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CU Anschutz 360
29 minutes | 18 days ago
Changing her Course: Mountain Biker Rides Out Long COVID
It’s Real: Doctor, Patient Face Mysterious Long COVID
43 minutes | 2 months ago
CU-Led Playbook Gives Rural Health Leaders a Voice
When the pandemic struck last spring, rural health experts at CU and the Colorado Hospital Association fanned out to ask rural healthcare leaders what was working and what wasn’t amid the public health crisis. The result is a 134-page playbook that is getting rave reviews from healthcare leaders and policymakers nationwide.
25 minutes | 3 months ago
Closing the Cancer Care Gap Can Be a Matter of Life and Death
CU Cancer Center’s Cathy Bradley works to put treatment within everyone’s reach.
40 minutes | 5 months ago
Covid Reflections: Public Health with Jonathan Samet, MD, and Glen Mays, PhD
Dean of the Colorado School of Public Health Dr. Jonathan Samet and chair of the department of health systems, management and policy at the Colorado School of Public Health Dr. Glen Mays talk about modeling, lockdowns and what this pandemic means for the future of public health.
28 minutes | 5 months ago
Covid Reflections: Steven Berkowitz, MD
Professor of psychiatry Dr. Stephen Berkowitz talks about the mental health crisis stemming from the immediate disruptive nature of the pandemic. We discuss whether any of us will ever be the same, and how wholesale change could be a good thing in the long run.
30 minutes | 6 months ago
Covid Reflections: Sean O'Leary, MD
Sean O’Leary, MD, discusses role of children in the pandemic, and why the disease rarely causes them serious health problems. O’Leary also talks about his own battle with the coronavirus which continues despite the fact that he’s over the illness.
36 minutes | 6 months ago
Covid Reflections: Matthew Wynia, MD, MPH/MSPH
In this episode of Covid Reflections, Dr. Matthew Wynia talks about how the pandemic took bioethics out of the realm of the theoretical directly into real life - and the far-reaching implications of how the country failed to come together in this crisis.
34 minutes | 6 months ago
Covid Reflections: Michelle Barron, MD
The first episode in our series Covid Reflections, CU Anschutz infectious disease expert Michelle Barron, MD, reflects on how the Covid-19 pandemic unfolded, and how her thinking has evolved.
61 minutes | 7 months ago
CU Lung Cancer Specialist: ‘You Have to Personalize the Miracles’.
What are some of the common misconceptions about lung cancer patients? How is the CU Cancer Center pioneering some of the most advanced and personalized treatments for the disease? Listen to the CU Anschutz 360 podcast, just in time for November’s Lung Cancer Awareness Month, to find out.
40 minutes | 9 months ago
Talking Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Community Engagement at CU Anschutz
The new CU Anschutz Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Community Engagement has a lot on its plate. Associate Vice Chancellor Dr. Regina Richards and her team want to be drivers for systemic, strategic and sustainable changes campuswide. “We’re stronger together than we ever will be apart,” she said. “Our work is about unifying these key areas and really using diversity, equity, inclusion and community engagement to focus on all the mission-focus areas of our campus.”
35 minutes | 9 months ago
CU Anschutz Experts Share Ups and Downs of Controlling a Pandemic
Top CU Anschutz experts offer insights on COVID news.
22 minutes | a year ago
CU Anschutz researchers devise creative ways to share sun-safety during COVID-19
The Colorado Melanoma Foundation, led by CU School of Medicine dermatology Professor Neil Box, usually hits the road this time of year with its pioneering Sun Bus. However, due to the pandemic putting the brakes on the bus spring, the CMF and Dr. Box are rolling out yet more creative ways to deliver sun safety messages across Colorado, where the rate of skin cancer diagnosis exceeds the national average.
13 minutes | a year ago
Caring for children with autism during COVID-19
We talk with Robin Gabriels, a researcher in our Department of Psychiatry, on ways to cope with the challenges of pandemic life when caring for children with autism.
8 minutes | a year ago
Research could lead to new therapeutic options for lymphedema patients
Thanks to a somewhat unexpected research journey, Tamara Terzian, PhD, and her team recently uncovered a new molecular pathway to a previously untreatable and common lymphatic disease, lymphedema. Terzian also shares thoughts on the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on her native France.
21 minutes | a year ago
Expert offers tips on staying productive, keeping morale high while working remotely
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, more people are working from home than ever. What are the best practices for working remotely? In this episode of CU Anschutz 360, we consult with Dr. Lee Newman, a professor of environmental and occupational health at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus. He offers a host of recommendations that will help keep you productive, and hopefully your morale high, during this stressful time.
24 minutes | a year ago
CU Anschutz's May Chu And Thomas Jaenisch On COVID-19
In January, faculty from the Colorado School of Public Health convened an expert panel on coronavirus. Two panel members, Thomas Jaenisch, associate professor of epidemiology and pediatric infectious diseases and May Chu, clinical professor of epidemiology, recently sat down to talk about what we know – and still don’t know – about COVID-19. Jaenisch said, “Right now, we’re trying to buy more time – both to prepare vaccines and therapeutics, but also to slow the spread of disease and keep our healthcare systems from getting overloaded.”
23 minutes | 2 years ago
CU Anschutz's Dr. Betz: Care of suicidal patients takes humans, not just doctors
In 2019, nearly 31,000 people have died due to gun violence. Suicide by firearm represents nearly two-thirds of those deaths. As an emergency physician at CU Anschutz, Emmy Betz, MD, sees multiple patients with suicidal thoughts on every ER shift. “It’s a huge part of my job,” she said. In this podcast, Dr. Betz discusses her approaches and research into patient-centered injury prevention.
18 minutes | 2 years ago
CU Anschutz’s Dr. Potter: Strides being made toward finding Alzheimer’s disease treatments
Huntington Potter, PhD, Professor of Neurology and Director of the Alzheimer's Disease Center sits down with CU Anschutz 360 to discuss the latest in Alzheimer's research.
23 minutes | 2 years ago
Pushing The Limits of Medicine in Space
Students from the University of Colorado Boulder took a unique class in the Utah desert unlike any other in the country. The course is called "Medicine in Space and Surface Environments." The collaborative course is led by faculty at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus and CU Boulder and positions the University of Colorado as leaders in training first responders for space. We chat with members of the 2Mars crew on location inside the Martian Hab outside of Hanksville, Utah.
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