31 episodes

HEALTH CHATTER is a weekly podcast in which Dr. Stan Shanedling, Clarence Jones, and special guests bring a dynamic conversational lens to many of today's health issues.

It's a podcast for people young, old and professional and from various backgrounds. It is intended to bring to light through open conversation the health concerns and questions we all face.

Stan and Clarence have had different health career trajectories but compliment each other through a trusted dialogue of teaching, learning and disagreeing at times that in the end creates all smiles!

Health Chatter Clarence and Stan

    • Health & Fitness
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HEALTH CHATTER is a weekly podcast in which Dr. Stan Shanedling, Clarence Jones, and special guests bring a dynamic conversational lens to many of today's health issues.

It's a podcast for people young, old and professional and from various backgrounds. It is intended to bring to light through open conversation the health concerns and questions we all face.

Stan and Clarence have had different health career trajectories but compliment each other through a trusted dialogue of teaching, learning and disagreeing at times that in the end creates all smiles!

    Feeling Good

    Feeling Good

    The Health Chatter team - Stan, Clarence, Maddy, and Matthew - chat about the importance of happiness.
    What does it mean to be happy? Is short-term happiness and long-term happiness the same thing? How does happiness relate to public health? And These are just some of the many questions we attempt to answer in this episode.
    As you listen in, we encourage you to evaluate your own happiness and join the conversation on our website, healthchatterpodcast.com
    Brought to you in support of Hue-MAN, who is Creating Healthy Communities through Innovative Partnerships. More about their work can be found at http://huemanpartnership.org/

    • 54 min
    Homelessness

    Homelessness

    Courtney Knoll - Supportive Housing Program Director at Avivo - joins Stan and Clarence in chatting about homelessness.
    Courtney has over 15 years of experience working in housing insecurity. Her past experiences - including case management, policy, and program management - offer a broad perspective on this issue.
    As always, Join the conversation by leaving comments and reviews on our new website healthchatterpodcast.com
    Brought to you in support of Hue-MAN, who is Creating Healthy Communities through Innovative Partnerships. More about their work can be found at http://huemanpartnership.org/

    • 51 min
    Sleep and Sleep Disorders

    Sleep and Sleep Disorders

    Dr. Charlence McEvoy joins Health Chatter to explain the importance of sleep and detail common sleep disorders.
    Dr. McEvoy is an internal medicine specialist in lung and sleep health with special interests in sleep, obstructive airway disease, COPD, and bronchiectasis. Dr. McEvoy has completed research in Asthma, COPD, and adult sleep. Currently, Dr. McEvoy is the co-investigator in the NIH-sponsored COPD Research Network and COPD gene trials. Past experiences include Principal Research Investigator at HealthPartners Institute, Medical Director at Regions Sleep Center, Assistant Professor of Medicine at UMN Medical School, Co-chair of HealthPartners Asthma Expert Panel, and Co-Director of HealthPartners Asthma Center.
    This is an episode not to miss.
    As always, Join the conversation by leaving comments and reviews on our new website healthchatterpodcast.com
    Brought to you in support of Hue-MAN, who is Creating Healthy Communities through Innovative Partnerships. More about their work can be found at http://huemanpartnership.org/

    • 47 min
    Fentanyl

    Fentanyl

    Dr. Dziwe Ntaba joins Stan and Clarence in a conversation about fentanyl and the scope of the fentanyl crisis.
    Dr. Ntaba is an emergency medicine physician at M Health Fairview University of Minnesota Medical Center, 2021 Bush Fellow, Assistant Professor at the University of Minnesota Department of Emergency Medicine, and has a background in global health.
    Join the conversation by leaving comments and reviews on our new website healthchatterpodcast.com
    Brought to you in support of Hue-MAN, who is Creating Healthy Communities through Innovative Partnerships. More about their work can be found at http://huemanpartnership.org/

    • 50 min
    Healthy People 2030

    Healthy People 2030

    Stan and Clarence chat with Dr. Nico Pronk about Healthy People 2030, the "initiative designed to guide national health promotion and disease prevention efforts to improve the health of the nation." (CDC)
    Dr. Pronk - President of HealthPartners Institute and Chief Science Officer at Health Partners, Inc; Affiliate Full Professor of Health Policy and Management at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health; Visiting Scientist of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Harvard School of Public Health; Co-Chair of the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services' Advisory Committee on National Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Objectives for the year 2030, among many other distinguished roles - shares his experience and thoughts on Healthy People 2030.
    Join the conversation by leaving comments and reviews on our new website healthchatterpodcast.com
    Brought to you in support of Hue-MAN, who is Creating Healthy Communities through Innovative Partnerships. More about their work can be found at http://huemanpartnership.org/

    • 59 min
    Racism

    Racism

    Stan and Clarence chat about an all-important topic, racism.
    Health Chatter recognizes that this one episode will not encompass all components of racism. Instead, this episode begins the conversation.
    Join the conversation by leaving comments and reviews on our new website healthchatterpodcast.com
    Brought to you in support of Hue-MAN, who is Creating Healthy Communities through Innovative Partnerships. More about their work can be found at http://huemanpartnership.org/

    • 56 min

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