Mark Beaumont and Laura Penhaul - Around the World in 80 Days.

October 17, 2018
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In this episode, we revisit one of the highlights from #WEM17 - a truly fantastic talk from world record holder and long-distance cycling legend Mark Beaumont, and his expert physio Laura Penhaul, who was responsible for his mental and physical well-being during this amazing feat. 

Emily Mayhew - Life Beyond the Point of Wounding

October 10, 2018
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In this episode, medical historian Emily Mayhew looks at how the First World War changed the face of pre-hospital care in Britain. 

All Things Risk - Interview with Mark Hannaford

October 3, 2018
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Mark Hannaford founder of World Extreme Medicine, talkes to All Things Risk. Listeners will learn about the circumstances that encouraged Mark to create 'WEM', as well as his work in founding sister company 'Across the Divide'.  

 

Hamish de Bretton Gorden - Chemical Weapons: A New Norm?

September 19, 2018
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In this episode, CBRN expert Hamish de Bretton Gordon discusses the use of chemical weapons. Listeners will be invited to consider the implications of their use.

Emily Farkas - Extreme Heart Surgery

September 5, 2018
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In this episode, Emily Farkas talks about her work as a humanitarian surgeon. Listeners will learn about how she became involved with Cardiac Surgery and where her career has taken her since. 

The Hero Forge - Interview with Mark Hannaford

April 17, 2018
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Mark Hannaford talks to The Hero Forge about our World Extreme Medicine Conference and where it all began.

 

David Nott - Surgery in the Firing Line

February 27, 2018
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In this episode, surgeon David Nott speaks about his experiences in working in war torn locations, including Syria. Listeners will discover how Nott has ensured the continuation of essential medical care in most austere of environments. 

 

Chris Imray and Lucy Hawkes - The Benefits of the Barheaded Geese

February 1, 2018
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 In this episode, Professor Chris Imray and Dr Lucy Hawkes discuss the physiology of altitude from human and aviarian perspectives. Listeners will discover how human medicine can take lessons from the remarkable Barheaded Geese. 

Medics Under Fire - The Need for Protection

January 15, 2018
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In this episode, David Nott, Saleyha Ashan, Toby Cadman and Hamish de bretton-Gordon discuss their experiences in some of the most dangerous environments. Listeners will discover the circumstances which drove these medics to create 'Medics Under Fire'. 

 

Mads Gilbert and Saleyha Ahsan - Delivering Medical Aid in Complex Emergencies

January 15, 2018
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In this episode, Mads Gilbert and Saleyha Ahsan discuss the issues faced when providing medical aid in complex emergencies.