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"Is This Normal?" is hosted by Dr. Jackie Iseler and Dr. Patrick Crane of the Michigan State University College of Nursing. Iseler and Crane tackle both tough and light-hearted topics affecting health care delivery in the United States, frequently inviting guests from the nursing field for a casual, conversational experience.
 
Hello and Welcome to the Alabama Football Podcast! We’re glad you found us. But who are we? Fair question. We’re Tom and Dave, Alabama graduates and big college football fans. However, we have a unique and intense passion for the Alabama Crimson Tide. Over the years we’ve spent countless hours talking about the Alabama Football team and one day in 2010 we got the idea that we should turn our idle talk into a podcast, and so was born the Alabama Football Podcast. The original podcast branded ...
 
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Dr. Charles Lynch is an influential, long-time faculty member and epidemiologist at the University of Iowa, perhaps best known as the Medical Director and Principal Investigator of the State Health Registry of Iowa/Iowa Cancer Registry.This week's episode is a terrific wide-ranging conversation with Dr. Lynch, hosted by Alex and Radha. They chat ab…
 
We all know about Florence Nightingale, but what about other nurses from history? Did you know the poet Walt Whitman was a nurse? How about Harriet Tubman? Even the Cherry Ames book series gets its due (Cherry Ames, Cruise Nurse?). Patrick and Jackie invite MSU librarian Jessica Sender on to talk nursing history in honor of Nurses Week, May 6-12.…
 
This week we say goodbye to graduating senior podcast hosts, Lexi Fahrion, Emma Meador, and Alex Murra. They talk about their experiences as public health students and podcasters as they look to what's next for each them.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-a-look-back-with-g…
 
This week's episode focuses on driving safety and the work of the research team at the National Advanced Driving Simulator. Ben's guest is NADS director, Dan McGeheeRead more about NADS at https://nads.uiowa.edu/A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-driving-safety-automated-ve…
 
Eric and Alex chat about the importance of DEI initiatives in academia with Liz Lara, DEI manager for the University of Iowa College of Public Health. To learn more about DEI resources at the college, visit https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/diversity/A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-…
 
We celebrate National Public Health Week with a conversation about partnerships, resiliency, and community and what it's been like to work in local, community-based public health during the COVID19 pandemic. Our guest is Danielle Pettit-Majewski, director of Johnson County (Iowa) Public Health and MPH alumna of the University of Iowa.A transcript o…
 
Rural communities face many unique public health challenges and this week, Radha and her guests take a look at the behavioral health needs and challenges facing rural America. She talks with Dr. Keith Mueller, head of the Department of Health Management and Policy at the University of Iowa and the Director of the RUPRI Center for Rural Health Polic…
 
This week, Ben and Radha talk with David Osterberg about the environment and public policy and how the connect with public health and efforts to make stronger, healthier communities.You can read more about David and his work at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/people/david-osterberg/A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public…
 
This is a terrific episode about language, communications, diversity, and equity as they relate to public health and health care. Logan and Anya welcome University of Iowa College of Public Health alumna, Bella De Soriano as she talks about her work with Healthline Media to create The Conscious Language Guide, a tool to improve patient-provider com…
 
In this episode, Alexis talks with MHA/JD candidates Danny Bush and Sam Cropper. They discuss the dynamic field of health law and policy, the intersection between health law and public health, and how lawyers can be utilized to serve as patient advocates.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/fro…
 
In February 2020, our crew talked about the emerging pandemic with epidemiologist and infectious disease expert Dr. Tara Smith from Kent State University. In this episode, we return to Dr. Smith to talk about what we've learned in the past 2 years and how the world and our society have changed because of COVID19.A transcript of this episode is avai…
 
Listen-in as Alexis and a group of public health students discuss their experiences with student case competitions and the associated educational benefits such as networking opportunities and professional development. She's joined this week by Kaleb Brooks, Sophie Dollison, Kori Thomas, and Mekenna Ollinger.A transcript of this episode is available…
 
In this encore episode from September 2021, Alex and Alexis talk to Dr. Dwight Ferguson, currently of the US Public Health Service. Dr. Ferguson is also one of the recipients of this year's UI College of Public Health Outstanding Alumni Awards. You can read more about Dr. Ferguson and his career at www.public-health.uiowa.edu/2021-outsta…recipients…
 
