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QHOnAir – CFRC Podcast Network
43 minutes | 2 days ago
In this episode, Rosie is joined by Alex Jones, a personal trainer with the Athletics and Recreation Centre at Queen’s and currently in her Master’s of physiotherapy. Alex and Rosie chat about the importance of physical activity, the long-term effects of being sedentary, why it is important to build habits at a young age and how to keep yourself accountable. Since the episode has been recorded, some of the measures at the Queen’s ARC have changed. You can find the up to date measures and exercise options here: https://rec.gogaelsgo.com
59 minutes | a month ago
This is the second episode of the two-part mini-series on mental health. In this episode, Kate is joined by Peter Mendolia and Prishni Seyone, the Head Manager and Marketing Manager, respectively, of the Peer Support Centre (PSC) at Queen’s University. Peter and Prishni share their experiences with the PSC, what mental health means to them and how we can support our own mental health as well as those around us. Peter also shares a ton of mental health resources that we have linked below. Enjoy. PSC: http://amspeersupport.com/ Empower Me: https://www.queensu.ca/studentwellness/empower-me TAO: https://www.queensu.ca/studentwellness/tao Student Wellness Services (Queen’s): https://www.queensu.ca/studentwellness/mental-health Good2Talk: https://good2talk.ca/ Talk: https://www.telephoneaidlinekingston.com/
48 minutes | a month ago
This is the first episode in a two-part mini-series on mental health. In this episode, Kate is joined by Theresa Straathof, an occupational therapist with 30 years of experience in the field of mental health. Theresa is the co-author of the book: Coping Strategies to Promote Occupational Engagement and Recovery, a program manual to provide training in resilience, recovery, and health routines. (https://www.caot.ca/client/product2/513/item.html) *Trigger Warning* : Today’s episode covers sensitive topics including suicide. If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, call the Canada Suicide Prevention Service at 1-833-456-4566 (24/7) or text 45645 (4 PM – 12 AM ET). You are not alone. https://www.crisisservicescanada.ca/en/
55 minutes | 3 months ago
*CONTENT WARNING* This podcast includes health conversations with topics surrounding porn, masturbation, & consent in the context of healthy & unhealthy sexual relationships. Listeners under 18 years old must use discretion. In episode 5, Rosie chats with sexual health researcher and clinical psychologist, Caroline Pukall, about indicators of an unhealthy relationship, healthy communication, consent and resources for students with sexual health questions. Later, Public Relations Intern Kristen Di Santo interviews past peer educator Katrina, on her experience facilitating health discussions in Belize.
45 minutes | 3 months ago
This episode includes a conversation with Amber Stratton, co-founder and owner of the Pure Life brand and Liz Stanton, a QHO alumna. Amber speaks to the power of movement and mindfulness, her experience as an entrepreneur and the mind-body connection. You can find Amber on Instagram @pureyogiamber. Looking to connect with your mind and body? Check out Pure’s online platforms: https://jointheritual.co/ https://purelife.tv/catalog Are you in the Ottawa area and looking to fuel your body with real, whole foods? Check out Pure Kitchen! https://www.purekitchenottawa.com/ Liz chats about her experience as a Guyana Peer Educator and how her involvement with QHO sparked her passion for global health. As a side hustle Liz is baking up a storm and you can check her out on Instagram @eatsbyelizabeth. Gluten-free or lactose-free? Liz has got you covered! Looking to indulge over the holidays? Liz has also got you covered! CONTENT WARNING-Explicit language that may be uncomfortable for some listeners occurs at the 9:53 and 10:41 marks in this podcast. https://podcast.cfrc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/QHOnAir-Episode-4.mp3
61 minutes | 4 months ago
This episode includes a conversation with Terry Haynes, a Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) teacher and a previous QHO Co-Director, Jenna Hickey. Terry chats about what mindfulness is, how you can practice it in your everyday life and what effects it has on your overall health. Jenna gives us insight on her experiences with QHO in the past, working with NGOs since graduating university, and why the sector of global health has so much potential.
45 minutes | 4 months ago
This episode features a conversation with Hailey Rodgers, a Queen’s student and author of the book See Me. Hailey chats about what it means to be authentic, the power of storytelling, and her definition of health: eat well, move well, think well, be well (and have fun!). Hailey’s book is all about being fearlessly authentic and you can check it out here: https://haileyrodgersauthor.com/ (50% of proceeds are going to the Legacy of Hope Foundation until Dec 1) This episode also features a conversation with QHO alumna, Kathryn Leslie. Kathryn was a Peer Educator in the Inuit community of Salluit, Nunavik in Spring of 2019 and she speaks to why she joined QHO and her experiences on initiative.
44 minutes | 5 months ago
Queen’s Health Outreach Co Directors chat about what QHO is, why they joined, what QHO means to them and to hear some of their favourite memories being on QHO. The episode also features a conversation with Professor Ron Shore about his career, working with people with addiction, mental health, harm reduction, and what role alcohol plays in western/ Queen’s culture.
1 minutes | 5 months ago
https://podcast.cfrc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/QHO-Podcast-Intro.mp3 Introductory Episode of Queen’s Health Outreach
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