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Welcome to ExChange Wales. The podcast that brings leading researchers together with practitioners and service users to share expertise, research evidence and care experiences. Each participant offers unique perspectives and solutions to the challenges we face as we work to build better social care in Wales.
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Marketing Social Care

Social Care Network

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The Marketing Social Care Podcast is exclusively for owners and leaders of community and residential social care services. We unlock the tools to hiring a quality workforce and more profitable clients.
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Social Care Cambridgeshire

Cambridgeshire County Council

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The goal of this series is to give social workers an insight and introduction to our thinking, our teams and to provide you with some practical tips and support along the way. Visit the Cambridgeshire County Council website for more info #welovesocialworkers
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London South Bank University, School of Health & Social Care. A monthly podcast featuring health and social care news, interviews, discussion, debate and updates for potential and current students, staff and collaborative partners. Hosted by Prof. Warren Turner (@LSBUWarrenT) and colleagues. Contact us via hscpodcast@lsbu.ac.uk
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Welcome to Yes to You, the social care podcast from Lifeways, the UK’s largest team of support professionals providing support for adults in the community. In each episode, we’ll be exploring a different topic related to supported living and residential support to share our expertise, advice, and insights. We’ll also be sharing some of our proudest success stories from across Lifeways. Listen, or read the transcript from each episode. And don’t forget to subscribe!
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Coachtalk is a podcast about coaching for improvement in health and social care. In this podcast we will meet several international experts and coaches to discuss challenges, opportunities, models and tools that might be useful when you coach others to make improvements. This podcast is made by Qulturum, Design and learning center, Sweden.
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This unit is made up of four extracts related to social care, social work and the law. The extracts are stand-alone sections but follow on from each other to make up this unit. You will be introduced to five main themes that shape practice in the field of social care and social work. The aim of this unit is to enhance your understanding of the relationship between social work practice and the law. This study unit is just one of many that can be found on LearningSpace, part of OpenLearn, a co ...
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Align your passion with your purpose with the Social Change Career Podcast. PCDN sits down with the world’s top professionals in the social change field to learn how they are changing the world while making a living. Honest conversations turn career advice for the global changemakers.
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Social Determinants of Health in Cancer Care

American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)

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ASCO presents Social Determinants of Health in Cancer Care, a podcast series in which oncologists, patients, advocates, and other thought leaders in health equity, turn a spotlight on actionable methods to provide equitable access to cancer care despite nonbiological factors.
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Care of the State - a podcast by Catalysts for Social Action is a series to help understand the plight of vulnerable children in India. The show breaks down complex issues to help you understand the system of institutional care, fostering, adoption, aftercare, the role of organisations and government institutions and their responsibility to provide care and protection to these children through weekly episodes. Experts from Catalysts for Social Action (CSA) will be talking to lawyers, researc ...
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This show amplifies voices and solutions to regenerate our planet and social systems. Each week, we invite you on a journey to work through the climate crisis and create an environmentally sound future for all. Move from interest to action and turn your curiosity about regenerative, circular living into actions that are part of the long-term solution to create a better world. Listen to this for free on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, Audible, and most major podcast platforms. You'll h ...
