Research Pulse - a podcast by CALHN

Our People podcast

Our People is a new monthly podcast, featuring the people of the Central Adelaide Health Network (CALHN).

Listen to the personal stories of the people who deliver healthcare at CALHN, while gaining an insight into the breadth and diversity of the impactful work carried out across our network.

To listen to upcoming episodes, find us and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.

Positive impact: Improving the health and wellbeing of healthcare professionals

Work plays a pivotal role in our lives. Therefore, enhancing the health and wellbeing of any workforce is vital – this is especially so in the healthcare sector when some mistakes can be life-threatening.However, humans are complex. Workplaces are complex. Mental health is complex. That means there won’t be a ‘one size fits all approach’ when...

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Helping patients thrive, not just survive: personal connection drives excellence in scientific research

In this episode of the Our People podcast, we speak to Alia Cibich, who is the Clinical Data Manager at the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit, a statewide service delivered by the Central Adelaide Local Health Network.Each year around 50 South Australians will receive a stem cell transplant, (also referred to as a bone marrow transplant) to help...

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