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Dr Jo Scott-Jones shares the joy of General Practice with colleagues through inspiring stories about what is special about being a GP and clinical updates relevant to GPs in New Zealand. This podcast aims to counter growing pressure on GPs through sharing knowledge and what it takes to create a positive culture in family medicine. Follow DrJo @opotikigp on Twitter.
 
PeerView (PVI) is a leading provider of high-quality, innovative continuing education (CME/CE/CPE and MOC) for clinicians and their interprofessional teams. Combining evidence-based medicine and instructional expertise, PeerView activities improve the knowledge, skills, and strategies that support clinical performance and patient outcomes. PeerView makes its educational programming and expert-led presentations and symposia available through its network of popular podcast channels to support ...
 
This podcast is for all Primary Care clinical staff (Doctors, nurses, physician's associates, Clinical Pharmacists in Practice, Paramedics in GP, First Contact Physiotherapists). Contents includes: Clinical updates; Wellbeing, Regional/local news, Creating a community, and anything else of interest to these frontline clinicians.
 
PeerView (PVI) is a leading provider of high-quality, innovative continuing education (CME/CE/CPE and MOC) for clinicians and their interprofessional teams. Combining evidence-based medicine and instructional expertise, PeerView activities improve the knowledge, skills, and strategies that support clinical performance and patient outcomes. PeerView makes its educational programming and expert-led presentations and symposia available through its network of popular podcast channels to support ...
 
This Podcast is brought to you by the North East London Training Hubs. The host and technical editor is Munir Adam. The podcast is for ALL Primary Care staff but particularly Clinical staff (Doctors, Nurses, Physician Associates, Clinical Pharmacists in Practice, Paramedics in GP, First Contact Physiotherapists, and trainees and students of those groups). Contents includes: • Clinical (Education updates)• Integration (System updates)• Working together (understanding roles)• Supporting each o ...
 
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The British Journal of General Practice

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Listen to BJGP Interviews for the latest updates on primary care and general practice research. Hear from researchers and clinicians who will update and guide you to the best practice. We all want to deliver better care to patients and improve health through better research and its translation into practice and policy. The BJGP is a leading international journal of primary care with the aim to serve the primary care community. Whether you are a general practitioner or a nurse, a researcher, ...
 
The NextGen Cast is a podcast from Next Generation GP, a free national leadership programme for GPs at the start of their careers. In this podcast, we go backstage with some of our favourite speakers..and get to know the real people behind the titles. You'll hear candid interviews with some amazing leaders from the NHS and beyond, as they share their stories of leading through challenges, the lessons they've learnt, and their top pieces of advice as you embark on your own leadership journey. ...
 
The BMJ is an international peer reviewed medical journal and a fully “online first” publication. The BMJ’s vision is to be the world’s most influential and widely read medical journal. Our mission is to lead the debate on health and to engage, inform, and stimulate doctors, researchers, and other health professionals in ways that will improve outcomes for patients. We aim to help doctors to make better decisions.
 
Generally Speaking is the conversation for all GPs and Health Professionals to stay connected, informed and inspired. Join us as we explore together the current news, relevant topics, hear stories from GP’s making a difference, and understand the challenges through lived experiences. To support the health of all Australians we’ll uncover the latest tips and insights about caring for our patients, communities, and ourselves.
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
How does culture feed into inequality? And the other way around? In Culture and Inequality, cultural sociologists from universities across the world explore these topics in-depth from various perspectives on the basis of academic readings. While this podcast is primarily intended as a course module for advanced students in sociology, it certainly offers interesting insights to a more general audience too.
 
A Multilayered podcast for a multilayered profession. Done by GPs for GPs. Hosts Dr Ashlea Broomfield, Dr Charlotte Hespe & Dr Rebekah Hoffman discuss leadership, quality in clinical practice, self care and wellbeing, difficult consultations, starting or running a private practice and GP research. They explore the layered complexities with each other and other GPs with expertise in these areas. Each episode they share a resource or clinical pearl. Find us: Email - justagppodcast@gmail.com Tw ...
 