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What does it take to live a fulfilling and meaningful life? We hear valuable lessons from Monique Wellise, author of the book Finding Mo: A Handbook For Coming To Life. She talks about spending time in nature, immersing into meditative practices, raising her consciousness, and constantly tapping into her creative mind. She shares how she deals with…
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Who inspires you in the way they build community? This is the final question we ask all of our Season 6 guests, and they always share the most beautiful examples. Listen on Apple, Spotify or any of your favorite Podcast players. Hear the voices of our community After a short update from Regina, reflecting on... The post Who inspires you in the way …
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Due to the sheer scale of the climate crisis, many efforts dedicated to environmental preservation seem all for naught. Small-scale climate solutions, even though established with good intentions, cannot simply catch up with today’s rapid ecological decline. Let us hear from Dr. Robert Eberhart, associate professor of management at the University o…
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There are so many plants in the wild and cultivated spaces that can support our health and wellness. That’s why we should learn to depend more on herbal medicine instead of swiftly seeking medical treatment in times of sickness and disease. In this episode, we hear from Jane Barlow Christensen, a master herbalist and owner of Barlow Herbal Specialt…
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As the climate crisis continues to worsen, it seems our personal efforts to mitigate its adverse effects are all for naught. This causes everyone to feel climate anxiety, with so many pushed to not even care at all. Laird Christensen, PhD is here to emphasize the utmost need for collective action to create massive waves of change at a national and …
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In honor of J, and my spirit animal, the sea turtle I am reposting this interview with him. His indelible mark in my life will continue to make a positive impact in the world. I will continue to bring the principles of the Blue Mind Movement to fruition through my work with this show, and as I explore the possibility of earning my PhD in Sustainabi…
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Despite countless efforts to preserve the environment, many still feel hopeless about addressing the adverse impact of climate change. As members of this society, what can we do to secure a better future? In this episode, Corinna Bellizzi sits down with distinguished psychologist Dr. Sebastienne Grant to discuss the importance of compassion to indi…
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“A community means including the voices, including the experiences, including the wisdom of the very community that you are trying to be in service to.” Erika L Watson Listen on Apple, Spotify or any of your favorite Podcast players. Meet Erika Watson Meet Erika L. Watson, founder and CEO of The Intersection Collective, a groundbreaking... The post…
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In Episode 19 of Season 12, Maria Antonia Perez shares her inspiring story of leveraging art for social impact. From her beginnings as a graphic designer in Medellin, Colombia, to her role as a global peace-building advocate, Maria's journey highlights how creativity can transform communities. Why Take a Listen: Art's Impact in Conflict Zones: - Un…
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What and how we eat does not only impact our health but our environment as well. Corinna Bellizzi sits down with nutritionist and health educator Dr. Maria Jose Hummel to talk about the benefits of adopting a mostly whole foods plant based diet. Dr. Maria explains how eating more plants and organic food can mitigate the destruction caused by animal…
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In this episode, Andrea Longton, a distinguished author and seasoned social justice investor, shares her wealth of knowledge from years of experience at the crossroads of finance and impact. She discusses her work on renewable energy projects in Africa and her strategic shift to community development finance in the U.S. Why Take a Listen: 1. Intern…
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The education system is designed to shape knowledgeable, responsible, and well-rounded individuals. However, higher education is currently suffering from various problems that unfortunately lead to discrimination, stereotyping, and unfair culture. Corinna Bellizzi chats with Dr. Emily Alicia Affolter, who is on a mission to bring back the human asp…
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The rise of extremists, neo-Nazis, white nationalists, and other hate groups is becoming extremely alarming. As fascism continues to loom over modern society, humanity’s hope for a peaceful future is at serious risk. George Drost takes a non-traditional approach in taking a stand against fascist ideologies by utilizing the art of fictionalized stor…
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Ready to see how behavioral science can drive social change? Check out Episode 17 of the Social Change Career Podcast, featuring Andres Casas. He combines neuroscience with policy, music, and activism to make a real impact. From redesigning infrastructure to changing narratives in conflict zones, Andres' story shows how diverse perspectives can bui…
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In this episode of Care More Be Better, host Corinna Bellizzi interviews Omi Chandiramani, a technologist and the creator of the Good Talk app, which helps users navigate challenging conversations through role-playing with an AI chatbot. Omi shares his journey in developing the app, the importance of effective communication, and the potential of AI…
