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This week we say goodbye to graduating senior podcast hosts, Lexi Fahrion, Emma Meador, and Alex Murra. The talk about their experiences and public health students and podcasters as they look to what's next for each them.A transcript of this episode will be available soon.Have an idea for a show? Questions or comments for our hosts? Send email to c…
 
This week's episode focuses on driving safety and the work of the research team at the National Advanced Driving Simulator. Ben's guest is NADS director, Dan McGeheeRead more about NADS at https://nads.uiowa.edu/A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-driving-safety-automated-ve…
 
Eric and Alex chat about the importance of DEI initiatives in academia with Liz Lara, DEI manager for the University of Iowa College of Public Health. To learn more about DEI resources at the college, visit https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/diversity/A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-…
 
We celebrate National Public Health Week with a conversation about partnerships, resiliency, and community and what it's been like to work in local, community-based public health during the COVID19 pandemic. Our guest is Danielle Pettit-Majewski, director of Johnson County (Iowa) Public Health and MPH alumna of the University of Iowa.A transcript o…
 
Rural communities face many unique public health challenges and this week, Radha and her guests take a look at the behavioral health needs and challenges facing rural America. She talks with Dr. Keith Mueller, head of the Department of Health Management and Policy at the University of Iowa and the Director of the RUPRI Center for Rural Health Polic…
 
This week, Ben and Radha talk with David Osterberg about the environment and public policy and how the connect with public health and efforts to make stronger, healthier communities.You can read more about David and his work at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/people/david-osterberg/A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public…
 
This is a terrific episode about language, communications, diversity, and equity as they relate to public health and health care. Logan and Anya welcome University of Iowa College of Public Health alumna, Bella De Soriano as she talks about her work with Healthline Media to create The Conscious Language Guide, a tool to improve patient-provider com…
 
In this episode, Alexis talks with MHA/JD candidates Danny Bush and Sam Cropper. They discuss the dynamic field of health law and policy, the intersection between health law and public health, and how lawyers can be utilized to serve as patient advocates.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/fro…
 
In February 2020, our crew talked about the emerging pandemic with epidemiologist and infectious disease expert Dr. Tara Smith from Kent State University. In this episode, we return to Dr. Smith to talk about what we've learned in the past 2 years and how the world and our society have changed because of COVID19.A transcript of this episode is avai…
 
Listen-in as Alexis and a group of public health students discuss their experiences with student case competitions and the associated educational benefits such as networking opportunities and professional development. She's joined this week by Kaleb Brooks, Sophie Dollison, Kori Thomas, and Mekenna Ollinger.A transcript of this episode is available…
 
In this encore episode from September 2021, Alex and Alexis talk to Dr. Dwight Ferguson, currently of the US Public Health Service. Dr. Ferguson is also one of the recipients of this year's UI College of Public Health Outstanding Alumni Awards. You can read more about Dr. Ferguson and his career at www.public-health.uiowa.edu/2021-outsta…recipients…
 
Radha and Lexi host pediatrician Dr. Rami Boutros for a discussion about vaccine hesitancy among parents, how to address it, and COVID19's effect on children.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-discussing-vaccine-hesitancy-with-a-pediatrician/Have an idea for a show? Questio…
 
This is a terrific conversation with psychiatrist, author, and Peabody Award-winning producer and director, Dr. Kenneth Paul Rosenberg. He's the author of "Bedlam: An Intimate Journey Into America's Mental Health Crisis."Anya, Alexis, and Dr. Rosenberg talk about the challenges of creating work that could be seen as controversial in the eyes of fel…
 
Alex Murra and Radha Velamuri host Dr. Elizabeth Walker and undergraduate student Evita Woolsey for a discussion about how hearing loss is a critical public health concern specifically among children.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-hearing-loss-and-language-acquisition/H…
 
New Episode! Our guest is Dr. Bruce Gantz, professor of otolaryngology and internationally recognized expert in cochlear implants. He talks with our crew about hearing loss as a public health issue, how it affects quality of life, and how COVID19 has increased the number of patients seeking access to hearing aids and implants.A transcript of this e…
 
Logan and Lexie explore vision, eye health, and public health with guest Dr. Christine Sindt, Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences. Dr. Sindt serves patients on the frontline, is heavily involved in ocular policy lobbying, and is also an innovator/inventor/business owner.Read more about Dr. Sindt at https://uihc.org/christine-w-s…
 
This episode is a look back for Dr. Cori Peek-Asa, professor and associate dean for research at the UI College of Public Health. She's taking a new position at the University of California San Diego, and we look back on the impact she's had during her time at the college, highlight favorite accomplishments and memories, and concludes with surprise …
 
