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Leaving your family and friends, and uprooting your life to pursue your dream takes grit. But that’s what each of the guests on this podcast have done. Each week we immerse ourselves in the stories of NHS professionals who have travelled here from overseas. If you have ever wondered about what it takes: the risks, the rewards and the unforgettable experiences that come from pursuing a life as a medical professional abroad? Then this podcast is for you. The opinions and views in this podcast ...
 
Each episode will feature interviews with key figures from the NHS procurement world discussing NHS Procurement and Supply Chain issues or an interview with one of the fascinating people shaping the future of our industry. You’ll hear ideas, opinions, and predictions about everything procurement. And much, much more.
 
SARD provide workforce management software to the healthcare sector. With our hosts Mariah Young and Joe Wilkinson, this podcast discusses about all the great innovation and rapid changes happening at SARD and throughout various industries.
 
Download the NHS Strength and flexibility podcasts and get your own personal trainer without the expense. Featuring Laura from the NHS Couch to 5k programme, these podcasts talk you through a series of equipment-free exercises to improve your strength and flexibility. Your goal is to work your way up to podcast 5 in five weeks, by doing each podcast three times a week. By week 5, you’ll be doing press-ups, squats and stretches with ease, feeling stronger, more flexible and full of energy. Fo ...
 
The Finger on the Pulse podcast is the perfect place to garner insights from across all aspects of healthcare, as we get into the crucial ‘whys’ behind the stories and how they can impact all of us to improve our work, our lives and the care and services we provide as an industry. Tune in, discover more about our diverse and talented health sector and it may well spark the solution to help you see a problem or challenge in a new light.
 
The Pain Speak podcast is presented by Dr Deepak Ravindran, a full time NHS Consultant specialising in Pain, Anaesthesia, MSK and Lifestyle Medicine. Dr Ravindran is also the author of the book, 'The Pain Free Mindset'. In this podcast Dr Ravindran explores all things related to pain including physical, emotional and social issues. He also looks at the neuroscience of pain and the fantastic advances which have been made in this area of medicine. He also discusses the business of healthcare a ...
 
At Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT) we are dedicated to providing high quality care with compassion. We deliver many of the NHS services that are provided outside of hospital and in the community such as physical, mental health and specialist services. We provide integrated physical and mental health services for adults and older people; specialist mental health and learning disability services; children and young people’s mental health services; children’s communi ...
 
The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals only and is brought to you by Nutricia. We know how busy life can get for healthcare professionals, that's why Nutricia has created a podcast series that you can listen to in your own time and on your terms. In each 20 minute episode, we interview a different expert and deep dive into a subject to help support you in your daily practice. This series is informed by science and shaped by experience, and includes episodes on diverse topi ...
 
Hello welcome to our channel. Thank you for clicking on. On this Podcast channel we aim to bring fun, laughter, excitement and news to the people on the internet. We will be doing episodes at least once a week so stay tuned.——————————————————————————————————————👉The Podcasts Instagram- Hows It Going Podcast👈👉The Podcasts Twitter-Hows It Going Podcast 👈——————————————————————————————————————One of our aims is to help people who struggle and have experiences of mental health, there are some hel ...
 
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.
 
Radio Ombudsman is our regular podcast hosted by Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman Rob Behrens, with lively discussion and interesting ideas. It features conversations on a range of topics including NHS investigations, good complaint handling and improving public services. The Ombudsman makes final decisions on complaints about government departments, other public organisations and the NHS in England. We do this fairly and without taking sides. Visit our website: www.ombudsman.org.u ...
 
Fancy being wrong about something? That's a rhetorical question, of course, you don't... no one does. The thing is, once the initial discomfort has passed, it's truly the best way way to grow as a human being. Welcome to Willing To Be Wrong, a podcast with the intention of doing just that. My name is Dr Joshua Wolrich and I'm an NHS surgical doctor, nutrition MSc student, author and accidental influencer. Like all healthcare professionals, I was taught by a system that practises medicine in ...
 
