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PHEC 022: Interview with Dan Rutz: Advancing Public Health through Communication Initiatives - Part 2

1/16/2018
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This episode continues the discussion with Dan Rutz, who shares his successful 30 year journey through radio and television broadcasting where he was able to develop and use his expertise in communication to advance public health. His career path includes success with the Cable News Network (CNN), US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO) as well as his current initiative called My Growing Edge. Be sure to listen to episode #21, which is part 1 of...

Duration: 00:38:52


PHEC 021: Interview with Dan Rutz: Advancing Public Health through Communication Initiatives - Part 1

1/9/2018
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This is an informative and interesting interview with Dan Rutz, who shares his successful 30 year journey through radio and television broadcasting where he was able to develop and use his expertise in communication to advance public health. His career path includes success with the Cable News Network (CNN), US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO) as well as his current initiative called My Growing Edge.

Duration: 00:44:02


PHEC 020: Interview with Dr. Jenn, an Exceptional PhD Coach

1/2/2018
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In this episode, I interview Dr. Jennifer Rounds-Bryant, commonly known as Dr. Jenn. Dr. Jenn is a genuine and authentic coach who demonstrates a high level of excellence as the normal level of service that she provides to her students. She is an exceptional PhD coach who combines her experience as a licensed clinical psychologist, 16 years teaching graduate students and chairing dissertation committees, as well as 20 years of experience publishing research in peer reviewed journals. She...

Duration: 00:46:21


PHEC 019: Preparing for the New Year

12/26/2017
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This episode focuses on a few things you can do to wrap up this year and start preparing for the new year. There are so many new and exciting updates that I shared with you in the last episode that will help us wrap up a great year and prepare to start a new one. Please take some time to listen to that episode if you haven’t already, so that you’re up to date on the most recent changes. Our community has developed and grown, and I hope that we continue to grow. We started with just a small...

Duration: 00:15:48


PHEC 018: Exciting Updates and New Community Developments

12/19/2017
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There are so many new and exciting updates that I share with you in this episode. I discuss how the community has developed and how we are growing. The community that we started with has progressed to adding this podcast show, and connecting in broader social media platforms. Instead of connecting in just one site, I realized the need to meet you where you are, in your social media platform of choice. However, everything is still connected back to the website. Think of the website...

Duration: 00:39:31


PHEC 017: Five Essential Strategies for Building a Strong Professional Network

12/12/2017
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In this episode, I discuss some important and essential strategies for building a strong professional network. Professional networks have become the primary way that people are finding new job opportunities. Building a professional network is more than just having a profile on LinkedIn, although that is an important tool and resource to use. Building a strong network starts with genuine beginnings that develop into long-lasting quality professional relationships. Five Essential Strategies...

Duration: 00:19:01


PHEC 016: Using Your Passion for Public Health to Drive Your Career Preparation and Development

12/5/2017
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In this episode, I discuss how you can identify your passion for public health and how to use that passion to help you progress through grad school, gaining experience, and preparing for your career. Last week Steve Vick the significance of having a strong and deep interest in your cause and how that energizes you to do the day to day work of running a nonprofit organization. That sparked a great deal of thought, and led me to apply that concept to public health, graduate school journey,...

Duration: 00:25:42


PHEC 015: Interview with Steve Vick: Starting a Nonprofit Organization

11/28/2017
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This podcast episode is an interview with Steve Vick, founder of Nonprofit Ally. Nonprofit Ally is a community website loaded with resources to help those who are interested in starting a nonprofit organization. Steve is the executive director of Noble Paws in Alaska, where the mission is to help people with disabilities find new means of mobility and independence with the help of sled dogs. He has a background in journalism and never planned to pursue a nonprofit career. He shares his...

Duration: 00:36:39


PHEC 014: Understanding the Goal of Nonprofit Organizations

11/21/2017
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In this episode, I discuss some of the common myths and misconceptions regarding nonprofit organizations compared to for-profit businesses. I encourage you to investigate truths instead of accepting some of the common myths that surround the topic of nonprofit organizations to gain a deeper understanding for your own benefit. I also encourage you to explore career and volunteer opportunities within nonprofit organizations, as well as any ideas that you may have had regarding starting a new...

Duration: 00:26:37


PHEC 013: Summarizing My Thoughts After Presenting at Two National Conferences

11/14/2017
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In this episode, I discuss some of the highlights of my experience sharing my research at two different national conferences. There are so many things I’d love to go into, but instead I focus on some action points that will hopefully motivate you to plan to attend your first meeting, or take your meetings to the next level if you are already actively attending your association’s annual conference. If you have not done so already, please listen to the last episode, where I discussed some of...

