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Population Health Sciences and Epidemiology are thought about as different from one another by some, and largely overlapping by others. Depending on who you talk to, either view might spark an argument. In this crossover episode, I get the chance to chat with Aresha Martinez-Cardoso, Darrell Hudson, and Michael Esposito, hosts of the IAPHS podcast.…
 
How do we move away from the false idea that rest has to be earned, and productivity defines our worth? In this episode, we are joined by public health coach, Marissa McKool. With a history in public health, Marissa shares her story of using her knowledge and experience in public health to build her own business, McKool Coaching. Marissa mainly coa…
 
As Tyrone Layson has learned through his career as a public health professional, medical students are their own population group and they come with a unique set of public health related issues. As the Assistant Director of Student Affairs for the College of Medicine at the University of Toledo (where he is also pursuing his doctorate in health educ…
 
As part of Dr. Huntley’s efforts to bring the public healthcare community onto the same page, she brings you the third and final episode in her mini-series explaining the purpose behind the Public Health Epidemiology Conversations podcast. After establishing why she started this podcast, how it has grown, and why she is still making it after five y…
 
We are underway with our mini-series of episodes that are dedicated to you, our PHEC community, for you to better understand the why and purpose of this podcast. In an effort to get us all onto the same page, Dr. Huntley tells us the reasons why she has persisted with this podcast. She opens up about the podcast’s success and how it has reached hei…
 
It’s been five incredible years of the Public Health Epidemiology Conversations podcast and today we take a look back at how it all began. Our host, Dr. Huntley, walks us through the main reason she started this podcast, what she hoped to achieve by using the podcasting platform, and some of the difficulties she experienced as a new podcaster. We c…
 
Trans health is a growing area in public health. This is largely due to the growing number of individuals who feel comfortable expressing gender identities that do not confirm to binary male and female categories. The 2015 summary of the US transgender survey reported around 27,000 respondents, over 4 times as many as the previous 2008-2009 survey.…
 
As the first half and second quarter of the year come to an end, it is important to look back and acknowledge our triumphs and downfalls. In this new episode of the PHEC podcast, we will chat about how to reflect on your personal and business goals. We learn how to separate these goals and acknowledge that they need to be different; you are not you…
 
The global pandemic has caused many families to live in a state of constant panic and fear. But, with the right tools, you and your family can turn a highly stressful situation into something much more manageable. On this episode of the Public Health Epidemiology Podcast, Dr. Huntley shares a personal story that holds valuable lessons which we all …
 
Leaving your job to become a coach or a consultant, or to start your own business can be daunting. It can also be incredibly rewarding. In this episode, Shannon Salentine joins us to discuss some of the challenges of setting yourself up as an entrepreneur in public health and strategies for creating a meaningful business. Shannon is an executive le…
 
As an entrepreneur, you have the power to decide how you run your business, and that freedom is to be enjoyed! Today on the Public Health Epidemiology Conversations Podcast we are reflecting on five years of business with some tips, highlights, and takeaways for listeners. Tuning in, you’ll hear about the freedom entrepreneurship brings, as well as…
 
Did you know trillions of microorganisms such as bacteria, virus, and fungi are living inside of your body right now? The microbiome can be described as the community of microbes that reside in a particular part the human body. The past two decades has seen an exponential increase in the number of publications related to the microbiome and how it a…
 
This episode is packed with tips and guidance that every public health entrepreneur can use. You’ll want to grab a notebook and pen or open a fresh google doc and prepare to take notes. We’d like to also remind you that the deadline to register for the in-person business strategy workshops is June 30th of 2022. The website for details and registrat…
 
Today’s guest on Public Health Epidemiology Conversations is LaRita Laktonen-Ward, the Program Manager for the Coordinating Center at Good Health and Wellness in Indian Country (GHWIC). GHWIC is a CDC program focusing on improving the health of American Indians and Alaskan Natives through four key strategies; heart disease prevention, diabetes prev…
 
This episode’s guest became interested in public health at a younger age than most. She is a public health consultant, certified health education specialist and project management practitioner who is passionate about compassionate health care and community engagement. Tune in to hear who she serves, what she does for them, and the mechanisms she re…
 
“Be hungry, be curious, and be humble” is Dr. Bryan Buckley’s mantra, and this mantra is what guides him in his work as a public health professional. Dr. Buckley is a multidimensional healthcare professional, educator, and researcher who works as a Fellow at the Medstar Health Institute for Quality and Safety and as an Assistant Professor at George…
 
Our guest is passionate about health equity, diversity equity, and inclusion, and has focused her career accordingly. Dr. Zenobia Bryant is the Founder and CEO of Black Health Black Wealth and, in this episode, we find out why black mental health, black physical health, and black financial health are, in fact, black wealth. Dr. Bryant has a Ph.D. i…
 
Data is a necessity when understanding the issues facing indigenous communities, and indigenous perspectives on this data and how to implement changes within the social context are key to successful interventions. Talking to us on this episode about why this is the case, is Dyani Bingham, board member at Montana Public Health Institute. Dyani start…
 
On this bonus episode, Dr. Huntley recaps the Business Strategy Workshop For Public Health Consultants that was recently held in Atlanta, GA. She shares so much on this episode that you might want to grab a pen and paper and prepare to take a few notes! If you are a public health consultant, then you don't want to miss this episode. For more detail…
 
When someone asks you what you do, what is your response? Are you too technical, too complicated, or too vague? How do you introduce yourself for maximum impact when the opportunity arises? In this episode, we talk about why it’s so important to have a good elevator pitch prepared for the moment when the right opportunity presents itself. Tuning in…
 
The road into a public health career is rarely a direct one. Often students who want to study medicine are introduced to the topic during their studies and, based on their level of interest, find themselves diverting their plans to explore public health as a career. Today on the show Dr. Huntley sits down with Brad Krueger, a program evaluation con…
 
During the 2019 Public Health Expo, Brooke Mootry discovered her passion: matching public health professionals with careers that suit them! She went on to join the Public Health Network and is now CEO and lead recruiter. Join us on this episode as we talk to Brooke about how she discovered her passion, and why she loves what she does. We hear how s…
 
If you are a public health consultant who has started your own business and who is looking for some guidance to take it to the next level, this episode is for you! Join us today as we hear from Dr. Charlotte Hughes Huntley about her public health in-person workshops. Find out who the workshops are for, and why planning quarterly goals (and reviewin…
 
Welcome back to the Public Health Epidemiology Conversations playlist! We’re glad you joined us. Our guest on this episode is Jordyn Fink, public health specialist at the Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Epidemiology Clinic. Tune in to hear all about her work with lead testing and more, and find out how she is working to include technical support for commu…
 
Coming to us from the future, all the way from Adelaide, Australia, is the inspirational Kristy Schirmer. Kristy has 20 years of experience working in health promotion and public health in Australia and the UK and she now works with government and non-government agencies with a public health focus, providing training to help them use social media a…
 
The Public Health Epidemiology Conversations Podcast has a loyal audience of listeners, and we appreciate all of you! A lot of work goes into producing each episode and making it freely available to everyone worldwide. It’s time to grow and reach even more people, and we need your help to make that happen. On this podcast episode, we’ll discuss sev…
 
Our honored guest on this episode is Glennae Davis, author of Yet Here I Stand: My Journey From Bondage to Liberty and Bias and Burnout: 10 Power Moves for Healthcare Workplace Equity, as well as the CEO and Founder of Rx For Life, a health equity, consultancy, and education agency. In this conversation, we discuss her career journey and how she di…
 
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