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Dermatology, Telehealth, and Schools

Dermatologist Professor Rod Sinclair discusses hand washing and the impact of coronavirus on patient consultations; Cyber Sioux talks about the uptake of telehealth during the crisis; Dr Spock canvasses coronavirus in schools; and…

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Dissociation, Telehealth, & Government Health Policy

The team discuss the presentations and impacts of complex trauma and dissociation: New research into the most effective way to quit smoking; The experience of telehealth: And the Federal Government's COVID-19 mental health…

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Conspiracy theories, Throat swabs, and the Economics of Lockdown.

Professor Chris Edmond discusses the economics of lockdown, and Professor Axel Bruns canvasses COVID-19 conspiracy theories. And the team discuss pandemic re-entry syndrome, and the brain-tickling feeling of a coronavirus swab. With presenters…

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Pandemics, Migraines, and Exercise in Iso

Infectious Disease Physician Dr David Griffin compares COVID-19 to past pandemics; Specialist Sports and Exercise Medicine Physician Prof Peter Brukner OAM discusses exercise in isolation; and the team celebrate International Nurses Day; and…

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Keeping connected during a crisis

The team reflect on life during the pandemic and discuss mandatory flu vaccines, Clive Palmer, studying during lockdown, the new Shrink The Virus podcast, managing mental health in this crisis, herd immunity, and…

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Doctors on the COVID Frontlines; and Staying Motivated in a Crisis

The team explore statistics on car accidents during economic downturns; how we deal with guilt and motivation in a crisis; the experiences of online psychotherapy; weighing up the risks and benefits of vaping…

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Coronavirus modelling, Indigenous health, and Med students

Mathematical epidemiologist and infectious disease modeller Professor James McCaw describes how mathematical modelling is helping inform Australia's response to the coronavirus pandemic; neurosurgery registrar and activist Dr Ruth Mitchell canvasses the unique risks…

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Contact tracing, Vaccination, and the Benefits of Gardening

Academic and infectious disease physician Dr Sarah McGuinness discusses the process of COVID-19 contact tracing; Associate Professor Tom Kotsimbos canvasses vaccination development and the effectiveness of the current response to the pandemic; SAY…

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The importance of laughter in a time of crisis

Comedian Michael Shafar discusses the importance of laughter in a time of crisis; and the team canvass social isolation, dealing with guilt and anxiety, health system preparedness, and managing children with COVID-19. With…

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Body Dysmorphic Disorder; and Misinformation During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Psychologist Dr Fran Beilharz canvasses some common misconceptions about body dysmorphic disorder; and the team discuss misinformation, social isolation, and online communication amidst the novel coronavirus pandemic. With Radiotherapy presenters Dr G Spot…

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Coronavirus special

Face touching; personal hygiene; the difference between self-isolation and quarantine; likely outcomes of the pandemic; the Federal government not acting soon enough; and the role of the media in informing citizens. With Radiotherapy…

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Laughing gas, Vaping, and Coronavirus

Prof Paul Miles, Director of Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine at the Alfred Hospital, discusses emerging research on the use of laughing gas to treat depression; Sophie Wallace, Research Manager for the Department of…

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Gender equality, Doulas, and Coronavirus

Dr Pallavi Prathivadi, a specialist GP and chair of the Australian Medical Association's Women in Medicine Group, discusses improving gender equality and working conditions in medicine; Natalia Kondzic, Program Manager for Birth for…

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Head injuries, Coronavirus, and Sugar

Neuropsychologist Evelyn Chen discusses her research of head injuries in sport; the team explore potential ramifications of a coronavirus pandemic; and Miss Diagnosis explores the impact of processed sugars on wellbeing. With Radiotherapy…

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Radiotherapy - 23 February 2020

Dr Karen Hitchcock, General Physician and author of the collection of essays, The Medicine: a Doctor's Notes, discusses pill testing, medical marijuana, and the over-prescription of antidepressants, Triple R Talks Producer Elizabeth McCarthy…

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Radiotherapy - 16 February 2020

Infectious diseases expert Professor Alan Cheng gives an update the corona virus; social researcher Dr Jade Bilardi, who specialises in women's sexual and reproductive health, presents the latest latest research on miscarriage in…

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Radiotherapy - 9 February 2020

Medical ethicist Professor Clare Delany discusses navigating the needs and wants of various stakeholders in patient welfare; new team member Dr Patient challenges the panel on attitudes to mental health, and how these…

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Radiotherapy - 2 February 2020

The team address the psychological health impacts of bush fires; the potential risks of over-screening for breast and prostate cancer; the looming threat of coronavirus; and also examine ovarian cancer awareness. With Radiotherapy…

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Radiotherapy - 15 December 2019

Nutrition, carbs, mortality rates, royal commissions, immunotherapy, gut health, expert opinion, and Gwyneth Paltrow - Radiotherapy presenters Panel Beater and Dr. Sharma take a look back at trends in medicine and science over…