Duration: 00:30:39


PHEC 012: Seven Benefits of Membership in Public Health Associations

11/7/2017
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In this episode I discuss some of the benefits of membership in public health associations. Although there are many important reasons for you to become involved in public health associations, I focus on seven benefits in this episode. It is important that you not only become a member, but that you also become actively involved. Public health associations can provide you with the opportunity for professional development, as well as chances for continuing education, research, and...

Duration: 00:19:11


PHEC 011 Interview with Dr. Harold Whitfield: Highly Qualified Dissertation Statistician

10/31/2017
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In this episode, I interview Dr. Harold Whitfield. Dr. Whitfield discovered a passion for statistical analysis early on, and has worked for many years providing statistical analysis to a diverse group of students in many different fields of study. He is a highly qualified dissertation statistician who has a B.S. in Psychology, an M.Ed. in Counseling and Development, and an Ed.D. in Counselor Education. He is a vocational rehabilitation manager, and also works as a freelance statistician. I...

Duration: 00:37:31


PHEC 010 Five Tips for a Successful Dissertation Journey

10/24/2017
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In this episode I discuss five tips that will help you experience a successful journey through your dissertation, so that you are best prepared for entry into your career field. There is so much more to the dissertation journey than simply surviving the process. The tips that I share in this episode will help you strengthen and better prepare yourself for entry into the career field that you desire. DrCHHuntley.com

Duration: 00:27:07


PHEC 009 Ten Strategies for Maximizing Student Resources in Preparation for your Career

10/17/2017
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In this episode I discuss several resources that you should maximize as a student, so that you are best prepared for entry into your career field. It is difficult to know when you will need to use the knowledge and skills that you obtain as a student, in your career. By making the most of some of the resources that are available to you as a student, you will strengthen and better prepare yourself for entry into the field. DrCHHuntley.com

Duration: 00:34:37


PHEC 008 How to Prepare for and Transition into a Public Health Career

10/10/2017
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In this episode, I continue sharing strategies that will help you prepare for and transition into a public health career. The information in this episode will be helpful for graduate students, as well as recent graduates who are trying to secure their public health career positions. There is a great deal of valuable information shared here, and I encourage you to listen to the full episode. DrCHHuntley.com

Duration: 00:36:11


PHEC 007: My Transition from Healthcare to Public Health Epidemiology

10/3/2017
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In this episode, I share my journey and transition from healthcare to public health and the lessons that I learned along the way. My background is in medical laboratory technology, specifically microbiology. People often ask me about how I transitioned into the field of public health, and how I became and epidemiologist. In sharing my story, I also prepare you for what will follow in the next few episodes. This and the next few episodes are part of a series of mini-trainings that many...

Duration: 00:34:38


PHEC 006: Interview with Dr. Frazier Beatty: Public Health Education Pathways to Careers

9/26/2017
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In this episode, I interview Dr. Frazier Beatty. We discuss some of the different education pathways to careers in public health, specifically online and traditional brick and mortar universities. Dr. Beatty has an impressive background including US military service, as well as other governmental agencies, nonprofit organizations, and private industry. He has completed undergraduate and graduate level education in both online and traditional university programs, served as faculty,...

Duration: 00:40:16


PHEC 005: Five Strategies for Online Graduate School Life Balance

9/19/2017
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In this episode, I discuss five actionable tips that busy online graduate degree students can use to help them balance the busy demands of graduate school and life. What starts out as excitement about starting graduate school can often drift into a silent frustration for many. Trying to juggle school, work, family, and other obligations can be overwhelming. I will share with you some strategies that can help you regain your focus, control your journey, and achieve success. Although any...

Duration: 00:40:44


PHEC 004 Interview with Dr. Juanita Braxton Establishing Health and Wellness Programs in Faith Based Organizations

9/12/2017
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In this episode, Dr. Juanita Braxton shares her passion for community focused public health interventions, as well as her passion for educating and serving communities. She considers her PhD in public health to be her “community service” degree, as it provides her with the opportunity to give back to her community in many ways. Tune in to the full episode so that you can take in all that she shared, which is truly encouraging and inspirational.

Duration: 00:40:38


PHEC 003: Interview with Dr. Kathy Bianco: Bringing Public Health to Physicians Assistant Programs

9/5/2017
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In this episode, Dr. Kathy Bianco shares her educational and career journey, connecting her healthcare career with public health. She shares some of the challenges she faced along the way, and how she overcame those challenges to successfully complete her doctoral degree in public health. Additionally, she shares her goals and ambition for bringing public health to physician’s assistant programs in California. If you have not listened to the full episode, then I encourage you to do so....

Duration: 00:41:30

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