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Providing a look inside the health care system through interviews with experts

Latest Episodes

Professor Paul Aylin, Healthcare Scandals and the Weekend Effect

Professor Paul Aylin is Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health at Imperial College London. His particularly focus is on safety in healthcare, which has led him to produce research on some of thebiggest healthcare scandals in recent British history. In this podcast, he talks about the work he and his colleagues have carried out in…

35 MIN2017 MAR 16
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Professor Paul Aylin, Healthcare Scandals and the Weekend Effect

Dr Keith Grimes illustrates the potential for Virtual Reality technology in health care

Dr Keith Grimes is a GP,and he isa health technology geek. Virtual Reality, or VR, is one of his particular technological passions. In this podcast, Dr Grimes describeshow he has used Virtual Reality in his practice as a GP toassist patients undergoing painful procedures. He also discusses the work of other researchers investigating prospective applications…

25 MIN2016 DEC 31
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Dr Keith Grimes illustrates the potential for Virtual Reality technology in health care

Professor Dorothy Bennett discusses research into cell senescence and melanomas

In this podcast episode, Professor Dorothy Bennett discusses her research into cell senescence, melanomas and the related genetics. Melanomas are an aggressive form of skin cancer that develops from moles. Professor Bennett and her colleagues have been investigating the genetics of melanomas and the markers that could help distinguish melanomas, and moles that are developing…

34 MIN2016 NOV 30
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Professor Dorothy Bennett discusses research into cell senescence and melanomas

Professor Mike Grocott on medical research and Mount Everest

Professor Mike Grocott could never be described as a typical medic. Amongst his varied roles, he is the Director Caudwell Xtreme Everest, and Professor of Anaesthesia and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Southampton. In this episode, Professor Grocott was able to explain to me how he ended up on the highest peak on…

32 MIN2016 OCT 9
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Professor Mike Grocott on medical research and Mount Everest

Dr Dagan Lonsdale on Speaking Out

In this podcast, Dr Dagan Lonsdale talks very frankly about the practicalities and realities of speaking out through the media on a controversial political topic whilst working as a doctor. This is highly recommended listening, particularly for anyone interested in the challenges of working with the media to get your views across to the public,…

38 MIN2016 JUN 11
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Dr Dagan Lonsdale on Speaking Out

Midwifery and Choosing the Right Words to Talk about Childbirth

Lynne Hogan is a former NHS midwife with a breadth of experience ranging from Essex to the Highlands of Scotland. In this episode, she speaks out about the gap between public perceptions of childbirth and the reality, and the variety of ways in which midwives can support expectant mothers through their pregnancy, delivery and beyond.…

31 MIN2016 MAY 17
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Midwifery and Choosing the Right Words to Talk about Childbirth

Myguvu

Naomi Mwasambili and Megan Charles, mental health professionals and entrepreneurs, talked to me about their breathtaking journey in founding Myguvu. Myguvu is an ingenious platform that has recently launched. It aims to link individuals looking to improve their wellbeing with experts who can help them to do that. For further information please visit www.myguvu.com. Naomi…

32 MIN2016 APR 22
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Myguvu

Reflections on Past, Present and Possible Future Learning Disability Services

Steve, a highly experienced and skilled Community Learning Disability Nurse Specialist, who has worked in this sector since the 1980’s, explains in a very accessible manner how services for people with Learning Disabilities have evolved, largely for the better, over the course of his career, as well as some of his fears on the direction…

24 MIN2016 MAR 9
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Reflections on Past, Present and Possible Future Learning Disability Services

Bringing Pharmacogenomics to Mainstream Medicine

Mark Bartlett is an expert in pharmacogenomics, the study of how a person’s genes affect their response to drugs. He is also the founder of the health startup Geneix, which was named ‘Most Disruptive Startup’ in 2014 by TechCity News. Geneix has been trying to bring the use of pharmacogenomics into mainstream healthcare. Mark talked…

25 MIN2016 FEB 10
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Bringing Pharmacogenomics to Mainstream Medicine

Deploying Genomics to Combat Tuberculosis

For this episode of Health Care X-ray, I had the fantastic opportunity to talk to Philip Butcher, Professor of Molecular Medical Microbiology at St. George’s, University of London. Professor Butcher was able to tell me about his fascinating research and the wide breadth of his ongoing work in the rapidly evolving field of genomics and…

27 MIN2016 JAN 9
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Deploying Genomics to Combat Tuberculosis
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Latest Episodes