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Radiotherapy - 8 December 2019

Matiu Bush - Deputy Director of the Health Transformation Lab at RMIT and Founder of One Good Street - joins the team to talk innovation and creativity in health care; some further updates…

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Radiotherapy - 1 December 2019

The history and treatment of HIV/AIDS is explored on World AIDS Day; the ethics of accepting gifts from patients; and the efficacy of calcium and vitamin D supplements. Also discussed are the findings…

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Radiotherapy - 24 November 2019

Professor Bob Jones AM - a surgeon who has performed over a thousand liver transplants - describes the work of the Victorian Adult and Paediatric Liver Transplant Unit; recent liver transplant recipient Bella…

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Radiotherapy - 17 November 2019

The relationship between climate change and health - particularly the dangers of undernutrition -  is canvassed by Associate Professor Yuming Guo from Monash University. Dr. Guo is from Monash's Department of Epidemiology and…

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Radiotherapy - 10 November 2019

Cameron Solnordal, Peer Ambassador for SANE Australia, and star of the SBS show ‘How Mad Are You’ talks to the team about the lived experience of having schizophrenia; the team discuss the potential…

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Radiotherapy - 3 November 2019

The team cover poo packs and public health, and why people are disinclined to send their poo for health screenings; surprising new research on codeine and its impacts; plus, the private health insurance…

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Radiotherapy - 27 October 2019

The team talk bunions, feet care and appropriate footwear with podiatric surgeon Dr Omar Baarini; Dr Jodie Fleming, a clinical and health psychologist and author of ‘A Hole in My Genes: A Memoir’…

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Radiotherapy - 20 October 2019

The team canvas adolescent mental health, and chat to adolescent health experts Melissa Kang, Angela Grant, Rohan Borschmann and Ella Cehun, ahead of the Australian Association of Adolescent Health conference taking place in…

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Radiotherapy - 13 October 2019

Join Dr DoLittle, PanelBeater and CyberSue as they talk about cyber attacks and social media potrayals of self help. They will also have A/Prof Hassan Vally, an epidemiologist from La Trobe University, joining…

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Radiotherapy - 06 October 2019

Join Dr Nic, Rainbow Doc, Miss Diagnosis and Prudence Steer as they discuss all things medical news, Green Health, Breast Cancer and Screening for Breast Cancer and how to manage exam stress.

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Radiotherapy - 29 September 2019

Join Dr Mal Practice, Nurse Epipen and Dr G Spot on their cracker of a show as they chat to Rich Stevens from the Stuttering Association for the Young on the role they…

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Radiotherapy - 22 September 2019

Join Panelbeater and Neonatal on a very special footy finals episode of Radiotherapy, where they interview Simone Muscat, a physiotherapist who has worked with the AFLW, and Dr Andrew Jowett, one of the…

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Radiotherapy - 08 September 2019

Join Dr Nic, Prudence Steer and Panel Beater as they discuss everything new in medical news. They will be joined by Heidi & Jess from Quadia, a play detailing the lived experience of…

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Radiotherapy - 1 September 2019

Join Mal Practice, Nurse Epipen and Doctor G Spot as they discuss what is new in medical news. They will be joined by Professor Paul Myles, an anaesthetist who will walk the team…

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Radiotherapy - 11 August 2019

Join Dr Nic, Miss Diagnosis, Rainbow Doc and Panel Beater as they discuss the latest in medical news, the Private Lives 3 survey, how doctors interpret patient presentations and how and why doctors…

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Radiotherapy - 4 August 2019

Join Doctor Mal-Practice, Doctor G-Spot and Neonatal as they discuss whats new in medical news and all things radiotherapy. They are joined by some very special guests to discuss the wonders of Transcranial…

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Radiotherapy - 28 July 2019

Join Panel Beater, Doctor Sharma, Training Wheels and Radiotherapy's newest member, Neonatal, as they discuss medical education and the personal experiences of their very own medical students!

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Radiotherapy - 21 July 2019

Join DoLittle, Trainer Wheels, Cyber Sue and Panel Beater as they discuss the recent Harvard Trigger Warning Study, how infectious disease deaths are rising and current medical news.

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Radiotherapy - 14 July 2019

Join Dr Nic, Prudence Steer, Miss Diagnosis, Rainbow Doc and Panel beater as they discuss what's new in medical news, political prisoners and PTSD and how seagulls are related to antibiotic resistance. They…

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Radiotherapy - 7 July 2019

Join Nurse Epipen and Dr G-Spot on a very special, all female, show. They are accompanied by guest experts Professor Jane Halliday of the Murdoch Children's Research Institute, a highly accomplished epidemiologist who…

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Radiotherapy - 30 June 2019

Join Panelbeater as he talks about the world of musculoskeletal health with our guest experts, Rob Anderson, CEO of Musculoskeletal Australia and Associate Professor Christian Barton from Latrobe University.