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This podcast explores public health careers, epidemiology, and public health entrepreneurship. The episodes features conversations that encourage you to think creatively and use innovation, while also helping you see public health everywhere.

Public Health Epidemiology Conversations Dr. CH Huntley

    • Business
    • 4.9 • 74 Ratings

This podcast explores public health careers, epidemiology, and public health entrepreneurship. The episodes features conversations that encourage you to think creatively and use innovation, while also helping you see public health everywhere.

    Public Health Education And Social Impact, With Neshe Conley, MPH

    Public Health Education And Social Impact, With Neshe Conley, MPH

    Social impact and education are some of the most powerful tools at our disposal as public health care specialists. Neshe Conley is a public health impact consultant, and joins us on this episode to discuss her work with public health education to create social impact. Our conversation includes how Neshe started in public health, the problems she’s most interested in, and how much Neshe loves the grass-root system that is public health.
    We also discuss the services Neshe offers through her company, Embrace Health Communication and Navigation, as well as how her understanding of public health and epidemiology has helped her serve her clients and community.
    Finally, Neshe shares some incredible advice for any public health specialist listening in. You won’t want to miss out on this episode of Public Health Epidemiology Conversations!
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    • 27 min
    Climate Change In Public Health, With Erica Austhof, MPH

    Climate Change In Public Health, With Erica Austhof, MPH

    Welcome to another episode of Public Health Epidemiology Conversations. Joining us today is a lady wearing many hats, Erika Austhof.
    Erika is an epidemiologist and the founder of Aengle Consulting, a consulting service that is passionate about creating sustainable data solutions. Tuning in, you’ll hear all about our guest’s incredible career, how she became interested in public health, and the public health problem she is most passionate about now.
    Erika also gives us some information about her company, what she offers, and how her understanding of public health and epidemiology has helped her serve her clients and community as a whole. She even shares some advice for people interested in a public health career. To hear all this and more, press play now!
     
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    • 21 min
    Are You The Person On The Team Who’s Holding Up Progress?

    Are You The Person On The Team Who’s Holding Up Progress?

    Anyone who has ever been part of a team knows what it is like when one person misses their deadline and holds up the whole project. As employees and students, most of us can relate to this type of situation, but what happens when we, as business owners and entrepreneurs, are the ones causing the bottleneck? Sometimes when we are in this role, it’s not always as easy to recognize that we are the problem.
    In this episode, we delve into the question, “Are you that person on the team who's holding up progress?” Dr. Huntley discusses the dynamic of teamwork when one person is holding up the team and how this changes in the context of business ownership. This episode covers why it’s so easy for entrepreneurs to fall into this trap and how to navigate the shift from leading as a business owner to following your employees. For some insightful tips on how to get out of your own way and communicate more effectively, tune in today!
     
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    • 24 min
    Effectively Communicating Epidemiology

    Effectively Communicating Epidemiology

    Can an epidemiologist communicate epidemiology without confusing everyone?
    Welcome to another episode of the Public Health Epidemiology Conversations podcast, with your host Dr. Huntley. In this episode, we talk about understanding the definition of epidemiology, why it’s important to be able to clearly communicate epidemiology to organizations both in and out of the public health sector, and Dr. Huntley leaves listeners with three strategies for more clearly communicating on the subject.
    Don’t miss out, tune in today!
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    • 16 min
    Thank You For Five Years Of This Podcast

    Thank You For Five Years Of This Podcast

    We are intentionally pausing to thank the attendees of our webinar, celebrating five years of the Public Health Epidemiology Conversations Podcast. We are also letting everyone know how to grab a new resource that we’ve created especially for you. This resource is free to anyone who subscribes to our podcast newsletter for announcements and updates. Tune into this episode to hear the details.
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    • 8 min
    Global Public Health Leadership, With Candela Iglesias Chiesa

    Global Public Health Leadership, With Candela Iglesias Chiesa

    While a lot of people in the health sector try to become a specialist, today’s guest focuses on being a generalist. She serves the global health industry by being a bridge between people in different areas and specialties.
    Dr. Candela Iglesias Chiesa is a global health specialist with a biomedical background. She is also the author of Build your Dream Team: Leadership based on a passion for people. Through her organization, Alanda, she supports international and local organizations to improve their health projects and save lives through enhancing their use of evidence and data in strengthening leadership and product management.
    She has worked with the Red Cross Movement, WHO, and Resolve to Save Lives, among others. She's also a board member for Women in Global Health Norway and part of the Norwegian Red Cross’s public health roster for humanitarian emergencies. Today she joins us to share her story with us.
    Tuning in, you’ll hear how Dr. Iglesias Chiesa started her career in microbiology and what inspired her to switch over to public health. You’ll also hear specifics about her business, how it helps the helpers, identifies gaps in public health, and is a resource for the career development of public health professionals.
    Tune in to hear more about Dr. Iglesias Chiesa's hard work to improve health equity globally.
     
     
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    • 27 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
74 Ratings

74 Ratings

Angelfish212 ,

A rare find

It’s exciting to find a podcast focused on the broad and diverse field that is public health. Dr. Huntley is a champion for educating & empowering professionals & the public about this field . She’s inspiring & so is each guest .

Former "clean" eater ,

Inspiring and motivating podcast!

I’m so happy that I found this podcast! Dr. Huntley is very knowledgeable, friendly and full of creative tips on how to get started or think differently about your work if you’re already experienced. She offers a lot of clear action steps and is insightful and inspiring. Highly recommended!

SolKissedMama ,

Not Public Health But Love This Show

Like the title says, I am not in the public health field at all BUT I love listening in every episode because I find different nuggets of knowledge that I can add into my life and business!

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