Take your running to the next level with these podcasts designed for graduates of the NHS Couch to 5K programme. Each podcast provides a structured run with music and coaching to develop your running technique, speed and stamina. The NHS Couch to 5K+ podcasts were produced with sports music experts AudioFuel, who specialise in making music to run to. For those who want to build some variety into their routine, another great podcast series to try is NHS Strength and flexibility.
 
Emily is nailing homeschooling with virtual museum tours, a fun-filled Viking project and regular yoga in the garden, as well as whipping up something from the pantry for date night with husband Steve. Pippa is getting to grips with new levels of online dating that only the desperation of two kids in lockdown could push you to, whilst Kate is a ticking timebomb holding all the shit together whilst her husband cycles round the countryside looking after his mental health. Working from home, co ...
 
NICE Talks is the podcast from UK's National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE). Our podcast brings the stories behind our NICE's work to improve outcomes for people using the NHS and other public health and social care services through evidence-based guidance. Subscribe on your favourite podcast platform: https://linktr.ee/nicetalks
 
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Honey is a nurse from India who, 6 months ago, decided to leave her one-year-old daughter and husband behind to work in the NHS. She describes making this decision as “the most painful thing” she has experienced. Despite this, she is motivated by the life that she is in the process of creating for her daughter and the opportunities that her sacrifi…
 
Helen McKenna sits down with Suzie Bailey, Director of Leadership and Organisational Development at The King’s Fund and Professor Michael West to explore the results of the 2020 NHS staff survey and discuss how the NHS can create an inclusive, compassionate, and supportive working environment for staff. Find out more Recovery and then renewal: the …
 
Jessica Elgot and Martin Kettle run through the week’s biggest stories, including the growing Greensill scandal. Rory Carroll and Naomi Long discuss what’s happening in Northern Ireland. Plus, Aubrey Allegretti previews that all-important byelection in Hartlepool. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
You have a low mood, feel exhausted, irritable and aren’t sleeping well. It may be the demands of nursing work – but could it be the perimenopause or menopause? Menopause specialist and GP Louise Newson talks to Nursing Standard head of news and features Kat Keogh about how to identify these life changes and why they shouldn’t cause women to quit t…
 
Recorded on Tuesday 13th of April, as the shops open in the UK, and England is heading to the beer gardens. The roll out of the vaccination programme has completed its first phase, and second doses have been given to the most vulnerable people - and now the under 50s are starting to get their first doses.In this podcast, Duncan Jarvies, multimedia …
 
In this episode, I get to have a conversation with the fantastic Sarah Nicole Landry who is a body confidence advocate, speaker, writer, model, weekly podcast host, and mother to 4 kids (the youngest of which is only a few months old). We talk about the hashtag #PassTheMic, and why it's so crucial not just to 'sit down and shut up' on topics such a…
 
The synergistic linking of increasing health and wealth is broadly accepted - it's an integral part of the thinking between the Sustainable Development Goals, and the World Bank's call for universal healthcare as a way of boosting a country's economy.But the quantification of that link - the extent to which a particular health intervention, has bro…
 
Two topics currently being hotly discussed in the media and in clinical practice are headaches after the COVID vaccine, and the impact that structural racism is having on vaccine uptake. Headache and fever are common symptoms after a vaccination, but there are concerns about the potential link between the AstraZeneca vaccine and blood clots, and th…
 
Amidst allegations central to the Matt Gaetz scandal, Jonathan Freedland speaks to Peter Wehner of the Ethics and Public Policy Center. They discuss the decades-old pattern of prominent Christian political leaders and commentators, who forgive allies for the same transgressions for which they harshly judge their opponents. Help support our independ…
 
When the 400 metre long Ultra Large Container Vessel, Ever Given, got wedged diagonally across the Suez Canal at the end of March, it brought one of the world’s most important trade routes to a standstill for six days. Around ten per cent of global shipping passes through the canal.Shipping itself is responsible for some 90 per cent of global trade…
 
It has been a year since Keir Starmer took over as Labour leader. Rafael Behr and Gaby Hinsliff look at how he should push the party forward after a frustrating year in opposition. Lisa O’Carroll speaks to the EU ambassador to the UK about violence in Northern Ireland and vaccine wars. Plus, Peter Walker looks at the Green party’s local campaign in…
 