Most GP Registrar Podcasts tell you how to do or how to pass. GP registrars are Doctors with views on how they want their work to be when they finish their exams and are fully fledged GPs. They also have views on how they want Primary Care to be both for them and their patients. This show is the place where these issues are explored
 
Our mission: In partnership with the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, the Public Mental Health Partnership at UCLA aims to realize a vision for excellence in care for vulnerable populations that incorporates typically marginalized perspectives and builds capacity to foster health equity. Visit our website for more information: pmhp.ucla.edu
 
Tristan speaks about HIGH-INTEREST topics in SIMPLER English (for intermediate and pre-intermediate learners). The best way to learn is to listen to as much English as possible which is just ONE level above your level. This way you pick up maximum amounts of new language and pronunciation naturally. Tristan is from England, a native speaker and a qualified English teacher of 10 years. He's taught in five countries - UK, Italy, South Korea, Japan and Vietnam. He has post-graduate qualificatio ...
 
At the Oxford Mindfulness Centre (OMC) our mission is to reduce suffering, promote resilience and realise human potential across the lifespan through mindfulness. Whilst some of our podcasts are designed for those with an established mindfulness practice, there are others that are suitable for the general public, meaning you do not need prior experience to listen.
 
Hi There! My name is Slackerman. I love creating original digital media, so I went on a path of making instrumental music and having it published online. I decided to create a podcast because why not!?! This podcast talks about the music I make and just me sharing my thoughts, my creative journey and general life experiences. I hope you all would give it a listen!
 
What podcast do the top Fortune 500 executives listen to? This one! Every Wednesday and Sunday Dov Baron and his world-class guests including Guy Kawasaki, Tom Bilyeau, Keith Ferrazzi, Major General Ambassador Scott Gration, Presidential Candidate Carly Fiorina, Commander Mark Divine, Jesse Itzler, Marisa Peer, John Oates, John (The Economic Hitman) Perkins, The Mother of Mindfulness Dr. Ellen Langer, Jordan Harbinger, and Kevin Harrington to name but a few who share the raw truth of their h ...
 
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Melissa Merino & Stephanie Cannavo

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A podcast featuring Australians sharing their journey of vaginal birth after caesarean. Through sharing and learning from each other's lived experiences the podcast is designed to empower and educate those whose VBAC journey may have just begun, help all expecting mums achieve a more natural birth if that is their intention, and better inform birth professionals about one's journey to a VBAC.
 
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With patient demand at an all-time high, coupled with a steady increase in relevant funding and the issue of estates, we are having to think ever more creatively when it comes to workforce planning. When Haywards Heath Villages PCN detected that additional support was needed in improving patient outcomes for cancer and the uptake of cancer screenin…
 
Go online to PeerView.com/TZT860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Insulin is often a necessary treatment for people with diabetes. Yet, knowing when to properly initiate and titrate insulin therapy in people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes is unfamiliar to many clinicians. In this a…
 
Vaccine fatigue is thought to be the reason for a slow uptake in this year's flu jab roll out. Ministry of Health figures show 736,000 vaccines have been administered so far - fewer than 15 percent of the population. Only one in five people are eligible for a free flu jab. General Practice New Zealand Chair Jeff Lowe told Mike Hosking it's just as …
 
In this episode we talk to Amy Clark who is a final year medical student at Cardiff and Dr Kathryn Hughes who is a GP and senior clinical lecturer at PRIME Centre Wales at the School of Medicine at Cardiff University. Paper: Accuracy of the NICE traffic light system in children presenting to general practice: a retrospective cohort study https://do…
 
Today Lisa and Sara welcome Dr Rachel Morris back onto the podcast. Rachel is a former GP who has previously worked in GP education. She is now an executive coach and host of the wonderful podcast You Are Not a Frog. The discussion in this episode is all about assertiveness - we chat about what assertiveness is, general tips, frameworks and models …
 
This is a special episode of our podcast for GP's, Deep Breath In, where we tackle the everyday challenges of being a GP.With the focus on covid, and the pressure on hospitals, it may be easy to overlook what’s happening in general practice in the UK - but changes are afoot. Our new health secretary Sajid Javid doesn’t seem to like our long standin…
 
With the focus on covid, and the pressure on hospitals, it may be easy to overlook what’s happening in general practice in the UK - but changes are afoot. Our new health secretary Sajid Javid doesn’t seem to like our long standing GP practice arrangement, NHS England has imposed new weekend working arrangements on the already stretched service, and…
 
The saving grace, they say, as we plummet towards who knows where economically, is that we all have jobs. Growth might be slow or non-existent, the cost of living may well be going through the roof, the debt may be piling up, and the mood may be sour, but we all have jobs. It's a global phenomenon. As bad as it is, or might yet be, we are in work. …
 
