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Well Spoken Wellness
37 minutes | Feb 3, 2019
Episode 4: A study in claims
This episode we talk to Margaret McCartney GP in Glasgow who writes for various bits of the media mainly about evidence-based medicine; Margaret is a regular contributor to the British Medical Journal, and Radio 4’s Inside Health. We discussed her latest article around the 'cult of wellness' and her thoughts on what the industry needs to to to become more credible. You can find Margaret at links below: Article: Don’t fall prey to the cult of wellness Twitter: @mgtmccartney Blog: www.margaretmccartney.com
26 minutes | Jan 26, 2019
Episode 3: A study in shortcuts
A study on whether healthy shortcuts actually improve health literacy. With communications guru Jess Pacey, we discuss whether convenience is the trick to prompt successful behaviour change or whether this only glosses over education gaps in the quest of being healthier.
23 minutes | Jan 4, 2019
Episode 2: A study in trust
A study in the way that we trust and assess claims in health and wellness. From figuring out if we are subconscious crowdsourcing our wellness goals to the filters and scans we do to figure out fact from fiction and snail oil from substantiated evidence.
24 minutes | Jan 2, 2019
Episode 1: A study in variables
A study in variables and the impact they have on how we communicate claims in health and wellness. From figuring out if you have a consciousness, St John's Wort and Instagram influencers, we explore if your personal wellness story can be used as evidence.
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