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A public health podcast produced by the National Collaborating Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCCID), "Infectious Questions" connects those with infectious disease questions to those with the answers. Un balado sur la santé publique réalisé par le Centre de collaboration nationale des maladies infectieuses (CCNMI) et appelé « Infections en question » fait le lien entre les balados concernant les questions sur les maladies infectieuses et ceux qui offrent des réponses à ces questions.
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Weekly updates on new data and best practices in patient care for a variety of infectious diseases including COVID-19, HIV, and viral hepatitis, from Clinical Care Options. Gain practical strategies and earn CME/CE credit for selected episodes.
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Infectious IDeas

National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID)

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You are listening to Infectious IDeas, a podcast series presented by the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID), where leading experts join for thought-provoking conversations that lead to infectious ideas. Guests include humble heroes working towards a shared vision of healthier lives for all through effective prevention and treatment of infectious diseases.
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”de-CIPHERing Infectious Disease” explores the cutting-edge interdisciplinary research happening at UNC Charlotte’s CIPHER Research Center. Each episode features an in-depth interview with one of CIPHER’s researchers, allowing them to discuss their background, current projects, and the exciting team science approach they take to tackle complex issues at the intersection of health, environment, data science, genomics, infectious disease, and more. Host Ian Binns engages the researchers in acc ...
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A Cleveland Clinic podcast covering lung disease, allergy, sleep, critical illness and infectious disease. We’ll help you learn more about conditions affecting your respiratory health as we discuss related diseases, causes, treatments, innovations and what the future may bring. So take a deep breath and join us.
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PeerView Infectious Diseases CME/CNE/CPE Video Podcast

PVI, PeerView Institute for Medical Education

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PeerView (PVI) is a leading provider of high-quality, innovative continuing education (CME/CE/CPE and MOC) for clinicians and their interprofessional teams. Combining evidence-based medicine and instructional expertise, PeerView activities improve the knowledge, skills, and strategies that support clinical performance and patient outcomes. PeerView makes its educational programming and expert-led presentations and symposia available through its network of popular podcast channels to support ...
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PeerView Infectious Diseases CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast

PVI, PeerView Institute for Medical Education

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PeerView (PVI) is a leading provider of high-quality, innovative continuing education (CME/CE/CPE and MOC) for clinicians and their interprofessional teams. Combining evidence-based medicine and instructional expertise, PeerView activities improve the knowledge, skills, and strategies that support clinical performance and patient outcomes. PeerView makes its educational programming and expert-led presentations and symposia available through its network of popular podcast channels to support ...
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Infectious is a bi-weekly podcast about the diseases that maim, kill, and well... just give us a stuffy nose. Each episode explores the mysterious microbes, medical treatments, intriguing biology, historical tales, and the spectacular efforts underway to reduce these illnesses deathly grasp on humanity. Because sometimes the scariest things in life are right under our fingertips.
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Infectious Info

Infectious Disease Working Group

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Infectious Info is brought to you by the Infectious Disease Working Group, a collaboration of graduate students from the University of Toronto that aims to educate the public and raise awareness about infectious disease. Through this podcast, we will interview experts from the field of public health to help support the ultimate goal of making public health knowledge more accessible. During our first season of the podcast, the focus will be the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. In discussing these t ...
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The Infectious Science Podcast

