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Hey everyone! Linsey and Quinn are back with a two-part episode featuring a discussion with Dr. Erika Fant, clinical pharmacist, and Dr. Janice Zgibor, pharmacist and epidemiologist. We talk COVID, pharmacy, contact tracing, and more!   (This episode was originally recorded a few weeks ago but we held off on posting it to allow others to focus on the Black Lives Matter movement, but now that COVID is spiking again, we thought it would be a good time to get back in your ears.)    Thanks for listening!  
Linsey and Quinn hop on Skype again to discuss the ongoing coronavirus crisis, compare figures from around the world, and contemplate what it means that some states are opening up while others remain closed. It gets weird.
Linsey and Quinn meet again (remotely this time) to discuss the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, including conspiracy theories and how this is affecting marginalized communities especially hard. Hang in there, everyone.
We're back from a hiatus to bring you an episode about, you guessed it, COVID-19 or Novel Coronavirus. It only took a global pandemic for us to get our butts in gear and record again! In this episode, we talk about the virus, the public health response, and how you can help #FlattenTheCurve (and what the hell that means). Hopefully, we still have some listeners, so for those of you who are ride or die, thanks! Sources:Flatten the Curve: https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2020/03/13/815502262/flattening-a-pandemics-curve-why-staying-home-now-can-save-livesCDC Coronavirus Guidance: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/faq.html#spreadsWHO Coronavirus Guidance: https://www.who.int/news-room/q-a-detail/q-a-coronaviruses The intro and outro music is “Take Your Medicine” by The Quick and Easy Boys. Rate and review us on Apple Podcasts and Google Play and sign up for our email list at www.viral-pod.com.
If you've been paying attention to anything over the past 15 years, you have probably noticed that vape pens, or e-cigarettes, have become increasingly more popular in the United States. But did you know the first prototype dates back to the 1800s? Learn about this and more as we discuss the history and current science (and controversy) regarding e-cigarettes!
Greetings and happy summer! Today we have an episode about the history of blood donation and transfusions as it pertains to public health, helping people recover from injuries and illness, and why some laws regarding who can donate are still out of date for certain populations, especially the LGBTQIA+ community. Here is the link Linsey referenced regarding the FDA’s request for public comment. The period to submit comments ended in 2016 (we were incorrect in the podcast episode) but we’ll look to see if there’s anything new! federalregister.gov/documents/2016/07/28/2016-17804/blood-donor-deferral-policy-for-reducing-the-risk-of-human-immunodeficiency-virus-transmission-by   Other things referenced: bigthink.com/politics-current-affairs/democrats-gay-blood-donors statnews.com/2016/01/22/paid-plasma-not-blood campusrec.unc.edu/2015/10/the-history-of-blood-donation redcrossblood.org/donate-blood/blood-donation-process/what-happens-to-donated-blood/blood-transfusions/history-blood-transfusion.html
Episode 40! Today Linsey and Quinn discuss the yellow fever epidemic of 1793 which ravaged the city of Philadelphia and almost shut down the American government. Also, what the hosts have been enjoying lately! Enjoy.
Thank you to everyone who came and saw us at the 2019 Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) Annual Conference in Salt Lake City! We didn’t do a live show per-se, but rather a roundtable presentation about how podcasts can be a useful tool for communicating to a variety of audiences. We’ll share that info sometime, but for now, sit back and enjoy a story about a pioneer woman who not only was an accomplished doctor and public health champion but also the first female state senator in the U.S. – and an interesting person too! The intro and outro music is “Take Your Medicine” by The Quick and Easy Boys. Rate and review us on Apple Podcasts and Google Play and sign up for our email list at www.viral-pod.com.
Hey everyone! This is a rebroadcast of an episode we aired early in our run. We think the topic of propaganda is relevant still and wanted to re-release just the discussion portion of that episode. Be back in your feeds with a new episode soon! Credit to The Quick and Easy Boys for their song "Take Your Medicine" which is the intro and outro of our podcast.
