Episodes: 4 Columns

Making sense of the rules of health

How do people make sense of their health? And how does that inform their health behaviours? Two questions that this week’s guest Ben Darlow has been pondering for quite...

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Putting the CARE in Healthcare

Who teaches us how to care? As health professionals we learn the “health” side of healthcare from textbooks, and lectures, and reviewed practice. BUT has anyone ever taught you...

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How to challenge a Nocebo belief without destroying your therapeutic relationship

Nocebo beliefs are those beliefs that a person holds around a particular treatment, diagnosis, or health challenge that lead them towards a negative outcome. There are a variety of...

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Modern Slavery and Healthcare

Modern Slavery might not be a term many of us are familiar with BUT we need to be able to recognise it and take action as appropriate. I’m joined...

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High Performance Healthcare

Can healthcare be high performance?….. Yes Should Healthcare be high performance?…… Most of the time What do you think about when you think about high performance healthcare? If you’re...

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Supported Self-Management

When we are designing health programs, how often do we incorporate the lived experience of people who we are providing a service to? Less often than we should I’d...

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Clinical bravery and person centered care

The future of healthcare is person-centered care! What does that mean? And how do we do it? It involves having some clinical bravery. Bravery to understand the philosophy of how we practice...

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Don’t answer feelings with facts: frameworks for responding with empathy

Empathy is important. The research points to this, and were told to be more empathetic. BUT How do we actually do that? Dr Laura Rock joins the podcast to have a conversation...

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Don’t answer feelings with facts: frameworks for responding with empathy
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Don’t answer feelings with facts: frameworks for responding with empathy

Empathy is important. The research points to this, and we're told to be more empathetic. BUT How do we actually do that? Dr Laura Rock joins the podcast to have a conversation...

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The Art of Healthcare
The Art of Healthcare
Don't answer feelings with facts: frameworks for responding with empathy
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Improving your communication with journalist turned physical therapist Jasmine Marcus

Most of us been thinking and communicating health information for our entire adult lives. Some of us (including me) since before our brain was fully developed.   We'd like to think...

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Improving your communication with journalist turned physical therapist Jasmine Marcus
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The importance of creativity and preparation

Creativity and preparation may seem to be strange bedfellows. After all one seems fluid while the other is rigid.   Tyson Franklin joins me to discuss why we need both (and...

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Why you fail your patient if you only think of them as their health problem

One reason for so many of our Healthcare advancements is our reductionist thinking about health. Tackling one small aspect at a time and solving it. It’s why we’ve got...

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