Action Phase Podcast Episode 20

Pete Hill HeadshotMy very first trans-Atlantic podcast! Pete Hill, creator of the podcast “I’m a Public Health Professional Get Me Out of Here,” and I have a great conversation about the differences between the UK and the USA in regards to public health, why podcasts are important, and the power of social media. You can also hear me on his show here. I didn’t do an intro or outro this week since I talk plenty already. Action Phase is on iTunes. Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Ratings help other people find the show and have the added benefit of giving me a little ego boost!

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Action Phase Podcast Episode 13

Jonathan Purtle explains trauma theory and how the human experience of trauma should permeate the way public health addresses issues. We also talk about Healing Hurt People and The Public’s Health, the only public health blog associated with a major metropolitan newspaper. Action Phase is on iTunes! Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Please also rate the show in order to help other people find it.

As always, you can listen to it here, too!Jonathan Purtle Headshot

Action Phase Podcast Episode 2

This week, it's all about drugs, violence, and psychology as I talk with Kate Schaeffer. She's the Alcohol and Other Drug, Interpersonal Violence, and Mental Health Coordinator at the Wellness Resource Center at Temple University. You can download the episode by going here and saving the page as an mp3.

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Introducing Action Phase Podcast

Whelp, I convinced myself. Today I'm releasing the inaugural episode of my new project, Action Phase Podcast. Learn more about it here.

In Episode 1, I talk with Briana Morgan from the Office of HIV Planning Philadelphia. Going to a liberal arts college gave her  one marketable skill, taking minutes at meetings--and now she's doing all kinds of awesome internet and coding things to help make HIV data available to the public.

You can download the episode by going here and saving the page as an mp3.

Or you can listen to it right here!