Sinopsis

Annie Madden and Professor Carla Treloar have dedicated much of their lives to working in taboo fields of research: blood borne viruses and drug users. These two brilliant minds bring a wealth of expertise, knowledge and insight to real world subjects in SpeakEasy, holding engaging conversations with very special guests each episode.

Episodios

  • S05, Ep4: What’s Religion Got to Do with It?

    S05, Ep4: What’s Religion Got to Do with It?

    29/04/2020 Duración: 33min

    Religious freedom or smokescreen for bigotry? In this episode, Annie and Carla dive into the ‘hot mess’ that is the draft Federal Religious Discrimination Bill and speak with Jonathon Hunyor (PIAC) and Daniel Comensoli (LGBTI Health Alliance) about their organisations’ work and views on this super important topic for the Australian community. https://piac.asn.au/about-us/ https://lgbtihealth.org.au/ Submissions and resources to get involved: https://equalityaustralia.org.au/freedom-from-discrimination/ https://lgbtihealth.org.au/submission-religious-discrimination-bill-second-exposure-draft/ https://piac.asn.au/tag/religious-freedom/ https://www.humanrights.gov.au/our-work/legal/submission/religious-freedom-bills Find your electorate and MP https://electorate.aec.gov.au/ https://www.aph.gov.au/senators_and_members/members Research: The Impact of Institutional Discrimination on Psychiatric Disorders in Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Populations: A Prospective Study https://www.

  • S05, Ep 3: The Sex ( Drugs) Lecture 2020

    S05, Ep 3: The Sex (& Drugs) Lecture 2020

    15/04/2020 Duración: 13min

    In this episode Carla and Annie speak with Dr Kerryn Drysdale from the UNSW Centre for Social Research in Health about the recently presented 4th annual Sex Lecture drawing on insights from the Crystal Pleasures and Sex between Men research project on gay, bisexual and queer men who use crystal methamphetamine for sex. The lecture was co-presented by Dr Max Hopwood with an introduction from Emeritus Professor Gary W. Dowsett and included an expert panel of discussants. Crystal, pleasures and sex between men project page (which includes links to papers from the study): https://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/centre-social-research-health/our-projects/crystal-pleasures-and-sex-between-men Podcast from the crystal project: https://soundcloud.com/crystal-clear-podcast Sex (and Drugs) Lecture: https://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/csrh/sex-and-drugs-lecture

  • S05, Extra Easy Ep 1: COVID-19  Harm Reduction Special

    S05, Extra Easy Ep 1: COVID-19 & Harm Reduction Special

    22/03/2020 Duración: 29min

    In times like these, we all need good information to guide us and sometimes what we need goes beyond the general advice to something a little more specialised... In this episode we talk with NUAA Deputy CEO Charles Henderson about the most recent harm reduction info and advice for people who are using drugs in a COVID-19 environment. NUAA’s COVID-19 advice https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5cc8ed0465019fb4eca08a46/t/5e71c14f55248a329725efae/1584513363076/UPDATED+COVID19+a5+handout++THN+edit.png www.nuaa.org.au How to contact drug user organisations around Australia http://aivl.org.au/aivl-member-organisations/ Factsheet for people with hepatitis B and C – Hepatitis Australia https://www.hepatitisaustralia.com/Handlers/Download.ashx?IDMF=e9924223-888a-47a3-8295-5add820aa204 AFAO COVID-19 Factsheet for LGBTIQ & HIV Communities https://www.afao.org.au/our-work/coronavirus-covid-19/ Full disclosure: Our guest for this episode - Charles Henderson is in an ongoing relationship with A

  • S05, Ep 2: Poverty, its not that complex – with Cassandra Goldie

    S05, Ep 2: Poverty, its not that complex – with Cassandra Goldie

    18/03/2020 Duración: 38min

    Staying hot on the trail of the ‘big issues’, this episode Annie & Carla get some quality time with the amazing Dr Cassandra Goldie, CEO of the Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) and tireless advocate for tackling poverty and inequality to reflect on a recent Report into Poverty in Australia by ACOSS & UNSW and to ‘crack the code’ on some of our biggest social issues including “Raising the Rate” of Newstart and how to make housing more affordable. We also talk about why the topic of Superannuation is REALLY interesting… really ☺ Link to ACOSS website: https://www.acoss.org.au/ Poverty in Australia report 2020, Part 1 http://povertyandinequality.acoss.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Poverty-in-Australia-2020_Part-1_Overview.pdf Poverty and Inequality Partnership – ACOSS and UNSW http://povertyandinequality.acoss.org.au/poverty/ How to talk about poverty in the UK https://frameworksinstitute.org/assets/files/PDF_Poverty/JRFUKPovertyMessageMemo2018Final.pdf

