Dec 9, 2022
Asylum seekers have unique health needs. We explore the public health and other barriers for those seekers to enter the US in this episode.
Nov 17, 2022
How did public health measures play a role in quickly containing the Monkeypox epidemic? We look at not only public health policy but also why the Smallpox vaccine is so effective in preventing the spread of Monkeypox as part of this episode.
Oct 26, 2022
Investigative journalism and accountability reporting shed new light on public health issues especially in responding to a pandemic. We delve into one journalist’s work uncovering new insights into the fragile public health infrastructure as well as the issue of health equity.
Aug 18, 2022
California Correctional Health Care Services is emerging from a decade of federal oversight. We talk with the Federal Receiver about the healthcare needs of inmates and the goals set by the federal courts for serving incarcerated individuals.
Apr 26, 2022
Is 3D printing the next level of innovation for hospitals an d surgeons? Is 3D printing science, art, or a combination of many disciplines? In this episode we sit down with Dr. Justin Ryan, the director of 3D Innovations Lab at Rady's Children's Hospital. Dr. Ryan talks about what it looks like to introduce these...