This episode highlights National Injury Prevention Day (November 18) with guests Maggie Ferguson, Brain Injury & Disability Manager for the Iowa Department of Public Health; Lisa Roth, Deputy Director for the University of Iowa's Injury Prevention Research Center; & Clare Willey, 2nd-year graduate student in occupational and environmental health at…
 
BONUS EPISODE! Meet the student voices behind FTFR and learn a little about their diverse backgrounds and common interest in #publichealth.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-meet-the-2021-22-student-podcasting-team/Have an idea for a show? Questions or comments for our host…
 
This is another episode in our series about topics you may not think of when you think of public health.This week, Lexi Fahrion talks with Hannah Rochford about intimate partner violence (IPV), the roles that social and economic stress play, and the impact of the COVID19 pandemic on IPV.Read more about Hannah and her work at https://iprc.public-hea…
 
This is another episode in our series about topics you may not think of when you think of public health.This week Alex and Anya interview Shalisa Gladney, an educator, advocate, and doula who is passionate about community activism, consent, education, and addressing and ending violence, especially in communities of color.Read more about Shalisa at …
 
This week, we explore the issue of racial disparities surrounding cancer detection, care, and treatment with Dr. Mya Roberson, assistant professor in the Department of Health Policy at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. Dr. Roberson also talks about her path to public health and her experiences as a first generation college student. If you'd…
 
This is the first episode in a new series about topics you may not think of when you think of public health. Our episode this week is taken from a webinar about human trafficking, hosted by the University of Iowa Center for Human Rights and professor Brian Farrell. He talks with United Nations Special Rapporteur, Professor Siobhan Mullally, highlig…
 
This is an encore episode from July 2020 with Dr. David Krupp, an emergency room physician and co-founder of Mask of Wellness, a positive approach that promotes responsible behavior that is necessary to keep society open during this pandemic while benefiting social, physical, and economic wellness.Visit their website at www.maskofwellness.comHave a…
 
This final episode in our DEI series features a discussion about the Health Equity Advancement Lab (HEAL) at the University of Iowa with PhD candidate, Jessica Andino. She chats with our crew about the opportunities for students and the importance of exploring these issues in an open an honest learning environment.Learn more about HEAL at https://w…
 
This week, Alex and Alexis talk to Dr. Dwight Ferguson, currently of the US Public Health Service. Dr. Ferguson is also one of the recipients of this year's UI College of Public Health Outstanding Alumni Awards. You can read more about Dr. Ferguson and his career at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/2021-outstanding-alumni-award-recipients/A tran…
 
Episode 2 of our diversity, equity, and inclusion series. In this episode, Alexis Clark interviews Dr. Maggie Chorazy and Dr. Paul Gilbert about about the first annual Diversity, Equity, Inclusion report published from the College of Public Health, and how they keep DEI in mind throughout the decision-making process.A transcript of this episode is …
 
In the first of a 3-part series on diversity, equity, and inclusion issues, Alexis welcomes guests John Diederich, CEO, Rush Copley Medical Center, Mary Shillkaitis, COO, Rush Copley Medical Center, and current UI MHA student Kori Thomas.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-e…
 
This week we talk to a group of current public health students about their involvement with groups and organizations outside of the classroom and why getting involved is an important part of their education and career development.A transcript of the episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-getting-in…
 
Listen-in as Alexis Clark hosts a discussion with 5 current Master of Health Administration students at the University of Iowa about their summer internship experiences in widely different positions around the country. What did they learn? How did their work in the classroom prepare them for these real-world experiences? What did they learn and how…
 
This week's guest is Dr. Jacob Michaelson, who talks about his work in autism research and the SPARK Study, a landmark autism research project that seeks to build a research community of tens of thousands of individuals with autism and their families. It's a great discussion on an important topic with strong ties to traditional public health discip…
 
Summers off? No way. Not of you're a public health student. Join host Lexi Fahrion as she talks with 4 current UI College of Public Health students about their summer internships and work experiences, what they've learned, and how these experiences will help them in the classroom and in their future plans.A transcript of this episode is available a…
 
This week we're talking healthcare administration with Erin Willits, outgoing Administrative Fellow for University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics and Ryon Rasmussen, outgoing Administrative Fellow for UI Physician Group. They chat with Alexis about what an administrative fellowship is and their responsibilities, how their experiences were impacted due…
 
