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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.
 
Tara Humphrey looks behind-the-scenes at the business side of healthcare by talking to NHS and private healthcare leaders. And, throughout this podcast, she also shares her own project management and leadership insights. Tara has an MBA in Healthcare Leadership and Management and Leadership. She is the Founder and the Managing Director of THC Primary Care a leading healthcare consultancy.
 
This is a short series of discussions with clinicians who are digital innovators and have their own start-ups. It is aimed at colleagues in the health service who might be considering the same possibilities. Key themes include the decision to set up a business, the value it brings to the clinical professionals we interviewed and what they believe the benefits of digital technology hold for the NHS. We also look at the challenges to adopting innovation in the NHS, the support these clinicians ...
 
Healthworker Talk is a podcast in which NHS staff from a wide range of services and professions talk to Hope Samuel, a clinical psychologist. They talk about what they do at work and the meaning of their work to them. We hear from people working in all areas of the health service and get an insight into how they fit into the complex organisation of the NHS. Healthworker Talk focuses on the rewards and some of the challenges of the work with a particular focus on the impact of the pandemic. Y ...
 
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.
 
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Our Voices

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Our Voices

Alex Melia & Fascinate Productions

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Immerse yourself in short personal stories from a variety of diverse people. Season 3: Our Voices Through Lockdown gives you an insight into the personal struggles, adversity people have been battling during the Covid-19 lockdowns in the UK. These short weekly stories, aim to show the raw side of humanity. Some subjects are tough to listen to, but a vital narrative in todays world. Scroll further down to find season 1, which focuses on the people that make up our brilliant NHS, to season 2 f ...
 
Be A Better Leader In these podcasts I talk to leaders from a wide range of backgrounds, about their thought son leadership, what it is , how it works in their worlds and how they use it to try to make progress. Mike has many years experience working in leadership development and for 3 years was Head of Applied Leadership in the NHS Leadership Academy.
 
“A conversation with…” include 8 podcasts with 8 NHS staff who have disabilities across 8 different NHS Trusts sharing their lived experiences / stories. Launched during Equality, Diversity and Human Rights week 10th-14th May 2021. Created by Diverse Learners in partnership with NHS Workforce Disability Equality Team
 
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. ...
 
Podcast inspired by Sauna Talk: It's amazing how much I see people open up when taking a Sauna with them. Away from the real world, muscles relaxing and an explosion of Dopamine release. Putting the world to rights and just realising your not alone - we all go through the hard shit in life that for some reason we do not share with others. Sauna talk is going to unlock this with discussing life in general with open minded people from Rossendale Valley about every day life - The Ups, The Downs ...
 
Having a baby on a neonatal ward is a traumatic experience no matter how well your baby is doing. The wires, the bleeps, the medical terminology can all add up to create an environment that can feel really isolating and worlds away from what you had expected when you first saw your baby on an ultrasound. Through listening to other parents experiences and speaking to doctors, surgeons, mental health workers and everyone in-between, this podcast aims to make you feel less alone and more suppor ...
 
“Peer Support in mental health is essentially people with similar experiences inspiring and supporting each other. This unique approach brings a truly human perspective to distress. Time, empathy and understanding become the norm not the exception. These ideas originated in the grassroots mental health survivor movement. Now, Peer Support Worker or Lived Experience Professional (LXP) or Expert by Experience have become paid careers across private, charity and public sectors including within ...
 
Ever felt like you should be better at feminism?Join comedian Deborah Frances-White and her guests for this comedy podcast, recorded in front of a live audience. Each week they discuss topics "all 21 first century feminists agree on" while confessing their insecurities, hypocrisies and fears that underlie their lofty principles. Deborah Frances-White is the 2016 Writers' Guild Award Winner for Best Radio Comedy for her hit BBC Radio 4 series Deborah Frances-White Rolls the Dice. She is an Ed ...
 
A new podcast highlighting Health Inequality as it relates to Blood & Organ Donation and how this impacts the people from a Global Majority background by Primrose Granville ‘The Accidental Campaigner‘ and Broadcaster Patrick Hart with NHS Blood and Transplant, in association with Bristol African Caribbean Expo and BCfm - Bristol‘s Community Radio Station.
 
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.
 
Informative podcasts straight from the Royal College of Emergency Medicine with links to the curriculum. Covering anything and everything EM. Find us at www.RCEMLearning.co.uk for additional resources. Keep up to date by following us @RCEMLearning. Get involved…
 
Do you want to keep abreast of the latest in NHS finance and find out what your colleagues around the country are doing when faced with similar challenges? HFMATalk is the podcast for you. In every episode we will explore the topics that are of interest to you and shine a light on good practice in NHS finance and governance. The Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) is the professional body for finance staff working in healthcare. For 70 years it has provided independent support ...
 