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“To describe my mother would be to write about a hurricane in its perfect power. Or the climbing, falling colors of a rainbow.” – Maya Angelou Listen on Apple, Spotify or any of your favorite Podcast players. Meet Marlene Hofer Marlene Hofer is a Psychiatrist, Psychotherapist, and Postpartum Doula, who passionately champions women’s causes. She’s..…
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In this poignant and insightful episode of Care More, Be Better, host Corinna Bellizzi shares her personal story of survival for the first time. She then shares an interview with Tim Mousseau, a survivor of sexual violence turned speaker and advocate. They explore the complexities of sexual violence, harassment, and the essential steps needed to cr…
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A good combination of mindfulness, a clear mind, and circularity leads to the best life you could ever have. Corinna Bellizzi discusses how to achieve such a state with speaker and coach for entrepreneurs, Izolda Trakhtenberg. Together, they discuss the importance of practicing mindfulness and the power of meditation in running a successful busines…
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Innovative Strategies for Business and Sustainability In an episode of "The Creative Solutions Podcast," host Izolda Trakhtenberg welcomed Corinna Bellizzi, to share her insights on creating businesses that not only aim to profit but also positively impact the planet and society. This episode was originally published on June 13, 2022 and is shared …
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Episode 16 of Season 12 explores the very pertinent question on issues related to global peace and security with our distinguished guest, Nanako Tamaru, a licensed attorney and dedicated peace and security practitioner. She opens up about her journey from considering a career in medicine to being steered by her passion for addressing racial injusti…
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The worsening microplastic solution is endangering not just the environment but human health as well. Caroline Priebe is here to present an effective alternative to make the clothing industry more sustainable: regenerative wool. Joining Corinna Bellizzi, she talks about the many benefits of ditching synthetic materials in favor of wool, which is no…
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In this bonus episode, presented with permission from Forever Young Radio Show, you'll hear directly from Dr. Shawn Tassone, America's Holistic Gynecologist and host of the popular podcast: Confessions of a Male Gynecologist. He's the first physician in the United States to be double board certified in obstetrics and gynecology by the American boar…
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Episode 15 of Season 12 dives into the exciting realm of youth career development with Evelyn Van Til, a strategic partnership manager at American Student Assistance. Evelyn sheds light on her diverse journey in higher education and workforce development, emphasizing the transformative role of platforms like evolve.me in shaping promising career pa…
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The Mushroom Kingdom is vastly similar to the Animal Kingdom, making a lot of their compounds connected and related in many different ways. Dr. Sandra Carter has dedicated herself to fully understanding how mushrooms can restore ecosystems and help humans achieve a much healthier lifestyle. She joins Corinna Bellizzi to present sustainable practice…
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Listen in to join the 7 years of #impact Podcast anniversary that’s sees old and new podcast guests, community members, guest host, the most loyal fans and friends of the #impact come together as they share their voices and personal notes on what the show means to them. Listen on Apple, Spotify or any of... The post The Power of Community: 7 years …
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Welcome to another enlightening episode of the "Care More Be Better" podcast, where we dive deep into the challenges faced by those with rare genetic diseases. This session features a compelling interview with Robert (Bob) Bellizzi, the founder and Executive Director of the Corneal Dystrophy Foundation. This episode was recorded in 2021, and is bei…
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Episode 14 of Season 12 immerses us in the transformative world of art, communication, and peacebuilding with multifaceted social entrepreneur, Maria Luisa Pinto Garcia , whose career spans across the realms of artistry and activism. Her unique journey reveals the symbiosis between creative expression and social change in Colombia's landscape affec…
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Nature has the powerful ability to draw you into self-reflection and put you back on the right track. This is what Captain Liz Clark experienced when she sailed into the vastness of the ocean for an intimate voyage of awakening. In this episode, she joins Corinna Bellizzi to share how her work as a sailor, surfer, and ocean advocate allowed her to …
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Can algae be interesting? (Hint: Yes. Yes, it can.) Can it save the world? (Hint #2: Also yes.) Give this a listen. It matters. Special Tribute Episode Care More Be Better Host / Ignorance Was Bliss Guest: Corinna Bellizzi Ignorance Was Bliss Host: Kate Wallinga (Archival Audio), republished with the permission of Kate Wallinga's family Introductio…
