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Take your running to the next level with these podcasts designed for graduates of the NHS Couch to 5K programme. Each podcast provides a structured run with music and coaching to develop your running technique, speed and stamina. The NHS Couch to 5K+ podcasts were produced with sports music experts AudioFuel, who specialise in making music to run to. For those who want to build some variety into their routine, another great podcast series to try is NHS Strength and flexibility.
 
Download the NHS Strength and flexibility podcasts and get your own personal trainer without the expense. Featuring Laura from the NHS Couch to 5k programme, these podcasts talk you through a series of equipment-free exercises to improve your strength and flexibility. Your goal is to work your way up to podcast 5 in five weeks, by doing each podcast three times a week. By week 5, you’ll be doing press-ups, squats and stretches with ease, feeling stronger, more flexible and full of energy. Fo ...
 
At Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT) we are dedicated to providing high quality care with compassion. We deliver many of the NHS services that are provided outside of hospital and in the community such as physical, mental health and specialist services. We provide integrated physical and mental health services for adults and older people; specialist mental health and learning disability services; children and young people’s mental health services; children’s communi ...
 
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In this podcast we hear from Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust on its approach to inclusive recruitment, and how apprenticeships form a key part of this.We spoke to Raffaela Goodby, director of people and organisation development, and Lawrence Kelly, learning works coordinator, to discuss what inclusive recruitment means to the trust, why they…
 
Eighteen-year-old Marium fell ill at the same time as her brothers and sisters – whilst they all recovered she just got worse and a week into the illness she was struggling to breathe and couldn’t get out bed. An ambulance was called and when doctors assessed her they considered putting her straight onto a ventilator because her oxygen levels were …
 
Doctors in the UK are developing new ways of helping patients as they leave the hospital covid wards. Many will require medical follow up as they continue to recover at home and a new system provides that via virtual wards; with nurses in the community overseen by staff in the hospital to ensure the best care possible. It is an effective way of hel…
 
As the death toll continues to rise across the world, doctors are keen to learn from the spread of the virus so far and particularly how it took hold in large gatherings, with huge ripple effects across wider communities. With England on the brink of easing restrictions, the patterns of infection hold important lessons that might help keep people s…
 
Dr John Wright has been recording on the wards for BBC Radio 4 – starting on March 16th, the day the Prime Minister gave his first televised address about the danger of Covid-19. This is week seven of his diaries, recorded as the number of cases continues to increase and the pressures on the frontline team intensify. These recordings with frontline…
 
Dr John Wright has been recording on the wards for BBC Radio 4 – starting on March 16th, the day the Prime Minister gave his first televised address about the danger of Covid-19. This is week six of his diaries, recorded as the number of cases continues to increase and the pressures on the frontline team intensify. These recordings with frontline N…
 
Dr John Wright has been recording on the wards for BBC Radio 4 – starting on March 16th, the day the Prime Minister gave his first televised address about the danger of Covid-19. This is week five of his diaries, recorded as the number of cases starts to increase and the pressures on the frontline team intensify. These recordings with frontline NHS…
 
In this programme Dr John Wright and doctors at the Bradford Royal Infirmary are recruiting Covid-19 patients into the largest study of its kind: it's a race against time in the search for possible treatments for those made gravely ill by the virus and people are all too willing to help.John Wright has been recording on the wards for BBC Radio 4 – …
 
The prospect of keeping families apart at the time of death is so new to medical staff in the UK that it is hard to process alongside everything else that this pandemic has thrown into turmoil. Telephones and monitors are being brought onto the Covid-19 wards in a bid to link families using new technology in the hope that this brings comfort even t…
 
As increasing numbers of Covid-19 patients are needing medical care the efforts of doctors and nurses are being hampered by sickness in their own ranks. The spread of the virus appears to be hitting the very teams dealing with those made so ill by it and the lack of testing and worries about protective equipment are hindering their efforts.Dr John …
 
This series takes you inside the Covid wards in one of the UK's busiest teaching hospitals. The recordings are all made by Dr John Wright, who is helping prepare for the pandemic and speaks to those alongside him, from doctors and nurses, through to admin managers and cleaners. This is a race to help those most at risk from this virus and people ar…
 
CPFT Arts Therapies Lead Kimberley Iyemere and Music Therapist Valentini Toubari talk to Cambridge 105 Radio presenter Suzie Thorpe about the effects of the arts and creative activity on mental and physical health, and the CPFT Choir.Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS FT による
 
In this podcast Deborah Lee, chief executive of Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust talks about her decision to share her own experience of mental health with her staff, and the importance of leading the way and tackle stigmas associated with mental illness. She encourages leaders to develop organisational cultures that prioritise the me…
 
Find out more about CPFT's specialist service for assessing adults who may have Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their new library of autism resources for the community. Consultant clinical psychologist and autism lead Dr Janine Robinson and clinical psychologist Dr Andrea Woods joined Suzie Thorpe at Cambridge 105 Radio for an interview in Wor…
 
