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14 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Courtney Howard. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Courtney Howard, often where they are interviewed.

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14 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Courtney Howard. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Courtney Howard, often where they are interviewed.

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ER Physician Dr. Courtney Howard On The Impacts Climate Change On Our Health & On Our Planet

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Dr Courtney Howard is an Emergency Physician in Yellowknife, in Canada’s subarctic, and a Clinical Associate Professor in the Cumming School of Medicine at the University of Calgary. She is a nationally- and globally-recognized expert on the impacts of climate change on health, and in the broader field of planetary health. 

As the first female board President of the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE) she has been involved in policy and advocacy-related work on active transport, plant-rich diets, integrating health impact assessments into environmental assessments, fossil fuel divestment, carbon pricing, coal phase-out, and the health impacts of hydraulic fracturing. 

Dr Howard @courtghoward has sat on the boards of Ecology North, the Canadian Medical Association, and Health in Harmony, represented CAPE on the board of the Global Climate and Health Alliance, and been the co-chair of the advocacy subcommittee of the WHO-Civil Society Working group on climate change and health, which co-led the recent call for G20 leaders to target a green #HealthyRecovery from COVID-19, an initiative which gained support from organizations representing 40 million health workers worldwide, representing two-thirds of the global total workforce. 

Dr Howard is on the steering committee of the Planetary Health Alliance and the editorial advisory board of the Lancet Planetary Health. 

In this episode she talks about:

- The impacts of climate change on human and planetary health
- Dealing with eco-anxiety and eco-grief and how to overcome them
- Why GDP is insufficient as a measure of economic success and why including metrics based on human well-being matters
- Life lessons her mom taught her
- The systems and supports she has in place to do what she does, while avoiding burnout

And much more... Definitely tune into this episode and learn more about her work at https://drcourtneyhoward.ca/

Nov 10 2020 · 1hr 6mins
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Finding Rhythm Podcast Episode 03 - Mental Health Check-In with Dr. Courtney Howard

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Today's Episode we talk about Mental Health and how many of us are going through uncharted waters at the current moment. Dr. Howard gives us some tips on how to have some check-ins with ourselves, tips on finding the right therapist, and so much more. 

Dr. Courtney Howard is a adult psychiatrist in Atlanta, GA. She completed her psychiatry training at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, NY. She is thrilled that more people are taking advantage of the benefits of therapy. Through her practice, she seeks to help people heal so that they can better position themselves to live a life they love.

Oct 17 2020 · 24mins

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Watch With Jen & Friends: Episode 14 - Courtney Howard

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Friendly, genuine, and laid-back, Courtney Howard is as easy to talk to in real life as she is on Twitter. Recorded in the last week of May (and before the vital protests and current events began), in this wide-ranging exchange, Courtney discusses her background in film and the interesting road that led her to write about movies as well as some of the films she's currently watching in quarantine.

Veering off-topic for a terrifically fun segment about '80s music, at the end of the episode, Jen took the opportunity to ask the devoted nail polish collector about some of her favorite polishes (including 2 that tie in with film).

Originally Posted on Patreon (6/18/20) here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/38377839

Theme Music: Solo Acoustic Guitar by Jason Shaw, Free Music Archive

Oct 05 2020 · 46mins
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Un entretien avec Courtney Howard

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N'oubliez pas de devenir membre ! Vous devez devenir membre avant le 3 septembre 2020 pour pouvoir voter pour le nouveau chef.

Un gros merci à JP et Lisa de Pop Up Podcasting !

Aug 17 2020 · 33mins

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A leadership contest interview with Courtney Howard

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Don’t forget to become a member! You must join by Sept. 3, 2020 to be eligible to vote for the new leader.

A huge thank you to JP and Lisa from Pop Up Podcasting!

Aug 17 2020 · 23mins
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4. Remote Emergency Medicine & Advocacy - Dr. Courtney Howard

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Dr. Howard is an Emergency Physician in Yellowknife and a clinical associate professor at the University of Calgary. She completed medical school and family medicine residency at the University of British Columbia, followed by an additional year of training in emergency medicine at McGill University. Dr. Howard’s experience with Doctors Without Borders in Djibouti, where she learned about the devastating impact of climate change on health, profoundly impacted her and manifested as a career including significant advocacy and scholarship on this topic. Currently she is a candidate for the leadership of the federal Green Party of Canada.

*Please excuse the sounds of birds and float planes in the background - Dr. Howard lives on a beautiful lake in Yellowknife, which Anne and Hanna would very much like to visit someday!

Jul 27 2020 · 48mins
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Ep 46. Dr. Courtney Howard

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Welcome Back to another episode of the Cross Border Interview Podcast.

If you don’t know by now, my name is Christopher Brown and I’ll be your host.

Since the launch of the podcast I’ve been asked the same thing, why do you do this podcast? And I give everyone the same answer.

This podcast is about talking to people in an intimate setting and just having a discussion. Today we find ourselves often becoming keyboard warriors and have forgotten the lost art of the conversation.

So with that in mid 2019 I started this podcast to achieve one goal, get people to have conversations again.

With no notes, no prepared questions I sit down with subjects to learn about them, from them.

Today we continue our Green Party of Canada Leadership Candidate Series.

We chat with Dr. Courtney Howard.