  • S05, Ep 1: The standard of human dignity with Louise Chappell and Rosemary Kayess

    S05, Ep 1: The standard of human dignity with Louise Chappell and Rosemary Kayess

    04/03/2020 Duración: 37min

    The standard of human dignity Carla and Annie are kicking off season 5 with a ‘deep dive’ into human rights – What are they? Where do they come from? Who gets them? And how can they help us to think about issues of health and rights more broadly? With two stellar guests (Louise Chappell and Rosemary Kayess) who are genuine legends and experts in the field we are in good hands to have a cracker first show that is guaranteed to make ya think! Learn more about Louise’s work https://www.humanrights.unsw.edu.au/ learn more about Rosemary’s work with the Disability Innovation Institute https://disabilityinnovation.unsw.edu.au/ Learn more about the human rights charters of the ACT, Victoria and Queensland https://hrc.act.gov.au/humanrights/ https://www.humanrightscommission.vic.gov.au/human-rights/the-charter https://www.qld.gov.au/law/your-rights/human-rights

  • S04 Speakeasy Its a Wrap for 2019 and an Exciting Announcement!

    S04 Speakeasy It's a Wrap for 2019 and an Exciting Announcement!

    05/12/2019 Duración: 35min

    In what’s become an annual tradition, Annie and Carla wrap up the year that’s been, reflect on the amazing guests that have joined them in the “SpeakEasy Lounge” in 2019 and announce an exciting new SpeakEasy venture commencing in early 2020. Enjoy the episode and thanks for listening in 2019! Winner Announcement: 2019 National Competition for Excellence in Hepatitis C Health Promotion: https://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/centre-social-research-health/news/winner-announcement-2019-national-competition-excellence Published paper linked to interview with Joanne Byrant on her presentation to the 2019 Australasian Viral Hepatitis Elimination Conference (AVHEC): Making sense of ‘side effects’: Counterpublic health in the era of direct-acting antivirals (2019), International Journal of Drug Policy. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.drugpo.2019.06.002

  • S04 SpeakEasy 2019 with Stuart Loveday: Thank you and farewell

    S04 SpeakEasy 2019 with Stuart Loveday: Thank you and farewell

    18/10/2019 Duración: 28min

    After 25 years at the helm of Hepatitis NSW, Stuart Loveday takes his final bow as CEO. Annie and Carla chat with Stuart about what’s happened during his time leading the organisation and what’s left to do in this valedictory episode. LINKS Community Restorative Centre https://www.crcnsw.org.au/ Hepatitis NSW https://www.hep.org.au/ For more info: https://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/csrh/about/speakeasy-podcast

  • S04 SpeakEasy and the welfare drug testing debate with Alison Ritter

    S04 SpeakEasy and the welfare drug testing debate with Alison Ritter

    19/09/2019 Duración: 21min

    Carla and Annie sit down with Professor Alison Ritter, Director of the Drug Policy Modelling Program at the Social Policy Research Centre at UNSW Sydney, to discuss the recurrent threat in Australian politics to drug test welfare recipients and why this makes for bad drug policy. LINKS How philosophy 101 could help break the deadlock over drug testing job seekers https://newsroom.unsw.edu.au/news/social-affairs/how-philosophy-101-could-help-break-deadlock-over-drug-testing-job-seekers ASPC 2019 Keynote by Professor Alison Ritter https://soundcloud.com/unsw-arts-social-sciences/alison-ritter-aspc-2019-keynote The Drug Policy Modelling Program https://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/sprc/research/drug-policy-modelling-program

  • S04 SpeakEasy AVHEC with Louise Maher And Felicity Sheaves

    S04 SpeakEasy AVHEC with Louise Maher And Felicity Sheaves

    11/09/2019 Duración: 39min

    It’s our final AVHEC19 episode! This week Felicity Sheaves, Blood Borne Viruses Coordinator, and Louise Maher, Hepatitis C and Senior Health Promotion Officer, both of the Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District, sit down with Carla and Annie to chat about the good ol’ days of the SIC Project and the beauty of not knowing how to navigate the health system (and doing it anyway). LINKS Sheaves, F., et al. (2001). "That's SIC: mobilising youth for hepatitis C prevention." Health Promotion Journal of Australia 12(3): 217-222. Evaluation of the Deadly Liver Mob program: insights for roll-out and scale-up of a pilot program to engage Aboriginal Australians in hepatitis C and sexual health education, screening, and care https://doi.org/10.1186/s12954-018-0209-y Deadly Liver Mob https://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/centre-social-research-health/our-projects/deadly-liver-mob For more info: https://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/csrh/about/speakeasy-podcast

