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Dr Capri & Per Partum join host Dolittle in chatting to Professor Geoff Lindeman, a clinician-researcher in breast cancer - he talks about the Holy Grail of cancer prevention and the work being done on prevention of cancer. Other discussion topics include relationships between the medical industry and the alternative health industry, pig-humans, why comedians die younger, and a recent study lookig at the rates of dementia in people over 70 years of age.
On this episode of Radiotherapy we have Malpractice, Dr Nick Carr, Lexjudicarta and EpiPen chatting all things medical as normal. They talk about a movie called Vax thats been banned from the Tribeca Film Festival, the moves to get a real-time prescription service. Gasorologist Dr Carey Breen also pops in to chat about medical regulation and Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (or APRA). Lexjudicarta also looks into the latest developments in recent bullying incidents within the workplace for surgeons.
On this episode of Radiotherapy, McZiff, SK & Annabolics. They talk briefly about Muhammad Ali & whether Parkinson's disease is trauma induced. Penny Hill, from Students for a Sensible Drug Policy talks about her work in drug policy and their aims to inform university students about drugs and harm reduction. Dr Tanya Serry will be there to tell us about her research into the long term sequelae of childhood language and literacy problems and Dr SK looks at stalking behaviour through the eye of the film camera - and how it is portrayed in the US drama Orange is the New Black.
Professor Ian Harris, author of Surgery - The Ultimate Placebojoins the team of Dr Nick Carr, Dr Peri-Natal and Malpractice for this episode of Radiotherapy. This episode also includes discussion on the upcoming flu vaccine, and psycho-neuro immunology & NMDA receptors.If you or someone you know needs help in regards to mental health, depression or issues relating to suicide please contact Lifeline - 13 11 14.
Autonomy would be normally hosting this show, but she has given birth to a healthy baby! Woo! So she is obviously taking a break and spending time with the bub. Instead we have the all non-pregnant team of Tallman, Malice, McZiff and Anabolics for this ep of Radiotherapy. They talk about what happens when 13,000 psychiatrists get together in a mass gathering. Plus conversations about altruism, how homelessness effects mental illness and alcohol reform.
Tallman, McZiff, Anabolics and SK join you on Radiotherapy this week. SK reviews Still Alice and its exploration of dementia (with spoilers) as well as the idea of what constitutes a bad man. Neurologist Professor Peter Hand also joins the team to talk about acute stroke therapies.
The first Radiotherapy of 2015 is here! Mal Practive, Lex Judicarta, Junior, Dr Penicillin are here with you fresh from their break to talk all things medical. There are loads of things discussed, including utilising 3D printers to create implants, Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus, the relations between screens and sleep, power of attorney and more.
Hawkeye & Malice bring you the last show of the year, and so much was discussed! This includes the the rise of the podcast Serial, trauma illiteracy and Australia's 'Love Voucher'. There are also many guests - the Bashevis Singers perform in studio, neonatologist Dr Andrew Watkins comes in to talk about neonatal intensive care units and Kate & Alessio fromThe Water Well Project talk about their non-profit organisation, helping refugees and members of the other communities navigating the health system of Australia.Radiotherapy will be taking a break for the Summer. See you in Feb 2015!
Senator Richard Di Natale joins the team of McZiff, Sk & The Tallman to talk about leadership and the mental health and psychology of politicians. SK also talks about Robin Williams and recent discoveries that he had Lewy Body Demetia.
Dolittle and Dr Activity talk to special guests Professor Kerry Green about the outsourcing of the Medical Journal of Australia. Head to http://www.friendsofmja.net.au/ to learn about the recent happenings with the journal and what you can do. They also talk to Professor Margaret Hellard on plans to eradicate Hep C from Australia with a new treatment. They also explore what statistics say about the age that you'll die.
This edition of Radiotherapy has the team of Dolittle and Capri at the helm and they have a couple of special guests. Dr Training Wheels, a new medical student, talks about her new career at the Vincent Chiodo Charitable Foundation and Dr Miranda Paraskeva talks about adolescent lung transplants. Theres also a discussion on the laws of attraction - how do we choose a partner and what influence does mental illness have on it all.
Dr Dolittle, Eva Green , Dr Capri and Master Doyle have a pretty packed Radiotherapy. They talk to senior journalist from the Age, Jill Stark about her year without alcohol. The team also talk about what science tells us about gift giving. Theres also a discussion about the recent news coverage of party drugs and whether on site testing should be undertaken at festivals plus a look at how mainstream media influences the publics perception of health.