Sex education should be accessible to everyone, right? Sometimes that's not the case. Linsey discusses her research and dissertation work focused on making sex education accessible for adolescents with intellectual disabilities. Join us for a great conversation! We're also headed to Salt Lake City for the 2019 Society for Public Health Education Annual Meeting! If you're there too, feel free to say hi!  We're hosting a roundtable discussion on how to use podcasts as a tool for health education and promotion! Intro/Outro Music: “Take Your Medicine” by The Quick & Easy Boys
One recurring theme of this show is that people throughout history have used religion and storytelling to explain what was then unexplainable. In today’s episode, Linsey and Quinn discuss Shapona, the Yoruba god of smallpox, and Endovelicus, the god of public health and safety in pre-Roman Lusitania (modern-day Portugal). 2019 is a big year for Viral – stay tuned for some re-releases of popular episodes and a bunch of new topics! Intro/Outro Music: “Take Your Medicine” by The Quick & Easy Boys
Can civic engagement make a community healthier? Is voting a public health issue?  Uncle Sam wants YOU to find out the answers to these questions and more in our episode about the intersection of civic engagement and public health.   Sources: https://publichealth.wustl.edu/civic-engagement-robust-communities/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4374501/ http://plan4health.us/civic-engagement-in-planning-can-improve-public-health/ https://www.cdc.gov/stltpublichealth/pimnetwork/eventdocs/2012/june/06282012slides.pdf https://gradonline.sc.edu/articles/healthcare/why-community-engagement-matters-in-the-field-of-public-health.aspxhttps://ncoc.org/data-in-action/civic-health-public-health/ https://www.prb.org/differences/ https://www.census.gov/programs-surveys/acs.html https://www.lwv.org/ Viral is written and produced by Linsey Grove and Quinn Lundquist. Our theme is “Take Your Medicine” by the Quick and Easy Boys. Visit us at www.viral-pod.com for more information.
Can civic engagement make a community healthier? Is voting a public health issue?  Uncle Sam wants YOU to find out the answers to these questions and more in our episode about the intersection of civic engagement and public health.     Sources: https://publichealth.wustl.edu/civic-engagement-robust-communities/   https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4374501/   http://plan4health.us/civic-engagement-in-planning-can-improve-public-health/   https://www.cdc.gov/stltpublichealth/pimnetwork/eventdocs/2012/june/06282012slides.pdf   https://gradonline.sc.edu/articles/healthcare/why-community-engagement-matters-in-the-field-of-public-health.aspxhttps://ncoc.org/data-in-action/civic-health-public-health/   https://www.prb.org/differences/   https://www.census.gov/programs-surveys/acs.html   https://www.lwv.org/   Viral is written and produced by Linsey Grove and Quinn Lundquist. Our theme is “Take Your Medicine” by the Quick and Easy Boys.Visit us at www.viral-pod.com for more information.
Public Health deserves a gold star for vaccinations–and an asterisk acknowledging the dark history around its development.  We dive into the history of measles and talk about the anti-vaccination movement and how it’s bringing this vintage disease back like hipsters and handlebar mustaches. Sources: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/health-fitness/body/measles-back-vengeance-anti-vaccination-movement-blame/ http://pinellas.floridahealth.gov/newsroom/2018/08/measles-cases-8-28-2018.html https://www.historyofvaccines.org/content/articles/history-anti-vaccination-movements Viral is written and produced by Linsey Grove and Quinn Lundquist. Our theme is “Take Your Medicine” by the Quick and Easy Boys. Visit us at www.viral-pod.com for more information.
Public Health deserves a gold star for vaccinations--and an asterisk acknowledging the dark history around its development.  We dive into the history of measles and talk about the anti-vaccination movement and how it's bringing this vintage disease back like hipsters and handlebar mustaches.  Sources:   https://www.telegraph.co.uk/health-fitness/body/measles-back-vengeance-anti-vaccination-movement-blame/ http://pinellas.floridahealth.gov/newsroom/2018/08/measles-cases-8-28-2018.html  https://www.historyofvaccines.org/content/articles/history-anti-vaccination-movements  Viral is written and produced by Linsey Grove and Quinn Lundquist. Our theme is “Take Your Medicine” by the Quick and Easy Boys.Visit us at www.viral-pod.com for more information.
We’re back at it — inoculating your mind against ignorance! Check out the second episode of transduction where we talk about two completely different public health topics! Sources: Link 1; Link 2; Link 3 Viral is written and produced by Linsey Grove and Quinn Lundquist. Our theme is “Take Your Medicine” by the Quick and Easy Boys. Visit us at www.viral-pod.com for more information.
We're back at it -- inoculating your mind against ignorance! Check out the second episode of transduction where we talk about two completely different public health topics! Sources: Link 1; Link 2; Link 3 Viral is written and produced by Linsey Grove and Quinn Lundquist. Our theme is “Take Your Medicine” by the Quick and Easy Boys.Visit us at www.viral-pod.com for more information.
Get ready to be inoculated with some surprising knowledge bits about interesting public health topics. We’re not going to spoil the surprise, so sit back and enjoy the show! Link to Final Forms Article: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/04/07/final-forms Viral is written and produced by Linsey Grove and Quinn Lundquist. Our theme is “Take Your Medicine” by the Quick and Easy Boys. Visit us at www.viral-pod.com for more information.
