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IHME’s Global Health Insights

Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation

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Dive into the latest trending topics in global health with IHME’s Global Health Insights podcast. Our health researchers explain the significance of new studies, share data related to current events, and help you understand the story behind the numbers.
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Editors at The Lancet Global Health, in conversation with the journal’s authors, explore their latest research and its impact on people’s health, healthcare, and health policy. A monthly audio companion to this open access journal, this podcast covers a broad range of topics, from the global burden of cervical cancer associated with HIV to financing primary health care, the role of poverty in the misuse of antibiotics to intimate partner violence, and more.
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Why are infants dying for preventable reasons? Is it really safe to 3D print organs and medical devices? Is Poverty Porn still a thing? What is Voluntourism and is it really that bad? What does storytelling have to do with taking a vaccine? The realm of Global Health is vast. The amount of challenges seems overwhelming. Where do we start? What does it take to be a humanitarian? Where do we donate our time and money to create the biggest impact? Hosted by engineer turned social impact storyte ...
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This is the Canadian Nursing Students' Association's Global Health Podcast put on by the Global Health and Outreach Committee. In this podcast there will be guests speakers from all realms of global health as well as episodes with specific topic points!
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Dive into the latest trending topics in global health with IHME's Global Health Insights podcast. Our health researchers explain the significance of new studies, share data related to current events, and help you understand the story behind the numbers.
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Global Health Conference Midwest (GHCM) is an opportunity for professionals, faculty, and students to connect, collaborate, and learn about pertinent and emerging topics in global health. GHCM represents professionals, graduates schools, undergraduates, faculty, community organizations, and community members. The purpose of the conference is to catalyze action in Global Health by providing insight into global health issues, promoting a common voice for those interested in global health, fost ...
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Global Child and Adolescent Health

Melbourne Children’s Global Health

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The Global Child and Adolescent Health podcast is brought to you by Melbourne Children’s Global Health. The podcast is a series of conversations with leaders in research, education, and global child and adolescent health. These conversations place children and adolescents at the center of sustainable development.
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The Global Health Collective - With a Local Edge

McMaster MSc. Global Health program - Hosted by Shania Bhopa

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Current global health challenges are multiple and complex, from the rising burden of disease to the climate crisis to health disparities. These are the same challenges impacting our local communities. The Global Health Collective will explore some of these issues and the research and work being done in response. With a focus on the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), this podcast invites students, faculty, staff, and global health changemakers from the broader community to ...
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Every year, around 5 million individuals die due to various types of injuries like road accidents, burns, falls, or violence. Shockingly, 90% of these deaths occur in low- or middle-income countries (LMICs). Moreover, even for those who survive these injuries, disability rates are quite high, with around 40-50% of people being unable to work or disabled post-injury. To address this issue, the World Health Organization has called for the establishment of strong health systems that provide qua ...
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Liam Messin, of The Lancet Global Health, speaks to Michael Udedi and Kazione Kulisewa about implementation science and mental health in Malawi. Read the full article: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/langlo/article/PIIS2214-109X(23)00592-2/fulltext?dgcid=buzzsprout_icw_podcast_generic_langlo Continue this conversation on social! Follow us today …
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Dialogues is a new series from the Global Health Matters podcast where we bring you interviews featuring fresh perspectives on global health issues. The goal of each Dialogues is to break through the echo chambers that exist in global health through in-depth, thoughtful conversations. In this episode of Dialogues, host Garry Aslanyan speaks with Ki…
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PEPFAR has saved more than 25 million lives and provides funding for AIDS treatment and education programs across Africa and into Asia and the Americas. But the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief faces new uncertainty in terms of long-term financial support. Traditionally funded for five years at a time, the program has recently been funded…