CPFT called for people in the community to be part of research in Dementia Action Week 2019. Research nurse and dementia team manager Siobhán Coleman and Dr Leonidas Choularias, clinical lecturer and psychiatrist from the Windsor Research Unit, met presenter Suzie Thorpe at Cambridge 105 radio to discuss the role of research nurses, why more people…
 
As part of NHS Streamlining Week, Alan Duffell, director of workforce at the Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals and chair of the national streamlining steering group reflects on his streamlining journey, he provides insights on his role as chair of the national streamlining steering group, the achievements and challenges for the programme, streamlining …
 
In this podcast, Robyn Swain, a programme lead for the workforce supply programme at NHS Employers, explores a coaching style model to support learners in the workplace, which James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been using on its wards.We hear from Sharon Crowle, head of education and practice development at James Paget and Ka…
 
GP, Dr Laura Hill, talks to the frontline NHS staff that look after us on a daily basis in our hospitals and community services. Claire Poustie, who works in a busy Urgent Treatment Centre and paramedic Mark Buckton, join Dr Hill to discuss ways in which we can all be proactive this winter. The lively conversation is filled with examples of where i…
 
Our Fighting Flu podcast looks to arm you, your friends and family in the fight against flu this season. It has everything you need to know about flu prevention, who’s eligible for that all important free flu vaccine and why pregnant women in particular need to understand the risks associated with flu and ensure they get vaccinated.…
 
In this episode, Lord Maurice Saatchi, conservative life peer, creator of the Medical Innovations Bill and former Chairman of the Conservative party, discusses the need for a royal commission to evaluate funding healthcare. Visit https://www.rsm.ac.uk/resources/podcasts/ for more content.The Royal Society of Medicine による
 
In this episode Prof Clare Gerada, GP and Past Chairperson of the Royal College of GPs talk about the difficulties and challenges of working as a GP in today's NHS. Visit https://www.rsm.ac.uk/resources/podcasts/ for more content.The Royal Society of Medicine による
 
In this episode, Professor Sir Simon Wessely, Regius Professor of Psychiatry & Past President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, discusses the changing attitude towards Mental Health Illness, Recruitment to Psychiatry, the Mental Health Act, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and Antidepressants. Visit https://www.rsm.ac.uk/resources/podcasts/ for more …
 
In this podcast Caroline Waterfield from NHS Employers explores the impact of the UK's decision to leave the European Union (EU) and what employers in the NHS can do to support their EU staff.We hear from Pascale Varley and Daniele Arces, two European citizens working at Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, about their concerns since the vote an…
 
Dr Laura Hill and local healthcare services expert Hollie Poole take a look at proactive care in the community and the support being put in place for patients to better manage their own conditions. They look at how this new way of working can reduce duplication of work and disjointed care for the patient, with a journey instead that sees patients o…
 
In this episode Prof Sir Terence Stephenson, Chairperson of the GMC, talks about the his time at the GMC, the impact of the Bawa-Garba case on the profession, the complaints process and Brexit. Visit https://www.rsm.ac.uk/resources/podcasts/ for more content.The Royal Society of Medicine による
 
In this episode Prof Cornelius Katona talks about the changing status of psychiatry as a specialty, the advances in the treatment of dementia and depression in the elderly and looks at how the NHS treats Asylum Seekers. In addition, he redefines post-traumatic stress disorder. Visit https://www.rsm.ac.uk/resources/podcasts/ for more content.…
 
Listen to Wilson Wong, head of insights and futures at CIPD, speaking to Liz Mear, chief executive of The Innovation Agency part of the Academic Health Science Network.They discuss Wilson's presentation to delegates at the NHS Confederation's 2018 annual conference, where he described the impact of futures methodologies and scenario planning on the…
 
Listen to Paul Farmer, chief executive of Mind, speaking to Helen Bogan, programme lead for health and wellbeing at NHS Employers, about the importance of mental health in the workplace. They discuss Paul's presentation to delegates at the NHS Confederation's 2018 annual conference, where he spoke about mental health being everyone's business. Down…
 
In this episode Professor Sir Michael Marmot, Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health talks about Society and Health. Visit https://www.rsm.ac.uk/resources/podcasts/ for more content.The Royal Society of Medicine による
 
In this episode Prof Allyson Pollock, Director of the Institute of Health and Society at Newcastle University discusses the problems surrounding Accountable Care Organisations and Private Finance Initiatives. Visit https://www.rsm.ac.uk/resources/podcasts/ for more content.The Royal Society of Medicine による
 
In our ‘Happy Healthy’ podcast Dr Laura Hill explores ways in which you can look after your mental health by exercising both body and brain. As well as looking into the variety of resources that can be found online, the free podcast also explores the world of Mindfulness - looking into how you can sort through thoughts and feelings in order to enjo…
 
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