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The BioMed Central podcast features stories about science and the latest research.BioMed Central is an open access publisher of Science, Medicine, & Technology research.

Episódios

  • Rebecca Pedley: Family member perceptions of OCD

    Rebecca Pedley: Family member perceptions of OCD

    21/09/2017 Duração: 17min

    In this study, Rebecca is looking at family perceptions of OCD and whether these are associated with their coping responses. She stresses that should a link exist, clinicians must challenge these perceptions as part of therapy for families living with OCD.

  • Dr. Dan ONeill - Flat faced dogs are at greater risk of developing corneal ulcers

    Dr. Dan O'Neill - Flat faced dogs are at greater risk of developing corneal ulcers

    22/06/2017 Duração: 10min

    In this BMC podcast, Dr. Dan O’Neill, from the Royal Veterinary College in London, discusses his latest research looking at the incidence of corneal ulceration in dogs, a painful disease found in many flat faced breeds.

  • Sophie Faulkner: addressing the importance of sleep

    Sophie Faulkner: addressing the importance of sleep

    31/05/2017 Duração: 11min

    In this latest BMC podcast, we speak to Sophie Faulkner, an occupational therapist from the Greater Manchester and Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust, about the need to address sleep appropriately in those with schizophrenia spectrum disorders.

  • Dr. Simon Etkind: estimating the need for palliative care by 2040

    Dr. Simon Etkind: estimating the need for palliative care by 2040

    18/05/2017 Duração: 09min

    An aging population means that palliative care needs could increase by 42% in 23 years. In this podcast, we speak to Dr. Simon Etkind, who tells why action is needed now.

  • Highly social: perception of emotional valence in horse whinnies

    Highly social: perception of emotional valence in horse whinnies

    29/03/2017 Duração: 11min

    In this podcast, Dr. Elodie Briefer and her team at ETH, Zürich have been looking at emotional contagion in horses. In their study, they've shown that horses can perceive acoustic cues and distinguish sounds between familiar and unfamiliar horses. Elodie suggests that horses should not be isolated and that group housing allows them express their social behaviours. Read the research here: https://frontiersinzoology.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12983-017-0193-1

  • Jean-Louis Vincent talks about the future of Critical Care

    Jean-Louis Vincent talks about the future of Critical Care

    15/03/2017 Duração: 15min

    Jean-Louis Vincent talks about the future of Critical Care by BMC

  • Seeking help in times of economic hardship: access, experiences of services and unmet need

    Seeking help in times of economic hardship: access, experiences of services and unmet need

    03/03/2017 Duração: 13min

    In this podcast, we speak to Dr. Maria Barnes, a Senior Research Associate at the University of Bristol. Dr. Barnes discusses the impact that financial hardship can have on individuals and Interventions needed to identify those in need and aid them to access practical, reliable and free advice from support agencies. https://bmcpsychiatry.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12888-017-1235-0

  • West African Aedes aegypti mosquitoes gave rise to American and Asian populations

    West African Aedes aegypti mosquitoes gave rise to American and Asian populations

    01/03/2017 Duração: 11min

    In a recent study published in BMC Biology, Dr. Frank Jiggins and his team at the university of Cambridge have discovered that Ae. Aegypti mosquitos from an urban population in Senegal, West Africa, were more closely related to populations in Mexico and Sri Lanka than they were to a nearby forest population. Listen to this podcast to find out more. https://bmcbiol.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12915-017-0351-0

  • Low-grade Inflammation: DNA methylation sites and the search for potential therapeutic targets

    Low-grade Inflammation: DNA methylation sites and the search for potential therapeutic targets

    21/02/2017 Duração: 10min

    In this podcast, we speak to Symen Ligthart, a Ph.D. student at Erasmus university medical centre in Rotterdam. Here, he discusses his epigenetic research on the association between specific DNA methylation sites and low-grade inflammation. Symen asks 'What genes are these sites influencing and can they be used as a therapeutic target?'

  • Professor Shaun Treweek - Trial Forge

    Professor Shaun Treweek - Trial Forge

    13/12/2016 Duração: 25min

    In this podcast, Shaun discusses the benefits of open access, improving the efficiency of trials and how social media can help promote research.