Galveston National Laboratory

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The Galveston National Laboratory at the University of Texas Medical Branch is proud to introduce Infectious Science, a podcast about new and emerging diseases and the One Health approach to understand and prevent their spread. Since the COVID pandemic, public interest in this topic has grown. That excites us, because we are researchers, educators, and community members who believe public health can be improved through knowledge.
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We love music. You love music. Let's talk about it. From current events, crazy show stories, what we're currently listening to, and anything else that is on our minds—there may even be a special guest on to answer all of your burning questions. The only way to know is to tune in weekly and find out.
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My love affair with music began when I started making mix tapes with a dual cassette recorder for friends while in junior high school. I moved from that to serving as a resident DJ and record store employee starting in the late 80’s. At 42 though I've mostly retired from playing out. I do take digging for new music very seriously and put a lot of effort into it. You can always listen to Beat Infectious live to hear what I've discovered over the last couple of weeks. I'll usually be serve up ...
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Saleha Hassan, Senior Editor at The Lancet Infectious Diseases, in conversation with the journal’s authors, explores their latest research and its impact on people’s health, healthcare, and health policy. A monthly audio companion to the journal, this podcast covers a broad range of topics, from polio eradication in Africa to COVID-19 vaccines in Hong Kong, the treatment of early syphilis in adults to Mpox in the UK, and more.
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The West’s commitment to freedom, reason, and true liberalism have become endangered by a series of viral forces in our society today. Renowned host of the popular YouTube show, The Saad Truth, Dr. Gad Saad exposes how an epidemic of idea pathogens are spreading like a virus and killing common sense in the West. Serving as a powerful follow-up to Jordan Peterson’s book 12 Rules for Life, Dr. Saad unpacks what is really happening in progressive safe zones, why we need to be paying more attent ...
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In this second podcast of our series, hear expert faculty explore the CDC recommendations for mpox protection and discuss how vaccination can lead to immunologic equity. Topics include: Should we consider mpox an STI? What strategies can be used to improve mpox vaccination and overcome the challenges of vaccine implementation? Can mpox vaccine be c…
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On episode #56 of the Infectious Disease Puscast, Daniel and Sara review the infectious disease literature for the weeks of 5/28 – 6/5/24. Hosts: Daniel Griffin and Sara Dong Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of Puscast! Links for this episode Viral Highly pathogenic H5N1 in US dairy cattle and 2 human cases (MMWR) Develo…
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This content has been developed for healthcare professionals only. Patients who seek health information should consult with their physician or relevant patient advocacy groups. For the full presentation, downloadable Practice Aids, slides, and complete CME/MOC/CE/AAPA information, and to apply for credit, please visit us at PeerView.com/VCQ865. CME…
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Philippa Nicole Barr (Australia National University) speaks to the Infectious Historians about her work on the public emotions surrounding the outbreak of the third plague pandemic in Australia. Philippa frames the discussion by providing some background about Australia at the turn of the 20th century and how plague reached Australia and led to the…
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Join hosts Marla Dalton, PE, CAE, and William Schaffner, MD, for an engaging conversation with Seth F. Berkley, MD, a global health pioneer and champion of equitable access to vaccines. He shares insights from his notable career, including his impactful work in Uganda rebuilding the immunization program and developing the national AIDS control prog…
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Through insightful conversations, compelling stories, and thoughtful analysis, Sovereign Voices aims to shed light on the importance of First Nations Data Sovereignty and inspire collective action towards a future where First Nation peoples have full control over their data, their narratives, and their destiny. In this first episode, we will be spe…
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Episode 4 In this enlightening episode, we sit down with Dr. Morgan Carter, a passionate plant pathologist and academic, to explore the immune systems of plants. Dr. Carter shares her journey into the field, discussing the challenges and triumphs of studying plant-microbe interactions. We delve into the impact of governmental policies on scientific…