Radha and Lexi host pediatrician Dr. Rami Boutros for a discussion about vaccine hesitancy among parents, how to address it, and COVID19's effect on children.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-discussing-vaccine-hesitancy-with-a-pediatrician/Have an idea for a show? Questio…
 
This is a terrific conversation with psychiatrist, author, and Peabody Award-winning producer and director, Dr. Kenneth Paul Rosenberg. He's the author of "Bedlam: An Intimate Journey Into America's Mental Health Crisis."Anya, Alexis, and Dr. Rosenberg talk about the challenges of creating work that could be seen as controversial in the eyes of fel…
 
2022 College Football Championship Alabama vs Georgia Alabama Football Podcast breaks down the ebb and flow of a well contested national championship. Well, That’s a Wrap Not exactly how we would have drawn it up, but at what point during the season would we have staked that claim? Perhaps after the season opener but it was all fits and starts afte…
 
Alex Murra and Radha Velamuri host Dr. Elizabeth Walker and undergraduate student Evita Woolsey for a discussion about how hearing loss is a critical public health concern specifically among children.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-hearing-loss-and-language-acquisition/H…
 
New Episode! Our guest is Dr. Bruce Gantz, professor of otolaryngology and internationally recognized expert in cochlear implants. He talks with our crew about hearing loss as a public health issue, how it affects quality of life, and how COVID19 has increased the number of patients seeking access to hearing aids and implants.A transcript of this e…
 
2021 College Football Playoff Round 1 Alabama vs Cincinnati Alabama Football Podcast breaks down the Tide’s workmanlike performance in their CFP Round 1 outing against the Bearcats of Cincinnati. Cincy Proved they Belonged Let’s get this out of the way. Cincy did enough in their round 1 outing, in my mind, to justify their inclusion. That’s not an …
 
This week we welcome Brandon with the Go Beercats Podcast to provide preview the Tide’s Playoff Round 1 matchup with the Cincinnati Bearcats. Highlights Include: Great time to be a Bearcat, or Beercat Desmond Ritter backstory Alabama’s best running back may be Jerome Ford The talented Alec Pierce Blasting Black Cats Don’t snooze on these guys Tide …
 
This week we welcome Zack and Ryan with the Cincy Slangin Bearcat Podcast to preview the Tide’s Playoff Round 1 matchup with the Cincinnati Bearcats. Highlights Include: Welcome to the Playoffs Great time to be a Bearcat All time winner at quarterback Jerome Ford used to play at Alabama Deep receiving unit Attacking Defensive front All America Corn…
 
Logan and Lexie explore vision, eye health, and public health with guest Dr. Christine Sindt, Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences. Dr. Sindt serves patients on the frontline, is heavily involved in ocular policy lobbying, and is also an innovator/inventor/business owner.Read more about Dr. Sindt at https://uihc.org/christine-w-s…
 
2021 SEC Championship Alabama vs Georgia Alabama Football Podcast breaks down an outstanding performance registered by the Crimson Tide in winning another conference championship. Prelude to a Heisman Against a defense previously believed to be impenetrable, Alabama’s Bryce Young clocked 461 yards of total offense and 4 touchdowns. New Center of At…
 
This episode is a look back for Dr. Cori Peek-Asa, professor and associate dean for research at the UI College of Public Health. She's taking a new position at the University of California San Diego, and we look back on the impact she's had during her time at the college, highlight favorite accomplishments and memories, and concludes with surprise …
 
This week we welcome Herschel Gurley with the Saturday in Athens Podcast to preview the Georgia Bulldogs and the SEC Championship game. Highlights Include: Kirby Smart building a winner Quarterback Irony Meter selects a winner Evolving and improving receiver corps Talented and deep running back room Sound Offensive Front Defensive Scheme and player…
 
2021 Alabama vs Auburn Alabama Football Podcast breaks down an Iron Bowl for the ages. 60 Minutes Not Enough Fortunately for Alabama, as it was, the Iron Bowl required additional frames to determine its outcome. In a series that has seen it all, this was the first Iron Bowl requiring overtime. An emotional roller coaster certainly for the fans, but…
 
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