Category Archives: podcast

Systematic Reviews: What Are They and How to Do Them

June 28, 2017 — This is the audio of a presentation I gave to attendees of a special summer workshop on social justice, hosted by the Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar in Ahmedabad, India. The slides from the presentation are available here.

 

Measuring Poverty

June 27, 2017 — This is the audio of a presentation I gave to doctoral and post-doctoral students attending a special summer workshop on social justice, hosted at the Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar in Ahmedabad, India.  The air-conditioning in the room was rather loud, so I do apologize for the audio quality of the recording. The slides from my presentation are available here.

Psychotherapy for HIV/AIDS Patients in Uganda

This episode of the Deonandia podcast was produced by three students from my undergraduate international health class in October of 2015.  Michelle Brazeau, Jessica Colbourne and Fallon Melville analyze a study titled, “Group support psychotherapy for depression treatment in people with HIV/AIDS in northern Uganda: a single-centre randomised controlled trial.”

Hazardous Alcohol Drinking in Russia

Once more, I turn this podcast over to my undergraduate students in my 4th year international health class.  This episode was recorded in 2015 by Anika Suri and Patrick Van Loon, and they chose to examine “Hazardous alcohol drinking and premature mortality in Russia: a population based case-control study.”