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Healthcare professionals explore ways to improve the health of individuals, families and communities through prevention, detection and healthy lifestyle.

Latest Episodes

What is in the Air We Breathe? - Exploring Ethics

The atmosphere is composed of gases such as oxygen, nitrogen and carbon dioxide. Other gases are present at much lower concentrations and include ozone, nitrogen oxides, sulfur oxides and formaldehyde just to name a few. But there is something else in the air we breathe: microscopic particles called aerosols. Vicki Grassian discusses aerosols, their many sources, and how they impact the Earth’s climate and human health in ways we are just starting to understand. Series: "Exploring Ethics" [Health and Medicine] [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 33719]

58 MINJUN 26
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What is in the Air We Breathe? - Exploring Ethics

Climate Change: What it Means for Our Agriculture and Our Health - Future Thought Leaders Series Presented by the Berry Good Food Foundation

A panel of experts discusses climate change and its effects on our agriculture and our health, while also offering insights into how we as individuals can work to limit its negative impacts and create positive change. Series: "UC Wellbeing Channel " [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Agriculture] [Show ID: 34568]

88 MINMAY 6
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Climate Change: What it Means for Our Agriculture and Our Health - Future Thought Leaders Series Presented by the Berry Good Food Foundation

Update on California's Developmental Disabilities Services System

LeeAnn Christian, PhD, BCBA-D, California Department of Developmental Services Series: "Developmental Disabilities Update" [Health and Medicine] [Education] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 34663]

29 MINAPR 17
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Update on California's Developmental Disabilities Services System

Active Shooter Preparedness and Response Training: The Campus Setting

What can we learn about gun violence, prevention, and preparedness from mass casualty incidents such as the Las Vegas mass shooting? How can this be applied to the campus experience? Dr. Scott Scherr discusses the challenges, logistics, response, recovery and long term impact for pre-hospital first responders, emergency personnel, and the community. Scherr is an emergency physician for TeamHealth, Medical Director for Sunrise Hospital Emergency Department, and Medical Director for Clark County Fire Department in Las Vegas. He was on duty in the emergency room on the night of the Route 91 shooting in Las Vegas. Series: "Ethics, Religion and Public Life: Walter H. Capps Center Series" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 34567]

59 MINMAR 25
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Active Shooter Preparedness and Response Training: The Campus Setting

Food Nutrition and Politics: A Conversation with Marion Nestle

Marion Nestle (NYU) and Laura Schmidt (UCSF) discuss nutrition policy and research, scientific conflicts of interest, the upcoming Dietary Guidelines, global food systems and more in this conversation about the food industry's influence on scientific research. Series: "Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies" [Public Affairs] [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Agriculture] [Show ID: 34565]

52 MINFEB 26
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Food Nutrition and Politics: A Conversation with Marion Nestle

A Breath of Fresh Air: A Population Health Approach to Pediatric Asthma

Dr. Sydney Leibel is working to develop a multidisciplinary Severe Asthma Clinic to address social determinants of health and resilience in pediatric populations. In this talk he explores the prevalence and cost of asthma. He also looks at the social determinants of health and health disparities. Series: "Lenoir/Hamburger Memorial Lecture" [Health and Medicine] [Education] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 34402]

54 MINFEB 14
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A Breath of Fresh Air: A Population Health Approach to Pediatric Asthma

Unfracking the Future through Developing Civic Technoscience

Premature births, unexplained human and livestock sicknesses, flammable water faucets, toxic wells and the onset of hundreds of earthquakes: the impacts of fracking are far-reaching and deeply felt. Professor Sara Wylie (Northeastern University) describes the fossil fuel connection between climate change and endocrine disruption and how the fossil fuel and petrochemical industries twin toxicities might be resisted together. Wylie also explores the need, and potential, to build alternative public interest databases and environmental health research tools. Series: "Ethics, Religion and Public Life: Walter H. Capps Center Series" [Public Affairs] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 34344]

58 MINFEB 11
Comments
Unfracking the Future through Developing Civic Technoscience

Five Minute Summary of the Exposome and Metabolic Health Symposium by Elissa Epel

Closing comments by Elissa Epel, PhD, UCSF, Professor, Director at COAST and SSEW. Series: "UCSF Consortium for Obesity Assessment, Study and Treatment" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 34095]

6 MIN2018 OCT 11
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Five Minute Summary of the Exposome and Metabolic Health Symposium by Elissa Epel

Detoxify Your Personal Exposome - The Exposome and Metabolic Health - 2018 COAST/SSEW Symposium

Wolfram Alderson, MS, a social impact innovator and expert, discusses how we can remove toxins from our personal ecosystems and our communities. Series: "UCSF Consortium for Obesity Assessment, Study and Treatment" [Health and Medicine] [Education] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 34091]

13 MIN2018 OCT 11
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Detoxify Your Personal Exposome - The Exposome and Metabolic Health - 2018 COAST/SSEW Symposium

Metabolic Health Alzheimer's Dementogens Exposome: The Hidden Epidemic

Dale Bredesen, MD, UCSF and UCLA, discusses how environmental toxins may lead to Alzheimers disease. Series: "UCSF Consortium for Obesity Assessment, Study and Treatment" [Health and Medicine] [Education] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 34090]

35 MIN2018 OCT 10
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Metabolic Health Alzheimer's Dementogens Exposome: The Hidden Epidemic

