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Free Associations Podcast | February 3rd, 2023

Are magic mushrooms the answer to severe depression?

Matt, Jess, and Chris discuss a phase 2 clinical trial on the use of psilocybin to treat severe depression, they lament the state of health literacy, and Chris finds out what happens when you give drugs to spiders.

Webinar | January 11th, 2023

“Me vs. Us: A Health Divided”

In the United States, we spend more on health care per year than any other high-income country in the world, with an average of nearly $12,000 per person. At the same time, we spend less than $300 per person per year on public health.

Free Associations Podcast | December 13th, 2022

RSV during the COVID pandemic

Matt, Jess, and guest host Leo Martinez discuss a study on the respiratory syncytial virus during the pandemic, they debate the value of the evidence in preprints, and Jess redesigns the urinal.

Free Associations Podcast | November 15th, 2022

Effects of racism on health in New Zealand

Matt, Jess, and guest host Collette Ncube examine a study using different types of measurement to look at the effects racism has on health outcomes in New Zealand, they discuss what makes for a good research question when it comes to studying health disparities, and Jess teaches us how to hold a baby if you want them to sleep.

Webinar | October 27th, 2022

Conducting a Community Health Needs Assessment Using a Racial Justice & Health Equity Lens

This webinar provides an overview of what a community health needs assessment (CHNA) can look like from the perspective of a governmental public health practitioner. We outline the “what,” “why,” “who,” and “how” of a CHNA, including barriers and lessons learned to prepare attendees to participate in or lead their own CHNA in a strengths-based manner.

Free Associations Podcast | October 18th, 2022

Synergistic mindsets to reduce stress

Matt, Jess, and guest host Sarah Lipson examine a study on synergistic mindsets to reduce stress in adolescents, they discuss what it’s like to study mental health, and Matt makes a friendly wager.

Practically Speaking | October 6th, 2022

Compassion is a Two-Way Street

Donato Tramuto explains how trust and respect in leader-employee relationships must be bi-directional in order to be successful.

Practically Speaking | October 4th, 2022

The Three Ts

Donato Tramuto describes what he calls "The Three Ts" and how they fit into a compassionate leadership model.

PHX Perspectives | September 20th, 2022

2022 Summer Recap

We always end each summer with an eye toward the future and the excitement that lies ahead, but it’s also important to take a moment to consider what we have achieved collectively.

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