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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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Environmental and social issues can feel confusing and overwhelming, especially when we try to tackle solutions on our own. That’s why it’s important to collaborate with other optimistic activists on sustainable strategies. When we join the movement together and break down complex practices, we can make profound changes. By focusing on collective movements over the long-term, our social impact makes our communities better. And eventually, our work becomes a beacon of hope for the entire worl ...
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Ever wish you had your own personal Jiminy Cricket whispering in your ear, guiding you to the right path towards self-development and personal growth so you can achieve your personal and business goals? It’s easy to get swept up in the day to day and forget about once loved passions or hobbies. YOU WANNA DO WHAT?! is a personal development podcast that brings you weekly inspiration, motivation, and storytelling to help you: Set your goals Overcome obstacles Change your mindset Achieve greatn ...
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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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This bonus episode is a comprehensive discussion from the Forever Young podcast's 500th episode, featuring hosts Kelly Cappasola, co-host Corinna Bellizzi, and special guest Professor Isaac Berzin. The episode focuses on the importance of algae in nutrition, particularly its role in producing Omega-3 fatty acids and its environmental benefits. Prof…
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With over a decade dedicated to social impact, Akiera has extensive experience in areas like systems change, wellbeing, and social entrepreneurship. She's worked with pioneering organizations like code.org and Echoing Green before taking on leadership of Project HEAL. Tune in to hear Akiera's inspiring journey and insights on: Transitioning from Me…
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As the climate chaos continues to worsen, our disconnect with the earth and soul is slowly becoming the norm. If not addressed at once, it will lead to even bigger and irreversible problems. Leah Rampy, a professor, leadership consultant, and corporate/nonprofit executive, leads the charge in reweaving earth and soul back together – before it is to…
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The Netflix drama series ‘Griselda’ explores the highly interesting but deeply controversial life of Griselda Blanco, the mind behind one of the most profitable cartels the world has ever known. Corinna Bellizzi sits down with Colombian-Italian actress and producer Aurora Cossio, who plays the character Estella in the series. She shares what it is …
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With the state of current events, a career in peacebuilding is ever more urgent. In Epsiode 6 of Season 12 host Craig Zelizer sits down with conflict resolution expert Zachary Metz to talk about his amazing career building peace. Dr. Metz is Partner and Director of Peacebuilding at Consensus. He is a seasoned innovator in peacebuilding and conflict…
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Get to know Chef Babette Davis, a survivor who shares how she moved from a meat-eater who suffered from many health ailments including eczema, acne, digestive issues and drug addiction to become a plant-based lifestyle icon. Today, she thrives as a vivacious and beautiful woman in her 70s who looks as though she stopped the clock in her 40s when sh…
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The road to social innovation is NOT linear. And it shouldn't be. Sahil Patni went from finance to rural development, to founder and now impact investing. And he is doing just fine and making great impact at Unreasonable. Why You Should Tune In Sahil Patil's transition from finance consulting to supporting impactful entrepreneurship at Unreasonable…
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The concept of Blue Mind has been around since the beginning of recorded human history. At present, Marine biologist Dr. Wallace J. Nichols advocates for this very concept, spreading the positive impact of water on our lives. Joining Corinna Bellizzi, he talks about his book “Blue Mind” and how being in, on, or under water delivers profound transfo…
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In this episode you will meet 3 individuals that ask themselves hard questions about growing their impact as they reflect on the work it really takes when building something from scratch. Which kind of collaborations can foster meaningful change? What kind of thinking is needed? How do we go from ideas to action? Their advice... The post Building f…
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Take a Listen to this episode where we explore the heart of where finance and food intersect, all aimed at making a real difference. Our guest is Sofia Condes , Director of Investor Relations at the FAIRR Initiative is a leading expert in sustainable finance, development and innovation Why you'll want to tune in: Navigating the Food-Finance Nexus: …
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No matter how you look at it, there is no denying that today’s world in crisis is in need of urgent saving. Wars are happening left and right, the environment is in a sorry state, and those in power continue to take advantage of every single opportunity. Corinna Bellizzi chats with activist, thought leader, and author Osprey Orielle Lake about dism…
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Wondering about DEI in International Development? Check out Episode 3, Season 12 of the Podcast with innovator, development practitioner and DEI expert, Angela Bruce-Raeburn. Her insights challenge the status quo and highlight the necessity of reimagining how development initiatives are conceived and implemented, with a strong emphasis on power dyn…