After three solid rounds at the PGA Championship, Kiwi golfer Ryan Fox went backwards in the final round to slip outside the top 50 in his opening major of the year. Following three even par rounds of 70, Fox went into the final round in a share of 23rd place but a seven-over 77 saw him drift down the leaderboard at Southern Hills. Fox had two boge…
 
Monkeypox cases may fizzle out, as they have in the past. The virus, which is endemic in parts of Africa, has been detected in at least 14 other countries including the UK, the US, Canada and Australia. It spreads through skin-to-skin contact, but isn't as contagious as the likes of Covid-19. Otago University Professor of Biochemistry Kurt Krause t…
 
A nationwide emergency mobile test has been deemed a success. Millions of mobile phones across the country buzzed loudly after receiving an alert last night National Emergency Management Agency spokesperson Anthony Frith told Mike Hosking the alert was successfully transmitted to every part of New Zealand that has cellphone reception. He says a rep…
 
We live in hope. This from former Prime Minister Helen Clark on whether there'll be any change to the 501 deportation policy, with the arrival of a new Australian Prime Minister. Anthony Albanese will be sworn in today. Clark told Mike Hosking the 501 policy is pretty tough on people who've effectively lived their whole lives in Australia. She says…
 
Fears New Zealand's cost of living crisis is stopping international skilled workers from joining our job market. A survey by Beyond Recruitment has found about 66 percent of businesses say it's harder to keep staff than last year, and 55 percent notice a rise in employees changing jobs It comes after Seek data, released last week, shows some salari…
 
The Prime Minister leaves this evening on a trade trip to the United States. Jacinda Ardern will travel to multiple cities, meet with politicians and tech executives and appear on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert. She'll also deliver the Harvard commencement speech. NZUS Council executive director Jordan Small says hopefully a White House visit c…
 
Votes in the Australian election are continuing to be counted, with Anthony Albanese set to be sworn in as Prime Minister today. As things stand, Labor's one seat short and needs 76 to form a majority government. Australian Correspondent Murray Olds told Mike Hosking the Coalition has 57 seats, with the moderate wing of the Liberal Party in the inn…
 
How to Become the Preeminent Industry Maven Every day, all day long, we're all bombarded with marketing messages. It's happening with such a high frequency that we have become oblivious to almost every form of it. We might find ourselves asking, is marketing as important as it ever was, or is it more important? Moreover, has it changed, particularl…
 
IN THIS EPISODE we continue our journey into Long Covid as GP Covid Lead Uzma interviews Consultant Dr Ainley, to explore, amongst other things, the initial assessment and management, when to refer, and current thinking about the vaccination. This is second episode in our Long Covid series, and follows a webinar series of the same theme. SPECIAL TH…
 
On May 21, 1922, Harry Emerson Fosdick preached a sermon titled “Shall the Fundamentalists Win?” that helped spark the modernist-fundamentalist controversy. Fosdick was a Baptist minister serving as an associate at First Presbyterian Church in New York and a faculty member at Union Theological Seminary. He was well-known and had published several p…
 
I want Scott Morrison to win tomorrow, because I am a big believer in reward for effort. It’s a funny thing, human nature. Australians are down in the dumps at the moment, and it’s similar to here. Confidence is low and cost of living is an issue. We are way worse off than them but they don't care, that's why the brain drain isn't coming our way. W…
 
Go online to PeerView.com/TZT860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Insulin is often a necessary treatment for people with diabetes. Yet, knowing when to properly initiate and titrate insulin therapy in people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes is unfamiliar to many clinicians. In this a…
 
At the end of each week, Mike takes you through the big ticket items and lets you know what he makes of it all. The Queen: 9/10 "Nowhere to be seen for weeks, not at the opening of Parliament, and then bang. Horse show, Jubilee event, got given a horse by the president of Azerbaijan. "Looking sprightly well and happy, almost as though it was part o…
 
The Aussies go to the polls tomorrow and a veteran Australian broadcaster says Scott Morrison is sunk. Alan Jones told the Daily Mail Morrison is a handbrake and has no hope. He was the only commentator to correctly tip Morrison as the winner in the last election against Bill Shorten. This time, Alan says it's Albanese’s game. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
After extensive pressure on drug-buying agency Pharmac, and a major review of its operations, Budget 2022 has provided a big cash injection. Pharmac's medicines budget has received its biggest boost in history with $191 million allocated over two years to make more medicines and other health treatments available. Health Minister Andrew Little said …
 