In this final episode in our series on mental health, Alex talks with Dr. Laura Fuller, division director of the University of Iowa Department of Psychiatry and a clinical associate professor of psychiatry at the UI Carver College of Medicine. They discuss how the pandemic has affected the mental wellbeing of children and Dr. Fuller shares some adv…
 
This week, Alex talks with Dr. Stacey Pawlak, a clinical psychologist and clinical assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine and the director of women's wellness and counseling services at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. In this 2nd episode in our series on mental health. Alex and Dr. Pawla…
 
ENCORE EPISODE: What's it like delivering mental health and counseling services to students on a Big Ten campus during the Covid-19 pandemic? How have counselors and students adapted to tele-mental health therapy? Our crew talks about these issues and more with University of Iowa Director of Counseling Services, Dr. Barry Schreier.A transcript of t…
 
This is the first of a 3-part series on mental health, hosted by Alex Murra.This week, she talks with Dr. Anthony Mielke about men's mental health, masculinity, and gender norms. You can listen to Dr. Mielke's podcast. "Becoming Man," at https://open.spotify.com/show/4HiiYepaWim06IeRZkwqvD?si=H9R210NLRUKhalf0UodwDQ&dl_branch=1&nd=1A transcript of t…
 
This week's episode features a conversation with Dr. Ken Anderson; physician, health administrator, policy advisor, and author. Dr. Anderson served as a medical affairs advisor on President Clinton's Nation Health Policy Team, and is currently the Executive Director for the Executive MHA program at the University of Iowa College of Public Health.A …
 
This week's episode features a discussion with Alex Morrell and Conner Welch two Master of Health Administration (MHA) students at the University of Iowa who work with Iowa's Office of Statewide Clinical Education Programs (OSCEP)which is based in the UI's Carver College of Medicine. They chat with Alexis about how the office plays a vital role for…
 
This episode features Sharron Magyar a hypnotherapist specializing in PTSD and substance use. She discusses the healthy mind/body connection and the positive impacts an individual may have when combining hypnotherapy with traditional mental health practices.For more on Sharron's work, visit https://sharronmagyar.com or goldenheartypnosis.comA trans…
 
Recent grads and "From the Front Row" contributors Luke Sampson and Megan Pospisil say goodbye and share their experiences as students, podcasters, and a little about what they've learned along the way.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-luke-and-megan-reflect-on-their-exper…
 
Steve and Oge say goodbye in their final episode (they graduated last week!) and talk about their experiences as public health students and podcasters, what they've learned along the way, and share what's next for them.A transcript for the episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-steve-and-oges-final…
 
This week's episode is a recording of a webinar about reclaiming public spaces such as parks and playgrounds, in order to build a sense of community and increase healthy and safe behaviors among children and young adults. Featured panelists include Marizen Ramirez, Sylvia Ortega, Mark Berg, and Albert Sharp.A transcript of this episode is available…
 
Kaci Ginn is this week's guest. She's currently an undergrad public health student at the University of Iowa who is also working at a county public health department helping to navigate the COVID19 pandemic.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-public-health-undergraduate-kaci…
 
This week Steve talks with Dr. Phyllis Meadows of the Kresge Foundation. They discuss public health policy and partnerships with private organizations to leverage resources in order to meet public health needs and improve health equity.Read more about Dr. Meadows at https://kresge.org/person/phyllis-d-meadows/A transcript of this episode is availab…
 
Our guests this week are Redwan Bin Abdul Baten and Rachel Maller; 2 graduate students at the University of Iowa who both serve on the UI's Graduate and Professional Government. They share their experiences as grad students and talk about the creation and implementation of a survey and report designed to gather information about the many issues and…
 
UI College of Public Health alumnus Aaron Reinke joins Alexis and Steve to talk about his experiences at the Black Hawk County Health Department and discuss what it's like as an epidemiologist - especially a relatively new one - at the local level during a global pandemic.A transcript of the episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.e…
 
This week our guest is Dr. Nafissa Cisse Egbuonye, director of the Black Hawk County Health Department. She joins Steve and Alexis to talk about working in public health at the local level and the keys to communicating important messages during the pandemic.In 2019, the UI College of Public Health honored Dr. Cisse Egbuonye with the Iowa Public Hea…
 
Here's a great discussion about COVID19 vaccine allocation and distribution at the local level. Sam Jarvis from Johnson County Public Health talks about the distribution plan and the process used to arrive at it along with how it fits in with overall emergency preparedness.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa…
 
This week Alex discusses the recent violence against the AAPI community and it's implications for public health with Dr. Melissa Borja from the University of Michigan.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-public-health-implications-of-violence-toward-the-aapi-community/Have an…
 
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