The NICHC Podcast Series

The NICHC Podcast Series features key professionals from the United States and abroad whose work relates to public health, health care, coordinated care, workforce development, language, and culture. Join us every month to learn from these professionals and their take on the past, present, and future of public health and health care.

Applied Linguistics and Medical Interpreting

Priscilla Ortiz, PhD, CMI

Program Manager, Language Services Division

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)

Priscilla Ortiz – Part 1: Applied linguistics, limited-English proficiency and more
Priscilla Ortiz – Part 2: Top ten tips to work with medical interpreters and more

NOTE: This interview was recorded on December, 2017

Health Literacy

Mary Powell, PhD, CRNP, CDE

Associate Professor

Director, Graduate Nursing Programs

Neumann University


NOTE: This podcast was recorded in August, 2017

Language access and health care

Glenn Flores, MD, FAAP

Chief Research Officer

Director, Health Services Research Institute

NOTE: This podcast was recorded on May, 2017

Nursing and Public Health

Allison P. Squires, FAAN, PhD, RN

Associate Professor, Rory Meyers College of Nursing NYU

NOTE: This podcast was recorded on March 24, 2017

Upcoming episode

Practicing medicine in multicultural settings

Ashish Sinha, MD, PhD, DABA, MBA

Professor of Anesthesiology

Vice Chairman for Research

Temple University


Other interesting podcasts/vodcasts

The hacking of the American mind with Dr. Robert Lustig


Children and Acetaminophen


Social and cultural determinants of developmental disabilities



Harvard Public Health: This week in health

Nuts and heart health 

Marta Guasch-Ferré: Nut consumption and risk of cardiovascular disease. Journal of the American College of   Cardiology. November, 2017


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