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The Occupational Medicine Podcast

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A podcast from the journal Occupational Medicine, that includes highlights from the current issue and an in-depth interview with a research expert on an important topic of the day

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A podcast from the journal Occupational Medicine, that includes highlights from the current issue and an in-depth interview with a research expert on an important topic of the day

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The Occupational Medicine Podcast

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A podcast from the journal Occupational Medicine, that includes highlights from the current issue and an in-depth interview with a research expert on an important topic of the day

Rank #1: Interview with Professor Tom Sensky

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This podcast features an interview with Tom Sensky, Professor Psychological Medicine at Imperial College London on the subject of chronic embitterment. The interview was held at the SOM Annual Scientific Meeting in Manchester in July 2015, where Professor Sensky also presented "Chronic Embitterment and How to Manage it". Also in the podcast, Professor Seaton muses on an aspect of medical life.

Aug 25 2015

22mins

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Rank #2: Interview with Dr Craig Jackson

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This podcast features an interview with Craig Jackson, Professor of Occupational Health Psychology and Head of Psychology, Birmingham City University. Professor Jackson talks about some of his research published in Occupational Medicine over the last few years, including research on mobile workers, injury rates in horse racing stables and fitness testing in police officers.

May 05 2015

31mins

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Rank #3: Video: In this Issue - Volume 65 Issue 3

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Dr Andrew Mounstephen introduces Volume 65 Issue 3.

Mar 30 2015

3mins

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Rank #4: Interviews with Dr Julia Smedley, Dr Blandina Blackburn and Dr Cornelius Grobler

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In the 7th podcast for Occupational Medicine, editor, John Hobson interviews three authors at the Society of Occupational Medicine’s Annual Scientific Meeting which took place in Nottingham in July 2014. The first interview is with Blandina Blackburn who speaks about her article entitled Healthcare Workers' Attitude towards Influenza Vaccination After the 2009 Pandemic. John also speaks to Cornelius Grobler about his research on self-reported Work-Related Musculoskeletal Injuries and Isometric Handgrip Strength. The next interview is with Julia Smedley, co-author of this year’s Esso Prize winning paper, Evaluation of a Case Management Service to reduce sickness absence. The podcast ends with a filler article read by Anthony Seaton.

Oct 13 2014

33mins

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Rank #5: Research in Occupational Medicine

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The 5th occupational medicine podcast explores recent research published in Occupational Medicine from a researchers perspective. The first interview is with Prof Keith Palmer from the Medical Research Council at the University of Southampton whose paper with co-author Martin Cosgrove won the Esso prize for 2012. The second interview is with Fiona Hancock on family to work conflict. The podcast ends with Prof Anthony Seaton reading another of his interesting footnote articles published in 2010 on Irving Selikoff, famous for his research in asbestosis.

Aug 19 2013

21mins

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Rank #6: Occupational Medicine in Los Angeles

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This podcast has a North American flavour. John Hobson attended the 2012 American Conference on Occupational Health in Los Angeles to promote Occupational Medicine and took the opportunity to interview John Meyer and Jonathan Borak the US representatives on our international advisory board. They talk about the similarities and difference between occupational medicine on both sides of the Atlantic. John also interviewed fellow journal editor Paul Brandt-Rauf who edits the JOEM. Paul talks about his journal along with other interesting topics around being a journal editor. We also have an interview with the winners of the 2011 ESSO Prize which is awarded each year for the best piece of research published in Occupational Medicine. Finally we end with another wonderful filler piece narrated by its author Anthony Seaton.

Oct 26 2012

29mins

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Rank #7: Podcast 15: Dr Yvette Martyn interviews Dr Jennifer Napier

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This podcast features an interview with Dr Jennifer Napier at the Occupational Health 2019 conference in Bristol, discussing her recent paper ‘Job strain and retirement decisions in UK general practice’ which is published in Occupational Medicine.

Sep 06 2019

23mins

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Rank #8: Podcast 14: Interview with Professor Neil Greenberg

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This episode is hosted by John Hobson, the Editor of Occupational Medicine, who interviews Professor Neil Greenberg, an academic psychiatrist who specialises in the understanding and management of psychological trauma, occupational mental ill-health, and post-traumatic stress disorder at King’s College London. John and Neil discuss Neil’s recent research paper published in Occupational Medicine and other research interests.

Mar 26 2018

21mins

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Rank #9: Occupational Health Podcast Sept 17 - Fishwick and Agius

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This episode is hosted by John Hobson, the editor of Occupational Medicine and features an interview with David Fishwick, Consultant Respiratory Physician at Sheffield and Chief Medical Officer at the Health and Safety Laboratory in Buxton. Dr. Fishwick received the Esso Prize for the best paper published in Occupational Medicine. John spoke with him about his research at the SOM conference in Leeds where he was awarded the prize. The podcast also features an interview with Raymond Agius from the Centre for Occupational and Environmental Health at Manchester University. John speaks to Professor Agius about his retirement and the upcoming changes at Manchester

Jul 05 2017

36mins

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Rank #10: Podcast 12: Interview with Ira Madan

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This podcast is hosted by John Hobson, the editor of Occupational Medicine, the podcast features an interview from Ira Madan, Consultant Occupation Physician at St Thomas’ Hospital in London and Chief Medical Officer to the Houses of parliament. Ira talks about her research and her career in occupational medicine.

Feb 27 2017

21mins

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