Ep 45: Nicola Gale & sociology. Mycobiota & salmonella infections. Use of imagery in global health.
Welcome to 2023! Tune in to this episode to hear the work and experience of Professor Nicola Gale, a sociologist with long experience in interdisciplinary work. We learn with her about sociological work, how she applies risk work theory to AMR, and her insights into the intersection between the application of guidelines and the personal experience of healthcare workers.
In the news section, we bring you a recent research article looking into the relationship between the fungus in our microbiota and salmonella infections, and an important health policy publication analyzing and proposing a framework for the use of imagery in global health. In this episode, we also say goodbye to our lovely co-host, Dr. Jennifer Jagmann, as she continues onto new adventures. We hope you enjoy this one!
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- Mycobiota and diet-derived fungal xenosiderophores promote Salmonella gastrointestinal colonization. First article covered in the news.
- The use of imagery in global health: an analysis of infectious disease documents and a framework to guide practice. Second article covered in the news.
- People of colour: there’s a bias in how pictures are used to depict disease in global health publications. Popular coverage of the second article in The Conversation by two of the authros.