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'FLYING DOCTORS IN TIME OF CORONA CRISIS' Student Podcasts hosted by class of Global Health

Campus Fryslân - GlobalCast

Hoe Virtual Reality (voormalig) IC-patiënten kan helpen bij herstel
Het klinkt misschien niet direct voor de hand liggend: werken met een Virtual Reality bril voor patiënten (na)zorg. Maar na het luisteren van dit aanstekelijk enthousiaste gesprek in deze editie van GlobalCast zal het duidelijk zijn dat de onderzoekers niet over één nacht ijs zijn gegaan. En dat aan de basis van dit onderzoek een even zo belangrijk voortraject zat.  Voor deze aflevering van GlobalCast gingen we in gesprek met : Lise Beumeler PhD Researcher Recovery after critical illness - Campus Fryslân & Medical Centre Leeuwarden. Mirthe de Vries student Bewegingswetenschappen en als assistent student betrokken bij het VR-project van Lise. Johan van der Meulen Eigenaar developer 8D games, Leeuwarden.  Luister en krijg een mooi inkijkje in de aanpak van hun onderzoek.
March 23, 2022
Global Cast - Data and Society - a critical introduction by two authors
In this episode we discuss the brand new book : Data and Society: A Critical Introduction.  Our guests and authors of the book, Sabina Leonelli and Anne Beaulieu will give a short introduction on this topic and the reason why they wrote it. This book investigates the growing importance of data as a technological, social, economic and scientific resource. It explains how data practices have come to underpin all aspects of human life and explores what this means for those directly involved in handling data.  It might be clear that (big) data are part of our every day life and have become very powerful in society and science. Therefore there will be a great need for scientists, who will produce more social responsible data.  Grounded in examples spanning genetics, sport and digital innovation, both writers will give an insight into the deep interrelations between technical, social and ethical aspects of data work. For more information on the publication follow this link
December 09, 2021
Using data-driven measures to manage COVID-19
As vaccines and effective treatment are continuously under development, governments, private organizations, and scientific institutions develop data-driven programs as an option to mitigate the impact of the pandemic. Is it possible to use mobile apps and data-measures to end the pandemic locally or by nation? What are the consequences in terms of privacy and legislation for citizens and companies? In this episode we will be joined by two scientists who recently researched the developments on these Data-driven-measures to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 and digital vaccination passports: Dr. Oskar Gstrein, Assistant Professor at the University of Groningen, Campus Fryslân Data Research Centre and Taís Blauth, PHD candidate with focus on Artificial Intelligence and International Relations. Join us for another episode of GlobalCast
May 28, 2021
Why Climate Adaptation will be the key to our survival
Are you more than aware of your behavior and impact on the Climate as a World Citizen? Or is it just something you heard about? Do we need to adapt individually or do we need to adapt more as a community, together? How can we adapt? And why is it called : The Key to Our Survival?As always at GlobalCast we dive in a bit deeper with the help of some experts.  This episode we invited two Climate & Adaptation specialists: Dr. Karsten Schulz, Assistant Professor Governance & Innovation at University of Groningen Campus Fryslan and an expert  on Climate Change Adaptation & Disaster Risk Reduction. Sander Chan PhD, is a Political scientist specialized in transnational climate action and global environmental politics and most recently as a senior researcher at the Global Center of Adaptation.
March 28, 2021
Voice Technology: scientific and professional insights
In this episode of GlobalCast, we will have a quick dive into the booming business of Voice Technology with two experts : Matt Coler and Esther Klabbers. Matt Coler is Associate Professor and Director of the Voice Technology Master of Science Program at University of Groningen - Campus Fryslân (more information) and Esther Klabbers is a speech scientist at ReadSpeaker (based in Driebergen-Rijsenburg), a leading business in Voice Technology.  