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 ...
 
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Radio Ombudsman

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Radio Ombudsman

Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman

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Radio Ombudsman is our regular podcast hosted by Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman Rob Behrens. It features frank 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.uk Intro/outro music (Episodes 15+16): Rh ...
 
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In this week’s episode: Is the current NHS crisis a bug or a feature? In the Spectator’s cover story this week, our economics editor Kate Andrews writes about the state of the NHS and why even though reform is so clearly needed it's nearly politically impossible to try to do so. She joins the podcast with Isabel Hardman who is currently writing a b…
 
Solidarity 616, 1 December 2021, part 1 of 3, pages 1 to 6. Articles:Requisition resources for the NHSSocial care: the public service alternativeBarbados ditches the monarchy. So should we!Squaring anti-racist instinct with pro-Brexit policyProtesters silenced, not StockProtests against child marriage in IraqNationalise water to stop sewage dumping…
 
Healthworker Talk Series 2 Episode 4 Helen, a senior NHS manager In this episode we meet Helen, a senior NHS manager. She explains her role in pulling together and integrating different health services and agencies to provide healthcare to the population of Leeds. We discuss the challenges in bringing about change in a system that has been battered…
 
What is your experience of racism or discrimination, whatever your skin colour? Have you been labelled ‘defensive’ for standing up for yourself as a black nurse, or stood by silently seething as a white nurse witnessing a colleague being discriminated against due to their ethnicity? This episode of the podcast explores racism and discrimination in …
 
In this week’s episode: Is there any substance to the government’s new drugs agenda? In The Spectator this week Fraser Nelson writes the cover story on the government’s new 10 years drugs plan and finds that while on the surface this seems like a new war on drugs, it might actually have some thoughtful and effective policies buried within it. Frase…
 
Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast. This week I have the pleasure of speaking with Dr Neil Modha who is a General Practitioner Partner at Thistlemoor Medical Centre, Chair of Greater Peterborough Network GP federation and Co-chair of the Integrated Care Provider of the North part of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Integrated Care Sy…
 
A Guilty Feminist Holiday Special In association with Sainsbury’s Recorded 15 November. Released 8 December 2021. The Guilty Feminist theme by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon. More about Deborah Frances-White https://deborahfrances-white.com https://twitter.com/DeborahFW https://www.virago.co.uk/the-guilty-feminist-book More about Jessica F…
 
Following the recent COP26 Climate Change Summit, we discuss, in this week’s episode, the announcement that some 50 countries have committed to reach net zero carbon emissions within their healthcare systems by, or before, 2050. We talk about the role that GPs can play in reducing the carbon footprint of their practice, how to tackle climate anxiet…
 
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…
 
Lee, who now dedicates his life to education and innovation regarding Climate Change, talks about his sense of mission first developing at an early age during conversations with his grandmother. He describes how she “spoke to me like an adult, not a child”. Interactions with his grandmother got Lee thinking: “how can I do something different that w…
 
The Guilty Feminist presented by Deborah Frances-White and Catherine Bohart Episode 283: Learning is Cyclical with special guest Soph Galustian Recorded 9 November at Kings Place in London. Released 6 December 2021. The Guilty Feminist theme by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon. Big Speeches booking now: https://guiltyfeminist.com/big-speeche…
 
Trying to get to medical conferences but no one knows the study leave code, no one will cover your shift, you don’t like online learning, and anyway, you actually thought BTS was an Asian boyband? Your ears are in the right place. With fantastic Professors, Consultants and Trainees, we unofficially cover the best bits from BTS Winter Meeting 2021. …
 
A discussion with our friends at Doctor’s in Distress; a charity which is dedicated to supporting healthcare workers suffering within the NHS and prevents suicide within the profession. With 3 guest speakers we discuss: The consequences of not looking after the mental health of our healthcare workers Increased burnout Healthcare workers leaving the…
 
This week we dissect how much we know about the rising new variant and ask how worried we should be. Will we see much tighter restrictions imposed as Christmas approaches? Health editor Sarah Neville analyses the situation with science editor Clive Cookson. Plus, the Conservatives held the seat in the Old Bexley and Sidcup by-election but with a re…
 