Finance Minister Grant Robertson is defending his cost-of-living Budget package from criticism it is too short-term and narrow, saying long-term or widespread relief would only stoke inflation further. Robertson delivered his fifth Budget yesterday – the first since 2020 in which Covid-19 was not the dominant feature but which addressed one of the …
 
There are concerns there's a risk we become a mouse on an exercise wheel. One of the key parts of the Budget is a billion dollar cost-of-living package, which includes $350 dollars for people who earn less than $70, 000 per year, and don't get the Winter Energy Payment. Economist Cameron Bagrie told Mike Hosking as inflation goes up, and if we star…
 
There was some sobering economic reality at my place yesterday. My street had a truck vacuum in it, sucking all the crap out of the drains, so there was the obligatory 800 metres of cones and two stop go people. Stop/go people have had a 28 percent wage rise on average this past year. I know this because I told you yesterday - the Seek job ad numbe…
 
Phoenix Foundation are back, sort of. To honour the 40th anniversary of Simon and Garfunkel's concert in Central Park, artists Sam Scott and Luke Buda will be performing a tribute alongside other Kiwi names at Auckland's Civic Theatre. Sam and Luke joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
Spain has approved plans to become the first European country to introduce unlimited paid menstrual leave in the workplace. The draft law lets women suffering severe period pain take time off as long as they can provide a doctor's note. Questions have been asked as to whether we should introduce the same in New Zealand. Danika Revell is co-founder …
 
The fishing industry could be washed up within weeks over spiralling fuel prices. There are suggestions that seeing as the trucking industry gets the benefit of the fuel cut, so should the fisheries. Craig Boote is the Managing Director of Westfleet Seafoods and wants all fuel users to be treated the same. Boote joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
A former police officer believes a lack of action in reporting gang-related shootings may be an act of pragmatism. There are concerns over a sense of apathy around shootings, after multiple people heard gunshots in Wairoa - but didn't report them to police. Chester Borrows was chair of the Justice Advisory Group while an MP. The former cop told Mik…
 
The Government is being urged to invest in health staff, medicine and dental care in today's Budget. What it plans to spend billions on will be made public at two this afternoon. Immediate Past President of the College of Emergency Medicine, Dr John Bonning told Mike Hosking he wants to see emphasis on acute care. “We need more beds and nurses, acc…
 
Hopes the poor will get a look in in today's Budget. Wellington City Missioner Murray Edridge says low income earners are being unfairly hit by the cost of living. He's particularly concerned by the rising cost of food. Edridge told Mike Hosking the Government can't rest on its laurels. “We’re still seeing people, in fact, we’re seeing people worse…
 
Think about it, we're all here at the moment in time that has rattled our work-life reality. As employees and employers, we are in the middle of what's become known as The Great Resignation. However, is resigning the answer, or could there be other opportunities you never even considered? In many of my articles, I've spoken about how the Great Resi…
 
Obviously there has been a fair bit of feedback to yesterday's James Shaw Special on this show, in which he appeared to not know a lot about what had been announced in his specialist area. The overall reaction sums it up, a plan to make a lot of plans Someone else said it might be significant, but then it might be nothing. Hard core campaigners fum…
 
Hutt Valley DHB expects some anxiety among patients after the hospital’s main building was deemed earthquake-prone. The Heretaunga Block, holding almost 80 percent of the facility's beds, is only 15 per cent earthquake safe. The news has also put on hold multi-million dollar plans to upgrade maternity services. But DHB member Prue Lamason told Mike…
 
Promises have come from this country's telcos that they're cleaning up their act. The sector received a telling off from the Commerce Commission last year for confusing customers with their marketing. Now the sector has new codes of conduct which include the customer being able to walk away from a service without penalty if it "materially fails to …
 
A suggestion the ram raid spate may be an attempt by kids to gain street cred. Just this week there have been multiple ramraids in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. One attack on a petrol station was done with a stolen digger in Lower Hutt's Wainuiomata. The Graeme Dingle Foundation says crimes like these are often done to gain respect from ot…
 
Disinformation is festering during the Covid pandemic - because we aren't breaking our ideological bubbles. New Auckland University analysis of tens of millions of social media posts and videos, has found February's protest at Parliament sparked a "tectonic shift" in the spread of disinformation. It included racist and violent disinformation, and R…
 
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