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The longest running community radio show in the universe dedicated to all things health and medicine and well-being - curing Saturday night hangovers every Sunday morning since March 1996! A team of irreverent (but relatively well qualified) medicos and special guests from around Australia and the Globe shed light on everything from Asthma to Zika Virus, your headaches and your heartaches, your sneezing and your snoozing, your meditation and your medication - it's your prescription with your Triple R subscription! The intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras. https://andras.bandcamp.com/track/soft-illusion

The longest running community radio show in the universe dedicated to all things health and medicine and well-being - curing Saturday night hangovers every Sunday morning since March 1996! A team of irreverent (but relatively well qualified) medicos and special guests from around Australia and the Globe shed light on everything from Asthma to Zika Virus, your headaches and your heartaches, your sneezing and your snoozing, your meditation and your medication - it's your prescription with your Triple R subscription! The intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras. https://andras.bandcamp.com/track/soft-illusion

Location:

Melbourne, VIC

Description:

The longest running community radio show in the universe dedicated to all things health and medicine and well-being - curing Saturday night hangovers every Sunday morning since March 1996! A team of irreverent (but relatively well qualified) medicos and special guests from around Australia and the Globe shed light on everything from Asthma to Zika Virus, your headaches and your heartaches, your sneezing and your snoozing, your meditation and your medication - it's your prescription with your Triple R subscription! The intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras. https://andras.bandcamp.com/track/soft-illusion

Language:

English


Episodes

Cancer Mind Care, Writing with Cancer, and Farewell to Dr Doolittle aka Dr Steve Ellen

12/11/2021
Tara Gannon, Dietitian and Project Manager at the Western and Central Melbourne Integrated Cancer Service (WCMICS), discusses the Cancer Mind Care self-help online platform for people with cancer, their support persons, clinicians and First Nations peoples; Catherine Deveny, writer, comedian, author, and speaker, unpacks the Peter Mac Writing with Cancer video series and how it assists people with cancer process the cancer experience; and the team reflect on the year-that-was, and farewell...

Duration:00:53:13

Trigger Warnings and Sex Education

12/4/2021
Victoria Bridgland, a PhD Candidate at the College of Education, Psychology, and Social Work at Flinders University, unpacks the effectiveness of trigger warnings; Giselle Woodley, a PhD Candidate and researcher under the School of Arts and Humanities at Edith Cowan University, canvasses the importance of sex education amongst teenagers; and the team discuss the benefits of walking ten thousand steps each day, and explore the medical complaints process. With presenters Dr Nick, Prudence...

Duration:00:48:28

The 2021 Radiotherapy Awards Special

11/27/2021
The team present the annual Radiotherapy Awards, celebrating some of the best and worst moments in 2021 healthcare and medicine. The team also discusses the emerging Omicron COVID variant, and unpack the recent national online psychiatry exam failure. With presenters Panel Beater, Dr Sharma, and Dr Neo. Website: https://www.rrr.org.au/explore/programs/radiotherapy Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RadiotherapyOnTripleR/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/_radiotherapy_ Instagram:...

Duration:00:49:29

Problems with Modern Healthcare, and Choosing the Right Medication

11/20/2021
Rheumatologist and Epidemiologist Professor Rachelle Buchbinder and Orthopaedic Surgeon Professor Ian Harris discuss their new book 'Hippocrasy: How doctors are betraying their oath', and unpack some of the systematic problems with modern healthcare; Dr Amy Page, a Clinical Pharmacist and Research Fellow and NHMRC Early Career Fellow at Monash University, canvasses the importance of choosing the right medication; and the team discuss a new vaccine for Malaria. With presenters Dr Mal...

Duration:00:53:46

Pronouns and Gender Identity, and IVF and Egg Freezing

11/6/2021
Dr Glen Hosking, a Clinical Psychologist and Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Victoria University, discusses gender identity and the importance of pronouns; Miss Diagnosis explores the role of egg freezing in fertility treatment and IVF; and the team discuss the legacy of American psychiatrist and creator of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) Dr Aaron Beck, and unpack the science behind COVID vaccine booster shots. With panelists Dr Nick, Panel Beater, Prudence Dear, and Miss...