This month we discuss why everyone with an interest in what NICE does should take part in the process review consultation.We're joined by Jennifer Prescott, programme director in the centre for health technology evaluation at NICE and Eric Low, of Eric Low Consulting and the former chief executive of Myeloma UK.You can take part in the consultation…
 
Tara is a doctor from Nepal who has been working at Watford General Hospital for the last year. Initially, she had no intention of being a practicing doctor: she had studied a Master’s degree in Public Health in the UK and had intended to start a career in research. However, her daughter’s illness encouraged her to take a very different direction w…
 
The book The Wellness Universe Guide to Complete Self-Care, 25 Tools for Happiness! Launched on 11 February, the book is already a best seller in various categories. We need more happiness, and Maggie Sarfo is honoured to have contributed to this body of work representing real tools and real stories of 25 global experts in the personal growth world…
 
We are joined by retired fast jet and airline pilot and internationally acclaimed author Michael Napier to talk about his latest book ‘Korean Air War – Sabres, Migs and Meteors 1950-1953’. Recorded 30th March 2021 Contact Us: GetInvolved@aviation-Xtended.co.uk Listen now using the Xtended media player: https://aviation-xtended.co.uk/wp-content/uplo…
 
In this episode, I get to talk with the brilliant Stephanie Yeboah. She is an author, journalist, fat acceptance advocate, and content creator who is passionate about fat liberation and centering plus size people of colour in discussions around body positivity. The body positivity movement is one commonly misrepresented online, especially on social…
 
The evidence geekery continues, and this week Helen Macdonald and Duncan Jarvies are joined again by Joe Ross, The BMJ's US research editor, and professor of medicine and public health at Yale.This week we update you on treatment - the WHO's guidelines for covid and ivermectin, and why they're not ready to recommend it's use in treatment, and proph…
 
No crisis has had the global reach and impact of Covid-19. There have been more than 120 million recorded cases of the Coronavirus and 2.7 million people have died and curbs on people’s freedoms have become a familiar part of daily life in many parts of the world. Just over a year since the world started to get to grips with the first global pandem…
 
Heather Stewart and Peter Walker look at the latest news from Westminster. Libby Brooks reports on the current state of Scottish politics. Plus, Katie Perrior and Paul Harrison dissect No 10’s communications strategy, including a new press briefing room. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
How do you engage disaffected young people who are at risk of serious harm? What can you do as a nurse in these circumstances? Emergency nurse Ana Waddington felt a sense of helplessness at the increasing number of young people presenting with knife injuries in hospitals. So she decided to act. Ana used her own time and money to set up YourStance, …
 
The main aim of SARD is to help improve the NHS, Britain's public health service. Healthcare and IT are ever-changing and we are interested in the ways that we can help it evolve with the growing population. SARD created a podcast because there’s constant change, growth even, in our industry and we want to shout about it – this podcast is essential…
 
Vishakha is a doctor who travelled from her home in India to work in the NHS just under one year ago. She talks about the struggles she experienced in her native country during her first years in the profession, particularly the pain of being unable to provide treatment to those who needed it because they simply did not have enough money: “Seeing p…
 
Having left the EU, the UK is now re-branding itself as "Global Britain", but what does that actually mean? A key plank of the new foreign policy is a pivot to the "Indo-Pacific". How is this seen in India? And how should Britain deal with China, described as a "challenge" in the government's recently published Integrated Review of Security, Defenc…
 
Pav Devsi from North East London NHS Foundation Trust joins us to discuss being in charge of procurement at 25, the effect of COVID-19 on BAME healthcare workers and why she feels HCSA membership is vital to procurement professionals. Intro. Verano Sensual by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5049-verano-sensualLicense: http:…
 
Teddy Okechukwu is a final-year medical student in the UK who creates content online in relation to her studies and mental health. When I first came across her a couple of years ago she was one of the very few UK medical students actually using social media identifiably. She was thrust into the public eye a couple of months ago after winning a mass…
 
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