Archives for posts with tag: episodes

mental health first aid koalaOn this week’s episode, I talk about Mental Health First Aid–what it is, why it exists, and what my experience was like when I took the class last week. I also look critically at what’s missing from the curriculum (most importantly, eating disorders are excluded) and how the class could be more interactive and applicable to daily life.

Action Phase is on iTunes. Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Ratings help other people find the show and have the added benefit of giving me a little ego boost!

You can also stream the episode here.

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Alisen James headshotOn this episode, I talk with Alisen James, MPH, CPH. We cover it all: vaccines, PTSD, breast cancer, and moving from the West Coat to the East Coast and back again. And for all you MPHs out there, Alisen gives me her two cents about the CPH certification and its impact on the job hunt.

Action Phase is on iTunes. Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Ratings help other people find the show and have the added benefit of giving me a little ego boost!

You can also stream the episode here.

 

Jeffrey Fudin headshotThe pain doctor is in! Dr. Jeffrey Fudin discusses pretty much everything you need to know about opioid pain medication, how to keep it in the hands of patients who need it and out of the hands of people who abuse pills, and how he thinks we can maintain the balance.

Action Phase is on iTunes. Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Ratings help other people find the show and have the added benefit of giving me a little ego boost!

As always, you can stream it here, too.

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Her full name is Catastrophe Cleopatra Washington, but I call her Cleo.

This week, I talk about the online resources and mobile apps I think have potential to make an impact on public health. Also, my cat Cleo makes her first Action Phase appearance.

Action Phase is on iTunes! Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Please rate the show in order to help other people find it.

As always, you can stream it here, too.

Your weight is not your worth

Source: @loveourbodies

My first solo show! In honor of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, I give the lowdown on eating disorder basics and bust some myths about these serious mental illnesses.

Content warning: includes in-depth information about eating disorders.

Action Phase is on iTunes! Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Please rate the show in order to help other people find it.

As always, you can stream it here, too.

Jonathan Purtle headshotJonathan Purtle explains trauma theory and how the human experience of trauma should permeate the way public health addresses issues. We also talk about Healing Hurt People and The Public’s Health, the only public health blog associated with a major metropolitan newspaper.

Action Phase is on iTunes! Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Please also rate the show in order to help other people find it.

As always, you can listen to it here, too!

National MS Society LogoI chat with Christina Forster, Employment Services Manager at Greater Delaware Chapter of the MS Society about why she loves helping people with MS stay in the workforce and how technology can make their working lives easier.

Action Phase is on iTunes! Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Please also rate the show in order to help other people find it.

As always, you can listen to it here, too!

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Timaree Schmit, host of Sex with Timaree Podcast

Dr. Timaree Schmit, host of the Sex with Timaree podcast, talks with me about being a sexuality educator and fitness instructor, street harassment, and why we have to talk about sexuality when we talk about public health.

Action Phase is on iTunes! Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Please also rate the show in order to help other people find it.

As always, you can listen to it here, too! But watch out, this one is NSFW (not suitable for work).

 

keep-talking-about-mental-health-2In the first episode of 2014, I talk with Joe Pyle, the president of the Scattergood Behavioral Health Foundation. He tells me about why it’s important to include behavioral health in routine medical care, how mental illness stigma can be reduced, and we take a few minutes to talk about how much we love Maiken Scott at WHYY.

Action Phase is on iTunes! Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Please also rate the show in order to help other people find it.

As always, you can listen to it here, too.

NatalieL_headshotNatalie Levkovich is the CEO of the Health Federation of Philadelphia. We talk about ensuring access to health care for all Philadelphians, being a generalist, and she gives advice to those of us who are starting our public health careers.

Action Phase is on iTunes! Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Please also rate the show in order to help other people find it.

As always, you can listen to it here, too!