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Humans of Healthcare Podcast

Health & Wellness Podcasts

Humans of Healthcare is a podcast show for University of Leeds students and senior staff in healthcare to talk about the challenges they have encountered and how they have dealt with them.

Humans of Healthcare is a podcast show for University of Leeds students and senior staff in healthcare to talk about the challenges they have encountered and how they have dealt with them.

Location:

United Kingdom

Description:

Humans of Healthcare is a podcast show for University of Leeds students and senior staff in healthcare to talk about the challenges they have encountered and how they have dealt with them.

Language:

English

Contact:

0113 34 35629


Episodes

Transitioning Well - Jonathon Darling

11/28/2021
In this series we explore the transition from being MB ChB students into being working doctors. In this episode we have a discussion between Imogen Bicknell who is a Foundation Year 2 doctor, and Jonathon Darling, who is the Director of Student Support at the University of Leeds and a Consultant Paediatrician, about their experiences transitioning into professional life as a doctor.

Duration:00:53:38

Transitioning Well - Abdelkader Harous

11/28/2021
In this series we explore the transition from being MB ChB students into being working doctors. Here we have a conversation between Imogen Bicknell and Abdelkader Harous, who shares his experience transitioning to being a FY1 doctor in the NHS having trained in Dubai.

Duration:00:39:42

Transitioning Well - John Barker

11/28/2021
In this series we explore the transition from being MB ChB students into being working doctors. In this episode we hear a conversation between Kaat Marynissen, an FY3 doctor, and John Barke, who is an ST5 Registrar in general adult psychiatry and an NIHR funded academic clinical fellow. They discuss John's unconventional route in medicine and how that affected his experience transitioning into being an FY1 doctor.

Duration:00:58:59

028 - Michelle Ellwood - Reflections on Covid-19

11/2/2021
In this episode Joe talks to Michelle Ellwood about her reflections on Covid-19 and its effects on student education.

Duration:00:34:16

Arts for Wellbeing 003 - Wendy Neill - Giving Voice Choir

9/19/2021
In this ramble, speech and language therapist Wendy Neill talks about her experiences setting up the Giving Voice Choir for adults with neurological disorders and their carers. She discusses the positive effect that singing as had, not just on those who attend the choir but on her too.

Duration:00:07:00

027 - Georgia Bowers - UK Care Homes, COVID-19 and Theatre

9/5/2021
In this episode, Amelia talks to Applied Theatre Practitioner Georgia Bowers, about her experiences working in a care home during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Duration:00:31:32

Arts for Wellbeing 002 - Georgia Bowers - Theatre Practice in a Care Home

8/16/2021
In this episode, applied theatre practitioner Georgia Bowers, shares her experience of working in a care home during the Covid-19 pandemic. She talks about the benefits and challenges of producing theatre workshops with the strict safety restrictions imposed by the pandemic.

Duration:00:08:49

Arts for Wellbeing 001 - Emma Storr - Writing for Wellbeing

7/22/2021
In the first episode of this new series exploring how people use the arts as a means to help their mental health and wellbeing, Emma Storr shares some of her poetry inspired by her time working as a GP, as well as some of her thoughts on writing. BMA Wellbeing Support Service: confidential counselling and peer support for all doctors and medical students, available 24/7. Call 0330 123 1245

Duration:00:09:59

Arts for Wellbeing 001 - Emma Storr - Writing For Wellbeing

7/19/2021
In the first episode of this new series exploring how people use the arts as a means to help their mental health and wellbeing, Emma Storr shares some of her poetry inspired by her time working as a GP, as well as some of her thoughts on writing. BMA Wellbeing Support Service: confidential counselling and peer support for all doctors and medical students, available 24/7. Call 0330 123 1245

Duration:00:03:56

026 - Alison Conyers- Working with learning difficulties and autism

3/15/2021
In this episode Joe talk to Alison Conyer's who is the Head of the Learning Difficulties and Autism Service with in the Leeds teaching Hospital Trust, about how that service works and how it has been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Duration:00:32:39

025 - Maddy Dann - Experiencing Burnout

3/1/2021
In this episode Amelia talks to Dr. Maddy Dann about her experience of burnout whilst working as a A&E doctor. You can find her on Instagram or on Twtitter @maddylucydann, where you can also find links to her YouTube channel.

