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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.

    Eric Topol - Deep Military Medicine

    Eric Topol - Deep Military Medicine

    In the 14th Episode of the Military Medicine Podcast, we interview Dr Eric Topol. A Cardiologist by background, Dr Topol is perhaps best known for his work on the intersection between healthcare and technology - publishing 3 best-selling books on the topic, and also authoring the NHS "Topol review" on digitisation, last year.

    We hope you enjoy this episode, and please do leave us a 5* review and share with a friend if so!

    • 35 min
    Implementing Technology In Healthcare - Prof Trish Greenhalgh

    Implementing Technology In Healthcare - Prof Trish Greenhalgh

    In Episode 13 of the Military Medicine Podcast we interview Professor Trish Greenhalgh, who is a world-leading expert on how to implement technologies in health & social care. Prof Trish shares insights into her work in rolling out telemedicine in the Outer Hebrides, a case study of a failed wearables intervention, and the framework she’s developed from her experiences for implementing technology projects in health & social care.

    Brought to you by Flt Lt James Kuht, and Surg Lt Matthew Kain.

    • 24 min
    The new Director General DMS, Mr Peter Homa CBE

    The new Director General DMS, Mr Peter Homa CBE

    In the 12th episode of the Military Medicine Podcast we interview the new Director General DMS, Mr Peter Homa CBE. Peter offers a fascinating insight into his rise from being a hospital porter to CEO of a Hospital trust, states his four major objectives for his time in the DMS, and outlines his quest to make the DMS the best place to work in Defence.

    This episode was kindly guest-edited by Capt Harry Claireaux.

    • 30 min
    Insights from Scotland Rugby's legendary Team Doctor, Dr James Robson MBE

    Insights from Scotland Rugby's legendary Team Doctor, Dr James Robson MBE

    In Episode 11 of the Military Medicine Podcast, we interview Dr James Robson, arguably the most influential Rugby Doctor of all time. A licensed Physiotherapist and GP, Dr Robson has toured as the British & Irish Lions Doctor since 1995, and more recently has become the Chief Medical Officer for the Scotland Rugby team.

    In this episode, Dr Robson shares his experiences, including treating a broken neck on the field and missing concussion on live television, and his vision for how the future of rugby medicine will play out – with a role for VR and the growing role of the medical team in optimising human performance.

    • 28 min
    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

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