The Health Advocate Podcast


The Health Advocate Podcast—your trusted voice of public healthcare

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association is proud to bring to you The Health Advocate Podcast.
 

Each episode features interviews with researchers, previews of AHHA events, and insights into our advocacy and professional development work and activities. It’s interesting, entertaining and time efficient at around 10 minutes an episode.


The Health Advocate Podcast is truly the voice of public healthcare—to stay in touch, click on the links below to listen in real time or download episodes for later.

 

To listen to the Podcast, follow the 'Listen' link below and click on the orange 'play' button, or download/subscribe to each episode via iTunes or in your podcast app of choice.

Episode 6 - Nigel Edwards and Lisa Robey

In the sixth episode of the AHHA's Health Advocate Podcast, AHHA Engagement and Business Director, Lisa Robey, discusses the concept of re-positioning the hospital with Nigel Edwards, Chief Executive of the Nuffield Trust and a keynote speaker at the upcoming 42nd World Hospital Congress in Brisbane.
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Release date:

13 September 2018

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Episode 5 - Mikaela Jorgensen and Rebecca Haddock

In the fifth episode of the AHHA's Health Advocate Podcast, Deeble Institute for Health Policy Research Director, Dr Rebecca Haddock, the latest Deeble Institute for Health Policy Research Issues Brief, The impact of the home care reforms on the older person, the aged care workforce and the wider Health System, with its author, Deeble Institute Summer Scholar, Dr Mikaela Jorgensen.

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Release date:

04 September 2018

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Episode 4 - Claire Jackson and Lisa Robey

In the fourth episode of the AHHA's Health Advocate Podcast, Engagement and Business Director, Lisa Robey, discusses Integrated Care with Director, UQ-MRI Centre for Health System Reform and Integration at the University of Queensland and Professor in General Practice and Primary Care Research, Professor Claire Jackson.
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Release date:

14 August 2018 Listen

Episode 3 - Elizabeth McCourt and Rebecca Haddock

In the third episode of the AHHA's Health Advocate Podcast, Deeble Institute Manager, Dr Rebecca Haddock, discusses the latest Deeble Institute for Health Policy Research Issues Brief, Improving Pharmacist Involvement in Pandemic Influenza Planning and Response in Australia, with its author, Deeble Institute Summer Scholar, Elizabeth McCourt.

Music (bit.ly/2JNjt6G) by Lee Rosevere (bit.ly/2uH023Z) / CC BY 4.0 (bit.ly/1rMF155) / Excerpt from original

Release date:

31 July 2018 Listen

Episode 2 - Chris Pointon and Alison Verhoeven

In the second episode of the AHHA's Health Advocate Podcast, Chief Executive Alison Verhoeven sits down with co-founder of the #hellomynameis campaign, Chris Pointon to discuss the upcoming 42nd World Hospital Congress, to be held in Brisbane on 10-12 October 2018.
.Music by Lee Rosevere / CC BY 4.0 / Excerpt from original

Release date:

18 June 2018

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Episode 1 - Introduction

 Welcome to the Health Advocate Podcast - showcasing the work of AHHA members and friends
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 Music by Lee Rosevere / CC BY 4.0 / Excerpt from original

 Release date:

 18 June 2018

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