoife interviews Ethan Geller about "arturo huerta and henry marshmallow" from REDEMPTION ARC. "I kind of like that experience of being surprised by something and then wanting to listen to something by somebody because you don't know, how many different pieces of music are going to be in that track," Ethan explains his interest in multi-…
 
This week, Not Aoife interviews Aoife about the plodcast idol board, from Fourth Strike. “There are so many songs that I feel, like, kind of get missed. So, like, one thing is I want to show how literally there is not a single bad song and how amazing some of the stuff is,” Aoife says, explaining why she makes idol board, “and along the way learn s…
 
This week, Aoife interviews yana about “Steal Home” from Storm’s Coming. em grace explains the garages’ connection with labor: “classic country western is very much a song of the working people, and even on the very first garages album you’ve got juneseptember like, uh, doing union anthems” em grace writes music in spare minutes between working and…
 
This week, Aoife interviews autumn about "the twelfth trip around the sun" from we are the garages (vol 2). " I guess I'm also just excited about the great unknown. So much is possible, and we have no idea," autumn said, looking forward to season 12 of blaseball. "That's kind of why I wrote the song because I was looking forward to that unknown, an…
 
This week, Aoife interviews VigilantBaker about "curse of crows" from DEICIDE. "Still, the whole stance of violence and sort of lack of forgiveness- they’re not really something I personally feel very much. For better or worse, we tend to forgive people," VigilantBaker says, getting philosophical, "whereas, on the other hand, these crows, these for…
 
This week, Aoife interviews zack.ry about “(don't) stay null” from caught in the reverb. "it’s been sort of freeing to enter into this space where you have people you can bounce things off of and you can try things that you’re not used to," says zack.ry, about their experiences playing with the garages. "I just wanna make music that is fun and push…
 
This week, Aoife interviews tegan eden about “into the shadows” from ENCORE. or, an incomplete and contradictory history of jaylen hotdogfingers, her trials and tribulations. "I feel that deeply, because we were puttin' out like an album a week, for a hot minute there and I felt, like, so much pressure to be on every single one," tegan says, explai…
 
This week, Aoife interviews zandterbird about “no gods, just blaseball” from the garages kill the gods. “I cheated a little bit on that song because like all my regular gear, like like my main guitar and my amp and like my pedalboard, everything is sort of locked away in a rehearsal room in another city. And that’s basically, thanks again to the pa…
 
This week, Aoife interviews bird about “godspeed” from DEICIDE. This is, like, something that I care about," bird explains, "and something that I think other people care about enough that if I make this song, it's going to be, like, really, really fun and just a good experience." Listen to “godspeed” by the garages at blandcamp.com. Bird is a silly…
 
This week, Aoife interviews Azure about “Ablaze” from ENCORE. or, an incomplete and contradictory history of jaylen hotdogfingers, her trials and tribulations. “It was like you were getting this sound out of a guitar, but you weren’t actually, like, playing it?” azure says, explaining the iconic soundscape of their song. “It’s kind of hellish in a …
 
This week, Aoife interviews riley about “unfair deal” from DEICIDE. “Then, the bottom three strings all go down a semitone, which gives you this really weird chord that, honestly, I don’t even know how I’d begin to notate it,” riley says in regards to the spicy tonality of their DEICIDE hit. “It all seems to work despite the fact that it really sho…
 
This week, Aoife interviews Mother Love Blone about “rejoice” from storm’s coming. “Like most garages’ projects, it started as a joke,” Blone says about her first lead song with the garages. “Wouldn’t it be really funny if a grunge band did a country album? … We started taking it super seriously after that.” Listen to “rejoice” by the garages at bl…
 
Welcome to idol board, a Fourth Strike podcast where our host, Aoife (she/her), interviews members of the garages about their songs, the creation process, and possible inspirations. In this inaugural episode, yana (they/it) introduces the band. “You wanna make music? Here, come make music,” yana explains. “When it comes to the garages, … having suc…
 
COVID Vaccine Update: Join us for this special episode about the upcoming COVID vaccines. We are honored to be joined by Dr. Stephan Foster, who is the APhA liaison member of the CDC ACIP. He reviews the ACIP approach to vaccine recommendations and the vital role of pharmacists in the deployment of the vaccine. We also discuss some of the important…
 
In this episode, again sponsored by the Law Office of Joseph J. Bogdon, we debrief over Rutledge v. PCMA as oral arguments were heard TODAY in the Supreme Court of the United States. Additional insight provided by interviewing John Vinson, CEO of Arkansas Pharmacists Association, and our very own newly minted President J. Cody Sandusky. This is an …
 
In this episode, again sponsored by the Law Office of Joseph J. Bogdon, we learn about the first ever virtual conference, the details of the HHS rule expanding scope of practice to pharmacists and a highly motivating interview with new APhA CEO Dr. Scott Knoer. You won't want to miss this one as we talk membership, HHS, Rutledge, PBM's and Provider…
 
In this episode we talk with Todd Evers from IndyHealth and how you can invest in our next great hope to save pharmacy reimbursments and more! We will also get updates on COVID-19 and learn how it will impact annual convention. IndyHealth website: indyhealthinc.com. Zoom webinar July 30, 2020 at 7PM CST. Email Todd at toddevers@sbcglobal.net or cal…
 
In this episode we talk about the issues surrounding racial injustice and how the pharmacy profession can take a stand against it. We interview Dr Lakesha Butler, President of the National Pharmaceutical Association, learn about the joint letter against racial injustice from several national pharmacy associations and get updates on COVID-19 and how…
 
In this episode, sponsored by the Law Office of Joseph J. Bogdon, we give insightful updates on COVID-19 and what pharmacists need to know around the State of Illinois. As always we ask for your support of the Advocacy Fund. You can donate to the advocacy fund at https://www.ipha.org/pharmacy-advocacy-fund or click the advocacy tab at ipha.org. You…
 
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