Adaptive Sports and Recreation in WNY- Sports Equipment
Buffalo HealthCast
by University at Buffalo Public Health and Health Professions
1M ago
Four local athletes, Steve Spitz, Emily Keicher, Kate Hahn and Adam Page return to discuss adaptive equipment in adaptive/inclusive sports. The discussion includes progression of sports equipment and accessing equipment. The discussion flows into related topics of travel for sporting events and accessibility of hotels as well as fitting equipment to preserve skin integrity. Host: Jeanne Langan, Department of Rehabilitation Science, UB.    The Adaptive Sports and Recreation in WNY podcast was created to share experiences and expertise of athletes, their families and community organiza ..read more
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Adaptive Sports and Recreation in WNY- Talking to Athletes
Buffalo HealthCast
by University at Buffalo Public Health and Health Professions
1M ago
Four Western New York athletes, Steve Spitz, Emily Keicher, Kate Hahn and Adam Page, discuss their pathway to adaptive/inclusive sports, the multiple sports they enjoy and what keeps them in adaptive sports.  Host: Jeanne Langan, Department of Rehabilitation Science, UB. The Adaptive Sports and Recreation in WNY podcast was created to share experiences and expertise of athletes, their families and community organizations on adaptive sports and recreation in WNY. Episodes will highlight different perspectives on adaptive and inclusive sports and recreation in WNY. This podcast is a collab ..read more
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Adaptive Sports and Recreation in WNY- Family Perspective
Buffalo HealthCast
by University at Buffalo Public Health and Health Professions
1M ago
Three local athletes, Steve Spitz, Emily Keicher and Adam Page return. Emily is accompanied by her parents Chris and Liz. Adam is accompanied by his father, Norm. We discuss family and sports. The topics range from parents (Steve, Chris, Liz and Norm) supporting and coaching their children in sports, camaraderie with other parents through adaptive sports, and sports/recreation that they enjoy as a family. Athletes and parents emphasize the benefits that adaptive/inclusive sports have had for their family. Host: Jeanne Langan, Department of Rehabilitation Science, UB.    The Adaptive ..read more
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National Public Health Week Civic Engagement Episode
Buffalo HealthCast
by University at Buffalo Public Health and Health Professions
1M ago
In honor of National Public Health Week, Buffalo HealthCast proudly presents a special episode focused on the vital role of civic engagement in promoting community health and well-being. Join us as we sit down with Rachel DiDomizio, a passionate advocate and community organizer, from University at Buffalo, to explore the power of grassroots activism and civic participation and how to get involved. Follow us! Official WebpageBuzzsproutSpotify Apple PodcastsYoutube Instagram FacebookTwitter ..read more
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The Importance of CASACs with Mark Bonacci, PhD
Buffalo HealthCast
by University at Buffalo Public Health and Health Professions
1M ago
In this episode we sit down with Mark Bonacci, PhD, to explore the essential role of CASACs (Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselors) in addressing substance use disorder. We delve into the nuanced aspects of  treatment, counseling methodologies, and the impact CASACs make in our community. Mark Bonacci's insights  highlight the imperative of addressing substance use disorder as a public health crisis that demands our collective attention and empathy. Follow us! Official WebpageBuzzsproutSpotify Apple PodcastsYoutube Instagram FacebookTwitter ..read more
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Recovery Capital with Elizabeth Bowen PhD
Buffalo HealthCast
by University at Buffalo Public Health and Health Professions
3M ago
Join us for an enlightening conversation with Elizabeth Bowen, PhD, an expert in addiction recovery and recovery capital. Listen as we discuss the invisible population of persons experiencing homelessness and the unique issues this community faces, trauma informed care, and the need for supportive housing. Elizabeth Bowen PhD is a community-based urban researcher and educator, Associate Professor Elizabeth Bowen joined the School of Social Work in 2014. Bowen’s research centers on the health and resilience of people experiencing homelessness. Using qualitative and quantitative methods, Bowen ..read more
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Maternal Health, with Vanessa Guzman
Buffalo HealthCast
by University at Buffalo Public Health and Health Professions
4M ago
Join us as Ebehitale Imobhio interviews the brilliant Vanessa Guzman, founder of SmartRise Health. Learn about maternal health care, barriers to postpartum care, and the experiences of LGBTQ+ people as they navigate parenthood and motherhood.  Award-winning healthcare leader and author Vanessa Guzman MS, ME founded SmartRise Health to help healthcare organizations assess complex operational problems and devise strategic, quality improvement, and training initiatives to optimize outcomes and satisfaction among employees, partners, and patients. Vanessa graduated from Columbia University’s ..read more
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Prevention Science, with Jessica Braymiller Knapp
Buffalo HealthCast
by University at Buffalo Public Health and Health Professions
5M ago
Join us for an enlightening conversation with Jessica Braymiller Knapp, PhD, an expert in prevention science and a dedicated tobacco researcher. Dive into the core of addiction, prevention science, and more. Jessica L. Braymiller (she/her) is a clinical assistant professor and public health researcher focused on understanding nicotine and cannabis use among adolescents and young adults. Her current work centers on e-cigarette use/vaping and associated health outcomes, other emerging modes of tobacco and cannabis delivery, and device characteristics that facilitate initiation and continued use ..read more
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Accessible Type 2 Diabetes Interventions, with Sarah LaPointe and Dr. Michael Merrill
Buffalo HealthCast
by University at Buffalo Public Health and Health Professions
7M ago
Join Sarah Robinson as she interviews Dr. Sarah LaPointe and Dr. Michael Merrill about type 2 diabetes, health equity, and more. We discuss the importance of bridging the gap in diabetes care, making interventions inclusive for all communities. Our expert guests share valuable insights on empowering the health care system and promoting health equity in diabetes management. Dr. Sarah LaPointe is a Researcher at Brook Health and a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Epidemiology at Emory University. She received her Master's in Public Health and PhD in Epidemiology from the Depart ..read more
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Intensive Agriculture and Human Health, with Marion Werner and Patrick Lango
Buffalo HealthCast
by University at Buffalo Public Health and Health Professions
7M ago
Join UB graduate students Lianne Novak (public health) and Logan (international development and global health) as they interview Dr. Marion Werner, and local farmer Patrick Lango about intensive agricultural practices and the effects on human health. Dr. Marion Werner is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography at the University at Buffalo, SUNY. Her research is located at the nexus of critical development studies, feminist theory, and political economy with a focus on Latin America and the Caribbean. Patrick Lango is a local farmer, maker of artisanal dairy products, and enthus ..read more
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