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#120 Diabetes Remission with New Models of Care with Dr Glen Davies GP
Dr Glen Davies is a GP in New Zealand, and head of the New Zealand chapter of the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine https://www.lifestylemedicine.org.au/. Those who have been listening will know I have been vocally advocating a change to the models of care in primary care, hospital care and beyond. Today we are discussing Glen’s leadership with his community and their program called “Reverse Type 2 Diabetes Taupo”, how it came to be, what it includes, the benefits, risks and lessons learn
#119 Aortic Stenosis with Professor David Muller Interventional Cardiologist
Professor David Muller is an interventional cardiologist at St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney with a special interest in structural heart disease, complex coronary stenting, peripheral vascular intervention, valvular heart disease and transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI), and he performs research at the University of New South Wales.
Today we are discussing aortic stenosis, and I do a ~15 minute introduction on the history of surgery - because it is quite amazing how far we have come!
#118 Childhood and Complex Trauma with Dr Cathy Kezelman AM GP
Dr Cathy Kezelman AM is a medical practitioner, GP, mental health consumer advocate and President of the Blue Knot Foundation National Centre of Excellence for Complex Trauma. In 2015 she was awarded a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for her work in this important area. She is an author of many publications in research but also the author of a memoir chronicling her journey of recovery from child sexual abuse: Innocence Revisited.
#117 Neurobiology of Trauma with Dr Petra Skeffington PhD Psychologist
Dr Petra Skeffington is a clinical psychologist at the Cygnet Clinic in Perth. She has a PhD from Curtin University and a Masters Certificate in Global Mental Health: Trauma and Recovery from Harvard Medical School. She is the Head of Psychology, Exercise Science, Chiropractic and Counselling (PESCC) at Murdoch University in Western Australia.
Today we are discussing the neurobiology of trauma, specifically from a clinical perspective.
Extra: Junior Doctor’s Corner Interview with Dr Sam Manger GP
Today is a bit different, I am being interviewed by Dr Dana Phang on the Junior Doctor's Corner, which is a great podcast worth checking out at https://www.juniordoctorscorner.com/
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#116 Emergency Contraception and MTOP with Dr Sophie Genoni GP
Dr Sophie Genoni is a GP who has a special interest in women's and children's health. She has completed a Certificate of Women’s Health and Certificate of Sexual and Reproductive Health and is an accredited prescriber of medical termination of pregnancy (MTOP). Today we discuss emergency contraception and medical termination of pregnancy.
I introduce the podcast for 10 minutes on the history and impact of contraception - fascinating stuff!
Please note this podcast discusses sensitive topics.