Duration:00:51:19

Doctors for the Environment, and Public Healthcare for COVID Deniers

10/30/2021
Dr John Van Der Kallen, a Rheumatologist and National Chair of the Doctors for the Environment Australia (DEA), discusses the link between health, the environment, and climate change; and Dr. Kate Gregorevic, a clinician, researcher, and author of 'Staying Alive: The Science of Living, Healthier, Happier, and Longer', unpacks the controversial debate surrounding the provision of COVID related public healthcare to COVID deniers and anti-vaxxers. With presenters Panel Beater, Dr Neo, and Dr...

Duration:00:50:13

Kids Health, Syphilis, and Sex Robots

10/23/2021
Dr Lexi Frydenberg, a Pediatrician at the Royal Children's Hospital and co-host of the RCH Kids Health Info podcast, answers common questions about children's health issues; Dr Janet Towns, a Sexual Health Physician at the Melbourne Sexual Health Centre, explores the recent global rise in syphilis cases; and Madi McCarthy, an Associate at law firm LK, unpacks the ethical, legal and societal implications of sex robots. With presenters Dr Mal Practice, Dr G-Spot, and Nurse Epipen. Website:...

Duration:00:54:40

Associate Professor Grant Blashki on Climate, Health and Courage

10/16/2021
Grant Blashki, Associate Professor at the Nossal Institute and the Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute at the University of Melbourne and Lead Clinical Advisor for Beyond Blue, discusses his new book Climate, Health and Courage exploring the link between human health and the health of the planet; and the team canvass the health risks for kids returning to school, Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day, Mental Health Week, and some recent COVID controversies. With presenters Dr...

Duration:00:30:33

Llama Nanobodies, and Canine Consent

10/9/2021
Miss Diagnosis discusses how nanobodies from Llamas might help fight COVID in humans, and the science behind cancer-detecting dogs; Prudence Dear unpacks the history of relationships between humans and canines, and canine consent; and the team explore policy incentives that encourage vaccine uptake, and the pros and cons of vaping. With Presenters Dr Nick, Panel Beater, Prudence Dear, and Miss Diagnosis. Website: https://www.rrr.org.au/explore/programs/radiotherapy Facebook:...

Duration:00:33:53

The Impact of COVID on Children, and Concussion in Community Sport

10/2/2021
Professor Fiona Russell, a Paediatrician, Epidemiologist, and Vaccinationologist at The University of Melbourne, discusses the mental and physical impact of COVID on children as they return to school; Dr Sharma unpacks the rise in concussion amongst young people playing community sport; and the team discuss the surprising health implications of daylight savings. With Radiotherapy presenters Panel Beater, Dr Sharma, and Dr Neo. Website:...

Duration:00:52:06

Community Healthcare, Public Health Modelling, and Dogs in Lockdown

9/25/2021
Infectious Disease Specialist and Community Health Physician Dr Nadia Chaves discusses person-centered care, and her work in improving access to healthcare in diverse local communities; Dr Driss Ait Ouakrim, Senior Research Fellow In Epidemiology from the University of Melbourne, shares how modelling works and contributes to the effectiveness of public health policy; and the team canvass new research on whether pet ownership can relieve loneliness in lockdown, and discuss a study on...

Duration:00:31:36

Healthcare in the NT, and Mandatory Vaccinations

9/18/2021
Northern Territory based Psychiatrist Dr David Chapman shares what it's like to provide healthcare services in the NT; and the team discuss mandatory vaccination laws and vaccination freedoms, pop-up mental health clinics, and the link between cats and schizophrenia. With presenters Dr Doolittle, Dr Training Wheels, and Dr. Moto. Website: https://www.rrr.org.au/explore/programs/radiotherapy Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RadiotherapyOnTripleR/ Twitter:...