A Guilty Feminist special report presented by Mathilda Mallinson Upskirting with guests Siobhan Blake and Gina Martin Recorded 17 November. Released 3 December 2021. The Guilty Feminist theme by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon. More about Deborah Frances-White https://deborahfrances-white.com https://twitter.com/DeborahFW https://www.virago…
 
What are variants? Where do they come from? Why do they develop and how do they take over?Currently Delta is the dominant variant in the UK and across much of the world; but now Omicron, first identified in South Africa, looks like it could take over. How does that happen? And what can we do about variants?Joining David Aaronovitch in the Briefing …
 
Trying to get to medical conferences but no one knows the study leave code, no one will cover your shift, you don’t like online learning, and anyway, you actually thought BTS was an Asian boyband? Your ears are in the right place. With fantastic Professors, Consultants and Trainees, we unofficially cover the best bits from BTS Winter Meeting 2021. …
 
Series host Mark Orchard speaks to Owen Harkin, Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Finance & Estates at Northern Health and Social Care Trust, and HFMA President 2021/22. Owen talks about his career and also also looks ahead to his role as HFMA President, discussing his presidential theme, his aims for the association, and what members can expe…
 
Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast. This week I have the pleasure of speaking with Hollie Hastings who is the Primary Care Network Director of Strategy & Partnerships - Worcestershire. Once again it is a great episode FULL of helpful and inspiring insights. We discuss Hollie's career to date - she started in the NHS at the age of 16…
 
Solidarity 616, 1 December 2021, part 3 of 3, pages 12-15, inside-outside pages, back page. Articles include:To curb Omicron, requisition Big PharmaSolid action takes grade consolidation fight forwardHospital security guards to strike 6-9 DecemberGoldsmiths union calls for boycott to back strikeDiary of a paramedic: The worst in twenty yearsKino Ey…
 
Solidarity 616, 1 December 2021, part 2 of 3, pages 7 to 11. Articles:For a publicly-owned integrated transport systemDay school celebrates struggles and international solidarityChile: how to build on two years of left-wing revolt to defeat the far right?A life for the class struggle: Rob Dawber, 1956-2001Vigilante violence stalks AmericaFree Khurr…
 
Solidarity 615, 24 November 2021, part 3 of 3, pages 12-15, inside-outside pages, back page. Articles may include:Women's Fightback: Taliban ban women actorsCouriers to strike from 6 DecemberVictory at Sage care homeGoldsmiths out for three weeksUnison battle heats upDiary of a Tube worker: Trying to do the sensible thingIreland: Tories seek to cra…
 
Solidarity 615, 24 November 2021, part 2 of 3 pages 7 to 11. Articles may include:Abolish GCSEs, turn the tide on toxic testingWar sharpens in EthiopiaThe churches and the mobs in the battle for human freedomMore online: https://workersliberty.org/publications/solidarity/solidarity-615-24-november-2021…
 
Solidarity 615, 24 November 2021, part 1 of 3, pages 1 to 6. Articles include:A good time for strikesVotes on pay action in health and local governmentVictory for HK strikersAgainst Fortress Europe and Fortress BritainSudan: resistance committees reject junta dealMorning Star’s Nick Wright praises WagenknechtNeeding right-wing policies to beat the …
 
The Health and Care Bill could lead to major changes in how health care is organised in England. But what is the Bill ultimately trying to achieve and how will it make a difference to the care we receive? Siva Anandaciva sits down with Richard Murray, Chief Executive of The King’s Fund, and Dame Ruth Carnall, former Chief Executive of the NHS in Lo…
 
Louise works for Stop Ecocide International, an organisation which is attempting to criminalise “mass destruction to ecosystems” at the International Criminal Court. Her love for nature came at an early age when she spent time rock-climbing and kayaking with her father. Her father also instilled in her a sense of global awareness. He insisted that …
 
The Guilty Feminist presented by Deborah Frances-White and Jessica Fostekew Episode 282: LGBTQI People in Ukraine with special guests Anna Sharyhina and Vira Chernygina Recorded 16 November via Zoom. Released 29 November 2021. The Guilty Feminist theme by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon. More about Deborah Frances-White https://deborahfranc…
 
A rare person in this episode: The Owen, the first ever gambling peer support worker. Here Owen gives us the lowdown on recovery, what he's most proud of, a fabulous uplifting track and the all-important biscuit debate ... Continues. This is the fourth episode of Peers in a Pod- the podcast all about Peer Support work. Who are we? what do we really…
 