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The Global Health Pursuit is closing its first season. Make sure to subscribe to be the first to know when the second season launches. You won't want to miss it. Email me at hetal@globalhealthpursuit.com to get in touch in the meantime! :) __________________ Support the Podcast Click here to send in a one-time or monthly donation Thank you to our p…
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The world is facing a low-fertility future. By 2050, more than three-quarters of countries will not have fertility rates high enough to sustain population size over time. The latest Global Burden of Disease Study (GBD) looks at past and future trends, which have major implications for societies and economies. We discuss the fertility research with …
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In an age where misinformation and disinformation are valid threats to global health, reliable and trustworthy journalism is essential. In this episode, host Garry Aslanyan speaks with two health journalists who might tell the same story in different ways because of their respective audiences. Stephanie Nolen, the global health reporter for The New…
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Today, I'm setting aside the usual guest interview format to share my own experiences and insights as a global health podcaster. I announce a brief hiatus for my upcoming wedding (yay!) and tease the exciting lineup for the next season of the podcast! Reflecting on my travels and work in the medical device industry, I discuss the inequities in heal…
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Nandita Venkatesan, a Tuberculosis (TB) survivor and advocate, shares her journey of becoming a TB survivor and the challenges she faced in diagnosing, treating, and recovering from the disease. She discusses the stigma and misconceptions associated with TB and the need for greater awareness and understanding. Nandita also highlights her involvemen…
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A simple glass of water can change lives. Sean Kappauf is the inspirational figure behind the non-profit 'One ATTA Time', dedicated to tackling the global water crisis. Venturing from a place of personal apathy to launching a life-changing initiative, Sean takes us through his deeply personal journey that transformed his mission to care into action…
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The Global Burden of Disease Study (GBD) is the most comprehensive assessment of health trends and conditions across countries. The latest GBD studies provide detailed analysis of disease burden related to life expectancy, fertility, neurology, and many other health topics. We discuss GBD with IHME Director Dr. Christopher Murray. Read the transcri…
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March is National Nutrition Month. Created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, an annual nutrition education and information campaign is celebrated to focus on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. Since is it National Nutrition Month, I thought I'd rewind back to an eye-open…
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Georgia Bisbas of The Lancet Global Health talks to Kathy Baisley and Ruanne Barnabas about their trials on immunobridging and HPV vaccine efficacy in Tanzania and Kenya. Read the full article: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/langlo/article/PIIS2214-109X(23)00586-7/fulltext?dgcid=buzzsprout_icw_podcast_generic_langlo Continue this conversation o…
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Dialogues: a conversation with Olusoji Adeyi Dialogues is a new series from the Global Health Matters podcast where we bring you interviews featuring fresh perspectives on global health issues. The goal of each Dialogue is to break through our echo chambers that exist in global health through in-depth, thoughtful conversations. In this episode of D…
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War. bombings. Terror. Is history repeating itself? We see it happening all around the world. And today's episode is about resilience in the face of war. In this episode Dr. Amani Ballour, a Syrian pediatrician and activist discusses Her upbringing in a conservative Syrian community Her path to becoming a doctor against societal expectations and he…
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Dr. Chinonso Egemba, also known as Aproko Doctor, shares his journey of becoming an influential health educator on social media. He discusses the challenges of balancing medical practice and content creation, as well as the importance of using humor and storytelling in health education. Dr. Egemba also addresses the issue of misinformation and fake…
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The Western healthcare system is full of rack rage, moral injury, and ethical crises. How can we redefine how physicians deliver healthcare to stay true to morality? In this episode, Dr. Marc-David Munk, an emergency medicine physician, shares his transformative experiences working with the Flying Doctors of East Africa. In this episode, Dr. Munk d…
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It's estimated that 68% of the world's population will be living in cities by 2050. In this episode, host Garry Aslanyan speaks with two pioneering leaders who have taken up the quest to make their cities healthier places by encouraging safe and active mobility. Jesús Carlos Soto is the Head of the Mobility and Transportation Department of the city…
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Can engineering create sustainable change in the world? In this episode of the Global Health Pursuit podcast, we speak with Abe Wright, co-founder and CTO of Design Outreach. We discuss Abe's transition from an engineer at J&J to leading a nonprofit focused on global health. Abe shares the story of the Life Pump, a reliable and sustainable water pu…