January 11, 2021
'HERD IMMUNITY' Student Podcasts : hosted by class of Global Health
'HERD IMMUNITY' Have  you  recently  heard  the  term  “herd  immunity”  and  wondered  what  it  means?  Are  you concerned about infection rates with COVID-19 in your country or elsewhere? Or are you simply trying to get a better overview on the current situation of how COVID-19 influences our lives and why it does? Then this podcast is for you! With this podcast we summarise the most important aspects of the concept of herd immunity for you. In addition, we can think together about what herd immunity means in times of COVID-19, if it is achievable and why governments have seemingly different approaches on managing the situation in their countries.
July 02, 2020
'FLYING DOCTORS IN TIME OF CORONA CRISIS' Student Podcasts hosted by class of Global Health
'FLYING DOCTORS IN TIME OF CORONIA CRISIS' In this episode your hosts (Hannah and Linus) speak with the former head of the African Flying Doctors, Dr Bettina Vadera, from her home in Nairobi about Kenya’s handling of the coronavirus crisis. Listen as they discuss the difficulties of social distancing, shambolic quarantines and the economic impacts that have hit the poorest the hardest*; and how despite all the faults, Dr Vadera still has cause for optimism.
July 02, 2020
'CANCER PATIENT DURING COVID-19' Student Podcasts hosted by class of Global Health
'CANCER PATIENT DURING COVID-19' How did covid-19 affect our day to day life across the globe, across the population groups, and across the social strata? We are Lina, Roel, Sophie and Anniek and we have created a podcast as a part of our Global Health course. The goal of our podcast was to create understanding and highlight the perspective of people that deal with cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic. We tried to get a sense of whether cancer patients are specifically affected by the corona crisis and to what extent the feeling of abandonment lives. Is there still enough attention for cancer patients during the ongoing crisis? In order to gain more insight into these topics, we conducted an interview with someone who has recently battled cancer and combined this with interesting discussions
June 26, 2020
'PREGNANCY DURING COVID-19' Student Podcasts hosted by class of Global Health
'PREGNANCY DURING COVID-19' How did covid-19 affect our day to day life across the globe, across the population groups, and across the social strata? In honour of Mother’s Day, today's hosts Linde Lokin and Giovanni Bergamini talked about pregnancy, giving birth and the post-partum period during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Netherlands. In order to have a thorough picture of what it is like living and working with such vulnerable parts of our society Linde and Giovanni interviewed a new mother in our community - - Berfu, as well as new parents from other parts of the Netherlands - Stijn and Inge. They shared their unique, but at the same time similar experiences of becoming new parents, thoughts about motherhood in such uncertain times, and of course their new-found respect for the medical workers. Moreover, another guest was a local midwife, Martha, who talked about her experience as a medical professional and her work during COVID-19. She shared some interesting insights about pregnancy, loneliness and fears that might occur during these times.
June 26, 2020
'MENTAL HEALTH IN TIMES OF QUARANTAINE' Student Podcasts hosted by class of Global Health
'MENTAL HEALTH  IN TIMES OF QUARANTAINE' How did covid-19 affect our day to day life across the globe, across the population groups, and across the social strata? Quarantine has a wide range of effects where the consequences are found in a variety of different dimensions. The dimension of mental health is vastly altered by the now differentiating social context. To shed more light on this situation we interviewed psychologist Lauren Gaspar from the State of Texas about mental health during quarantine. In this podcast we delve into topics ranging from the importance of keeping yourself hydrated to the role of social media as a community of normalcy, among a variety of other interesting topics. Enjoy the podcast, take care and stay safe!
June 26, 2020
The future of tourism, rethinking public and private space.
After several months of quarantaine and social distancing, people not only have questions about their own health, their work and school. But more and more they want to know if they can still travel around, take an airplane or go to their favorite restaurant , because the use of public space has changed so much within these new COVID rules. So. what’s to expect?  Elena Cavagnaro and Lucia Tomassini will give us a forecast.
June 18, 2020
Working and Teaching online an inside and forecast.
It’s been more than 2 months now. COVID-19 forced us to stay at home and to work, educate & study from home. Working and Teaching online has become the ‘new normal’. Is it ‘Peanuts’ or ‘Mega challenge’ for educators in the short and long term? We will listen to an inside and a forecast, professionally and personally.
May 20, 2020