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In this episode, the ID:IOTS Podcast Microbiome Correspondent Dr Anastasia "Tash" Theodosiou, returns to talk about her favourite subject! This episode is part 1 of 2. Here we discuss: - What is the microbiome - Viewing the microbiome as an organ system - The microbiome's association with disease - How we study the microbiome Stay tuned for part 2 …
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Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is a lung injury that happens when fluids build up in small air sacs of the lungs, preventing your lungs from filling up with air. In this episode of Respiratory Inspirations, two doctors from the Department of Critical Care Medicine at Cleveland Clinic break down the causes, symptoms and treatments of ARD…
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Hear expert faculty answer common questions about the risk, impact, and recommendations for protection against mpox, including: Why is mpox relevant to clinical practice? Who is at highest risk for mpox? How is mpox transmitted, and what are the clinical manifestations and complications of mpox infections? What are current ACIP recommendations for …
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This content has been developed for healthcare professionals only. Patients who seek health information should consult with their physician or relevant patient advocacy groups. For the full presentation, downloadable Practice Aids, slides, and complete CME/MOC/CE/AAPA information, and to apply for credit, please visit us at PeerView.com/VCQ865. CME…
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In this episode, Roger Bedimo, MD, MS, FACP, examines patient and regimen-based PrEP barriers and discusses practical interventions to support PrEP adherence in key populations. Topics covered include: Individual and community perspectives on PrEP barriers Key barriers by principal populations Strategies to support PrEP delivery PrEP options for ke…
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In this episode, Roger Bedimo, MD, MS, FACP, discusses strategies to overcome health disparities to improve PrEP uptake, including: Targeting key populations that would benefit from PrEP but have low rates of uptake, such as transgender women and people who inject drugs Addressing intersectionality Overcoming implicit bias Addressing PrEP inequity …
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In this episode, Roger Bedimo, MD, MS, FACP, examines provider-based and structural PrEP barriers and discusses practical methods for healthcare professionals to overcome these challenges. Topics covered include: Potential provider barriers to prescribing PrEP Strategies to facilitate conversations about PrEP Addressing the gap in PrEP provider tra…
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On episode #55 of the Infectious Disease Puscast, Daniel and Sara review the infectious disease literature for the weeks of 5/9 – 5/27/24. Hosts: Daniel Griffin and Sara Dong Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of Puscast! Links for this episode Viral Highly pathogenic H5N1 in US dairy cattle and 2 human cases (MMWR) Develo…
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Episode 3 In this episode, host Dr. Ian Binns interviews Dr. Adam Reitzel, a marine biologist and co-director of CIPHER at UNC Charlotte. Dr. Reitzel discusses what sparked his early interest in science, his journey into becoming a marine biologist despite growing up far from the ocean, and the fascinating world of sea anemones that are the focus o…
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Join us for this special 80th episode celebrating Jame's favourite trial. https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1808312 Prep notes (including the images referred to in the poem) here. Special thanks to the Wikiguidelines Endocarditis crew for their work summarising the evidence this poem was based on. Support the Show. Questions, comments, su…
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Michelle Pfeffer (University of Oxford) comes on the podcast to present her work on astrology in the context of the second plague pandemic. The conversation begins with a brief discussion of the second plague pandemic and some of the cultural reactions to it. Michelle then speaks about public health and the question of its origins, before moving in…
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In this episode, Tristan J. Barber, MA, MD, FRCP, and Roger Bedimo, MD, MS, FACP, help you decide whether and how to modify ART in virologically suppressed individuals by critically appraising whether using newer agents may improve their treatment satisfaction. Listen to their conversation about their own approaches to evaluating whether each perso…
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On episode #54 of the Infectious Disease Puscast, Daniel and Sara review the infectious disease literature for the weeks of 4/25 – 5/8/24. Hosts: Daniel Griffin and Sara Dong Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of Puscast! Links for this episode Viral Dengue: mother and child (American Economic Journal) Dairy farm worker an…
