Donate Life’s Australian medical director Dr Helen Opdam joins the team to kick off Organ Donation Week 2015 and Prof Geoff McColl, head of the Melbourne Medical School talks about training young docs as well as his work on the PBAC deciding which medications get into Australia. There’s also a bit of discussion on allergies. Dr’s…
Writs & Cures – Surviving cancer & organ donation laws
The wonderful Dr Ranjana Srivastava joins the team to discuss her new book about surviving cancer. On soapbox Bill has a go at Donate Life over their insistence on family consent for donation going against the laws of the land! Dr Helen Opdam (National Medical Director of Donate Life) phones in to dispute Bill’s interpretation…
Writs & Cures – 774ABC Radio – Stalking and Legal regulation
Lindy, Bill & Steve discuss stalking including the laws, the psychology and what to do if you are a victim. They are also joined by the inaugural Commissioner for Uniform Legal Services Regulation, Dale Boucher, to chat about some the challenges facing the legal profession. https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/regulating-lawyers-stalking/id1023534464?i=348152648&mt=2
Radiotherapy – the gut & emotions, informed consent, and self-reflection to improve communication
Dolittle along with Malice and Dr Capri talk to Melbourne barrister Neil Murdoch about informed consent in hospitals and medical practice presents. They also talk about the idea of gut influencing emotions. The team also ask the question about whether reflection can improve doctor-patient interactions. Regrettably, Malice seems to talk about his love for the…
Radiotherapy – working with cancer, neurobabble in depression, and alcohol injuries.
On this episode of Radiotherapy, we have Dolittle, Eva Green and newbie member of the show, half clinician, half therapist Dr Stem Cell introduces himself and Sue Collings, Nurse Manager from the hematology and oncology ward at Victoria’s Alfred Hospital talks about working with cancer patients. The team also take about alcohol-related injuries in hospitals,…
Studio 10 – Breaking bad habits
Studio 10 with Ita Buttrose asks what can be done to break bad habit.
Writs & Cures – 774ABC Radio – Yoga and spent legal convictions
Lindy, Bill & Steve begin with a discussion of spent legal convictions – what are they, how do you get them off the record? This week’s guests are Leigh Blashki and Stephanie Lopez in to chat about yoga and it’s use as a therapy for traumatic memories and PTSD. https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/spent-convictions-yoga-as/id1023534464?i=348195976&mt=2
Radiotherapy – the Resilience Project
Dolittle, Eva Green and Malice are your hosts for this episode. The team talk a bit about the history of the show before Eva Green talks about the actual the health issues and myths that surround wind farms. Then founding director of The Resilience Project Hugh Van Cuylenburg joins the team to talk about teaching…
The Radio Adventure – Queens Birthday honours, laws to regulate lawyers, plus Dr Karen Hitchcock
This week we lampoon the Queens Birthday honours, discuss laws to regulate lawyers, and interview the famous author and doctor, Dr Karen Hitchcock.
Radiotherapy – Hep C, the MJA & when will you die?
Prof Margaret Hellard joins us to chat about Hepatitis C and a new curative therapy. Prof Kerry Breen is in to tell us about the controversy around the Medical Journal of Australia being outsourced to an overseas company; and we chat about a new tool to predict when you will die!! Listen here