This podcast episode will explore the potential shift towards personal trainers adopting coding skills, user preferences for live trainers, the effect on mental health due to the absence of interaction with live trainers, and trainer perspectives on the effectiveness of VR workouts for their clients.
Welcome back to the third and final episode of the transportation technology three-part podcast series ‘Making the World a Better Place’ brought to you by Latestsale.com. Previously, we highlighted the role of technology, but today, we will keep our focus on the role of investors in green transportation.
Welcome to another episode of the podcast ‘Your Voice is Amplified’ brought to you by Latestsale.com. Today, we cover ‘Transportation Technology,’ well “green” transportation, to be more specific, and how it can make our world a better place to live. This is a challenging time for all of us and our team has been exploring the movers and shakers in this arena.
The Health Equalities Programme: COVID-19 TECHNOLOGY podcast episode showcases how healthcare workers and scientists are the key to breaking down the barriers to vaccination hesitancy. The “Your Voice is Amplified,” podcast and the second part of our podcast series covering Hospitals of the Future, “A World Without Antibiotics: The Race towards Vaccinations” highlights the driving force of Technology. In this MedTech series, we touch upon the impact of wearable technology on vaccine uptake.
The Health Equalities Programme: COVID-19 SCIENCE Extended Dialogue took place between specialists in the field of MedTech to break down the barriers to vaccine uptake in the RBKC and to understand the thoughts and opinions of the Royal borough’s citizens. Many factors continue to promote vaccine hesitancy. Some of these factors include religious reasons, personal beliefs, safety concerns, and lack of information regarding vaccines, according to the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy.
The Health Equalities Programme: COVID-19 SCIENCE focus group study was organised as a 1:1 face-to-face workshop with a resident of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea to explore vaccine hesitancy. The questions raised over Covid-19 are an unsolved mystery with many concerns amongst resident prolific. We assess best practices for debunking Covid-19 myths during this podcast episode. Most RBKC residents were keen to take precautionary measures to tackle Covid-19 rather than opting for vaccines for children under 10 years’ old.
The Health Equalities Programme launches with the Your Voice is Amplified podcast series that covers “A World Without Antibiotics: The Race towards Vaccinations.” Are the rumours surrounding Covid-19 vaccines true? Who are the key funders of R&D, and what is their role in improving healthcare facilities in the post-pandemic era? We will also explore the impact of wearable technology on vaccine uptake and the role of investors, research centres and Universities such as the Royal borough’s Imperial College.