Dr Dolittle, Capri & Seuss are talk with RMIT's Dr Marg Liddell about PartnerSPEAK - an online forum about helping women who are concerned about child exploitation material viewed by their partners. They also debate the value of the internet in mental health, and the new 'cure' for a hangover, as well the current decision by the TGA to reschedule codeine-containing products to be prescription only
On todays show, Drs DoLittle, Peri-partum, Trainer-Wheels & newbie Dr Pat talk music therapy for cancer, plus a discussion about how old can humans can actually live. With the US Presidential Election race heating up, theres a discussion about politics & personality, and lastly - how can one predict post-partum depression?
We have the vibrant team of Malpractice, EpiPen and Dr Moto for this episode! Lawyer Bob Milstein joins the Radiotherapy crew today to talk about health privacy laws both federally and in Victoria. The team also talk about the ethical and clinical side of health privacy and the relation they may have to terrorism, and lastly the team chat with 'Cat' about her experiences with the human papillomavirus vaccine drug Gardisil plus much more.
McZiff is in the hosts chair for this ep of Radiotherapy! Dr Annabolics and SK are here to contain his acerbic Scottish wit and throw the latest medical and psychiatric insights around the studio. SK talks about The Aviator and the mental health aspects of Howard Hughes. The team also talk about the revelations of abuse in custody within NT corrections facilities, and they all explore the personality that is Donald Trump.
Do you set incredibly high standards for yourself? Do you find your mind focused on past mistakes and unable to let them go? Do you worry too much about what others will think if you don't get things right? Does the concept of failure spark intense fear in you? You could be a PERFECTIONIST! And if you are (or you live with someone who is, or are the parent of someone who is, you'll want to listen to this podcast to find out all about the good the bad and the changeable of perfectionism. The team also look how the emotional state of young children is closely intertwined with their environment & the why & how of health websites. Autonomy is your host for this episode along with Miss Medic & Malice.
On this week's episode, Panel Beater and Miss Diagnosis discussed genital cosmetic surgery, and mythbusted the facts behind Asylum Seekers with help from Doctor Gemma Sharp from Monash University. In the news, the team reflected on R U Ok day, and went deep into its positives and issues.
The Panel Beater and Capri were joined by two experts in body positivity and body image to discuss two differing sides of how we see our bodies. Author of the new book 'Learning To Love Your Body,' Jess Sanders discussed the body image complications of young girls and how important self love is. Jack Haynes, alternatively, discussed his research into the body images of young elite sportsman, and the complications that arise from aiming for physical perfection. In news, the doctors discussed the all time low in alcohol consumption which is spearheaded by a surprising age group.
Epi-pen, Dr. G-Spot and Dr. Mal-Practice collected a glorious mixture of experts for this weeks chock-a-block Radiotherapy. Dr Bruce Bolan the Chief Preventative Health Officer from the Department of Health and Human Services discusses the Victorian Sexual Health Service Review and how it will impact us. Director of the Dax Centre, Charmaine Smith and fellow artist Jessie Brooks-Dowsett discuss their new exhibition Stigma: dismantled, revealed which delves into the mental health discussion hoping to widen the conversation through art. Author Caro Lewellyn discusses her new book Diving Into Glass which reveals her new life after being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.
Hawkeye, Doctor Scharma and Panel Beater honed in on a very specific subject on today's episode of Radiotherapy. The three experienced doctors discussed the world of Public Health infomercials and how the public's health is informed and determined by government reform and intervention.
Welcome to 2019 lovely Radiotherapists! On the first episode of the year you were joined by Doctor Do-Little, The Vincent Van Gogh of Radio (Panel Beater), Doctor Training Wheels and Cyber Sioux! Joining your Radiotherapy team was Catherine Deveny, an author and politician who holds writing workshop for those with cancer. Sprinkled in was the news as well as discussion on Toxic masculinity, eating and how it affects the planet as well as a discussion on digital health strategies.
This week's episode's focus is the Brain. Using their brains to talk about brains are the Radiotherapists Nurse Epipen and Doctor Mel Practice. Joining them were three very special, brain-centric guests. Inspirational speaker and stroke survivor Emma Gee discusses her story and her new book 'Reinventing Emma.' Stroke-expert and expert in prevention of disease, Professor Amanda Thrift explored the ways to prevent stroke and neurologist Doctor John Waterston deeply explores his experience with inner-ear neurology and helps us understand the meanings behind migraines, vertigo and hangover headaches.
In this week's episode Panel Beater, Dr. Do-Little, Dr. Capri and Training Wheels delved into the topics of psychological fonts and saying no to patients. Joined by RMIT Behavioural Business Lab expert Dr. Janneke Blijlevens, the team discussed a new font called 'Sans Forgetica.' Dr. Capri also discussed her experiences of being a GP and the importance of being able to say no to some patient requests. In news, the team of doctors also discussed Nauru, and Rubella's eradication in Australia.
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Podcast Details
Started
Nov 16th, 2014
Latest Episode
Feb 9th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
229
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
No

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