June 30, 2020
Hey everyone! Linsey and Quinn are back with a two-part episode featuring a discussion with Dr. Erika Fant, clinical pharmacist, and Dr. Janice Zgibor, pharmacist and epidemiologist. We talk COVID, pharmacy, contact tracing, and more!
(This episode was originally recorded a few weeks ago but we held off on posting it to allow others to focus on the Black Lives Matter movement, but now that COVID is spiking again, we thought it would be a good time to get back in your ears.)
Thanks for listening!
May 5, 2020
Linsey and Quinn hop on Skype again to discuss the ongoing coronavirus crisis, compare figures from around the world, and contemplate what it means that some states are opening up while others remain closed. It gets weird.
April 13, 2020
Linsey and Quinn meet again (remotely this time) to discuss the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, including conspiracy theories and how this is affecting marginalized communities especially hard. Hang in there, everyone.
July 13, 2019
If you've been paying attention to anything over the past 15 years, you have probably noticed that vape pens, or e-cigarettes, have become increasingly more popular in the United States. But did you know the first prototype dates back to the 1800s? Learn about this and more as we discuss the history and current science (and controversy) regarding e-cigarettes!
May 8, 2019
Episode 40! Today Linsey and Quinn discuss the yellow fever epidemic of 1793 which ravaged the city of Philadelphia and almost shut down the American government. Also, what the hosts have been enjoying lately! Enjoy.
April 3, 2019
Thank you to everyone who came and saw us at the 2019 Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) Annual Conference in Salt Lake City! We didn’t do a live show per-se, but rather a roundtable presentation about how podcasts can be a useful tool for communicating to a variety of audiences. We’ll share that info sometime, but for now, sit back and enjoy a story about a pioneer woman who not only was an accomplished doctor and public health champion but also the first female state senator in the U.S. – and an interesting person too!
The intro and outro music is “Take Your Medicine” by The Quick and Easy Boys. Rate and review us on Apple Podcasts and Google Play and sign up for our email list at www.viral-pod.com.
March 27, 2019
Hey everyone! This is a rebroadcast of an episode we aired early in our run. We think the topic of propaganda is relevant still and wanted to re-release just the discussion portion of that episode. Be back in your feeds with a new episode soon!
Credit to The Quick and Easy Boys for their song "Take Your Medicine" which is the intro and outro of our podcast.
March 24, 2019
Sex education should be accessible to everyone, right? Sometimes that's not the case. Linsey discusses her research and dissertation work focused on making sex education accessible for adolescents with intellectual disabilities. Join us for a great conversation!
We're also headed to Salt Lake City for the 2019 Society for Public Health Education Annual Meeting! If you're there too, feel free to say hi! We're hosting a roundtable discussion on how to use podcasts as a tool for health education and promotion!
Intro/Outro Music: “Take Your Medicine” by The Quick & Easy Boys