Dr. Howard and I chat about her life, her bid for the Green Party of Canada Leadership and how she believes her vision of Canada will connect with voters from coast to coast to coast.

So here is Cross Border Interview Ft. Dr. Courtney Howard.

Learn More about Dr. Courtney Howard at: https://drcourtneyhoward.ca/

Join the Green Party and Vote in the Leadership Election at: https://www.greenparty.ca/en/civicrm/contribute/transact?id=109&source=LC20.W.GENERIC

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Jul 10 2020 · 1hr 3mins
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All The President's Minutes - Minute 63 with Courtney Howard

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All The President's Minutes is a podcast where conversations about movies, journalism, politics and history meet. Each show we use the seminal and increasingly prescient 1976 film All The President's Men as a portal, to engage with the themes and the warnings of the film resonating since its release. For the 63rd minute, I join entertainment journalist with bylines at Variety, SheKnows, Awards Circuit, the very talented Courtney Howard. Courtney and I discuss how much we relish fully realised lives of the secondary characters, the weight of ethical compromise, and how much we would never want to call an ex for a favour.  

About Courtney Howard 

Courtney Howard is a film critic and entertainment journalist whose work has been published on Variety, SheKnows, Awards Circuit and FreshFiction.tv. In addition to being a member of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association (LAFCA), she's also a member of the Critic's Choice Association (CCA, formerly known as the BFCA), the Online Film Critics Society (OFCS) and the Alliance of Women Film Journalists (AWFJ).

Born and raised in Northern California, Courtney has had a love of Hollywood ever since seeing her first film in theatres at age 6 ('E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial'). She learned about movie-making craft and theory at BIOLA University, earning a degree in film. She now resides in Southern California with her screenwriter husband and has never met a dachshund she didn't like. 

Twitter: @Lulamaybelle

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Jul 09 2020 · 55mins
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Introducing Coda 2020 With Jesse Spurr & Courtney Howard

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“Action feels better than anxiety”

Jesse Spurr is an ICU nurse, Dr. Courtney Howard is an Emergency physician, and they are both essential parts of a new international healthcare conference: Coda 2020. We discuss both why and how Coda will focus on climate change, the unique approach to information sharing and collaboration it will engender, and just what is at stake.

Coda 2020 is going to be very special, and I am honored to announce that I will be participating as a member of the conference faculty. Please check out the website and stand by to register! Registration goes live on April 1, 2020. Coda takes place in Melbourne, Australia from Sept 28-Oct 2, 2020.

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Key Learnings

1. The resonance of viewing Earth as our sick patient in need of resuscitation

2. How Courtney learned about the connection between climate change & human health

3. Solistalgia and eco-anxiety

4. The origins of Coda as a collaboration to tackle global health issues starting with climate change and the excitement it engenders

5. How climate change can impact both health and health care systems and the thrill of engaging across disciplines to help solve the problem

6. Getting out of echo chambers and creating a diverse audience so Coda has a profound ripple effect.

7. The irreverent, iconoclastic style of the conference & The Four Pillars of Coda

8. Strategies for keeping the  call to action from Coda sticky and resonant when we get home

9. What’s actually going to happen in the day to day at Coda, and why you should come


Twitter @courtghoward @codachange @inject_orange

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Feb 06 2020 · 38mins
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INCREMENT VICE - EPISODE #11: "...not so much English rose as English daffodil..." with Courtney Howard

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“It was a reverse floor plan, with bedrooms on the entrance level and then upstairs the kitchen, maybe more than one, and various entertainment areas. The house should have been full of law enforcement. Instead, the boys from Protect and Serve had set up a command post at the pool cabana, somewhere out in back. Like getting in some last-minute free catering before their federal overlords showed up. Sounds of distant splashing, rock n roll radio, eating between means. Some kidnapping.
”…In the time it took [Sloane] to lead him through a dim sunken interior full of taupe carpeting, suede upholstery, and teak, which seemed to extend indefinitely in the direction of Pasadena, Doc learned that she had a degree from the London School of economics, had recently begun studying tantric yoga, and had met Mickey Wolfmann originally in Las Vegas.”
There’s a reason why our buddy Thomas Pynchon describes the House of Wolfmann as a descent into Hell—for Doc, it kinda is. Having just met a salt-of-the-earth gal like Hope Harlingen (heroin and heaving and hardons aside), who with a quiet and modest dignity refuses to accept the death of her husband despite no support from the cops or the banks, it must be a shock to the system for our knockabout dick to find a woman outright celebrating the non-death of her missing husband with the cops and the banks and everyone else on the wrong side of karma in 1970. And that’s this scene in a nut, isn’t it? It’s a dichotomous portrait of lives on either side of the Golden Fang—the good lives the fangs chew to pieces…and the gaudy lives those fangs feed…
About the Guest
COURTNEY HOWARDWith bylines in VARIETY and FRESH FICTION TV, film critic Courtney Howard is a member of the LA Film Critics Association, the Critics Choice Association, the Online Film Critics Society, and the Alliance of Women Film Journalists. Additionally, she's been stanning INHERENT VICE from day one, and at some point plans on having Roger Deakins do the lighting in the her house, Sloane Wolfmann-style.

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Jan 17 2020 · 1hr 44mins