Get ready to be inoculated with some surprising knowledge bits about interesting public health topics. We're not going to spoil the surprise, so sit back and enjoy the show!  Link to Final Forms Article: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/04/07/final-forms Viral is written and produced by Linsey Grove and Quinn Lundquist. Our theme is “Take Your Medicine” by the Quick and Easy Boys.Visit us at www.viral-pod.com for more information.
Love your weekends? We do too!  But we haven’t always had weekends, minimum wage, and child labor laws; the Labor Movement changed all of that.  We talk about the history of the Labor Movement and how it has impacted Public Health. Black Lung Disease Article:  https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2018/04/09/600990115/ky-lawmakers-didnt-consult-federal-experts-about-limiting-black-lung-claims-revi The Jungle:  https://www.amazon.com/Jungle-Upton-Sinclair/dp/1543285708 Viral is written and produced by Linsey Grove and Quinn Lundquist. Our theme is “Take Your Medicine” by the Quick and Easy Boys. Visit us at www.viral-pod.com for more information.
How do we partner with others on new or non-traditional health issues like housing or climate change? How do we break down our silos across discipline, industry, and sector? We discuss strategies and lessons learned with Maria Sgambati and Carson Bell from Physicians for Social Responsibility in this episode of Viral. What to learn more about PSR? Check out these links: Physicians for Social Responsibility Florida: www.psrflorida.org PSR Report: Too Dirty, Too Dangerous: Why Health Professionals Reject Natural Gas: https://www.psr.org/blog/resource/fracking-too-dirty-too-dangerous/ My Green Doctor: http://www.mygreendoctor.org/ Contact information for PSR Florida: Carson Bell:  carson@psrflorida.org Viral is written and produced by Linsey Grove and Quinn Lundquist. Our theme is “Take Your Medicine” by the Quick and Easy Boys. Visit us at www.viral-pod.com for more information.
How do we partner with others on new or non-traditional health issues like housing or climate change? How do we break down our silos across discipline, industry, and sector? We discuss strategies and lessons learned with Maria Sgambati and Carson Bell from Physicians for Social Responsibility in this episode of Viral. What to learn more about PSR? Check out these links: Physicians for Social Responsibility Florida: www.psrflorida.org  PSR Report: Too Dirty, Too Dangerous: Why Health Professionals Reject Natural Gas: https://www.psr.org/blog/resource/fracking-too-dirty-too-dangerous/ My Green Doctor: http://www.mygreendoctor.org/ Contact information for PSR Florida:Carson Bell:  carson@psrflorida.org Viral is written and produced by Linsey Grove and Quinn Lundquist. Our theme is “Take Your Medicine” by the Quick and Easy Boys.Visit us at www.viral-pod.com for more information.
Imagine a world where diseases that once were easily treatable wreak havoc on our species. This may sound like the plot of a dystopian sci-fi novel but it could be the real future of humanity.  We talk about antibiotic resistance and how we can be better stewards of medicine in this episode. Viral is written and produced by Linsey Grove and Quinn Lundquist. Our theme is “Take Your Medicine” by the Quick and Easy Boys.Visit us at www.viral-pod.com for more information.
Love your weekends? We do too!  But we haven’t always had weekends, minimum wage, and child labor laws; the Labor Movement changed all of that.  We talk about the history of the Labor Movement and how it has impacted Public Health. Black Lung Disease Article:  https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2018/04/09/600990115/ky-lawmakers-didnt-consult-federal-experts-about-limiting-black-lung-claims-revi The Jungle:  https://www.amazon.com/Jungle-Upton-Sinclair/dp/1543285708 Viral is written and produced by Linsey Grove and Quinn Lundquist. Our theme is “Take Your Medicine” by the Quick and Easy Boys. Visit us at www.viral-pod.com for more information.
  Love your weekends? We do too!  But we haven't always had weekends, minimum wage, and child labor laws; the Labor Movement changed all of that.  We talk about the history of the Labor Movement and how it has impacted Public Health. Black Lung Disease Article:  https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2018/04/09/600990115/ky-lawmakers-didnt-consult-federal-experts-about-limiting-black-lung-claims-reviThe Jungle:  https://www.amazon.com/Jungle-Upton-Sinclair/dp/1543285708 Viral is written and produced by Linsey Grove and Quinn Lundquist. Our theme is “Take Your Medicine” by the Quick and Easy Boys.Visit us at www.viral-pod.com for more information.
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Podcast Details

Created by
Linsey Grove & Quinn Lundquist
Podcast Status
Hiatus/Finished
Started
Mar 9th, 2017
Latest Episode
Jun 30th, 2020
Release Period
Daily
Episodes
84
Avg. Episode Length
39 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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