Latest Episodes

What is in the Air We Breathe? - Exploring Ethics

The atmosphere is composed of gases such as oxygen, nitrogen and carbon dioxide. Other gases are present at much lower concentrations and include ozone, nitrogen oxides, sulfur oxides and formaldehyde just to name a few. But there is something else in the air we breathe: microscopic particles called aerosols. Vicki Grassian discusses aerosols, their many sources, and how they impact the Earth’s climate and human health in ways we are just starting to understand. Series: "Exploring Ethics" [Health and Medicine] [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 33719]

58 MINJUN 26
Comments
What is in the Air We Breathe? - Exploring Ethics

Climate Change: What it Means for Our Agriculture and Our Health - Future Thought Leaders Series Presented by the Berry Good Food Foundation

A panel of experts discusses climate change and its effects on our agriculture and our health, while also offering insights into how we as individuals can work to limit its negative impacts and create positive change. Series: "UC Wellbeing Channel " [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Agriculture] [Show ID: 34568]

88 MINMAY 6
Comments
Climate Change: What it Means for Our Agriculture and Our Health - Future Thought Leaders Series Presented by the Berry Good Food Foundation

Update on California's Developmental Disabilities Services System

LeeAnn Christian, PhD, BCBA-D, California Department of Developmental Services Series: "Developmental Disabilities Update" [Health and Medicine] [Education] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 34663]

29 MINAPR 17
Comments
Update on California's Developmental Disabilities Services System

Active Shooter Preparedness and Response Training: The Campus Setting

What can we learn about gun violence, prevention, and preparedness from mass casualty incidents such as the Las Vegas mass shooting? How can this be applied to the campus experience? Dr. Scott Scherr discusses the challenges, logistics, response, recovery and long term impact for pre-hospital first responders, emergency personnel, and the community. Scherr is an emergency physician for TeamHealth, Medical Director for Sunrise Hospital Emergency Department, and Medical Director for Clark County Fire Department in Las Vegas. He was on duty in the emergency room on the night of the Route 91 shooting in Las Vegas. Series: "Ethics, Religion and Public Life: Walter H. Capps Center Series" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 34567]

59 MINMAR 25
Comments
Active Shooter Preparedness and Response Training: The Campus Setting

Food Nutrition and Politics: A Conversation with Marion Nestle

Marion Nestle (NYU) and Laura Schmidt (UCSF) discuss nutrition policy and research, scientific conflicts of interest, the upcoming Dietary Guidelines, global food systems and more in this conversation about the food industry's influence on scientific research. Series: "Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies" [Public Affairs] [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Agriculture] [Show ID: 34565]

52 MINFEB 26
Comments
Food Nutrition and Politics: A Conversation with Marion Nestle

A Breath of Fresh Air: A Population Health Approach to Pediatric Asthma

Dr. Sydney Leibel is working to develop a multidisciplinary Severe Asthma Clinic to address social determinants of health and resilience in pediatric populations. In this talk he explores the prevalence and cost of asthma. He also looks at the social determinants of health and health disparities. Series: "Lenoir/Hamburger Memorial Lecture" [Health and Medicine] [Education] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 34402]

54 MINFEB 14
Comments
A Breath of Fresh Air: A Population Health Approach to Pediatric Asthma

Unfracking the Future through Developing Civic Technoscience

Premature births, unexplained human and livestock sicknesses, flammable water faucets, toxic wells and the onset of hundreds of earthquakes: the impacts of fracking are far-reaching and deeply felt. Professor Sara Wylie (Northeastern University) describes the fossil fuel connection between climate change and endocrine disruption and how the fossil fuel and petrochemical industries twin toxicities might be resisted together. Wylie also explores the need, and potential, to build alternative public interest databases and environmental health research tools. Series: "Ethics, Religion and Public Life: Walter H. Capps Center Series" [Public Affairs] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 34344]

58 MINFEB 11
Comments
Unfracking the Future through Developing Civic Technoscience

Five Minute Summary of the Exposome and Metabolic Health Symposium by Elissa Epel

Closing comments by Elissa Epel, PhD, UCSF, Professor, Director at COAST and SSEW. Series: "UCSF Consortium for Obesity Assessment, Study and Treatment" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 34095]

6 MIN2018 OCT 11
Comments
Five Minute Summary of the Exposome and Metabolic Health Symposium by Elissa Epel

Detoxify Your Personal Exposome - The Exposome and Metabolic Health - 2018 COAST/SSEW Symposium

Wolfram Alderson, MS, a social impact innovator and expert, discusses how we can remove toxins from our personal ecosystems and our communities. Series: "UCSF Consortium for Obesity Assessment, Study and Treatment" [Health and Medicine] [Education] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 34091]

13 MIN2018 OCT 11
Comments
Detoxify Your Personal Exposome - The Exposome and Metabolic Health - 2018 COAST/SSEW Symposium

Metabolic Health Alzheimer's Dementogens Exposome: The Hidden Epidemic

Dale Bredesen, MD, UCSF and UCLA, discusses how environmental toxins may lead to Alzheimers disease. Series: "UCSF Consortium for Obesity Assessment, Study and Treatment" [Health and Medicine] [Education] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 34090]

35 MIN2018 OCT 10
Comments
Metabolic Health Alzheimer's Dementogens Exposome: The Hidden Epidemic
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