  • S04 SpeakEasy AVHEC 2019 with James Ward and Chris Cunningham

    S04 SpeakEasy AVHEC 2019 with James Ward and Chris Cunningham

    28/08/2019 Duración: 28min

    Associate Professor James Ward, a Pitjantjatjara/Narungga man and a national leader in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research on STIs, health and wellbeing, and Professor Chris Cunningham, of the Ngati Toa and Ngati Raukawa tribes of New Zealand and Professor of Maori Health, join Annie and Carla in our second AVHEC19 special episode. The awesome foursome join heads to discuss how viral hepatitis elimination is going in Australian and New Zealand Indigenous communities and where there's room for improvement. LINKS AVHEC 2019 plenary https://ashm.eventsair.com/QuickEventWebsitePortal/avhec19/agenda/Agenda/AgendaItemDetail?id=1980f168-b559-4924-a98f-bea5286abd7a Young Deadly Free STI campaign https://youngdeadlyfree.org.au/ Hepatitis Foundation NZ https://www.hepatitisfoundation.org.nz/ NZ Butterfly Campaign https://www.hepc-action.nz/resources/the-butterfly/ Associate Professor James Ward profile https://portal.sahmriresearch.org/en/persons/james-ward Professor Chris Cunningham profile http:/

  • S04 SpeakEasy AVHEC with Joanne Bryant and the Cairns Hepatitis Action Team

    S04 SpeakEasy AVHEC with Joanne Bryant and the Cairns Hepatitis Action Team

    15/08/2019 Duración: 26min

    It's Australasian Viral Hepatitis Elimination Conference time and once again Carla and Annie are ‘in the mix’ chatting to an assortment of keynote speakers and other amazing people at the forefront of hepatitis elimination across Australia and New Zealand. First up, Annie and Carla talk ‘counter-publics’, ‘lay experts’ and power dynamics in health promotion with A/Prof Joanne Bryant. Next up, a change of pace with the Cairns Hepatitis Action Team talking about their “surprise” at winning the 2018 HCV Health Promotion Resource Competition and what they did with the loot! LINKS Making sense of ‘side effects’: Counterpublic health in the era of direct-acting antivirals (2019), International Journal of Drug Policy. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.drugpo.2019.06.002 Evidence-making interventions in health: A conceptual framing https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2019.112488 “Doing the devil’s work”: Emotional labour and stigma in expanding Needle and Syringe Programs https://doi.org/10.3109/09687637.2015.1057553 He

  • S04 SpeakEasy World Hepatitis Day 2019 With Margaret Hellard and Tanya Applegate

    S04 SpeakEasy World Hepatitis Day 2019 With Margaret Hellard and Tanya Applegate

    24/07/2019 Duración: 43min

    For this very special 2019 World Hepatitis Day episode, Annie and Carla talk with Australian researchers Dr Tanya Applegate from The Kirby Institute and Professor Margaret Hellard AM from The Burnet Institute about the ‘awesomely massive’ “Accelerating the elimination of viral hepatitis: a Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology Commission” and discuss the power of collaboration in the global fight against viral hepatitis. Links Accelerating the elimination of viral hepatitis: a Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology Commission https://doi.org/10.1016/S2468-1253(18)30270-X

  • S04 SpeakEasy with Jules Kim

    S04 SpeakEasy with Jules Kim

    20/06/2019 Duración: 34min

    Carla Treloar and Annie Madden welcome Jules Kim, Scarlet Alliance CEO, to the SpeakEasy lounge to do some sex work myth busting and discuss the importance of Scarlet Alliance, the national peak body for sex worker organisations that pursues equity and justice in the sex work industry. LINKS Scarlet Alliance website http://www.scarletalliance.org.au/ Scarlet Alliance on Twitter https://twitter.com/scarletalliance More info: https://csrh.arts.unsw.edu.au/research/podcast-speakeasy-with-annie-madden-and-carla-treloar/

  • S04 SpeakEasy Graham Brown and Andrew Scheibe

    S04 SpeakEasy Graham Brown and Andrew Scheibe

    30/05/2019 Duración: 29min

    It’s our final HR19 episode this week. First up, Carla steps outside (literally) with Graham Brown to discuss the ‘spaghetti and meatballs’ project on peer-led programs, also known as What, Works and Why or W3. Our final guest of the special HR19 episodes is Andrew Scheibe from Cape Town, South Africa. Andrew is an harm reduction implementer, with a focus on implementation science that is valid in local contexts. LINKS W3 (What Works and Why) http://w3project.org.au/ ARCSHS at La Trobe https://www.latrobe.edu.au/arcshs TB HIV Care http://www.tbhivcare.org/ Andrew Scheibe https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Andrew_Scheibe For more info: https://csrh.arts.unsw.edu.au/research/podcast-speakeasy-with-annie-madden-and-carla-treloar/