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Being diagnosed with a chronic illness seems like a death sentence at first. Nevertheless, here is Edward Miskie, a cancer survivor who proves that with enough perseverance and a strong mindset, nothing can stop you from moving forward. He joins Corinna Bellizzi in looking back on his battle against cancer and the most important life lessons he lea…
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Episode 2 of Season 12 tells you know. We feature Nina Odoro, CEO and co-founder of Dine Diaspora and Black Women in Food. She shares her remarkable journey from global development to creative industry entrepreneurship and the impact her initiatives are making in the food industry. Why You Should Tune In & What We'll Explore: From Global Developmen…
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With so much happening in the world today and everyone having easy access to mobile devices on a whim, humanity is becoming more and more disconnected from Mother Nature. Climate artist Alexander Inchbald joins Corinna Bellizzi to share how painting in the most unusual setting taught him that quieting the mind is the best way to commune with nature…
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Opening Season 12th with an amazing conversation about vital role of young people in social change, and the importance of compensating and empowering them in meaningful ways. Dr. Zelizer sits down with Eric Dawson, CEO of RIVET, as he shares his vision and strategy for empowering a new generation through innovative micro-financing. Learn about RIVE…
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The climate crisis is worsening each day that passes, and yet society continues to turn a blind eye to its alarming impact on the entire planet. Climate activist George Paxinos, celebrated as the world’s most cited neuroscientist, has decided to try a different approach to catch everyone’s attention regarding this matter: eco-fiction. Sitting down …
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“If we want to build a community it can not happen because of the doing of just one person. (...) Every person is responsible for this community to be fruitful and to be powerful and to be supportive of each other” Amel Derragui The post The Time is Now to make an impact | Amel Derragui | The Time is Now appeared first on .…
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Republished with permission and with thanks to Kelly Cappasola and the Forever Young Radio Show Team. I was honored to co-host this interview episode with my favorite doctor in health & wellness, Dr. William Li. This will be the 3rd time my loyal listeners have heard from him on this podcast, and for followers of Nutrition Without Compromise, you m…
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Gain deep insights into the critical importance of education during emergencies and the transformative impact it has on individuals and communities. Discover the extensive expertise of Dr. Barbara Moser-Mercer in advocating for and implementing education in emergencies, leveraging the capacities of local actors and stakeholders for sustainable impa…
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This week, I'm thrilled to share a few of my reflections and takeaways after reviewing my top episodes of all time after 3 years of podcasting. This will be our 168th episode. The primary goal of this podcast episode is to connect with my audience. What have you liked over the past 3 years? What haven't you liked? And indeed what would you like to …
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In this episode, guest host, Dr. Christopher Cross, Director of Global Health Equity Strategies at ASCO moderates a discussion with the Dr. Ophira Ginsburg Co-Author of the Lancet Commission on women, power, and cancer and Dr. Julie Gralow, an advisor to the Commission. Dr. Ginsburg and Dr. Gralow share their insight into social determinants of hea…
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Episode 12 of Season 11 features a pioneer in the field of digital empowerment and social entrepreneurship, Lorraine Charles. Her work centers on connecting forcibly displaced individuals with remote work opportunities and fostering inclusive digital economies. In This Episode, We'll Explore: Remote Work Revolution: Understanding the potential of r…
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Around 95% of girls in the most disadvantaged African rural communities never completed senior high school. Rosalinda Agana grew up in Northern Ghana and experienced the lack of access to quality education herself. But now, she is on a mission to build education equity on a global scale. Joining Corinna Bellizzi, she shares how she completed her ed…
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Dive into an insightful discussion with Dr. Katherine Collin, Director of the Conflict Resolution Program at Georgetown University in which we will explore the profound influence of democratic processes on governance and peace in areas affected by conflict. This episode explores diverse career paths and challenges within this crucial sector, emphas…
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If algae blooms go out of control, they can cause devastation to aquatic life and destroy coastal communities. This is typically addressed through chemical-based techniques, which are highly effective yet lead to other environmental problems. Lawrence Field presents an ecologically safe way to eliminate algae blooms, which features the use of ultra…
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Permaculture is a unique agriculture approach that mimics natural patterns to meet human needs while keeping the environment on a healthy regenerative cycle. Corinna Bellizzi sits down with author and activist Starhawk who shares how this particular farming technique can save the world from further degeneration and help rebuild the soil. She also s…
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The 10th episode (Season 11) of The Social Change Career Podcast features Alison Guzman, a trailblazer in the realm of Indigenous Economics and Social Impact. Aliso is the co-director of Maple Micro Development in Chile and Latin America. She is a passionate advocate for indigenous peoples' rights and has years of experience working alongside indig…
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