Episode Twenty Five | The 12 Podcasts of Christmas
Steve reflects, "A spoonful of podcast helps the medicine go down."
Episode Twenty Four | Radiation | Invisible death
The discovery of radiation was a monumental achievement in human history.
Episode Twenty Three | Health IT Security | Avoiding the flat line
Our special guests:
Dr Nick Tellis, GP and Owner PartridgeGP
and John Stronner, Chief Executive Officer | Loftus Technology Group + Certified Data Protection Officer
Episode Twenty Two | Drugs of Addiction | Medicinal binds
Our special guest Dr Devika Thomas
Episode Twenty One | Health Data and Data Governance | Coming of Age
Health data is the most personal official records we will ever have.
Episode Twenty | Helicobacter pylori | The No Acid No Ulcer Fallacy
Our interview is with Professor Barry Marshall who navigates the lows of persistent knockbacks through to the worldwide tour that lead to the Nobel Prize in 2005.
Episode Nineteen | Endometriosis – The tragedy of the wandering womb
Since ancient times, all manner of diseases have been attributed to the uterus.
Episode Eighteen | CML | Cancer's Magic bul-Let
'You have cancer'
Episode Seventeen | Alcohol | The Intemperance Of Humankind
The urgency for testing alcohol intoxication arrived with the increasing popularity of cars that shifted the automobile from a form of transport to a potential weapon.
Episode Sixteen | Tuberculosis | TB Downunder
Via the first ever Pathology Report from Melbourne Hospital (now Royal Melbourne Hospital), we explore this infectious disease that continues to have a devastating impact to this day.
Episode Fifteen | Diabetes Mellitus | The Honey Siphon
We now have the resources to manage and even potentially prevent this disease; but will we choose to do so?
Episode Fourteen | EBV The Perfect Parasite
Studying the world’s most perfect parasite.
Episode Thirteen | Chromosomal abnormalities | Survivable triplicates
Chromosomal abnormalities are often incompatible with life.
Episode Twelve | The Great Macedonian Mystery
Through the lens of modern medicine and pathology, we focus on this ‘Great man’ of history and ask: what did he die from?
Episode Eleven | Episode 11.9  9.11 edosipE
This episode is in collaboration with special guest, Dennis Strenk, Milwaukee Pathologists' Assistant
Episode Ten | Pathologists | Origin Stories
Everyone has a story…
Episode Nine | Transitional Crossroads
This episode includes interviews with Dr Devika Thomas and Dr Nicole Sladden.
Episode Eight | Mesothelioma An undisolvable problem
This podcast includes an interview with Dr Fergus Whitehead
Episode Seven | Prostrate | A Seminal Problem
Our interview is with Dr Bradley Webster, Histopathologist specialising in Uropathology and Lymphoid Pathology and this section of the podcast is eligible for 1 RACGP CPD point – self reporting.
Episode Six | Inherited bleeding disorders | Blue Bleeding
Our interview is with Dr Nicholas Myles regarding our current understanding of Haemophilia A, Haemophilia B, von Willebrand disease, and platelet disorders.
Episode Five | A Pathological Addiction to Catering
A pathological addiction to catering: the story of Typhoid Mary
Episode Four | A Pox On Both Your Houses
The eradication of Smallpox: an unmatched medical triumph.
Episode Three | The Black Tumour
This podcast includes an interview with Dr Craig James MBBS (Hons), FRCPA, AACD and this section of the podcast conducted by Dr Craig James is eligible for 1 RACGP CPD point – self reporting.
Episode Two | COVID-19 and epidemiology | Anatomy of a Pandemic
Through the prism of COVID-19 and epidemiology, we examine different epidemics and pandemics throughout history.
Episode One | This Pathological Life | What is Pathology?
Pathology is by definition: the study of disease.
Pathology is about understanding.