  • S04 SpeakEasy with Zoe Dodd: Fighting to win

    S04 SpeakEasy with Zoe Dodd: Fighting to win

    23/05/2019 Duración: 21min

    As part of a series of interviews from HRI19, in this episode Annie and Carla speak with legendary activist Zoe Dodd about setting up a ‘pop-up’ SIF, her Masters research and life and politics on the frontlines of the Canadian OD crisis. LINKS Zoe Dodd on Twitter https://twitter.com/ZoeDodd Toronto Overdose Prevention Society https://twitter.com/TorontoOPS For more info: https://csrh.arts.unsw.edu.au/research/podcast-speakeasy-with-annie-madden-and-carla-treloar/

  • S04 SpeakEasy Carol Strike and Gillian Kolla: where research and frontline service delivery meet

    S04 SpeakEasy Carol Strike and Gillian Kolla: where research and frontline service delivery meet

    16/05/2019 Duración: 36min

    In this second episode from the Harm Reduction International Conference 2019, Carla and Annie catch up with Carol Strike and Gillian Kolla -- legends from the frontlines of the overdose crisis in Toronto, Canada, about police and their attitudes to safe injecting facilities, setting up an unsanctioned safe injecting site in a public park in Toronto and issues in doing research with highly criminalised communities. Links Creating and sustaining cooperative relationships between supervised injection services and police: A qualitative interview study of international stakeholders https://doi.org/10.1016/j.drugpo.2018.08.001 A scoping review of harm reduction training for police officers https://doi.org/10.1111/dar.12904 Canada's overdose crisis: authorities are not acting fast enough https://doi.org/10.1016/S2468-2667(19)30040-4 Toronto Overdose Prevention Service https://twitter.com/TorontoOPS For more info on SpeakEasy: https://csrh.arts.unsw.edu.au/research/podcast-speakeasy-with-annie-madden-and-carla-

  • S04 SpeakEasy with Garth Mullins

    S04 SpeakEasy with Garth Mullins

    03/05/2019 Duración: 32min

    Garth Mullins, host of the Crackdown podcast (and Carla and Annie's podcast crush), landed in the SpeakEasy lounge at the Harm Reduction International Conference to discuss the frontline of the war on drugs, bringing activism and science together and punching up (not down) with his podcast about drugs, drug policy and the drug war. Links Crackdown podcast https://crackdownpod.com/ Garth Mullins https://twitter.com/garthmullins For more info on SpeakEasy: https://csrh.arts.unsw.edu.au/research/podcast-speakeasy-with-annie-madden-and-carla-treloar/

  • S04 SpeakEasy with Emma Rafferty

    S04 SpeakEasy with Emma Rafferty

    18/04/2019 Duración: 29min

    In this episode of SpeakEasy, Annie and Carla chat to Emma Rafferty who is a Systemic Advocacy Lead at the Association of Participating Service Users (APSU) in Victoria. Emma gives SpeakEasy a ‘backstage pass’ to APSU’s new podcast series “Straight to the Source” and takes us through how the show is working to empower treatment consumers, increase the impact of people's own voices and create sustainable change at the system level. Links SHARC http://www.sharc.org.au/ Straight From the Source podcast http://www.sharc.org.au/association-of-participating-service-users/podcasts/ VMIAC - Victorian Mental Illness Awareness Council https://www.vmiac.org.au/ More info https://csrh.arts.unsw.edu.au/research/podcast-speakeasy-with-annie-madden-and-carla-treloar/

  • S03 ExtraEasy with Lise Lafferty

    S03 ExtraEasy with Lise Lafferty

    01/04/2019 Duración: 09min

    Dr Lise Lafferty (CSRH and The Kirby Institute) joins Annie Madden and Professor Carla Treloar to celebrate her participation in the NSW Inspirational Women Showcase and discusses her unconventional path to a career in research. NSW Inspirational Women: https://www.women.nsw.gov.au/news-and-events/nsw-womens-week/inspirational-women-online-showcase More info: https://csrh.arts.unsw.edu.au/research/podcast-speakeasy-with-annie-madden-and-carla-treloar/

  • S04 SpeakEasy with Mary Harrod and Jessica Murray from NUAA and Dancewize

    S04 SpeakEasy with Mary Harrod and Jessica Murray from NUAA and Dancewize

    20/03/2019 Duración: 35min

    The issue of pill testing at music festivals has literally filled the media this summer and is shaping up as a key issue in the upcoming NSW election campaign. To get the lowdown on this issue from the peer perspective, SpeakEasy sat down with Mary Harrod, NUAA CEO and Jessica Murray, one of the coordinators of NUAA’s Dancewize peer education and harm reduction program. For more information: https://csrh.arts.unsw.edu.au/research/podcast-speakeasy-with-annie-madden-and-carla-treloar/

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