Deonandia Podcast

Lectures, opinions, insights and interviews from Dr Raywat Deonandan: epidemiologist, global health researcher, journalist, novelist, and science communicator.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 32m. Bisher sind 31 Folge(n) erschienen. Alle 4 Wochen erscheint eine Folge dieses Podcasts
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Clinical features of patients isolated for suspected Ebola virus disease


Amol Gill and Matthew Dawkins discuss Ebola via a fake interview with a fictional expert, Max Lord.


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 2016-09-19  26m
 
 

Career Advice for Health Sciences Students


Mar 19, 2016 — The Health Sciences Students Association of the University of Ottawa invited Dr Deonandan to say a few words about career planning. Here is the raw audio of that presentation.


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 2016-03-20  19m
 
 

How to Teach Health Sciences – Interview with Kahina Abdesselam and Sam Ileka-Priouzeau


Feb 7, 2016 — Sometime last year I sat down with two of my favourite young Epidemiologists, Kahina Abdesselam and Samuel Ileka-Priouzeau, to talk about a variety of issues around Epidemiology and health sciences education. The audio quality is poor,


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 2016-02-08  40m
 
 

Epidemiology Graduate Work – Interview with Priscilla Karnabi and Rami El-Sayegh


On Jan 24, 2016, I met up with some former students who are now pursuing graduate work in Vancouver. Priscilla Karnabi and Rami El-Sayegh sat down with me at a very loud coffee shop to tell me about their work and their thoughts about the future of Epi...


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 2016-01-25  18m
 
 

Career Planning for Global Health Students


Nov 8, 2015 — My presentation at the Global Health Students and Young Professional Summit in Montreal. I served on the career panel. I didn’t have any slides, but I think the audio is sufficient!


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 2015-11-09  10m
 
 

The IJHS Podcast


Oct 13, 2015 – The inaugural podcast of the IJHS journal, which I founded and presently advise, features myself and Stephen Kutcher discussing the present Canadian federal election through the lens of health scientists.


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 2015-10-14  23m
 
 

Breastfeeding, Homeopathy, and Astrology — part 2 of my interview with Patrick Saunders-Hastings


July 2, 2015 — Chatting once more with public health expert Patrick Saunders-Hastings.  This time we go over three studies that have been in the news lately, everything from whether breastfeeding makes smarter babies to whether your horoscope can predi...


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 2015-07-07  27m
 
 

California Makes Vaccination Mandatory — Part 1 of my interview with Patrick Saunders-Hastings


July 2, 2015 — A few days ago, the state of California signed into law bill SB-277, which makes it mandatory for children attending public school to be vaccinated against certain diseases. To talk about this event,


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 2015-07-02  32m
 
 

Globalization and the Indian Middle Class


June 2, 2015 – Greetings from Ahmedabad, India, where I am one of the instructors at the Indian Institute of Technology (Gandhinagar) Summer Institute on Global Health & Development. As part of our program,


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 2015-06-02  53m
 
 

The Uncanny Return of the Race Concept


May 5, 2015 — This is the first of 7 guest podcasts produced by the graduate students of the Interdisciplinary School of Health Sciences. In today’s episode, Lynne Jrade, Andréanne Chaumont,  Jennifer Kathleen Cano,


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 2015-05-05  19m