Duration:00:26:12

024 - Dr. Imogen Bicknell - Burnout

2/15/2021
In this episode Joe talks to Dr. Imogen Bicknell, who is an FY2 doctor working in Pinderfields Hospital, about her experiences of burning out as a junior doctor during the Covid-19 pandemic. One of the resources mentioned in the episode is the Take Time counselling service for doctors, here is a link to their website - https://heeyh-deanery-live.azurewebsites.net/sites/default/files/take_time1.pdf

Duration:00:31:15

023 - Lizzie Mitchell - Working as a Healthcare Assistant

2/2/2021
In this episode Ameilia tralks to Lizzie Mitchell, about her experience becoming a healthcare assistant during the pandemic, and the stresses of entering a role in the NHS from a non-clinical background.

Duration:00:28:30

022 - Megan Evans - Practicing Medicine Overseas

1/18/2021
In this, the first episode of a new series of Humans of Healthcare, Joe talks to Dr. Megan Evans about her experience practicing medicine abroad with various different charities including Floating Doctors in Panama.

Duration:00:30:56

Reflective Ramble 012 - Harriet Kinahan - Burnout Within Healthcare Roles

9/20/2020
In this series, we explore what burnout is, how it manifests, why it happens and ways of recovery. In this episode we hear from Harriet Kinahan, a medical student from The University of Manchester, on her experience of burnout and her decision to take a year out before her final year of medical school. If you are looking for more information or support, head to time.leeds.ac.uk/resources/humans-of-healthcare/

Duration:00:06:59

Reflective Ramble 011 - Dr. Rehna Khan - Burnout Within Healthcare Roles

9/6/2020
In this series, we explore what burnout is, how it manifests, why it happens and ways of recovery. This week we hear Dr Rehna Kahn talk about how she manages stress and avoids burnout, whilst juggling her multiple roles as an ophthalmologist, as a mother, and as Head of School for Ophthalmology and Associate Director for Student Support at the University of Leeds. If you are looking for more information or support, head to time.leeds.ac.uk/resources/humans-of-healthcare/

Duration:00:08:43

Reflective Ramble 010 - Andrea McGoverin - Burnout Within Healthcare Roles

8/23/2020
In this series, we explore what burnout is, how it manifests, why it happens and ways of recovery. This week we hear from Andrea McGoverin, Associate Director for Student Support for the MBChB, who shares two different models for avoiding burnout. If you are looking for more information or support, head to https://time.leeds.ac.uk/resources/humans-of-healthcare/

Duration:00:11:23

Reflective Ramble 009 - Dr Anamika Parmar - Burnout Within Healthcare Roles

8/9/2020
In this series, we explore what burnout is, how it manifests, why it happens and ways of recovery. This week we hear Dr Anamika Parmar talk about her experience of burnout from a doctor’s perspective and how she coped with it. If you are looking for more information or support, head to https://time.leeds.ac.uk/resources/humans-of-healthcare/

Duration:00:18:34

Reflective Ramble 008 - Trudie Roberts - Life During the Covid-19 Pandemic

7/23/2020
In this new series we are posting short 'reflective rambles' from various people looking at what challenges the recent Covid-19 pandemic brought them and how have they overcome those challenges. In this episode we check in with Professor Trudie Roberts to see how she is dealing with the anxiety of coming out of lockdown. If you are interested in recording your own 'reflective ramble' please contact us via email at humansofhealthcare@leeds.ac.uk.

Duration:00:05:39

Reflective Ramble 007 - Florence Kinder - Life During the Covid-19 Pandemic

5/19/2020
In this ramble, Florence shares her experience of joining the Healthcare Assistant (HCA) Bank and working in the A&E Department during the pandemic. This year UK National Mental Health week is Monday 18 to Sunday 24 May 2020 and the theme is kindness. Mental Health Awareness Week is the UK’s national week to raise awareness of mental health and mental health problems and inspire action to promote the message of good mental health for all. Mental Health Foundation has been hosting this week...

Duration:00:10:27