Professor Paul Aylin, Healthcare Scandals and the Weekend Effect

Professor Paul Aylin is Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health at Imperial College London. His particularly focus is on safety in healthcare, which has led him to produce research on some of thebiggest healthcare scandals in recent British history. In this podcast, he talks about the work he and his colleagues have carried out in…

35 MIN2017 MAR 16
Comments
Professor Paul Aylin, Healthcare Scandals and the Weekend Effect

Dr Keith Grimes illustrates the potential for Virtual Reality technology in health care

Dr Keith Grimes is a GP,and he isa health technology geek. Virtual Reality, or VR, is one of his particular technological passions. In this podcast, Dr Grimes describeshow he has used Virtual Reality in his practice as a GP toassist patients undergoing painful procedures. He also discusses the work of other researchers investigating prospective applications…

25 MIN2016 DEC 31
Comments
Dr Keith Grimes illustrates the potential for Virtual Reality technology in health care

Professor Dorothy Bennett discusses research into cell senescence and melanomas

In this podcast episode, Professor Dorothy Bennett discusses her research into cell senescence, melanomas and the related genetics. Melanomas are an aggressive form of skin cancer that develops from moles. Professor Bennett and her colleagues have been investigating the genetics of melanomas and the markers that could help distinguish melanomas, and moles that are developing…

34 MIN2016 NOV 30
Comments
Professor Dorothy Bennett discusses research into cell senescence and melanomas

Professor Mike Grocott on medical research and Mount Everest

Professor Mike Grocott could never be described as a typical medic. Amongst his varied roles, he is the Director Caudwell Xtreme Everest, and Professor of Anaesthesia and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Southampton. In this episode, Professor Grocott was able to explain to me how he ended up on the highest peak on…

32 MIN2016 OCT 9
Comments
Professor Mike Grocott on medical research and Mount Everest

Dr Dagan Lonsdale on Speaking Out

In this podcast, Dr Dagan Lonsdale talks very frankly about the practicalities and realities of speaking out through the media on a controversial political topic whilst working as a doctor. This is highly recommended listening, particularly for anyone interested in the challenges of working with the media to get your views across to the public,…

38 MIN2016 JUN 11
Comments
Dr Dagan Lonsdale on Speaking Out

Midwifery and Choosing the Right Words to Talk about Childbirth

Lynne Hogan is a former NHS midwife with a breadth of experience ranging from Essex to the Highlands of Scotland. In this episode, she speaks out about the gap between public perceptions of childbirth and the reality, and the variety of ways in which midwives can support expectant mothers through their pregnancy, delivery and beyond.…

31 MIN2016 MAY 17
Comments
Midwifery and Choosing the Right Words to Talk about Childbirth

Myguvu

Naomi Mwasambili and Megan Charles, mental health professionals and entrepreneurs, talked to me about their breathtaking journey in founding Myguvu. Myguvu is an ingenious platform that has recently launched. It aims to link individuals looking to improve their wellbeing with experts who can help them to do that. For further information please visit www.myguvu.com. Naomi…

32 MIN2016 APR 22
Comments
Myguvu

Reflections on Past, Present and Possible Future Learning Disability Services

Steve, a highly experienced and skilled Community Learning Disability Nurse Specialist, who has worked in this sector since the 1980’s, explains in a very accessible manner how services for people with Learning Disabilities have evolved, largely for the better, over the course of his career, as well as some of his fears on the direction…

24 MIN2016 MAR 9
Comments
Reflections on Past, Present and Possible Future Learning Disability Services

Bringing Pharmacogenomics to Mainstream Medicine

Mark Bartlett is an expert in pharmacogenomics, the study of how a person’s genes affect their response to drugs. He is also the founder of the health startup Geneix, which was named ‘Most Disruptive Startup’ in 2014 by TechCity News. Geneix has been trying to bring the use of pharmacogenomics into mainstream healthcare. Mark talked…

25 MIN2016 FEB 10
Comments
Bringing Pharmacogenomics to Mainstream Medicine

Deploying Genomics to Combat Tuberculosis

For this episode of Health Care X-ray, I had the fantastic opportunity to talk to Philip Butcher, Professor of Molecular Medical Microbiology at St. George’s, University of London. Professor Butcher was able to tell me about his fascinating research and the wide breadth of his ongoing work in the rapidly evolving field of genomics and…

27 MIN2016 JAN 9
Comments
Deploying Genomics to Combat Tuberculosis
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