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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mark Tyndall. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mark Tyndall, often where they are interviewed.

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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mark Tyndall. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mark Tyndall, often where they are interviewed.

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Collateral Damage Season 2. Ep. 38. Special Guest Dr. Mark Tyndall

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Mike and Maureen meet with Dr. Mark Tyndall, Professor of Medicine - University of British Columbia and founder of My Safe Project, to discuss his efforts to curb the opiate epidemic in British Columbia by using "vending machines" that hold, and securely distribute, hydromorphone pills to help reduce medication diversion, and overdose.

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May 29 2020

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COVID-19's Impact on the Homeless, Safe Injection Sites & More, with Dr. Mark Tyndall

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May 19 2020

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#70 - Dr. Mark Tyndall (UBC's School of Population and Public Health)

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***This episode was recorded on March 6, 2020.

Dr. Mark Tyndall is a professor at the University of British Columbia’s School of Population and Public Health. He led the launch of the MySafe Project, the first biometric opioid dispensing machine in the world, as the latest harm reduction strategy in the ongoing opioids poisoning crisis. A perennial entry on Vancouver Magazine’s Power 50 List (#6 in 2019; #7 in 2017), he is former Executive Medical Director of the BC Centre of Disease Control (BCCDC). He was first featured on This is VANCOLOUR in Episode 17.

Mar 25 2020

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Opiods & Vaping with Mark Tyndall

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In 2018, overdoses in BC killed over 1500 people. Fentanyl is so rampant in Vancouver that it’s rare to come across an addict who still uses heroin on a regular basis. Walk through the Downtown East Side after welfare payment day and you’ll see collapsed bodies leaning against walls on every street. It’s an epidemic, and one that is not being addressed properly.

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Dec 11 2019

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E212 - FALSE PRETEXT | DR. MARK TYNDALL RESPONDS TO VAPING-RELATED LUNG SCARE | RegWatch (Live)

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Hysteria over vaping-related lung illness appeared out of nowhere and in a flash consumed the entire North American vaping industry. It began on August 16 with a short media statement issued by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, and by September 11, it had metastasized into a Presidential vaping ban.

Canada was not immune. The following week Dr. Christopher Mackie, medical officer for the Middlesex-London region in Ontario, held a gripping news conference to announce the first confirmed case of vaping-related lung illness in Canada. As was the case in the U.S., although, with more bravo, Dr. Mackie slow-walked the release of critical information regarding the suspect substance i.e. THC or nicotine and then refused to disclose the brand name of the product involved.

Did U.S. and Canadian health officials withhold information that could have protected the public from further exposure, illness or even death?

Find out, in this RegWatch exclusive interview with Dr. Mark Tyndall, North American expert on infectious disease and Professor of Medicine, UBC School of Population and Public Health.

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Released: October 1, 2019 Produced by: Brent Stafford

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Oct 02 2019

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E212 - FALSE PRETEXT | DR. MARK TYNDALL RESPONDS TO VAPING-RELATED LUNG SCARE | RegWatch (Live)

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Hysteria over vaping-related lung illness appeared out of nowhere and in a flash consumed the entire North American vaping industry. It began on August 16 with a short media statement issued by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, and by September 11, it had metastasized into a Presidential vaping ban.

Canada was not immune. The following week Dr. Christopher Mackie, medical officer for the Middlesex-London region in Ontario, held a gripping news conference to announce the first confirmed case of vaping-related lung illness in Canada. As was the case in the U.S., although, with more bravo, Dr. Mackie slow-walked the release of critical information regarding the suspect substance i.e. THC or nicotine and then refused to disclose the brand name of the product involved.

Did U.S. and Canadian health officials withhold information that could have protected the public from further exposure, illness or even death?

Find out, in this RegWatch exclusive interview with Dr. Mark Tyndall, North American expert on infectious disease and Professor of Medicine, UBC School of Population and Public Health.

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Released: October 1, 2019 Produced by: Brent Stafford

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Oct 02 2019

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Dr. Mark Tyndall on the opioid epidemic, the harm reduction model, and adopting a more human and empathetic approach to solutions

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We are in the middle of an epidemic. A war on drugs.

Experts say the United States is in the throes of an opioid epidemic, as more than two million Americans have become dependent on or abused prescription pain pills and street drugs.

This is affecting the way we live in profound ways, and we need a solution.

While there are many theories and experts sharing their thoughts, research, and beliefs on how to solve this pervasive issue, today's guest is a proponent of the unique and progressive Harm Reduction Model.

Dr. Mark Tyndall is based in Vancouver where opioids are also a pervasive epidemic. Professor of Medicine, Infectious Diseases physician, advocate for public health and human rights.

He has dedicated his career to studying HIV, poverty, and drug use in multiple places around the world

An early advocate for harm reduction programs, Mark was at the forefront of North America’s first legally sanctioned supervised injection facility, INSITE, which has injection booths where clients inject pre-obtained illicit drugs under the supervision of nurses and health care staff. If an overdose occurs, the team, led by a nurse, are available to intervene immediately. Nurses also provide other health care services, like wound care and immunizations. Since then, studies have shown that safe injection sites save lives, reduce transmission of disease and help people access addiction treatment and other medical services. We dive more into this during our talk. He is A proponent of evidence-based public health policy and interventions, and has authored over 250 academic papers and has received multiple honors for his work.

The opioid epidemic is complex and is affecting all of us. This conversation isn’t light, but it’s important. Mark and I discuss:

  • What opioids are and why people get addicted

  • Why the way we think about drug use is upside down

  • How the substances have changed

  • Why drugs aren’t criminal but how they’ve been criminalized and why prison isn’t the answer

  • How society as stacked everything against people from recovering from drug use

  • Why safe injection sites are and how drug vending machines could be the future of treatment

  • How empathy and adopting a more human approach can play a big role in how we treat drug addiction which affects society’s most vulnerable population.

Jun 06 2019

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#17 - Dr. Mark Tyndall (BC Centre for Disease Control)

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Dr. Mark Tyndall is the Executive Medical Director of the BC Centre of Disease Control (BCCDC), the Deputy Provincial Health Officer of BC, and a professor in the University of British Columbia (UBC) School of Population and Public Health.

Oct 17 2018

1hr 13mins

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S03 SpeakEasy with Mark Tyndall

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Annie and Carla took the microphones and headed north – to the great INHSU conference in Portugal. This is the first in a series of interviews with passionate, inspiring and subversive people that we found lounging around the conference pool. Our guest today is Dr Mark Tyndall, Executive Director of the Centre for Disease Control in British Columbia, Canada.

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Oct 04 2018

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142 - The Opioid Epidemic w/ Dr. Mark Tyndall

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We sat down for an intimate chat w/ special guest Dr. Mark Tyndall - Director, BC Centre for Disease Control! We'll talk about his career in Epidemiology and his mission to prove that harm reduction is the first step out of North America's opioid epidemic. Also, turns out Jeremie is a real headline whore. 

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Jun 11 2018

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