Podcast

Perspectives Podcast

Why is there an opioid epidemic in the US? What unique resources and barriers do rural populations face in getting healthcare? How do patients living with HIV in China access health information? Perspectives, a  podcast series published by the Public Health Review, looks at these questions and more! This podcast brings to you a series of conversations on a wide variety of public health topics, providing you with perspectives on pertinent public health issues from the community, academic, and professional fields. Each episode is interview-based and focuses on a critical public health topic. Seasons are released annually in December. Start listening to episodes on SoundCloud, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Google Play Podcasts!

COVID-19 Student Stories Mini-series

What have students learned about themselves and their communities during this pandemic? How are students processing, accessing, and dealing with information about the pandemic? How have students been affected by policies related to the pandemic? How has daily life been altered by the pandemic, and how have students been coping with this? In each episode of this mini-series, students read their short stories submitted to the Public Health Review COVID-19 Storytelling Project collection. Start listening to episodes on SoundCloud, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Google Play Podcasts!