The Recommended Dose with Ray Moynihan

The Recommended Dose with Ray Moynihan

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Hosted by acclaimed journalist and health researc…
15 Iona Heath
Sep 19 • 25 min
This week a very different kind of conversation on the Recommended Dose – one that considers the art of medicine more than the science. Iona Heath is a long-time family doctor who has worked in a London GP clinic for over 30 years, and at one time became…
14 Gordon Guyatt
Sep 7 • 28 min
This week Ray sits down with the man best known as the godfather of Evidence Based Medicine (or EBM), Professor Gordon Guyatt. Together they explore the past, present and future of EBM, and look at how an approach encouraging doctors to look more…
13 Iain Chalmers
Aug 22 • 31 min
This week, a very special conversation with a maverick British medico who set up a tiny research centre in Oxford and watched it grow into a global collaboration of over 40,000 people across 130 countries. Three decades on, the Cochrane Collaboration now…
12 Alexandra Barratt
Aug 7 • 40 min
This week’s guest has led something of a double life, using both medicine and the media to explore and promote the critical role of evidence in healthcare. Now based at the University of Sydney, Alexandra Barratt’s journey from clinician to journalist to…
11 Norman Swan
Jul 25 • 34 min
A familiar voice to millions, Dr Norman Swan is Australia’s best known health reporter. Having presented the ABC’s Health Report for more than three decades, this week he’s on the other side of the microphone. Norman joins Ray to talk frankly about…
10 Rita Redberg
Jul 12 • 32 min
This week influential Editor-in-Chief of JAMA Internal Medicine Dr Rita Redberg joins Ray for a wide ranging conversation on all things health. A Professor at the University of California San Francisco and high profile contributor to The Washington Post…
09 John Ioannidis
Jun 20 • 62 min
Series two of The Recommended Dose kicks off with polymath and poet, Dr John Ioannidis. Recognised by The Atlantic as one the most influential scientists alive today, he’s a global authority on genetics, medical research and the nature of scientific…
08 Julian Elliott
Dec 11, 2017 • 28 min
Ray’s guest this week is Julian Elliott - the well-travelled Australian doctor, researcher and big picture thinker who aims to use new technology to radically improve health systems and access to evidence for people around the world – whether they’re in…
07 Sarah Moss
Dec 3, 2017 • 38 min
Hailed as one of the best British novelists writing today, Sarah Moss is our very special literary guest on TRD this week. She joins Ray to explore the intersection between fiction and health, and to talk about the doctors, patients, parents and families…
06 Prathap Tharyan
Nov 23, 2017 • 33 min
Psychiatrist and would-be international DJ Prathap Tharyan joins Ray from his home in India this week to explore a fascinating fraction of his work, life and philosophy. Prathap’s wide-ranging agenda reflects a decidedly down-to-earth and original take on…
05 Paul Glasziou
Nov 14, 2017 • 27 min
Paul Glasziou (aka The Surfing Professor) joins Ray this week to share insights from his stellar career as both a family doctor in Brisbane and a global evidence guru at Oxford and Bond Universities. He explores big picture health issues like…
04 Jimmy Volmink
Nov 9, 2017 • 33 min
This week Professor Jimmy Volmink joins Ray to trace an extraordinary personal and professional journey that defied the odds. From his childhood with little educational opportunity in apartheid South Africa to a stellar international research career, he…
03 Lisa Bero
Nov 1, 2017 • 32 min
This week Ray catches up with Professor Lisa Bero - one of the world’s leading experts on industry influence on science. Her groundbreaking research continues to show how the tactics of big tobacco, big pharma and increasingly the food industry influence…
02 Allen Frances
Oct 25, 2017 • 32 min
Described as one of world’s most prominent psychiatrists, Dr Allen Frances recently made the controversial claim that ‘Donald Trump isn’t mad, we are’. In this episode, he shares the thinking behind this now infamous statement that attracted both praise…
16 - Jeremy Grimshaw
Oct 19, 2017 • 38 min
Named by Reuters as one of the most influential scientific minds of our time, this week’s guest wears many hats and pursues all kinds of surprising interests. Jeremy Grimshaw has earned a global reputation for translating evidence into genuine changes…
01 Fiona Godlee
Oct 18, 2017 • 43 min
Who better to kick off a series on all things health and evidence than the exceptional and erudite Editor-in-Chief of The BMJ, Dr Fiona Godlee. In this episode, Fiona chats to Ray about the BMJ’s ongoing and often controversial campaigns to change…
Explainer Episode
Oct 12, 2017 • 5 min
Who’s Ray? What’s Cochrane? Why listen to The Recommended Dose podcast? This super-quick mini-episode offers a snapshot of what we’re all about… For a full transcript of this episode visit…