A Handful of Distinct Podcast Episodes Covering COVID-19
There is so much information about COVID-19 out there right now. There are new coronavirus podcasts popping up daily and even a new section in Apple Podcasts featuring this world-reaching topic.
We asked on social media if any Libsyn podcasters had coronavirus podcasts and although we got a few answers like the one that you see below:
Right now, every podcast is a coronavirus podcast.
— Dave Bittner (@bittner) March 14, 2020
Touché, we tend to agree we also got some very interesting podcast episodes touching on the subject of COVID-19 that might offer a holistic approach to getting to know the subject and possibly bring more understanding as to how it’s affecting the world in ways that you hadn’t known or thought about before.
The episodes below were shared in response to our inquiry on social media from our own Libsyn community, and are only a minuscule portion of the work of independent podcasters out there.
Other Perspectives in Approaching Coronavirus
A bonus episode focusing on a client conference call to discuss coronavirus and potential investing implications. Sometimes breaking form in a podcast is one of the best ways to get relevant and adjacent information out to our listeners.
It’s a special episode created to help you fall asleep and find a little warmth in this wild time. Sleep, one of the most overlooked medicines we have at our disposal. May this audio provide a tool toward some relief into dreamland.
Host Kevin Patton alerts us to the potential impact of influenza and other outbreaks on our courses and provides advice and options for preparation, handling impacts, and more! In the absence of outbreaks, these tips also help cope with normal winter absences resulting from illnesses.
A brief update on COVID-19 and type 1 diabetes recorded March 11, 2020. Stacey talks to Dr. Satish Garg, an endocrinologist at the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes. Dr. Garg talks about what we know right now, what he’s telling patients and advice for anyone with T1D.
Ori joins TWiV for an update on the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, including scary modeling, clinical trials for antivirals and vaccines, asymptomatic transmission, and much more inspired by listener email.
Now more than ever, we feel we need to support each other as physician families! It is not easy sending our loved ones to the front lines of a worldwide pandemic. My husband, Josh, and I recorded this bonus episode for you and hope you find it useful.
Kate Loree, LMFT dishes out practical advice for dealing with Coronavirus anxiety and gives tips for soothing distressed loved ones. Many of us are experiencing PTSD reactions from pandemic panic plus it’s affecting the mental health of those in alt-sex/relationship communities like BDSM, non-monogamy, LGBTQ+ and sex workers who are losing their livelihoods