Duration:00:29:04

Women's Healthy Ageing and Sharenting

9/11/2021
Professor Cassandra Szoeke, expert in women's health, talks about her book Secrets of Women's Healthy Ageing, and shares insights from her thirty year study on women's health and ageing; Nurse and bioethicist Elise Burn discusses the findings of her research on sharenting and the ethics of parents sharing images and information of their children on social media; and the team discuss vaccine supply controversies, and COVID treatment misinformation. With presenters Dr Nick, Miss Diagnosis, and...

Duration:00:33:47

Dolly's Dream, Exercising at Home, and Vaccine Rollout

8/21/2021
Kate and Tick Everett, founders of Dolly's Dream, discuss how they founded the organisation after losing their daughter from suicide due to online bullying; Dr Doolittle investigates concerns the "shadow pandemic" of mental health issues; Panel Beater explores the rise of home fitness equipment; and Dr Moto gives an update on the vaccine rollout. With presenters Dr Doolittle, Dr Moto, Dr Cyber Soiux, and Panel Beater. Website: https://www.rrr.org.au/explore/programs/radiotherapy Facebook:...

Duration:00:30:59

Diet and Depression, and Dementia in Middle Age

8/14/2021
Annabel Matison, a PhD student from the Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA) at UNSW, discusses the role of diet on depression; Dr Miranda Cross, a research fellow in dementia at the Centre for Medicine Use and Safety at Monash University, canvasses an upcoming study into the risk factors for dementia for people in middle age; and the team discuss the role of AI in reducing the cost of healthcare, and Australia's global healthcare rating. With presenters Dr Nick, Prudence Dear, and Panel...

Duration:00:34:38

AI and Health Services, and Raising The Age

8/7/2021
Dr Johanne Trippas, a Doreen Thomas Postdoctoral Fellow at The University of Melbourne, discusses the connection between artificial intelligence (AI) and health services; and Dr Mick Creati, a Paediatrician and Senior Fellow at the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, unpacks the campaign to raise the age of criminal responsibility for children in Australia, and the impacts incarceration has on a child; and the team explore the efficacy of a self-collection cervical screening test. With...

Duration:00:32:49

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and What's Wrong With You?

7/31/2021
Professor Meaghan O'Donnell, Head of Research at the Phoenix Australian Centre for Posttraumatic Mental Health, canvasses new and emerging trends for treating Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD); Dr Sarah Holper, a neurology doctor and author, discusses her new book 'What's Wrong With You? An Insider's Guide To Your Insides'; and the team explore the science behind panic buying and COVID conspiracies. With presenters Dr Malpractice, Nurse Epipen, and Dr G-Spot. Website:...

Duration:00:33:55

Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder, and Diabetes Stigma

7/24/2021
Clinical Psychologist Sharryn Muir discusses the causes, treatment and experience of Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD), and a new PMDD Treatment app; Diabetes Australia spokesperson Renza Scibilia canvasses the results of a recent study on the stigma faced by people living with diabetes; and the team unpack the warning signs that precede an aortic aneurysm, and discuss the COVID vaccine rollout. With presenters Dr Nick, Miss Diagnosis, and Panel Beater. Website:...

Duration:00:32:12

Documenting OCD and Bipolar Disorder, and Regional Health

7/17/2021
Damon Smith, a Melbourne based writer, musician, and performer, discusses new film 'Mental As Everything' which documents his experience with OCD and bipolar disorder, and is showing at the Melbourne Documentary Film Festival (MDFF); Cyber Sioux talks about travelling around Australia with 'Psychs on Bikes' which provides mental health services in rural and remote Australia; Dr Doolittle shares his experience working with indegenous models of healthcare in remote communities; and the team...

Duration:00:27:58

Molecular Nutrition, Fad Diets, and Indigenous Health

7/10/2021
Molecular Nutritionist Dr Emma Beckett explains how our diet interacts with our body at a molecular level, and busts some fictions about diet; Dr Jason Agostino, Medical Advisor at the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO), discusses the success of the indegenous health response to the COVID crisis; and Associate Professor Simone Tur, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous) at Flinders University, shares the news of a million dollar research scholarship supporting...

Duration:00:32:21