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Dive into Nicholas Manderfield's journey from managing one of the world’s largest Cheesecake Factory locations, to leading Reincorporated NFP, showcasing how retail can be a powerful lever for social change. Why You Should Join: Transition Insights: Discover Nicholas's path from the restaurant industry to a leadership role in a nonprofit that harne…
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The US government has started backing food as medicine for the prevention of chronic diet-related health and wellness issues. For this to yield the expected results, the current nutrition system must be revamped and transformed. Corinna Bellizzi explores this topic with food specialist and chiropractor Dr. Grace Hameister. She explains how to elimi…
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We dive into this when our host Dr. Craig Zelizer, explores this and much more with our guest leading tech innovator, impact investor, artists and amazing human being Vanessa Ferliano. The conversation centered in the intersection of technology, mindfulness, and social impact. Vanessa’s rich experience in med-tech startups, impact investing, organi…
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Many corporations and industries nowadays focus more on earning a profit and less on supporting humanity, which is what truly matters. Money is now the major commodity and human life has become utterly disposable. For Jeffrey Charles Hardy, the only way to make real change today is to secure the so-called second human evolution in perpetuity. In th…
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Have you had your coffee yet? How about your Masters in Coffee Agriculture? Join us as for an amazing episode with with Elisa Criscione, Founder and CEO of Digital Coffee Future. Exploring her work at the intersection of technology and coffee agriculture, Elisa is leading sustainable development in this critical industry. Her journey from Colombia …
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As the climate crisis continues to worsen, natural disasters will only get more dangerous, which leads to traumatic experiences if completely ignored. For this episode, Corinna Bellizzi focuses on forest fire and the urgent need for more resilient tools to get through such a dangerous phenomenon. Joining her is journalist and author Sandra Younger,…
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Meet Catherine Gurtin, Chief Executive Officer of PathFinders Hong Kong. PathFinders mission is to ensure the most vulnerable and unsupported children in Hong Kong are protected and respected, and their migrant mothers are empowered to find a path to a brighter future. Listen on Apple, Spotify, Google Podcasts or any of your favorite Podcast player…
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Numerous corporations are currently in control of the world’s food production and distribution. Unfortunately, a lot of them are more concerned with raking in huge profits than making a real impact, leaving many people sick, hungry, and underserved. Award-winning chef, author, and entrepreneur Miyoko Schinner is actively working on making a huge di…
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Episode 10 of Season 11 features Sushma Raman President and CEO of the Heising-Simons Foundation. She is one of the leading innovators in the sector, bringing over two decades of experience in launching, scaling, and leading social justice and philanthropic programs and collaboratives. You should listen to this episode to: Gain insights into buildi…
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Earning a huge amount of money and amassing numerous possessions will never give you genuine satisfaction in life. Instead of focusing on your material wealth, you will find deeper meaning by elevating and prioritizing compassion to the world. In this episode, Corinna Bellizzi sits down with Ali Horriyat, Founder of Compassiviste, to share how he k…
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In episode 9 of Season 11, Dr. Craig Zelizer sat down with Purva Gupta, a leading human rights practitioner with extensive experience in child protection, labor exploitation, and international development through program leadership, advocacy, and partnerships. Purva's extensive experience in over 30 countries has been focused on programmatic respon…
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Numerous space-age technologies are currently changing how people eat and nourish themselves while using fewer resources. One of these innovations is algae technology. In this episode, Corinna Bellizzi explores this cutting-edge technology with Professor Isaac Berzin, an affiliate scientist at MIT and Founder/CTO of Vaxa Technologies. Together, the…
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In Episode 8 of Season 12, explore Ruby Hembrom's journey as the founder and director of adivaani, an archiving and publishing outfit of and by Adivasis (the indigenous peoples of India). Ruby is an Adivasi cultural practitioner, documentarian, writer, and publisher based in Kolkata. Her documentation initiative grew out of a need to claim Adivasi …
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Most green energy projects, no matter how admirable they could be, are often impeded by a lack of funding and government leverage. Thankfully, there is one efficient way to support them using your own money: crowdfunding. Corinna Bellizzi is joined by Will Wiseman, who is making this process much easier and accessible for everyone through Climatize…
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Meet Claire Murigande, Creator & Host of the award nominated podcast ‘Narratives of Purpose’. Claire Murigande is a forward-looking curious mind with the vision to amplify social impact through audio storytelling. Listen on Apple, Spotify, Google Podcasts or any of your favorite Podcast players. Meet Claire Murigande Claire is known to empower and …
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