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Flight Lieutenant James Kuht & Surgeon Lieutenant Matt Kain bring you the best in Military Medical Innovation in a concise, monthly podcast.

The Military Medicine Podcast James Kuht & Matt Kain

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Flight Lieutenant James Kuht & Surgeon Lieutenant Matt Kain bring you the best in Military Medical Innovation in a concise, monthly podcast.

    Precision Medicine - Dr Daniel Kraft

    Precision Medicine - Dr Daniel Kraft

    There aren’t many areas of medical innovation we don’t touch on with the fascinating Dr Daniel Kraft in this episode! Daniel takes us through his thoughts on panomics, 3D printing, wearables, “invisibles”, and his vision for “connected health”, as well as telling us how he looks after his telomeres!

    Daniel is a Stanford Medicine Graduate, who then went to the International Space University, and went on to become a flight surgeon on an F15 squadron. He has since become one of the most celebrated medical innovators of our generation, featuring in a multi-million viewed TED talk, and founding the “Exponential Medicine” conference as a part of Singularity University.

    • 24 min
    Regenerative Medicine - Dr Wendy Dean

    Regenerative Medicine - Dr Wendy Dean

    In the 9th episode of the Military Medicine Podcast, Matt interviews Dr Wendy Dean about Regenerative Medicine. Dr Dean is the Senior VP of Program Operations at the Henry Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine. Dr Dean discusses the incredible potential Regenerative medicine, what it means for our soldiers today and in the future, but why we need to be cautious of over-hyping it just yet.

    • 19 min
    Compassionate Healthcare Leadership - Stephen Hart, MD of the NHS Leadership Academy

    Compassionate Healthcare Leadership - Stephen Hart, MD of the NHS Leadership Academy

    What is the single most important quality of a healthcare leader?
    Do clinicians or non-clinicians make better leaders?
    Does "Generation Snowflake" require different leadership?

    We ask former Marine Officer, and now Managing Director of the NHS Leadership academy, Steve Hart, these questions and more, in episode 8 of the Military Medicine Podcast. Hosted by Flt Lt James Kuht & Surg Lt Matt Kain.

    • 23 min
    "Nudging" people to better health – with Hugo Harper

    "Nudging" people to better health – with Hugo Harper

    We interview the fascinating Hugo Harper, formerly Head of Health (now Director) at the Nudge Unit. We ask him about some of the 500 Randomised controlled trials the unit has conducted that explore how health behaviours can be “nudged” for the better by behavioural science. Hugo also gives you a framework you can use to make such behavioural science interventions in your day-to-day work and change management.

    • 20 min
    The mHealth revolution. First-hand experiences - Lt Col Norman Jones & Dr Dan Leightley

    The mHealth revolution. First-hand experiences - Lt Col Norman Jones & Dr Dan Leightley

    In episode 6 we interview Lt Col Norman Jones & Dr Dan Leightley, who work at Kings Centre for Military Health Research, and have recently developed a healthcare phone app called “InDEx” – which helps ex-service personnel reduce their alcohol consumption. In the podcast, Lt Col Jones & Dan take us through what the app does, how they developed it, and what the broader opportunities and challenges are for developing healthcare apps in the future.

    • 25 min
    Tackling Ebola - Major Tom Fletcher

    Tackling Ebola - Major Tom Fletcher

    Flight Lieutenant James Kuht & Surgeon Lieutenant Matt Kain bring you the fifth episode of the Military Medicine Podcast, in which we interview the fascinating Major Tom Fletcher - an expert in Viral Haemorrhagic Fevers (VHF's), such as Ebola. Tom tells us about his experiences treating Ebola patients first hand, how they'd celebrate & hug the survivors on discharge to re-integrate them into society, and which VHF he thinks is even worse than Ebola.

    • 18 min

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