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In this episode, Jonathan Appelbaum, MD, FACP, AAHIVS, discusses the updated CDC guidance on how to monitor for HIV in people receiving PrEP, including: Rationale for why HIV monitoring differs for people receiving LA vs daily PrEP Description of LEVI syndrome How to transition a person from LA PrEP to HIV ART if they test positive for HIV Presente…
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In this episode, Jonathan Appelbaum, MD, FACP, AAHIVS, discusses the newest data supporting LA ART use in people with adherence challenges or viremia, including: The LATITUDE study, an open-label phase III study of LA CAB + RPV in people with a suboptimal response or nonadherence to oral ART Updates to the Ward 86 cohort, which showed 81% of patien…
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In this episode, Angela Branche, MD, FIDSA, and Jewel Mullen, MD, MPH, MPA, FACP, address commonly asked questions about the RSV vaccine, including: Considerations for vaccine eligibility Recommendations for pregnant persons Vaccine administration based on RSV seasonality Use of the vaccine in persons receiving immunosuppressive medications Safety …
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In this episode, Jewel Mullen, MD, MPH, MPA, FACP, discusses strategies for implementing RSV vaccines into practice, with an emphasis on: Understanding the reasoning for Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices RSV vaccine recommendations Factors that influence vaccine uptake and patient decision-making Considerations for patient and healthcare…
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Episode 2 In this episode, we are joined by co-director of CIPHER and bioinformatics expert: Dr. Dan Janies. He discusses his background and work in using computational methods and genomic data to study infectious diseases. He explains how he traced the origins of the SARS coronavirus to bats and used bioinformatics to track the spread of diseases …
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In this episode, Angela Branche, MD, FIDSA, explores the burden of RSV disease in older adults, including: RSV seasonality and disease burden Symptoms and complications of RSV infection Older age as a key risk factor for severe RSV disease and complications (eg, pneumonia, hospitalization) Comorbidities associated with increased risk of RSV hospita…
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Presenting: More on Penicillin-Binding-Proteins than you realistically ever need to know! What is the difference between Gram positive and negative bacteria's cell walls? What is a Penicillin Binding Protein (PBP)? Why are they called PBPs? What do PBPs do? What makes MRSA resistant to (most) beta-lactams? These any many more questions answered! No…
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Join hosts Marla Dalton, PE, CAE, and William Schaffner, MD, for an insightful conversation with Grace Lee, MD, MPH, an infectious disease physician and dynamic leader who helped guide US vaccine policy making during the turbulent times of the COVID-19 pandemic. She shares insights into the complexities and challenges encountered, as well as the im…
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Using common case scenarios, Robert H. Hopkins, Jr., MD, MACP, and Laura P. Hurley, MD, MPH, discuss strategies for optimizing shingles vaccine uptake, including: The pathophysiology of shingles to better understand risk and burden CDC guidelines and ACIP shingles vaccine recommendations, including considerations for those who are immunocompromised…
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On episode #53 of the Infectious Disease Puscast, Daniel and Sara review the infectious disease literature for the weeks of 4/11 – 4/24/24. Hosts: Daniel Griffin and Sara Dong Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of Puscast! Links for this episode Viral Reasons for what we do for routine respiratory pathogens (Journal of Hos…
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In this episode, Samantha Strong, PharmD, BCACP, AAHIVP, CDCES, and Nimish Patel, PharmD, PhD, AAHIVP, cover the most impactful clinical studies presented at CROI 2024, including: New data on long-acting ART, including: The CARES study of LA CAB + RPV in a sub-Saharan African population using a public health approach The IMPAACT 2017 MOCHA study ev…
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In this episode, learn how early and sustained HBV care can be enhanced by expanding the role of primary care providers in HBV management. Learn how to: Engage key stakeholders in the provision of HBV care​ Provide HBV management resources to support PCPs who are doing screening​ Consider specialty and primary care collaborations that empower PCPs …
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Episode 1 In this conversation, Co-Directors Dr. Dan Janies and Dr. Adam Reitzel introduce us to CIPHER and the incredible interdisciplinary team that makes it work. You'll learn about how computer scientists, biologists, social scientists, mathematicians, and public health officials work together to unlock the secrets of infectious diseases, to en…
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Jason Opal (McGill University) joins the Infectious Historians. Jason begins by discussing the massive impact of disease on the Americas between the 15th and 18th centuries, while also acknowledging the realization of this history in the 1970s. He also touches upon the concept of “virgin soil” epidemics. The second part of the episode focuses on in…
