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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE for Public Health.

SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.

    HMF AGE-WELL Podcast: Virtual care and the influence of a pandemic: Necessary policy shifts to drive digital innovation in healthcare

    HMF AGE-WELL Podcast: Virtual care and the influence of a pandemic: Necessary policy shifts to drive digital innovation in healthcare

    Listen to Patrick Patterson, PhD, and Jenna Roddick, MSc, from the AGE-WELL National Innovation Hub APPTA in Fredericton, New Brunswick as they discuss how to maintain equitable access to virtual care following the pandemic. They conducted a narrative scoping review to understand barriers related to the sustained adoption of virtual primary care delivery, and can identify areas in which policy shifts are needed to drive digital innovation.
    View article HERE .

    • 16 min
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    PHP's Author Podcast: Teaching about Implicit Bias in Public Health

    PHP's Author Podcast: Teaching about Implicit Bias in Public Health

    Implicit bias is a topic many faculty/instructors may feel uncomfortable teaching and discussing with their students. In this podcast, Dr. Gayle Walter and Dr. Ronica Rooks, who currently serve on the editorial board of Pedagogy in Health Promotion, speak with Dr. Krista Mincey, an Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine at Mercer University School of Medicine. Dr. Mincey's article, "Teaching about Bias to Undergraduate Students in an Introduction to Public Health Course" is featured in PHP's special issue on the Pedagogy of Antiracism and available for download here: ttps://doi.org/10.1177/23733799211031942
    You can also find the transcript for this episode here.

    • 30 min
    PHP's Author Podcast: Students as Social Change Agents: Service-learning and Social Justice

    PHP's Author Podcast: Students as Social Change Agents: Service-learning and Social Justice

    In conversation with Dr. Tyler Derreth- co-hosted by Dr. Ronica Rooks and Dr. Gayle Walter from the PHP Special Issue: The Pedagogy of Antiracism
    In this @PHP_SOPHE podcast, Dr. Ronica Rooks (@RonicaRooks) and Dr. Gayle Walter (@gwalter1409) talk with Dr. R. Tyler Derreth (@drderreth) about his paper with co-authors, Dr. Vanya Jones and Mindi B. Levin, entitled, “Preparing Public Health Professionals to Address Social Injustices Through Critical Service-Learning.” The authors discuss the importance of critical applications of experiential learning and their work at the SOURCE, the Service-Learning and Community Engagement Center at John Hopkins University.  
    This podcast is based on the Pedagogy in Health Promotion special issue on “The Pedagogy of Antiracism.”  You can view this article as well as the entire issue at https://journals.sagepub.com/toc/phpa/7/4 
    You can also find the transcript for this episode here.

    • 33 min
    HMF Health Cities Podcast: Home health monitoring during the COVID pandemic: Results from a feasibility study in Albertan primary care

    HMF Health Cities Podcast: Home health monitoring during the COVID pandemic: Results from a feasibility study in Albertan primary care

    Listen to the podcast by Health Cities where authors discuss Primary Care Networks within Central Alberta and how they partnered with a technology provider to rapidly implement Home Health Monitoring for patients with chronic diseases. The outcomes are very positive. Home health monitoring has the potential to alleviate the economic burden of chronic disease in Alberta, serving as the national standard for a rapid technological response to a pandemic.
    View article here.

    • 16 min
    HMF Vocera Communications Podcast: Now is the time to redefine safety in healthcare

    HMF Vocera Communications Podcast: Now is the time to redefine safety in healthcare

    Listen to the podcast with Dr. Bridget Duffy, moderated by Dr. Gurprit Randhawa, who has recently joined the First Nations Health Authority as the Director of eHealth & Virtual Care Innovation. Dr. Bridget Duffy, the Chief Medical Officer of Vocera Communications, discusses the Declaration of Principles designed to  expand the definition of safety to include safeguarding psychological and emotional well-being of team members, promoting health justice by declaring equity and anti-racism as core components of safety, and ensuring physical safety, which includes a zero-harm program to eliminate workplace violence. 
    View article here.

    • 23 min
    PHP 2020 Paper of the Year Podcast - Dr. Michael Harvey

    PHP 2020 Paper of the Year Podcast - Dr. Michael Harvey

    An interview with 2020 winner, Dr. Michael Harvey about his award-winning paper, "How Do We Explain the Social, Political, and Economic Determinants of Health? A Call for the Inclusion of Social Theories of Health Inequality Within U.S.-Based Public Health Pedagogy".
    Click Here to view the article.

    • 41 min

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