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Showcasing people and projects that are changing their healthcare system for the better, and can inspire you to do the same. We look at what works now and what’s next for healthcare leadership, technology and improvement.
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BMJ Innovations is an online journal focused on emerging digital health, medical devices, process and system innovations that will make the biggest impact on health. Hosted by Dr Helen Surana, our podcasts bring you stories and interviews from the world of health innovations. In our first series we’re bringing you interviews with some of the world’s top leaders in innovation, from the UK, Kenya, Vietnam, and the USA. We talk about their unique experiences and the lessons we can learn from th ...
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BMJ Leader (https://bmjleader.bmj.com/) is an international, peer-reviewed, online-only journal in the field of healthcare leadership. The journal is a place of discussion and debate for the many disciplines that make up leadership in the health services. The BMJ Leader Podcast invites leading players in the field to discuss the most relevant papers of each issue of the journal. Subscribe to the podcast in any of the major platforms to get updated with the latest! Also, please consider leavi ...
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We celebrate 10 years of patient and public partnership strategy at The BMJ with a patient-centred podcast. We ask how should the new Labour government engage patients in shaping the future of the NHS. We also dive into the concepts of social care and peer support, and learn from Brazil's experience in social participation. Highlights: 01:52 - The …
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Women's Health, breast cancer screening, epidurals, and GP voices New U.S. guideline on breast cancer screening have been extended to women in their 40s - Katy Bell, from the University of Sydney, and Stacy Carter, from the University of Wollongong explain why the good intention of that change wont be mirrored in outcomes - and may even induce harm…
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As increasing numbers of mammalian, and human, cases of H5N1 are documented we askShould we worry about a growing threat from “bird flu”? Wendy Barclay, from Imperial college London, and Christopher Dye, from Oxford University join us to explain why they think we should. Our commission on the future of the NHS has released a manifesto for a sustain…
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In the UK, a general election has been called - and around the world, ½ the global population will be voting this year; so in this episode we’ll be talking about how elections and health intersect. Firstly, what are the UK parties’ plans for health? Abi Rimmer, The BMJ's UK features editor joins us with the latest information. The world’s largest d…
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With the anticipation of a new government in the UK, shadow health secretary Wes Streeting will hit the ground running - with a winter season (and it's inevitable crisis) and ongoing industrial desputes with junior doctors. Elisabeth Mahase ask him about his plans to handle these challenges if elected. We also find our selves in the puzzling situat…
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Space Odyssey #205 (27.04.2024) **Season 18** Space Odyssey #206 (Back 25.05.2024) Playlist Archives @ http://www.djchris-b.com Podcast @ http://podcast.djchris-b.com Available @ Deezer Tunein Addict Apple Amazon... And now on MyTuner Radio https://mytuner-radio.com/fr/radio/bmj-radio-490862/ **"Problem on domain djchris-b.com server podcast back s…
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Where next for psychological safety? Amy Edmundson is professor of Leadership and Management at the Harvard Business School. Her work on psychological safety has underpinned so much quality improvement, and she joins us fresh of the stage at the International Forum on Quality and safety in healthcare to talk about the next steps in creating a safe …
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Hilary Cass, the former president of the Royal College of Paediatrics, has spent the last 3 years collating the evidence for treatment of gender questioning young people; engaging with those young people, their families and their clinicians - all with the aim of improving NHS treatment of this complex and vulnerable group. In this interview, Kamran…
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Space Odyssey #204 (30.03.2024) **Season 18** Space Odyssey #205 (Back 27.04.2024) Playlist Archives @ http://www.djchris-b.com Podcast @ http://podcast.djchris-b.com Available @ Deezer Tunein Addict Apple Amazon... And now on MyTuner Radio https://mytuner-radio.com/fr/radio/bmj-radio-490862/DJ Chris-B tarafından oluşturuldu
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Derogation, the way in which striking doctors can be recalled to the ward to protect patient safety, was agreed by NHS England and the BMA. Now, new data The BMJ has uncovered shows that the mechanism was rarely used - and when it was tried, was often rejected. Gareth Iacobucci explains what that means about relations between the government, the NH…
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In this week's podcast: How AI will affect the clinician-patient relationship? Our annual Nuffield Summit roundtable asks how the promise of tech tools stacks up against reality, and how the future of the therapeutic relationship can be protected (participants below). Your code is as important as your methods, which is why The BMJ now requires you …
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The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing a case on the approval of mifepristone for medical abortion - a case which could change the availability of the drug in the US, and which hinges on papers linking abortion to mental distress. However, those papers are contested (including a paper published by BMJ), and some have been retracted already - Julia Litte…
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Social media, and the rate at which the online world is changing, is worrying - especially the speed at which health disinformation can speed around the globe. We look to tech companies for a solution to the problems of their own making - but Heidi Larson, director of the Vaccine Confidence Project, and professor of anthropology, risk and decision …
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With a new logo, and new music, comes a revamped The BMJ Podcast. Every two weeks we’ll be bringing you a magazine style show, more variety and perspectives on medicine, health, and wellbeing. In this episode: Former chief executive of the NHS, Nigel Crisp, explaining why the UK is facing a national health and care emergency (01:22) The guest edito…
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In this festive edition of the BMJ podcast, we hear about what medicine can learn from music, when it comes to giving a convincing performance, and how we can grow an evidence base for nature prescribing. Professors Roger Kneebone and Aaron William of the Centre for Performance Science raise the curtain on the performance of medicine, and we hear w…
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There’s an inherent tension between creating quality standards that are very clinically focussed, and standards which are very patient centred - especially in settings where clinical outcomes can be compromised by basic lack of resources. The use of oxytocin to prevent bleeding after birth is an example of this - WHO quality guidelines clearly meas…
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