Twenty-seven asylum seekers drowned trying to reach Britain, highlighting the growing crisis of small boats. How can the issue be resolved and what does it say about Anglo-French relations? Plus, we discuss another chaotic week for Boris Johnson and whether a new operation at No 10 would improve the prime minister’s standing. Presented by Sebastian…
 
As parts of Europe struggle to contain Covid cases we ask what that means for them and us.The World Health Organisation has warned that another 500,000 people in Europe could die of Covid by March next year unless countries take urgent action to control the spread of the virus. Austria – the country with the lowest vaccination rate in western Europ…
 
In this week’s episode: Just who is protesting new Covid rules in Europe? In The Spectator this week we have three articles that cover the riots and protests all over Europe about new covid policies. Two of them report the scene on the ground in different countries. Lionel Barber and Nick Farrell write respectively about the situations in Holland a…
 
Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast episode 180 where this week I am talking to Emma Wilkinson who is a Freelance Health Journalist, Editor and Teacher. We had a great discussion regarding Emma’s journey to becoming a journalist, the impact of negative press and her journalistic values. We originally connected through Twitter after E…
 
Are you tired of being told things would be better if you were just a bit more resilient? Or frustrated with well-being initiatives that are put on by well-meaning employers but for which you have no time? This episode of the Nursing Standard podcast looks at the power of embracing your vulnerability and sense of humanity, and examines the dangerou…
 
Solidarity 614, 17 November 2021, part 4 of 4, pages 18-25. Articles may include:The campaign against Stonewall's "diversity champions"1888: Río Tinto and Spain’s first climate strikeRequisition capacity and boost pay for NHS and care!Reviewing the ScotRail disputeRMT calls strikes of drivers on Night Tube linesDiary of a Tube worker: When women dr…
 
Solidarity 614, 17 November 2021, part 2 of 4, pages 12 to 17. Articles may include:James Connolly on the yellow unions in IrelandChina 1949: What about the workers?Building organisation at BarnoldswickJohn Deere strikers face re-voteThe Dreyfus-deniers of the French far rightThe MP banned for being an atheistMore online: https://workersliberty.org…
 
Solidarity 614, 17 November 2021, part 2 of 4, pages 7 to 11. Articles may include:Minneapolis votes down police changes26 November mobilisation in IndiaAcademic freedom: we must fight for itCWU calls for demonstration for New Deal for WorkersCorbynism's fundamental failure was on campaigningCorbynism's flaw was unity with the right, not StalinismT…
 
Steven is a professor and award-winning journalist who has developed a unique and enriching perspective of nature. From early childhood, he reports having a fascination with nature due to witnessing the extreme weather events taking place around him. He describes seeing tornadoes ripping up surrounding trees, some of which almost fell on his house.…
 
Jeremy Hunt is currently the Chair of the Health and Social Care Select Committee. In the aftermath of the 2010 General Election, Hunt was appointed Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, responsible for delivering the 2012 London Olympic Games. He will be best known to many of us for his former role as Secretary of State for Health, a po…
 
The Guilty Feminist presented by Deborah Frances-White and Jen Brister Episode 281: Food Glorious Food with special guest Katy Wix and music from Sophie Jamieson Recorded 25 October at Kings Place in London. Released 22 November 2021. The Guilty Feminist theme by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon. Big Speeches booking now: https://guiltyfemin…
 
Primary care in the UK is in crisis. General practice was already under huge strain, as a result of the pandemic, high levels of seasonal respiratory viruses, as well as chronic understaffing and underfunding, but recent negative media campaigns against GPs, amidst the health secretary’s plans to publish ‘league tables’ of GP practices, have added …
 
This week we delve into the plan for reshaping the UK’s railways. Is £100bn of investment the biggest change in a generation, or will it prove to be a massive disappointment? Chief political correspondent Jim Pickard discusses this with a special guest: George Osborne, the former chancellor and chair of the Northern Powerhouse Project. Plus, it’s b…
 
Jill Bennett talks about Yoga a mind and body practice with mJess Maspes of Funke Yoga teaches yoga and self-care tools to busy professional women who have a lot on their plate between managing their career, business and family/kids. www.funkeyoga.co.uk, Lisa Harwood a Senior Staff Nurse in the ICU at the University Hospital of Wales and yoga teach…
 
In this week’s episode: Are migrants the new munitions? In our cover story this week, our political editor James Forsyth looks at the growing troubles in Eastern Europe and how this small part of the world stage could end up splintering the scaffolding of global peace. He is joined on the podcast by Mary Dejevsky, a columnist for the Independent. (…
 
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