Canada's global leadership on health23 Feb 2018
Jocalyn Clark and Danielle Martin discuss Canada's healthcare system as part of The Lancet's Canada Series.
Virtual reality and surgical training16 Feb 2018
Virtual reality and simulation are fast becoming important surgical training tools. The Lancet looks into the benefits, and what the future might hold.
What do we want from global health in 2018? The Lancet's editor-in-chief Richard Horton discusses his hopes for world health, as well as looking back at 2017.
Adam Bemma discusses his world report on the Rohingya refugees' attempts to settle in Malaysia.
Rebecca Cooney discusses the newly FDA-approved gene therapy for treating loss of vision as a result of retinal dystrophy.
The author of the Wakley Prize-winning essay, Kate Rowland, talks about the ethics of care and the philosophy underlying the clinician-patient relationship, themes raised in her essay.
Joan Marsh and Paul Glasziou discuss what steps can be taken to reduce research waste with the public availability of trial protocols.
Roy Taylor talks about weight management techniques and remission in type 2 diabetes.
Liver disease: The Lancet: November 29, 201729 Nov 2017
Martin McKee discusses the final report of the Lancet's Commission on liver disease, highlighting the health costs of excess alcohol consumption, obesity, and viral hepatitis.
Kazem Rahimi discusses the temporal trends and patterns in heart failure incidence in the UK between 2002 and 2014.
Nick Watts and Elizabeth Robinson discuss their findings from the 2017 report of The Lancet Countdown: Tracking Progress on Health and Climate Change
Joe Parkin Daniels, author of a new World Report on a military hospital in Bogota, joins us to discuss the nuances of peace and conflict in Colombia since the FARC peace deal, and the challenges still facing healthcare in the country.
Gina McCarthy, former EPA Administrator, and Commission leads Philip Landrigan and Richard Fuller join Gavin Cleaver for a discussion of the problems of pollution and the solutions available.
Felicia Knaul and Julio Frenk discuss the Commission on the global access to palliative care and pain relief, highlighting the new metric used to measure the burden, an essential package to these treatments, and integration of palliative care and pain relief into health systems.
Michel Kazatchkine joins us to talk about Russia's health system and struggles with HIV/AIDS in the context of its unique history.
Emanuele Di Angelantonio talks about his study on increasing the frequency of blood donation.
Rebecca Cooney and Hanni Stoklosa discuss the distinction between human trafficking and smuggling.
In this special podcast we talk to GBD guru Chris Murray, representatives from exemplar countries Ethiopia, Nepal, and Peru, and The Lancet's editor Richard Horton.
Discussion with two authors of a new Lancet Commission about the need for a new approach to prevent, manage, and cure asthma.
Paul Tam discusses the two-part Series about Paediatric Surgery, focusing on developments in paediatric urology and gastroenterology.
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