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We are thrilled to have Dr. Catherine Kyobutungi back on the show. Our conversation explores the impact of prophets and spiritual healers on people's health across Africa and beyond. We discuss the disturbing revelations from the documentary about TB Joshua and the manipulation, abuse, and exploitation committed by him and other religious leaders. …
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Can breaking the glass ceiling of education shatter the cycle of poverty? Amidst the complex tapestry of global health and humanitarian efforts, this episode is a reflection of my conversation with Ajit George, Chief Operations Officer at Shanti Bhavan, and just my general thoughts and opinions about how poverty can be alleviated. Listen to the epi…
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Imagine stepping into a world where education is the key that unlocks the shackles of generational poverty. Such is the reality for the students at Shanti Bhavan, where Ajit George, the Chief Operating Officer, has taken his father’s vision and helped turn it into a beacon of hope in rural India. Our conversation peels back the layers of this extra…
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Lauren Southwell of The Lancet Global Health talks to Authia Gray and Kevin Ikuta about the burden of bacterial antimicrobial resistance in the WHO African region during 2019. Read the full article: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/langlo/article/PIIS2214-109X(23)00539-9/fulltext?dgcid=buzzsprout_icw_podcast_generic_langlo Continue this conversat…
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Dr. Ismahan Soukeyna Diop, a psychologist and psychotherapist from Senegal, discusses her groundbreaking work in African mythology and storytelling in the field of mental health care. She introduces TAMPSY, a revolutionary psychotherapeutic tool rooted in a decolonial approach that is transforming mental health care in Africa. The conversation expl…
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Maternal mortality is a public health crisis in the United States. From 1999 and 2019, US maternal mortality more than doubled, according to a new study published by IHME and Mass General Brigham. We discuss this research with Dr. Greg Roth of IHME, Dr. Allison Bryant of Mass General Brigham, and Professor Monica McLemore of University of Washingto…
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A new study shows that antimicrobial resistance (AMR)is a significant threat in all 35 countries in the Americas causing 2 distinct problems: a high burden of infectious diseases & countries where a concerning proportion of infections involve AMR. We discuss the research with co-authors Lucien Swetschinski and Daniel Araki, as well as Dr. Gisela Ro…
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What does it mean to be internally displaced? Internally displaced persons and citizens of last mile communities often have to travel miles to receive the healthcare they need. After a mothers long trek to a medical center in Cameroon, Elvis Ndansi untied a dead baby from the mothers back. A baby who had passed due to preventable and treatable cond…
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In part 2 of our episode on the geopolitics of global health, host Garry Aslanyan speaks with Ayoade Alakija, who says "everyone in the health sector must have a basic understanding and training in geopolitics." Ayoade is the co-chair of the African Union’s African Vaccine Delivery Alliance and WHO Special Envoy and co-chair for the ACT-Accelerator…
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In part 1 of our episode on the geopolitics of global health, host Garry Aslanyan speaks with Ricardo Baptista Leite, who maps his career journey from treating patients with HIV and tropical diseases to serving four terms as a Member of Parliament in Portugal. He is also the founder and president of the UNITE Parliamentarians Network for Global Hea…
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How do you change behavior in people who have lived in a system where healthcare is built on the idea of being sick? In this episode, co-founder and executive director of Hands on Peru, Katie Baric, steps into the spotlight to share her story from growing up in North Carolina to bringing a positive public health change to Peruvian communities. We s…
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Dr. Emmanuela Gakidou and Dr. Ali Mokdad discuss the results from our new Pandemic Recovery Survey, showing the health and wellness of 21 countries following the pandemic. Watch the conversation Read the transcript Learn about the survey An independent population health research organization based at the University of Washington School of Medicine,…
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About 15% of people over the age of 30 have osteoarthritis. We discuss the implications for population health with IHME researchers Dr. Jaimie Steinmetz and Dr. Liane Ong, as well as University of British Columbia's Dr. Jack Kopec. Watch the conversation Read the transcript Read the research An independent population health research organization ba…
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A new study shows that anemia impacts one in four people around the world, primarily women of childbearing age and children under the age of five. We discuss the research with Dr. Nick Kassebaum, Will Gardner, and Dr. Theresa McHugh. Watch the conversation Read the transcript Read the research An independent population health research organization …
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In honor of Pride month, IHME's Maja Pasovic sat down with Dr. Shanna Stryker (MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Clinical Family and Community Medicine at the University of Cincinnati) to better understand her work with LGBTQIA+ patients, the structural and social health care barriers they face, the way policy and politics directly affect LGBTQIA+ he…