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One PK table to rule them all One table to find them One table to bring them all And in the darkness blind them… …with awesome antibiotic PK facts you can use to bedazzle your friends and enemies alike! Prep notes here. Support the Show. Questions, comments, suggestions to idiotspodcasting@gmail.com or on X/Threads @IDiots_pod Prep notes for comple…
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On episode #52of the Infectious Disease Puscast, Daniel and Sara review the infectious disease literature for the weeks of 3/28 – 4/10/24. Hosts: Daniel Griffin and Sara Dong Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of Puscast! Links for this episode Winter vomiting disease (Open Forum Inf Dis) Ceftriaxone-Resistant Gonorrhea — …
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In this episode, Gregory Huhn, MD, MPHTM, uses a case study to explore the reasons healthcare professionals and people living with HIV may want to further optimize ART in the setting of viral suppression. To determine the best outcome for this case study, Dr Huhn discusses the reasons individuals may not be satisfied with daily oral ART and examine…
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In this episode, Maria Buti, MD, and her patient discuss opportunities to optimize care for people living with hepatitis B virus (HBV), including: Barriers to HBV screening, including patient- and provider-specific barriers (eg, lack of education, failure to disclose or discuss risk factors, perceived low risk, stigma) Applying CDC recommendations …
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The last Pharmacokinetics episode had finally been …Excreted! This episode covers the ‘drug out’ bit of pharmacokinetics, including things such as: -What is clearance? -how to calculate half life and -doesn’t everything leave through the kidneys anyway? (That is sort of true, also shut up). Check out our prep notes (including for this episode) here…
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Join hosts Marla Dalton, PE, CAE, and William Schaffner, MD, for a compelling discussion with patient advocate and public health champion Leana Wen, MD, MSc. Practicing physician and Washington Post columnist, Wen shares her remarkable journey, from her childhood as an immigrant to the US from China, to her experiences as Health Commissioner of Bal…
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On episode #51 of the Infectious Disease Puscast, Daniel and Sara review the infectious disease literature for the weeks of 3/13 – 3/27/24. Hosts: Daniel Griffin and Sara Dong Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of Puscast! Links for this episode Viral The oral antiviral obeldesivir protects NHPs against Sudan ebolavirus (S…
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In this episode, Joseph J. Eron, Jr., MD, and Monica Gandhi, MD, MPH, discuss the key HIV studies from CROI 2024 that are influencing their clinical practice, including: New data surrounding long-acting ART, including: The CARES study of LA CAB + RPV in a Sub-Saharan African population using a public health approach The IMPAACT 2017 MOCHA study eva…
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In this episode, Mark S. Sulkowski, MD, FIDSA, FAASLD; Tatyana Kushner, MD, MSCE; Paul Y. Kwo, MD; and patient advocate Jacki Chen, PhD, consider barriers and solutions for more expansive HBV treatment in the United States. Topics include: Patient subgroups to consider for treatment outside guideline criteria Adverse event and cost-effectiveness co…
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It's the second Pharmacokinetics episode you never knew you wanted! Let’s talk about how antibiotics are distributed around the body once absorbed, using the examples of Amoxicillin and CallumShutUpicillin (listen to episode for clarification). What exactly is the volume of distribution? Want a handy reference for the plasma protein binding of vari…
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Neeraja Sankaran (National Centre for Biological Sciences-TIFR) and Stephen Weldon (University of Oklahoma) join the Infectious Historians to discuss a recent special journal issue they edited. The issue includes many studies about histories of disease, pandemics and their impact around the world and across time, and reflections on how people have …
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On episode #50 of the Infectious Disease Puscast, Daniel and Sara review the infectious disease literature for the weeks of 2/28 – 3/12/24. Hosts: Daniel Griffin and Sara Dong Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of Puscast! Links for this episode Viral Measles….and more measles (JPIDS) Need for new mumps vaccine (PIDJ) Cabo…
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In our last episode, we are joined by guest Heather to discuss another theme of our qualitative analysis - changes in safety-related concerns among trans and nonbinary people during the pandemic. Through this episode our guest describes the ways in which some trans and nonbinary people experienced heightened safety concerns in addition to those rel…
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