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More people are living with diabetes now than ever before, and we expect numbers to continue increasing, with 1.3 billion cases in 2050. We discuss the new findings with Dr. Liane Ong and Lauryn Stafford, who recently published their research. Watch the conversation Read the transcript Read the research An independent population health research org…
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Despite being considered a “rare” disease, sickle cell affects a huge number of people in some parts of the world, like Africa and South Asia. We speak with Dr. Nick Kassebaum, Dr. Theresa McHugh, and Azalea Thomson about their recent research. Watch the conversation Read the transcript Read the research An independent population health research or…
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Low back pain is the number one cause of disability in the world. We speak with Professor Manuela Ferreira, Dr. Jaimie Steinmetz, and Dr. Garland Culbreth, who recently published a study exploring the contributing risk factors and impacts of low back pain. Watch the conversation Read the transcript Read the research An independent population health…
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In this episode of Global Health Insights, we explore the impact of air pollution and smoking on chronic respiratory diseases, particularly for people in East and South Asia. Watch the conversation Read the transcript Read the research An independent population health research organization based at the University of Washington School of Medicine, t…
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IHME researchers studying health disparities in the US share the impacts of race and ethnicity on life expectancy, COVID-19 outcomes, and more. Watch the conversation Read the transcript An independent population health research organization based at the University of Washington School of Medicine, the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (I…
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Which states fared the best in the fight against COVID? And which political, social, and economic factors had the biggest impact on their outcomes? Health researchers Tom Bollyky, Emma Castro, and Joe Dieleman join Pauline Chiou to discuss the findings from their recently-published research on COVID resiliency in the US. Watch the conversation Read…
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Three years after we first began forecasting the trajectory of the COVID pandemic, we bring together IHME experts to discuss the ongoing effects of COVID, and where we go from here. In today's episode, Dr. Sarah Wulf Hanson and Dr. Celine Gounder share their research on long COVID – its symptoms and paths to recovery, and who is most likely to be a…
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Three years after we first began forecasting the trajectory of the COVID pandemic, we bring together IHME experts to discuss the ongoing effects of COVID, and where we go from here. In today's episode, Dr. Caroline Stein and Dr. Hasan Nassereldine discuss natural immunity (aka immunity from getting infected with COVID) and the best time to get a bo…
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Three years after we first began forecasting the trajectory of the COVID pandemic, we bring together IHME experts to discuss the ongoing effects of COVID, and where we go from here. In today's episode, Dr. Peter Hotez and Dr. Christopher Murray talk with Pauline Chiou about the lessons learned so far. Watch the conversation Read the transcript An i…
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Three years after we first began forecasting the trajectory of the COVID pandemic, we bring together IHME experts to discuss the ongoing effects of COVID, and where we go from here. In today's episode, Pauline Chiou talks about the pandemic's impact on mental health with Dr. Alize Ferrari and Dr. Damian Santomauro. Watch the conversation Read the t…
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Three years after we first began forecasting the trajectory of the COVID pandemic, we bring together IHME experts to discuss the ongoing effects of COVID, and where we go from here. “To really understand how we can do better in the next pandemic, we need to interrogate what made a difference in this one.” - Dr. Thomas Bollyky In today's episode, we…
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Did you know that only 3% of age-eligible people donate blood yearly? This is a micro episode to shed light on some shocking facts about blood demand and the need for donations. With statistics sourced from the World Health Organization and the American Red Cross, we unpack the gravity of the situation while also shining a light on the global dispa…
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In 2002, Patrick Awuah left his lucrative job as an executive at Microsoft, moved back to Ghana, and founded Ashesi University. Realizing that a root cause of underdevelopment was poor leadership, Patrick set up Ashesi University to train the next generation of ethical and entrepreneurial leaders in Ghana and Africa. Today, Ashesi University is one…
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If you needed blood, but there was no blood in the hospital blood bank, what do you do? Today, we speak with inventor and mechanical engineer, Gillian Henker, who unravels the story behind Hemafuse, a revolutionary autotransfusion device that addresses the dire need for donor blood worldwide. This episode illuminates not only the inception and evol…
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